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SERVICE MANUAL
Digital Disc Camera
Contents
1. iD PHOTO DISC ........................................................ 2
3. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION .................... 9
4. DISASSEMBLY ........................................................ 20
5. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT .................................. 24
6. MAC ADDRESS ....................................................... 29
7. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ................................. 30
The components designated by a symbol ( ! ) in this schematic diagram designates components whose value are of
special significance to product safety. Should any component designated by a symbol need to be replaced, use only the part
designated in the Parts List. Do not deviate from the resistance, wattage, and voltage ratings shown.
CAUTION
This product utilizes a laser.
The adjustment other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
CAUTION : Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Discard used batteries according to the manufacturer's instructions.
NOTE : 1. Parts order must contain model number, part number, and description.
2. Substitute parts may be supplied as the service parts.
3. N. S. P. : Not available as service parts.
Design and specification are subject to change without notice.
SX111/E, EX, U
8. PARTS LIST ............................................................. 31
CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 1 ............................. 32
CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 2 ............................. 34
CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 3 ............................. 35
ELECTRICAL PARTS .............................................. 36
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (Refer to the separate volume)
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
FILE NO.
IDC-1000ZE
(Product Code : 126 250 01)
(U.K.)
IDC-1000ZEX
(Product Code : 126 250 02)
(Europe)
(General PAL area)
IDC-1000ZU
(Product Code : 126 250 03)
(U.S.A.)
(Canada)
REFERENCE No. SM5310255

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    FILE NO. SERVICE MANUAL Digital Disc Camera IDC-1000ZE (Product Code : 126 250 01) (U.K.) IDC-1000ZEX (Product Code : 126 250 02) (Europe) (General PAL area) IDC-1000ZU (Product Code : 126 250 03) (U.S.A.) (Canada) Contents 1. iD PHOTO DISC ............2 8.

  • Page 2: Id Photo Disc

    iD PHOTO DISC iD PHOTO 1-1. DISC HIGH-DENSITY TECHNOLOGY 1-3. CAD ULTRA-HIGH MAGNETIC RESOLUTION METHOD The iD Photo Disc has a diameter of 5 centimeters and yet it In order to play back the extremely small marks which have can store up to 730MB of information. A laser pulse magnetic been recorded using laser pulse magnetic field modulation, field modulation recording method and CAD-type ultra-high the iD Photo disc uses a ultra-high magnetic resolution...

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    1-4. PRML SIGNAL PROCESSING When the data on the iD Photo disc is read, the 0.235 µm overlapping recording marks which are made during laser pulse magnetic field modulation recording are read through an 0.6 µm window by means of a CAD-type ultra-high mag- netic resolution reading method.

  • Page 4: Outline Of Id Format Disc Drive Circuit

    2. OUTLINE OF iD FORMAT DISC DRIVE CIRCUIT 1. OUTLINE OF DRIVE CIRCUIT BOARD A drive part is composed of the block diagram of the Fig. 1, and a drive circuit board is composed of MC1, MC2 and MC3. DRIVE MECHA and AS-MO DRIVE CIRCUIT BOARD (MC3) ø...

  • Page 5

    2-3. OUTLINE EXPLANATION FOR EACH BLOCK OF 1. FOCUS SERVO (DISC SURFACE RUNOUT TRACK- DRIVE CIRCUIT BOARD (MC3) 2-3-1. SERVO AMPLIFIER ING CONTROL) They are amplifier part for the focus servo and the tracking Servo control is carried out by the DSP which is built into the servo.

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    3. Balance adjustment of main PP and sub PP 1. Tracking offset adjustment When the servo and laser are both off, the DSP of the ASIC This measures the DC offset when shifting to the inside and (IC402) samples the TE (tracking error) signal in order to con- to the outside occurs, with respect to the center of the TE signal when the actuator is shifted 0.83 V to the outside, when trol the offset cancel of SSI33P3721 (IC831) in order to can-...

  • Page 7

    3. The principle of rec/play clock generated by the PLL the FCM signal or the address signal. These LC filters remove The clock is reproduced by the PLL with respect to the signal almost all of the signal components which are at 20 MHz or which has been detected to be the FCM signal by the circuit above, leaving just the base frequencies (2-3 MHz) for the (primary function circuit) which generates the slice level from...

