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32"&42" Flat Wide Monitor
Service
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Table of Contents.........................................................1
Revision List................................................................2
Safety Instructions....................................................3
1. General Specifications...............................................7
2. Flat Wide Monitor Description.................................11
3. Operation Instructions..............................................12
3.1 Control Panel................................................12
3.2 Terminal Panel.......................................................13
3.3 Remote Control..............................................14
3.4 OSD Controls...................................................15
4. Input/output Specification.......................................28
4.1 Input Signal Connector.........................................28
4.2 Factory Preset Display Modes................................29
4.3 Pixel Defect Policy..........................................31
4.4 Failure Mode of Panel .....................................34
5. Block Diagram..........................................................35
5.1 Scaler Board..........................................................35
5.2 Power Board..........................................................36
6. Schematic Diagram..................................................37
6.1 Scaler Board...............................................37
ANY PERSON ATTEMPTING TO SERVICE THIS CHASSIS MUST FAMILIARIZE HIMSELF WITH THE
CHASSIS AND BE AWARE OF THE NECESSARY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO BE USED WHEN
SERVICING ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT CONTAINING HIGH VOLTAGES.
CAUTION: USE A SEPARATE ISOLATION TRANSFOMER FOR THIS UNIT WHEN SERVICING
REFER TO BACK COVER FOR IMPORTANT SAFETY GUIDELINES
Copyright 2010 Philips Consumer Lifestyle
BDL3215E/00
BDL4225E/00
Page Description
6.2 Power Board............................................................50
6.3 IR Board..........................................................55
6.4 Key Board......................................................56
7. PCB Layout......................................................57
7.1 Scaler Board...................................................57
7.2 Power Board...................................................59
7.3 IR Board.........................................................62
7.4 Key Board......................................................63
8. Wiring Diagram.................................................64
9. Scaler Board Overview.......................................66
10. Mechanical Instructions.....................................67
11. Trouble Shooting.............................................76
12. ISP Instructions.........................................................78
13. DDC Instructions.......................................................81
15. Monitor Exploded View...........................................103
16. Recommended & Spare Parts List..........................105
17. General Product Specification..........................149
SAFETY NOTICE
Subject to modification ○
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Jan. 22, 2010
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    CHASSIS AND BE AWARE OF THE NECESSARY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO BE USED WHEN SERVICING ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT CONTAINING HIGH VOLTAGES. CAUTION: USE A SEPARATE ISOLATION TRANSFOMER FOR THIS UNIT WHEN SERVICING REFER TO BACK COVER FOR IMPORTANT SAFETY GUIDELINES Copyright 2010 Philips Consumer Lifestyle Subject to modification ○ Jan. 22, 2010...
  • Page 2: Revision List

    Feb.22,2010 Update the DDC Instructions and power cord descriptions Add power cord 089G414A18N Apr.02,2010 Change IR Board to IRPCAQP2 for BDL4225E/00 May.11,2010 Add spare parts list for BDL3215E/00 and update ISP Instructions Nov.18,2010 Update the DDC Instructions on page 84...
  • Page 3: Safety Instructions

    Safety Instructions Warnings and Precautions CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. This symbol indicates high voltage is present inside. It is dangerous to make any kind of contact with any inside part of this product.
  • Page 4: Regulatory Information

    Read and follow these instructions when connecting and using your computer monitor: Unplug the monitor if you are not going to use it for an extensive period of time. Unplug the monitor if you need to clean it with a slightly damp cloth. The screen many be wiped with a dry cloth when the power is off.
  • Page 5 Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Notice (U.S. Only) This equipment s been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
  • Page 6 Please find out about the local regulations on how to dispose of your old monitor from your local Philips dealer. For Customers in Canada and USA This product may contain lead and/or mercury.
  • Page 7: General Specifications

    1. General Specifications BDL3215E Diagonal: 32″ / 80 cm diagonal Pixel Pitch: 0.511 mm / 0.51075(H)x0.51075(V) Resolution: 1366 x 768 dots Color: Over 16 million colors (depending on video card used) Display Colors: 8bit-16.7M LCD Module Brightness: 450 cd/m2(typ.) Contrast Ratio: 3000:1 (typ.) Response time: 8ms (typ.)
  • Page 8 AUDIO RCA (L/R) x2 AUDIO Input STEREO Mini Analog RGB Stereo L/R 0.5 Vrms Jack AUDIO Output RCA (L/R) Analog RGB Stereo L/R 0.5 Vrms Speaker Jack 7W + 7W (8 ohm) Speaker RS-232C In: 9 Pin D-sub Control Power Supply 1.4 –...
  • Page 9 BDL4225E Diagonal: 42.02″ / 106.731cm diagonal Pixel Pitch: 0.4845 mm (H) x 0.4845 mm(V) Resolution: 1920 x 1080 dots Color: Over 16 million colors (depending on video card used) Display Colors: 10bit-1.06 Billion colors LCD Module Brightness: 500cd /m2 (typ.) Contrast Ratio: 1400:1 (typ.) Response time:...
  • Page 10 AUDIO RCA (L/R) x2 AUDIO Input STEREO Mini Analog RGB Stereo L/R 0.5 Vrms Jack AUDIO Output RCA (L/R) Analog RGB Stereo L/R 0.5 Vrms Speaker Speaker Jack 7W + 7W (8 ohm) Control RS-232C In: 9 Pin D-sub 3.0 – 1.0 A @100 - 240 VAC, 50-60 Hz Power Supply Temperature: 5 - 40 °C (landscape), 5 - 35 °C (portrait)
  • Page 11: Flat Wide Monitor Description

    2. Flat Wide Monitor Description The Flat Wide monitor will contain a scaler board, an adapter board, an IR board and a key board. The scaler board houses the flat panel control logic, brightness control logic and DDC. The adapter board will provide AC to DC Inverter voltage to drive the backlight of panel and the scaler board chips each voltage.
  • Page 12: Operating Instructions

    3. Operating Instructions 3.1 Control Panel 1. POWER Button ( ): To switch the power on/off. 2. CH (+) Button: To move the highlight bar up to adjust the selected item while OSD menu is on, or to activate the OSD menu when the OSD menu is off. 3.
  • Page 13: Terminal Panel

    3.2 Terminal Panel Output the signal from VGA IN and RGB component. 1. AC IN Connector Connect the supplied power cord to the wall outlet. 7. HDMI IN 2. Audio OUT Connect equipment such as DVD players, HDTV Output the audio signal from AUDIO IN 1, 2, or 3 jack devices, or Set-Top-Box.
  • Page 14: Remote Control

    3.3 Remote Control ON/OFF Button: To turn PIP mode ON/OFF. INPUT Button: To select the input signal for the sub-picture. CHANGE Button: To exchange between the main picture and sub-picture. NOTE: The “PIP” and “POP” modes do not work if the screen size is “CUSTOM”...
  • Page 15: Osd Controls

    To move the highlight bar down to adjust the 15. MENU Button To turn the OSD menu on/off selected item when OSD menu is on 16. “+” Button To move the sub-picture down when in “PIP” To increase the adjustment with OSD menu mode.
  • Page 16 Main-Menu PICTURE Note: [User] picture mode is the standard one and can be changed. [STANDARD], picture mode is the standard one and cannot be changed. [sRGB] picture mode is the standard one and cannot be changed. [HIGHBRIGHT], picture mode is the standard one and cannot be changed. BRIGHTNESS Adjusts overall images and background screen brightness.
  • Page 17 NOISE REDUCTION *: INPUT S-VIDEO, VIDEO only. Adjusts the noise reduction level. Press + button to increase noise reduction level. Press - button to decrease noise reduction level. TINT *: INPUT HDMI (HDMI INPUT MODE-HD), COMPONENT, S-VIDEO, VIDEO only. Adjusts the color balance in an image. Press + button the flesh tone color becomes greenish.
  • Page 18 PICTURE RESET Selecting PICTUER RESET allows you to reset all OSD settings in “PICTURE” menu. Select “Yes” and press “SET” button to restore to factory preset data. Press “EXIT” button to cancel and then return to the previous menu. SCREEN H POSITION *: INPUT VGA and VGA (BNC) only.
  • Page 19 ZOOM MODE Selects “FULL”, “NORMAL”, “CUSTOM” or “REAL”. (INPUT HDMI, VGA, VGA (BNC) only.) Selects “FULL”, “NORMAL” “DYNAMIC”, “CUSTOM” or “REAL”. (INPUT COMPONENT, S-VIDEO, VIDEO only) Dynamic image is the same as FULL size image when HDTV signal is the input source. Selecting “REAL”...
  • Page 20 TREBLE To accentuate or reduce the high frequency sound. Press + button to increase TREBLE sound. Press - button to decrease TREBLE sound. BASS To accentuate or reduce the low frequency sound. Press + button to increase BASS sound. Press - button to decrease BASS sound. AUDIO RESET Selecting Audio reset allows you to reset all OSD settings from “AUDIO”...
  • Page 21 PIP AUDIO Selects sound source in PIP mode. When “MAIN AUDIO” is selected, you will get the sound in the main picture, when “PIP AUDIO” is selected, you will get the sound in the auxiliary picture. PIP RESET Selecting PIP Reset allows you to reset all OSD settings from PIP setting.
  • Page 22 PANEL SAVING Selects “PANEL SAVING” to reduce the risk of the “image persistence”. “BRIGHTNESS”: Selects “ON” to decrease brightness. “PIXEL SHIFT”: Image is slightly expanded periodically (Time setting for movement is required). Movement area is approximately +/- 10mm from original position. Please locate important information such as text within 90% area of the screen image.
  • Page 23 OSD TURN OFF OSD control menu will stay on as long as it is activated. In the OSD Turn Off submenu, you can select how long the monitor waits after the last touch of a button to shut off the OSD control menu. The preset choices are 5 -120 seconds.
  • Page 24 MONITOR INFORMATION Indicates the model and serial number of your monitor. BNC VIDEO MODE Selects between analog RGB component video (VGA) and analog Y PbPr component video. ADVANCED OPTION INPUT RESOLUTION *: INPUT VGA only. Manually selects the correct timing according to the input source. “Auto”/“1024x768”/“1280x768”/“1360x768”/“1366 x 768”...
  • Page 25 SCAN CONVERSION *: INPUT HDMI (HDMI INPUT MODE-HD), COMPONENT, S-VIDEO, VIDEO only. Selects IP (Interlace to Progressive) converter function. “PROGRESSIVE”: Enables the IP function, to convert interlace signal to progressive. Normally use this setting. “INTERLACE”: Disable the IP function. NOTE: This mode is better suited for motion pictures, but it might cause the problem of image retention.
  • Page 26 KEYBOARD CONTROL Selects the operation mode of the keyboard control. Select “YES” to disable the function of keyboard. Select “NO” to enable the function of keyboard. TILING “TILING” demonstrates multiple screens. This feature provides a single large screen using up to 25 monitors. It will be able to divide up to 5 each horizontal and vertical.
  • Page 27 MONITOR ID ID numbers for remote control are assigned to BDL3215E / BDL4225E monitors that are multi-connected via RS-232C. ID numbers 1 to 26 are selectable. DDC/CI Turns “ON” or “OFF” the DDC/CI communication function. Selects “ON” for normal use. SMART POWER Selecting “SMART POWER”...
  • Page 28: Input/output Specification

