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Table of Contents
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Sec. 1
Service Information
Sec. 2
Disassembly Procedures
Sec. 3
Electrical Adjustment
Sec. 4
Block Diagrams
Sec. 5
Schematic Diagrams
Sec. 6
Circuit Board Diagrams
Sec. 7
Exploded Views &
Replacement Parts List
The supplied viewfinder by this product is AG-VF11G/MC. When servicing the viewfinder,
please refer the service manual for AG-VF11G/MC (Order No. BSD0704A53CE).
Memory Card Camera-Recorder
AG-HPX500P/E/MC
Model No.
Model No.
© 2007 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
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ORDER NO. BSD0705A54CE
D02
AG-HPX502EN

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  • Page 1 ORDER NO. BSD0705A54CE Sec. 1 Service Information Memory Card Camera-Recorder Sec. 2 Disassembly Procedures AG-HPX500P/E/MC Model No. Sec. 3 Electrical Adjustment AG-HPX502EN Sec. 4 Block Diagrams Model No. Sec. 5 Schematic Diagrams Sec. 6 Circuit Board Diagrams Sec. 7 Exploded Views & Replacement Parts List The supplied viewfinder by this product is AG-VF11G/MC.
  • Page 2: Specifications

    WARNING This service information is designed for experienced repair technicians only and is not designed for use by the general public. It does not contain warnings or cautions to advise non-technical individuals of potential dangers in attempting to service a product. Products powered by electricity should be serviced or repaired only by experienced professional technicians.
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  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS GENERAL GUIDELINES ELECTROSTATICALLY SENSITIVE (ES) DEVICES 1. When servicing, observe the original lead dress. If a Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged short circuit is found, replace all parts, which have been easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are over-heated or damaged by the short circuit.
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  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    SERVICE INFORMATION AG-HPX500P/E/MC, AG-HPX502EN Model No. : CONTENTS 1. Servicing Fixtures & Tools ......................INF-1 2. LITHIUM BATTERY ........................INF-2 2-1. Replacement Procedure ....................INF-2 3. Service menu ..........................INF-4 3-1. DIAGNOSTIC menu ....................INF-6 3-1-1. Software Version Display................INF-6 3-1-2. Hour Meter Display ..................INF-7 3-1-3. 1394 DIAG Display ..................INF-8 3-1-4.
  • Page 10 6. PC EVR software........................INF-22 6-1. Required tools and equipment for PC EVR software..........INF-22 6-2. Connection ........................INF-22 6-3. Setup of PC EVR software..................INF-25 6-4. Setting Tool screen ..................... INF-26 6-4-1. Setting and confirmation of Date and Time of internal clock ......INF-27 6-4-2.
  • Page 11: Servicing Fixtures & Tools

    1. Servicing Fixtures & Tools Part No. Fixture & Tool Name Remarks Purpose VFK1988 Measuring Board For EVR Software CAMERA Adj. etc. VFK1989 Extension Cable For EVR Software CAMERA Adj. etc. VFK2027 Connection Board For EVR Software CAMERA Adj. etc. -------- RS232C cross cable (9P) For EVR Software...
  • Page 12: Lithium Battery

    2. LITHIUM BATTERY 2-1. Replacement Procedure Remove the Side Case (R) Ass’y. Unscrew the 3 screws (A) and remove the SIDE R BARRIER as shown in figure. There is a Lithium battery on the RSIDE1 board. LITHIUM BATTERY SCREW (A) It fixes with adhesives.
  • Page 13 <INFORMATION> CODEC C.B.A. (LI-BATT) B6101 CN6104 CN14 IC301<4> ⑪ +3V_RTC 36,37 36,37 (REAL TIME CLOCK) RSIDE1 C.B.A. NOTE: The lithium battery is a critical component. It must never be subjected to excessive heat of discharge. It must therefore only be fitted in equipment designed specifically for its use. Replacement batteries must be of the same type and manufacture.
  • Page 14: Service Menu

    3. Service menu This model has DIAGNOSTIC, ADJUST and OPTION menu as service menu besides the setup menu. NOTE: (Only the MC model) The menu screen described in this item “3. Service menu” is an English display. When “CHINESE” is selected by item “LANGUAGE”...
  • Page 15: Diagnostic Menu

    Normal screen Normal screen (CAM mode) (MCR mode) CAMERA MENU MCR MENU 1. SCENE FILE 1. RECORDING SETUP 2. CAMERA SETUP 2. OUTPUT SEL 3. SW MODE 3. DISPLAY SETUP 4. RECORDING SETUP 4. BATTERY SETUP 5. AUDIO SETUP 5. OTHER FUNCTIONS 6.
  • Page 16: Software Version Display

    3-1. DIAGNOSTIC menu 3-1-1. Software Version Display Each software version can be confirmed at items “SOFT VERSION” and “EEPROM VERSION” in DIAGNOSTIC menu. NOTE 1: The item of “SOFT VERSION” is not displayed in the MCR mode. NOTE 2: The version of each software and EEPROM can be confirmed also with the Setting Tool screen (PC EVR software) and GUI service menu.
  • Page 17: Hour Meter Display

    EEPROM VERSION Use the JOG dial button (or the Up and Down cursor buttons) to select the “EEPROM VERSION”. And press the JOG dial button (or the SET button). DIAGNOSTIC MENU SOFT VERSION ---- Select “YES” and press JOG dial button EEPROM VERSION ---- ----...
  • Page 18: 1394 Diag Display

    3-1-3. 1394 DIAG Display Use the JOG dial button (or the Up and Down cursor buttons) to select the “1394 DIAG”. And press the JOG dial button (or the SET button). DIAGNOSTIC MENU SOFT VERSION ---- EEPROM VERSION ---- Select “YES” and press JOG dial button (or the 1394 DIAG ---- ----...
  • Page 19: Adjust Menu

    3-2. ADJUST menu NOTE: Please do not change the setting of the items of “DEFFECT COMP”(only displayed in CAM mode), “CAM DEBUG MODE”(only displayed in CAM mode), “DARK MODE”(only displayed in CAM mode), “BATTERY TEST”(only displayed in CAM mode), “DEBUG DISP” and “DEBUG MODE”. These items are for factory use only.
  • Page 20: Lcd Correction

    3-2-2. LCD Correction LCD OFFSET Use the JOG dial button (or the Up and Down cursor buttons) to select the “LCD OFFSET”. And press the JOG dial button (or the SET button). Use the JOG dial button (or the Up and Down cursor buttons) to change the setting value. Press the JOG dial button (or the SET button) to value is fixed.
  • Page 21: Option Menu

    3-3. OPTION menu 3-3-1. 1394 STATUS Display Use the JOG dial button (or the Up and Down cursor buttons) to select the “1394 STATUS”. And press the JOG dial button (or the SET button). OPTION MENU Select “YES” and press JOG dial button (or the ---- 1394 STATUS ----...
  • Page 22: 1394 Config Display

    3-3-2. 1394 CONFIG Display OPTION MENU 1394 STATUS ---- 1394 CONFIG DEFT Use the JOG dial button (or the Up and Down cursor buttons) to select the item. And press the JOG dial button (or the SET button) to make the setting (Then setting value blinks).
  • Page 23: Service Menu (Gui)

    4. Service menu (GUI) NOTE: (Only the MC model) The thumbnail menu screen described in this item “4. Service menu (GUI)” is an English display. When “CHINESE” is selected by item “LANGUAGE” of the OTHER FUNCTION screen (Setting menu), it becomes a Chinese display (The factory shipments mode is “CHINESE”).
  • Page 24: Version

    4-3. VERSION Each software version can be confirmed. 1. Select the item “VERSION” on the service menu and press the SET button. The following screen is displayed. 2. Press the CURSOR (Left and Right) button so that the version screen is switched over. It switches over when press the cursor (Left and Right) button.
  • Page 25: Data Init

    4-5. DATA INIT. The GUI menu and the meta data is initialized by executing the DATA initialization (Initialization of FLASH on CODEC board.). In the following cases, please execute the DATA initialization. ● When the FLASH ROM(IP202 and 203) on CODEC board are exchanged. ●...
  • Page 26: Log