  • Page 8

    APC IC (on the pickup) The signals from the sensors (I/J) are pre-amplified by the The APC IC functions to maintain the current detected by the gain amplifier, and then pass through the AGC/equalizer of the SSI (IC831), and are then input to the RF signal terminal photosensor attached to the laser to a constant level.

  • Page 9: Outline Of Circuit Description

    3. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 3-1. CA1 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION Around CCD block 1. IC Configuration IC903 (ICX267) CCD imager IC902, IC904, IC908 (74ACT04MTC) H driver IC907 (CXD3400N) V driver IC905 (AD9803) CDS, AGC, A/D converter 2. IC903 (CCD) [Structure] Interline type CCD image sensor Optical size 1/2 type Effective pixels...

  • Page 10

    3. IC902, IC904, IC908 (H Driver) and IC907 (V Driver) 4. IC905 (CDS, AGC Circuit and A/D Converter) An H driver and V driver are necessary in order to generate The video signal which is output from the CCD is input to Pin the clocks (vertical transfer clock, horizontal transfer clock (30) of IC905.

  • Page 11

    5. Transfer of Electric Charge by the Horizontal CCD The transfer system for the horizontal CCD emplays a 2-phase drive method. The electric charges sent to the final stage of the horizontal CCD are transferred to the floating diffusion, as shown in Fig. 1-6. RG is turned on by the timing in (1), and the floating diffusion is charged to the potential of PD.

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    3-2. CA2 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 1. Circuit Description 1-8. 8-bit D/A circuit (Audio) 1-1. Scannning converter (Interlace converter) This circuit converts the audio signals (analog signals) from This circuit uses the function of a 64-Mbit SDRAMs to con- the microphone to 8-bit digital signals. vert the non-interlaced signal which is output from the CCD 1-9.

  • Page 13

    3. LCD Block During EE, gamma conversion is carried out for the 10-bit RGB data which is input from the A/D conversion block of the CCD to the ASIC in order that the revised can be displayed on the video. The YUV of 640 x 480 is then transferred to the SVRAM.

  • Page 14

    3-3. PW1 POWER CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 1. Outline 1-7. CCD Power Output IC511 CH1 is output. It is output CCD power supply (5.1 V This is the PW1 power circuit for camera block. The oscilla- (A), 15.0 V (A), –8 V (A)) and digital 5.1 V (D) by transformer tion frequency is 400 kHz, and it has no voltage adjustment.

  • Page 15

    3-4. PW2 POWER CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 1. Outline 1-4. Analog 3.1 V System Power Output This is the PW2 power circuit for iD disc drive. The oscillation CH2 is output. It is used for disc servo etc. of analog circuit frequency is 400 kHz, and it has no voltage adjustment. power supply.

  • Page 16

    3-5. ST1 STROBE CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 1. Charging Circuit 2. Light Emission Circuit When UNREG power is supplied to the charge circuit and the When RDY and TRIG signals are input from the ASIC expan- CHG signal becomes High (3.3 V), the charging circuit starts sion port, the stroboscope emits light.

  • Page 17

    3-6. SY1 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 1. Configuration and Functions For the overall configuration of the SY1 circuit board, refer to the block diagram. The configuration of the SY1 circuit board centers around a 8-bit microprocessor (IC301). The 8-bit microprocessor handles the following functions. 1.

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    RESET Reset input Battery OFF detection signal L : OFF BAT OFF Remote control signal input terminal IR IN SREQ Serial communication request signal L : Request USB connector connection detection signal L : Connection JOG R Jog right rotation JOG L Jog left rotation 91~94...

  • Page 19

    4. Power Supply Control The 8-bit microprocessor controls the power supply for the overall system. The following is a description of how the power supply is turned on and off. When the battery is attached, a regulated 3.2 V voltage is normally input to the 8-bit microprocessor (IC301) by IC302, so that clock counting and key scanning is carried out even when the power switch is turned off, so that the camera can start up again.

  • Page 20: Disassembly

    4. DISASSEMBLY 4-1. REMOVING THE PROTECTIVE SPACER AND NOTES If the camera is dropped or subjected to other strong shocks, it may damage the mechanical pickup function. To prevent the possibility of this happening, attach the protective spacer to the camera when transporting the camera. 1.

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    4-3. REMOVAL OF LCD, SY1 BOARD, SY3 BOARD AND ST1 BOARD 1. Two screws 1.7 x 5 19. Connector 2. Connector 20. LCD 3. FPC 21. FPC 4. Holder LCD VF 22. Flexible flat cable 5. Two screws 1.7 x 3.5 23.

