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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. PARTS LIST... 31 2. OUTLINE OF iD FORMAT DISC DRIVE CIRCUIT ... 4 ACCESSORIES & PACKING MATERIALS ... 31 3. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ... 9 CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 1 ... 32 4. DISASSEMBLY ... 20 CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 2 ... 34 5. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT ... 24 CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 3 ... 35 6. MAC ADDRESS ... 29 ELECTRICAL PARTS ... 36 7. TRO...
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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. PARTS LIST... 31 2. OUTLINE OF iD FORMAT DISC DRIVE CIRCUIT ... 4 ACCESSORIES & PACKING MATERIALS ... 31 3. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ... 9 CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 1 ... 32 4. DISASSEMBLY ... 20 CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 2 ... 34 5. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT ... 24 CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 3 ... 35 6. MAC ADDRESS ... 29 ELECTRICAL PARTS ... 36 7. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE... 30 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (Refer to the separate volume)

PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE

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 REFERENCE No. SM5310255, 1. iD PHOTO DISC 1-1. iD PHOTO DISC HIGH-DENSITY TECHNOLOGY 1-3. CAD ULTRA-HIGH MAGNETIC RESOLUTION The iD Photo Disc has a diameter of 5 centimeters and yet it METHOD can store up to 730MB of information. A laser pulse magnetic In order to play back the extremely small marks which have field modulation recording method and CAD-type ultra-high been recorded using laser pulse magnetic field modulation, magnetic resolution method have been used to record data the iD Photo disc uses a ultra-high magnetic resolution at a track pitch of 0.6 µm and an extremely short mark length method which incorporates CAD (Center Aperture Detection). of 0.235 µ, which is smaller than the spot diameter of the Ultra-high magnetic resolution is a form of technology in which laser beam. a magnetic signal taken from only the center of the spot is extracted for playback. The iD Photo disc has a multi-lay- 1-2. LASER PULSE MAGNETIC FIELD MODULATION ered structure which comprises a polycarbonate substrate, RECORDING METHOD upon which is the playback layer with magnetic characteris- The beam which is generated by the laser pickup in the iD tics, a recording layer which stores the data, and finally a Photo disc drive focuses onto the disc recording medium as heat dispersion layer which rapidly allows the spot which has a spot with a diameter of about 1 µm. During recording, a been heated by the laser beam to cool. When data is played mark with a diameter of 0.235 µm - which is smaller than the back from the disc, the laser beam which is generated by the diameter of the laser beam spot- is recorded. A “laser pulse pickup passes through the polycarbonate substrate to reach magnetic field modulation” recording method has been the playback layer, and focuses on a 1-µm spot. This play- adopted in order to achieve this. This recording method in- back layer functions as a screen to shield the recording layer volves firstly a magnetic head which applies a magnetic field on which the data is recorded from the laser beam, so that which is modulated in accordance with the data supplied ex- only a 0.6 µm diameter area at the center of the laser beam ternally which is to be recorded. In this state, the laser beam which reaches the playback layer passes through it and is is directed to the reverse side of the disc. The radiated light projected onto the magnetic recording area of the recording within an 0.6 µm-diameter area at the center of the beam layer by means of an increase in temperature (window). The spot is momentarily heated to a temperature of around 200 recorded data can be picked up and read through this “win- degrees. The data is then recorded by means of the resulting dow”, and the surrounding area is shielded. Moreover, in gen- change in the magnetic polarity of the recording layer. The eral the spacing between the tracks is narrow and so signal recording mark which is made by this pulse-type laser beam interference from tracks which are next to the track being read is accurately formed in the track at a diameter of 0.6 µm. The can occur. However, CAD-type ultra- high magnetic resolu- rotation of the disc causes each recording mark to overlap tion also solves this interference problem. With CAD-type ul- the preceding mark at a point 0.235 µm forward of the pre- tra-high magnetic resolution, only the magnetic signal which ceding mark. As a result, the circles formed according to the passes throught the window at the center of the beam spot is state of the laser beam move along and leaves a continuous read, so that the playback reading area can be restricted to a series of minute crescent-shaped marks 0.235 µm across. very narrow area not only in the tracking direction, but also in These marks are approximately one-quarter the size of the the transverse direction. As a result, signal interference is recording marks which are made on other media such as CDs suppressed, and the spacing between the tracks can also be and MOs. The iD Photo disc is a magneto-optical disc which made smaller. records data uses the principle of applying magnetism and temperature sumultaneously so that the recording medium playback laser beam can maintain its magnetic polarity. Because of this, the data disc movement direction cannnot be erased simply by placing the disc within a mag- netic field, and moreover the recording method does not re- sult in any changes to the physical nature of the disc. This ultra-high magnetic MO pit T resolution window means that stable characteristics can be maintained for re- 0.235µm value spected disc writing operations. temparature distribution recording layer recording laser beam playback layer disc movement direction Fig. 2 MO pit 0.235µm recording spot Fig. 1 – 2 –, 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. Because this window has a diameter of 0.6 µm, at least two or three recording marks can be viewed through this window at any given time. With the iD Photo disc, PRML signal processing has been adopted as the signal processing method for this readable area. PRML signal processing compares the signal wave pattern which is detected when recording marks with several different pattern types pass by the window with the signal wave pattern which is actually obtained by the pickup in order to recreate the data which has actually been recorded. This technology makes it possible to accurately reproduce the recording marks which are smaller than the window being used to read them, and if a signal pattern which is not valid is read, then it is handled as an error. In this way, recording and playback of data at high densities can be couple with high data reliability. 1-5. ZCLV METHOD OF ROTATION CONTROL A ZCLV (Zoned Constant Linear Velocity) method of rotation control has been adopted for the iD Photo disc. The ZCLV method increases the disc rotation speed on a zone basis in accordance with the progression toward the center of the disc as the speed of rotation of the disc recording surface with respect to the pickup becomes progressively slower. The iD Photo disc is devided into 12 bands from the outside to the inside of the disc surface, and the rotation speed within each band is varied within a range of 1900-3100 rpm in order to maintain the speed of rotation of the recording surface with respect to the pickup to a level of about 5 meters per second. 1-6. EXTERNAL CLOCK SIGNAL The iD Photo disc uses an external clock method to gener- ate the clock pulses which are used to regulate the timing for reading and writing of data. With conventional methods, the clock pulse is generated based on changes in the data being read. However, with this external clock method, an FCM (Fine Clock Mark) signal is created beforehand and recorded onto the disc for use as a reference signal in order to generate the clock pulse. The timing of this FCM signal is monitored dur- ing reading of data in order to control the oscillation frequency of the clock signal generator in accordance with the rotation of the disc. The Fine Clock Mark is engraved accurately onto the disc when the disc is manufactured, and it can then be used as an accurate reference for stable reading and writing. – 3 –, 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. CAMERA 50øAS-MO DRIVE CIRCUIT BOARD (MC3) DRIVE MECHA and 168 MAGNETIC HEAD MECHA CIRCUIT WDTX(reverse of WDT) 167 DRIVER CIRCUIT BOARDWDT BOARD (MC1) (A/D) THERMO 186

THERMO

I iD disc(50ø) MO signal (play signal) 136 RF Amplifier J Photo Magnetic (A/D) FCLKAMPL 190 A sensor head FCLKNP 161 B FCLKPP 160 FCM/ADDR outputC FCLKZ 162 (A/D) ADRSAMPL 163 Amplifier D ADRSPLS 189

A

B Temparature (A/D) FES 193 C sensorDRIVE� Servo D Pick Up Processor (A/D) TES 192 E Spindle BUS ASIC (A/D) SUM 191 Amplifier FG Tracking Focus VCC motor CPU H actuator actuator (PWM output) FCSR 209 SreadT+ LD PDmotor CAMERA (PWM output) FCSF T- ASIC (PWM output) TRKR 212 SLED+SENSOR ATA BUS (PWM output) TRKF 211 Servo SLED-

Driver BOARD(IDE) (PWM output) SLDR 207 F+ (MC2)

(PWM output) SLDF 206 F- SPREF 205 (BD6603KVT) U/V/W/COM 165 IoutWCLK 171 LD-ON/OffWG "0" Rec RF-On/Off Laser(oscillation circuit "1" Play Lazer POWER On/Off) APC IC 16bit Control (included SDCLK PS-On/Off(Power PICK UP) 96 saveOn/Off) (TA6015F) ST(abnormal detection)

SDRAM

CA2 (64Mbit)

Fig. 1

2. OUTLINE EXPLANATION OF DRIVE CIRCUIT The ascent and descent condition of the magnetic head is

BOARD being watched with the magnetic head up and down sensor.

2-1. MAGNETIC HEAD DRIVER CIRCUIT BOARD (MC1)

During recording, it is the driver circuit board to magnetize 2-2. SENSOR CIRCUIT BOARD (MC2)

toward the magnetic head. S8003 MC2

WRPROT

Disc write protect detection switch S8004 WD_P Amplitude + MH+ To the CARTRG Disc setting detection switch Large current limitation circuit magnetic head FET array D8003 WD_N buffer Amplitude - MH- To the PUINImagnetic Pick up location detection sensor limitation circuit head

SPDLW SPDLU EJULK

Magnetic SPDLV To the spindle head SPDLCOM motor EJLK UP/DOWN sensor MC1 Fig. 3

Fig. 2

2-2-1. EXPLANATION OF OPERATION

Sensor circuit board (MC2) is the relay circuit board for the

2-1-1. EXPLANATION OF OPERATION disc write protection detection, disc setting detection switch,

During recording, the data (WD_P and WD_N) from the MC3 the pickup location detection sensor and spindle motor con-

circuit board is used to operate the large current buffer at IC801 trol signal. in order to turn the FET array on and off. This is turn deter- mines the direction of the magnetic field applied to the mag- netic head. Also an upper limit is decided so that a magnetic field level may not be bigger at the amplitude limitation circuit by the data. – 4 –, 2-3. OUTLINE EXPLANATION FOR EACH BLOCK OF

DRIVE CIRCUIT BOARD (MC3) 1. FOCUS SERVO (DISC SURFACE RUNOUT TRACK-

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. ASIC (IC402). This controls the focus actuator of the pickup in order to carry out surface runout tracking control. Minute amplitude 2.5V The S-shaped curve amplitude of the focus error signal (FE signal) is TYP 1.2Vp-p GND Focus error singal observation terminal (TP810) inside outside IC831 SSI33P3721 DRIVE ASICGain-Amp Gain-Amp FES Matrix Read (x1.22) (x1.4) [Kf(A+C)-(B+D)] AGC Write (x0.76) DSPMACRO A, B, C, D OFFSET FESCDCANCEL FESIC835BAPWM 3/4(AD8532) AGC on/off FCSF FCSR45WG IC833 Land Land Land IN2FIN2R"0" REC (ADG702)Groove Groove H2F H2R "1" PLAY IC815 OUT OUT BD6603KVT 14 12 Focus actuator 2.5V The OA amplifiers and power supply of the analog switches are all 5V.

Fig. 4

1. Focus offset adjustment ABCD gain for the SSI is adjusted by the microprocessor in

When the servo and laser are both off, the DSP of the ASIC order to maintain the VPP for the S-shaped characteristics of

(IC402) samples the FE (focusing error) signal and obtains the FE signal to approximately 1.18 V. The ABCD gain for the average values which are used to control the offset cancel SSI can be adjusted within the range of x1.2 to x4.3. During registers of SSI33P3721 (IC402) in order to cancel the electri- recording (when the laser is at high power), the signal ampli- cal offset. The signal level is set to 2.5 V DC. tude is reduced by about half before the FE signal is input to the DSP of the ASIC (IC402). 2. Focus gain adjustment

The DSP of the ASIC (IC402) carries out focus searching to 3. Focus servo ON

measure the peak levels (+/–) for the S-shaped characteris- The DSP of the ASIC (IC402) moves the focus actuator up tics of the FE signal, and sets the ABCD gain (focus gain) for and down to control the FE signal so that its AC component is the SSI (IC831) in accordance with these values. The above “0”. 2. TRACKING SERVO (MAIN PP AND PP SUBTRAC-

TION METHOD) Servo control is carried out by the DSP which is built into the actuator of the pickup in order to carry out rotation offset track- ASIC (IC402). This controls the tracking actuator and the thread ing control.

Tracking error signal observation terminal (TP811) Main Beam PP SSI33P3721 inside outside [(A+D)-(B+C)] Gain-Amp TZC DSP (±6dB) 2x[(A+D)-(B+C)]- Gain-Amp TZC (tracking MACROα[(F+G)-(H+E)] (x1~x2.2) TZC Buf zero cross) A, B, C, D TESHFLPF OFFSET FESCANCEL IC835 PWM 5/6 PWM 1/2 IC814 IC837 (AD8532) SLDFSLDR C (AD8054) IC814 TRKFTRKR D (AD8051)(AD8054) B A Sub Beam PP23WG 36 35α[(F+G)-(H+E)] IC834 IN1FIN1R IN4FIN4REG"0" REC (ADG702) H4RE, F, G, H H1F H1R H4F Offset "1" PLAY IC815 OUT OUT OUT OUT Land Land Land adjustment BD6603KVT9740 42 Groove Groove IC814 (AD8054) 2.5V Tracking actuator Sread actuator

Fig. 5

– 5 –, 1. Tracking offset adjustment 3. Balance adjustment of main PP and sub PP 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 trol the offset cancel of SSI33P3721 (IC831) in order to can- signal when the actuator is shifted 0.83 V to the outside, when cel the electrical offset. it is shifted 0.83 V to the inside and when it is at the standard position. 2. Tracking gain adjustment When the focus servo is on, the DSP of the ASIC (IC402) 4. Servo ON (disc rotation offset tracking) measures the amplitude of the TE signal and uses it to set The DSP of the ASIC (IC402) moves the tracking actuator to the CGA amp gain of the SSI (IC831). the left or right to control the TE signal so that its AC compo- nent is “0”. 2-3-2. FCM/ADDR AMPLIFIER 1. FCM AMPLIFIER FCM is an abbreviation for Fine Clock Mark. This is used as the external clock reference to generate the signal which be- comes the syncronizing standard for the drive circuit board. inside outside ASIC IC851 Comparator AS-MO ASIC (AD8534) The OA amplifiers, analog switch FCM-PP 160 and the power supply of the PEAK HOLD FCLKAMPL A/D D/A FCLKSLS FCLKPPIC852 comparator IC are all 5V. circuit primary (LT1721) function Comparator BOTTOM circuitFCLKAMPBTM A/D D/A FCLKSLSBTMCDHOLD FCM-NP 161 circuit IC857

FCLKNP

B A (AD8534) primary IC852function (LT1721) DSP process circuit Comparator VC25 FCM-Z 162 FCLKZ IC852 (LT1721) Land Land Land IC855 Groove Groove (ADG701) VCA variable Gain-Amp comparator x2 input allowable 26.6[µs] IC814 IC854 range (± 4dB) value (0.8~3.6V) (AD8054) (AD8054) LC LC A, B, C, D Filter Filter FCMK signal Attenuator Ctrl IC854 obwervation IC853 (AD8054) termanal LAND 2.5V gain fixing TPP Matrix (BA7655)WG LAND (TP808) [(A+B)-(C+D)] play: x 6.356 FCM rec: x 3.33 upper slice level"0" REC Amp FCM 2.5V"1" PLAY GROOVE 2.5V FCLKGC lower slice level IC857 (AD8534) FCLKPP FCLKNP Fig. 6 1. Fine clock mark (FCM) 2. FCLKPP/FCLKNP/FCLKZ A computation ((A+B)–(C+D)) is carried out on the signals These are generated from the FCM signal by the comparator from the photosensor, after which they pass through the VCA (IC852) according to the timing shown in Fig. 7. circuit (IC853) and LPF circuit, and then the FCM signal am- 1. When LAND is on, the lead channel macro of the ASIC plitudes pass through the peak hold and bottom hold circuits judges that a FCM has been detected after the FCLKPP and are input to the DSP of the ASIC (IC402), where A/D signal has been detected and the FCLKZ signal is rising. conversion is carried out. At the DSP of the ASIC (IC402), the 2. When GROOVE is on, the lead channel macro of the ASIC D/A value of the signal (FCLKGC) which has had the control judges that a FCM has been detected after the FCLKNP voltage adjusted by the VCA (IC853) is changed so that the signal has been detected and the FCLKZ singal is falling. FCM level is set to the level which is necessary for the FCLKNP and FCLKPP signals to be generated. Furthermore,

LAND

DSP of the ASIC (IC402) and the above circuits set the slice GROOVE level to 50 % - 70 % of the +/– side FCM marks so that the comparator (IC852) (FCLKPP and FCLKNP) singals do not FCLKPP delay the transfer of the address signals. The above circuits adjust the signals so that the FCM amplitude is at about the FCLKZ same level when at the default recording and playback power.