    4-7. LOG The LOG data can be written on the SD memory card. Please execute “MEMORY TO SD” and “FILE TO SD”, when you write the LOG data on the SD memory card. MEMORY TO SD: The LOG data is transfer to SD card from FLASH ROM on CODEC board (included error log). FILE TO SD: The LOG data is transfer to SD card from SH4 MICON on CODEC board.
  • Page 27: Firmware Update Procedure

    : These are not required for update. 5-2. Version information The firmware of AG-HPX500/502 is updated by the customer. Therefore, to facilitate the version information confirmation, the version number is given by combining SYS MICON, P2CS OS, and P2CS AP. In a word, SYS MICON, P2CS OS, and P2CS AP need not be individually updated.
  • Page 28: Update With The Sd Memory Card

    Do not power down or pull card while upgrading. If the program quits during loading, the data will be erased or part writing condition and the restart is not made. However software can not be update, please contact Panasonic Service Engineering.
  • Page 29 5. Use the CURSOR buttons to select the item “OPERATION” and press SET button to open the OPERATION menu. 6. Select the item “UPDATE” on the menu and press the SET button (If the update SD memory card does not insert into the unit, item “UPDATE”...
  • Page 30 8. When shifting to the update process of the flash and microcomputer, following screen is displayed. During updating software, BUSY lamp (SD Access LED) is blink. The name of firmware in the update is displayed. The progress can be confirmed by progress bar. It is completion by 100%.
  • Page 31 NOTE: If the update is not successful, an error message will appear as follows. When the power supply is shut off on the way of updating, or when updating does not start, or when the above error occurs, turn the power OFF and ON. Then perform writing again. 10.
  • Page 32: Pc Evr Software

    6. PC EVR software 6-1. Required tools and equipment for PC EVR software When the PC EVR software is used, the following tools are required. NAME Part Number Pcs. Remark PC EVR software VVS0059 Download from the Global Service WEB site. Measuring board VFK1988 Extension cable...
  • Page 33 2. Unscrew the 4 screws (B) and remove the TOP COVER. SCREW (B) SCREW (C) CABLE CLAMPER TOP COVER Figure 6-2-2 3. Unscrew a screw (A) with nut on Measuring Board as shown in figure 6-2-1. 4. Unscrew a screw (C) and remove the CABLE CLAMPER as shown in figure 6-2-2. 5.
  • Page 34 7. Connect the Extension Cable (VFK1989) to connector P2 on Measuring Board (VFK1988). VFK1989 Connect VFK1989 with connector P2 as shown in picture. unit will not work connector is attached backwards. Figure 6-2-5 8. Connect the Extension Cable (VFK1989) to Connection Board (VFK2027). 9.
  • Page 35: Setup Of Pc Evr Software

    6-3. Setup of PC EVR software 1. Copy all files of the PC EVR software (VVS0059) for AG-HPX500 series to the PC. 2. Supply power to the Camera-Recorder and turn power ON. 3. Start up the PC EVR software by double-clicking “VVS0059.exe”. The following screen will appear.
  • Page 36: Setting Tool Screen

    6-4. Setting Tool screen This PC EVR software has Setting Tool screen. < How to display the Setting Tool screen. > 1. Select “SYSCON(S)” section after start up the PC EVR software, and click “OK” button. 2. Select “Setting Tool” in “Tools(W)” menu, Setting Tool screen will appear on screen. <...
  • Page 37: Setting And Confirmation Of Date And Time Of Internal Clock

    6-4-1. Setting and confirmation of Date and Time of internal clock < Confirmation method > 1. Clicking “Get” button, the date/time information in camera recorder is displayed. 2. Clicking “Clear” button, the displayed date/time is cleared. Clock information on the camera recorder is not cleared.
  • Page 38: Display Operation Of A Service Menu And The Diagnostic Menu

    6-4-3. Display operation of a Service menu and the DIAGNOSTIC menu 1. Clicking “Open ServiceMenu” button, OPTION, DIAGNOSTIC and the ADJUST menu item are displayed in addition to a setup menus on the LCD panel as service menu. 2. Clicking “Open DiagnosticMenu” button, DIAGNOSTIC menu screen is display on the LCD panel. 3.
  • Page 39: Setting Of Recording Format And System

    6-4-7. Setting of Recording format and system A setup of a recording format can be performed in the column of RecFormat. A setup of system frequency (NTSC/PAL) can be performed in the column of System. When the Set” button is clicked, the value setup on the Setting Tool screen will reflect in a camera recorder. Please turn OFF a power supply once and turn ON again, after waiting until it is displayed as “TURN POWER OFF”...
  • Page 40: Factory Initialize

    6-4-8. Factory Initialize 1. Clicking “Execute” button, it is blink displayed as “FACTORY INIT” on the LCD panel. 2. After initialization is completed, it replaces the “FACTORY INIT OK: * ” display. The mark * is indicated as shipment destination information. Please confirm that mark is corresponding to the destination of the camera recorder.
  • Page 41: Write Uid Screen

    6-5. Write UID screen This PC EVR software has Write UID screen. < How to display the Write UID screen. > 1. Select “SYSCON(S)” section after start up the PC EVR software, and click “OK” button. 2. Select “Write UID” in “Tools(W)” menu, Write UID screen will appear on screen. <...
  • Page 42: Save And Write Eeprom Data

    7. Save and write EEPROM data < PREPARATION > When EEPROM data save and write, the PC EVR software is used. Please connect the tools and set up the PC EVR software follow the item “6. PC EVR software”. 7-1. Save data of EEPROM data of Camera-Recorder to PC 7-1-1.
  • Page 43 5. Select “EEPROM Read(R)” in “File(F)” menu and select “64K” on EEPROM Read screen. 6. Click “OK” button and reading starts. 7. Green is displayed to the status lamp while reading it. When writing is completed, the status lamp changes into a blue display and a message of the “reading completed”...
  • Page 44 8. Select “Save Image File(S)” in “File(F)” menu. 9. Click “Send(S)” button after the file name is input, and the place that saves a file is specified on SAVE screen. The following message is displayed when saving a file is completed. NOTE: It is not necessary to make a file name as NTSC, PAL, and LENS.
  • Page 45: Save Data Of Sys-Eeprom

    7-1-2. Save data of SYS-EEPROM 1. This camera recorder is set to CAM mode. 2. Select “SYSCON(S)” section after start up the PC EVR software, and click “OK” button. 3. Select “EEPROM Read(R)” in “File(F)” menu and “16K” is selected on EEPROM Read screen. 4.
  • Page 46: Write Eeprom Data From Pc To Camera-Recorder

    7-2. Write EEPROM data from PC to Camera-Recorder You can return the Camera-Recorder to the condition before board exchanged by writing EEPROM data to new board, which has been saved before board exchanged. 7-2-1. Write data of Camera-EEPROM There are three CAMERA EEPROM IC of this unit for NTSC, PAL and LENS data. Because the EVR software can be written data at a time only by as many as 1 piece of IC, it is necessary to write three files.
  • Page 47 6. Red is displayed to the status lamp while writing it. When writing is completed, the status lamp changes into a blue display and a message of the “writing completed” will appear on screen. 7. Write the data of “1000-1FFF[PAL]” part follow the step 3 to 6. 8.
  • Page 48: Write Data Of Sys Eeprom

    7-2-2. Write data of SYS EEPROM 1. This camera recorder is set to CAM mode. 2. Select “SYSCON(S)” section after start up the PC EVR software, and click “OK” button. 3. Select “Open Image File(O)” in “File(F)” menu, the screen for selecting the file to be written will appear. 4.
  • Page 49: Uid Writing Procedure

    4. Input the last 8 figure numbers in “UID P2” box. When the last 8 figure numbers are noted in advance, input the same numbers as noted ones. If the last 8 figures are missed, new numbers are given. So please contact the Panasonic Service Engineering. 5. Click “WRITE” button, the writing starts and following message is displayed.
  • Page 50: Rewriting Setting Of Data According To Destination