    4. Input/ Output Specification 4.1 Input Signal Connector 1. Analog Video Signal Input (Mini D-SUB 15P): VGA Pin No. Name Pin No. Name +5V (DDC) Video Signal Red Video Signal Green SYNC-GND Video Signal Blue DDC-SDA DDC-GND H-SYNC Red-GND V-SYNC Green-GND DDC-SCL Blue-GND...
  • Page 29: Factory Preset Display Modes

    4.2 Factory Preset Modes PC Modes: Resolution according to VESA DMT standard Specification Remark Resolution Refresh Rate Horizontal Frequency Pixel Clock 640 x 350 85 Hz 37.9 kHz 31.500 MHz 640 x 400 85 Hz 37.9 kHz 31.500 MHz 720 x 400 85 Hz 37.9 kHz 35.500 MHz...
  • Page 30 1280 x 960 120 Hz 121.9 kHz 175.500 MHz 1280 x 1024 60 Hz 64.0 kHz 108.000 MHz 1280 x 1024 75 Hz 80.0 kHz 135.000 MHz 1280 x 1024 85 Hz 91.1 kHz 157.500 MHz 1280 x 1024 120 Hz 130.0 kHz 187.250 MHz 1360 x 768...
  • Page 31: Pixel Defect Policy

    4.3 Pixel Defect Policy Philips strives to deliver the highest quality products. We use some of the industry’s most advanced manufacturing process and practice stringent quality control. However, pixel or sub pixel defects on the PDP / TFT panels used in Plasma- &...
  • Page 32 Pixel Defect Tolerances In order to qualify for repair due to pixel defects during the warranty period, a PDP / TFT panel in a Philips Plasma / LCD- display must have pixel or sub-pixel defects exceeding the tolerances listed in the following table.
  • Page 33 Model BDL3215E/BDL4225E BRIGHT DOT EFFECT ACCEPTABLE LEVEL 1 lit sub pixel 2 adjacent lit sub pixels 3 adjacent lit sub pixels (one white pixel) 50% ~ Less Dot (Weak Dot) Distance between two bright dot defects* 5 mm Total bright dot defects of all types BLACK DOT EFFECT ACCEPTABLE LEVEL 1 dark sub pixel...
  • Page 34: Failure Mode Of Panel

    4.4 Failure Mode Of Panel Quick reference for failure mode of LCD panel this page presents problems that could be made by LCD panel. It is not necessary to repair circuit board. Simply follow the mechanical Polarizer has bubbles instruction on this manual to eliminate failure by replace LCD panel. Phenomenon Failure description Vertical block defect...
  • Page 35: Block Diagram

    5. Block Diagram 5.1 Scaler Board RS-232 RS-232 Input Output Key Buttons 2N3906 2N3906 Indicators DB-9 DB-9 Thermal Sensor Thermal Sensor TX,RX TX,RX Network RS232 Driver PANEL Controller RJ-45 HIN232 GPIO GPIO Panel Contol KSZ8041TL S1S60020 Controller TX,RX GPIO TX,RX GPIO LVDS Switch...
  • Page 36: Power Board

    5.2 Power Board For BDL3215E AC Input EMI Filter +24V To Backlight and PFC Converter audio amplifier Bridge Rectifier Main Power FAN7529MX GBJ1008 L6599DTR +12V To LVDS PS_ON +5.2V AUX Converter To MCU and LD7522PS Scaler Board For BDL4225E AC Input EMI Filter +24V PFC Converter...
  • Page 37: Schematic Diagram

    6. Schematic 6.1 Scaler Board 715G3505-H DVI/RGB IN FB190 FB190 300OHM 300OHM DVI_EDID R107 R107 U435 U435 10K 1/10W 5% 10K 1/10W 5% RX1-IN RX1-IN R105 R105 10R 1/16W 5% 10R 1/16W 5% RX1- Line-1 RX1+IN RX1+IN R106 R106 10R 1/16W 5% 10R 1/16W 5% Line-2 RX1+...
  • Page 38 FB195 FB195 300OHM 300OHM HDMI IN/RGB OUT Z=100ohm CN403 R148 U405 U405 C119 R149 HDMI1_D2+ R143 R143 0R05 1/16W 0R05 1/16W HDMI_D2+ 7 C120 R150 Line-4 HDMI1_D2- R144 R144 0R05 1/16W 0R05 1/16W HDMI_D2- 7 Line-3 C121 R151 HDMI+VGA OUT HDMI1_D1+ R145 R145...
  • Page 39 BNC IN/ DP +5V_VIDSW FB104 FB104 Function Table: 3,4,6,8,9,13,14 600 OHM 600 OHM YPbPr/RGB IN C449 C449 C148 C148 C143 C143 ON Switch 100N 16V 100N 16V 10uF 16V 10uF 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V +5V_VIDSW S1A,S1B,S1C (DSUB) High S2A,S2B,S2C (BNC) CN406 CN406...
  • Page 40 MARS_Analog_IN +3.3V_ADC +1.2V_ADC FB121 FB121 +3.3V_ADC +1.2V_ADC 14 300 OHM 300 OHM R4289 R4289 C4239 C4239 CN409 CN409 12K 1/10W 12K 1/10W 470N 25V 470N 25V AAUD1IN_L AAUD1IN_L C177 C177 C178 C178 C175 C175 C179 C179 C180 C180 AAUD1IN_R C176 C176 U401B U401B...
  • Page 41 MARS_Digital_In +3.3V_HDMI +1.2V_DPRX +3.3V_HDMI 5,14 +1.2V_DPRX C4208 C4208 C4209 C4209 C4210 C4210 C4211 C4211 C4212 C4212 2U2 16V 2U2 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V C4213 C4213 C4214 C4214 C4215 C4215 C4207...
  • Page 42 +1.2V_LPM MCU5V +3.3V_LPM MARS_MCU +3.3V_I/O 12,14 +1.2V_LPM R4235 R4235 PSU_EN 12,14 +3.3V_LPM R736 R736 5K6 1/16W 5% 5K6 1/16W 5% +5V_MAIN_En +3.3V_I/O 5,12,14 +3.3V_I/O +3.3V_I/O C4219 C4219 C4220 C4220 C4217 C4217 C4221 C4221 C4218 C4218 MSTR0_SDA R4256 R4256 2U2 16V 2U2 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V...
  • Page 43 MARS_Audio +3.3V_AUD +3.3V_AUD +3.3V_AUD_FB +3.3V_AUD FB124 FB124 600 OHM 600 OHM C4238 C4238 +1.2V_AUD C4244 C4244 C4245 C4245 C4241 C4241 C4242 C4242 C4248 C4248 C4243 C4243 10uF 10V 10uF 10V 100N 16V 100N 16V 10uF 10V 10uF 10V 100N 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V...
  • Page 44 MARS_DDR2 +1.8V_DDR +1.8V_DDR +0.9V_DDR_VREF +1.8V_DDR C426 C426 +0.9V_DDR_VREF C4296 C4296 C4297 C4297 C4298 C4298 C4299 C4299 C4300 C4300 C4301 C4301 C4302 C4302 C4303 C4303 C4282 C4282 C4281 C4281 C4280 C4280 C4283 C4283 C4284 C4284 C4285 C4285 C4286 C4286 C4287 C4287 C4288 C4288 100N 16V...
  • Page 45 MARS_LVDS CONNECTOR for PANEL-TCON CN416 CN416 +3.3V_LVDS +3.3V_LVDS Option for Panel-Tcon SEL_LVDS TXA0- TXA0+ U401E U401E C4336 C4336 C4337 C4337 C4338 C4338 TXA1- TXA1+ STDP8028-AB STDP8028-AB 100N 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V 2U2 16V 2U2 16V TXA2- TXA2+ +3.3V_LVDS TXAC- TXAC+...
  • Page 46 MARS_Power/Clock/Reset +1.2V_CORE FB138 FB138 +1.2V_CORE_MARS +1.2V_CORE 120 OHM 120 OHM C4342 C4342 C4343 C4343 C4344 C4344 C4345 C4345 C4346 C4346 C4347 C4347 C4348 C4348 C4349 C4349 C4350 C4350 C4351 C4351 C4352 C4352 C4353 C4353 C4354 C4354 C4355 C4355 10uF 10V 10uF 10V 100N 16V 100N 16V...
  • Page 47 +24V AUDIO AMP FB601 FB601 AUDIO-VDD Mode POWERUP(V) ENGAGE(V) DIAG(V) 8,14 +24V 120 OHM 120 OHM L601 L601 22uH 22uH C601 C601 C603 C603 C604 C604 SLEEP <0.8 <0.8 C602 C602 0.1UF50V 0.1UF50V 0.1UF50V 0.1UF50V 330UF 20% 35V 330UF 20% 35V 330UF 20% 35V 330UF 20% 35V >2...
  • Page 48 Power CN402 C500 C4372 C4392 FB148 FB187 R434 R579 R4371 CN413 C501 C4373 C4393 FB149 FB188 R435 R745 R4372 C400 C502 C4374 C4398 FB150 FB6003 B5 R436 R746 U422 C401 C504 C4375 C4399 FB151 L401 R437 R4313 U423 C402 C505 C4376 D102 FB152...
  • Page 49 RS232/RTC/FAN CONTROL Add RTC MCU3V3 function. +5V_RTC R712 R712 +5V_RTC 8,14 MCU3V3 Q118 Q118 +5V_RTC LAN_ENA Function MCU5V MMBT3906 MMBT3906 C418 C418 C407 C407 R4391 R4391 0.1UF50V 0.1UF50V 22P 50V 22P 50V RS232 INPUT Switch to Mars Uart. 560R 1/10W 5% 560R 1/10W 5% R4379 R4379...
  • Page 50: Power Board