FCLKNP

Furthermore, a ratio of 60 % or more between the + side and the – side of the FCM signal is necessary when LAND is on Fig. 7 and when GROOVE is on. The DSP controls the control po- tential of the VCA (IC853) so that the Vpp of the FCM signal is about TYP 1.7 Vp-p. Furthermore, the signal interval for the FCM signals is 532 x 50 ns = 26.6 µs. – 6 –, 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 FCM and address signals. the FCM signal. The frequency of the reproduced clock is 20 MHz. 5. Peak hold for FCM signal and bottom hold circuit These circuits use the amplitude modulation of the FCM sig- 4. LC filter nal to hold the peak level and the bottom level of the FCM LC filters are located before and after the VCA (IC853). Dur- signal at the capacity which is connected to the transistor ing recording, there is the possibility that the WCLK (20 MHz) emitter. or other high-frequency interference can become mixed in with 2. ADDRESS DETECTION/AMPLIFIER Mainly the address detection of the disc and signal process in order to detect are done. outside inside AS-MO ASICCDPEAK HOLD ADRSAMPL 189 A14BAThe OA amplifiers, analog switch FCLKWIN CIRCUITand the power supply of the comparator IC are all 5V. IC859 (ADG702) ADRSGC 173 A02 Land Land Land IC856 VCA Groove Groove (ADG701) variable range Comparator IC854 (± 4dB(min)) Gain-Amp VC25 IC814 ADRSPLS 163 (AD8054) (AD8054)

ADRSPLS

LC LC IC852 A, B, C, D Filter Filter (LT1721) Attenuator Ctrl IC853 IC854 comparator Gain fixing WG (BA7655) (AD8054) input allowable value Main Matrix Read: x 6.81 (0.67~3.36V) [(A+D)-(B+C)] Write: x 3.78 IC857 "0" REC (AD8534) "1" PLAY

ADRSGC

Amp Fig. 8 1. Address detection The main PP signal ((A+D)–(B+D)) at the tracking servo am- (IC853) is changed so that the amplitude of the address sig- plifier shown in Fig. 5 passes through the VCA circuit (IC853) nal can be changed to the appropriate level. Furthermore, it is and the LPF circuit, after which the address peak signal is input to the comparator (IC852) to generate the address sig- input to the DSP of the ASIC (IC402) and A/D conversion is nal. This address signal is taken up by the DC macro of the then carried out. As a result, the maximum amplitude of the ASIC (IC402) to be used as the frame address and track ad- address signal is detected and the control potential of the VCA dress during recording and playback. 2-3-3. RF AMPLIFIER RF is the data signal that it is to be read by a pickup sensor (I, J). SSI33P3721 TP801 Gain-Amplifier (MO observation) x 8.17 Cutoff Boost AGC AS-MO ASICI Programmable MO-RF 136 Equalizer RF Filter IC832 1372.0V REFTOP (AD8051) J 1381.0V REFBTM AGC on/off IC838 AGCOFFH 221 P06 (AD8062) I/J is bias by 2.5 V (FREF). MOAGCHLD +5VA AGCOFFH IC836 (ADG701) During AGC OFF Gain is decided. Fig. 9 – 7 –, The signals from the sensors (I/J) are pre-amplified by the APC IC (on the pickup) gain amplifier, and then pass through the AGC/equalizer of The APC IC functions to maintain the current detected by the the SSI (IC831), and are then input to the RF signal terminal photosensor attached to the laser to a constant level. This of the ASIC (IC402). The AGC control signal (AGCOFFH) from has the effect of canceling any fluctuations in characteristics the ASIC (IC402) is modulated to control the on/off status of resulting from the semiconductor laser temparature, and any the AGC. When the AGC is on, the wave pattern monitored at variances in production lots, so that the laser power can be TP801 is adjusted to a constant amplitude. maintained at a stable level. The ON/OFF laser high-frequency currents, power save and laser are output open corrector from 2-3-4. SERVO DRIVER LPC IC, and input to APC IC. The driver circuit of spindle motor, sread motor and each ac- tuators are accumulated inside BD6603KVT (IC815). The Superimposing high-frequency currents spindle motor is used three aspect sensorless motor (DC When a high-output semiconductor laser is used, interference motor). can be generated from the light which is reflected back from the disc. Because of this, high-frequency currents of 300-600 2-3-5. LASER POWER CONTROL MHz are superimposed on the laser drive currnet to reduce TA6015F (optical disc power control (LPC): IC841) and interference. TA6012F (optical disc high speed APC) are used in the pairs. An APC IC appears on the pickup. LPC (IC841) control makes 2-3-6. SDRAM it possible to set characteristics such as playback power, re- This is used as a WORK for ECC encoding and decoding, as cording peak power, duty, laser on/off setting and low power a buffer for seamless recording and playback, and as a drive consumption standby mode using the register settings of the cache. LPC (IC841). 3. BLOCK DIAGRAM OF PLAY/REC AND SIG-

NAL PROCESS etc.

Magnetic field strength

MH

Driver EQ, fc, Boost DRIVE ASIC Tap coefficient Expectationvalue MO SSI A/D Digital

PRML

IC EQI PR(1, 1)

ECC RCLK

APC Gain 2T signal IC FCM DelayG.C PLL Gain Slice Level Adrs G.C ADRSDec. 2T/8T amplitude Delay SH Off Track ratio quantity Tilt Mark LPC WCLK

IC

Duty Pr Pw

CPU

Temparature sensor Fig. 10 1. Playback clock by PLL The playback clock (20 MHz) which is generated from the FCLKPP/FCLKNP signals (see Fig. 7) obtained from the FCM is played back. The spindle motor operation is controlled by CLV (constant linear velocity) to provide a constant FCM cycle (26.6 µs). Accodingly, the rotation becomes faster as tracking moves toward the center of the disc. – 8 –, 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 10987654321IC905 (AD9803) CDS, AGC, A/D converterGBGB2. IC903 (CCD) RGRG[Structure] Interline type CCD image sensorGBGBOptical size 1/2 typeRGRGEffective pixels 1392 (H) × 1040 (V) GBGBPixels in total 1434 (H) × 1050 (V) RGRGNote Actual pixels 1360 (H) × 1024 (V) Horizontal register Optical black Horizontal (H) direction: Front 2 pixels, Rear 40 pixels 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Vertical (V) direction: Front 8 pixels, Rear 2 pixels Dummy bit number Horizontal : 20 Vertical : 3 Pin 1 Note: Photo sensor Fig. 1-2. CCD Block Diagram

V

H 40 Pin 11 Fig. 1-1.Optical Black Location (Top View) Pin No. Symbol Pin Description Waveform Voltage 1 Vφ 1 Vertical register transfer clock -8.0 V, 0 V 2, 3 Vφ2A, Vφ2B Vertical register transfer clock -8.0 V, 0 V, 15V4Vφ 3 Vertical register transfer clock -8.0 V, 0 V 5, 6, 8, NC 14, 16 7, 9, 12 GND GND GND0V10 VOUT Signal output Aprox. 7 V 11 VDD Circuit power DC 15 V 13 φSUB Substrate clock DC Different from every CCD 15 CSUB Substrate bias Different from every CCD 17 VL Protection transistor bias DC -8 V 18 φRG Reset gate clock 12 V, 17 V 19 Hφ 1 Horizontal register transfer clock 0 V, 5 V 20 Hφ 2 Horizontal register transfer clock 0 V, 5 V Table 1-1. CCD Pin Description When sensor read-out – 9 – VDD VOUT GND GND øSUB NC Vertical register NC GND CSUB NC NC NC VL Vø3 øRG Vø2B Hø1 Vø2A Hø2 Vø1, 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. There are S/H blocks inside IC905 generated and electronic shutter clock) which driver the CCD. from the XSHP and XSHD pulses, and it is here that CDS IC902, IC904 and IC908 are inverter IC which drives the hori- (correlated double sampling) is carried out. zontal CCDs (H1 and H2). In addition the XV1-XV3 signals After passing through the CDS circuit, the signal passes which are output from IC102 are the vertical transfer clocks, through the AGC amplifier. It is A/C converted internally into and the XSG1 and XSG signal which is output from IC102 is a 10-bit signal, and is then input to IC102 of the CA2 circuit superimposed onto XV2A and XV2B at IC907 in order to gen- board. The gain of the AGC amplifier is controlled by serial erate a ternary pulse. In addition, the XSUB signal which is data which is output from IC102 of the CA2 circuit board. output from IC102 is used as the sweep pulse for the elec- tronic shutter, and the RG signal which is output from IC102 PBLK AVDD AVSS CLPOB is the reset gate clock. AD9840

DRVDD CLP

4 dB DRVSS2~36 dB CCDIN CDS 2:1 10 1A 1 14 VCC VGA 10-BITMUX DOUTADC 1Y 2 13 6A

CLP

10 OffsetDAC BANDGAP VRT REFERENCE VRB 2A 3 12 6Y CLPDM BUF 8 INTERNAL CMLCONTROL AUX1IN 2:1 REGISTERS BIAS 2Y 4 11 5A MUX DVDD AUX2IN DIGITAL INTERNAL 3A 5 10 5Y CLP INTERFACE TIMING DVSS 3Y694A SL SCK SDATA SHPSHDDATA SEN CLK GND784Y Fig. 1-5. IC905 Block Diagram Fig. 1-3. IC902, IC904 and IC908 Block Diagram

VDD

Input SHT 20 Buffer

XSHT

2 V3B 19 XV3 3 VL 18 4 XSG3B V3A 17 5 XSG3A V1B 16 6 XV1 VH 15 7 XSG1B V1A 14 8 XSG1A V4 13 9 XV4 V2 12 10 XV2 GND 11 Fig. 1-4. IC907 Block Diagram – 10 –, 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. The RG is turned off by the timing in (2). In this condition, the floating diffusion is floated at high impedance. The H1 potential becomes shallow by the timing in (3), and the electric charge now moves to the floating diffusion. Here, the electric charges are converted into voltages at the rate of V = Q/C by the equivalent capacitance C of the floating diffusion. RG is then turned on again by the timing in (1) when the H1 potential becomes deep. Thus, the potential of the floating diffusion changes in proportion to the quantity of transferred electric charge, and becomes CCD output after being received by the source follower. The equivalent circuit for the output circuit is shown in Fig. 1-7. (1) H1 H2 H1 H2 H1 HOG RG CCD OUT

PD

(1) (2) (3) Floating diffusion 3.5VH1 0V (2) H1 H2 H1 H2 H1 HOG RG 3.5V H2 0V CCD OUT PD 15.5V

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12V (3) H1 H2 H1 H2 H1 HOG RG RG pulse peak signal CCD OUT Black level CCD OUT Signal voltage Fig. 1-6. Horizontal Transfer of CCD Imager and Extraction of Signal Voltage 6-2. Iris drive When in the aperture enable (AE SW) state, the target aper- Reset gate pulse 12V Pre-charge drain bias(PD) ture value signal (IRIS PWM) which is output by the ASIC and the aperture value signal (HALL OUT +/–) which is output by the lens are compared so that feedback control can be carried out. Direction of transfer 6-3. Focus drive H Register When the drive signals (FRSTB, FCW, FOEB and FCLK) which are output from the ASIC, the focus stepping motor is sine- Voltage output Electric wave driven by the micro-step motor driver (IC953). Detection charge of the standard focusing positions is carried out by means of the photointerruptor (FOCUS PI) inside the lens block. Floating diffusion gate is floated at a high impedance. C is charged 6-4. Zoom drive equivalently When the drive signals (ZRSTB, ZCW, ZOEB and ZCLK) which are output from the ASIC, the zoom stepping motor is sine- wave driven by the micro-step motor driver (IC954). Detection of the zoom positions is carried out by means of photoreflector Fig. 1-7. Theory of Signal Extraction Operation (ZOOM PI) inside the lens block. 6. Lens drive block 6-5. ND filter drive 6-1. Shutter drive When the drive signals (ND ON, ND OFF) which are output The shutter drive signal (SHUTTER) which is output by the from the ASIC, ND filter opens and closes. ASIC and the aperture enable signal (AE SW) cause a posi- tive and negative voltage are applied to the aperture drive coil to open and close the lens aperture. – 11 –, 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 into an interlaced signal for the video monitor. 1-9. 8-bit A/D circuit (Audio) The audio signals which were converted to digial form by the 1-2. Camera signal processor 8-bit A/D circuit are temporarily to a sound buffer and then This comprises circuits such as the digial clamp circuit, white recorded in the SSFDC card. During playback, the 8-bit D/A balance circuit, γcircuit, color signal generation circuit, ma- circuit converts these signals into analog audio signals. trix circuit and horizontal aperture circuit. 1-10. Sound buffer 1. Digital clamp circuit Audio memory The optical black section of the CCD extracts 16-pixel aver- aged values from the subsequent data to make the black level 1-11. LCD driver of the CCD output data uniform for each line. The 16-pixel The Y/C signals which are input to the LCD driver are con- averaged value for each line is taken as the sum of the value verted to RGB signals, and the timing signal which is neces- for the previous line multiplied by the coefficient k and the sary for LCD monitor display and the RGB signals are then value for the current line multiplied by the coefficient 1-k. supplied to the LCD monitor. 2. White balance circuit 1-12. LCD monitor This circuit controls the white balance by using the AWB judge- This is the image display device which displays the image ment value computed by the CPU to control the gain for each signals supplied from the LCD driver. R, G and B pixel based on the CCD data which has been read. 1-13. UART This circuit is used for transmitting serial data to a PC. The 3. γ circuit interface is RS-232C-compatible. This circuit performs (gamma) correction in order to maintain a linear relationship between the light input to the camera 1-14. MJPEG compression and the light output from the picture screen. Still and continuous frame data is converted to JPEG format, and movie images are compressed and expanded in MJPEG 4. Color generation circuit format. This circuit converts the CCD data into RGB signals. 2. Outline of Operation 5. Matrix circuit When the shutter opens, the reset signals, TEST0, TEST1 This circuit generates the Y signals, R-Y signals and B-Y sig- and the serial signals (“take a picture” commands) from the nals from the RGB signals. 8-bit microprocessor are input and record operation starts. When the TG drives the CCD, picture data passes through 6. Horizontal aperture circuit the A/D and is then input to the ASIC as 10-bit data. This data This circuit is used generate the aperture signal. then passes through the DCLP, AWB, shutter and γ circuit, after which it is input to the SDRAM. The AWB, shutter, γ , 1-3. SDRAM controller and AGC value are computed from this data, and in case of This circuit outputs address, RAS, CAS and AS data for con- 1-4 times exposures are made to obtain the optimum picture. trolling the SDRAM. It also refreshes the SDRAM. The data which has already been stored in the SDRAM is read by the CPU and color generation is carried out. Each 1-4. PIO pixel is interpolated from the surrounding data as being ei- The expansion parallel port can be used for functions such ther R, G or B primary color data to produce R, G and B data. as stroboscope control and LCD driver control. At this time, correction of the lens distortion which is a char- acteristic of wide-angle lenses is carried out. Aperture cor- 1-5. SIO (Serial control) rection is carried out, and in case of still picture the data is This is the interface for the 4-bit microprocessor. then compressed by the JPEG method and in case of picture it is compressed by MJPEG method and is transfered to MC3 1-6. USB control block. And then it is written to iD photo disc. When the data is This is comunicated PC with 12 Mbps. to be output to an external device, it is read JPEG picture data from the iD photo disc and output to PC via the USB or 1-7. TG, SG block IEEE1394. This is the timing generation circuit which generates the clocks (vertical transfer clock and electronic shutter clock) which drive the CCD. – 12 –, 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 γ revised can be displayed on the video. The YUV of 640 x 480 is then transferred to the SVRAM. The data which has accumulated in the SDRAM is after D/A conversion is carried out by SDRAM control circuit inside the ASIC, makes Y/C signal, the data is sent to the LCD panel and displayed. If the shutter button is pressed in this condition, the 10-bit data which is output from the A/D conversion block of the CCD is sent to the SDRAM (DMA transfer), and is displayed on the LCD as a freeze-frame image. During playback, the JPEG image data which has accumu- lated in the iD photo disc is converted to RGB signals. In the same way as for EE, the data is then sent to the SDRAM, after which D/A conversion is carried out inside the ASIC, and then the data is sent to the LCD panel and displayed. The LCD driver is converted Y/C signals to RGB signals from ASIC, and these RGB signals and the control signal which is output by the LCD driver are used to drive the LCD panel. The RGB signals are 1H transposed so that no DC compo- nent is present in the LCD element, and the two horizontal shift register clocks drive the horizontal shift registers inside the LCD panel so that the 1H transposed RGB signals are applied to the LCD panel. Because the LCD closes more as the difference in potential between the VCOM (common polar voltage: fixed at DC) and the R, G and B signals becomes greater, the display becomes darker; if the difference in potential is smaller, the element opens and the LCD become brighter. In addition, the bright- ness and contrast settings for the LCD can be varied by means of the serial data from the ASIC. – 13 –, 3-3. PW1 POWER CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 1. Outline 1-7. CCD Power Output This is the PW1 power circuit for camera block. The oscilla- IC511 CH1 is output. It is output CCD power supply (5.1 V tion frequency is 400 kHz, and it has no voltage adjustment. (A), 15.0 V (A), –8 V (A)) and digital 5.1 V (D) by transformer T5101. Feedback for 5.1 V (D) is provided to Pin (29) of IC511 1-1. IC501 and IC511 so that PWM control can be carried out. This is necessary for controlling the power supply for a PWM- type switching regulator, and IC501 is provided with four built- 1-8. LCD Panel Power Output in channels step-down circuits. IC511 is provided with trans- IC511 CH2 is output. It is output LCD panel power supply former control and step-up circuit for backlight. The oscilla- (5.1 V (L), 12.4 V (L), 15 V (L)) by transformer T5102. Feed- tion frequency is approx. 200 kHz. back for 5.1 V (L) is provided to Pin (26) of IC511 so that PWM control can be carried out. 1-2. Short-circuit protection circuit If output is short-circuited for the length of time (approx. 120 1-9. EVF Back Light Power Output ms) determined by the condenser which are connected to IC511 CH3 is output. It is output EVF backlight power supply. Pin (17) of IC501 and Pin (17) of IC511, all output is turned The backlight is controlled constant current 15 mA. Output off. The control signal (P ON) are recontrolled or reset on the voltage is approx. 11-14 V by LED VF is scattered. power to restore output. 1-10. LCD Back Light Power Output 1-3. Head4VPower Output IC511 CH4 is output. It is output EVF backlight power supply. IC501 CH1 is output. It is used for head power supply of disc. The backlight is controlled constant current 8.3 mA. Output Feedback for output voltage is provided to Pin (29) of IC501 voltage is approx. 20-24 V by LED VF is scattered. so that PWM control can be carried out. 1-4. Digital 3.3 V System Power Output IC501 CH2 is output. It is used for digital circuit power supply of camera. Feedback for output voltage is provided to Pin (26) of IC501 so that PWM control can be carried out. 1-5. Digital 2.4 V System Power Output IC501 CH3 is output. It is used for core power supply of cam- era ASIC. Feedback for output voltage is provided to Pin (11) of IC501 so that PWM control can be carried out. 1-6. Motor5VPower Output IC501 CH4 is output. It is used for lens circuit power supply. Feedback for output voltage is provided to Pin (7) of IC501 so that PWM control can be carried out. – 14 –, 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. Feedback for output voltage is provided to Pin (26) of IC521 so that PWM control can be carried out. 1-1. IC521 This is necessary for controlling the power supply for a PWM- 1-5. Spindle 3.35 V System Power Output type switching regulator, and is provided with four built-in chan- CH3 is output. It is used for spindle motor power supply. Feed- nels step-down circuits. The oscillation frequency is approx. back for output voltage is provided to Pin (11) of IC521 so 400 kHz. that PWM control can be carried out. 1-2. Short-circuit protection circuit 1-6. Digital 3.15 V System Power Output If output is short-circuited for the length of time (approx. 120 CH4 is output. It is used for digital circuit power supply of ms) determined by the condenser which is connected to Pin disc. Feedback for output voltage is provided to Pin (7) of (17) of IC501, all output is turned off. The control signal (P IC521 so that PWM control can be carried out. ON) are recontrolled or reset on the power to restore output. 1-3. 4.9 V System Power Output CH1 is output. It is divided 4.9 V (D) and 4.9 V (A). 4.9 V (A) is mainly used for laser power supply. Feedback for output voltage is provided to Pin (29) of IC521 so that PWM control can be carried out. – 15 –, 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. operating and the main electorolytic capacitor is charged with high-voltage direct current. 2-1. Emission control circuit However, when the CHG signal is Low (0 V), the charging When the RDY signal is input to the emission control circuit, circuit does not operate. Q5409 switches on and preparation is made to let current flow to the light emitting element. Moreover, when a STOP 1-1. Power switch signal is input, the stroboscope stops emitting light. When the CHG signal switches to Hi, Q5406 turns ON and the charging circuit starts operating. 2-2. Trigger circuit When a TRIG signal is input to the trigger circuit, D5405 1-2. Power supply filter switches on, a high-voltage pulse of several kilovolts is gen- L5401, C5401 and C5402 constitute the power supply filter. erated inside the trigger circuit, and this pulse is then applied They smooth out ripples in the current which accompany the to the light emitting part. switching of the oscillation transformer. 2-3. Light emitting element 1-3. Oscillation circuit When the high-voltage pulse form the trigger circuit is ap- This circuit generates an AC voltage (pulse) in order to in- plied to the light emitting part, currnet flows to the light emit- crease the UNREG power supply voltage when drops in cur- ting element and light is emitted. rent occur. This circuit generates a drive pulse with a frequency of approximately 50-100 kHz. Because self-excited light omis- Beware of electric shocks. sion is used, the oscillation frequency changes according to the drive conditions. 1-4. Oscillation transformer The low-voltage alternating current which is generated by the oscillation control circuit is converted to a high-voltage alter- nating current by the oscillation transformer. 1-5. Rectifier circuit The high-voltage alternating current which is generated at the secondary side of T5401 is rectified to produce a high- voltage direct current and is accumulated at electrolytic ca- pacitor C5050 on the PW1 circuit board. 1-6. Voltage monitoring circuit This circuit is used to maintain the voltage accumulated at C5050 at a constance level. After the charging voltage is divided and converted to a lower voltage by R5417 and R5419, it is output to the SY1 circuit board as the monitoring voltage VMONIT. When this VMONIT voltage reaches a specified level at the SY1 circuit board, the CHG signal is switched to Low and charging is interrupted. – 16 –, 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. Operation key input, 2. Mode LCD display, 3. Clock control, 4. Power ON/OFF, 5. Storobe charge control Pin Signal I/O Outline 1 CHG VOL I Strobe charge voltage input (analog input) 2~3 GND - GND 4~7 SCAN IN 0~3 I Key matrix input 8 AVDD - A/D converter analog power terminal 9 AVREF I A/D converter standard voltage input terminal 10 TARRY LED O Remote control LED L : LED light 11 GND - GND 12 VSS - GND 13~19 NOT USED - - 20 AVREF ON O A/D standard voltage ON/OFF signal L : ON 21 GND - GND 22 CHG ON O Flash charge ON/OFF signal H : ON 23~25 COM1~COM3 O Mode LCD common signal output 26 NOT USED - - 27 BIAS - LCD motor voltage supply terminal 28~30 VLC0~VLC2 - LCD motor voltage terminal 31 VSS - GND 32~51 S1~S20 O Mode LCD segment signal output 52~56 NOT USED - - 57~59 SCAN IN 4~6 I Key matrix input 60 DC IN I DC adaptor insertion detection L : ON 61~63 NOT USED - - 64 WAKE UP I Signal for detection of access condition to disc H : Rotation 65 NOT USED - - 66 MECHA SW I Detection of disc insertion & cover open/close L : Disc insertion and cover close 67 NOT USED - - 68 GND - GND 69 STROBE SW I Strobe pop up detection H : Pop up 70 PA ON O DC/DC converter (analog) ON/OFF signal H : ON 71 P ON O DC/DC converter ON/OFF signal H : ON 72 MIC JACK I External microphone detection H : Insert microphone 73 GND - GND 74 AV JACK I Video output cable connection detection signal H : Connection 75 SI I Serial communication data input (←ASIC) 76 SO O Serial communication data output (→ASIC) 77 SCK O Serial communication clock output (→ASIC) 78 IC - Connect to VSS 79 XOUT O Main clock oscillation terminal (4 MHz) 80 XIN I Main clock oscillation terminal 81 VDD - Power supply terminal 82 XCIN I Sub clock oscillation terminal (32.768 kHz) 83 XCOUT O Sub clock oscillation terminal See next page → – 17 –, 84 RESET I Reset input 85 BAT OFF I Battery OFF detection signal L : OFF 86 IR IN I Remote control signal input terminal 87 SREQ I Serial communication request signal L : Request 88 USB I USB connector connection detection signal L : Connection 89 JOGRIJog right rotation 90 JOGLIJog left rotation 91~94 SCAN OUT 0~3 O Key matrix output 95 LCD ON O LCD monitor power ON/OFF signal H : ON 96 ASIC TEST O ASIC reset control signal 97 ASIC RESET O ASIC reset signal L : Reset output 98 ASIC TEST1OASIC test signal 99 AVSS - A/D converter GND power terminal 100 BATTERY I Battery voltage input (analog input) Table 4-1. 8-bit Microprocessor Port Specification 2. Internal Communication Bus The SY1 circuit board carries out overall control of camera operation by detecting the input from the keyboard and the condition of the camera circuits. The 8-bit microprocessor reads the signals from each sensor element as input data and outputs this data to the camera circuits (ASIC) or to the LCD display device as operation mode setting data. Fig. 4-1 shows the internal commu- nication between the 8-bit microprocessor and ASIC RISC CPU circuits. ASIC TEST 1 ASIC TEST 0 S. REQ 8-bit ASIC SO ASIC RISC CPU microprocessor 1 CHIP CPU ASIC SI ASIC SCK