    9. Rewriting setting of data according to destination < PREPARATION > When rewriting setting of data according to destination, the PC EVR software is used. Please connect the tools and set up the PC EVR software follow the item “6. PC EVR software”. <...
  • Page 51 4. Set the “Destination” to “P”, “E”, “EN” or “MC” following the destination of camera recorder, and click “Set” button on Setting Tool dialog screen. 5. Setting is starts and a message “INPUT * SETTING NOW INITIALIZING WAIT JUST MOMENT PLEASE” appears on LCD display.
  • Page 52: Factory Initialize

    10. Factory Initialize Please note that the following data etc. are initialized when the FACTORY initialization is executed. Value of current operating status of setting menu (included scene file F1 to F6) → factory default Value of user file in EEPROM → factory default Value of 1394 CONFIG in option menu →...
  • Page 53: Operation After Major Parts Exchanged

    11. Operation after major part exchanged 11-1. Operation List These are items that must be done when the major part has been changed. X: Operation required Board or Ass’y Adj. Version conf. EEPROM Remark POWER MAIN Not required POWER SUB Not required CODEC MOTHER AUDIO MOTHER...
  • Page 54: Operation Flow Chart After Major Parts Exchanged

    11-2. Operation flow chart after major parts exchanged 11-2-1. CODEC Board NOTE: Hour meter information is stored in SYS EEPROM. Be careful the hour meter information can not be backup, restore and writing operation. If necessary, save the LOG data. Refer to item “4-7. LOG”(page INF-16). Refer to item “7.
  • Page 55 < PROCEDURE 1 > *NOTE: Regarding version confirmation about SYS MICON and P2CS OP/AP, refer to item “5. Firmware update procedure” (page INF-17). *NOTE Confirm that the software version. ・ SYS MICON ・ P2CS OS ・ P2CS AP ・ SYS FPGA ・ SYS EEPROM Be the latest version.
  • Page 56 < PROCEDURE 2 > Write the Scene file data to SD memory card. Write the Setting menu data (USER FILE) to SD memory card. Confirm that the CAC files saved on the camera recorder. The files saved can be confirmed by select the item of CAC FILE DELETE on the LENS SETUP menu.
  • Page 57 Write the 1394 UID(P2 and SBP2) numbers. If the numbers are missed, so please contact the Panasonic Service Engineering. Regarding UMID writing procedure, refer to item “8. UID Writing Procedure” (page INF-39). Write the Serial Number. With Serial Number Writing Procedure, please contact Panasonic Service Engineering.
  • Page 58: Camera Board

    Load the backup data to new board. < Procedure 1 > *NOTE: The CAM MICON、CAM FPGA、CAMBE FPGA and CAM EEPROM do not required update. If writing is necessary, please contact Panasonic Service Engineering. *NOTE Confirm that the software version. ・ CAM MICON・ CAM FPGA ・...
  • Page 59 Turn the power OFF and ON (Normal screen is displayed.). *NOTE: The CAM MICON、CAM FPGA、CAMBE FPGA and CAM EEPROM do not required update. If writing is necessary, please contact Panasonic Service Engineering. *NOTE Confirm that the software version. ・ CAM MICON・ CAM FPGA ・...
  • Page 60: Camera Ass`y

    Moreover, the CAC data file and the added CAC data file at the time of factory shipments are downloadable on the support page of the following website. Please return a CAC file to the state before board exchange. http://eww.pavc.panasonic.co.jp/pro-av/ Overall Check 11-2-3. CAMERA Ass`y CAMERA Ass`y is exchanged.
  • Page 61: Ccd Flex Board

    11-2-5. CCD FLEX board CCD FLEX Board is exchanged. CAMERA Adjustment is required. Regarding required adjustment items, refer to item “11-3-1. CAMERA Adjustment” (page INF-51). Overall Check 11-2-6. RSIDE1 Board RSIDE1 Board is exchanged. Set the Internal clock`s date and time. Refer to item “Setting the Date and Time of Internal Clock”...
  • Page 62: Circuit Board Layout

    12. CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT P2 CARD2 C.B.A. P2 CARD1 C.B.A. SD CARD C.B.A. USB CN C.B.A. L SIDE JACK C.B.A. BATT-IF C.B.A. 1394 CN C.B.A. HANDLE TALLY C.B.A. REAR JACK C.B.A. F MIC1 C.B.A. DC IN C.B.A. CAM POWER C.B.A. POWER MAIN C.B.A.
  • Page 63: Disassembly Procedures

    DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES AG-HPX500P/E/MC, AG-HPX502EN Model No. : CONTENTS Disassembly Flowchart......................DIS-1 Removal of Side Case (L) Ass’y....................DIS-1 Removal of Side Case (R) Ass’y ....................DIS-2 Removal of P2CARD1/2 C.B.A....................DIS-3 Removal of CAM POWER C.B.A.....................DIS-4 Removal of POWER MAIN C.B.A....................DIS-4 Removal of POWER SUB C.B.A....................DIS-5 Removal of AUDIO MOTHER C.B.A..................DIS-8 Removal of CODEC MOTHER and CAMERA C.B.A...............DIS-10...
  • Page 64: Disassembly Flowchart

    1. Disassembly Flowchart 2. Side Case (L) Ass’y 6. POWER MAIN C.B.A. 3. Side Case (R) Ass’y *NOTE 1 4. P2CARD 1/2 C.B.A. *NOTE 3 FRONT MIC Ass’y 5. CAM POWER C.B.A. *NOTE 1 7. POWER SUB C.B.A. *NOTE 1 10.
  • Page 65: Removal Of Side Case (R) Ass'y

    3. Removal of Side Case (R) Ass’y 1. Loosen the 5 screws (A) as shown in figure 3-1 and open the Side Case (R) Ass’y. SCREW (A) SCREW (A) Figure 3-1 2. Disconnect the connector (A) and (B) as shown in figure 3-2. 3.
  • Page 66: Removal Of P2Card1/2 C.b.a

    4. Removal of P2CARD1/2 C.B.A. 1. Open the Side Case (R) Ass’y. 2. Unscrew the 4 screws (A) as shown in figure 4-1. AUDIO MOTHER C.B.A. SCREW (A) Figure 4-1 3. Remove the Side Case (L) Ass’y. 4. Unscrew the 4 screws (B) and 4 screws (C), then remove the P2 GUIDE COVER as shown in figure 4-2. 5.
  • Page 67: Removal Of Cam Power C.b.a

    5. Removal of CAM POWER C.B.A. 1. Open the Side Case (R) Ass’y. 2. Remove the Side Case (L) Ass’y. 3. Remove the P2CARD 1 and P2 CARD 2 C.B.A.. 4. Disconnect a connector (A) as shown in figure 5-1. 5.
  • Page 68: Removal Of Power Sub C.b.a

    7. Removal of POWER SUB C.B.A. 1. Remove the Side Case (R) Ass’y. 2. Remove the Side Case (L) Ass’y. 3. Unscrew the 2 screws (A) and remove the SHOULDER PAD as shown in figure 7-1. SCREW (A) SHOULDER PAD Figure 7-1 4.
  • Page 69 6. Disconnect the connector (C), (D), (E), (F), (G) and (H) on the POWER SUB C.B.A. as shown in figure 7-4. CONNECTOR (C) CONNECTOR (G) CONNECTOR (F) CONNECTOR (E) CONNECTOR (H) CONNECTOR (D) Figure 7-4 7. Remove the POWER SUB COVER as shown in figure 7-5. POWER SUB COVER Figure 7-5 8.
  • Page 70 9. Disconnect the connector (I) and (J) combined with the AUDIO MOTHER C.B.A. as shown in figure 7-7, and remove the POWER SUB C.B.A.. AUDIO MOTHER C.B.A. CONNECTOR (J) CONNECTOR (I) Figure 7-7 < Note at installation > 1. As shown in figure 7-8, the wires are wired round POWER SUB C.B.A. and they are bundled by the clamper. 2.
  • Page 71: Removal Of Audio Mother C.b.a

