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Pioneer AVIC-Z2/XU/UC Service Manual

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HDD MULTIMEDIA AV NAVIGATION SERVER
AVIC-Z2
AVIC-HD3
This service manual should be used together with the following manual(s) listed below.
For the parts numbers, adjustments, etc. which are not shown in this manual,
refer to the following manual(s).
Model No.
AVIC-Z1/UC
CX-3016
ND-BT1/E5
PIONEER CORPORATION
PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936
PIONEER CORPORATION 2007
/XU/UC
/XU/EW5
Order No.
Mech. Module
CRT3618
CRT3056
MS3
CRT3684
4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan
is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation.
Remarks
DVD Mech. Module:Circuit Description, Mech. Description, Disassembly
Bluetooth unit :
(ND-BT1/E is sold with AVIC-HD3/XU/EW5.)
ORDER NO.
CRT3877
K-ZZU. FEB. 2007 Printed in Japan

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   Summary of Contents for Pioneer AVIC-Z2/XU/UC

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    PIONEER CORPORATION 4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A. PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936 PIONEER CORPORATION 2007 K-ZZU.

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    EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST PACKING(Page 10) PACKING SECTION PARTS LIST *:Non spare part Mark No. Description AVIC-Z1/UC AVIC-Z2/XU/UC 1-1 Owner’s Manual CRB2183 CRB2295 1-2 Owner’s Manual CRB2184 CRB2297 1-3 Owner’s Manual/POC/FRE CRB2185 CRB2296 1-4 Owner’s Manual/POC/FRE CRB2186 CRB2298 1-5 Owner’s Manual...

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    23 Sub Carton CHA3298 CHG5691 24 Panel CNS8669 CNS8665 35 Protector Not used CHP3321 36 Protector Not used CHP3322 37 Screw Not used CBA2081 38 Bush Not used CNV3930 39 Polyetylene Bag Not used E36-615 40 Panel Not used CNS9007 AVIC-Z2/XU/UC...

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    EXTERIOR(1)(Page 12) EXTERIOR(1) SECTION PARTS LIST Mark No. Description AVIC-Z1/UC AVIC-Z2/XU/UC Screw(M3 x 10) CBA1637 CBA2097 82 Panel Unit CXC5925 CXC7880 Mark No. Description AVIC-HD1BT/EW5 AVIC-HD3/XU/EW5 Screw(M3 x 10) CBA1637 CBA2097 82 Panel Unit CXC5984 CXC7980 94 Screw Not used...

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    EXTERIOR(2)(Page 14) EXTERIOR(2) SECTION PARTS LIST Mark No. Description AVIC-Z1/UC AVIC-Z2/XU/UC Screw(M2 x 3) CBA1527 CBA2096 61 CC Unit CWN1582 CWN2449 71 HDD Assy(Service) CXX2121 CXX2207 Mark No. Description AVIC-HD1BT/EW5 AVIC-HD3/XU/EW5 Screw(M2 x 3) CBA1527 CBA2096 61 CC Unit CWN1632...

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    ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST(Page 121) GPS UNIT AVIC-Z1/UC AVIC-Z2/XU/UC Circuit Symbol and No. Part Name AVIC-HD1BT/EW5 AVIC-HD3/XU/EW5 L402 Inductor CTF1486 LCYC1R2K1608 L403 Inductor CTF1486 LCYC1R2K1608 AUDIO UNIT Circuit Symbol and No. Part Name AVIC-Z1/UC AVIC-Z2/XU/UC Q1006 Transistor DTC114EU DTC114EUA Q1201 Transistor...

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    NAVI MOTHER UNIT AVIC-Z1/UC AVIC-Z2/XU/UC Circuit Symbol and No. Part Name AVIC-HD1BT/EW5 AVIC-HD3/XU/EW5 Q5003 Transistor DTC114EU DTC114EUA Q5004 Transistor DTC114EU DTC114EUA Q5483 Transistor DTC114EU DTC114EUA Q5651 Transistor 2SA1576 2SA1576A Q5902 Transistor DTC114EU DTC114EUA Q5921 Transistor 2SA1576 2SA1576A Q6201 Transistor DTC114EU...

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    PIONEER CORPORATION 4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A. PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936 PIONEER CORPORATION 2006 K-ZZU.MAR.

  • Page 9: Safety Information

    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 If you are not qualified to the repair of this product properly and...

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    1. Safety Precautions for those who Service this Unit. • Follow the adjustment steps in the service manual when servicing this unit. When check ing or adjusting the emitting power of the laser diode exercise caution in order to get safe, reliable results. Caution: 1.

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    [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.

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    - Service Precautions • 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. • Be careful in handling ICs. Some ICs such as MOS type are so fragile that they can be damaged by electrostatic induction.

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY INFORMATION ............................. 2 1. SPECIFICATIONS ............................7 2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST ......................9 2.1 PACKING ..............................10 2.2 EXTERIOR(1) ............................12 2.3 EXTERIOR(2) ............................14 2.4 EXTERIOR(3) ............................16 2.5 DVD MECHANISM MODULE ........................18 3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ..................20 3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM ...........................

  • Page 14: Specifications

    1. SPECIFICATIONS Backup current ....2.25 mA or less AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    2. 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.

  • Page 17: Packing

    2.1 PACKING AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    PACKING SECTION PARTS LIST Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No. Carton(UC) CHG5732 1-1 Owner's Manual(UC) CRB2183 Carton(EW) CHG5899 Owner's Manual/PEE/ENG(EW) CRB2187 1-2 Owner's Manual(UC) CRB2184 Contain Box(UC) CHL5732 Owner's Manual/PEE/ENG(EW) CRB2188 Contain Box(EW) CHL5899 1-3 Owner's Manual/POC/FRE(UC) CRB2185 Protector(Upper) CHP2227 Owner's Manual/PEE/SPE(EW) CRB2189...

  • Page 19: Exterior(1)

    2.2 EXTERIOR(1) To remove the 88 screw, use a torques screwdriver (T8)(GGK1068). AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    EXTERIOR(1) SECTION PARTS LIST Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No. Screw(M2 x 6) CBA1399 Screw BMZ26P060FTC Screw(M2 x 1.5) CBA1615 Screw BMZ26P120FTB Screw BMZ26P160FTB Screw(M2 x 2.5) CBA1881 Screw BSZ26P050FTB Screw(M2 x 2) CBA1771 Screw(M3 x 10) CBA1637 Spring CZB3092...

  • Page 21: Exterior(2)

    2.3 EXTERIOR(2) AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    EXTERIOR(2) SECTION PARTS LIST Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No. Connector(CN6802) CKS5522 Screw AMZ26P040FTC Connector(CN5801) CKS5543 Screw BMZ26P060FTC Screw BSZ26P050FTB Holder CND3007 Screw(M2 x 3) CBA1527 Holder CND3183 Screw CBA1805 GPS Unit(UC) CWX3304 GPS Unit(EW) CWX3305 CDE8077 Connector(CN504) CKS4432...

  • Page 23: Exterior(3)

    2.4 EXTERIOR(3) AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    EXTERIOR(3) SECTION PARTS LIST Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No. Screw PMB20P040FTC Cord CDE6825 CNS1472 Keyboard Unit(UC) CWN1585 Cord Assy CDE8083 Keyboard Unit(EW) CWN1635 CNV6727 Resistor RS1/2PMF102J Cord Assy CDE8084 Cord Assy(UC) CDE8082 CNV6727 Cord Assy(EW) CDE8165 >...

  • Page 25: Dvd Mechanism Module

    2.5 DVD MECHANISM MODULE AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    DVD MECHANISM MODULE SECTION PARTS LIST Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No. CNV7163 DVD Core Unit CWX3301 CNV7164 Connector(CN1501) CKS4282 Roller CNV7165 Connector(CN1401) CKS5100 CNV7166 Connector(CN1202) CKS5043 Connector(CN1611) CKS5100 Guide CNV8093 Gear CNV7169 Connector(CN1603) CKS4374 Gear CNV7170 Connector(CN1101) CKS4842...

  • Page 27: Block Diagram And Schematic Diagram

    3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM CC UNIT HDD RELAY PCB CN6801 ATA_DMARQ ATA_DIOWB ATA_DIORB ATA_IORDY ATA_DMACKB ATA_INT IOCS16B ATA_DA1 ATA_DA0 ATA_DA2 ATA_CS0B ATA_CS1B LOGIC5 5V(CCD5) MOTOR5 ATA_RESETB ATA_DD 0-15 CN6803 CN6802 CN4151 MS_ATA_RESETB 3.3V CCD3 IC6801 TC7MZ245FK 5V(CCD5) HDD5...

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    CN4804 DACOUT_L DACOUT_R ADCIN_L(MIC) ADCIN_R(TEL) DSPOUT_L DSPOUT_R SBCK SUBC BLKCK NCLDCLK HDDSENS MEMMUTE CD_DATA TELVC EMPH CD_LRCK XMS3RST CD_BCK TELSEL TCHSEL UNITPWR UNIT PCONT1 PCONT2 OVER CSYNC B82RQ OFFOK ASENRQ PROGGAIN2 USB_XOVCR PROGGAIN1 PROGGAIN0 CTOM IRQPW MTOC ONSEIMUTE CTOB CPUWDT BTOC HYOKA CN5201...

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    GPS UNIT CN504 IC 401 F401 UPC2749T CTF1548 ANTENNA FLASH ROM IC 502 PEH026A:UC IC 402 PEH027A:EW5 CRCK UPB1027GS IC 501 PD3390A DRAM X401 IC 503 M5M5V216ATP-70HI 16.368MHz PIN0 Q441 IC 441 PIN1 NJM2100V RDS DECODER IC 532 RESET LC72720YVSS1 BOWWOWB IC 504 BUP3V...