RESET

Fig. 4-1 Internal Bus Communication System 3. Key Operaiton For details of the key operation, refer to the instruction manual.

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0 LEFT DOWN UP RIGHT f1 f2 Auto/Manual 1 1st 2nd EXE CUTE AF AE AWB CAMERA 2 STILL IMAGE SEQUENTIAL SHOOTINGSHOT VIDEO CLIPS OPT COMMUNICA- TION POWER - 3 SET MODE - - ZOOM TELE ZOOM WIDE - Table 4-2. Key Matrix table – 18 –, 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. When the battery is removed, the 8-bit micro- processor operates in sleep mode using the backup battery. At this time, the 8-bit microprocessor only carries out clock counting, and waits in standby for the battery to be attached again. When a switch is operated, the 4-bit microprocessor supplies power to the system as required. The 8-bit microprocessor first sets both the P ON signal at pin (71) and the PA ON signal at pin (70) to high, and then turns on the DC/DC converter. After this, Low pulse are output from pins (96), (98) and (97) in order so that the ASIC RISC CPU is set to the active condition. If the LCD monitor is on, the LCD ON signal at pin (95) set to high, and the DC/DC converter for the LCD monitor is turned on. Once RISC CPU processing is completed, the ASIC RISC CPU return to the reset condition, all DC/DC converters are turned off and the power supply to the whole system is halted. ASIC, RISC 4bit MODE LCD (EVF) CPU, CCD DRIVE memory CPU LCD MONITOR 3.3V(D) 5V(A) 3.2 V 3.2 V 5V (L) 4.9V(D),3.15V(P), Supply voltage 3.3 V, 2.5 V 4.9V(A),3.15V(D), +15 V -8 V (ALWAYS) (ALWAYS) +12V etc. 4V(H), 3.1V(A) Power OFF OFF OFF 32KHz OFF OFF OFF No disc OFF OFF 4MHz ON OFF OFF Play back ON OFF 4MHz ON ON/OFF ON Power Power switch ON-Auto power down OFF OFF 4MHz ON OFF OFF Shutter switch ON ON ON→OFF 4MHz ON OFF ON

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Resolution, Flash, OFF OFF 4MHz ON OFF OFF Self timer switch ON LCD finder ON ON 4MHz ON ON/OFF ON Table 4-3. Camera Mode (Battery Operation) ASIC, RISC 4bit MODE LCD (EVF) CPU, CCD DRIVE memory CPU LCD MONITOR Supply voltage5V(A) 3.2 V 3.2V5V(L)3.3 V ↑+15 V -8 V (ALWAYS) (ALWAYS) +12V etc. Power OFF OFF OFF 32 KHz OFF OFF OFF No disc OFF OFF 4 MHz ON OFF OFF Power switch ON-Auto power down OFF OFF 4 MHz ON OFF OFF Take a picture ON ON→OFF 4 MHz ON OFF ON Power Erase image ON OFF 4 MHz ON OFF ON

ON

Download image ON OFF 4 MHz ON OFF ON Continuous image ON ON 4 MHz ON OFF ON Message from host ON ON 4 MHz ON OFF ON Note) P. SAVE = Power save mode, 4 MHz = Main clock operation, 32 kHz = Sub clock operation Table 4-4. Host Mode (Battery Operation) – 19 –, 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. Push the eject lever in the direction 2. Gently pull out the of the arrow to open the protective spacer. disk holder. 4-2. REMOVAL OF CABINET ASSEMBLY 1. Three screws 1.7x5138. Screw 1.7x62. Screws 1.7x439. Cabinet bottom 3. Cabinet top 2 40. Open the cover 4. FPC 3 battery. 5. Two screws 1.7 x 3.5 8 41. Screw 1.7 x 2.5 6. Four screws 1.7x3442. Screw 1.7x57. Cabinet lens L 13 43. Screw 1.7x58. Cabinet VF 5 44. Connector 9. Six screws 1.7x4145. Ring MF 10. Screw 1.7 x 2.5 6 46. Cabinet side L 11. Cover bottom7112. Cabinet back 17 13. Screw 1.7 x 3.5 14. Screw 1.7 x 2.5 35 15. Screw 1.7x516. Cabinet front 17. Cabinet lens R A21 3620 18. Connector 19. FPC 33 9 20. Screw 1.7 x 2.5 11 21. SY2 board 22. Screw 1.7 x 3.5 3014 29A 10 23. Flexible PWB unitBC26 24. Two FPCs 19 C

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25. Connector 18 D 24 26. Cabinet jog B 16 27. Two screws 1.7 x 2.5 44 23 B 28. Button AWB 27 29. Five screws 1.7x425 30. SY4 board 28 31. Two screws 1.7x443 32 3141 22 32. Holder zoom A 42 33. Push the button. 34. Three screws 1.7 x 2.5 39 46 35. Screw 1.7x538 40 36. Holder flash B 37 37. Two screws 1.7x4– 20 –, 4-3. REMOVAL OF LCD, SY1 BOARD, SY3 BOARD AND ST1 BOARD 1. Two screws 1.7x519. Connector

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2. Connector 20. LCD 3. FPC 21. FPC 4. Holder LCD VF 22. Flexible flat cable 2314 11 5. Two screws 1.7 x 3.5 23. SY1 board E 6. Unit control mode 15 13 22 7. Holder mode 17 8. Two screws 1.4 x 1.9 21 1 9. Connector 10. Holder speaker 16 G 11. Screw 1.7 x 3.5 12. FPC 4 13. Connector 5 14. Screw 1.7 x 2.5 2 15. Holder dec LCD 6 16. FPC 312 20 17. Unit flexible PWB F 18. FPC 7

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30 33 H 24. Two screws 1.7 x 2.5 31 33 37 25. Holder brind 26. Two screws 1.7 x 3.5 36 27. Holder SY 28. Screw 1.7x229. Holder heat sink 30. Screw 1.7 x 3.5 31. SY3 board 32. Screw 1.7 x 3.5 33. Two connectors 34. ST1 board 35. Two screws 1.7 x 3.5 36. Screw 1.7 x 4.0 37. Holder lens MO – 21 –, 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 1.7x24. Two screws 1.7 x 3.5 10. Five screws 1.4 x 2.5 16. Holder lens mecha 5. Two screws 1.7 x 3.5 11. Cover mecha (protective housings) 17. Heat sink A 6. Two screws 1.7x412. Two screws 1.7 x 3.5 15 17526163– 22 –, 4-5. REMOVAL OF PW1 BOARD, PW2 BOARD, CA1 BOARD, SY5 BOARD AND BOARD LOCATION95418721. Screw 1.7 x 3.5 6 2. Screw 1.7x43. PW1 board 4. Screw 1.7 x 3.5 3 5. PW2 board 14 6. Two screws 2.0 x 3.5 11 7. Holder lens top 8. Screw 1.7 x 2.5 9. Unit flexible PWB 10. Two screws 2.0 x 3.5 11. Holder lens front 12. Shield tape 13. Screw2x2.5 15 14. Two screws2x612 15. CA1 board 16. Screw 2.0 x 3.5 17. Holder battery C 18. Two screws 1.7x319. SY5 board 18 19 PW2 board MC3 board SY1 board CA2 board CA3 board SY2 board SY4 board SY3 board PW1 board ST1 board CA1 board SY5 board – 23 –, 5. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT 6. Lens 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 J-1 Color viewer 5,100 K VJ8-0007  8-3. LCD Gain Adjustment J-2 Siemens star chart 8-4. LCD Blue Brightness Adjustment 8-5. LCD Red Brightness Adjustment J-3 Calibration software VJ8-0178 Note: If the lens, CCD and board in item 5-7, it is necessary J-4 Chart for color adjustment VJ8-0155 to adjust again. Adjustments should be carried out in J-5 Extension cord VJ8-0176 sequence. For 7, carry out adjustment after sufficient charging has taken place. Note: J-1 color viewer is 100 - 110 VAC only. 5-4. Setup

J-1 J-2 1. System requirements

Windows 98 or Me IBM R -compatible PC with Pentium processor CD-ROM drive 3.5-inch high-density diskette drive USB port, 40 MB RAM Monitor which allows full-color or high-color display IEEE1394 port (when carrying out IEEE1394 operation com- pliance checks)   2. Installing calibration software

J-3 J-4 1. Insert the calibration software installation diskette into your

diskette drive. 2. Open the explorer. 3. Copy the DscCal_162 folder on the floppy disk in the FD drive to a folder on the hard disk. 3. Installing USB driver Install the USB drive which are included in the computer con- nection kit.

J-5 4. Installing IEEE1394 driver (when carrying out IEEE1394

operation compliance checks) Install the B’s CLip which are included in the computer con- nection kit. 5. Color Viewer Turn on the switch and wait for 30 minutes for aging to take place before using Color Pure. 6. Computer screen during adjustment Calibration Upload LCD 5-2. Equipment AWB Firmware R Bright B Bright VCOMDC 1. Oscilloscope Focus Image RGB Offset Gain VCOMPP2. Digital voltmeter UV Matrix 3. PC (IBM R -compatible PC, Pentium processor, Window Cal Mode Initialize Tint Phase 98 or Me) OK

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4. AC adaptor Cal Data H AFC TestLCD Type

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5-3. Adjustment Items and Order SettingLanguage 1. IC501 Oscillation Frequency Adjustment USB strage 2. 5.1 V (A) Voltage Adjustment Get VID Set Serial Set Video Mode Set PID Set Rev. Set 3. 12.4 V (L) Voltage Adjustment MAC address 4. Hall Element Adjustment Get Set 5. AWB Adjustment – 24 –, 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. The adjustment other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. Laser Type: Semiconductor laser AlGanP Output power: 3.5 mW (read-average), 5.85 mW (write-average) Beam divergence: 45.5 degrees (objective lens emission) Wavelength: 655 to 666 nm (at 20 to 25 °C) To USB port USB cable AC adaptor – 25 –, 5-6. Adjust Specifications 1. IC501 Oscillation Frequency Adjustment [PW1 board (Side A and B)] Measuring Point Q5109 collector or CL540 Measuring Equipment Frequency counter ADJ. Location VR511 ADJ. Value 200 ± 1 kHz Adjustment method: CL529 Q5109 1. Adjust with VR511 to 200 ± 1 kHz. 2. 5.1 V (A) Voltage Adjustment Measuring Point CL529 Measuring Equipment Digital voltmeter ADJ. Location VR512 ADJ. Value 5.15 ± 0.05 V Adjustment method: 1. Adjust with VR512 to 5.15 ± 0.05 V. 3. 12.4 V (L) A Voltage Adjustment Side A Measuring Point CL525 Measuring Equipment Digital voltmeter ADJ. Location VR513 VR513 ADJ. Value 12.40 ± 0.10 V CL525 CL540 Adjustment method: 1.Adjust with VR513 to 12.40 ± 0.10 V VR512 4. Hall Element Adjustment [CA2 board (Side A and B)] VR511 VR972 VR971 Side B Side A Note: 1. Voltage adjustment is necessary to repair in the PW1 board TP971 TP974 and replace the parts. TP973 TP972 Storobe discharge: 1. Remove the solders of JW541 (pink, 330 V) and JW542 (blue, GND) on the ST1 board. Side B Preparation: 1. Do not activate the ST1 board when adjusting the voltage. Adjustment condition: (If activating the circuits on the ST1 board, be sure to con- 1. After adjustment, the readjustment is necessary to replace nect a stroboscope main condenser beween JW541 and the lens and the CA2 board. JW542 first.) Adjustment method: 2. Connect CN107 on the CA2 board and CN501 on the PW1 1. Set the power on at the REC mode, and turn on the LCD. board with extension cord. 2. Connect TP974 and TP972. The iris will close and get dark. 3. Connect the LCD panel and EVF panel. 3. Adjust VR972 so that the voltage of TP971 is 1.0 ± 0.03 V. 4. Set the iD disc. 4. Disconnect TP974 and TP972, and then connect TP973 3. Set the power on with still mode, and set the through im- and TP972. The iris will open, and display the monitor. age. (S1703 open condition.) 5. Adjust VR971 so that the voltage of TP971 is 3.0 ± 0.03 V. – 26 –, 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. Double-click on the DscCalDi126a. 2. Select “CCD Defect” on the LCD “Test”, and click the “Yes”. 3. After the adjustment is completed, OK will display. 4. Click the OK. Camera 8. LCD Panel Adjustment 0 - 18 cm [CA3 board (Side A)] All white pattern Color viewer (5,100K) Preparation: POWER switch: ON CL415 Adjusting method: CL414 1. When setting the camera in place, set it to an angle so that CL416 nothing appears in any part of the color viewer except the white section. (Do not enter any light.) 2. Double-click on the DscCalDi126a. VR171 3. Click the AWB, and click the Yes. 4. AWB adjustment value will appear on the screen. 5. Click the OK. 6. Lens Adjustment 8-1. LCD H AFC Adjustment Preparation: POWER switch: ON Adjusting method: 1. Double-click on the DscCalDi126a. 2. Select 0 on the LCD “H AFC”. Cable 3. While watching the LCD monitor, adjust VR171 so that the edge of the LCD adjustment frame are the same distance from the left and right edge of the LCD screen. (A = B) Camera Approx. LCD 100 cm ± 3 cm adjustment LCD screen A Siemens B frame star chart Preparation: FPC POWER switch: ON Adjustment condition: 8-2. LCD RGB Offset Adjustment More than A3 size siemens star chart Adjusting method: Fluorescent light illumination with no flicker 1. Adjust LCD “RGB offset” so that the amplitude of the CL416 Illumination above the subject should be 400 lux ± 10 %. waveform is 7.3 V ± 0.3 Vp-p. Adjustment method: 1. Set the siemens star chart 100 cm ± 3 cm so that it be- comes center of the screen. – 27 –, 7.3 V VG ± 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- form is 4.0 V ± 0.1 Vp-p. VG + 0.2 Note: ± 0.05 Vp-p 8-2. LCD RGB Offset adjustment should always be carried out first. CL414 waveform 8-5. LCD Red Brightness Adjustment 4.0 V Adjusting method: ± 0.1Vp-p 1. Adjust LCD “R Bright” so that the amplitude of the CL415 waveform is VG – 0.1 ± 0.05 Vp-p with respect to the CL416 (VG) waveform. Note: 8-2. LCD RGB Offset adjustment and 8-3. LCD Gain adjust- CL416 waveform ment should always be carried out first. 8-4. LCD Blue Brightness Adjustment Adjusting method: 1. Adjust LCD “B Bright” so that the amplitude of the CL414 waveform is VG + 0.2 ± 0.05 Vp-p with respect to the CL416 (VG) waveform.