    8. Removal of AUDIO MOTHER C.B.A. 1. Remove the Side Case (R) Ass’y. 2. Remove the Side Case (L) Ass’y. 3. Remove the P2CARD 1 and P2 CARD 2 C.B.A.. 4. Remove the CAM POWER C.B.A.. 5. Remove the POWER MAIN C.B.A.. 6.
  • Page 72 11. Disconnect the connector (J), (K), (L), (M) and (N) as shown in figure 8-3. CONNECTOR (J) SCREW (D) SCREW (D) CONNECTOR (N) CONNECTOR (K) SCREW (D) CONNECTOR (M) CONNECTOR (L) Figure 8-3 12. Unscrew the 7 screws (D) as shown in figure 8-3 and remove the assemble part (AUDIO MOTHER, CODEC MOTHER and CAMERA C.B.A.) from the direction of Side Case (R) Ass’y.
  • Page 73: Removal Of Codec Mother And Camera C.b.a

    9. Removal of CODEC MOTHER and CAMERA C.B.A. 1. Remove the Side Case (R) Ass’y. 2. Remove the Side Case (L) Ass’y. 3. Remove the P2CARD 1 and P2 CARD 2 C.B.A.. 4. Remove the CAM POWER C.B.A.. 5. Remove the POWER MAIN C.B.A.. 6.
  • Page 74: Removal Of Camera Ass'y

    10. Removal of CAMERA Ass’y 1. Open the Side Case (R) Ass’y.. 2. Remove the Side Case (L) Ass’y. 3. Remove the FRONT MIC Ass’y and MIC SHIELD 1 (refer to item 8). 4. Disconnect a connector (A) on CODEC MOTHER C.B.A. as shown in figure 10-1. CONNECTOR (A) Figure 10-1 5.
  • Page 75: Removal Of Lcd Ass'y

    11. Removal of LCD Ass’y 1. Remove the Side Case (R) Ass’y. 2. Unscrew the 3 screws (A) and remove the SIDE R BARRIER as shown in figure 11-1. SCREW (A) SCREW (A) SIDE R BARRIER Figure 11-1 3. Remove the LCD FFC SHEET and disconnect the connector (A) as shown in figure 11-2. LCD FFC SHEET CONNECTOR (A) Figure 11-2...
  • Page 76 5. Unscrew the 2 screws (C) and remove the LCD Ass’y as shown in figure 11-4. SCREW (C) Figure 11-4 < Installation of LCD Unit > 1. Pass flexible cable from the LCD Ass’y is passed through the hole as shown in figure 11-5. 2.
  • Page 77 5. Match the hole of flexible cable and positioning pin as shown in figure 11-7 and connect the flexible cable to CONNECTOR (A). CONNECTOR (A) The positioning pin is matched, and flexible cable is put. Figure 11-7 6. Place LCD FFC SHEET on flexible cable as match the hole of LCD FFC SHEET and positioning pin as shown in figure 11-8.
  • Page 78: Electrical Adjustment

    ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT AG-HPX500P/E/MC, AG-HPX502EN Model No. : CONTENTS Preparation of adjustment ..................... ELE-1 1-1. Required tools and equipment for PC EVR software........... ELE-1 1-2. Connection ........................ELE-1 1-3. Adjustment item......................ELE-4 Adjustment procedure ......................ELE-5 2-1. Screen explanation of adjustment software ..............ELE-5 2-1-1.
  • Page 79: Preparation Of Adjustment

    1. Preparation of adjustment When performing the electrical adjustment, the Camera Adjustment software is used. 1-1. Required tools and equipment for PC EVR software When the Camera Adjustment software is used, the following tools are required. NAME Part Number Pcs. Remark Camera Adjustment software VVS0060...
  • Page 80 2. Unscrew the 4 screws (B) and remove the TOP COVER. SCREW (B) SCREW (C) CABLE CLAMPER TOP COVER Figure 1-2-2 3. Unscrew a screw (A) with nut on Measuring Board as shown in figure 1-2-1. 4. Unscrew a screw (C) and remove the CABLE CLAMPER as shown in figure 1-2-2. 5.
  • Page 81 7. Connect the Extension Cable (VFK1989) to connector P2 on Measuring Board (VFK1988). VFK1989 Connect VFK1989 with connector P2 as shown in picture. unit will not work connector is attached backwards. Figure 1-2-5 8. Connect the Extension Cable (VFK1989) to Connection Board (VFK2027). 9.
  • Page 82: Adjustment Item

    1-3. Adjustment item Below indicated tools are required to perform each adjustment in addition to tools in introduced in item 1-1. ITEM Required Tool and equipment Remark Manual Adj. Component Video Cable D-Terminal Output Level Adjustment PIN-BNC Conversion Plug SD WFM Video Terminal Output Level Adjustment SD WFM Manual Adj.
  • Page 83: Adjustment Procedure

    2. Adjustment procedure 2-1. Screen explanation of adjustment software 2-1-1. Camera Adjustment screen Execution button for For debug adjustment start Not used When this button is clicked, the When this button is ND Filter Compensation screen clicked, the Video / is displayed.
  • Page 84: Setup Of Evr Software For Camera Adjustment

    2-2. Setup of EVR software for camera adjustment 1. Copy all files of the Camera Adjustment software (VVS0060) to the PC. 2. Set the camera recorder to “CAM” mode. 3. Start up the Camera Adjustment software by double-clicking “Camera Adjustment Software.exe”. The Camera Adjustment screen is displayed.
  • Page 85: D-Terminal Output Level Adjustment

    2-3-1. D-Terminal Output Level adjustment 1. Confirm that the camera recorder set to NTSC mode. Ex). : REC FORMAT (RECORDING SETUP / Setting menu) → 1080/60i SYSTEM FREQ (OTHER FUNCTIONS / Setting menu) → 59.94Hz 2. Connect the WFM to the COMPONENT Y OUT with 75ohm termination. NOTE: Component video cable and PIN-BNC conversion plug are used.
  • Page 86: Video Terminal Output Level Adjustment

    2-3-2. Video Terminal Output Level Adjustment 1. Confirm that the camera recorder set to NTSC mode. Ex). : REC FORMAT (RECORDING SETUP / Setting menu) → 1080/60i SYSTEM FREQ (OTHER FUNCTIONS / Setting menu) → 59.94Hz 2. Connect the WFM to the VIDEO OUT with 75ohm termination. 3.
  • Page 87: Auto Adjustment

    2-4. Auto adjustment Please click the “Exit” button on the Video / Frequency Adj. screen after completing the adjustment. Int. Frequency The message “Adjustment Starts. Shoot White Chart.” is displayed on the Camera Adjustment screen. The auto adjustment starts when the “Execute” button is clicked on the Camera Adjustment screen. <...
  • Page 88 8. When the Standard Sensitivity Adjustment is completed, the “Execute” button is become effective on the Camera Adjustment screen and the following screen is displayed. 9. Shoot the grayscale chart so that fit the picture to the frame of grayscale chart. 10.
  • Page 89 13. When the power of camera recorder is becomes turned on, the following screen is displayed. 14. Aim the Camera-Recorder at white chart under the Halogen lamp condition (3100K, 2000Lux). 15. Shoot the white chart so that the full screen is white. 16.
  • Page 90: Nd Filter Compensation

    2-5. ND FILTER compensation 1. Connect the WFM to the COMPONENT Y, Pb and Pr OUT with 75ohm termination. NOTE: Component video cable and PIN-BNC conversion plug are used. NOTE: HD SDI OUT and the VIDEO OUT output can be used as a signal connected with WFM (VECTOR SCOPE) instead of the component signal.
  • Page 91: Adjustment After Replacement Of Major Parts

    3. Adjustment after replacement of major parts When the following parts are exchanged showing in the table, the adjustment and confirmation are required follow the items shown by mark “X” in the table. Please refer to item “11. Operation after major part exchanged” of service information (SECTION 1) about correspondence method when exchanging major parts.
  • Page 92: Adjustment When Camera Ass'y Is Exchanged

    3-3. Adjustment when CAMERA Ass’y is exchanged 1. Start up the Camera Adjustment software by double-clicking “Camera Adjustment Software.exe”. The Camera Adjustment screen is displayed. 2. The “Execute” button is clicked on the Camera Adjustment screen. Video/Frequency Adj. screen is displayed.
  • Page 93: Block Diagrams

    BLOCK DIAGRAMS AG-HPX555, AG-HPX500P/E/MC, AG-HPX502EN 品番/Model No. : CONTENTS OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM......................BLK-1 CAMERA BLOCK DIAGRAM ......................BLK-2 LENS BLOCK DIAGRAM ........................ BLK-3 CODEC (CODEC / P2CARD) BLOCK DIAGRAM ................BLK-4 AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM ......................BLK-5 POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM......................BLK-6...
  • Page 94: Overall Block Diagram

    OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM 1394_CN CODEC R CCD SDI_OUT CONNECTOR TX_Y PARALLEL/ FRONT TX_C SERIAL MIC IN RECY G CCD (CH1) CONV. 1394 RECC 1394 CONNECTOR OHCI RECPBY YDAT B CCD MIC +48V RECPBC CDAT ON/OFF DRIVE SDYC SDYC VDATA F_MIC_CH1 CCD FLEX TX_AUD12 AOUT12...
  • Page 95: Camera Block Diagram

    CAMERA BLOCK DIAGRAM IC400<3>(CAM_FPGA) IC300<4> IC302<4> P1<1> CN1<1> 5, 6 F12, E12 B CCD D_376M_B_0_LVDS_P/N D_47M_B_FPGA(0-13) 1, 2 G13, G14 LVDS LVDS D_376M_B_1_LVDS_P/N 10,12 3, 4 F11, G11 CLK_188M_B_LVDS_P/N B CCD CAMERA C.B.A. IC200<3> IC202<3> P1<1> CN1<1> 5, 6 H15, H16 G CCD D_376M_G_0_LVDS_P/N 11,13...
  • Page 96: Lens Block Diagram

    LENS BLOCK DIAGRAM IC400<3>(CAM_FPGA) CN5<1> CN12<1> IC401<3> IC402<3> REF_H_SYNC ANA_GL_IN SYNC REF_V_SYNC ANA_GL_IN_CA (NOT USED) X102<2> VCXO 74.25MHz IC114,116<2> X101<2> IC112<2> IC111<2> REF_74M VCXO PHASE WIND_74M BUFF 74.1758MHz COMPARATOR CLK_74M_GL GENLOCK IC124<2> X103<2> IC122<2> IC121<2> REF_93M VCXO PHASE WIND_93M BUFF 93.4615MHz COMPARATOR CLK_93M_GL...
  • Page 97: Codec (Codec / P2Card) Block Diagram

    CODEC BLOCK DIAGRAM CODEC C.B.A. X900 <10> IC901 <10> IC1101 <12> IC1102 <12> CN18 <10> CN901 TC_IN_DAT 22,23 38,39 24.576MHz TPA +/- 1394 36,37 CN16 <12> TPB +/- TERMINAL CN401 IC1102 <12> IC1101 <12> TC_IN 1394 TC_OUT_DAT IC801 <9> TC_OUT OHCI_TPA +/- 43,44 114,115...
  • Page 98: Audio Block Diagram

    AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM IC502-505<5> IC601-604<6> <1> <1> <1> <1> IC404<4> CH1_HPF_H IC617 CN138 CN108<1> -40/-50dB CH1_FVR_L ANA_FRONT1_H CH1_AGC_L IC403<4> IC702<7> CH1_LIM_L CAMERA CODEC IC613<6> C.B.A. C.B.A. IC702,705<7> +10dB WIND IC907<9> FS SEL -60dB <1> <1> <1> <1> IC409<4> /LIM -20/18dB CN138 CN108<1>...
  • Page 99: Power Block Diagram

    POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM DC_IN AUDIO C.B.A. CODEC C.B.A. CAMERA C.B.A. POWER SUB C.B.A. IC104<1> CN305<2> CN104<1> CN1<1> CN110<1> +17V_NOREG_NSW 8.5V REG +8V_NOREG To IC301 & 304 <4> (FET: OFF in abnormal) <1> CB101<1> Q125,126<1> CN109<1> CN2<1> CN305<2> CN104<1> CN103 P_ON_L P_ON_L From IP305_V2 <4>...
  • Page 100: Exploded Views

    EXPLODED VIEWS & REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST AG-HPX500P/E/MC, AG-HPX502EN Model No. : CONTENTS CASING & FRAME PARTS ASSEMBLY (1) ...................MPL-1 CASING & FRAME PARTS ASSEMBLY (2) ...................MPL-3 SIDE CASE (R) PARTS ASSEMBLY....................MPL-5 CAMERA PARTS ASSEMBLY (1) ....................MPL-7 CAMERA PARTS ASSEMBLY (2) ....................MPL-9 TOP CASE &...
  • Page 101 CASING & FRAME PARTS ASSEMBLY (1) Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. MPL-1...
  • Page 102 CASING & FRAME PARTS ASSEMBLY (1) Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VMP8838 INNNDER FRAME TOP VMP8839 INNER FRAME BOTTOM  3 VEE1D61 L SIDE JACK CABLE VGQ9428 SD CARD GUIDE VYK2D61 CARD GUIDE U K1TYYYY00040 COAXIAL CABLE...
  • Page 103: Casing & Frame Parts Assembly (1)

    CASING & FRAME PARTS ASSEMBLY (2) Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. MPL-3...
  • Page 104: Casing & Frame Parts Assembly (2)

    CASING & FRAME PARTS ASSEMBLY (2) Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VGM2239 BOTTOM CASE VMP8835 BOTTOM FRAME VYQ2306 FOOT BASE U VMP4853 LENS CONNECTOR PLATE VKC0560 HINGE J0KG00000083 FILTER ...
  • Page 105: Side Case (R) Parts Assembly

    Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. SIDE CASE (R) PARTS ASSEMBLY When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. MPL-5...
  • Page 106 SIDE CASE (R) PARTS ASSEMBLY Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VEP001R4A R SIDE 2 P.C.BOARD  1 VEE1D62 HEADPHONE CABLE VEP001R5A POWER SW P.C.BOARD  2 VEE1D63 R SIDE1 CABLE VEP001R6A TOGGLE SW P.C.BOARD VWJ50G6045L0 PREPRO OUT DAT...
  • Page 107: Camera Parts Assembly (1)

    Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. CAMERA PARTS ASSEMBLY(1) When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. MPL-7...
  • Page 108 CAMERA PARTS ASSEMBLY (1) Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VYQ4076 HEAD OPTICAL U VMA0V43 HEAT SINK R VMA0V44 HEAT SINK G VMA0V45 HEAT SINK B VMA0V41 HEAT SINK BASE VXQ1523 L.P.FILTER U VDW1228...
  • Page 109: Camera Parts Assembly (2)

    Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. CAMERA PARTS ASSEMBLY (2) When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. MPL-9...
  • Page 110 CAMERA PARTS ASSEMBLY (2) Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VYK2D52 FRONT CASE 1 U VJF1256 CABLE CLAMPER VMG0948 EVF RUBBER SHIELD VMC1210 FRONT DOOR SPRING VMP4850 FRONT DOOR ANGLE VMS4088 FRONT DOOR ANGLE PIN VKF2485...
  • Page 111: Top Case & Handle Parts Assembly

    TOP CASE & HANDLE PARTS ASSEMBLY Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. except 9 106 E19 E26 MPL-11...
  • Page 112 TOP CASE & HANDLE PARTS ASSEMBLY Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VGM2211 TOP CASE VGM2232 VF MOUNT BLOCK VGP5629 VF LOCK RING VGM2130 VF BASE VQL1P06 VF RING LOCK LABEL VLP0186 FERRITE CORE 1 J0KE00000027...
  • Page 113: Rear Jack Parts Assembly

    Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. REAR JACK PARTS ASSEMBLY When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. MPL-13...
  • Page 114 REAR JACK PARTS ASSEMBLY Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VEJ2282 REAR JACK 1U VGU9300 SLIDE SW BUTTON VMG1511 RUBBER CAP C VMG1085 RAIN COVER RUBBER  5 VEE1D69 ECU CABLE VGL1038 BOTTOM TALLY COVER VEE1D70...
  • Page 115: Back Case Parts Assembly

    Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. BACK CASE PARTS ASSEMBLY When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. MPL-15...
  • Page 116 BACK CASE PARTS ASSEMBLY Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks  1 VEE1D71 ANTON BOX U1 CABLE VYK2D58 BACK CASE 1U VJF1476 BATTERY ADAPTOR B VGF0960 CONNECTOR COVER VJF1347S ANTON BRACKET VKC0601 HINGE (REAR) VJF1498...
  • Page 117: Lcd Parts Assembly