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    FM/AM TUNER UNIT (AVIC-HD1BT/EW5) 10 9 8 18 19 20 21 IC 5 IC 3 EEPROM 3.3V 5.0V AM ANT FMRF IC 2 2.5V IC 1 FM ANT 3.3V FMRF MIXER, IF AMP DET, FM MPX, RDS DECODER RF adj ANT adj CF52 IC 4...

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    AUDIO UNIT Q2550 Q2551 CN2501 ANTENA L2557 L2558 AM_ANT L2553 VDORA85 SOURCE SELECT GUIDE MIX IC1402 IC1621 FM_ANT PML009A NJM2060V FMLS IN2L FRONTOUTL FMRS IN2R FRONTOUTR AUDL VDORA85 IN1L 3.3V REG. ROM_VDD AUDR ROMVDD5 IN1R IC2501 VDD_3.3 IPL+ VDORA85 IN4+L REARTOUTL NJM2391DL1-33 IPL−...

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    <CODE ASSY> CDE8082 AVIC-Z1/UC VDORA85 Q1851 Q1850 FU1850 AVIC-HD1BT/EW5 VDORA85 SYSPWR Q1852 IC1850 M5237ML POWER AMP IC1401 FANUP CN1001 PAL007B GMIXL GMIXR FL− RL− FR− FR− RL− RR− CDE8165 MUTE1 FL− MUTE RR− POSWL SREMOT STBY POSWR BREMOTE B-REMOTE SPEED PRE-FL AUTO ANT PRE-FR...

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    DVD CORE UNIT SODC IC1301 MNZS26EDCUB IC1101 CN1101 AN8703FH Q1101 IORDY 65LD VCC5 NIOCS16 TBAL TBAL TBAL TBAL FBAL FBAL MCK16 FBAL FBAL OSCI1 LPCO1 JLINE JLINE Q1102 JLINE JLINE 78LD TEOUT OHRST NRESET ASOUT OIORD NIORD ODA1 LPCO2 ARF− Q1105 FEOUT NARF...

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    CN1401 IORDY HCS1 CS3FX IOCS16 CS1FX HCS0 HDA2 HDA0 HDA1 IOCS16 HIOCS16 HRST IORD INTRQ HINTRQ DMACK HDMACK CS1FX MASTER CSEL IORDY CS3FX CN6803 IORD DIORD DIOWR DMACK IOWR DMARQ DMARQ HDMARQ HRST HRST 0-15 0-15 CN1603 MASTER VDD33 INTRQ IOWR SICOMN STCLK...

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    CN461 NAVI MOTHER PCB(1/2) CN5201 IC6610 (1/2) TC74VHC125FTS1 SPEED CD_LRCK LRCK2 LRCK SPEED SENSE Q5901 CD_BCK BCK2 5V → 3V CD_DATA DATA2 DATA IC5901 IC6601 IC6605 NJM2904M TC74VHC32FTS1 TC7S04FU BUSDIR(RSV) BUSDIR MTOC Q5902 CTOM XMS3RST XMRST IC6602(1/3) TC74VHC32FTS1 EMPH VCC5A REG. G senser Q5961 CTOGPS...

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    CN1611 TO IP-BUS ASENB Q6301 ASENB Q6302 CN5802 CONTA CONTB IPRG IPLG TMCDET_O TMCSD TMCCE TMCDO IC6605 RESET(100msec) TMCCK TC7S04FU SYSTEM-uCOM PE5539A: TMCDI IC6606 RSTIN IC6607(1/2) TMCSL BD5335FVE PE5540A: SPEED 6602(1/3) RSTOUT GPSREV RESET VHC32FTS1 SYSREV REVSNS BKSNS PREMUTE STOM STOM SYSTOM SYSTOM...

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    NAVI MOTHER PCB(2/2) CN5201 (2/2) TCHTOC CCD3 CTOTCH CCD3 Q5531 UNIT UNIT1 IC5537(2/2) Q5532 TC7W04FU PCONT1 CNT1 IC5539 BUFFER Q5533 TC7SET04FUS1 IC5535 PCONT2 CNT2 TC74VHC541FTS1 CN4804 EXTPWR CTOETC CTOEX ETCTOC EXTOC HYOKA SYSTEM-uCOM PE5539A: IC6607(2/2) PE5540A: SW25ON SW25ON SWD25ON BLSENS DDRBON DDRBON SDBUP5...

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    ISOLATOR IC5531 CN5531 BA3121F AVPL AVPL OUT2 AVPR AVPR OUT1 TOTEL FTEL UNIT1 UNIT CNT1 CNT2 CN5671 Q5672 FU5671 Q5671 (1/2) IC5671 UPD4721GSS1 Q5671 PANEL UNIT (2/2) EXTENSION CTOETC CTOTA DIN2 DOUT2 CTOEX CTOEX DIN1 DOUT1 ETCTOC TATOC ROUT2 RIN2 DVD/CD IND EXTOC EXTOC...

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    MONITOR UNIT MONITOR CPU EEP-ROM IC301 IC252 PE5538A BR93L56FJ-W DISPLAYS CON TC90A96A Q683 EPRDI (1/2) EPRDO EPRSK EPRCS PNLXV VAC5 PNLADY PNLADY Q682 PNLADX (1/2) PNLADX PNLVD POWER ON RESET PNLVD PNLXV IC251 Q682 Q683 VACC5 RADIN1 RESET (2/2) (2/2) S-80835CNNB-B8U PNLYV VAC5...

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    DISPLAYS CONTROL IC TC90A96AFG-P STH1 BOUT2-7 RADIN1 GOUT2-7 GADIN1 BADIN1 ROUT2-7 LOAD LOAD OSDBIN VDD2 DAC OUT OSDGIN LCD MODULE OSDRIN PLL IN OSDBLANKHMIN OSDC/HSYNCOUT VDD1 OSDCKOUT OSDVSYNCOUT STV1 VM12 IC102 IC122 REF.V RESET TC7SET04FUS1 TC7SET04FUS1 DEVIDE 1,3,5 2,4,6 VCOM OVERLAY IC121 0-10...

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    POWER SUPPLY MAP(Reference) AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 45: Overall Connection Diagram

    3.2 OVERALL CONNECTION DIAGRAM Note: When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to " EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST" or "ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST". HDD ASSY CC UNIT HDD RELAY (SERVICE) MECHANISM MODULE SYSCOM • P/S Part NAVI MOTHER PCB NAVI AV •...

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    GPS UNIT CN461 Part ERNAL I/F Part PANEL UNIT P/S • I/F Part O UNIT FM/AM • TMC TUNER Part MONITOR UNIT MONITOR Part INVERTER Part EYBOARD UNIT AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 47: Gps Unit(guide Page)

    3.3 GPS UNIT(GUIDE PAGE) CN6401 AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    GPS UNIT PEH027A:EW PEH026A:UC AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    CN6401 AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    3.4 AUDIO UNIT(P/S•I/F)(GUIDE PAGE) > CN5802 Bluetooth:2.21 dBs DVD:2.21 dBs IP:2.21 dBs > VTR:2.21 dBs FM:-13.5 dBs(U -9.5 dBs(EW AM:-24.0 dBs(U -20.0 dBs(E CN5801 > Bluetooth,DVD,IP:9.31 dBs VTR:10.31 dBs FM:3.60 dBs(UC),7.60 dBs(EW) AM:-6.90 dBs(UC),-2.90 dBs(EW) AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    CN5851 > AUDIO UNIT(P/S¥I/F) > CORD ASSY Bluetooth,DVD,IP:9.31 dBs VTR:10.31 dBs FM:3.60 dBs(UC),7.60 dBs(EW) AM:-6.90 dBs(UC),-2.90 dBs(EW) > CORD ASSY VTR:2.21 dBs (1.0 Vrms) > > CORD ASSY Bluetooth:2.21 dBs DVD:2.21 dBs IP:2.21 dBs VTR:2.21 dBs > > FM:-13.5 dBs(UC) -9.5 dBs(EW) AM:-24.0 dBs(UC) -20.0 dBs(EW)

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    3.5 AUDIO UNIT(FM/AM•TMC TUNER) AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AUDIO UNIT(FM/AM¥TMC TUNER) FM:-13.5 dBs(UC) -9.5 dBs(EW) AM:-24.0 dBs(UC) -20.0 dBs(EW) AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 61

    3.6 DVD CORE UNIT(MS3)(SO-DC)(GUIDE PAGE) RF SIGNAL FOCUS SERVO LINE TRACKING SERVO LINE CARRIAGE SERVO LINE SPINDLE SERVO LINE SPINDLE MOTOR LOADING CXM1308 MOTOR CXC4315 disc sens CARRIAGE MOTOR CXC4314 AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    DVD CORE UNIT(MS3)(SO-DC) Servo stream AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    PICKUP UNIT(SERVICE)(DP5) AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    CN6803 AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 67: Dvd Core Unit(ms3)(cpu)(guide Page)

    3.7 DVD CORE UNIT(MS3)(CPU)(GUIDE PAGE) Servo PD6527A AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    DVD CORE UNIT (MS3)(CPU) & CN6101 ⁄ CN5601 stream System Computer AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    - Wave form Note:1. The encircled numbers denote measuring points in the circuit diagram. VHALF : 1.65 V 1 FEY 200 ms/div. 1 ms/div. 1 CH1: FEY 500 mV/div. 1 ms/div. CH1: ASF 500 mV/div. 1 ms/div. 3 CH2: RFENV 4 CH2: FD Focus search 1 V/div.

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    0 CH1: STD1 1 V/div. 100 µs/div. 5 CH1: TEY 4 CH1: FD 500 mV/div.1 s/div CH2: STD4 5 V/div. 2 µs/div. 500 mV/div. 100 µs/div. 6 CH2: TD 1 CH2: FEY CH3: STD7 Black dot EDC1 mode set up(DVD) # CH4: STENABLE G→...