VG

Note: 8-2. LCD RGB Offset adjustment and 8-3. LCD Gain adjust- ment should always be carried out first. CL416 waveform VG – 0.1 ± 0.05 Vp-p CL415 waveform – 28 –, 6. MAC ADDRESS 1. SETTING MAC ADDRESS 3. WRITING THE MAC ADDRESS TO THE MEMORY MAC addresses consist of 64-bit numbers (hexadecimal for- 1. Turn on the power for the computer and the camera. The mat) which are unique for each separate device which is com- camera will be ready for use 30 seconds after the power patible with IEEE1394. As a result, if these numbers are in- for the camera is turned on. correct, it will cause problems with device identification if us- 2. Set the camera to communication mode (“PC-U” will ap- ing this device while connected to a network which is being pear). used by a large number of other IEEE1394-compliant devices, 3. Connect the camera to the computer by the extension cord. and this can result in inconvenience to the customer. There- 4. Start up the calibration software on the computer. fore, MAC addresses are assigned separately for each de- 5-1. If the firmware has been rewritten vice and are written to the device’s memory during the manu- 1. After rewriting the firmware, click Get in the MAC Ad- facturing process. The first seven characters of the MAC ad- dress window of the adjustment screen, and check that dress for this device (08007B5) are fixed (as indicated by the the MAC address is unchanged from what it was before manufacturer), and all subsequent characters are unique for the firmware was rewritten. each separate device. 2. If the MAC address is different from what it was before the firmware was written, enter the MAC address code 2. CHECKING AND WRITING THE MAC ADDRESS before the firmware was written, and then click Set. 3. Click Get and check that the correct MAC address was 1. Check the MAC address when rewriting the firmware. Be- written correctly. fore rewriting the firmware, click Get in the MAC Address 5-2. If the CA2 circuit has been replaced window of the adjustment screen, and write down the MAC 1. Enter the MAC address code which was provided with address. the sub-board in the MAC Address window of the adjust- 2. After the CA2 board has been replaced, you need to write ment screen, and then click Set. the MAC address to the memory. 6. Close the calibration software on the computer. Calibration Upload LCD AWB Firmware R Bright B Bright VCOMDC Focus Image RGB Offset Gain VCOMPP UV Matrix Cal Mode Initialize Tint Phase

OK EVF

Cal Data H AFC TestLCD Type

OK

Setting Language USB strage Get VID Set Serial Set Video Mode Set PID Set Rev. Set MAC address Get 08 00 7B 50 00 00 00 00 Set – 29 –, 7. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

POWER LOSS INOPERTIVE NO PICTURE (USB)

IC301-58 (SCAN IN 5) NO CHECK ARREY INCLUD- CHECK OSCILLA- NO CLK FOR SYSTEM OPERATION PULSE INPUT ING POWER SW, FPC, TION IC111-9 MAIN NO OPERATION IF ABSENT CN307, R3062, D3003 CLK (114MHz) CHECK X1101 OSCILLATOR, R1105 AND IC111 YES YES IC302-7 (UNREG) LOW CHECK OSCILLA- NO CLK FOR USB COMMUNICATION CHECK MORE THAN CHECK PW1 TION IC111-14 CLK NO OPERATION IF ABSENT 6V (FUSE PR502) (96MHz) CHECK X1101 OSCILLATOR, R1103 AND IC111 HIGH YES IC301-81 LOW CHECK OSCILLATION NO SDRAM (IC106, IC107, IC103) MOVEMENT (VDD) CHECK IC302 IC106, IC107-38, IC103- CLOCK. NO READ PROGRAM FROM IC121 IF CHECK 3.2V 35 SDRAM CLK (57MHz) ABSENT. CHECK IC102, IC106, IC107, IC103. HIGH YES LOW CHECK SERIAL NO INCORRECT HANDSHAKING BETWEEN 8-BITIC301-84 (RESET) CHECK IC302, R3051 SIGNAL IC102- CPU (IC301) AND ASIC (IC102) CHECK 3.2V 139~142, IC301-75~78 CHECK IC301, R3001 HIGH YES IC301-85 LOW CHECK IC301-88 HIGH USB CONNECTION RECOGNITION (BAT OFF) CHECK R3052 (USB CONNECT) SIGNAL TO PC CHECK 3.2V CHECK IC301, R3006, Q1304, R1309 HIGH LOW IC301-80 NO LOW USB CONNECTION RECOGNITIONCHECK IC102-100 CHECK CHECK X3001 SIGNAL TO PC(Q1307 COLLECTOR) OSCILLATION CHECK IC102, R1307, Q1307 YES HIGH IC301-82 NO CHECK LOW USB CONNECTION STARTCHECK Q1305-2 CHECK X3002, R3004, SIGNAL FROM ASIC (USB ON) OSCILLATION C3001, C3002 CHECK IC102 YES HIGH CHECK SOLDER OF Q1305, CHECK IC301 Q1306, R1308, R1355, R1359, R1313, R1350, R1312, CN105

TAKING INOPERATIVE NO PICTURE (IEEE1394)

PUSH SHUTTER CHECK OSCILLA- NO CLK FOR SYSTEM OPERATION BUTTON TION IC111-9 MAIN NO OPERATION IF ABSENT CLK (114MHz) CHECK X1101 OSCILLATOR, R1105 AND IC111

YES

IC301-4, 5, 92 NO CHECK FPC INCLUDING CHECK OSCILLA- NO CLK FOR USB COMMUNICATION (SCAN IN 0, 1 SCAN SHUTTER SW, CN302, TION IC111-14 CLK NO OPERATION IF ABSENT OUT 1) PULSE INPUT D3001, R3021, R3022 (96MHz) CHECK X1101 OSCILLATOR, R1103 AND IC111 YES YES CHECK CN301-8, 9 LOW CHECK IC301, CN301, CHECK OSCILLATION NO SDRAM (IC106, IC107, IC103) MOVEMENT or IC301-70, 71 CN106, CN104, CN107, IC106, IC107-38, IC103- CLOCK. NO READ PROGRAM FROM IC121 IF (P ON, PA ON) R3005, R3006, PW1, PW2 35 SDRAM CLK (57MHz) ABSENT. CHECK IC102, IC106, IC107, IC103. HIGH YES CHECK CN301-7, 20, LOW CHECK CHECK SERIAL NO INCORRECT HANDSHAKING BETWEEN 8-BIT 21 (ASIC TEST 0, 1 IC301, CA2 (IC102, SIGNAL IC102- CPU (IC301) AND ASIC (IC102) RESET) IC121 etc.), PW1 139~142, IC301-75~78 CHECK IC301, R3001 HIGH YES CHECK SERIAL CHECK OSCILLA- NO CLOCK FOR IC402 COMMUNICATION NG CHECK TION X4001-3 (MC3) CHECK X4001, (IC102-139~142, IC301, CA2 (IC102, (24.576 MHz) R4801, R4802 IC301-75~78) IC121 etc.) YES OK CHECK SOLDER of IC402, JK404, CHECK CA2, MC3 R4011~R4015, IC404 – 30 –, 8. PARTS LIST LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION

ACCESSORIES & PACKING MATERIALS 9115 636 055 8786 INSTRUCTION MANUAL, DIGITAL DISK

CAMERA SANYO UTILITY SOFTWARE PACK 1 636 057 7138 ASSY,HOLDER G BELT-111/J (ENGLISH) 2 636 057 7169 STRAP -SX111/J 9116 636 062 1541 INSTRUCTION MANUAL PDF, CAMERA & 3 645 024 7330 CABLE,A/V DIGITAL DISK CAMERA SANYO UTILITY 4 645 041 0017 BATTERY,RECHARGE,LI-ION (BATTERY PACK) SOFTWARE PACK (ENGLSH, FRENCH, 5 645 040 4702 ADAPTOR,AC-DC/CHARGER SPANISH, GERMAN) 6 645 042 5813 CORD,POWER-1.2MK,CRAMP, 9119 636 062 1596 INSTRUCTION MANUAL, PANORAMA (ENGLSH, IDC-1000ZEX ONLY FRENCH, SPANISH, GERMAN) 6 645 042 5844 CORD,POWER-1.2MK,CRAMP, 9212 636 062 1572 INSTRUCTION MANUAL, QUICK GUIDE FOR IDC-1000ZE ONLY CAMERA (ENGLSH) 6 645 042 5837 CORD,POWER-1.9MK,CRAMP, 9213 636 062 1602 INSTRUCTION MANUAL, QUICK GUIDE FOR IDC-1000ZU ONLY CAMERA (FRENCH), EXCEPT IDC-1000ZE 7 645 040 4849 REMOCON,SX111/J (REMOTE CONTROL) 9214 636 062 1619 INSTRUCTION MANUAL, QUICK GUIDE FOR 8 636 060 9501 SPACER, PROTECTOR CAMERA (SPANISH), EXCEPT IDC-1000ZE 9 636 058 7953 ASSY,CAP LENS-SX111/J (CAP FOR LENZ) 9215 636 062 1664 INSTRUCTION MANUAL, QUICK GUIDE FOR 10 645 024 6012 CABLE, SCART ADAPTOR, IDC-1000ZE ONLY CAMERA (KOREAN), IDC-1000ZU ONLY 11 645 045 6916 MICROPHONE 9313 636 062 1633 INSTRUCTION MANUAL, QUICK GUIDE FOR 12 645 024 8573 CORE,CLAMP CAMERA (CHINESE), IDC-1000ZEX ONLY 13 645 040 2883 CABLE,IEEE-1394 6P&4P 9314 636 062 1640 INSTRUCTION MANUAL, QUICK GUIDE FOR (IEEE-1394 INTERFACE CABLE) CAMERA (ITALIAN), IDC-1000ZEX ONLY 14 645 042 7961 CORE,CLAMP 9315 636 062 1657 INSTRUCTION MANUAL, QUICK GUIDE FOR 15 645 042 7954 CORE,CLAMP CAMERA (SWEDISH), IDC-1000ZEX ONLY 16 645 040 2807 CABLE,DSC USB (USB INTERFACE CABLE) 7001 636 060 7101 CARTON CASE INNER-SX111/E, 17 645 040 6856 DISK, ID PHOTO IDC-1000ZE ONLY 18 645 005 7991 BATTERY, LITHIUM (CR2025-PL) 7001 636 061 6363 CARTON CASE INNER-SX111/U, 9001 645 040 1091 DISC,CD-ROM CELIS SSP IDC-1000ZU ONLY (DIGITAL DISK CAMERA SOFTWARE PACK 7001 636 061 6356 CARTON CASE INNER-111/EX, SANYO UTILITY SOFTWARE) IDC-1000ZEX ONLY 9002 645 043 5546 DISC,CD-ROM MGI PS3 (PHOTOSUITE) 7002 636 060 6029 CUSHION SHEET-SX111/J 9003 645 043 3658 DISC,CD-ROM PREMIERE51 7003 636 057 7213 REINFORCEMENT PAD,A-111/J 9112 636 055 8779 INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAMERA (ENGLISH) 7004 636 057 7237 REINFORCEMENT PAD,B-111/J (TOP) 12345678910 11 12 12:Ferrite core 11:Cable of michrophone 13, 14, 15 16 17 18 14:Ferrite core (small)

Approx. 5 cm

13: Approx. 5 cm

IEEE-1394

interface cable 15:Ferrite core 14:Ferrite core (large) (small), LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION

CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 1 141 636 056 8945 KNOB MONITOR CH-SX111/J

142 636 057 7343 ASSY,CABINET BACK-SX111J 101 636 060 9778 SPACER BOTTOM-SX111/J 143 636 056 8617 DEC MONITOR-SX111/J 102 636 056 8402 CABINET BOTTOM-SX111/J 144 636 059 0540 HOLDER,STRAP-SX111/J 103 636 059 2643 HOLDER BTM BAND-SX111/J 145 411 008 4905 WASHER F 3X6X0.5 104 636 059 6320 HEAT SINK RUBBER BO-SX111 146 411 000 9403 RINGE2105 636 058 2170 ASSY,RING MF C-SX111/J 147 636 057 6827 SPRING PLATE MODE B-111/J 106 636 057 7077 COMPL,RING MF-SX111/J 148 636 057 6759 HOLDER MODE A-SX111/J 107 645 040 4498 UNIT,CONTROL MF 149 636 057 6629 COVER BOTTOM-SX111/J 108 636 056 8921 HOLDER MF RING B-SX111/J 150 636 056 5791 COMPL PWB,SY-4 109 636 057 7404 ASSY,COVER USB-SX111/J 151 636 056 8983 KNOB JOG-SX111/J 110 636 056 8396 CABINET FRONT-SX111/J 152 636 060 2939 SPACER MIC INNER B-SX111J 111 636 059 6313 HEAT SINK RUBBER FR-SX111 153 636 060 2946 SPACER MIC INNER A-SX111J 112 636 056 5838 COMPL PWB,SY-2 154 636 057 7312 ASSY,CABINET JOG B-111/J 113 636 056 8365 CABINET LENS R-SX111/J 155 636 056 8334 BUTTON JOG SET-SX111/J 114 636 056 8792 HOLDER FLASH B-SX111/J 156 645 040 9790 MICROPHONE 115 636 056 9102 SHAFT FLASH B-SX111/J 157 636 057 6803 SPACER MIC-SX111/J 116 412 062 8700 SPECIAL WASHER-0.7X0.2 158 636 057 6636 COVER MIC-SX111/J 117 636 056 8280 BUTTON FLASH-SX111/J 159 636 057 7961 SPACER COVER MIC-SX111/J 118 636 056 9119 SHAFT FLASH C-SX111/J 160 636 057 7428 ASSY,COVER JACK DC-SX111J 119 636 056 9201 SPRING FLASH B-SX111/J 161 636 056 8419 CABINET SIDE L-SX111/J 120 636 056 9126 SHAFT FLASH D-SX111/J 162 636 057 6674 HOLDER BATT SLIDE-SX111/J 121 636 056 8808 HOLDER HOOK F-SX111/J 163 636 056 8310 BUTTON AWB-SX111/J 122 636 056 8785 HOLDER FLASH A-SX111/J 164 636 057 9712 ADHESIVE CAP-SX111/J 123 636 056 9096 SHAFT FLASH A-SX111/J 165 645 040 3637 UNIT,FLEXIBLE-PWB-SX111 SY4 124 636 056 9195 SPRING FLASH A-SX111/J 166 636 057 6711 HOLDER ZOOM B-SX111/J 125 636 056 8471 CABINET FLASH B-SX111/J 167 636 060 6487 SPRING ZOOM-SX111/J 126 636 057 7367 COMPL,FLASH UNIT A-111/J 168 636 057 6704 HOLDER ZOOM A-SX111/J 127 636 056 9010 PANEL IR-SX111/J 169 636 059 6375 SPACER KNOB ZOOM-SX111/J 128 636 056 9027 REFLECTOR SELF TIMER-111J 170 636 056 8938 KNOB ZOOM-SX111/J 129 636 057 7282 ASSY,CABINET TOP-SX111/J S1 411 175 6405 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X2.5 130 636 056 8587 DEC LCD-SX111/J S2 411 174 1708 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X3.5 131 636 060 1215 SPACER CABI TOP LCD-111/J S4 411 177 9206 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 2X6 132 636 060 2656 SPACER KNOB EJECT-SX111/J S5 411 178 8901 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X3.0 133 636 056 8969 KNOB EJECT-SX111/J S6 411 177 0906 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X3.5 134 645 040 4474 UNIT,CONTROL DAIAL S7 411 177 4102 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X4.0 135 636 056 8846 HOLDER EJECT-SX111/J S8 411 180 1808 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X6.0 136 636 057 7633 ASSY,HOOD VF-SX111/J S9 411 176 7005 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X5.0 137 636 056 8389 CABINET VF-SX111/J S13 411 018 2304 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X3 138 636 056 8341 CABINET LENS L-SX111/J S17 411 176 8903 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X2.5 139 636 057 9002 HOLDER BAND-SX111/J S18 411 180 1402 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X4.0 140 636 056 8976 KNOB MODE CH-SX111/J S19 411 180 1709 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X5.0

N.S.P.: Not available as service parts.