    6.2 Power Board 715G3676P01W30003S (for BDL3215E) Power BD901 C922 C949 D958 L932 R913 R938 R963 CN901 C923 C950 D959 L971 R914 R939 R964 CN902 C924 C951 D960 NR901 R915 R940 R965 CN903 C925 C952 D961 Q901 R916 R941 R966 C901 C926 C953 FB901...
  • Page 51 715G3862P0CW30003S (for BDL4225E) AC Input SG902 SG902 F901 F901 R901 R901 6.3A 250V 6.3A 250V 330K 1/4W 5% 330K 1/4W 5% C991 C991 220pF +-10% 220pF +-10% C9901 C9901 220pF +-10% 220pF +-10% CN901 CN901 BD901 BD901 L901 L901 L902 L902 L903 L903...
  • Page 52 Main Power R909 R909 R905 R905 R906 R906 R907 R907 R908 R908 R904 R904 T901 T901 0.1 ohm 0.1 ohm R910 R910 D901 D901 2M OHM 1/4W +-5% 2M OHM 1/4W +-5% FMWN-2308 FMWN-2308 R911 R911 LL4148 LL4148 Q901 Q901 3.0uH 3.0uH 0R05OHM1/8W...
  • Page 53 D906 D906 D922 D922 R997 R997 PFC Stage C922 A4 10 OHM 5W 10 OHM 5W NR902 NR902 C923 A4 L906 L906 1N5408-E3/73 1N5408-E3/73 1N5408-E3/73 1N5408-E3/73 C924 A1 600uH 600uH C925 A4 FB902 FB902 C926 A2 BEAD BEAD C925 C925 C927 B2 NTCR NTCR...
  • Page 54 Standby Power R954 R954 0.47 OHM +-5% 1W 0.47 OHM +-5% 1W T902 T902 POWER X'FMR POWER X'FMR R955 R955 R956 R956 C940 C940 C939 C939 100KOHM +-5% 1/4W 100KOHM +-5% 1/4W 100KOHM +-5% 1/4W 100KOHM +-5% 1/4W 10nF 10nF 0.001uF/1KV 0.001uF/1KV R957...
  • Page 55: Ir Board

    6.3 IR Board 715G3863R01000002S +3.3V R0201 R0201 150R 1/10W 1% 150R 1/10W 1% Q0203 Q0203 Q0202 Q0202 BC857C BC857C BC847C BC847C +5V_STBY CN0201 C1 LED0201 LED0201 C0201 R0205 R0205 C0202 4.7K 1/10W 4.7K 1/10W R0203 R0203 R0202 R0202 J001 CN0201 CN0201 R0206 R0206...
  • Page 56: Key Board

    6.4 Key Board 715G3901K01000002S CN001 CN001 - Channel + - Volume + CONN CONN Menu Down Left Right Power CN001 A1 C001 C2 C002 B3 R001 B3 R001 R001 R002 R002 R003 R003 R004 R004 R005 R005 R002 B4 1K1/10W 1K1/10W 47KOHM +-1% 1/10W 47KOHM +-1% 1/10W...
  • Page 57: Pcb Layout

    7. PCB Layout 7.1 Scaler Board 715G3505-H Remark: Parts position can be searched by using FIND function in PDF. R746 Q137 R745 CN408 CN413 CN415 CN402 R4366 R490 CN414 L601 C4235 R4363 C4234 C504 R4361 FB187 FB183 D121 Q126 R4268 C505 R4266 Q110 Q111...
  • Page 58 Remark: Parts position can be searched by using FIND function in PDF. R611 FB136 R4264 R487 C4218 R4258 R4267 R4259 R489 R4238 R4283 U418 C4222 FB144 R4234 U417 R4255 Q127 R4287 R4271 FB141 Q136 C4317 C4314 C4332 C4326 C4328 R4326 R4372 RP442 RP441...
  • Page 59: Power Board

    7.2 Power Board 715G3676P01W30003S (for BDL3215E) Remark: Parts position can be searched by using FIND function in PDF. CN903 CN902 ZD935 C955 J923 ZD931 D938 C956 F902 J922 C947 L931 ZD932 D939 R974 C944 C908 R975 L971 D953 C928 D955 C946 D958 D959...
  • Page 60 715G3862P0CW30003S (for BDL4225E) Remark: Parts position can be searched by using FIND function in PDF. C933 GND2 GND3 FB910 FB905 D907 D903 D901 Q903 Q909 J914 IC903 J928 J925 J923 IC902 C926 J924 J930 C910 FB909 C972 J922 C902 C927 C971 J913 J912...
  • Page 61 Remark: Parts position can be searched by using FIND function in PDF. R939 R943 R944 R990 R991 C973 R933 C954 R931 R999 R947 C907 C919 R926 R948 R918 R928 R929 R935 R932 R998 R949 C936 R927 C920 C996 C929 R945 R930 R942 C931...
  • Page 62: Ir Board

    7.3 IR Board 715G3863R01000002S Remark: Parts position can be searched by using FIND function in PDF. U0201 CN0201...
  • Page 63: Key Board

    7.4 Key Board 715G3901K01000002S Remark: Parts position can be searched by using FIND function in PDF. CN001 SW005 SW006 SW002 SW003 SW004 SW001 R003 R002 R001 R005 R004 C002...
  • Page 64: Wiring Diagram

    8. Wiring Diagram BDL3215E Key Board Panel CN413 Screw CN402 (NC) CN416 CN903 Panel Power Board U401 Scaler Board STDP8028 CN407 CN902 CN6011 AC IN IR Board CN0201...
  • Page 65 BDL4225E Key Board Panel Power Board CN903 CN902 Panel PCB CN904 CN413 CN416 CN402 (NC) U401 Scaler Board STDP8028 CN407 CN6011 IR Board CN0201...
  • Page 66: Scaler Board Overview

    9. Scaler Board Overview Scaler IC Audio Amplifier RS-232 Transmitters /Receivers VGA OUT VGA IN BNC or Component AV OUT/IN Video OUT/IN HDMI IN DVI-D IN RS-232C OUT/IN...
  • Page 67: Mechanical Instructions

    10. Mechanical Instructions For BDL3215E/00 1. Remove the base Carefully place the TV monitor face down on a smooth surface. Using a cross-head screwdriver unscrew two screws that secure the base to the TV monitor. 2. Remove the rear cover...
  • Page 68 68 68 b. Disconnect the key board cable. 3. Remove the bezel Remove the screws that secure the IR board to the bezel and disconnect the IR board cable.
  • Page 69 4. Remove the BKTs and the main frame a. Remove all the screws as follow:...
  • Page 70 70 70 b. Disconnect the AC power cable and remove the screw. 5. Remove the power board and scaler board...
  • Page 71 6. Remove the speakers and the BKTs...
  • Page 72 72 72 For BDL4225E/00 Carefully place the TV monitor face down on a smooth surface. 1. Remove the hinge and the rear cover a. Remove all the screws and open the latches on the top of the rear cover. b. Disconnect the key board cable.
  • Page 73 2. Remove the BKTs and the main frame a. Remove all the screws as follow: b. Disconnect the AC power cable and remove the screw.
  • Page 74 74 74 3. Remove the power board and scaler board 4. Remove all screws to remove the bezel, speakers and the BKTs.
  • Page 76: Trouble Shooting