  • Page 75: Compound Unit(a) And Compound Unit(b)

    3.8 COMPOUND UNIT(A) AND COMPOUND UNIT(B) COMPOUND UNIT(A) Q1299 R1298 R1299 CPT231SCTD S1205 CSN1070 CN1202 DISC SENS DISC SENS S1203 CSN1070 CSN1069 S1204 S1202 CSN1069 12cm S1201 CSN1069 COMPOUND UNIT(B) CLAMP CSN1067 AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 76: Pu Unit(reference)

    3.9 PU UNIT(REFERENCE) Iop78 78LD Ishf Vshf : 4V Short round 78LD 65LD LDGND 65LD Iop65 Short round LDGND 65MD Top View VR2/ 65Rmd 65MDG Im/ 2 78MD CN1101 Vmda VR1/ 78Rmd 78MDG Im/ 2 Vref : 2.5V TEMP AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    3.10 NAVI MOTHER PCB(SYSCOM•P/S)(GUIDE PAGE) DVD:3.04dBs CN1611 (1.1Vrms) CN461 CN1831 CN1832 AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    NAVI MOTHER PCB(SYSCOM¥P/S) CN1002 > CN6901 > > > > > > NAVI MOTHER UNIT Consists of NAVI MOTHER PCB HDD RELAY PCB AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    3.11 NAVI MOTHER PCB(NAVI AV•EXTERNAL I/F)(GUIDE PAGE) CN4804 AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    NAVI MOTHER PCB(NAVI AV¥EXTERNAL I/F) > > Bluetooth:2.21dBs (Reserved) (1.0Vrms) IP:2.21dBs (1.0Vrms) CN1501 NAVI MOTHER UNIT Consists of NAVI MOTHER PCB HDD RELAY PCB AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 89: Hdd Pelay Pcb

    3.12 HDD PELAY PCB HDD RELAY PCB HDD ASSY (SERVICE) AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    CN4151 CN1401 NAVI MOTHER UNIT Consists of NAVI MOTHER PCB HDD RELAY PCB AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 91: Panel Unit

    3.13 PANEL UNIT PANEL UNIT 8.7V SDDB16001A(CA) SDDB16001A(CA) SDDB16001A(CA) CN6501 DISC EJECT Button AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 93: Keyboard Unit

    3.14 KEYBOARD UNIT RESET ILMB1~7 : 8 V ILMODK, ILMSRC : 8 V AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    KEYBOARD UNIT 5R1K MENU TA/NEWS 8R2K V.ADJ AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 95: Monitor Unit(monitor)(guide Page)

    3.15 MONITOR UNIT(MONITOR)(GUIDE PAGE) R001 TMP SEN R001 R001 R001 100K 100K Microcomputer 12.58MHz Reset PE5538A 2R7K 2R7K > 500mA 180P 1R5K R760 1R5K 8R2K 1R5K 1R5K OSD for service AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 96

    MONITOR UNIT(MONITOR) : The power supply is shown with the marked box. Power Supply 470K 18 H 68 H 4700P 4700P 680K 100P R039 330P 6R8K 1R8K 680k R047 6R8K R039 18 H 2 screen IC VCOM AMP AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    TOUCH PANEL AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    CN1203 AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    CCH1586 AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    LCD Module AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 101: Monitor Unit(inverter)

    3.16 MONITOR UNIT(INVERTER) 14V(Battery) > 100K 5600P 4R7K AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    MONITOR UNIT(INVERTER) 220P 10k‰(B) R047 100K AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 103: Main Pcb Unit

    3.17 MAIN PCB UNIT CN1003 MAIN PCB UNIT > HZU6R2(B2) 39/16 M1000 CZX5102 (FLAP) AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    - Wave form Note:The encircled numbers denote measuring points in the circuit diagram. • FULL OPEN • CLOSE 1 CH1 : OPENSW 3 CH3 : MOT0 6 CH1 : HOMESW 3 CH3 : MOT0 2 CH2 : PULSE1 4 CH4 : MOT1 2 CH2 : PULSE1 4 CH4 : MOT1 •...

  • Page 105: Audio Unit

    4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM 4.1 AUDIO UNIT AUDIO UNIT Cord Assy FM/AM ANTENNA RF OUT CN5801 AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 106

    FU1200 (A,175,87) Fuse 2.5 A CEK1285 Cord Assy CN5851 Cord Assy SIDE A FU1201 (A,116,123) Fuse 3.15 A CEK1259 FU1204 (A,74,126) Fuse 3.15 A CEK1259 FU1400 (A,77,127) Fuse 3 A CEK1286 FU1820 (A,125,45) Fuse 750 mA(EW5) CEK1279 NOTE FOR PCB DIAGRAMS 1.The parts mounted on this PCB include all necessary parts for several destination.

  • Page 107

    AUDIO UNIT AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 108

    SIDE B FU1001 (B,134,121) Fuse 750 mA CEK1279 FU1840 (B,131,87) Fuse 2.5 A CEK1258 FU1850 (B,47,91) Fuse 630 mA CEK1252 CSYNCO AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 109: Dvd Core Unit(ms3)

    4.2 DVD CORE UNIT(MS3) DVD CORE UNIT(MS3) PICKUP U CN5601 CN6803 AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 110

    SIDE A PICKUP UNIT(SERVICE) CN6101 AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 111

    DVD CORE UNIT(MS3) AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 112

    SIDE B AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 113

    4.3 COMPOUND UNIT(A) AND COMPOUND UNIT(B) COMPOUND UNIT(A) COMPOUND UNIT(B) Q1299 R1298 CLAMP R1299 S1205 S1204 DISC SENS S1203 DISC SENS S1202 12cm S1201 CN1202 AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 114: Gps Unit

    4.4 GPS UNIT SIDE A GPS UNIT IC,Q GPS ANTENNA CN6401 GPS UNIT SIDE B IC,Q AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 115: Navi Mother Pcb

    4.5 NAVI MOTHER PCB NAVI MOTHER PCB IP-BUS EXTENSION AV-BUS DIGITAL OUT FAN CN1611 DOOR SENSE CN1832 HDD SENSE AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 116

    SIDE A T FAN CN1501 FU 5651 (A,72,110) Fuse 4 A CEK1260 FU 5671 (A,31,112) Fuse 1 A CEK1280 FU 6201 (A,79,57) Fuse 2 A CEK1284 FU 6202 (A,73,71) Fuse 3 A CEK1286 FU 6203 (A,52,71) Fuse 4 A CEK1260 FU 6251 (A,35,78) Fuse 2 A CEK1284 FU 6252 (A,49,71) Fuse 2.5 A CEK1258 FU 6351 (A,98,120) Fuse 1 A CEK1280...

  • Page 117

    NAVI MOTHER PCB CN1002 CN1831 AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 118

    SIDE B FU6331 (B,84,83) Fuse 1 A CEK1254 Bluetooth Guide Out MIC IN AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 119: Hdd Relay Pcb

    4.6 HDD RELAY PCB SIDE B HDD RELAY PCB SIDE A HDD RELAY PCB CN4151 HDD ASSY (SERVICE) CN1401 AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 120

    4.7 PANEL UNIT PANEL UNIT SIDE A DISC EJECT PANEL UNIT SIDE B CN6501 AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 121: Monitor Unit

    4.8 MONITOR UNIT MONITOR UNIT LCD Module AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 122

    SIDE A FU 181 (A,108,10) Fuse 500 mA CEK1251 FU 841 (A,134,52) Fuse 1.25 A CEK1255 CN1203 Touch Panel Back Light AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 123

    MONITOR UNIT VM12 V33 V25 INVPUL VFL2 CSYNC YSIN AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 124

    SIDE B CVBS G05 R02 AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 125

    4.9 MAIN PCB UNIT MAIN PCB UNIT SIDE A IC,Q CN1003 M1000 OPEN HOME HALF AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 126

    MAIN PCB UNIT SIDE B IC,Q AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 127

    4.10 KEYBOARD UNIT KEYBOARD UNIT KEYBOARD UNIT SIDE B SIDE A AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 128: Electrical Parts List

    5. 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. •...

  • Page 129

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. L 503 (B,58,5) Inductor CTF1410 R 517 (B,38,21) RS1/16SS103J L 504 (A,37,32) Inductor CTF1410 R 519 (B,38,19) RS1/16SS473J L 531 (A,52,16) Inductor CTF1410 R 521 (B,36,27) RS1/16SS473J X 401 (A,13,26) TCXO 16.368 MHz CWX2381 R 532 (A,42,9) (EW5)

  • Page 130

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 466 (B,31,2) CKSSYB103K16 Q 1006 (A,129,121) Transistor DTC114EU C 467 (B,32,2) CKSSYB103K16 Q 1200 (A,114,14) Transistor 2SA1385-ZS1 C 468 (A,29,9) CKSSYB104K10 C 469 (B,25,3) CSZS100M10 Q 1201 (A,123,15) Transistor DTC114EU Q 1202...

  • Page 131

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. D 1202 (A,135,66) Diode UDZS5R6(B) L 1960 (B,49,51) Inductor LCYC2R2K2125 D 1203 (B,140,65) Diode HZU8R2(B1) L 2501 (B,28,85) Chip Coil LCTAW4R7J2520 D 1204 (B,129,129) Diode UDZS6R8(B) L 2502 (A,32,67) Inductor LCTAW2R2J3225 D 1205...

  • Page 132

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. R 1200 (A,123,12) RS1/4SA331J R 1428 (B,111,116) RS1/16S223J R 1201 (A,127,13) RS1/4SA331J R 1429 (B,107,124) RS1/16S471J R 1202 (A,121,15) RS1/16S153J R 1430 (B,112,116) RS1/16S471J R 1203 (A,81,31) RS1/4SA471J R 1431 (B,94,118) RS1/16S102J...