  • Page 22

    4-4. REMOVAL OF CA3 BOARD, CA2 BOARD AND MECHANISM 1. Two screws 1.7 X 3.5 7. FPC 13. Holder lens back 2. Connector 8. Three connectors 14. Two screws 1.7 x 3.5 3. CA3 board 9. CA2 board 15. Two screws 1.7 x 2 4.

  • Page 23

    4-5. REMOVAL OF PW1 BOARD, PW2 BOARD, CA1 BOARD, SY5 BOARD AND BOARD LOCATION 1. Screw 1.7 x 3.5 2. Screw 1.7 x 4 3. PW1 board 4. Screw 1.7 x 3.5 5. PW2 board 6. Two screws 2.0 x 3.5 7.

  • Page 24: Electrical Adjustment

    6. Lens Adjustment 5. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT 7. CCD Defect Detect Adjustment 5-1. Table for Servicing Tools 8. LCD Panel Adjustment 8-1. LCD H AFC Adjustment Ref. No. Name Part code 8-2. LCD RGB Offset Adjustment 8-3. LCD Gain Adjustment Color viewer 5,100 K VJ8-0007 8-4.

  • Page 25

    5-5. Connecting the camera to the computer 1. Turn on the camera and PC. 2. Insert the camera-side connector of the USB cable into the USB port of the camera. 3. Insert the PC-side connector of the USB cable into the USB port of the PC. CAUTION This product utilizes a laser.

  • Page 26

    1. IC501 Oscillation Frequency Adjustment 5-6. Adjust Specifications Measuring Point Q5109 collector or CL540 [PW1 board (Side A and B)] Frequency counter Measuring Equipment ADJ. Location VR511 1 kHz ADJ. Value Adjustment method: CL529 1. Adjust with VR511 to 200 1 kHz.

  • Page 27

    5. AWB Adjustment 2. Double-click on the DscCalDi126a. 3. Click the Focus, and click the Yes. 4. Lens adjustment value will appear on the screen. 5. Click the OK. 7. CCD Defect Detect Adjustment Preparation: POWER switch: ON (Set the camera mode.) Adjustment method: Cable 1.

  • Page 28

    7.3 V ± 0.3 Vp-p CL416 waveform CL416 waveform 8-3. LCD Gain Adjustment Adjusting method: 1. Adjust LCD “Gain” so that the amplitude of the CL416 wave- VG + 0.2 form is 4.0 V ± 0.1 Vp-p. ± 0.05 Vp-p Note: 8-2.

  • Page 29: Mac Address

    6. MAC ADDRESS 3. WRITING THE MAC ADDRESS TO THE MEMORY 1. SETTING MAC ADDRESS 1. Turn on the power for the computer and the camera. The MAC addresses consist of 64-bit numbers (hexadecimal for- camera will be ready for use 30 seconds after the power mat) which are unique for each separate device which is com- for the camera is turned on.

  • Page 30: Troubleshooting Guide

    7. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE POWER LOSS INOPERTIVE NO PICTURE (USB) CHECK ARREY INCLUD- CHECK OSCILLA- CLK FOR SYSTEM OPERATION IC301-58 (SCAN IN 5) ING POWER SW, FPC, NO OPERATION IF ABSENT TION IC111-9 MAIN PULSE INPUT CN307, R3062, D3003 CHECK X1101 OSCILLATOR, R1105 AND IC111 CLK (114MHz) IC302-7 (UNREG) CHECK OSCILLA-...

  • Page 31: Parts List

    636 058 7953 ASSY,CAP LENS-SX111/J (CAP FOR LENZ) 9215 636 062 1664 INSTRUCTION MANUAL, QUICK GUIDE FOR 645 024 6012 CABLE, SCART ADAPTOR, IDC-1000ZE ONLY CAMERA (KOREAN), IDC-1000ZU ONLY 645 045 6916 MICROPHONE 9313 636 062 1633 INSTRUCTION MANUAL, QUICK GUIDE FOR...

  • Page 32: Cabinet & Chassis Parts 1

    LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION 636 056 8945 KNOB MONITOR CH-SX111/J CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 1 636 057 7343 ASSY,CABINET BACK-SX111J 636 060 9778 SPACER BOTTOM-SX111/J 636 056 8617 DEC MONITOR-SX111/J 636 056 8402 CABINET BOTTOM-SX111/J 636 059 0540 HOLDER,STRAP-SX111/J 636 059 2643 HOLDER BTM BAND-SX111/J...