, S19 132 S18

D

129 136 S19 S2 F 131

S5 S2

127 S2 126 S2138 140 123 S13 122 S17 S19

S8 125 142 S2 124121 S6 139 S7

120 119

D

S17 S13 147 144S9 S17118 148S7 143

S7

113 117 114 S7

E

112 115

S7

B 145

S7 150

110 146 151116 S4 S17 149 152 154 F S7

S1 S7

S17 153 111 S7 S7 109 S17 S19

S9 155163 S17

S17 167 S18 156 S2

S9 A 157

164 169S4 170 158 104 S19 165 159

C B S9 S1 166107 E

106 S18 105 103 162

C

A 161 102 S8 S17 S17

S7

SX111/J Parts List-01 CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 1, LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION

CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 2 221 636 056 8679 HOLDER LENS BACK-SX111/J

222 636 056 8709 HOLDER SY-SX111/J 201 636 060 1406 SPACER SPEAKER HL-SX111/J 223 636 060 6609 ADHESIVE SH-SX111/J 202 636 058 1364 SPACER SPEAKER-SX111/J 224 636 059 3374 SPACER HL MECHA-SX111/J 203 636 056 8839 HOLDER SPEAKER SX111/J 225 636 059 2650 HOLDER BRAIND-SX111/J 204 636 060 1369 SPACER RUBBER-SX111/J 226 645 040 3408 UNIT,FLEXIBLE-PWB-SX111 SY1 & SY2 205 645 041 0062 SPEAKER,8 227 636 056 8860 HOLDER DEC LCD-SX111/J 206 636 056 5746 COMPL PWB,CA-3, IDC-1000ZU ONLY 228 636 057 9712 ADHESIVE CAP-SX111/J 206 636 057 5615 COMPL PWB,CA-3, EXCEPT IDC-1000ZU 229 636 056 5777 COMPL PWB,SY-1 207 636 056 5869 COMPL PWB,SY-3 230 645 042 7657 FLEXIBLE FLAT CABLE (SY1 & SY4) 208 636 056 5678 COMPL PWB,CA-2, IDC-1000ZU ONLY 231 636 057 9125 HOLDER LCD VF-SX111/J 208 636 057 9309 COMPL PWB,CA-2, EXCEPT IDC-1000ZU 232 645 040 0681 LCD 209 636 056 5784 COMPL PWB,ST-1 233 636 057 6698 HOLDER MODE-SX111/J 210 636 060 1970 SPACER HOLDER HS-SX111/J 234 645 040 4481 UNIT,CONTROL MODE 211 636 059 2889 HOLDER HEAT SINK-SX111/J 235 645 040 3392 LCD(ALP228CGXB0) 212 636 059 6344 HEAT SINK RUBBER TO-SX111 236 636 057 9439 ADHESIVE MONITOR-SX111/J 213 636 059 2896 HEAT SINK A-SX115/J 237 636 059 9802 HOLDER LENS MO-SX111/J 214 645 042 7862 PAD(L=7) S7 411 177 4102 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X4.0 215 636 059 9796 HOLDER LENS MECHA-SX111/J S10 412 061 6400 SPECIAL SCREW-1.4X1.9 216 636 059 3398 SPACER LENS MECHA-SX111/J S12 411 175 3602 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X2.0 217 636 060 9884 ASSY,COVER MECHA-SX111J S16 411 175 8904 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X3.5 218 636 057 8999 DEC MECHA-SX111/J S17 411 176 8903 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X2.5 219 636 059 6214 COMPL,MECHA,COVER-SX111J S19 411 180 1709 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X5.0 220 636 059 6337 HEAT SINK RUBBER ME-SX111 S20 412 060 4902 SPECIAL SCREW-1.4X2.5 229 N.S.P.: Not available as service parts. S16 S17 230 S17 S19 226 232 224 225 218 S17 S16223 S20 233 S16 S20 S16 234 235 S16 222 S16 S16 S20 220 221 S16 219 S16 218 236217 S20

S7

212 237 S12 S16 S16 211 S16 S12 209 S12 214

S7

216 S16 S16 215 208 S16 S16

S7

S16 206 204 S10 S10

CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 2 202

SX111/J Parts List-02, LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION

CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 3 323 636 053 9174 MOUNTING,LENS

324 636 053 9198 SPACER INSULATOR 301 636 057 6810 SLIDE LOCK BATT-SX111/J 325 636 056 5739 COMPL PWB,CA-1 302 636 057 8753 SPRING LOCK BATTERY-111/J 326 636 059 3961 SHIELD TAPE 303 636 056 8952 KNOB BATTERRY-SX111/J 327 636 059 5392 SHIELD TAPE 304 636 057 6773 MOUNTING LOCK BATT-SX111J 328 636 059 4777 SHIELD TAPE 305 636 057 7411 ASSY,COVER BATTERY-SX111J 329 636 057 6681 HOLDER LENS SIDE-SX111/J 306 636 057 9729 ADHESIVE JOG A-SX111/J 330 636 059 0342 SPACER LENS L-SX111/J 307 636 057 6322 CABINET BATTERY-SX111/J 331 636 056 8686 HOLDER LENS FRONT-SX111/J 308 636 056 8549 COVER LITHUM-SX111/J 332 645 037 1431 PAD(L=5) 309 636 057 7473 ASSY,HOLDER BAT C-111/J 333 636 059 9789 HOLDER LENS TOP-SX111/J 310 636 060 6012 SPACER BAT C-SX111/J 334 645 041 5746 UNIT,FLEXIBLE-PWB-SX111 SY1 311 636 056 9058 STAND-SX111/J, STAND 335 636 059 3381 SPACER TOP A-SX111/J 312 636 060 1703 HOLDER STAND-SX111/J 336 636 060 6777 SPACER LENS TOP-SX111/J 313 636 057 7527 ASSY,MOUNTING HINGE A-111 337 636 060 9365 COMPL PWB,PW-2 314 636 056 5845 COMPL PWB,SY-5 338 636 056 5852 COMPL PWB,PW-1 315 DO NOT USE S1 411 175 6405 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X2.5 316 645 042 3673 LENS(ASSY) S3 411 174 8103 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 2X3.5 317 636 060 1727 SPACER RUBBER B-SX111/J S5 411 178 8901 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X3.0 318 636 060 1710 SPACER RUBBER A-SX111/J S7 411 177 4102 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X4.0 319 636 059 0366 SPACER PHOTO-SX111/J S16 411 175 8904 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X3.5 320 645 037 6412 OPTICAL FILTER S17 411 176 8903 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X2.5 321 636 055 7734 SPACER S21 411 025 4209 SCR S-TPG BIN 2X6 322 409 471 7202 IC ICX267AK-B S22 411 038 9000 SCR PAN 2X2.5

S3 336

S16 334 337 S16 S17 335

S7 S3 338 S3 332

S16 S21

S3

S22 328 319 330 318 324 323 325322 321 326

S5 327 S5

317 S7 309 316 315

S1 313 S3 S7 S17 S7 S7

301 CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 3303 SX111/J Parts List-03,

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 Non-Polarized Electrolytic Capacitor OS-SOLID Aluminum Solid Capacitors with Organic Semiconductive Electrolytic Capacitor DL-ELECT Double Layered Electrolytic Capacitor

2. Tolerance of Capacitor (10pF over) and Resistor are noted with follow symboles.

F ...1% G ...2% J ...5% K ...10% M ...20% N ...30% Z ...+80% ~ -20%

3. Capacitors

U : µF P : pF

4. Inductors

UH : µH MH : mH

5. N.S.P. : Not available as service parts. LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION

COMPL PWB,CA-1 C9131 403 283 6309 CERAMIC 1U Z 10V

636 056 5739 C9132 403 276 1007 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V C9133 403 283 6309 CERAMIC 1U Z 10V (SEMICONDUCTORS) C9134 403 276 1007 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V Q9001 405 153 6709 TR 2SC3931-D C9135 403 276 1007 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V Q9002 405 102 5609 TR 2SD1819A-R C9136 403 322 1005 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V OR 405 092 4101 TR 2SC4081-R C9137 403 276 1007 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V Q9003 405 102 5609 TR 2SD1819A-R C9139 403 322 1005 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V OR 405 092 4101 TR 2SC4081-R C9140 403 276 1007 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V Q9005 405 115 5108 TR 2SA1774 R C9142 403 322 1005 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V Q9041 405 133 8907 TR DTC114EUA C9143 403 276 1007 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V (INTEGRATED CIRCUITS) C9144 403 345 4304 TA-SOLID 22U M 10V IC902 409 435 3707 IC 74ACT04MTC C9146 403 283 6309 CERAMIC 1U Z 10V IC904 409 435 3707 IC 74ACT04MTC C9147 403 283 6309 CERAMIC 1U Z 10V IC905 409 471 1507 IC AD9840JST C9148 403 276 1007 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V IC907 409 446 8708 IC CXD3400N C9149 403 320 5302 CERAMIC 0.15U K 25V IC908 409 435 3707 IC 74ACT04MTC C9150 403 296 1308 TA-SOLID 10U M 20V IC909 409 453 0702 IC TK11330BM C9151 403 322 1005 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V (DIODES) C9152 403 322 1005 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V D9001 407 198 9905 DIODE MA727 C9153 403 322 1005 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V D9002 407 113 5609 DIODE DSH015 C9154 403 322 1005 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V OR 407 134 7200 DIODE MA141K C9155 403 322 1005 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V (CAPACITORS) C9156 403 276 1007 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V C9020 403 276 1007 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V C9157 403 283 6309 CERAMIC 1U Z 10V C9021 403 283 6309 CERAMIC 1U Z 10V C9158 403 276 1007 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V C9023 403 343 3101 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V C9159 403 283 6309 CERAMIC 1U Z 10V C9024 403 276 1007 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V C9160 403 322 1005 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C9025 403 329 6508 TA-SOLID 10U M 6.3V (RESISTORS) C9105 403 310 0201 CERAMIC 180P J 25V R9000 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9106 403 310 0201 CERAMIC 180P J 25V R9001 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9107 403 310 0201 CERAMIC 180P J 25V R9002 401 225 1801 MT-GLAZE 47 JA 1/16W C9108 403 310 0201 CERAMIC 180P J 25V R9003 401 224 8801 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W C9109 403 310 0201 CERAMIC 180P J 25V R9004 401 225 0309 MT-GLAZE 33 JA 1/16W C9110 403 310 0201 CERAMIC 180P J 25V R9005 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9111 403 310 0201 CERAMIC 180P J 25V R9006 401 240 9004 MT-GLAZE 3.9 JA 1/16W C9112 403 322 1005 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R9010 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9113 403 276 1007 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V R9011 401 240 9004 MT-GLAZE 3.9 JA 1/16W C9114 403 276 1007 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V R9012 401 240 9004 MT-GLAZE 3.9 JA 1/16W C9115 403 345 4304 TA-SOLID 22U M 10V R9013 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W C9116 403 322 1005 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R9014 401 224 9402 MT-GLAZE 1.0M JA 1/16W C9117 403 320 5500 CERAMIC 1U Z 25V R9015 401 225 0903 MT-GLAZE 82K JA 1/16W C9118 403 322 1005 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R9016 401 224 8801 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W C9119 403 283 5708 CERAMIC 2200P K 50V R9017 401 224 8801 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W C9120 403 283 6309 CERAMIC 1U Z 10V R9018 401 225 0200 MT-GLAZE 3.3K JA 1/16W C9121 403 296 1308 TA-SOLID 10U M 20V R9019 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9122 403 322 1005 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R9020 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9123 403 345 4304 TA-SOLID 22U M 10V R9022 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W C9124 403 320 5500 CERAMIC 1U Z 25V R9023 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W C9125 403 283 6309 CERAMIC 1U Z 10V R9027 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9126 403 283 6309 CERAMIC 1U Z 10V R9028 401 263 6905 MT-GLAZE 2K JA 1/16W C9127 403 276 1007 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V R9029 401 225 0606 MT-GLAZE 5.6K JA 1/16W C9130 403 322 1005 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R9030 401 225 0903 MT-GLAZE 82K JA 1/16W R9039 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W, 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 (CONNECTOR) (INDUCTORS) CN901 645 023 1179 PLUG,PWB-PWB 50P (N.S.P) L1073 645 020 1899 INDUCTOR,68 OHM L1083 645 020 1912 INDUCTOR,240 OHM L1085 645 020 1912 INDUCTOR,240 OHM