    Image persistence / Advanced anti image sticking • As with all personal display devices, PHILIPS recommends to display moving images and using a moving panel saving at regular intervals whenever the screen is idle or the monitor is turned off when not in use.
  • Page 77 Selected resolution is not displayed properly • Use OSD Display Mode to enter Information menu and confirm that the appropriate resolution has been selected. If not, select corresponding option. No Sound • Check if mute function is activated. • Check if volume is set at minimum. Remote Control doesn’t work •...
  • Page 78: Isp Instruction

    78 78 12. ISP Instruction 12.1 Tool and Cable 1 An i486 (or above) personal computer or compatible. 2 Microsoft operation system Windows 95/98/2000/XP. 3 “GProbe 5.8.0.1.exe” program. 4 RS232C cablex1, power cord x 1 12.2 Connecting the monitor to the PC 12.3 Install the ISP program “GProbe 5.8.0.1”...
  • Page 79 3. Select “Serial”, to make Port “COM1”and BAUD Rate “115200”...
  • Page 80 80 80 4. Loading the F/W Select “Commands” → “Batch” → Select “ISP_phl_samsung32.txt” AC off, and then AC on when the software burns successfully, the software updating is OK. 5. Check the software after upgrade Connect the monitor to the PC or Chroma. Press “- - + + - + - +”...
  • Page 81: Ddc Instruction

    When you write analog EDID, Connect this port to EDID, Connect this port to the Philips model DVI port the Philips model VGA port Note: Cut off the 5th pin of the analog connector and 14th pin of the digital connector, as follow:...
  • Page 82 82 82 The process of the DDC writing as follow: (Take the BDL3215E’s for example) a. Rename the EDID data to “wa”, “wd”, “wh”, then create one new folder named “ddc” (It must be “ddc” instead of other names). Step1: Must put the “ddc” folder, “TPVDDC5.6.exe” and “TPVHDMI.exe” into the same folder. Step2: Must copy EDID data and “config”...
  • Page 83 b. Double-click , appear as follow: c. Click “LoadFile”, it will show the picture as follow:...
  • Page 84 84 84 d. Click “OK”, it will show the picture as follow: Note: Before click the , the item “EDID WRITE PROTECT” must be set to “关” in the factory mode. Press “- - + + - + - +” → “SET” → “MENU” in sequence on the remote control, and choose the “F” to enter the factory mode.
  • Page 85 e. Key in the same 14 numbers in the Input SN and Verify SN, then click “Program”, when the DDC Write complete, it will show the picture as follow:...
  • Page 86 86 86 f. Click “ReadBoth”, if the DDC Write is OK, it will show the picture as follow: Note: The EDID writing of BDL4225E/00 is the same as the BDL3215E/00’s...
  • Page 87 BDL3215E/00 EDID Analog 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F ----------------------------------------------- 00| 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 41 0C 01 D2 01 01 01 01 10| 00 13 01 03 68 46 27 78 2A 12 F5 A7 55 4A 9B 25...
  • Page 88 88 88 800 x 600 @ 60Hz VESA Established Timings 2:28 832 x 624 @ 75Hz Apple, Mac II 1024 x 768 @ 60Hz VESA Established Timings 3:80 1152 x 870 @75Hz Apple, Mac II <-Standard Timing Identification :-> 1280 x 800 @ 60Hz 1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz <-Detailed Timing Descriptions :->...
  • Page 89 Digital 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F ----------------------------------------------- 00| 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 41 0C 01 D2 01 01 01 01 10| 00 13 01 03 80 46 27 78 2A 12 F5 A7 55 4A 9B 25 20| 15 50 54 B5 28 80 81 00 81 80 01 01 01 01 01 01 30| 01 01 01 01 01 01 66 21 50 B0 51 00 1B 30 40 70 40| 36 00 B9 88 21 00 00 1E 66 21 56 AA 51 00 1E 30...
  • Page 90 90 90 Established Timings 2:28 832 x 624 @ 75Hz Apple, Mac II 1024 x 768 @ 60Hz VESA Established Timings 3:80 1152 x 870 @75Hz Apple, Mac II <-Standard Timing Identification :-> 1280 x 800 @ 60Hz 1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz <-Detailed Timing Descriptions :->...
  • Page 91 00| 02 03 22 F1 4F 10 05 01 02 03 04 1F 13 11 12 14 10| 06 07 15 16 23 09 07 07 83 01 00 00 65 03 0C 00 20| 10 00 02 3A 80 18 71 38 2D 40 58 2C 45 00 BB F9 30| 10 00 00 1E 8C 0A D0 8A 20 E0 2D 10 10 3E 96 00 40| BB F9 10 00 00 18 01 1D 00 72 51 D0 1E 20 6E 28 50| 55 00 BB F9 10 00 00 1E 8C 0A D0 90 20 40 31 20...
  • Page 92 92 92 1024 x 768 @ 60Hz VESA Established Timings 3:80 1152 x 870 @75Hz Apple, Mac II <-Standard Timing Identification :-> 1280 x 800 @ 60Hz 1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz <-Detailed Timing Descriptions :-> Detailed Timing: 1360x768 @ 60Hz Detailed Timing: 1366x768 @ 60Hz FC (Monitor Name): PHL BDL3215E FD (Monitor Limits):...
  • Page 93 720 x 480 P 59.94/60Hz 16:9 1280 x 720 P 59.94/60Hz 16:9 1920 x 1080 P 50Hz 16:9 1280 x 720 P 50Hz 16:9 720 x 576 P 50Hz 4:3 720 x 576 P 50Hz 16:9 1920 x 1080 I 50Hz 16:9 720(1440) x 480 I 59.94/60Hz 4:3 720(1440) x 480 I 59.94/60Hz 16:9 720(1440) x 576 I 50Hz 4:3...
  • Page 94 94 94 BDL4225E/00 EDID Analog 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F ----------------------------------------------- 00| 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 41 0C 02 D2 01 01 01 01 10| 00 13 01 03 68 66 39 78 2A 12 F5 A7 55 4A 9B 25 20| 15 50 54 B5 28 80 81 00 81 80 D1 C0 01 01 01 01 30| 01 01 01 01 01 01 02 3A 80 18 71 38 2D 40 58 2C 40| 45 00 FA 3D 32 00 00 1E 00 00 00 FF 00 0A 20 20...
  • Page 95 640 x 480 @ 75Hz VESA 800 x 600 @ 60Hz VESA Established Timings 2:28 832 x 624 @ 75Hz Apple, Mac II 1024 x 768 @ 60Hz VESA Established Timings 3:80 1152 x 870 @75Hz Apple, Mac II <-Standard Timing Identification :-> 1280 x 800 @ 60Hz 1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz...
  • Page 96 96 96 Digital 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F ----------------------------------------------- 00| 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 41 0C 02 D2 01 01 01 01 10| 00 13 01 03 80 66 39 78 2A 12 F5 A7 55 4A 9B 25 20| 15 50 54 B5 28 80 81 00 81 80 D1 C0 01 01 01 01 30| 01 01 01 01 01 01 02 3A 80 18 71 38 2D 40 58 2C 40| 45 00 FA 3D 32 00 00 1E 00 00 00 FF 00 0A 20 20...
  • Page 97 800 x 600 @ 60Hz VESA Established Timings 2:28 832 x 624 @ 75Hz Apple, Mac II 1024 x 768 @ 60Hz VESA Established Timings 3:80 1152 x 870 @75Hz Apple, Mac II <-Standard Timing Identification :-> 1280 x 800 @ 60Hz 1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz <-Detailed Timing Descriptions :->...
  • Page 98 98 98 --------------------Block 1-------------------- 00| 02 03 22 F1 4F 10 05 01 02 03 04 1F 13 11 12 14 10| 06 07 15 16 23 09 07 07 83 01 00 00 65 03 0C 00 20| 10 00 02 3A 80 18 71 38 2D 40 58 2C 45 00 BB F9 30| 10 00 00 1E 8C 0A D0 8A 20 E0 2D 10 10 3E 96 00 40| BB F9 10 00 00 18 01 1D 00 72 51 D0 1E 20 6E 28 50| 55 00 BB F9 10 00 00 1E 8C 0A D0 90 20 40 31 20...
  • Page 99 832 x 624 @ 75Hz Apple, Mac II 1024 x 768 @ 60Hz VESA Established Timings 3:80 1152 x 870 @75Hz Apple, Mac II <-Standard Timing Identification :-> 1280 x 800 @ 60Hz 1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz <-Detailed Timing Descriptions :->...
  • Page 100 640 x 480 P 59.94/60Hz 720 x 480 P 59.94/60Hz 720 x 480 P 59.94/60Hz 16:9 1280 x 720 P 59.94/60Hz 16:9 1920 x 1080 P 50Hz 16:9 1280 x 720 P 50Hz 16:9 720 x 576 P 50Hz 4:3 720 x 576 P 50Hz 16:9 1920 x 1080 I 50Hz 16:9 720(1440) x 480 I 59.94/60Hz 4:3...
  • Page 101: White Balance, Luminance Adjustment