    LCD PARTS ASSEMBLY MPL-17...
  • Page 118 LCD PARTS ASSEMBLY Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VYK2D59 LCD U VGQ9474 HINGE COVER (LOWER) VGQ9423 HINGE COVER UE VXD0465 HINGE VMG1286 CUSHION RUBBER VGP6209 LCD CASE TOP VGP6152 LCD CASE BOTTOM VMT1717 WATER PROOF PAD...
  • Page 119: Vf Parts Assembly

    Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. VF PARTS ASSEMBLY When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. include 14 41 101 MPL-19...
  • Page 120 VF PARTS ASSEMBLY Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VYC0936 MIC HOLDER U VQL1P71 CAUTION LABEL VQL1K49 HIGH VOLTAGE LABEL EVD601 TOP CASE U EV0102 BOTTOM CASE U VMX3152 SPACER SHEET (A) VHD1487 STOPPER SCREW VMC1513...
  • Page 121: Packing Parts Assembly

    Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. PACKING PARTS ASSEMBLY When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. P/E/MC/EN only P/E/MC/EN only MC only MPL-21...
  • Page 122 PACKING PARTS ASSEMBLY Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks  1 VQT1G18 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 1 FOR AJ-HPX500P  1 VQT1G19 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 1 FOR AJ-HPX500E  1 VQT1G20 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 1 FOR AJ-HPX500MC ...
  • Page 123: Electrical Replacement Parts List

    ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks ■ E1 VEP23669A CAMERA P.C.BOARD 1 (RTL) ■ E1 VEP23669A CAMERA P.C.BOARD 1 (RTL) ■ E2 VEP01989A CAMERA POWER P.C.BOARD 1 (RTL) C1-19 ECJ0EC1H101J C.CAPACITOR CH 50V...
  • Page 124 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks C514 F3H1D336A053 T.CAPACITOR CH 20V C828,29 ECJ0EB1A104K C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 0.1U C515,16 ECJ0EB1A104K C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 0.1U C830-33 ECJ0EB1H102K C.CAPACITOR CH 50V 1000P C517 F2A1C222B121 E.CAPACITOR 16V 2200U C834-39...
  • Page 125 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks C1229,30 ECJ0EB1A104K C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 0.1U C1518 F1H0J475A009 C.CAPACITOR CH6.3V 4.7U C1231 ECJ2FB0J106K C.CAPACITOR CH 50V C1519,20 ECJ0EB1A104K C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 0.1U C1232-34 ECJ0EB1A104K C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 0.1U C1521 F3F1A106A046 T.CAPACITOR CH 10V...
  • Page 126 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks IC111 C0JBAZ002585 IC IC1605 C0EBA0000039 IC IC112 C0ABHA000020 IC IC113 C0JBAR000432 IC ID403 VVVSI4730C SOFTWARE 1 DOWNLOARD ONLY IC114 C0JBAB000721 IC ID1002 VVVSI4725A SOFTWARE 1 DOWNLOARD ONLY IC116 C0JBAB000673 IC...
  • Page 127 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks R452 ERJ2GEJ560 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W ERJ2GE0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R453,54 ERJ2GE0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W ERJ2GE0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R455 ERJ2GEJ473 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W  R10 ERJ8GEY0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/8W R456-61...
  • Page 128 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks R590 ERJ2RHD123 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R1054,55 ERJ2GEJ332 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 3.3K R591 ERJ2GEJ101 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R1056 ERJ2GE0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R592 ERJ2GE0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R1057,58 ERJ2GEJ473 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R593...
  • Page 129 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks R1317 ERJ2GEJ101 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W VSC5971 CAM HEATSINK R1318 ERJ2GE0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W XYN26+J6FJ SCREW R1319 ERJ2RHD123 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W VGQ9610 COOLING SHEET 18×18 R1401-05 ERJ2GE0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W VGQ9611...
  • Page 130 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks D1707 MA111 DIODE R1618 ERJ2GEJ104 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 100K D1709,10 MA111 DIODE R1620 ERJ2RHD682 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 6.8K D1711 MAZ82700ML DIODE R1621 ERJ2RHD223 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W D1713 MA111 DIODE...
  • Page 131 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks C1446 ECJ0EB1C223 C.CAPACITOR CH 16V 0.022P C1450 ECUM1E224KBN C.CAPACITOR CH 25V 0.22U C1452 ECJ1VB0J225K C.CAPACITOR CH6.3V 2.2U C1453 ECJ0EB1H331K C.CAPACITOR CH 50V 330P C1455 F2H1E220A009 E.CAPACITOR CH 25V ■...
  • Page 132 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks L1403 G1A100G00014 COIL 10UH R1204,05 ERJ2RHD223 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W L1404 J0JKC0000009 FILTER R1206 ERJ2RHD473 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W L1405 G1A221E00004 COIL 220UH R1207 ERJ2RHD332 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 3.3K L1406 G1C3R9MA0024 COIL 3.9UH...
  • Page 133 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks R1445 ERJ2GEJ101 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W C108 ECJ0EB1A104K C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 0.1U R1446 ERJ3GEYJ104 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 100K C109 ECJ1VB1H104K C.CAPACITOR CH 50V 0.1U R1447 ERJ6GEY0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/10W 1 D0YDR0000005...
  • Page 134 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks IC300 AN77L09M R323-26 ERJ3GEY0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W IC301,02 C0JBAD000207 IC R331 ERJ3GEY0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R332,33 ERJ2GEJ474 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 470K L101-06 VLP0183 COIL 6 J0JKC0000007 R334,35 ERJ2GEJ224...
  • Page 135 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks C205,06 ECJ0EB1A104K C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 0.1U C909-13 ECJ0EC1H101J C.CAPACITOR CH 50V 100P C207 ECJ0EB1C103K C.CAPACITOR CH 16V 0.01U C914 ECJ0EB1A104K C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 0.1U C208,09 ECJ0EB1A104K C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 0.1U...
  • Page 136 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks IC302 C0JBAA000359 IC L1102 J0JKC0000009 FILTER IC303 C0EBE0000240 IC IC304 C0EBK0000066 IC UNR521500L TRANSISTOR IC307 C0JBAA000344 IC Q300 2SB0970X0L TRANSISTOR IC308 C0JBAA000359 IC Q306 XP0411500L TRANSISTOR IC400...
  • Page 137 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks R155,56 ERJ2GEJ272 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 2.7K R396,97 ERJ2GEJ470 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R157 ERJ2GEJ103 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R399 ERJ2GEJ471 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R158-61 ERJ2GEJ272 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 2.7K R400-03 EXB28V820J COMBI.R-R...
  • Page 138 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks R589-91 ERJ2GEJ473 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R940 ERJ2GEJ102 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R592 ERJ2GE0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R950 ERJ3GEY0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R594 ERJ2GEJ101 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R952 ERJ3GEY0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W...
  • Page 139 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VSC5970 CODEC HEATSINK C278,79 ECJ0EF1C104Z C.CAPACITOR CH 16V 0.1U XYN2+J6FJ SCREW C280 F3H1V106A049 T.CAPACITOR CH 35V VGQ9609 COOLING SHEET C281,82 ECJ0EF1C104Z C.CAPACITOR CH 16V 0.1U VGQ9610 COOLING SHEET 18×18...
  • Page 140 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks C814,15 ECJ3YB1E106K C.CAPACITOR CH 25V CN103 K1KA10B00093 CONNECTOR (MALE) C816 ECJ0EF1C104Z C.CAPACITOR CH 16V 0.1U CN104 K1KB50BA0015 CONNECTOR (FEMALE) C817,18 ECJ3YB1E106K C.CAPACITOR CH 25V CN105 K1KB60A00031 CONNECTOR (FEMALE) C819...
  • Page 141 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks IC907,08 C0JBAR000432 IC Q827,28 UNR9213J0L TRANSISTOR IC909,10 C0ABBB000184 IC Q829,30 UNR9113J0L TRANSISTOR IC911 C1AB00002501 IC Q901 UNR9213J0L TRANSISTOR IC912-15 C0JBAZ002164 IC Q902 UNR9113J0L TRANSISTOR Q903 UNR9213J0L TRANSISTOR...
  • Page 142 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks R665 ERJ2GEJ104 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 100K R804 ERJ2RHD332 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 3.3K R666 ERJ2GEJ563 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R805 ERJ2GEJ104 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 100K R701 ERJ2GEJ104 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 100K R806...
  • Page 143 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks R911 ERJ2RHD562 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 5.6K R126 ERJ2GEJ330 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R912 ERJ2RHD103 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R127 ERJ2GEJ101 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R913 ERJ2RHD562 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 5.6K R145 ERJ2GEJ473 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W...
  • Page 144 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks C208 F1G1A474A018 C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 0.47U R235 ERJ2GEJ103 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W C209 ECJ0EB1E103K C.CAPACITOR CH 25V 0.01U R238 ERJ2GEJ103 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W C210 F1G1A474A018 C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 0.47U R242-44 ERJ2GE0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W...
  • Page 145 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks C103,04 F1H1H104A783 C.CAPACITOR CH 50V 0.1U C331,32 F3F1C685A045 T.CAPACITOR CH 16V 6.8U C105 F2A1E470B046 E.CAPACITOR C334 F3F1V105A032 T.CAPACITOR CH 35V C106,07 F1H1C105A095 C.CAPACITOR CH 16V C335,36 F1H1C105A095 C.CAPACITOR CH 16V C108,09...
  • Page 146 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks R106 ERJ2GEJ104 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 100K R106-08 ERJ3GEY0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R108 ERJ2GEJ100 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R109,10 ERJ12YJ682 M.RESISTOR CH 1/2W 6.8K R109,10 ERJ3GEY0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R111-14 ERJ3RBD273...
  • Page 147 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks K1AA104H0038 CONNECTOR (MALE) MISCELLANEOUS ■ E16 VEP001R4A R SIDE 2 P.C.BOARD 1 (RTL) VEE1D75 EXT DC IN 3 CABLE VEE1D74 EXT DC IN 1 CABLE C4601-04 ECJ0EB1A104K C.CAPACITOR CH 10V 0.1U VEUC8B025KKF CABLE (BLACK)
  • Page 148 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks R6511,12 EXBN8V473J COMBI.R-R JK403 K2HA204A0054 JACK R6513-20 ERJ2GE0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R6521,22 EXBN8V473J COMBI.R-R L401,02 J0JBC0000014 FILTER R6523-30 ERJ2GE0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W R6541-44 ERJ2GEJ220X M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W 4 ERJ2RMJ220X R401-08...
  • Page 149 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks C308,09 F2A2A1050001 E.CAPACITOR 100V CN300 K1KA10A00192 CONNECTOR (MALE) CN301 K1MN10AA0018 CONNECTOR ■ E25 VEP001S0A REC BUTTON P.C.BOARD 1 (RTL) JK300 K1AB103B0013 CONNECTOR (FEMALE) CN611 K1KA02A00164 CONNECTOR (MALE) L300-02 J0JBC0000014 FILTER...
  • Page 150 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks D901 B0KB00000041 DIODE D902-05 D4ED12700007 DIODE L901 J0JCC0000059 FILTER  PA901-04 K5H1012A0021 FUSE R908 ERJ3GEY0R00 M.RESISTOR CH 1/16W MISCELLANEOUS VJF1555 CONNECTOR HOLDER A VJF1491 CONNECTOR HOLDER B XYN2+J6FJ SCREW...
  • Page 151 ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST (VF SECTION) Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks B0BC5R000002 DIODE ■ E1 VEP20C09A MAIN P.C.BOARD 1 (RTL) C0JBAQ000191 IC ■ E2 VEP20C10A SUB1 P.C.BOARD 1 (RTL) SBSDE9HC08AF IC SBSDB17W04F ■...
  • Page 152 Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks CBCT20106M1V T.CAPACITOR CH 35V CBTSA3302 DIODE CBCC15390J2D C.CAPACITOR CH200V 6BTZD44ALL DIODE CBTSA3302 DIODE CN21 VJP4410 CONNECTOR (MALE) 6BTZD49CL DIODE CN22 CCZDB9B4B CONNECTOR RLS245 DIODE CN23 VJP1230T CONNECTOR (MALE)
  • Page 153 Panasonic Broadcast AG-HPX500 Menu Information...
  • Page 154: Using The Menus