COMPL PWB,CA-2 L1101 645 016 0363 INDUCTOR,600 OHM

636 056 5678 IDC-1000ZU ONLY L1501 645 021 1607 INDUCTOR,10U J 636 057 9309 EXCEPT IDC-1000ZU L1502 645 035 7190 INDUCTOR,33U J L1601 645 016 0349 INDUCTOR,600 OHM (SEMICONDUCTORS) L1602 645 016 0349 INDUCTOR,600 OHM Q1304 405 115 7201 TR DTC144EE L1603 645 016 0349 INDUCTOR,600 OHM Q1305 405 129 3107 TR UMD3N L1604 645 016 0349 INDUCTOR,600 OHM Q1306 405 115 7201 TR DTC144EE (CAPACITORS) Q1307 405 144 3403 TR DTC115EE C1002 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V Q1501 405 129 2100 TR UMT1N C1005 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V Q1502 405 129 2308 TR UMZ1N C1007 403 343 8700 CERAMIC 1U M 12V OR 405 106 4806 TR XP4601 C1008 403 338 4403 CERAMIC 0.1U K 16V Q1503 405 129 2308 TR UMZ1N C1011 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V OR 405 106 4806 TR XP4601 C1012 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V Q1601 405 133 8907 TR DTC114EUA C1014 403 283 6309 CERAMIC 1U Z 10V Q1602 405 102 6705 TR 2SA1745-7 C1030 403 329 6508 TA-SOLID 10U M 6.3V OR 405 102 8303 TR 2SA1745-6 C1031 403 329 6508 TA-SOLID 10U M 6.3V Q9701 405 133 8907 TR DTC114EUA C1032 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V Q9702 405 133 8907 TR DTC114EUA C1033 403 329 6508 TA-SOLID 10U M 6.3V Q9703 405 133 8907 TR DTC114EUA C1034 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V Q9704 405 102 8501 TR 2SC4555-6 C1035 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V OR 405 102 8600 TR 2SC4555-7 C1036 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V Q9705 405 102 6705 TR 2SA1745-7 C1037 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V OR 405 102 8303 TR 2SA1745-6 C1038 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V Q9706 405 129 2803 TR UMH10N C1039 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V Q9708 405 131 0408 TR DTC115EUA C1040 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V OR 405 123 3707 TR DTC115EU C1041 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V Q9709 405 139 7706 TR IMZ1A C1042 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V Q9710 405 129 3107 TR UMD3N C1043 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V Q9711 405 047 6709 TR 2SD1624-S C1044 403 329 6508 TA-SOLID 10U M 6.3V Q9712 405 129 3107 TR UMD3N C1045 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V Q9713 405 047 6709 TR 2SD1624-S C1046 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V Q9714 405 131 0408 TR DTC115EUA C1047 403 329 6508 TA-SOLID 10U M 6.3V OR 405 123 3707 TR DTC115EU C1048 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V (INTEGRATED CIRCUITS) C1051 403 329 6508 TA-SOLID 10U M 6.3V IC102 410 353 3809 IC LC27302AT-SD9 C1052 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V IC103 409 432 6206 IC UPD4516161AG5-A10B-9NF C1053 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V OR 409 469 6309 IC HY57V161610DTC-8 C1054 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V IC106 409 472 5900 IC M2V64S40DTP-7 C1055 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V IC107 409 472 5900 IC M2V64S40DTP-7 C1056 403 329 6508 TA-SOLID 10U M 6.3V IC111 409 459 3202 IC IMISG589BTB C1057 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V IC121 409 486 1301 IC 25001111A, EXCEPT IDC-1000ZU C1058 403 329 6508 TA-SOLID 10U M 6.3V IC121 409 504 6202 IC 25000111N, IDC-1000ZU ONLY C1059 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V IC131 409 412 4109 IC ADM3202ARU C1070 403 329 6508 TA-SOLID 10U M 6.3V OR 409 495 2504 IC SP3232ECY C1071 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V IC152 409 427 4101 IC TK15405M C1072 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V IC154 409 368 5809 IC TC7SH08FU C1073 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V IC161 409 395 5902 IC TC7SH00FU C1074 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V IC181 409 471 4003 IC SN74LV273ADB C1075 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V IC182 409 471 4003 IC SN74LV273ADB C1076 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V IC183 409 471 4003 IC SN74LV273ADB C1077 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V IC184 409 471 4003 IC SN74LV273ADB C1078 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V IC191 409 466 6005 IC TC7W14FK C1083 403 329 6508 TA-SOLID 10U M 6.3V IC953 409 451 8700 IC MPC17AT85MTA C1085 403 329 6508 TA-SOLID 10U M 6.3V IC954 409 451 8700 IC MPC17AT85MTA C1090 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V IC971 409 382 8305 IC NJM3414AV C1091 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V IC972 409 449 4400 IC LA6358NT C1093 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V IC973 409 449 4400 IC LA6358NT C1101 403 155 1807 CERAMIC 0.01U K 25V IC974 409 449 4400 IC LA6358NT C1102 403 309 8409 CERAMIC 10P D 50V IC976 409 301 5507 IC TC7S08FU C1103 403 343 8700 CERAMIC 1U M 12V (DIODES) C1104 403 155 1807 CERAMIC 0.01U K 25V D1501 407 109 4609 DIODE MA728 C1105 403 155 1807 CERAMIC 0.01U K 25V D1601 407 134 7408 DIODE MA141WK C1106 403 285 6802 TA-SOLID 10U M 6.3V OR 407 130 4401 DIODE DAN202U C1109 403 309 8102 CERAMIC 5P C 50V, IDC-1000ZU ONLY D1801 407 134 7408 DIODE MA141WK C1109 403 309 8201 CERAMIC 6P D 50V, EXCEPT IDC-1000ZU OR 407 130 4401 DIODE DAN202U C1111 403 309 8102 CERAMIC 5P C 50V, IDC-1000ZU ONLY (CRYSTAL DEVICES) C1111 403 309 8201 CERAMIC 6P D 50V, EXCEPT IDC-1000ZU X1101 645 024 0461 OSC,CRYSTAL 17.734476MHZ, C1211 403 207 0307 CERAMIC 1U Z 16V EXCEPT IDC-1000ZU C1310 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V X1101 645 023 3951 OSC,CRYSTAL 14.31818MHZ, IDC-1000ZU ONLY C1311 403 164 0204 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V OR 645 040 0049 OSC,CRYSTAL 14.31818MHZ, IDC-1000ZU ONLY C1312 403 164 0204 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V, 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 10U K 6.3V R1074 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C1508 403 311 5007 CERAMIC 33P J 50V, EXCEPT IDC-1000ZU R1075 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C1508 403 312 6508 CERAMIC 56P J 50V, IDC-1000ZU ONLY R1076 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C1510 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1077 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C1511 403 323 6207 CERAMIC 1U K 10V R1081 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C1512 403 345 3802 TA-SOLID 22U M 4V R1082 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C1513 403 345 4205 TA-SOLID 47U M 6.3V R1083 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C1517 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1090 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W C1519 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V R1091 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W C1521 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1092 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W C1601 403 345 4304 TA-SOLID 22U M 10V R1093 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W C1602 403 345 4304 TA-SOLID 22U M 10V R1102 401 105 0405 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W C1603 403 345 4205 TA-SOLID 47U M 6.3V R1103 401 224 9709 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/16W C1604 403 345 4205 TA-SOLID 47U M 6.3V R1105 401 105 0306 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/16W C1605 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V R1106 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W, C1901 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V EXCEPT IDC-1000ZU C1902 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V R1107 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C1903 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1212 401 105 0306 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/16W C9500 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1213 401 037 5004 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W C9501 403 155 1807 CERAMIC 0.01U K 25V R1307 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W C9502 403 155 1807 CERAMIC 0.01U K 25V R1308 401 225 1405 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/16W C9503 403 155 1807 CERAMIC 0.01U K 25V R1309 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9504 403 155 2200 CERAMIC 3300P K 50V R1312 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9508 403 164 0204 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V R1313 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9509 403 155 1807 CERAMIC 0.01U K 25V R1322 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9510 403 155 1807 CERAMIC 0.01U K 25V R1323 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9511 403 155 1807 CERAMIC 0.01U K 25V R1324 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9512 403 155 2200 CERAMIC 3300P K 50V R1325 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9702 403 164 0204 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V R1326 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W C9703 403 113 3805 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V R1350 401 166 4206 MT-FILM 24 DC 1/16W C9704 403 157 7203 CERAMIC 3900P K 50V R1351 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9705 403 215 1006 CERAMIC 470P J 50V R1355 401 261 4507 MT-FILM 1.5K DU 1/16W C9706 403 164 0204 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V R1359 401 166 4206 MT-FILM 24 DC 1/16W C9709 403 155 2309 CERAMIC 4700P K 50V R1507 401 261 9908 MT-FILM 91 DD 1/16W C9713 403 345 4304 TA-SOLID 22U M 10V R1508 401 261 9908 MT-FILM 91 DD 1/16W C9715 403 207 0307 CERAMIC 1U Z 16V R1509 401 261 6303 MT-FILM 180 DU 1/16W C9717 403 207 0307 CERAMIC 1U Z 16V R1510 401 226 2401 MT-GLAZE 560 JA 1/16W (RESISTORS) R1511 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R1002 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R1512 401 225 3805 MT-GLAZE 1.5K JA 1/16W R1003 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R1513 401 261 6105 MT-FILM 390 DU 1/16W R1004 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R1514 401 261 5108 MT-FILM 1.0K DU 1/16W R1005 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R1515 401 261 5108 MT-FILM 1.0K DU 1/16W R1007 401 261 4903 MT-FILM 820 DU 1/16W R1516 401 261 3807 MT-FILM 2.0K DU 1/16W R1008 401 261 6402 MT-FILM 200 DU 1/16W R1519 401 225 2006 MT-GLAZE 680 JA 1/16W R1011 401 261 4309 MT-FILM 1.2K DU 1/16W R1522 401 225 3805 MT-GLAZE 1.5K JA 1/16W R1012 401 261 4507 MT-FILM 1.5K DU 1/16W R1523 401 105 5806 MT-GLAZE 56 JA 1/16W R1017 401 105 0603 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R1525 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R1021 401 225 1405 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/16W R1526 401 261 9601 MT-FILM 68 DD 1/16W R1022 401 225 1405 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/16W R1527 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R1023 401 225 1405 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/16W R1528 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R1031 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R1530 401 226 2401 MT-GLAZE 560 JA 1/16W R1032 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R1531 401 226 2401 MT-GLAZE 560 JA 1/16W R1033 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R1532 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R1034 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R1534 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R1035 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R1602 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R1036 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R1604 401 225 1207 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/16W R1037 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R1605 401 225 1207 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/16W R1038 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R1607 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R1039 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R1612 401 225 1405 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/16W R1040 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R1801 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R1041 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R1802 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R1042 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R1804 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R1043 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R1901 401 225 0200 MT-GLAZE 3.3K JA 1/16W R1044 401 105 5103 MT-GLAZE 47 JA 1/16W R1902 401 225 0200 MT-GLAZE 3.3K JA 1/16W R1045 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R9540 401 225 0606 MT-GLAZE 5.6K JA 1/16W R1046 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R9541 401 225 1207 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/16W R1050 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R9542 401 223 2404 MT-GLAZE 4.3 JA 1/16W R1051 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R9543 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R1053 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R9545 401 223 2404 MT-GLAZE 4.3 JA 1/16W R1056 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R9548 401 225 0606 MT-GLAZE 5.6K JA 1/16W R1057 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R9549 401 225 1207 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/16W R1058 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R9550 401 223 2404 MT-GLAZE 4.3 JA 1/16W R1061 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R9551 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R1069 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R9553 401 223 2404 MT-GLAZE 4.3 JA 1/16W R1070 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R9701 401 225 0507 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W R1071 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R9702 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W, 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 OR 405 092 4101 TR 2SC4081-R R9705 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W Q2002 405 115 7201 TR DTC144EE R9706 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W Q2003 405 102 5609 TR 2SD1819A-R R9707 401 224 9808 MT-GLAZE 220K JA 1/16W OR 405 092 4101 TR 2SC4081-R R9708 401 224 9907 MT-GLAZE 22K JA 1/16W Q2004 405 129 3008 TR UMD2N R9709 401 225 2105 MT-GLAZE 12K JA 1/16W (INTEGRATED CIRCUITS) R9710 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W IC171 409 452 4206 IC LV4127W R9711 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W IC174 409 423 6802 IC TK11245BM R9712 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W IC176 409 463 5506 IC TC7W74FK R9713 401 225 1405 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/16W IC177 409 471 6809 IC TC7WH08FK R9714 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W IC178 409 471 6700 IC TC7WH00FK R9715 401 225 0606 MT-GLAZE 5.6K JA 1/16W IC201 409 468 5303 IC LA74202W R9716 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W IC204 409 407 0505 IC TK11331BM R9717 401 225 1504 MT-GLAZE 3.9K JA 1/16W IC205 409 432 2505 IC LMV321M7X R9718 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W IC206 409 432 2505 IC LMV321M7X R9719 401 225 0606 MT-GLAZE 5.6K JA 1/16W (DIODE) R9720 401 224 9501 MT-GLAZE 2.2K JA 1/16W D1701 407 166 0606 DIODE MA365 R9721 401 224 9501 MT-GLAZE 2.2K JA 1/16W (CRYSTAL DEVICES) R9722 401 225 0606 MT-GLAZE 5.6K JA 1/16W X1701 645 025 6004 OSC,CRYSTAL 3.579545MHZ, IDC-1000ZU ONLY R9723 401 225 0507 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W X1701 645 030 0431 OSC,CRYSTAL 4.433619MHZ, R9724 401 225 0606 MT-GLAZE 5.6K JA 1/16W EXCEPT IDC-1000ZU R9725 401 224 9501 MT-GLAZE 2.2K JA 1/16W (VARIABLE RESISTOR) R9726 401 224 9501 MT-GLAZE 2.2K JA 1/16W VR171 645 028 2294 VR,SEMI,47K S R9727 401 038 0503 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/10W (INDUCTORS) R9728 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W L1701 645 035 7183 INDUCTOR,10U J R9729 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W L1702 645 021 1607 INDUCTOR,10U J R9730 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W L1710 645 020 2070 INDUCTOR,750 OHM R9731 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W L1711 645 020 2070 INDUCTOR,750 OHM R9732 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W L1712 645 014 8064 INDUCTOR,120 OHM R9733 401 225 0705 MT-GLAZE 56K JA 1/16W (CAPACITORS) R9734 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W C1700 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V R9735 401 038 5003 MT-GLAZE 390 JA 1/10W C1701 403 068 0409 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V R9736 401 225 0705 MT-GLAZE 56K JA 1/16W C1702 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V R9737 401 038 5003 MT-GLAZE 390 JA 1/10W C1703 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V R9738 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C1705 403 312 6003 CERAMIC 39P J 50V R9739 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C1706 403 319 3005 CERAMIC 220P J 25V R9744 401 224 9600 MT-GLAZE 2.7K JA 1/16W C1707 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V R9745 401 225 0507 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W C1708 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V R9746 401 225 1207 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/16W C1709 403 317 1904 CERAMIC 6800P K 25V R9747 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W C1710 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V R9748 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W C1711 403 207 0307 CERAMIC 1U Z 16V R9750 401 038 0602 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/10W C1712 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V R9751 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C1714 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V R9752 401 038 0602 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/10W C1715 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V R9753 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C1718 403 338 0405 CERAMIC 0.47U K 25V R9756 401 278 3807 MT-FILM 3.3 FA 1/4W C1719 403 338 0405 CERAMIC 0.47U K 25V R9757 401 278 3807 MT-FILM 3.3 FA 1/4W C1720 403 338 0405 CERAMIC 0.47U K 25V (CONNECTORS) C1721 403 338 0405 CERAMIC 0.47U K 25V CN101 645 023 2503 SOCKET,PWB-PWB 50(N.S.P) C1722 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V CN102 645 039 9800 SOCKET,PWB-PWB 11(N.S.P) C1724 403 309 8607 CERAMIC 18P J 50V, EXCEPT IDC-1000ZU CN103 645 023 2503 SOCKET,PWB-PWB 50(N.S.P) C1724 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V, IDC-1000ZU ONLY CN104 645 023 2497 SOCKET,PWB-PWB 40(N.S.P) C1726 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V CN105 645 038 1843 PULG,4P (N.S.P) C1727 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V CN106 645 023 1155 PLUG,PWB-PWB 30P (N.S.P) C1730 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V CN107 645 023 2473 SOCKET,PWB-PWB 20(N.S.P) C1731 403 347 9406 CERAMIC 0.22U Z 10V CN109 645 027 5340 PLUG,3P (N.S.P) C1739 403 327 0300 CERAMIC 10U Z 25V CN110 645 040 2432 PLUG,6P (N.S.P) C1740 403 332 8209 CERAMIC 10U M 16V CN971 645 038 5292 SOCKET,FPC 23P (N.S.P) C1741 403 348 1201 CERAMIC 0.068U K 10V (MISCELLANEOUS) C1742 403 349 5109 CERAMIC 0.22U K 10V Y1102 636 059 0359 SPACER CA2-SX111/J C1776 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V C1777 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V C1778 403 332 8209 CERAMIC 10U M 16V