    14. White Balance, Luminance Adjustment Equipment: PC x 1, K-8256 (or equivalent instrument) x 1, Chroma23291 (or equivalent instrument), CA-210 x 1, W/B record card x 1 Equipment installation: 1. Connect analyzer CA-210 to PC by USB connector, install drive program CA-SDK Ver4.00 for CA-210 and restart PC after finish installing 2.
  • Page 103: Monitor Exploded View

    15. Monitor Exploded View BDL3215E/00...
  • Page 104 BDL4225E/00...
  • Page 105: Recommended & Spare Parts List

    16. Recommended & Spare Parts List Recommended Parts list for BDL3215E/00 Item Location PCM Codes Description Remark FQ106 P34J0211BET 1T0100 BEZEL PD32-9b1-2 FQ007 IRPC9QP1 IR BOARD ASSY E750 750TJS320AA211M0PH PANEL LTI320AA02 KR SEC E750 750TJS320AA211N000 PANEL LTI320AA02 KR SEC FQ556...
  • Page 106 089G414A18N IS AC POWER CORD 1800MM China Regulation SCREW FOR STD/MF FQ415 0M1G1740 8120 42-D020715/42-D000649() FQ418 092TB1TX1A35GH PHILIPS-ASSIGNED BATTERY 1.5V R03 TRASH IC901 056G 368 12 IC FAN7529MX SOP-8 IC931 056G 379 79 IC LD7522PS SOP-8 IC932 056G 139 9...
  • Page 107 056T 616912 IC TDA8933BTW HTSSOP32 U602 056G 192 25 D-AMP AS358MTR-E1 SOIC-8 X402 093G 22 61 HE XTL 1TC125DFNS004 32.768KHZ DT-38 Spare Parts list for BDL3215E/00 Location PCM Codes Description FQ401 078G0100 3 K SPEAKER 8 OHM 10W 500/600mm 77X77mm E09502...
  • Page 108 089G 728CAA 2G SIGNAL CABLE E08902 089G 728HAA 2G SIGNAL CABLE FQ301 089G414A18N IS AC POWER CORD 1800MM China Regulation FQ418 092TB1TX1A35GH Philips-Assigned BATTERY 1.5V R03 Trash E09801 098GR7BDANEPHP REMOTE CONTROL EURT57B093 E09801 098GRABDFNEPHW REMOTE CONTROL KWS22-851F1-2-IR-2009 FQ206 Q41G78S1813 4A BDL3215E QSG...
  • Page 109 C939 067G 2151007NB EC 10uF 50V 5*11.5mm PITCH 2.5MM C939 067G 2151007RB EC 10uF M 50V 5*11mm C921 067G 2151007RB EC 10uF M 50V 5*11mm C907 067G 42Z10115H EC 100uF M 450V 18*40mm C907 067G 42Z10115K EC 100uF M 450V 18*40mm C926 067G215P1024KV LOW ESR EC 1000uF M 25V 12.5*20mm...
  • Page 110 IC FAN7529MX SOP-8 IC931 056G 379 79 IC LD7522PS SOP-8 IC951 056G 665 10 1 IC RESONANT L6599DTR SO-16N ST Q933 057G 417 4 PMBS3904/PHILIPS-SMT(04) Q934 057G 417 4 PMBS3904/PHILIPS-SMT(04) Q912 057G 417 6 PMBS3906/PHILIPS-SMT(06) Q934 057G 417 12 T...
  • Page 111 R916 061G08051002FY RST CHIPR 10KOHM +-1% 1/8W YAGEO R923 061G08051002FY RST CHIPR 10KOHM +-1% 1/8W YAGEO R927 061G08051002FY RST CHIPR 10KOHM +-1% 1/8W YAGEO R950 061G08051002FY RST CHIPR 10KOHM +-1% 1/8W YAGEO R999 061G08051002FY RST CHIPR 10KOHM +-1% 1/8W YAGEO R970 061G08051002FY RST CHIPR 10KOHM +-1% 1/8W YAGEO...
  • Page 112 R961 061G0805513 JT RST CHIPR 51K +-5% 1/8W TZAI YUAN R963 061G0805513 JT RST CHIPR 51K +-5% 1/8W TZAI YUAN R959 061G0805514 JF RST CHIPR 510KOHM +-5% 1/8W FENGHUA R959 061G0805514 JT RST CHIPR 510K +-5% 1/8W TZAI YUAN R907 061G0805563 JF RST CHIPR 56kOHM +-5% 1/8W FENGHUA R907...
  • Page 113 R903 061G1206334 JF RST CHIPR 330KOHM +-5% 1/4W FENGHUA R902 061G1206334 JF RST CHIPR 330KOHM +-5% 1/4W FENGHUA R901 061G1206334 JF RST CHIPR 330KOHM +-5% 1/4W FENGHUA R901 061G1206334 JT RST CHIPR 330 KOHM 1/4W TZAI YUAN R902 061G1206334 JT RST CHIPR 330 KOHM 1/4W TZAI YUAN R903 061G1206334 JT...
  • Page 114 C937 065G080510432K CAP CHIP 0805 100N 50V X7R +/-10% C936 065G080510432K CAP CHIP 0805 100N 50V X7R +/-10% C935 065G080510432K CAP CHIP 0805 100N 50V X7R +/-10% C932 065G080510432K CAP CHIP 0805 100N 50V X7R +/-10% C930 065G080510432K CAP CHIP 0805 100N 50V X7R +/-10% C929 065G080510432K CAP CHIP 0805 100N 50V X7R +/-10%...
  • Page 115 1N4148 D938 093G 64 1152T 1N4148 D932 093G 64 1152T 1N4148 D932 093G 64 1152T PH SWITCH DIODE 1N4148 BY PHILIPS D939 093G 6452452T DIODE 1N4148-B4006 DO-35 SEMTECH D938 093G 6452452T DIODE 1N4148-B4006 DO-35 SEMTECH D937 093G1080 252T diode sarso1-v1 sanken...
  • Page 116 C501 067G 5153316NV EC 330UF 20% 35V KZH 10*12.5 C609 067G215V102 6N EC 1000UF 35V KY35VB1000M-CC3 12.5*25mm C626 067G215V102 6N EC 1000UF 35V KY35VB1000M-CC3 12.5*25mm C634 067G215V102 6N EC 1000UF 35V KY35VB1000M-CC3 12.5*25mm C630 067G215V221 4R LOW E.S.R 220UF +/-20% 2 C4390 067G215V471 4R LOW E.S.R 470UF +/-20% 25V...
  • Page 117 U412 056G 665 3 IC TSH340ILT SOT23-5 ST U411 056G 665 3 IC TSH340ILT SOT23-5 ST U430 056G 665 5 IC PCF-8563T SO-8 PHILIPS U401 056G1126 68 1 IC STDP8028-AB HSBGA-409 ST U416 056G1133 97 IC MX25L1605DM2I-12G 16Mb SOP-8 U402...
  • Page 118 Q109 057G 417511 MMBT3904 Q112 057G 417511 MMBT3904 Q113 057G 417511 MMBT3904 Q114 057G 417511 MMBT3904 Q117 057G 417511 MMBT3904 Q110 057G 417512 MMBT3906 Q118 057G 417512 MMBT3906 Q601 057G 477904 T TRA BC847BW 100mA/45V SOT-323 Q602 057G 761902 T TRA BC857BW 100mA/50V SOT-323 U422 057G 763 34...
  • Page 119 R598 061G0402000 JT RST CHIPR MAX0R05 1/16W TZAI YUAN R4277 061G0402000 JT RST CHIPR MAX0R05 1/16W TZAI YUAN R426 061G0402000 JT RST CHIPR MAX0R05 1/16W TZAI YUAN R4234 061G0402000 JT RST CHIPR MAX0R05 1/16W TZAI YUAN R150 061G0402000 JT RST CHIPR MAX0R05 1/16W TZAI YUAN R149 061G0402000 JT RST CHIPR MAX0R05 1/16W TZAI YUAN...
  • Page 120 R429 061G0402103 JF RST CHIPR 10KOHM +-5% 1/16W FENGHUA R4316 061G0402103 JF RST CHIPR 10KOHM +-5% 1/16W FENGHUA R481 061G0402103 JF RST CHIPR 10KOHM +-5% 1/16W FENGHUA R482 061G0402103 JF RST CHIPR 10KOHM +-5% 1/16W FENGHUA R728 061G0402103 JF RST CHIPR 10KOHM +-5% 1/16W FENGHUA R4272 061G0402103 JF RST CHIPR 10KOHM +-5% 1/16W FENGHUA...
  • Page 121 R4208 061G0402200 JF RST CHIP 20R 5% 1/16W FENGHUA R4212 061G0402200 JF RST CHIP 20R 5% 1/16W FENGHUA R4214 061G0402200 JF RST CHIP 20R 5% 1/16W FENGHUA R4222 061G0402200 JF RST CHIP 20R 5% 1/16W FENGHUA R4224 061G0402200 JF RST CHIP 20R 5% 1/16W FENGHUA R4226 061G0402200 JF RST CHIP 20R 5% 1/16W FENGHUA...
  • Page 122 R768 061G0402330 JF RST CHIPR 33 OHM +-5% 1/16W FENGHUA R734 061G0402330 JF RST CHIPR 33 OHM +-5% 1/16W FENGHUA R733 061G0402330 JF RST CHIPR 33 OHM +-5% 1/16W FENGHUA R714 061G0402330 JF RST CHIPR 33 OHM +-5% 1/16W FENGHUA R713 061G0402330 JF RST CHIPR 33 OHM +-5% 1/16W FENGHUA...
  • Page 123 R4260 061G0402472 JF RST CHIPR 4.7KOHM +-5% 1/16W FENGHUA R4259 061G0402472 JF RST CHIPR 4.7KOHM +-5% 1/16W FENGHUA R4258 061G0402472 JF RST CHIPR 4.7KOHM +-5% 1/16W FENGHUA R4255 061G0402472 JF RST CHIPR 4.7KOHM +-5% 1/16W FENGHUA R4254 061G0402472 JF RST CHIPR 4.7KOHM +-5% 1/16W FENGHUA R4250 061G0402472 JF RST CHIPR 4.7KOHM +-5% 1/16W FENGHUA...
  • Page 124 R4220 061G04027509FT RST CHIP 75R 1/16W 1% R4219 061G04027509FT RST CHIP 75R 1/16W 1% R4218 061G04027509FT RST CHIP 75R 1/16W 1% R4217 061G04027509FT RST CHIP 75R 1/16W 1% R4213 061G04027509FT RST CHIP 75R 1/16W 1% R4211 061G04027509FT RST CHIP 75R 1/16W 1% R4207 061G04027509FT RST CHIP 75R 1/16W 1%...
  • Page 125 R192 061G0603100 JF RST CHIPR 10 OHM 5% 1/10W FENGHUA R192 061G0603100 JT RST CHIP 10R 1/10W 5% TZAI YUAN R193 061G0603100 JT RST CHIP 10R 1/10W 5% TZAI YUAN R604 061G06031003FF RST CHIPR 100KOHM +-1% 1/10W FENGHUA R609 061G06031003FF RST CHIPR 100KOHM +-1% 1/10W FENGHUA R604 061G06031003FT...
  • Page 126 R4353 061G0603102 JT RST CHIP 1K 1/10W 5% TZAI YUAN R4304 061G0603102 JT RST CHIP 1K 1/10W 5% TZAI YUAN R761 061G0603102 JT RST CHIP 1K 1/10W 5% TZAI YUAN R760 061G0603102 JT RST CHIP 1K 1/10W 5% TZAI YUAN R759 061G0603102 JT RST CHIP 1K 1/10W 5% TZAI YUAN...
  • Page 127 R4394 061G06031202FT RST CHIP 12K 1/10W 1% R4293 061G0603123 JY RST CHIPR 12KOHM 1/10W YAGEO R4294 061G0603123 JY RST CHIPR 12KOHM 1/10W YAGEO R4288 061G0603123 JY RST CHIPR 12KOHM 1/10W YAGEO R4289 061G0603123 JY RST CHIPR 12KOHM 1/10W YAGEO R4290 061G0603123 JY RST CHIPR 12KOHM 1/10W YAGEO R4299...