  • Page 133

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. R 1530 (B,55,66) RS1/16S102J R 1531 (B,55,56) RS1/16S104J R 1900 (A,111,38) RS1/16S0R0J R 1532 (B,55,55) RS1/16S104J R 1901 (A,86,38) RS1/16S0R0J R 1533 (B,55,62) RS1/16S104J R 1904 (A,111,40) RS1/16S750J R 1534 (B,55,61) RS1/16S104J...

  • Page 134

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 1011 (A,121,89) 2 200 µF/16 V CCH1659(P35) C 1273 (B,117,118) CCSRCH5R0C50 C 1013 (A,138,89) 10 000 µF/16 V CCH1664(P30) C 1275 (B,121,109) CKSRYB105K10 C 1015 (B,124,114) CKSRYB102K50 C 1276 (A,119,118) CEVW100M16...

  • Page 135

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 1479 (B,94,77) CKSQYB475K10 C 1842 (A,119,77) CEHVW471M16 C 1480 (B,113,75) CKSQYB475K10 C 1843 (A,141,110) CEHVW331M16 C 1481 (B,94,75) CKSQYB475K10 C 1850 (B,44,93) CKSRYB104K25 C 1482 (B,113,73) CKSQYB475K10 C 1851 (B,44,95) CKSRYB103K50...

  • Page 136

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 2800 (B,148,69) (EW5) CKSRYB222K50 L 1510 (B,80,9) Inductor CTF1409 C 2801 (B,148,67) (EW5) CKSRYB103K50 L 1518 (B,70,22) Inductor CTF1385 L 1520 (A,65,55) Chip Ferrite Bead CTF1399 C 2802 (B,149,79) (EW5) CCSRCH220J50 C 2804...

  • Page 137

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. R 1223 (A,32,16) RS1/16SS822J R 1409 (B,38,11) RS1/16SS820J R 1224 (A,30,14) RS1/16SS563J R 1410 (B,38,13) RS1/16SS820J R 1225 (A,31,14) RS1/16SS243J R 1411 (B,36,13) RAB4CQ0R0J R 1226 (A,32,14) RS1/16SS473J R 1412 (B,35,12) RS1/16SS100J...

  • Page 138

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. R 1577 (B,73,36) RAB4CQ0R0J R 1732 (B,114,39) RS1/16SS0R0J R 1578 (B,70,24) RS1/16SS472J R 1733 (A,102,43) RS1/16SS104J R 1579 (B,72,22) RS1/16SS101J R 1734 (B,122,33) RS1/16SS221J R 1587 (B,78,16) RS1/16SS101J R 1735 (B,122,36) RS1/16SS104J...

  • Page 139

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 1112 (A,47,100) CKSRYB105K10 C 1336 (A,24,59) CKSSYB104K10 C 1113 (A,47,99) CKSRYB105K10 C 1337 (B,35,56) CKSRYB102K50 C 1114 (A,50,101) CKSSYB103K16 C 1338 (B,31,56) CKSRYB102K50 C 1121 (B,35,88) CKSSYB221K50 C 1339 (A,22,56) CKSRYB102K50...

  • Page 140

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 1549 (A,70,38) CKSSYB104K10 S 1203 Spring Switch(DISC SENS) CSN1069 C 1550 (B,74,12) CKSSYB104K10 S 1204 Spring Switch(DISC SENS) CSN1070 C 1551 (B,72,12) CKSSYB104K10 C 1552 (B,74,14) CKSSYB104K10 S 1205 Spring Switch(8 cm) CSN1070...

  • Page 141

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. IC 6607 IC(EW5) PE5540A Q 6501 (B,93,11) Transistor UMD3N IC 6609 (B,112,53) IC TC7WH08FU Q 6601 (A,99,75) Transistor 2SA1576 IC 6610 (B,53,94) IC TC74VHC125FTS1 Q 6602 (B,119,58) Transistor 2SC4081 IC 6611 (B,162,15) IC...

  • Page 142

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. D 5901 (B,99,26) Diode 1SS355 L 5246 (A,128,112) Inductor CTF1384 D 5921 (B,111,31) Diode 1SS355 L 5247 (B,124,101) Inductor CTF1389 D 5941 (B,96,87) Diode HZU7R5(B3) L 5248 (A,126,112) Inductor CTF1306 D 5942 (B,96,89) Diode...

  • Page 143

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. L 5804 (A,148,13) Inductor CTF1334 L 6607 (B,111,56) Inductor CTF1410 L 5805 (A,130,13) Inductor CTF1334 L 6608 (A,121,57) Inductor CTF1410 L 5806 (A,151,17) Inductor CTF1306 L 6609 (A,116,69) Inductor CTF1410 L 5807 (A,153,17) Inductor...

  • Page 144

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. R 5108 (B,159,56) RS1/16S0R0J R 5444 (B,126,68) RS1/16S101J R 5110 (B,162,32) RS1/16S101J R 5445 (B,140,54) RS1/16S104J R 5111 (B,155,31) RS1/16S101J R 5446 (B,126,66) RS1/16S393J R 5112 (B,150,42) RS1/10S750J R 5447 (B,128,66) RS1/16S683J...

  • Page 145

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. R 5545 (B,45,104) RS1/16S103J R 5906 (B,95,30) RS1/16S513J R 5546 (B,44,104) RS1/16S223J R 5907 (B,96,28) RS1/16S513J R 5908 (B,100,35) RS1/16S102J R 5547 (B,27,98) RS1/16S103J R 5548 (B,47,100) RS1/16S103J R 5909 (B,92,28) RS1/16S102J...

  • Page 146

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. R 6259 (B,44,64) RS1/16S8203D R 6613 (B,90,40) RS1/16S104J R 6260 (B,40,51) RS1/10S100J R 6614 (B,90,37) RS1/16S104J R 6262 (B,46,48) RS1/16S184J R 6615 (A,93,58) RS1/16S302J R 6263 (B,46,49) RS1/16S100J R 6616 (B,99,46) RS1/16S104J...

  • Page 147

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. R 6804 (A,48,9) RS1/16S0R0J C 5422 (A,126,65) CEVW220M16 R 6810 (B,42,12) RS1/16S473J C 5423 (B,134,78) CKSRYB105K10 R 6812 (B,37,6) RS1/16S0R0J C 5424 (B,146,70) CKSRYB105K10 R 6813 (B,30,10) RS1/16S103J C 5425 (B,136,75) CCSRCH391J50...

  • Page 148

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 5554 (A,49,118) CCSRCH121J50 C 6219 (A,56,42) 10 µF CCG1223 C 5555 (B,32,34) CCSRCH471J50 C 6220 (A,56,68) 10 µF CCG1223 C 5558 (A,52,118) CKSRYB104K50 C 6221 (A,56,45) 10 µF CCG1223 C 5571 (A,85,52)

  • Page 149

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 6604 (B,104,54) CKSRYB104K50 S 3001 Push Switch CSG1155 C 6605 (A,122,69) CKSRYB153K50 S 3002 Push Switch CSG1155 C 6606 (A,125,74) CKSRYB104K50 S 3003 Push Switch CSG1155 C 6607 (A,116,67) CKSRYB104K50 S 3004...

  • Page 150

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Q 101 (A,8,37) Transistor UMX2N L 40 (A,24,72) Inductor CTF1306 Q 102 (A,10,37) Transistor UMT2N L 41 (A,23,72) Inductor CTF1306 Q 181 (A,102,67) FET RSQ035P03 L 42 (A,22,72) Inductor CTF1306 Q 182 (A,109,67) FET...

  • Page 151

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. L 100 (A,116,49) Choke Coil 18 µH CTH1250 R 108 (A,6,42) RS1/16S101J L 101 (A,11,56) Inductor LCKAW101J2520 R 111 (A,6,38) RS1/16S153J L 102 (A,14,55) Inductor LCKAW101J2520 R 112 (A,11,33) RS1/16S153J L 105...

  • Page 152

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. R 258 (A,114,37) (UC) RS1/16S473J R 757 (B,59,13) RS1/10S152J R 260 (A,111,35) RS1/16S473J R 758 (B,59,15) RS1/10S152J R 261 (A,113,37) RS1/16S473J R 759 (A,62,18) (UC) RS1/10S751J R 263 (A,111,32) RS1/16S473J R 759...

  • Page 153

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 39 (A,31,77) CKSRYB104K25 C 164 (A,18,35) CKSRYB104K25 C 40 (A,30,77) CKSRYB104K25 C 181 (A,85,76) CKSQYF105Z25 C 41 (A,31,74) CKSSYF104Z16 C 182 (A,96,81) CKSQYF105Z25 C 42 (A,31,81) CKSSYF104Z16 C 183 (B,94,82) CKSRYB104K25...

  • Page 154

    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 253 (A,123,42) CKSSYF104Z16 C 257 (A,90,47) CSZSR330M10 C 258 (A,88,45) CKSSYF104Z16 Unit Number : CZW5026 C 261 (A,102,42) CKSSYF104Z16 C 301 (B,105,21) CKSRYB105K6R3 Unit Name : Main PCB Unit C 302 (B,103,17) CKSSYF104Z16...

  • Page 155: Adjustment

    6. ADJUSTMENT 6.1 JIG CONNECTION DIAGRAM CDE8077 GGD1284 (used in the product) AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 156

    GGD1284 AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 157: Dvd Adjustment

    6.2 DVD ADJUSTMENT - Skew adjustment If any of the following replacements have been performed on the system, adjustments for pick up, must be conducted: 1. Pick up unit replacement 2. Spindle motor replacement 3. Carriage chassis replacement 4. Pick up unit main shaft replacement 5.

  • Page 158

    Symptoms in case of poor adjustment: Error efficiency deteriorated: 10 (Optimum value: 10 or lower) High jitter of the RF signal RF waveform deformed Unstable operation in tracking closing and servo control Caution: Avoid exposing your eyes to laser beams for a long time. Preparation for adjustment: Clean both ends of the shafts.