COMPL PWB,CA-3 C1779 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V

636 056 5746 IDC-1000ZU ONLY C1780 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V 636 057 5615 EXCEPT IDC-1000ZU C1781 403 283 6309 CERAMIC 1U Z 10V C1785 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V (SEMICONDUCTORS) C1786 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V Q1701 405 102 5609 TR 2SD1819A-R C1790 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V OR 405 092 4101 TR 2SC4081-R C1791 403 283 6309 CERAMIC 1U Z 10V Q1702 405 115 7201 TR DTC144EE C1795 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V Q1704 405 102 5500 TR 2SB1218A-R C1796 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V OR 405 137 2000 TR 2SA1576A-R C1797 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V OR 405 092 4200 TR 2SA1576-R C2004 403 314 8104 TA-SOLID 33U M 6.3V Q1705 405 102 5500 TR 2SB1218A-R C2005 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V OR 405 137 2000 TR 2SA1576A-R C2006 403 349 9206 TA-SOLID 4.7U M 10V OR 405 092 4200 TR 2SA1576-R C2007 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V Q1706 405 115 7201 TR DTC144EE C2008 403 348 1300 CERAMIC 0.047U K 10V, 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 0.1U K 10V R2005 401 225 0507 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W C2012 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V R2006 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W C2013 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V R2007 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W C2014 403 314 8104 TA-SOLID 33U M 6.3V R2008 401 228 4403 MT-GLAZE 2.7 JA 1/16W C2015 403 345 4205 TA-SOLID 47U M 6.3V R2009 401 228 4403 MT-GLAZE 2.7 JA 1/16W C2016 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V R2025 401 224 9204 MT-GLAZE 15K JA 1/16W C2017 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V R2026 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C2018 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V R2030 401 224 9501 MT-GLAZE 2.2K JA 1/16W C2020 403 347 9406 CERAMIC 0.22U Z 10V R2031 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C2021 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V R2034 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C2028 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V R2035 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C2030 403 347 9406 CERAMIC 0.22U Z 10V R2036 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C2031 403 347 9406 CERAMIC 0.22U Z 10V R2038 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C2032 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V R2039 401 225 1405 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/16W C2033 403 323 6207 CERAMIC 1U K 10V R2040 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C2034 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V R2042 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C2035 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V R2043 401 246 2009 MT-GLAZE 43K JA 1/16W C2036 403 311 5601 CERAMIC 1500P K 50V R2044 401 225 0606 MT-GLAZE 5.6K JA 1/16W C2037 403 349 9206 TA-SOLID 4.7U M 10V R2046 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C2038 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R2047 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C2039 403 347 9406 CERAMIC 0.22U Z 10V R2048 401 261 5108 MT-FILM 1.0K DU 1/16W C2040 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V R2050 401 261 3708 MT-FILM 1.8K DU 1/16W C2041 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V R2051 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C2042 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V R2052 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C2043 403 344 0505 CERAMIC 0.033U K 10V R2053 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C2044 403 347 9406 CERAMIC 0.22U Z 10V R2060 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W (RESISTORS) R2061 401 225 0408 MT-GLAZE 330K JA 1/16W R1701 401 261 9304 MT-FILM 15K DD 1/16W R2062 401 225 0408 MT-GLAZE 330K JA 1/16W R1702 401 261 9304 MT-FILM 15K DD 1/16W R2063 401 225 0200 MT-GLAZE 3.3K JA 1/16W R1703 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R2064 401 225 0200 MT-GLAZE 3.3K JA 1/16W R1704 401 224 9204 MT-GLAZE 15K JA 1/16W R2065 401 224 9501 MT-GLAZE 2.2K JA 1/16W R1705 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W (SWITCHES) R1706 401 261 8901 MT-FILM 27K DD 1/16W S1701 645 029 5898 SWITCH,SLIDE 2P-2T, LED BL SW R1707 401 261 8505 MT-FILM 47K DD 1/16W S1702 645 034 1564 SWITCH,PUSH 1P-1T, AUTO/MANU R1709 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W S1703 645 030 7287 SWITCH,DETECTOR 1P-1T, CAMERA R1710 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W (JACKS) R1711 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W JK171 645 040 3620 JACK,PHONE D3.6 AV JACK R1712 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W JK172 645 026 5471 JACK,PHONE D3.6 MIC JACK R1713 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W (CONNECTORS) R1714 401 261 3104 MT-FILM 6.8K DU 1/16W CN171 645 023 1179 PLUG,PWB-PWB 50P (N.S.P) R1715 401 261 7706 MT-FILM 56K DD 1/16W CN172 645 028 6087 SOCKET,FPC 24P (N.S.P) R1716 401 261 3609 MT-FILM 4.3K DU 1/16W CN173 645 015 7370 SOCKET,FPC 22P (N.S.P) R1717 401 261 5108 MT-FILM 1.0K DU 1/16W CN174 645 023 1148 PLUG,PWB-PWB 20P (N.S.P) R1718 401 148 6006 MT-GLAZE 2.2 JA 1/16W CN201 645 037 7778 PLUG,2P (N.S.P) R1719 401 226 2401 MT-GLAZE 560 JA 1/16W CN202 645 002 2876 PLUG,2P (N.S.P) R1720 401 226 2401 MT-GLAZE 560 JA 1/16W (MISCELLANEOUS) R1721 401 226 2401 MT-GLAZE 560 JA 1/16W Y1701 636 059 3367 SPACER AV-SX111/J R1725 401 225 0507 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W R1726 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R1727 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W COMPL PWB,PW-1 R1728 401 148 6006 MT-GLAZE 2.2 JA 1/16W 636 056 5852 R1729 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R1731 401 261 8802 MT-FILM 24K DD 1/16W (SEMICONDUCTORS) R1732 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W Q5001 405 150 7303 TR CPH6702 R1733 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W Q5002 405 150 7303 TR CPH6702 R1736 401 262 4508 MT-FILM 30K DD 1/16W Q5003 405 150 7303 TR CPH6702 R1740 401 261 2602 MT-FILM 10K DU 1/16W Q5004 405 150 7303 TR CPH6702 R1741 401 261 8208 MT-FILM 36K DD 1/16W Q5101 405 153 4606 TR 2SA2013 R1742 401 261 8703 MT-FILM 20K DD 1/16W Q5102 405 092 1407 TR 2SA1577-R R1743 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W Q5103 405 115 5207 TR 2SC4617 R R1745 401 261 2701 MT-FILM 4.7K DU 1/16W Q5104 405 129 8409 TR UMC2N R1746 401 261 8505 MT-FILM 47K DD 1/16W Q5105 405 150 5002 TR CPH3109 R1747 401 261 8505 MT-FILM 47K DD 1/16W Q5106 405 129 2902 TR UMH11N R1748 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W Q5107 405 115 6402 TR DTA114YE R1750 401 261 2602 MT-FILM 10K DU 1/16W Q5108 405 115 5207 TR 2SC4617 R R1751 401 261 8307 MT-FILM 39K DD 1/16W Q5109 405 150 5507 TR CPH3105 R1752 401 261 8703 MT-FILM 20K DD 1/16W Q5110 405 115 7201 TR DTC144EE R1753 401 261 3906 MT-FILM 2.2K DU 1/16W Q5111 405 129 2308 TR UMZ1N R1755 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W OR 405 106 4806 TR XP4601 R1756 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W Q5112 405 150 5200 TR CPH5703 R1757 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W Q5113 405 137 2000 TR 2SA1576A-R R1758 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W Q5114 405 115 6907 TR DTC114EE R1763 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W Q5115 405 129 2308 TR UMZ1N R1780 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W OR 405 106 4806 TR XP4601 R1781 401 261 6709 MT-FILM 100 DU 1/16W Q5116 405 150 5200 TR CPH5703 R1782 401 261 6709 MT-FILM 100 DU 1/16W, 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 409 418 1201 IC BA9737KV C5044 403 311 7704 CERAMIC 4700P K 25V IC511 409 418 1201 IC BA9737KV C5045 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V IC512 409 301 5507 IC TC7S08FU C5050 404 085 7808 ELECT 120U A 330V (DIODES) C5103 403 311 4901 CERAMIC 470P K 50V D5001 407 210 5403 DIODE RB551V-30 C5104 403 338 4403 CERAMIC 0.1U K 16V D5002 407 190 3703 DIODE RB050L-40-TE25 C5105 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V D5003 407 190 3703 DIODE RB050L-40-TE25 C5106 403 338 4403 CERAMIC 0.1U K 16V D5101 407 203 5809 DIODE F02J9 C5107 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V D5102 407 203 5809 DIODE F02J9 C5108 403 319 3005 CERAMIC 220P J 25V D5103 407 010 0707 DIODE SB05-05CP C5109 403 348 9108 CERAMIC 0.47U K 6.3V D5104 407 187 8407 ZENER DIODE UDZ16B C5110 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V D5105 407 203 5809 DIODE F02J9 C5111 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V D5106 407 203 5809 DIODE F02J9 C5112 403 338 4403 CERAMIC 0.1U K 16V D5107 407 210 5403 DIODE RB551V-30 C5113 403 311 7704 CERAMIC 4700P K 25V D5108 407 187 8407 ZENER DIODE UDZ16B C5114 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V D5109 407 187 8704 ZENER DIODE UDZ27B C5115 403 325 6304 CRAMIC 0.22U K 10V (VARIABLE RESISTORS) C5116 403 309 8706 CERAMIC 100P J 50V VR511 645 019 5150 VR,SEMI,10K S C5117 403 311 4901 CERAMIC 470P K 50V VR512 645 028 2201 VR,SEMI,2.2K S C5118 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V VR513 645 028 2201 VR,SEMI,2.2K S C5119 403 309 8706 CERAMIC 100P J 50V (INDUCTORS) C5120 403 311 4901 CERAMIC 470P K 50V L5001 645 031 3622 INDUCTOR,47U M C5122 403 311 4901 CERAMIC 470P K 50V L5002 645 037 0632 INDUCTOR,47U M C5123 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V L5003 645 037 0632 INDUCTOR,47U M C5130 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V L5004 645 037 0632 INDUCTOR,47U M C5131 403 340 1803 CERAMIC 1U M 25V L5006 645 030 9854 INDUCTOR,600 OHM C5132 403 340 6907 CERAMIC 1U K 16V L5007 645 021 5315 INDUCTOR,110 OHM C5133 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V L5101 645 037 1530 INDUCTOR,47U K C5134 403 311 7605 CERAMIC 2200P K 50V L5102 645 037 1530 INDUCTOR,47U K C5135 403 338 4403 CERAMIC 0.1U K 16V L5103 645 037 1530 INDUCTOR,47U K C5137 403 332 8209 CERAMIC 10U M 16V L5104 645 037 1523 INDUCTOR,10U K C5138 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V L5105 645 037 1530 INDUCTOR,47U K C5139 403 348 1300 CERAMIC 0.047U K 10V L5106 645 037 1530 INDUCTOR,47U K C5140 403 341 4803 CERAMIC 10U K 10V L5107 645 037 1523 INDUCTOR,10U K C5141 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V L5108 645 037 0632 INDUCTOR,47U M C5142 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V L5109 645 037 0632 INDUCTOR,47U M C5143 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V (TRANSFORMERS) C5144 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V T5101 645 038 6411 TRANS,POWER,PULSE C5145 403 352 6209 TA-SOLID 10U M 6.3V T5102 645 038 7050 TRANS,POWER,PULSE C5146 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V (CAPACITORS) C5147 403 340 6907 CERAMIC 1U K 16V C5001 403 341 4803 CERAMIC 10U K 10V C5148 403 340 6907 CERAMIC 1U K 16V C5002 403 341 4803 CERAMIC 10U K 10V C5149 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V C5003 403 311 4901 CERAMIC 470P K 50V C5150 403 311 7704 CERAMIC 4700P K 25V C5004 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V C5151 403 325 0500 CERAMIC 2.2U K 16V C5005 403 311 7704 CERAMIC 4700P K 25V C5152 403 325 0500 CERAMIC 2.2U K 16V C5006 403 338 4403 CERAMIC 0.1U K 16V C5153 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V C5007 403 311 7704 CERAMIC 4700P K 25V C5155 403 309 8706 CERAMIC 100P J 50V C5008 403 319 3005 CERAMIC 220P J 25V C5156 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V C5009 403 348 9108 CERAMIC 0.47U K 6.3V C5157 403 332 8209 CERAMIC 10U M 16V C5010 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V C5158 403 340 6907 CERAMIC 1U K 16V C5011 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V C5159 403 311 7704 CERAMIC 4700P K 25V C5012 403 337 9508 CERAMIC 0.15U K 10V C5160 403 309 8706 CERAMIC 100P J 50V C5013 403 311 7704 CERAMIC 4700P K 25V C5161 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V C5014 403 311 7605 CERAMIC 2200P K 50V C5162 403 327 0300 CERAMIC 10U Z 25V C5015 403 338 4403 CERAMIC 0.1U K 16V C5163 403 340 1803 CERAMIC 1U M 25V C5016 403 312 6508 CERAMIC 56P J 50V C5164 403 311 7704 CERAMIC 4700P K 25V C5017 403 311 4901 CERAMIC 470P K 50V (RESISTORS) C5018 403 312 6508 CERAMIC 56P J 50V R5001 401 225 8008 MT-GLAZE 330 JA 1/16W C5019 403 311 4901 CERAMIC 470P K 50V R5003 401 258 7009 MT-GLAZE 150K DC 1/16W C5020 403 312 6508 CERAMIC 56P J 50V R5004 401 224 9402 MT-GLAZE 1.0M JA 1/16W C5021 403 311 4901 CERAMIC 470P K 50V R5006 401 261 7508 MT-FILM 100K DD 1/16W C5023 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V R5007 401 267 6604 MT-GLAZE 270K DC 1/16W C5024 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V R5008 401 224 9402 MT-GLAZE 1.0M JA 1/16W C5025 403 312 6508 CERAMIC 56P J 50V R5009 401 261 3609 MT-FILM 4.3K DU 1/16W C5030 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V R5010 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C5031 403 329 2302 POS-SOLID 47U M 6.3V R5011 401 261 8505 MT-FILM 47K DD 1/16W C5032 403 311 7704 CERAMIC 4700P K 25V R5012 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C5033 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V R5013 401 267 6604 MT-GLAZE 270K DC 1/16W C5034 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V R5014 401 261 7508 MT-FILM 100K DD 1/16W C5035 403 329 2302 POS-SOLID 47U M 6.3V R5015 401 224 9402 MT-GLAZE 1.0M JA 1/16W C5036 403 311 7704 CERAMIC 4700P K 25V R5016 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C5037 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V R5017 401 224 9402 MT-GLAZE 1.0M JA 1/16W C5038 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V R5019 401 261 7508 MT-FILM 100K DD 1/16W C5039 403 329 2302 POS-SOLID 47U M 6.3V R5020 401 267 6604 MT-GLAZE 270K DC 1/16W C5040 403 311 7704 CERAMIC 4700P K 25V R5021 401 260 5307 MT-GLAZE 6.2K JA 1/16W, 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 330 JA 1/16W R5155 401 225 1504 MT-GLAZE 3.9K JA 1/16W R5025 401 261 2305 MT-FILM 7.5K DU 1/16W R5156 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R5026 401 225 8008 MT-GLAZE 330 JA 1/16W R5157 401 235 1402 MT-GALZE 1.2K JA 1/16W R5027 401 261 2305 MT-FILM 7.5K DU 1/16W R5159 401 235 2102 MT-GLAZE 82 JA 1/16W R5030 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5160 401 267 6604 MT-GLAZE 270K DC 1/16W R5031 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5161 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R5032 401 261 9304 MT-FILM 15K DD 1/16W R5162 401 225 0507 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W R5033 401 261 2404 MT-FILM 8.2K DU 1/16W R5163 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5034 401 261 5306 MT-FILM 470 DU 1/16W R5164 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R5035 401 261 5900 MT-FILM 330 DU 1/16W R5165 401 225 0309 MT-GLAZE 33 JA 1/16W R5036 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5166 401 261 6709 MT-FILM 100 DU 1/16W R5037 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5167 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5038 401 261 9106 MT-FILM 12K DD 1/16W R5168 401 267 6604 MT-GLAZE 270K DC 1/16W R5039 401 261 2602 MT-FILM 10K DU 1/16W R5169 401 267 6604 MT-GLAZE 270K DC 1/16W R5040 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5170 401 235 1402 MT-GALZE 1.2K JA 1/16W R5041 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5172 401 235 2102 MT-GLAZE 82 JA 1/16W R5042 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5173 401 224 9808 MT-GLAZE 220K JA 1/16W R5043 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5174 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R5044 401 261 9304 MT-FILM 15K DD 1/16W R5175 401 225 1405 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/16W R5045 401 261 9304 MT-FILM 15K DD 1/16W R5176 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5046 401 261 2602 MT-FILM 10K DU 1/16W R5177 401 225 0309 MT-GLAZE 33 JA 1/16W R5047 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5178 401 261 6303 MT-FILM 180 DU 1/16W R5048 401 229 7205 MT-GLAZE 18K JA 1/16W R5179 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5049 401 225 2105 MT-GLAZE 12K JA 1/16W R5180 401 224 9204 MT-GLAZE 15K JA 1/16W R5050 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5181 401 229 7205 MT-GLAZE 18K JA 1/16W R5051 401 261 8703 MT-FILM 20K DD 1/16W (PROTECTORS) R5052 401 261 2404 MT-FILM 8.2K DU 1/16W PR501 645 029 2378 PROTECTOR,IC 1.5A 32V R5053 401 261 5108 MT-FILM 1.0K DU 1/16W PR502 645 029 2378 PROTECTOR,IC 1.5A 32V R5054 401 261 6501 MT-FILM 220 DU 1/16W PR503 645 029 2361 PROTECTOR,IC 1A 32V R5101 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W (JACK) R5102 401 267 6604 MT-GLAZE 270K DC 1/16W JK501 645 009 0486 SOCKET,DC DC JACK R5103 401 258 7009 MT-GLAZE 150K DC 1/16W (CONNECTORS) R5104 401 224 9402 MT-GLAZE 1.0M JA 1/16W CN501 645 023 1162 PLUG,PWB-PWB 40P (N.S.P) R5105 401 267 6604 MT-GLAZE 270K DC 1/16W CN502 636 059 1844 ASSY,WIRE PW1&ST1-SX111 R5106 401 258 7009 MT-GLAZE 150K DC 1/16W CN511 645 040 1466 PLUG,SIDE-ZR-SM3-(N.S.P) R5107 401 224 9402 MT-GLAZE 1.0M JA 1/16W CN512 645 005 6901 PLUG,SIDE-ZR-SM3 (N.S.P) R5108 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W (MISCELLANEOUS) R5109 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W 636 058 2002 SPACER PW1-SX111/J R5110 401 261 8505 MT-FILM 47K DD 1/16W Y5001 636 056 9218 TERMINAL BATTERY A-111/J R5111 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W Y5002 636 056 9225 TERMINAL BATTERY B-111/J R5112 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5113 401 225 1207 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/16W COMPL PWB,PW-2 R5114 401 267 6604 MT-GLAZE 270K DC 1/16W 636 060 9365 R5115 401 258 7009 MT-GLAZE 150K DC 1/16W R5116 401 224 9402 MT-GLAZE 1.0M JA 1/16W (SEMICONDUCTORS) R5117 401 224 9402 MT-GLAZE 1.0M JA 1/16W Q5201 405 150 5002 TR CPH3109 R5118 401 258 7009 MT-GLAZE 150K DC 1/16W Q5202 405 150 7303 TR CPH6702 R5119 401 267 6604 MT-GLAZE 270K DC 1/16W Q5203 405 150 5903 TR CPH3107 R5120 401 261 2305 MT-FILM 7.5K DU 1/16W Q5204 405 150 7303 TR CPH6702 R5121 401 225 8008 MT-GLAZE 330 JA 1/16W Q5205 405 150 5002 TR CPH3109 R5122 401 261 2305 MT-FILM 7.5K DU 1/16W Q5206 405 115 7201 TR DTC144EE R5123 401 225 8008 MT-GLAZE 330 JA 1/16W (INTEGRATED CIRCUIT) R5124 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W IC521 409 418 1201 IC BA9737KV R5125 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W (DIODES) R5126 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W D5201 407 210 9401 DIODE RB491D R5127 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W D5203 407 210 9401 DIODE RB491D R5130 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W (INDUCTORS) R5131 401 225 0903 MT-GLAZE 82K JA 1/16W L5201 645 038 2000 INDUCTOR,33U M R5132 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W L5202 645 031 3622 INDUCTOR,47U M R5133 401 225 0507 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W L5203 645 038 2000 INDUCTOR,33U M R5134 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W L5204 645 031 3622 INDUCTOR,47U M R5135 401 260 5307 MT-GLAZE 6.2K JA 1/16W L5205 645 037 0625 INDUCTOR,4.7U M R5136 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W (CAPACITORS) R5137 401 261 8703 MT-FILM 20K DD 1/16W C5201 403 341 4803 CERAMIC 10U K 10V R5138 401 261 2404 MT-FILM 8.2K DU 1/16W C5203 403 215 1006 CERAMIC 470P J 50V R5139 401 261 8703 MT-FILM 20K DD 1/16W C5204 403 337 9508 CERAMIC 0.15U K 10V R5140 401 261 9106 MT-FILM 12K DD 1/16W C5205 403 113 4109 CERAMIC 2200P K 50V R5143 401 224 9907 MT-GLAZE 22K JA 1/16W C5206 403 337 9508 CERAMIC 0.15U K 10V R5144 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W C5207 403 113 4109 CERAMIC 2200P K 50V R5145 401 225 1207 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/16W C5208 403 157 4202 CERAMIC 220P J 50V R5146 401 258 7009 MT-GLAZE 150K DC 1/16W C5209 403 338 2904 CERAMIC 0.47U K 10V R5147 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C5210 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V R5148 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C5211 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V R5149 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C5212 403 337 9508 CERAMIC 0.15U K 10V R5150 401 229 7205 MT-GLAZE 18K JA 1/16W C5213 403 113 4109 CERAMIC 2200P K 50V R5151 401 225 2105 MT-GLAZE 12K JA 1/16W C5214 403 113 4109 CERAMIC 2200P K 50V R5152 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C5215 403 337 9508 CERAMIC 0.15U K 10V, 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 56P J 50V COMPL PWB,SY-1 C5220 403 215 1006 CERAMIC 470P J 50V 636 056 5777 C5221 403 157 3106 CERAMIC 56P J 50V C5222 403 215 1006 CERAMIC 470P J 50V (SEMICONDUCTORS) C5223 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V Q3001 405 078 6105 TR 2SA1677 C5224 403 157 3106 CERAMIC 56P J 50V OR 405 138 5703 TR DTA124EUA C5230 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V OR 405 096 1205 TR DTA124EU C5231 403 325 0807 POS-SOLID 150U M 6.3V OR 405 119 1007 TR UN5112 C5232 403 155 2309 CERAMIC 4700P K 50V Q3002 405 115 7201 TR DTC144EE C5234 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V Q3003 405 115 7201 TR DTC144EE C5235 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V Q3004 405 159 0206 TR DTC123EUA C5236 403 351 0406 POS-SOLID 220U M 4V OR 405 096 3100 TR DTC123EU C5237 403 155 2309 CERAMIC 4700P K 50V (INTEGRATED CIRCUITS) C5238 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V IC301 410 399 4402 IC UPD78P064GC-A03-8EU C5239 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V IC302 409 383 1008 S-8423NFS C5240 403 351 0406 POS-SOLID 220U M 4V (DIODES) C5241 403 155 2309 CERAMIC 4700P K 50V D3001 407 165 4001 DIODE DA227 C5243 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V D3002 407 165 4001 DIODE DA227 C5244 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V D3003 407 165 4001 DIODE DA227 C5245 403 351 0406 POS-SOLID 220U M 4V D3004 407 165 4001 DIODE DA227 C5246 403 155 2309 CERAMIC 4700P K 50V D3005 407 165 4001 DIODE DA227 C5247 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V D3006 407 149 0807 DIODE 1SS355 (RESISTORS) D3007 407 149 0807 DIODE 1SS355 R5201 401 105 4007 MT-GLAZE 330 JA 1/16W D3048 407 149 0807 DIODE 1SS355 R5202 401 250 6208 MT-GLAZE 270K DC 1/16W (CRYSTAL DEVICES) R5203 401 250 5003 MT-GLAZE 100K DC 1/16W X3001 645 037 5156 OSC,CERAMIC 4.00MHZ R5204 401 105 8005 MT-GLAZE 1M JA 1/16W X3002 645 034 7993 OSC,CRYSTAL 32.768KHZ R5205 401 250 6208 MT-GLAZE 270K DC 1/16W (CAPACITORS) R5206 401 250 5003 MT-GLAZE 100K DC 1/16W C3001 403 145 9905 CERAMIC 22P J 50V R5207 401 105 8005 MT-GLAZE 1M JA 1/16W C3002 403 145 9905 CERAMIC 22P J 50V R5209 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C3003 403 164 0204 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V R5210 401 241 5807 MT-GLAZE 22K DC 1/16W C3004 403 113 3805 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V R5211 401 241 2400 MT-GLAZE 2.2K DC 1/16W C3005 403 155 1807 CERAMIC 0.01U K 25V R5212 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C3006 403 164 0204 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V R5213 401 250 6208 MT-GLAZE 270K DC 1/16W C3007 403 155 1807 CERAMIC 0.01U K 25V R5214 401 250 5003 MT-GLAZE 100K DC 1/16W C3008 403 155 1807 CERAMIC 0.01U K 25V R5215 401 105 8005 MT-GLAZE 1M JA 1/16W C3051 403 348 0204 TA-SLID 22U M 16V R5216 401 105 8005 MT-GLAZE 1M JA 1/16W C3053 403 164 0204 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V R5217 401 250 5003 MT-GLAZE 100K DC 1/16W C3054 403 207 0307 CERAMIC 1U Z 16V R5219 401 105 6001 MT-GLAZE 5.6K JA 1/16W C3055 403 164 0204 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V R5220 401 105 4007 MT-GLAZE 330 JA 1/16W C3056 403 164 0204 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V R5221 401 105 6001 MT-GLAZE 5.6K JA 1/16W C3058 403 207 0307 CERAMIC 1U Z 16V R5222 401 105 4007 MT-GLAZE 330 JA 1/16W C3059 403 155 1807 CERAMIC 0.01U K 25V R5223 401 105 6001 MT-GLAZE 5.6K JA 1/16W (RESISTORS) R5224 401 105 4007 MT-GLAZE 330 JA 1/16W R3001 401 105 0603 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5225 401 105 6001 MT-GLAZE 5.6K JA 1/16W R3002 401 105 5400 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/16W R5227 401 105 0603 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R3003 401 105 0603 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5228 401 105 0603 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R3004 401 105 4304 MT-GLAZE 330K JA 1/16W R5229 401 105 5905 MT-GLAZE 560 JA 1/16W R3005 401 105 5400 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/16W R5230 401 105 2102 MT-GLAZE 18K JA 1/16W R3006 401 105 5400 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/16W R5231 401 105 1105 MT-GLAZE 12K JA 1/16W R3007 401 105 0702 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R5232 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R3008 401 105 0702 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R5233 401 241 5708 MT-GLAZE 18K DC 1/16W R3009 401 105 0702 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R5234 401 241 5005 MT-GLAZE 7.5K DC 1/16W R3010 401 105 5400 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/16W R5235 401 241 0802 MT-GLAZE 220 DC 1/16W R3011 401 167 3307 MT-FILM 220K DD 1/16W R5236 401 241 0802 MT-GLAZE 220 DC 1/16W R3012 401 167 2508 MT-FILM 100K DD 1/16W R5237 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R3015 401 105 0702 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R5238 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R3016 401 105 0603 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5239 401 241 5401 MT-GLAZE 12K DC 1/16W R3017 401 105 0702 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R5240 401 241 5302 MT-GLAZE 10K DC 1/16W R3021 401 105 4205 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W R5241 401 241 2004 MT-GLAZE 1.2K DC 1/16W R3022 401 105 4205 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W R5242 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R3023 401 105 4205 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W R5243 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R3024 401 105 4205 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W R5244 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R3025 401 105 4205 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W R5245 401 241 5401 MT-GLAZE 12K DC 1/16W R3026 401 105 4205 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W R5246 401 241 5104 MT-GLAZE 8.2K DC 1/16W R3027 401 105 4205 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W R5247 401 241 2004 MT-GLAZE 1.2K DC 1/16W R3032 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5248 401 241 1007 MT-GLAZE 330 DC 1/16W R3033 401 105 5400 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/16W R5249 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R3034 401 105 4205 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W R5250 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R3035 401 105 5509 MT-GLAZE 470K JA 1/16W R5251 401 241 5401 MT-GLAZE 12K DC 1/16W R3036 401 105 0603 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5252 401 241 5104 MT-GLAZE 8.2K DC 1/16W R3039 401 105 0702 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R5253 401 241 2608 MT-GLAZE 2.7K DC 1/16W R3040 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5254 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R3041 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W (PROTECTOR) R3042 401 105 5400 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/16W PR521 645 029 2378 PROTECTOR,IC 1.5A 32V R3043 401 105 5400 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/16W, LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION R3044 401 105 5400 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/16W COMPL PWB,ST-1 R3046 401 105 0603 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R3051 401 105 0702 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W 636 056 5784 R3052 401 105 0702 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R3135 401 105 2805 MT-GLAZE 2.2K JA 1/16W (SEMICONDUCTORS) (SWITCHES) Q5401 405 115 7508 TR DTC123JE S3001 645 031 2212 SWITCH,PUSH, Q5402 405 115 6907 TR DTC114EE S3002 645 031 2212 SWITCH,PUSH, Q5405 405 147 9709 TR CPH3205 (DISPLAY) Q5406 405 150 5002 TR CPH3109 A3001 645 040 1459 LCD(LM-7066CX-1) Q5407 405 115 5207 TR 2SC4617 R (CONNECTORS) Q5409 405 151 9504 TR CY20AAJ-8 CN301 645 023 2480 SOCKET,PWB-PWB 30(N.S.P) (DIODES) CN302 645 004 8678 SOCKET,FPC 9P (N.S.P) D5402 407 202 0300 DIODE F1F16 CN306 645 040 0186 SOCKET,FPC 14P (N.S.P) D5403 407 122 2606 DIODE SFPM-64 CN307 645 037 6078 SOCKET,FPC 7P (N.S.P) D5404 407 202 0102 DIODE F1SN4 CN308 645 037 7778 PLUG,2P (N.S.P) D5405 407 199 4503 DIODE CR08AS-8-T1 (MISCELLANEOUS) D5407 407 162 8507 DIODE DAN222 Y3001 636 061 0095 SPACER FPC SY1-SX111/J (INDUCTOR)L5401 645 037 0618 INDUCTOR,15U M (TRANSFORMERS)