  • Page 128 R766 061G0603274 JT RST CHIP 270K 1/10W 5% TZAI YUAN R767 061G0603274 JT RST CHIP 270K 1/10W 5% TZAI YUAN R180 061G06033001FF RST CHIPR 3KOHM +-1% 1/10W FENGHUA R181 061G06033001FF RST CHIPR 3KOHM +-1% 1/10W FENGHUA R182 061G06033001FF RST CHIPR 3KOHM +-1% 1/10W FENGHUA R180 061G06033001FT RST CHIP 3K 1/10W 1%...
  • Page 129 R137 061G0603472 JT RST CHIP 4K7 1/10W 5% TZAI YUAN R136 061G0603472 JT RST CHIP 4K7 1/10W 5% TZAI YUAN R121 061G0603472 JT RST CHIP 4K7 1/10W 5% TZAI YUAN R120 061G0603472 JT RST CHIP 4K7 1/10W 5% TZAI YUAN R116 061G0603472 JT RST CHIP 4K7 1/10W 5% TZAI YUAN...
  • Page 130 C528 065G040210131J CAP CHIP 0402 100P 50V NPO +/-5% C4229 065G040210131J CAP CHIP 0402 100P 50V NPO +/-5% C4226 065G040210131J CAP CHIP 0402 100P 50V NPO +/-5% C4226 065G040210131J CAP 0402 100PF J 50V NPO C4229 065G040210131J CAP 0402 100PF J 50V NPO C528 065G040210131J CAP 0402 100PF J 50V NPO...
  • Page 131 C4283 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100N 16V X7R 10% C4280 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100N 16V X7R 10% C4273 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100N 16V X7R 10% C427 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100N 16V X7R 10% C4268 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100N 16V X7R 10% C4266 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100N 16V X7R 10%...
  • Page 132 C546 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100N 16V X7R 10% C547 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100N 16V X7R 10% C548 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100N 16V X7R 10% C549 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100N 16V X7R 10% C635 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100N 16V X7R 10% C636 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100N 16V X7R 10%...
  • Page 133 C4217 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100N 16V X7R 10% C4220 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100N 16V X7R 10% C4225 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100N 16V X7R 10% C4235 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100N 16V X7R 10% C4238 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100N 16V X7R 10% C4244 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100N 16V X7R 10%...
  • Page 134 C4355 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100nF K 16V X7R C4354 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100nF K 16V X7R C4353 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100nF K 16V X7R C4352 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100nF K 16V X7R C4351 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100nF K 16V X7R C444 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100nF K 16V X7R...
  • Page 135 C4297 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100nF K 16V X7R C188 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100nF K 16V X7R C187 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100nF K 16V X7R C179 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100nF K 16V X7R C178 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100nF K 16V X7R C177 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100nF K 16V X7R...
  • Page 136 C4341 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100nF K 16V X7R C4343 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100nF K 16V X7R C446 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100nF K 16V X7R C449 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100nF K 16V X7R C455 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100nF K 16V X7R C475 065G040210412K CAP CHIP 0402 100nF K 16V X7R...
  • Page 137 C110 065G040222415K CAP CHIP 0402 220nF K 16V X5R C4218 065G040222415K CAP CHIP 0402 220nF K 16V X5R C122 065G040222415K CAP CHIP 0402 220nF K 16V X5R C118 065G040222415K CAP CHIP 0402 220nF K 16V X5R C110 065G040222415K CAP CHIP 0402 220nF K 16V X5R C531 065G040233031J CAP CHIP 0402 33P 50V NPO 5%...
  • Page 138 C551 065G060310232K CAP CHIP 0603 1N 50V X7R +/-10% C500 065G060310432K CAP CHIP 0603 0.1uF K 50V X7R C519 065G060310432K CAP CHIP 0603 0.1uF K 50V X7R C4389 065G060310432K CAP CHIP 0603 0.1uF K 50V X7R C4388 065G060310432K CAP CHIP 0603 0.1uF K 50V X7R C4382 065G060310432K CAP CHIP 0603 0.1uF K 50V X7R...
  • Page 139 C519 065G060310432K CAP CHIP 0603 100nF K 50V X7R C601 065G060310432K CAP CHIP 0603 100nF K 50V X7R C604 065G060310432K CAP CHIP 0603 100nF K 50V X7R C607 065G060310432K CAP CHIP 0603 100nF K 50V X7R C608 065G060310432K CAP CHIP 0603 100nF K 50V X7R C610 065G060310432K CAP CHIP 0603 100nF K 50V X7R...
  • Page 140 C522 065G060310512K MLCC 0603 CAP 1uF K 16V X7R C472 065G060310512K MLCC 0603 CAP 1uF K 16V X7R C4378 065G060310512K MLCC 0603 CAP 1uF K 16V X7R C4375 065G060310512K MLCC 0603 CAP 1uF K 16V X7R C435 065G060310512K MLCC 0603 CAP 1uF K 16V X7R C432 065G060310512K MLCC 0603 CAP 1uF K 16V X7R...
  • Page 141 C4261 065G060347031J CAP CHIP 0603 47pF J 50V NPO C4276 065G060347031J CAP CHIP 0603 47pF J 50V NPO C4277 065G060347031J CAP CHIP 0603 47pF J 50V NPO C4249 065G060347131J CAP CHIP 0603 470P 50V NPO +/-5% C4250 065G060347131J CAP CHIP 0603 470P 50V NPO +/-5% C4262 065G060347131J CAP CHIP 0603 470P 50V NPO +/-5%...
  • Page 142 C417 065G080522512K CAP CHIP 0805 2.2UF K 16V X7R C180 065G080522512K CAP CHIP 0805 2.2UF K 16V X7R C176 065G080522512K CAP CHIP 0805 2.2UF K 16V X7R C4365 065G080522512K CAP CHIP 0805 2.2UF K 16V X7R C4363 065G080522512K CAP CHIP 0805 2.2UF K 16V X7R C4356 065G080522512K CAP CHIP 0805 2.2UF K 16V X7R...
  • Page 143 FB128 071G 56G301 EA BEAD 300 OHM FB127 071G 56G301 EA BEAD 300 OHM FB126 071G 56G301 EA BEAD 300 OHM FB125 071G 56G301 EA BEAD 300 OHM FB122 071G 56G301 EA BEAD 300 OHM FB121 071G 56G301 EA BEAD 300 OHM FB161 071G 56K121 CHIP BEAD...
  • Page 144 FB160 071G 56V301 B CHIP BEAD FCM2012VF-301T07 bullwill FB152 071G 56V301 B CHIP BEAD FCM2012VF-301T07 bullwill FB158 071G 56Z601 M CHIP BEAD 600OHM FB124 071G 56Z601 M CHIP BEAD 600OHM FB112 071G 56Z601 M CHIP BEAD 600OHM FB104 071G 56Z601 M CHIP BEAD 600OHM FB169 071G 59B431...
  • Page 145 ZD103 093G 39S501 T LUDZS5.6BT1G BY LRC ZD102 093G 39S501 T LUDZS5.6BT1G BY LRC ZD101 093G 39S501 T LUDZS5.6BT1G BY LRC ZD120 093G 39S501 T LUDZS5.6BT1G BY LRC D120 093G 60S923 T DIODE BAT54S SOT-23 D603 093G 64S3PH BAS32L D602 093G 64S3PH BAS32L D601...
  • Page 146 AC POWER CORD 1800MM EUROPE Reg. FQ301 089G410A18N IS POWER CORD 32E1818020 for UK FQ301 089G414A18N IS AC POWER CORD 1800MM China Regulation FQ418 092TB1TX1A35GH PHILIPS-ASSIGNED BATTERY 1.5V R03 Trash E09504 095G801413D925 HARNESS 13P-13P 180mm FQE90853I E09504 095G801413X925 HARNESS 13P-13P 180mm LCDXXTF0284 E09503 095G801414D936...
  • Page 147 IC ESD AZ1045-04QU U407 056G 662502 IC ESD AZC199-04S SOT23-6L U411 056G 665 3 IC TSH340ILT SOT23-5 ST U430 056G 665 5 IC PCF-8563T SO-8 PHILIPS U401 056G1126 68 IC STDP8028-AB HSBGA-409 U416 056G1133 97 IC MX25L1605DM2I-12G 16Mb SOP-8 U402 056G1133918...
  • Page 148 U447 056G74LS 2 IC SN74CB3Q3253PWR TSSOP-16 U448 056G74LS 4 IC 74CBTLV1G125GW SOT353-1 U434 056T 379120 IC AP1534SG-13 SOP-8L U433 056T 379125 IC G2992F1U SOP-8 U432 056T 563962 IC G973-120ADJF11U SOP-8 U601 056T 616912 IC TDA8933BTW HTSSOP32 U459 056T1125905 IC WT61P7-RN440WT LQFP-44 U417 056T1133933 IC AT24C32CN-SH-T SO8...
  • Page 149: General Product Specification