  • Page 159

    - Back end section check flow chart Start Are all reproduced images and sounds normal? Go to the F.E. Is the F.E. section section check normal? Are all power supply voltages Are all clocks operating normally? streaming I/F Is the audio circuit operating normally? the video circuit operating...

  • Page 160

    Check 1: Are all power supply voltages normal? Reproduce DVD-REF-A1 Title 1. Verify the voltage of the sensing pin. If results are not satisfactory, check to see if there are any problems with the resin flux cored solder, parts and components. Verification location Rated value Unit...

  • Page 161

    Check 2: Are all clocks operating normally? Reproduce DVD-REF-A1 Title 1. Checks are to be conducted with a GND reference. If locations listed under "verification location 2", can be verified, there will be no need to perform verifications for the locations listed under "verification location 1." If the result is not satisfactory, check to see if there are any problems with the resin flux cored solder, parts and components, in the vicinity of IC1507.

  • Page 162

    Clock generator System Computer I/F AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 163

    Check 3: Is the streaming I/F operating normally? Reproduce DVD-REF-A1 Title 1. Checks are to be conducted with a GND reference. If the locations listed under "verification location 2" can be verified, then there is no need to conduct verifications for the locations listed under "verification location 1."...

  • Page 164

    MPEG stream System Computer I/F AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 165

    Check 4: Is the audio circuit operating normally? Reproduce DVD-REF-A1 Title 2 Chapter (48V/16-bit/1 kHz/0dB). Verify the circuit described in Figure 2. Checks are to be conducted using GNDAU1 (sensing pins) as a reference. If the locations, listed under "verification location 2", can be verified, there is no need to conduct verifications for the locations listed under "verification location 1."...

  • Page 166

    System Computer I/F AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 167

    Check 5: Is the video circuit operated normally? Reproduce DVD-REF-A1 Title 2 Chapters (White 100IRE). Monitor the output with the oscilloscope, by setting the COMPO signal to a GND reference. Set the Trigger mode to the TV trigger, and the Trigger line to line-150. Verification location Rated value Reference (sensing pin)

  • Page 168

    System Computer I/F AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 169

    Check 6: Is SDRAM I/F operating normally? Reproduce DVD-REF-A1 Title 1. Check the conductivity of both the "Verification location 1" and the "Verification location2." If the result is not satisfactory, check to see if there are any problems with the resin flux cored solder, parts and components, in areas where a problem occurs, for the overall sequence of “output "...

  • Page 170

    System Computer I/F K4S641632H-TC75 AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 171

    Check 7: Is the microprocessor operating normally? Check the conductivity of both the "Verification location 1" and the "Verification location2." If the result is not satisfactory, check to see if there are any problems with the resin flux cored solder, parts and components, in areas where a problem occurs, for the overall sequence of "output –...

  • Page 172

    MPEG stream AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 173

    Note:1 The encircled number denote measuring pointes in the circuit diagram. 2 Reference voltage VHALF : 1.65V ! CH1: STD1 % CH1: AVRTM % CH1: AVRTM @ CH2: STD4 ^ CH2: STCLK ^ CH2: STCLK 5V/div. 2µs/div. 5V/div. 50µs/div. 5V/div. 2µs/div. # CH3: STD7 &...

  • Page 174: Video Level Adjustment

    6.3 VIDEO LEVEL ADJUSTMENT - Adjustment Point Audio Unit(SIDE A) Audio Unit(SIDE B) CSYNCO AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 175

    AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 176: Pll Adjustment

    6.4 PLL ADJUSTMENT <How to adjust VR of PLL area> [Purpose] When parts shown below are replaced, adjustment is required. IC4001 inside the CC unit Part replacement on PLL circuit area block on the CC unit. • [The sign of insufficient adjustment] Distortion of the screen (Please refer to the pictures below.) [Method]...

  • Page 177

    A side of the CC unit The scale-up of A side of the CC unit 4001 [When adjustment is improper.]Distortion of the navigation screen AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 178: Monitor Unit Adjustment

    6.5 MONITOR UNIT ADJUSTMENT - Adjustment Point Monitor Unit(SIDE B) VM12 CVBS INVPUL V33 V25 VFL2 G05 R02 B03 B04 CSYNC YSIN AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 179

    AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 180

    AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 181

    AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 182

    AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 183

    AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 184

    G EEPROM adjustment mode [Operation Specification] • For displaying OSD, install a jig (GGF1416 and GGF1463) for monitor adjustment onto Service OSD connector for CN5. • When ACC is turned ON with [EPRTES/EPTESA] terminal in Low status, shift to [Flicker adjustment mode] will occur. •...

  • Page 185: Contents

    [Display specification of each mode] Examples of actual OSD display are shown within the heavy line frame. Numerical values in the adjusted values to be written are the segment that changes according to the adjustment for each screen. The adjustment details and the item display are items for design review and line adjustment. I Flicker adjustment mode Adjusted value Adjustment...

  • Page 186

    [R,G,BOUT BIAS] Indicated value (=Adjusted value) EEPROM written value Double screen IC register value (DEC) (DEC) (BIN) 0111 (MAX) 0110 • • • • • • 0001 0000 (TYP) 1111 • • • • • • 1001 1000 (MIN) [RGB,CMP CNTRST] Indicated value (=Adjusted value) EEPROM written value Double screen IC register value...

  • Page 187

    Indicated value (=Adjusted value) EEPROM written value Double screen IC register value (DEC) (DEC) (BIN) 0111 (MAX) 0110 • • • • • • 0001 0000 (TYP) 1111 • • • • • • 1001 1000 (MIN) I Line adjustment 3 mode Adjusted value Adjustment Written value...

  • Page 188

    I Line adjustment 5 mode Adjusted value Adjustment Written value Settings Item display range (DEC) LINE5 Sub horizontal enhancer gain [0-3] S H GAIN Sub horizontal enhancer limiter [0-3] S H LIMIT Sub horizontal enhancer f0 [0-1] S H F0 Sub vertical enhancer gain [0-3] S V GAIN...

  • Page 189

    I Line adjustment 7 mode Adjusted value Adjustment Written value Settings Item display range (DEC) LINE7 Main PLL 0 [0-255] MAIN PLL 0 Main PLL 1 [0-255] MAIN PLL 1 Main PLL 2 [0-255] MAIN PLL 2 Main PLL 3 [0-255] MAIN PLL 3 FFFF...

  • Page 190

    I Parameter setting mode for DIMMER Adjusted value Adjustment Written value Settings Item display range (HEX) Backlight output max value [0-255] BL MAX DIMMER Backlight output min value [0-255] BL MIN Dimmer threshold value (High) [0-255] REF H Dimmer threshold value (Low) [0-255] REF L Outside light point (High)

  • Page 191: Test Mode

    6.6 TEST MODE 06 Overseas Navigation Test Mode Ver 1.00 1. Test mode startup procedure 1. Press the RESET and EJECT buttons simultaneously while +Battery, 2. Release only the RESET button. 3. Release the EJECT button when the password input screen is displayed. 4.

  • Page 192

    3. Test mode menu [PAGE 1] Test item Description of test Version Infomation Display of various data ♦ Navigation platform, navigation platform recovery image, boot loader, CPU core, application program and GPS program versions ♦ Navigation destination data, TV model information, information for GPS destination, hard disk version data, volume data ♦...

  • Page 193

    Test item Description of test GPS assessment Display of GPS conditions SENSOR test Display of G sensor, gyro value, power supply voltage value, temperature and attachment conditions RGB Test Display in order of red (FULL)→green (FULL)→blue (FULL)→white (FULL)→color pattern CD-ROM Read Test CD-ROM decoder testing ServMecha Various tests on the machine...

  • Page 194

    Description of items Item Item description Information displayed File name ****** Platform Displays the version for the system ]→Version for system software OS block (FLASH) EU060PLT.EXE software OS block (FLASH). [ UNKNOWN ]→Version acquisition failure or no program ****** Recovery Displays the version of the ]→Version of the recovery software in EU060PLT.EXE...

  • Page 195

    I Version information screen [PAGE 3] <<Key operation>> [ TRK> ] Proceeds to the next page • • • • [ AV ] Escapes the version information display screen and returns to the menu screen. • • • • • • • • Description of items Item Description of item...

  • Page 196

    1. Reading drive selection screen (driver error, system error) 2. Forced termination error log display screen (forced termination error history) 3. Media selection screen (log file copy) 4. Debug serial switch screen (debug serial switch) 5. Deletion of error history selection screen (deletion of error history) G Drive selection screen 1.

  • Page 197

    G RAM drive system error history screen [Description] ♦ Tick number : Counter value for beginning count from OS startup. 1 count is equivalent to 10msec. G FLASH drive system error history screen G Error history at forced reset [Description] ♦...

  • Page 198

    G Deletion of error history screen 1. Deletion of driver, and error log 2. Deletion of forced reset error history G Deletion of driver/error log screen G Deletion of error history at forced reset screen AVIC-Z1/UC...

  • Page 199

    Test Mode Touch Panel Test Operation Specifications G Touch panel test • Description of operation [AV] (main unit) key : Returns to the test mode main menu. Touch panel : The coordinates of the pressed point will be displayed by 2-axis horizontal and vertical lines. •...

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    G Adjustment mode for service COM DC − Common inversion output center value: Line setting default value = 92 • Description of operation [AV] (main unit) key : Returns to monitor test mode menu. [TRK ←] (main unit) key : Moves DOWN the setting value. [TRK →] (main unit) key : Moves UP the setting value.

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    G Outermost rim test • Description of operation [AV] (main unit) key : Returns to monitor test mode menu. [Navigation] (main unit) key : Terminates setting. Touch panel : Outermost rim is set up by touching the range than can be pressed (outer rim). •...

