Private Communication Systems Mobile Phones 1 Table of Contents 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS............................2 2 TECHNICAL DATA ............................3 3 GENERAL INFORMATION ..........................4 4 MECHANICAL CONCEPT..........................4 4.1 M SL10.........................5 ECHANICAL DRAWING OF THE 4.2 D SL10 ..........................6 ISASSEMBLING THE 4.2.1 Necessary tools ............................6 4.2.2 Disassembling the Mobile........................6 4.2.3 Disassembling the Slide ..........................8 4.2.4 Disassembling the Top Part of the Base ....................9...
Private Communication Systems Mobile Phones 2 Technical Data 129 mm Length: 50 mm Width: 26 mm Thickness: 121 cm³ Volume: 138 grams Weight: GSM class 4 (2 Watt) Performance: Frequency Range: Tx 890-915 MHz Rx 935-960 MHz Power supply: Lithium Ion battery (3,6V/550mAh) Standby time: Up to 35 hours Talk time:...
The SL10 consists of two major parts: The slide unit and the base unit. User interface compared to other Siemens mobiles is not realised by just one MMI board containing all necessary components, but is separated into a MMI board (1010) inside the slide unit which carries display and a part of the keypad (1250), and a second keypad (1240) inside of the base unit.
Private Communication Systems Mobile Phones 4.2 Disassembling the SL10 Caution! Inside the telephone there are three flexible cables, which are very sensitive to any kind of mechanical damage. Please be careful during all the disassembling process not to damage them e.g. by bending or snapping. 4.2.1 Necessary tools For disassembling the SL10 the following tools are mandatory:...
Private Communication Systems Mobile Phones 1. Turn the mobile over and push the metal strip through until it is visible above the keypad. 1. Then use your thumb to press the slide up to separate it from the base. The second stop which is mounted at the bottom of the slide has to be released at the same time.
Private Communication Systems Mobile Phones 1. Now detach the flexible cable from the plug on the control module by undoing the retaining clip on the plug and then pulling the cable out. 1. Now you have separated the three major parts of the telephone a) Slide, b) Top of base, c) Bottom of base 4.2.3 Disassembling the Slide 1.
Private Communication Systems Mobile Phones 4.2.4 Disassembling the Top Part of the Base 1. First remove the microphone holder and the flexible microphone cable attached to it from the microphone housing. 1. Then detach the flexible keypad cable from the ZIF- plug (ZIF=Zero Insertion Force).
Private Communication Systems Mobile Phones 4.2.5 Disassembling the Bottom Part of the Base 1. First remove the battery baseplate. 2. Then remove the battery contact strip. 3. Finally, remove the charge contacts. 4.3 Assembling the SL10 Caution! Inside the telephone there are three flexible cables, which are very sensitive to any kind of mechanical damage.
Private Communication Systems Mobile Phones 4.3.2 Assembling the Top Part of the Base 1. First insert the microphone into the top part of the base. 2. Now insert the control module, mount the screen lid and screw in the six screws. 3.
Private Communication Systems Mobile Phones 4.3.4 Assembling the Mobile 1. First insert the slide stop and the spring into the top of the base. The spring has to be inserted into the gap which is closer to the upper end of the telephone (where the infrared interface is located) 1.
Private Communication Systems Mobile Phones 4.4 Handset Datecodes Siemens is using the industrial standard DIN EN 60062 to indicate the production / service dates. The code is printed on the IMEI sticker located in the battery compartment. -> YY = Datecode...
Private Communication Systems Mobile Phones 5.2 Hardware Description The handset consists of five major integrated circuits. Some of them - beside others - are integrated into just one single IC, the so called Multi Chip Module (MCM). 1) HiGOLD PMB 2800 (inside MCM) This IC is a combination of microprocessor and signalprocessor.
Private Communication Systems Mobile Phones 5.3 Power Supply Concept The SL10 has two main power inputs (see blockdiagram): 1) Battery Voltage (3.6 Volts) connected at the battery contacts 2) Charging Voltage (6.5 Volts) delivered by the desktop charger (using the charging contacts at the bottom of the phone) Since the battery voltage is supplying the power supply asic, it is a must to have the battery (or service adapter) inserted to operate the phone.
Private Communication Systems Mobile Phones The ASIC also checks the presence of the watchdog signal from the P and provides the switching on-functionality (ON/OFF button or timer signal). The 2.8V power supply of TCXO, Receiver and Modulator is derived directly from the battery voltage by a separate linear regulator.
Private Communication Systems Mobile Phones 6 Battery 6.1 Specification The SL10 battery is a Lithium-Ion type with a voltage of 3.6 Volts and a capacity of 550mAh. The connections BATT+ and GND are used to supply the mobile, while RCODE is used to detect the battery technology.
Private Communication Systems Mobile Phones • Remove battery and reinsert it. If you connect the travel charger now, the charging symbol must be visible on the handset display. 6.4 Battery Datecodes The datecode printed on the battery will give you the following information: Example: TOS 8 G9 VA 1 = Battery cells supplied by Toshiba = Revision level...
Private Communication Systems Mobile Phones 7 Software programming The software of the SL10 handset is programmed directly from a PC using a bootadapter as an interface beetween serial port of the PC and the mobile. Because the SL10 does not carry an external connector (e.g.
If you need unblocking codes just send a fax with the IMEI numbers to: Siemens AG PN MP SH World Service Center Bocholt, Germany Fax: +49 2871 91 3007 Please use the appropriate form provided by your Siemens service coordinator! Service Manual SL10 V1.1 PN MP ST R. Fleuren sm_sl10_lvl2_v11.doc...
The page will then present Master Phone Codes, Master Network Codes and Master Service Provider Codes (if applicable to the relevant telephone). If you do not have access to this tool up to now, please contact your Siemens service manager for details.