    17. General Product Specification TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 SCOPE 1.1 GENERAL PRODUCT FEATURES 1.2 PRODUCT RANGE 2 ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS 2.1 STANDARD TESTING CONDITIONS 2.2 VIDEO / AUDIO INPUT SIGNALS 2.2.1 PC input signal requirements 2.2.2 AV input signal requirements 2.3 DDC CHANNEL 2.3.1 EDID content for analog 2.3.2 EDID content for digital 2.3.3 Supported DDC/CI commands...
  • Page 150 6.3 DFU 6.4 QUICK USER GUIDE 6.5 WARRANTY CARD 7 MECHANICAL 7.1 COSMETIC 7.2 MECHANICAL DATA FILES 7.3 LOCATION OF PHILIPS LOGO 7.4 LOCATION OF ICONS 7.5 COLOR FOR RESIN/PAINT 7.6 RESINS 7.7 PAINT USED 7.8 PLASTIC MOLD TOOLING 7.9 PLASTICS FLAMMABILITY 7.10 TEXTURE/GLOSSING OF HOUSING...
  • Page 151 9.2 EMC REQUIREMENTS 9.3 ROHS 9.4 WEEE 9.5 ONGOING REGULATORY 10 DQE TEST ITEMS TEMPLATE 10.1 SYSTEM FLOW CHART 10.2 SPECIFICATION INPUT AND UPDATE 10.3 DESIGN QUALITY EVALUATION CAPABILITY QUALIFICATION 10.4 QUALITY AND RELIABILITY DELIVERABLES LIST 10.5 DESIGN QUALITY AND RELIABILITY REVIEW AND VALIDATION PROCEDURE 10.6 DESIGN QUALITY REVIEW AND VALIDATION EVALUATION PROCESS 10.7 DESIGN CHANGE REVIEW AND CONFIRMATION 10.8 DESIGN QUALITY IMPROVEMENT...
  • Page 152: Scope

    Mains Cord Cabinet Color BDL3215E/00 EU, NA, China EU, UK, NA, CN Philips metallic (blue) anthracite 2. General Description All performance specifications are defined under “STANDARD TESTING CONDITIONS”, unless otherwise specified. 2.1 Standard Testing Conditions • Warm up time - ≥...
  • Page 153: Video / Audio Input Signals

    2.2 Video / Audio Input Signals 2.2.1 PC input signal requirements Pixel Rate Capability 86 MHz TTL level, separate H/V sync only, “+” or “-” polarity, terminated with ≥ 2.2kΩ impedance VGA Sync Input HDMI Input TMDS channel: Carries video data. Signaling method: According to DVI 1.0 specification.
  • Page 154 PCRES14 848 x 480 60 Hz 31.0 kHz 33.750 MHz DMT860H PCRES15 1024 x 768 43 Hz 35.5 kHz 44.900 MHz DMT1043 PCRES16 1024 x 768 60 Hz 48.4 kHz 65.000 MHz DMT1060 PCRES17 1024 x 768 70 Hz 56.5 kHz 75.000 MHz DMT1070 PCRES18 1024 x 768...
  • Page 155 PCRES56 1600 x 1200 75 Hz 93.8 kHz 202.500 MHz DMT1675 PCRES57 1600 x 1200 85 Hz 106.3 kHz 229.500 MHz DMT1680 PCRES58 1600 x 1200 120 Hz 152.4 kHz 268.250 MHz CVR1612.xml PCRES59 1680 x 1050 60 Hz 64.7 kHz 119.000 MHz CVR1660D.xml PCRES60 1680 x 1050...
  • Page 156: Av Input Signal Requirements

    VIRES8 480p 60Hz VIRES9 1080p@50 50Hz VIRES10 1080p@60 60Hz All supported resolutions will meet the timings specified separately in paragraphs in the VESA and Industry Standards and Guidelines for Computer Display Monitor Timing (DMT) Version 1.0, Revision 11, May 1 2007 or higher Acoustic Test Test Condition:...
  • Page 157: Ddc Channel

    TMDS channel: Carries audio, video and auxiliary data. Signaling method: According to HDMI Ver. 1.3b specification. (Type A HDMI). Video pixel rate: 25 MHz to 165 MHz (Type A) Pixel encodings: RGB 4:4:4, YCbCr 4:2:2, YCbCr 4:4:4. Audio sample rates: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, Audio channels: up to 2.
  • Page 158: Power Consumption

    2.5.2 Power consumption • Normal on - 32″ 115W (typ.), 120W (max.) • 42″ 210W (typ.), 230W (max.) • Standby - < 2W, standby mode; <2W for PC power management • Switch off (DC or TACT) - < 1W, RC active •...
  • Page 159: Front Controls

    Power off (When SCHEDULE is set to On) Blanking blue RC command Blinking blue Power Standby Amber • RC sensor - Receiver for Display control, backward compatible with Philips RC5. Operation Angle RC operational distance ≥ 8m 0° (for H & V) ≥ 5m 30°...
  • Page 160 To start CONTRACT OSD selection, and then press “+” or “-” button to adjust the value. 5. DISPLAY Button To turn on/off the setting information displayed on the right-up corner of the screen. 6. “-” Button Decrease the adjustment with OSD menu. To move the sub-picture left when in “PIP”...
  • Page 161 RC key definition: Remote Key Customer Code : 0x80 Key Name Data Code Function Description Activity POWER 0x03 Software Power ON/OFF VIDEO SOURCE 0x01 Input signal select (Note1) AUDIO1 -> AUDIO2 -> AUDIO3 AUDIO SOURCE 0x1E Switch Audio Input -> HDMI -> AUDIO1 Standard ->...
  • Page 162: I /o Connectors

    I / O Connectors Connectivity overview: RGB will be renamed to VGA Rear Connectors: • Power input: 3-pin IEC-320-C13 socket mains AC in. • AC switch: Mains switch at line. • PC input: 15 pins VGA D-Sub Female connector with silver 3.5mm Mini-jack audio stereo connector •...
  • Page 163: Visual Performance

    3. Visual Performance 3.1 LCD Module Characteristics Vendor (32″) First Panel (42″) First Panel Panel Type Number PI_LTI320AA02 CAS_LC420WUN-SBA1 Display Area (H x V) 697.6845(H) x 392.256(V) mm 930.24(H) x 523.26(V)mm Aspect Ratio 16:9 16:9 Pixel Pitch (mm) 0.51075(H) x 051075(V) mm 0.4845(H)x0.4845(V) Color Temperature 10000K...
  • Page 164: Functional Requirements