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    G Touch panel confirmation • Description of operation [AV] (main unit) key : Returns to monitor test mode menu. [Navigation] (main unit) key : Returns to touch panel test mode menu. Touch panel : An optional point on screen is pressed. •...

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    • "Cursor turns red" if the displayed cursor position cannot be pressed, and it moves to the "next cursor" when it is pressed properly. • "OK" is displayed for about 2 seconds when touching is completed at 17 points and "NG" when it is closed by pressing the [Navigation] key during test, and it returns to the touch panel test mode menu.

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    • If " " is shown on the right of an item, the item has already been set up or corrected. Match the cursor there and execute initialization to eliminate " " (ex.: initialization of outermost rim). Test mode port test specifications G Port test screen The status of each port is displayed as Hi / Low.

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    Specification of sensor test screen G Test screen G-SENSOR Display of G sensor voltage value GYRO Display of GYRO voltage value POWER Display of power supply voltage value FIT UP Display of attachment status Display Status • NG Attachment position NG •...

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    Test Mode Operation Specification Document for Mecha Service 1. About the test for Mecha service [ Mecha ServiceTest - TestTop - ] screen Mecha Version: Version of the macha used [1] FE TestMode FE test mode startup ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ [2] EDC-1 TestMode EDC-1 mode (DVD only): EDC test is executed successively.

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    [ Mecha ServiceTest - FE Test Power On - ] screen [1] Forcus Close Closes Focus. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • [2] CRG + (Start/Stop) Moves the carriage to the rim or stops the carriage. •...

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    [ Mecha ServiceTest - FE Test T.Bal - ] screen [1] Tracking Close Closes the tracking • • • • • • • • [2] CRG + (Start/Stop) Moves the carriage to the rim or stops the carriage. • • • [3] CRG −...

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    F.Bal (0) : FBAL coefficient (layer 0) F.Bal (1) : FBAL coefficient (layer 1) T.Gain (0) : Tracking gain coefficient (layer 0) T.Gain (1) : Tracking gain coefficient (layer 1) F.Gain (0) : Focus gain coefficient (layer 0) F.Gain (1) : Focus gain coefficient (layer 1) AS Normal (0) : AS normalization adjustment value (layer 0) AS Normal (1) : AS normalization adjustment value (layer 1)

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    [ Mecha ServiceTest - EDC-1 mode Layer Select - ] screen Layer : Currently tested layer : Currently tested ID [1] Select Layer 0 Selects layer 0 • • • [2] Select Layer 1 Selects layer 1 • • • [3] Disc Eject Ejects the disc.

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    If the reference voltage is connected to GND by mis- 1) Precautions take, turn the regulator OFF immediately, or turn the This product uses 5V and 3.3V as standard voltages. power OFF. The electrical potential that is the reference for signals, •...

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    - Front-End test mode flow chart Start test mode Test mode In Note 1: At this stage select the media type. Various settings are carried out according to the media selection made here. Note 2: While measurements are being taken, only the operation, for which the measurement is being taken, is allowed.

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    EDC1 EDC2 mode mode 0000 0000 0000 0000 Layer 0 Layer 1 Layer 0 Layer 1 selected selected selected selected 0000 0000 0000 0000 0100 0000 0100 0000 1003 0000 1003 0000 1103 0000 1103 0000 Layer0:10** **** Layer0:10** **** Layer1:11** **** Layer1:11** **** designation...

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    6.7 TEST DISC 1. Start/Shutdown 1-1. Start After inserting the test disc, the title "06 INTERNATIONAL NAVI TESTDISC:GGV1194" will appear. After the title is displayed, the main menu will be displayed. Test Disc (Manual Check Version) Title Screen -2. Shutdown No operation is required.

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    3-1(4-1). Microphone Input Line Test(not for service) • Signals are relayed in the following order: MICIN → ADC-L → Inside ASIC → DAC-L → Jig → ADC-R → Inside ASIC → DAC-R → SP line Put audio signals into MICIN and test the audio output and input level. •...

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    3-2(4-2). Testing of External Input • When starting the test, set VTR 1 input ON and switch the source to VTR. When finishing the test, set the VTR 1 input OFF and switch the source to OFF. • During the test, input parking brake signals (GND). •...

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    3-5(4-5). External connection test • The status of the items shown above will be renewed every around 0.5 second. • When the gyro is in operation, beep sound comes out while G sensor is in action. Gyro under operating conditions : Low pitched sound (440Hz) G sensor in action : High pitched sound (660Hz) AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    • OK/NG judgment conditions NOK/NG judgment of Gyro output values (Determine differences between Gyro output value and Offset standard values and make OK/NG judgment.) Offset standard value : 2.5[V] • Within ±0.15[V] : Output voltage OK (OK display) • Within ±0.15 - ±0.30[V] : Secular change tolerance (USABLE display) •...

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    3-6(4-6). GPS reception Check • Conditions for GPS signal reception are shown below: • Test OK criteria: Antenna connection is OK. • Data can be acquired from more than one satellite. • Time is displayed. • • When all the conditions are satisfied, the background color turns blue. •...

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    • Push down "MAP" key, clearing will start. • Clear Sensor. (clear SENSOR STUDY data on HDD (USER \ SYSTEM \ GPS related) and SENSOR STUDY data region of GPS unit.) • Clear HDD user data area. (MSV, USER \ RW, USER \ RW \ HOLD, USER \ SETUP, USER \ RACKUP shall be deleted.) •...

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    <Clearing of HDD user area Error list> Shown below are errors which occur when HDD user area is cleared. Displayed errors Error factors Delete file not found When no files or directory to be deleted are found, this will be displayed. However, this is not an error as HDD has no files to delete.

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    3-10(4-10). Soft Version Display • Software version will be displayed. • Using [←→] key, pages can be turned. • Use [↓] key to move to the next item. • ROM's location for each microcomputer is indicated as "------", ROM's location is not indicated. •...

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    3-12(4-12). Data communication (Open check) • Perform SIO connection open check. • Do not connect anything to the terminal of each channel. It is OK when the terminal is open. • Use [MAP] key to start the test. SERIAL I/O #2(XM) is displayed UC model only.

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    • When this test starts, NAVI link setting of AUTO ANTENNA will also function. • Push down [MAP] key, and ON/OFF of the auto antenna can be switched. • After the test is completed, use [AV] key to go back to the main menu. •...

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    • Once HDD user area is cleared, no folders exist until the next restart and no folders to be deleted are found. Then the results above will be displayed. • Although there are no files to be deleted, processing is completed normally. <HDD user region clearing Error list>...

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    • Push [MENU] key with the cursor at "Sv Stat", "Status information" will be displayed. • When this item is selected, this screen will be displayed by default. • Push [MENU] key with the cursor at "Ver & Diag", "Diag information" will be displayed. •...

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    <Error details> Error details Error factors GPS unconnected When communication between the navigation system and GPS unit is not established for some reason, this will be displayed. This can be mainly because something is wrong with the hardware. Something can be wrong with the navigation system itself, serial interface (including poor serial connection), and GPS unit.

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    <Sound File List> File identification File contents ADPCM fixation 11K 1K L 1KHz sine-wave sampled at 11KHz is reproduced. Sounds are output only from L side (Mobile phone side) ADPCM fixation 11K 1K mono 1KHz sine-wave sampled at 11KHz is reproduced. Sounds are output in mono mode. ADPCM fixation 11K 1K R 1KHz sine-wave sampled at 11KHz is reproduced.

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    4-20. File Maintenance 4-21. Graphics Test [ ↓ ] [ ↓ ] • Use keys to select patterns and [MENU] key to display images. • Pattern 1. PLAIN Use [←] [→] keys to display blue, red, pink, green, light blue, yellow, white and black. •...

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    • Select "7. NATURAL PICTURE", the image above will be displayed. 4-22. Initialization of backup variables • Initialize backup variables for system reset. • After displaying the testing screen, use [MAP] key to execute the test. • After initialization, restart the system. •...

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    7. GENERAL INFORMATION 7.1 DIAGNOSIS 7.1.1 DISASSEMBLY How to remove the case in the monitor area. Be sure to remove the case from downside. It cannot be removed from the upper side. Insert the smallest flathead screw driver of the precision screw drivers into under the 4 claws. When inserting the screw driver into the clearance between the case (sheet metal) and the grille, put it 45 degrees diagonally under the case to prevent it from touching the grille, then they will be easily loosened.

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    - Removing the Monitor Assy Remove the two screws. (Fig.2) Monitor Assy Fig.2 (2) Remove the screw to remove the Cover. Do not pull the connecting flexible cable. (Fig.3) (3) Remove the flexible cable from the connector to remove the Monitor Assy. Push the lid of the con up with the top of precision screwdriver (minus), and then remove the flexible cable.

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    - Removing the Case Unit (Fig.4) Guide Remove the two screws and then remove the Guide. Remove the four screws. Remove the five screws and then remove the Case Unit. Insert a flat screwdriver (2mm in width) selected among precision-type screwdrivers into four tabs shown below.

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    - Removing the DVD Mechanism Module (Fig.6) Remove the four screws. Disconnect the connector and then remove the DVD Mechanism Module. Caution: When assembling or disassembling the DVD mechanism module, be sure to hold the external side. When lifting the DVD mechanism module, lift it from the front side to avoid a burden on the connected connector.

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    - Removing the Hard Disk Unit (Fig.9) 1. Insert tweezers into holes (four places) near the circumference of shield top surface, and lift the shield gradually with the tweezers. Remove the four screws. Disconnect the connector and then remove the Hard Disk Unit.

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    - Removing the Chassis Unit (Fig.11) Remove the three screws and then remove the Chassis Unit. Chassis Unit Fig.11 - Removing the Audio Unit (Fig.12) Remove the screw. Straighten the tab at location indicated. Remove the four screws and then remove the Audio Unit.