    Menu Operations Chapter Viewfinder and LCD Menus Using the menus When the unit is in other than playback Use the setup menus to change the settings to suit the or recording mode, press the MENU scenes you are shooting or what you are recording. button.
  • Page 155 Initializing the menu settings Use the JOG dial button (or the Up and Down cursor buttons) to highlight the The menu settings contain both the user file settings item you want to change. and the scene file settings. You can initialize them separately.
  • Page 156 Setup menu structure Camera (CAM) mode menu CAMERA MENU SCENE FILE LOAD/SAVE/INIT OPERATION TYPE CAMERA SETUP ASPECT CONV FRAME RATE SETUP SYNCRO SCAN DETAIL LEVEL SW MODE V DETAIL LEVEL MID GAIN HIGH GAIN DETAIL CORING W.BAL.PRESET CHROMA LEVEL USER MAIN CHROMA PHASE USER1 COLOR TEMP Ach...
  • Page 157: Mcr Mode Menu

    BATTERY SETUP EXT DC IN SEL BATTERY SELECT CARD FUNCTIONS SCENE FILE BATTERY MODE USER FILE PROPAC14 NEAR SD CARD FORMAT TRIMPAC14 NEAR HYTRON50 NEAR HYTRON140 NEAR LENS MODE SHADING SELECT SHADING (USER) DIONIC90 NEAR CAC PROPERTY DIONIC140 NEAR CAC DATA READ NP-L7 NEAR CAC DATA DELETE ENDURA7 NEAR...
  • Page 158: Scene File Screen

    Setup menu list SCENE FILE screen Item Description of settings (Items in bold are factory settings.) Saves, loads and initializes scene files (SD memory card) LOAD/SAVE/INIT ----(No operation), LOAD (Load), SAVE (Save), INITIAL (Initialize) Switches the shutter and frame rate operation to the video type or film type. ●VIDEO CAM: SYNCRO SCAN is set in 1/n increments.
  • Page 159: Camera Setup Screen

    Item Description of settings (Items in bold are factory settings.) Selects the gamma curves other than the news gamma curve. ●HD NORM: This gamma setting is suitable for HD shooting. ●LOW: Makes a mellow image using the gamma curve which has a gentle incline in lowbrightness curve.
  • Page 160: Sw Mode Screen

    SW MODE screen Item Description of settings (Items in bold are factory settings.) Sets the gain value assigned to the M position of the GAIN switch. MID GAIN ●0 dB, 3 dB, 6 dB, 9 dB, 12 dB Sets the gain value assigned to the H position of the GAIN switch. HIGH GAIN ●0 dB, 3 dB, 6 dB, 9 dB, 12 dB Sets the color temperature assigned to the PRST position of the WHITE BAL switch.
  • Page 161: Recording Setup Screen

    RECORDING SETUP screen Item Description of settings (Items in bold are factory settings.) Selects the recording format for P2 card. ●59.94Hz System: 1080i/60i, 1080i/30P, 1080i/24P, 1080i/24PA, 720P/60P, 720P/30P, 720P/24P, REC FORMAT 720P/30PN, 720P/24PN, 480i/60i, 480i/30P, 480i/24P, 480i/24PA ●50 Hz System: 1080i/50i, 1080i/25P, 720P/50P, 720P/25P, 720P/25PN, 576i/50i, 576i/25P 480i (576i) Selects the 480i (576i) recording mode.
  • Page 162: Audio Setup Screen

    AUDIO SETUP screen Item Description of settings (Items in bold are factory settings.) Selects the function of the F. AUDIO LEVEL control of CH1 input. ●FRONT: The F. AUDIO LEVEL control controls FRONT1 input. ●REAR: The F. AUDIO LEVEL control controls REAR1 input. FRONT VR CH1 ●ALL: The F.
  • Page 163: Outut Sel Screen