    • Display video color - Picture at full white, pattern, brightness at 50 %, and contrast at 50%. The color, temperature at the screen center should be: Normal Native Warm 9300º K 10000º K 6500º K 0.283 ±0.015 0.280 ± 0.030 0.314 ±...
  • Page 165: Wide Screen Signaling Bit (wssb) Picture Size

    4.2.1 Wide Screen Signaling Bit (WSSB) picture size CVBS input must support WSSB function. 4.2.2 Picture format 4.2.3 Picture Mode When adjust the picture mode function, it will adjust brightness (backlight) and ACM function. You can see the value of Brightness to change on OSD only. 4.2.4 Picture in Graphics A CVBS input can be displayed on PC-A (VGA).
  • Page 166: Audio

    4.3 Audio Audio control handles the initialization of the audio parameters and the recall of the audio last status. Some audio parameters can be also changed via the sound submenu. A 5-band equalizer is used for tone control. 1.3.1 Sound related requirements •...
  • Page 167: Non Functional Requirements

    5. NON Function Requirements 6.1 Start uSp Behavior LED indication should respond in 1 seconds and picture shows up within 8 seconds when the Display wakes from standby, or power on with DC switch or cold start. The first time AC On, power status is in Last Status mode. 6.2 Default/Reset Control Values The default/reset values (out-of-box setting) of the various controls are listed: Switch...
  • Page 168 MAIN AUDIO/ MAIN MAIN MAIN MAIN MAIN MAIN PIP Audio PIP AUDIO AUDIO AUDIO AUDIO AUDIO AUDIO AUDIO PIP Reset No/Yes Auto Adjust Auto/On/Off VGA: On/Off Power Save Video: On/Off English/Germn/S panish/French/It Language alian/Russian/Po English English English English English English lish/Turkish/Sim plified Chinese Configuration...
  • Page 169 Keyboard Yes/No Control H Monitors: 1~5 V Monitors: 1~5 Position: 1~25 Tiling Frame Comp.: No/Yes Enable: No/Yes Year/Month/Day/ Date And Hour/Minute/Day Time light/Current Time Schedule On/Off/Input Monitor ID 1~26 DDC/CI On/Off Smart Power High/Medium/Off Advanced No/Yes Option Reset 6.3 Time-out Summary of Time-out values: Description Value...
  • Page 170: Channel Tables

    Burn-in hour reporting based on generic service requirements for OEM (D04.1) + study of data-sheets 5.7 External communication 5.7.1 Timing between each message should be a minimum of 500 ms 5.7.3 These external communication must follow Philips SICP serial protocol D:\PDS\Products\TPV\ Fighters\DFU\SICP Ap 6.
  • Page 171: Mechanical Data Files

    All major plastic parts (bezel, back cover, base) need to be molded from same resin. Base / Pedestal otherwise specified. 7.10 Texture/Glossing of Housing • The texture area and texture no should follow Philips make-up sheet. • The exterior surfaces shall have a uniform texture. •...
  • Page 172: Wall Mount Method

    7.13 Wall Mount Method • VESA in back-cover. 7.14 Label • Regulatory label / Carton label should follow Philips requirement. • Detail document refer to Philips Engineering Reference Book. 7.15 Product Dimension / Weight • Unit dimension (with stand) - •...
  • Page 173: Reliability / Environment

    CONTAINER SIZE Quantity 40’ 20’ 40’ High Cube W/ Pallet W/ Pallet W/ Pallet Layers Sets / Layer Sets / Block Blocks/Container Total Sets 8. Reliability / Environment 8.1 MTBF prediction >60k hours (excluding Panel) 8.2 Demonstration MTBF > 60k hours with 90% confidence level at CR (excluding Panel) 8.3 Temperature •...
  • Page 174: Regulatory Compliance

    9. Regulatory Compliance 9.1 Worldwide Regulatory REGION COUNTRY SAFETY / EMC / ERGONOMICS / REFERENC Mandator DOMAIN DOCUMENTS APPLICANT Remark (RSO) (NSO) STANDARDS E LOGO Manufacture is MMD IEC60950-1:2001. Group and national differences of all countries listed in CB Frequency range 50-60Hz on rating World CB Report, World wide...
  • Page 175 Declaration, DFU, Label, Circuit diagram, PO, Power of Attorney. To EN55022,EN55024, S+ PZ1 add all sales name Optional IEC61000-3-2, IEC61000-3-3 certificate Supplier ship out 1 sample to Philips EN 62311 EMF EN 62311 Optional Netherlands Lab for EN62311 testing report and report EN60950-1:2001...
  • Page 176 ICES-003 issue 3 (or inside FCC Statement on Supplier report) label For detailed regulatory items please refer to the international regulatory specification provided by Philips and MMD Sa = Safety E = Electromagnetic Compatibility O = Other which including recycling, energy saving, ergonomics, GreenMark X=X-Ray Remark: 1.
  • Page 177 9.2 EMC Requirements Supplier DVT EMI test result must be submitted prior to DVT samples delivery, and PVT EMI test result must be submitted again prior to PVT samples delivery. This also has to meet Philips’ immunity testing specification. 9.3 RoHS The restriction about the use of certain hazardous substances.
  • Page 178 Quality and reliability deliverables list During product creation RFQ milestone the DQE has to provide deliverables list to supplier and discuss with them to perform quality and reliability evaluation and testing report per request in list to DQE for design quality and reliability review and validation.
  • Page 179 1.3.14 Noise and self pollution 1.3.15 Micro-phony 1.3.20 Interlacing 1.3.21 Contouring (PDP) Resolution 1.4.1 Display resolution 1.4.2 Sharpness/Smearing 1.4.3 Overshoot/Undershoot/Ring 1.4.4 Focus 1.4.5 Readability 1.4.6 Moire /Mura 1.4.7 Response time Audio Tests Maximum output power Power Bandwidth S/N ratio Pop noise Noise Rattle Tone &...
  • Page 180 Brown out voltage Start up and off behaviors Power dissipation 4.10 Current consumption 4.12 Output voltage and Cross regulation 4.14 Line and load regulation 4.15 Ripple and noise level 4.16 Inrush current 4.17 Mains Harmonic/ Power factor 4.19 Inverter/CCFL strike voltage and time Software and OSD Tests Power Management Function Key pad / Remote control Function...
  • Page 181 Capacitor stress check Capacitor life calculation Power off/on interval Mode cycling / OSD check 6.10 MTBF demo 6.11 Acoustic noise 6.16 Mechanical assembler quality 6.17 Vibration (2G/3 axial)/Thermal cycling 6.18 Electro Static discharge (ESD) Environment Reliability tests Cold, non operational and packed Dry heat, non operational and packed Thermal step stress, operational and non packed Cold start up, operational and non packed...
  • Page 182 Except the above tests, Vendor and MMD will do more verify and acceptance based on CRS in development stage: 1. Functionality and Performance Test VGA/HDMI EDID Test VGA: Resolution Refresh Rate [Hz] Horizontal Frequency [kHz] Pixel Frequency [MHz] 640 x 350 85 Hz 37.9 kHz 31.500 MHz...
  • Page 183 1920 x 1200 60 Hz 74.0 kHz 154.000 MHz 640x350 70 Hz 640 x 480 67 Hz 832x624 75 Hz 1152x870 75 Hz 720x400 70 Hz VIRES1 1080i@50 50Hz HD interlaced VIRES2 1080i@60 60 Hz HD interlaced VIRES3 720p@50 50Hz HD progressive VIRES4 720p@60...
  • Page 184 1280 x 800 60 Hz 49.7 kHz 79.500 MHz 1280 x 800 75 Hz 62.8 kHz 106.500 MHz 1280 x 800 85 Hz 71.6 kHz 122.500 MHz 1280 x 960 60 Hz 60.0 kHz 108.000 MHz 1280 x 1024 60 Hz 64.0 kHz 108.000 MHz 1280 x 1024...
  • Page 185 Display port (version 1.1a) EDID tables filled in for all supported PC EDID version 1.3 and Video modes Output VGA PC Output (loop through) VGA-D-sub CVBS + Audio L/R x 1 Speaker connector (amplified out, 2x10Watt standard speaker terminal for speaker wires RMS minimum, short-circuit protected) Control Serial Port for Remote Management...
  • Page 186 Command Command name Remarks Command Command Code Audio parameters set 0x42   Volume get 0x45   Volume set 0x44   Volume limits 0xB8   Miscellaneous info 0x0F Operating hours   Smart power   0xDD Dimming backlight Video alignment 0x70   Serial Code Get 0x15  ...
  • Page 187 10.5.4 Design quality and reliability review validation items (Supported by test data or report from supplier) a) Electrical items Electrical functions /performances Software for user interface Thermal behavior Design critical parameter Design quality and reliability b) Mechanical items Mechanical functions /performance Design for assembly/disassembly Design critical parameter Design quality and reliability...
  • Page 188 4. When the HV circuitry is operating properly there is no possibility of an x- tube must be the same type as the original, including suffix letter, or a Philips radiation problem. High voltage should always be kept at the manufacturer's approved type.

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