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    - Precautions on handling the mechanism module 1. Hold the upper and main frames. 2. Do not hold the front portion of the upper frame. It is a delicate part. 3. Do not touch the switches on the top panel. 4.

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    - Removing the pickup unit 1. Remove the module pc board in accordance with the procedure of "Removing the module pc board.” 2. While holding the pickup case, remove the skew screw (main). 3. Lifting the end of the pickup rack, slide the main shaft, and remove the pickup unit. Notes: Replacing the pickup unit requires the skew adjustment.

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    7.1.2 PCB LOCATIONS UNIT COMPOUND COMPOUND AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    7.1.3 CONNECTOR FUNCTION DESCRIPTION AV BUS BLUETOOTH EXTENSION 2523211917151311 9 7 5 3 1 2 4 6 8 10 262422201816141210 8 6 4 2 1 3 5 7 9 DT2- GNDR 1 : GTOEX 6 : HYOKA TCHC/ 2 : EXTOG 7 : CTOTA 3 : GND 8 : TATOC...

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    7.2 IC NJM2730F BA00CC0WT TC7WH14FU TC7SH04FUS1 PAL007B BD5335FVE TC7SH32FUS1 NJM2505F TC74LCX245FTS1 TC7PA53FU BH7236AF TC7MZ245FK TC7WH34FK NJM3403AV LM56BIMM NJM2125F TPS2051AD TC74VHC04FTS1 TC74LCX244FTS1 TC74VHC541FTS1 S-1132B25-U5 K4S641632H-TC75 TC7SET04FUS1 S-1132B15-U5 PD6527A HA12241FP TC7MBL3244AFK UPB1027GS UPD4721GSS1 BR93L56FJ-W ADC12H034CIMSAS1 BD3931HFP OZ964ISN LC72720YVSS1 TC74VHC32FTS1 TK15405BMI TC74VHCT125AFTS1 NJM2060V TC74VHC125FTS1 TC7SH04FUS1 NJM2730F...

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    TC74LCX244FTS1 K4S641632H-TC75 20 VCC 1 1oe DQ15 VDDQ VSSQ 19 2oe 2 1A1 DQ14 A0-A11 : Address input DQ13 18 1Y1 BA0-BA1 : Bank select address 3 2Y4 VSSQ VDDQ DQ0-DQ15 : Data input/output CLK : Clock input DQ12 17 2A4 CKE : Clock enable 4 1A2 cs : Chip select...

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    UPB1027GS IF-MIXin Vcc(IF-IMX) GND(IF-MIX) (IF-IMX) RF-MIXout IF-MIXout Vcc(RF-MIX) GND(2ndIF-AMP) RF-MIXin 2ndIFin1 GND(RF-MIX) 2ndIFin2 1/25 Vcc(1stLO-OSC) 2ndIFbypass 1stLO-OSC1 Vcc(2ndIF-AMP) 1stLO-OSC2 2ndIFout GND(1stLO-OSC) TCXOout Vcc(phase detector) Vcc(reference block) PD-Vout3 TCXOin PD-Vout2 GND(divider block) PD-Vout1 LOout GND(phase detector) Vcc(divider block) ADC12H034CIMSAS1 AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    - Pin Functions(LC72720YVSS1) Pin No. Pin Name Function and Operation VREF Reference voltage output MPXIN Base band (multiplexed) signal input Vdda Analog system power supply (+ 5 V) Not used Vssa Analog system GND FLOUT Sub carrier output (filter output) Sub carrier input (comparator input) Not used Test input (connect to GND)

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    PAL007B NJM2505F VGND VOUT AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    BH7236AF VIDEO REGULATOR DRIVER DRIVER SYNC DELAY CLAMP MODULATOR MODULATOR PHASE PULSE PULSE SHIFTER NJM3403AV AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    TPS2051AD TC74VHC541FTS1 1 g1 20 VCC 2 A1 19 G2 3 A2 18 Y1 17 Y2 4 A3 16 Y3 5 A4 6 A5 15 Y4 7 A6 14 Y5 13 Y6 8 A7 12 Y7 9 A8 10 GND 11 Y8 TC7SET04FUS1 IN A...

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    HA12241FP -BUS +BUS BIAS DRIVER OUTPUT (current) RECEIVER OUTPUT R out UPD4721GSS1 BD3931HFP Reference Voltage AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    TC74VHC32FTS1 TC74VHCT125AFTS1 TC74VHC125FTS1 14 VCC 1 1A 14 VCC 1 1g 13 4B 2 1B 13 4g 2 1A 12 4A 3 1Y 12 4A 3 1Y 4 2A 11 4Y 4 2g 11 4Y 10 3B 5 2B 10 3g 5 2A 9 3A 6 2Y...

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    TC74LCX245FTS1 TC7MZ245FK 20 VCC 1 DIR LM56BIMM 19 oe 2 A1 18 B1 3 A2 17 B2 4 A3 16 B3 5 A4 15 B4 6 A5 7 A6 14 B5 13 B6 8 A7 12 B7 9 A8 11 B8 10 GND TC74VHC04FTS1 S-1132B25-U5...

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    TC7MBL3244AFK 1A1,2A1 1B1,2B1 1A4,2A4 1B4,2B4 BR93L56FJ-W 1OE,2OE VCC : Power Supply GND : Ground CS : Chip select control input SK : Serial data clock input DI : Serial data input DO : Serial data output NC : Not used OZ964ISN I = 3 uA NDR_B...

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    - FM/AM Tuner Unit 10 9 8 18 19 20 21 IC 5 IC 3 EEPROM 3.3 V 5.0 V AM ANT FMRF IC 2 2.5 V IC 1 FM ANT 3.3 V FMRF MIXER, IF AMP DET, FM MPX, RDS DECODER RF adj ANT adj...

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    8. OPERATIONS AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    AVIC-Z1/UC...

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    - Jigs List Jig No. Name Remarks GGD1455 122-Pin Extension Cable Navi Mother PCB <-> CC Unit GGD1170 40-Pin FFC DVD Mechanism Module <--> Navi Mother PCB GGD1284 40-Pin FFC BBR DVD Mechanism Module <--> HDD Unit GGD1327 20-Pin Extension Cord Navi Mother PCB <->...

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    PIONEER CORPORATION 4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A. PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936 PIONEER CORPORATION 2006 K-ZZD.MAR.

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    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.

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    [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.

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    CONTENTS SAFETY INFORMATION ............................. 2 1. SPECIFICATIONS ............................5 2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST ......................6 2.1 PACKING ..............................6 2.2 EXTERIOR..............................7 3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .................... 8 3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM ............................. 8 3.2 BLUETOOTH ASSY..........................10 4.

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    1. SPECIFICATIONS ND-BT1/E5...

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    2. 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.

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    2.2 EXTERIOR To remove the #1 screw, use a torques screwdriver(T6)(GGK1072) EXTERIOR SECTION PARTS LIST Mark No. Description Part No. Screw BPZ20T100FTB Cord Assy CDE7963 Cover CNS8686 Case CNS8741 Bluetooth Assy CWN1211 Connector(CN1051) CKS5270 Shield CND3026 Shield CND3027 Insulator CNM9813 Antenna(ANT1001) CTX1095 ND-BT1/E5...

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    3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM BLUETOOTH ASSY 3.3V BT3V REGULATOR RESET CN1051 IC1081 IC1051 BD5230FVE NJM2391DL1-33 BLUETOOTH MODULE BT5V SIOF_SS2 Y1001 Q1001 CWX3131 BTTEST BLUETOOTH RESETP Q1041 ANTENNA BTRST RSTN SIOF_RXD BCLK SIOF_SCK ANT1001 CODEC BTMUTE RF_I/O SIOF_TXD MUTEN...

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    ND-BT1/E5...

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    3.2 BLUETOOTH ASSY Note: When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to " EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST" or "ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST". BLUETOOTH ASSY BLUETOOTH ANTENNA ND-BT1/E5...

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    1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 Pin Name Pin Name DT2- (NC) MICIN (NC) TELOUT BT_TX (NC) BT_CTS AGND BT_RX BOOT_E BT_RST BT_RTS...

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    4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM 4.1 BLUETOOTH ASSY BLUETOOTH ASSY NOTE FOR PCB DIAGRAMS 1.The parts mounted on this PCB include all necessary parts for several destination. For further information for respective destinations, be sure to check with the schematic dia- gram.

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    SIDE A BLUETOOTH ANTENNA ND-BT1/E5...

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    BLUETOOTH ASSY ND-BT1/E5...

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    SIDE B ND-BT1/E5...

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    5. 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. •...

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    Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 1021 (A,9,11) CCSRCH101J50 C 1022 (A,11,8) CCSRCH101J50 C 1023 (A,8,13) CKSRYB105K10 C 1024 (A,9,5) CKSRYB105K10 C 1026 (A,11,5) CKSRYB105K10 C 1031 (A,17,21) CCSRCH101J50 C 1032 (A,15,21) CKSRYB105K10 C 1033 (A,18,24) CKSRYB105K10 C 1034 (A,14,22) CKSRYB105K10 C 1041...

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    6. ADJUSTMENT 6.1 BLUETOOTH TEST MODE - Bluetooth Test Mode (when using BT Built-in mobile phone) 0. Specifications for BT Built-in mobile phone A mobile phone supporting Bluetooth Ver.1.1 and mounting HFP and OPP is required. Models with which connection has been verified are recommended. *HFP : Hands-Free Profile, OPP : Object Push Profile Recommneded mobile phone model;...

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    4. Procedure for checking Display Operation Method ND-BT1/E5 will be connected to the connectable product, and start. Select [Menu] [Settings] [Hardware] [Conection Status]. Make sure on the left screen that the items under Phone Conn- ection Status are indicating [OK]. In this case, because registration of the BT telephone has not been completed, level indication of the antenna bar is not displ- ayed even though the status is indicated as OK.