COMPL PWB,SY-2 T5401 645 038 6084 TRANS,STEP UP

636 056 5838 T5402 645 031 6951 TRANS,STEP UP (CAPACITORS) (DIODE) C5401 403 341 4803 CERAMIC 10U K 10V D3101 407 198 4207 LED SML-010LT, C5402 403 341 4803 CERAMIC 10U K 10V (CAPACITOR) C5403 403 130 4106 CERAMIC 0.068U K 25V C3101 403 348 0204 TA-SLID 22U M 16V C5404 403 113 3805 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V (RESISTORS) C5405 403 352 7305 CERAMIC 4.7U K 6.3V R3101 401 105 5202 MT-GLAZE 470 JA 1/16W C5406 403 341 4803 CERAMIC 10U K 10V R3102 401 105 5103 MT-GLAZE 47 JA 1/16W C5407 403 157 7302 CERAMIC 6800P K 50V (REMOTE RECEIVER) C5408 403 337 9508 CERAMIC 0.15U K 10V RR311 645 034 8341 UNIT,IR RECEIVER PACK C5409 403 163 9604 CERAMIC 0.033U Z 25V (CONNECTORS) C5410 403 341 4407 CERAMIC 0.047U K 350V CN311 645 038 4127 SOCKET,FPC 6P (N.S.P) C5411 403 330 5903 CERAMIC 0.01U K 500V CN312 645 037 7778 PLUG,2P (N.S.P) (RESISTORS) R5401 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W

COMPL PWB,SY-3 R5407 401 105 6001 MT-GLAZE 5.6K JA 1/16W

636 056 5869 R5408 401 037 3406 MT-GLAZE 82 JA 1/8W R5410 401 037 7909 MT-GLAZE 1.5K JA 1/10W (SWITCH) R5411 401 105 0603 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W S3201 645 045 6138 SWITCH,PUSH, R5413 401 105 0603 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W (CONNECTOR) R5414 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W CN321 645 037 7778 PLUG,2P (N.S.P) R5415 401 105 0603 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5417 402 078 4407 MT-GLAZE 10M FKG 1/8W

COMPL PWB,SY-4 R5418 401 105 5806 MT-GLAZE 56 JA 1/16W

636 056 5791 R5419 401 241 3506 MT-GLAZE 82K DC 1/16WR5422 402 079 0200 MT-GLAZE 220K JKG 1/8W (DIODES) R5423 401 105 3901 MT-GLAZE 33 JA 1/16W D3301 407 165 4001 DIODE DA227 R5424 401 105 5806 MT-GLAZE 56 JA 1/16W D3302 407 165 4001 DIODE DA227 R5425 402 077 7409 MT-GLAZE 100K JKG 1/8W D3303 407 165 4001 DIODE DA227 R5426 401 105 5509 MT-GLAZE 470K JA 1/16W D3304 407 165 4001 DIODE DA227 R5429 401 105 0603 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W D3305 407 165 4001 DIODE DA227 R5467 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W D3306 407 165 4001 DIODE DA227 (PROTECTOR) (SWITCHES) PR541 645 029 2361 PROTECTOR,IC 1A 32V S3301 645 024 3851 SWITCH,PUSH, (CONNECTORS) S3302 645 039 9268 SWITCH,JOG SHUTLE, CN541 645 005 5812 PLUG,2P (N.S.P) (CONNECTORS) CN542 645 040 2432 PLUG,6P (N.S.P) CN331 645 004 7138 SOCKET,FPC 14P (N.S.P) CN333 645 011 9644 SOCKET,FPC 6P (N.S.P) WIRE ASSEMBLY CN334 645 008 5000 SOCKET,FPC 10P (N.S.P) W0002 636 057 5448 ASSY,WIRE ST1 & SY3-SX111/J (N.S.P.)

COMPL PWB,SY-5 CN110 & CN542

636 056 5845 W0003 636 059 1592 ASSY,WIRE CA2 & FOCUS-SX111 (N.S.P.)CN109 & R.E (CONNECTOR) W0004 636 057 6605 ASSY,WIRE SY2 & SY3-SX111 (N.S.P.) CN341 645 037 7778 PLUG,2P (N.S.P) CN312 & CN321 (N.S.P.) (MISCELLANEOUS) W0005 636 059 1851 ASSY,WIRE SY1 & SY5-SX111 (N.S.P.) 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.

Mar./ '01 / 3780 NS Printed in Japan Osaka, Japan, OVERALL WIRING  基板間結線図,

SANYO Electric Co., Ltd.

Apr./ '01/ 3,780 NS Printed in Japan

Osaka, Japan

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USB STORAGE INFORMATION REGISTRATION USB storage data is important for when the camera is con- nected to a computer via a USB connection. If there are any errors in the USB storage data, or if it has not been saved, the USB specification conditions will not be sat- isfied, so always check and save
  OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 1-1. CA1 and A PART OF CA2 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTIONS Around CCD block 10987654321
OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 1-1. CA1 and A PART OF CA2 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTIONS Around CCD block 109876543211. IC Configuration CA1 board Ye Cy Ye Cy IC901 (ICX411AQ) CCD imager G Mg G CA2 board MgYe Cy Ye IC931 H driver, CDS, AGC and A/D converter CyG Mg G Mg IC934 (CXD3400N) V driver Ye Cy Ye Cy
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CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS & PRINTED WIRING BOARDS TABLE OF CONTENTS OVERALL WIRING & BLOCK DIAGRAMS Page OVERALL WIRING ... C3 OVERALL CIRCUIT ... C4 CAMERA CIRCUIT ... C4 FLASH CIRCUIT ... C5 POWER CIRCUIT ... C5 LENS CIRCUIT ... C5 MAIN & LCD DRIVER CIRCUIT ... C6 SYSTEM CONTROL CIRCUIT ... C7 CIRCUIT DIAG
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FILE NO. SERVICE MANUAL Digital Camera VPC-AZ3EX (Product Code : 126 621 01) (Europe) (PAL General) VPC-AZ3 (Product Code : 126 621 02) (U.S.A.) (Canada) Contents 1. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ... 2 2. DISASSEMBLY ... 10 3. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT ... 12 4. USB STORAGE INFORMATION REGISTRATION ...
SERVICE MANUAL Color Digital Camera VPC-AZ1EX VPC-AZ1E VPC-AZ1
FILE NO. SERVICE MANUAL Color Digital Camera VPC-AZ1EX (Product Code : 126 299 01) (Europe) (PAL General) VPC-AZ1E (Product Code : 126 299 02) (U.K.) VPC-AZ1 (Product Code : 126 299 03) (U.S.A.) (Canada) Contents 1. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ... 2 2. DISASSEMBLY ... 11 3. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT
  ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT 3-1. Table for Servicing Tools 6-3. LCD RGB Offset Adjustment
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT 3-1. Table for Servicing Tools 6-3. LCD RGB Offset Adjustment 6-4. LCD Blue Brightness Adjustment Ref. No. Name Number Part code 6-5. LCD Red Brightness Adjustment J-1 Pattern box (color viewer) 1 VJ8-0190 Note: If the lens, CCD and board in item 2-5, it is necessary to adjus
1-4. ST1 STROBE CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
1-4. 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 from SY1 board becomes High (3.3 V), the charg- sion port, the stroboscope emits light. ing
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FILE NO. SERVICE MANUAL Digital Movie Camera VPC-C40 (Product Code : 168 033 01) (U.S.A.) (Canada) (Korea) (Taiwan) VPC-C40EX (Product Code : 168 033 02) (Europe) (South America) (China) (Australia) (Hong Kong) Contents (Russia) 1. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ... 3 (Middle East) 2. DISASSEMBLY ..
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DISASSEMBLY 2-1. REMOVAL OF CABINET LEFT, CP1 BOARD AND SY1 BOARD 1. Cover battery 9. Screw 1.7x32. Five screws 1.7x510. Shield CP1 3. Three screws 1.7x311. CP1 board 4. Cabinet left 12. Two connectors 5. Cover card 13. Two FPCs 6. Connector 14. Four screws 1.7x412 7. FPC 15. Connector 8. Screw 1.
SERVICE MANUAL Digital Camera VPC-AZ3EX VPC-AZ3
FILE NO. SERVICE MANUAL Digital Camera VPC-AZ3EX (Product Code : 126 621 01) (Europe) (PAL General) VPC-AZ3 (Product Code : 126 621 02) (U.S.A.) (Canada) Contents 1. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ... 2 2. DISASSEMBLY ... 10 3. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT ... 12 4. USB STORAGE INFORMATION REGISTRATION ...
WARNING Do not use solder containing lead. Note:
WARNING Do not use solder containing lead. Note: This product has been manufactured using lead-free solder in If replacing existing solder containing lead with lead-free sol- order to help preserve the environment. der in the soldered parts of products that have been manufac- Because of this, be sur
  USB STORAGE INFORMATION REGISTRATION
USB STORAGE INFORMATION REGISTRATION USB storage data is important for when the camera is con- nected to a computer via a USB connection. If there are any errors in the USB storage data, or if it has not been saved, the USB specification conditions will not be sat- isfied, so always check and save
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CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS & PRINTED WIRING BOARDS TABLE OF CONTENTS OVERALL WIRING & BLOCK DIAGRAMS Page OVERALL WIRING ... C3 OVERALL CIRCUIT ... C4 POWER CIRCUIT ... C5 STROBO CIRCUIT ... C5 CAMERA CIRCUIT ... C6 LENS DRIVER CIRCUIT ... C6 MAIN CIRCUIT ... C7 SYSTEM CONTROL CIRCUIT ... C8 CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
WARNING Do not use solder containing lead. Note: This product has been manufactured using lead-free solder in If replacing existing solder containing lead with lead-free sol-
WARNING Do not use solder containing lead. Note: This product has been manufactured using lead-free solder in If replacing existing solder containing lead with lead-free sol- order to help preserve the environment. der in the soldered parts of products that have been manufac- Because of this, be sur
CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS & PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS & PRINTED WIRING BOARDS TABLE OF CONTENTS OVERALL WIRING & BLOCK DIAGRAMS Page OVERALL WIRING ... C3 OVERALL CIRCUIT ... C4 POWER CIRCUIT ... C5 STROBO CIRCUIT ... C5 CAMERA CIRCUIT ... C6 LENS CIRCUIT ... C6 MAIN CIRCUIT ... C7 SYSTEM CONTROL CIRCUIT ... C8 CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS CIRCUIT
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FILE NO. SERVICE MANUAL Digital Movie Camera VPC-C6 (Product Code : 168 034 01) (U.S.A.) (Canada) (Korea) (Taiwan) VPC-C6EX (Product Code : 168 034 02) (China) (South America) (Russia) (Middle East) (Africa) (Hong Kong) (Australia) (General) Contents 1. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ... 3 VPC-C6E 2
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CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS & PRINTED WIRING BOARDS TABLE OF CONTENTS OVERALL WIRING & BLOCK DIAGRAMS Page OVERALL WIRING ... C3 OVERALL CIRCUIT ... C4 ASIC CIRCUIT ... C4 CAMERA CIRCUIT ... C5 LENS CIRCUIT ... C5 SYSTEM CONTROL CIRCUIT ... C6 STROBO CIRCUIT ... C7 POWER CIRCUIT ... C7 CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS MAIN &
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OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 1-1. CCD CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION Pin 1 1. IC Configuration The CCD peripheral circuit block basically consists of the fol- lowing ICs. V IC903 (MN39830PLJ-A) CCD imager IC901 (AN20112A) V driver 6 IC905 (AD9996BBCZ) CDS, AGC, A/D converter, H driver, vertical TG 12 H 58P
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FILE NO. SERVICE MANUAL Digital Camera VPC-E6 (Product Code : 168 026 01) (Canada) (Korea) (Taiwan) VPC-E6EX (Product Code : 168 026 02) VPC-E6EXW (Product Code : 168 026 04) (Europe) (South America) (China) (Australia) Contents (General) 1. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ... 2 2. DISASSEMBLY ... 10
WARNING Do not use solder containing lead. Note:
WARNING Do not use solder containing lead. Note: This product has been manufactured using lead-free solder in If replacing existing solder containing lead with lead-free sol- order to help preserve the environment. der in the soldered parts of products that have been manufac- Because of this, be sur
  DISASSEMBLY
DISASSEMBLY 2-1. REMOVAL OF CABINET FRONT AND CP1 BOARD 1. Three screws 1.7x510. Remove the solder. (microphone) 2. Three screws 1.7x411. Remove the solder. 3. Cabinet front 12. Three FPCs 4. Holder cover baria 13. Screw 1.7x35. Cover lens 14. Screw 1.7 x 3.5 6. FPC 15. Connector 7. Two screws 1.7
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CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS & PRINTED WIRING BOARDS TABLE OF CONTENTS OVERALL WIRING & BLOCK DIAGRAMS Page OVERALL WIRING ... C3 OVERALL CIRCUIT ... C4 ASIC CIRCUIT ... C4 CAMERA CIRCUIT ... C5 LENS CIRCUIT ... C5 SYSTEM CONTROL CIRCUIT ... C6 STROBO CIRCUIT ... C7 POWER CIRCUIT ... C7 CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS MAIN &
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FILE NO. SERVICE MANUAL Digital Camera VPC-E60 (Product Code : 168 054 01) (U.S.A.) (Canada) (Korea) (Taiwan) (General) VPC-E60EX (Product Code : 168 054 02) (Europe) (U.K.) (South America) (China) (Australia) Contents (Hong Kong) 1. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ... 3 (Russia) 2. DISASSEMBLY ... 1
WARNING Do not use solder containing lead. Note:
WARNING Do not use solder containing lead. Note: This product has been manufactured using lead-free solder in If replacing existing solder containing lead with lead-free sol- order to help preserve the environment. der in the soldered parts of products that have been manufac- Because of this, be sur
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FILE NO. SERVICE MANUAL Digital Camera VPC-J1 (Product Code : 126 626 01) (U.S.A) (Canada) VPC-J1EX (Product Code : 126 626 02) (Europe) (PAL General) Contents 1. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ... 2 2. DISASSEMBLY ... 9 3. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT ... 12 4. USB STORAGE INFORMATION REGISTRATION ... 16
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FILE NO. SERVICE MANUAL Digital Movie Camera VPC-HD1A (Product Code : 168 070 01) (U.S.A.) (Canada) (Korea) (Taiwan) (General) VPC-HD1AEX (Product Code : 168 070 02) (Europe) (U.K.) (South America) (China) Contents (Australia) 1. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ... 3 (Hong Kong) 2. DISASSEMBLY ... 12