    OUTUT SEL screen Item Description of settings (Items in bold are factory settings.) Selects D or SDI connector. ●59.94Hz system: 720P, 1080i, 480i CMPNT/SDI SEL ●50 Hz system: 720P, 1080i, 576i Turns on and off metadata superimposition onto the HS-SDI signal. SDI METADATA ●ON, OFF Turns on and off EDH superimposition onto the SD-SDI signal.
  • Page 164: Battery Setup Screen

    BATTERY SETUP screen Item Description of settings (Items in bold are factory settings.) Selects external DC power supply type. ●AC ADAPTER: AC adapter EXT DC IN SEL ●BATTERY: battery Selects battery type. ●PROPAC14, TRIMPAC14, HYTRON50, HYTRON140, DIONIC90, DIONIC140, NP-L7, ENDURA7, BATTERY SELECT ENDURA10, ENDURA-D, PAG L95, BP-GL65/95, NICD14, TYPE A, TYPE B Near end setting...
  • Page 165: Card Functions Screen

    CARD FUNCTIONS screen Item Description of settings Reads/writes a scene file from/onto the SD memory card. SCENE FILE ●READ: Loads the selected scene file (F1 to F6) values from an SD memory card. ●WRITE: Saves the current scene file (F1 to F6) settings to the SD memory card. Reads/writes user files (files other than scene files) from/onto the SD memory card.
  • Page 166: Other Functions Screen

    OTHER FUNCTIONS screen Item Description of settings (Items in bold are factory settings.) Saves users files on, loads users files from the storage area of the camera (EEPROM), and initializes the storage area. ●----: Off (no operation) ●LOAD: Loads the settings in a user file previously stored on the storage area. USER FILE ●SAVE: Saves the user file updated settings on the storage area.
  • Page 167 VF! LED screen Item Description of settings (Items in bold are factory settings.) Sets the conditions (gain value) for lighting the “!” symbol LED in the viewfinder. ●w/o0 dB: other than 0 dB GAIN ●OFF: Off Sets the conditions (white balance value) for lighting the “!” symbol LED in the viewfinder. WHITE ●PRE: Preset ●OFF: Off...
  • Page 168 Panasonic Broadcast Mechanical Parts List AG-HPX500P/E/MC, AG-HPX502EN Model No. : CONTENTS CASING & FRAME PARTS ASSEMBLY (1) ...................MPL-1 CASING & FRAME PARTS ASSEMBLY (2) ...................MPL-3 SIDE CASE (R) PARTS ASSEMBLY....................MPL-5 CAMERA PARTS ASSEMBLY (1) ....................MPL-7 CAMERA PARTS ASSEMBLY (2) ....................MPL-9 TOP CASE &...
  • Page 169 CASING & FRAME PARTS ASSEMBLY (1) Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. MPL-1...
  • Page 170 CASING & FRAME PARTS ASSEMBLY (1) Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VMP8838 INNNDER FRAME TOP VMP8839 INNER FRAME BOTTOM  3 VEE1D61 L SIDE JACK CABLE VGQ9428 SD CARD GUIDE VYK2D61 CARD GUIDE U K1TYYYY00040 COAXIAL CABLE...
  • Page 171: Casing & Frame Parts Assembly (1)

    CASING & FRAME PARTS ASSEMBLY (2) Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. MPL-3...
  • Page 172: Casing & Frame Parts Assembly (2)

    CASING & FRAME PARTS ASSEMBLY (2) Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VGM2239 BOTTOM CASE VMP8835 BOTTOM FRAME VYQ2306 FOOT BASE U VMP4853 LENS CONNECTOR PLATE VKC0560 HINGE J0KG00000083 FILTER ...
  • Page 173: Side Case (R) Parts Assembly

    Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. SIDE CASE (R) PARTS ASSEMBLY When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. MPL-5...
  • Page 174 SIDE CASE (R) PARTS ASSEMBLY Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VEP001R4A R SIDE 2 P.C.BOARD  1 VEE1D62 HEADPHONE CABLE VEP001R5A POWER SW P.C.BOARD  2 VEE1D63 R SIDE1 CABLE VEP001R6A TOGGLE SW P.C.BOARD VWJ50G6045L0 PREPRO OUT DAT...
  • Page 175: Camera Parts Assembly (1)

    Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. CAMERA PARTS ASSEMBLY(1) When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. MPL-7...
  • Page 176 CAMERA PARTS ASSEMBLY (1) Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VYQ4076 HEAD OPTICAL U VMA0V43 HEAT SINK R VMA0V44 HEAT SINK G VMA0V45 HEAT SINK B VMA0V41 HEAT SINK BASE VXQ1523 L.P.FILTER U VDW1228...
  • Page 177: Camera Parts Assembly (2)

    Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. CAMERA PARTS ASSEMBLY (2) When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. MPL-9...
  • Page 178 CAMERA PARTS ASSEMBLY (2) Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VYK2D52 FRONT CASE 1 U VJF1256 CABLE CLAMPER VMG0948 EVF RUBBER SHIELD VMC1210 FRONT DOOR SPRING VMP4850 FRONT DOOR ANGLE VMS4088 FRONT DOOR ANGLE PIN VKF2485...
  • Page 179: Top Case & Handle Parts Assembly

    TOP CASE & HANDLE PARTS ASSEMBLY Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. except 9 106 E19 E26 MPL-11...
  • Page 180 TOP CASE & HANDLE PARTS ASSEMBLY Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VGM2211 TOP CASE VGM2232 VF MOUNT BLOCK VGP5629 VF LOCK RING VGM2130 VF BASE VQL1P06 VF RING LOCK LABEL VLP0186 FERRITE CORE 1 J0KE00000027...
  • Page 181: Rear Jack Parts Assembly

    Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. REAR JACK PARTS ASSEMBLY When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. MPL-13...
  • Page 182 REAR JACK PARTS ASSEMBLY Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VEJ2282 REAR JACK 1U VGU9300 SLIDE SW BUTTON VMG1511 RUBBER CAP C VMG1085 RAIN COVER RUBBER  5 VEE1D69 ECU CABLE VGL1038 BOTTOM TALLY COVER VEE1D70...
  • Page 183: Back Case Parts Assembly

    Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. BACK CASE PARTS ASSEMBLY When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. MPL-15...
  • Page 184 BACK CASE PARTS ASSEMBLY Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks  1 VEE1D71 ANTON BOX U1 CABLE VYK2D58 BACK CASE 1U VJF1476 BATTERY ADAPTOR B VGF0960 CONNECTOR COVER VJF1347S ANTON BRACKET VKC0601 HINGE (REAR) VJF1498...
  • Page 185: Lcd Parts Assembly

    LCD PARTS ASSEMBLY MPL-17...
  • Page 186 LCD PARTS ASSEMBLY Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VYK2D59 LCD U VGQ9474 HINGE COVER (LOWER) VGQ9423 HINGE COVER UE VXD0465 HINGE VMG1286 CUSHION RUBBER VGP6209 LCD CASE TOP VGP6152 LCD CASE BOTTOM VMT1717 WATER PROOF PAD...
  • Page 187: Vf Parts Assembly

    Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. VF PARTS ASSEMBLY When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. include 14 41 101 MPL-19...
  • Page 188 VF PARTS ASSEMBLY Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks VYC0936 MIC HOLDER U VQL1P71 CAUTION LABEL VQL1K49 HIGH VOLTAGE LABEL EVD601 TOP CASE U EV0102 BOTTOM CASE U VMX3152 SPACER SHEET (A) VHD1487 STOPPER SCREW VMC1513...
  • Page 189: Packing Parts Assembly

    Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. PACKING PARTS ASSEMBLY When replacing any of these components, use only the same type. P/E/MC/EN only P/E/MC/EN only MC only MPL-21...
  • Page 190 PACKING PARTS ASSEMBLY Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks Ref.No. Part No. Part Name & DescriptionPcs Remarks  1 VQT1G18 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 1 FOR AJ-HPX500P  1 VQT1G19 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 1 FOR AJ-HPX500E  1 VQT1G20 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 1 FOR AJ-HPX500MC ...
  • Page 191 G7---- Detail Time/Date data (Time stamp) of folder which is made by AG-HPX500/HPX502’s formatting function may be irregular data on P2 card. This problem can be confirmed by only Personal Computer. Actual Time/Date data of playback or recording does not have problem.

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