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    - Bluetooth Test Mode (using spectrum analyzer) 1. Cautions If there is a spectrum analyzer supporting 2.4 GHz at the service site, confirmation of transmission carrier becomes possible. Since ND-BT1/E5 cannot operate singly, the AVIC-HD1/EW5 or AVIC-Z1/UC is required. Carrier existence is checked by removing the product case and applying the probe onto the "ANT"...

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    Display Operation Method Bring the cursor to [TX Frequency], and push [OK] button. As the selectable frequencies will be displayed on the right side of the screen, bring the cursor by using up/down cursor and push [OK] button. 00 : 2 402 MHz (default value) 27 : 2 441 MHz 4E : 2 480 MHz...

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    7. GENERAL INFORMATION 7.1 DIAGNOSIS 7.1.1 DISASSEMBLY Removing the Case (Fig.1) Case Remove the four screws by tolcs driver (GGK1072) and then remove the Case. Fig.1 Removing the Bluetooth Assy (Fig.2) Remove the solder. Remove the Bluetooth Assy. Bluetooth Assy Fig.2 ND-BT1/E5...

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    7.1.2 CONNECTOR FUNCTION DESCRIPTION TO NAVIGATION UNIT 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 Pin Name Pin Name DT2- (NC) MICIN (NC) TELOUT BT_TX...

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    7.2 IC AK2301A - Pin Layout 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 9 10 11 12 - Block Diagram VFTN VFTP AMPT BCLK PCM I/F AMPR CODEC Core Internal Main Clock PLLC TAGND MUTEN VREF BGREF RSTN...

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    BD5230FVE Vref VOUT ND-BT1/E5...

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    8. OPERATIONS ND-BT1/E5...

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    ND-BT1/E5...

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    - Jigs List Name Jig No. Remarks Torques screwdriver GGK1072 Torques screwdriver (T6) ND-BT1/E5...

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    PIONEER ELECTRONICS SERVICE INC. P.O.Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760 U.S.A. PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087 Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE.LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936 C PIONEER CORPORATION 2003 K-ZZU. APR. 2003 Printed in Japan...

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    1.Circuit descriptions 1.1 Front-end processor (FEP) section (AN8703FH: IC1101) The IC1101 generates servo signals for focus and tracking operations, processes the RF signal, and controls the laser power of the pickup. For servo signal processing, the IC contains a focus operational amplifier, a focus balance adjustment circuit, a three- beam tracking operational amplifier, a phase-difference tracking detection circuit, a tracking balance adjustment circuit, and an envelope detection circuit.

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    1.1.2 Focus error (FE) generating circuit C N 1 1 0 1 57 V I N 1 21 F E N ( 4 9 V I N 5 ) F E Y F E X 1 + f 1 1 7 A D 0 –...

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    1.1.3 Tracking error (TE) generating circuit • CD (three-beam TE) CN1101 VIN12 TBAL VIN11 TEOUT 118 ADI AN8703FH MNZS26EDCUB VHALF · DVD (phase difference TE) VIN1 TEOUT Differential VHALF VIN2 TBAL Phase Det. 118 ADI VIN3 VIN4 TEY TEX TE AN8703FH MNZS26EDCUB Tracking error (TE) generating circuit...

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    1.2 Optical disc controller (SODC) section (MNZS26EDCUB: IC1301) The IC1301, an optical disc controller (SODC) for DVD-ROM/DVD players, is one of a signal processing LSI conforming to the DVD standards. This IC works as a servo controller for the focus, tracking and traverse operations, a spindle motor controller, a seek controller, a digital signal processor for DVD-ROM/RAM reproduction (8/6 demodulation and error correction), and a digital signal processor for CD-ROMs (error correction).

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    2. Focus closing Next, the pickup lens moves away from the disc to detect the focus closing levels for FE and AS signals. The focus loop filter operates to close the focus loop (3 through 6 in the above diagram). 3.

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    Tracking–on process Interval jump (one track) Toward outer tracks Toward inner tracks C X - 3 01 6...

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    Multi jump (32 tracks) Toward outer tracks Toward inner tracks Traverse seek (501 tracks) Toward outer tracks Toward inner tracks CO± Traverse seek (5,000 tracks) Toward outer tracks Toward inner tracks CO± C X - 3 01 6...

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    1.2.4 Focus jump Focus jump is used for single-sided, double-layered or double-sided, double-layered discs. The layer closest to the objective lens is called layer 0 (L0), and the other layer is layer 1 (L1). ( L a y e r 1 ) ( L a y e r 0) O b j e c t i v e l e n s The waveforms in the focus jump mode are shown below:...

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    1.3 Automatic adjustment functions This system automatically performs all circuit adjustments by combined operations of the ICs AN8703FH (FEP) and MNZS26EDCUB (SODC). Each automatic adjustment function is explained below: 1.3.1 FE, TE and AS offset cancel The analog signals FE, TE and AS, generated by the FEP, are A/D-converted by the A/D converter inside the SODC. When the power is turned on, the offset cancel works to cancel the input offset of the A/D converter.

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    For each automatic adjustment, the adjustment results can be displayed in the test mode for verification. Condition Coefficient name Power-on FE offset FC44 - 03BC FABB - 0545 TE offset EF90 - 1070 F435 - 0BCB AS offset FBBB - 0745 F8BB - 0745 Focus close Spindle gain...

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    1.4 Back-end section As described before, in the front-end processor and optical disc controller, the data is read out from a disc, and processed for demodulation and error correction. Here in the back-end section, thorough the MPEG decoding, compressed audio decoding and other processing, the data is output as video and audio signals.

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    1.4.2 Back-end clock section For the Video-type models: An oscillating crystal of 27MHz is used to generate the 27MHz buffer-out (CLK27), audio section clock (EXTCK), and front-end section clock (MCK16) signals by the IC1507. For the ROM-type model: An oscillating crystal of 16.93MHz is used to generate the front-end section clock (MCK16) signal by the IC1301. IC1503 IC1507 CLK27...

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    1.4.5 Back-end video circuit section (only for the video-type models) The composite video signal from the video DAC circuit inside the AVLSI is output from the HOST I/F via the video buffer circuit. CN1611 AVCC5 HOST I/F IC1503 AVLSI Q1501 peripheral Video buffer circuit COMP COMPO...

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    2. Mechanism descriptions Configuration CRG motor PU unit Spindle Load motor motor (CLAMP SW) 8/12 detection lever R 8/12 detection lever L C X - 3 01 6...

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    2.1 Disc loading operation 1. When a disc is inserted, the 8/12-detection levers R and L slide. Either of the switches SW1 and SW2 is shifted from ON to OFF, which triggers the operation of the loading motor. 2. For a 12cm disc, the switch SW3 is turned OFF and SW4 is ON during disc transportation. The microcomputer senses that a 12cm disc is loaded.

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    2.2 Disc centering mechanism 1. With a 12cm disc loaded, the disc pushes both of the lock arms R and L to open the centering arms R and L. Then, the clamp arm or the stopper of the centering arm R stops the disc for centering. The operation mode proceeds to the clamp operation.

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    2.3 Clamp operation 1. When an 8 or 12 cm disc is centered over the spindle, the disc detection arm moves the clamp lever. The loading rack driven by the clamp lever is engaged with the lever driving gear, which triggers the disc clamp operation. Disc detection arm Disc positioning section Clamp lever...

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    2. When pressed by the loading rack, the load lever R moves toward the front side, and the roller shaft, which is connected to the cam of the load lever R, moves downward. The roller shaft is connected to the cam of the cam ring also.

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    3. Disassembly - Precautions on handling the mechanism module 1. Hold the upper and main frames. 2. Do not hold the front portion of the upper frame. It is a delicate part. 3. Do not touch the switches on the top panel. 4.

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    - Removing the pickup unit (fig. 4)) 1. Remove the module pc board in accordance with the procedure of "Removing the module pc board.” 2. While holding the pickup case, remove the skew screw (main). 3. Lifting the end of the pickup rack, slide the main shaft, and remove the pickup unit. Notes: Replacing the pickup unit requires the skew adjustment.

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    - Removing the CRG motor ASSY (fig.5) 1. Remove the module pc board in accordance with the procedure of "Removing the module pc board.” 2. Release the CRG motor leads from the resin guide and remove the CRG flexible cable from the land. 3.

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    - Removing the load gear ASSY (fig. 7) 1. Remove the module pc board in accordance with the procedure of "Removing the module pc board.” 2. Remove the upper frame ASSY in accordance with the procedure of "Removing the upper frame ASSY.” 3.

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    Clamp lever Clamp spring bar ring Prevent the clamp lever bar ring from coming into the clamp Fig. 9 spring (the above condition is NG) Stop before this clearance becomes zero. Load lever R Loading rack Fig. 10 C X - 3 01 6...

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    - Setting the quasi-clamp mode manually (fig. 11) 1. Remove the module pc board in accordance with the procedure of "Removing the module printed circuit board.” 2. Remove the upper frame ASSY in accordance with the procedure of "Removing the upper frame ASSY.” 3.

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    - Removing the CRG ASSY (fig. 13) 1. Enter the quasi-clamp mode in accordance with the procedure of “Setting the quasi-clamp mode by driving the loading motor.” 2. Remove the module pc board in accordance with the procedure of "Removing the module pc board.” 3.

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    - Removing the roller ASSY (fig. 14) 1. Remove the module pc board in accordance with the procedure of "Removing the module pc board.” 2. Remove the upper frame ASSY in accordance with the procedure of "Removing the upper frame ASSY.” 3.

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    - Removing the dampers (fig. 15) 1. Enter the quasi-clamp mode in accordance with the procedure of “Setting the quasi-clamp mode by driving the loading motor.” 2. Remove the module pc board in accordance with the procedure of "Removing the module pc board.” 3.

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Avic-hd3/xu/ew5, Avic-z1/uc, Avic-hd1bt/ew5

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