  • Page 33

    S17 S19 CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 1 SX111/J Parts List-01...

  • Page 34: Cabinet & Chassis Parts 2

    LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION 636 056 8679 HOLDER LENS BACK-SX111/J CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 2 636 056 8709 HOLDER SY-SX111/J 636 060 1406 SPACER SPEAKER HL-SX111/J 636 060 6609 ADHESIVE SH-SX111/J 636 058 1364 SPACER SPEAKER-SX111/J 636 059 3374 SPACER HL MECHA-SX111/J 636 056 8839...

  • Page 35: Cabinet & Chassis Parts 3

    LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION 636 053 9174 MOUNTING,LENS CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 3 636 053 9198 SPACER INSULATOR 636 057 6810 SLIDE LOCK BATT-SX111/J 636 056 5739 COMPL PWB,CA-1 636 057 8753 SPRING LOCK BATTERY-111/J 636 059 3961 SHIELD TAPE 636 056 8952 KNOB BATTERRY-SX111/J...

  • Page 36: Electrical Parts

    ELECTRICAL PARTS Note: 1. Materials of Capacitors and Resistors are abbreviated as follows ; Resistors Capacitors MT-FILM Metallized Film Resistor MT-POLYEST Metallized Polyester Capacitor MT-GLAZE Metallized Glaze Resistor MT-COMPO Metallized Composite Capacitor OXIDE-MT Oxide Metallized Film Resistor TA-SOLD Tantalum Solid Capacitor AL-SOLID Aluminum Solid Capacitor NP-ELECT...

  • Page 37

    LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION R9040 401 267 3207 MT-GLAZE 330 DC 1/16W (VARIABLE RESISTORS) R9041 401 262 1604 MT-GLAZE 2.2K DC 1/16W VR971 645 039 6373 VR,SEMI,47K S R9042 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W VR972 645 040 0018 VR,SEMI,10K S...

  • Page 38

    LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION C1313 403 164 0204 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V R1072 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C1314 403 164 0204 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V R1073 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C1501 403 334 3806 CERAMIC...

  • Page 39

    LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION R9703 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W Q2001 405 102 5609 TR 2SD1819A-R R9704 401 225 1702 MT-GLAZE 39K JA 1/16W 405 092 4101 TR 2SC4081-R R9705 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W Q2002 405 115 7201 TR DTC144EE...

  • Page 40

    LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION C2009 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V R2003 401 225 0507 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W C2010 403 338 0405 CERAMIC 0.47U K 25V R2004 401 225 0507 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W C2011 403 346 2309 CERAMIC...

  • Page 41

    LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION Q5117 405 137 2000 TR 2SA1576A-R C5041 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V Q5118 405 115 6907 TR DTC114EE C5042 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V (INTEGRATED CIRCUITS) C5043 403 329 2302 POS-SOLID 47U M 6.3V IC501...

  • Page 42

    LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION R5022 401 225 8008 MT-GLAZE 330 JA 1/16W R5153 401 261 8703 MT-FILM 20K DD 1/16W R5023 401 261 2305 MT-FILM 7.5K DU 1/16W R5154 401 261 2404 MT-FILM 8.2K DU 1/16W R5024 401 225 8008 MT-GLAZE...

  • Page 43

    LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION C5216 403 157 3106 CERAMIC 56P J 50V (CONNECTORS) C5217 403 215 1006 CERAMIC 470P J 50V CN521 645 023 1148 PLUG,PWB-PWB 20P (N.S.P) C5218 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V C5219 403 157 3106 CERAMIC...

  • Page 44

    W0005 636 059 1851 ASSY,WIRE SY1 & SY5-SX111 (N.S.P.) (MISCELLANEOUS) 636 056 8853 HOLDER LITHUM-SX111/J, 636 056 9232 TERMINAL LITHUM A-SX111/J 636 056 9249 TERMINAL LITHUM B-SX111/J SANYO Electric Co.,Ltd. Osaka, Japan Mar./ '01 / 3780 NS Printed in Japan...

  • Page 45

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  • Page 46

    SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. Apr./ '01/ 3,780 NS Printed in Japan Osaka, Japan...

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