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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 sure to use lead-free solder when carrying tured up until now, remove all of the existing solder at those out repair work, and never use solder containing lead. parts before applying the lead-free solder. Lead-free solder has a melting point that is 30 - 40°C (86 - 104°F) higher than solder containing ...
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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 sure to use lead-free solder when carrying tured up until now, remove all of the existing solder at those out repair work, and never use solder containing lead. parts before applying the lead-free solder. Lead-free solder has a melting point that is 30 - 40°C (86 - 104°F) higher than solder containing lead, and moreover it does not contain lead which attaches easily to other metals. As a result, it does not melt as easily as solder containing lead, and soldering will be more difficult even if the temperature of the soldering iron is increased. The extra difficulty in soldering means that soldering time will increase and damage to the components or the circuit board may easily occur. Because of this, you should use a soldering iron and solder that satisfy the following conditions when carrying out repair work. Soldering iron Use a soldering iron which is 70 W or equivalent, and which lets you adjust the tip temperature up to 450°C (842°F). It should also have as good temperature recovery characteris- tics as possible. Set the temperature to 350°C (662°F) or less for chip compo- nents, to 380°C (716°F) for lead wires and similar, and to 420°C (788°F) when installing and removing shield plates. The tip of the soldering iron should have a C-cut shape or a driver shape so that it can contact the circuit board as flat or in a line as much as possible. Solder Use solder with the metal content and composition ratio by weight given in the table below. Do not use solders which do not meet these conditions. Metal content Tin (Sn) Silver (Ag) Copper (Cu) Composition 96.5 % 3.0 % 0.5 % ratio by weight Lead-free solder is available for purchase as a service tool. Use the following part number when ordering: Part name: Lead-free solder with resin (0.5 mm dia., 500 g) Part number: VJ8-0270 – 2 –, 1. 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 (MN39830PMJ-A) CCD imager IC901 (AN20112A) V driver 6 IC905 (AD9996BBCZ) CDS, AGC, A/D converter, H driver, vertical TG 12 H 58Pin 13 2. IC903 (CCD) Fig. 1-1.Optical Black Location (Top View) [Structure] Interline type CCD image sensor Optical size 1/2.5 type format Effective pixels 2864 (H) X 2160 (V) 1 øV6 2 øV5B Pixels in total 2934 (H) X 2171 (V) Photo diode 3 øV5A Optical black 4 øV4 Horizontal (H) direction: Front 12 pixels, Rear 58 pixels 5 øV3B Vertical (V) direction: Front 6 pixels, Rear 5 pixels 6 øV3A 7 øV3L Dummy bit number Horizontal : 28 Vertical :7 8 øV3R 9 øV2 10 øV1 VDD 13 11 øV1S VO 14 12 GND GND 2315 øV5R Horizontal shift register 24 øV5L 17 PT 18 SUBSW 19 øVsub 16 20 21 22 Fig. 1-2. CCD Block Diagram Pin No. Symbol Pin Description Waveform Voltage 1, 23, 24 V5L, V5R, V6 Vertical register transfer clock -6.0 V, 0 V 2, 3 V5A, V5B Vertical register transfer clock -6.0 V, 0 V, 12 V V1S, V2, V3L, 4, 7, 8, 9, 11VVVertical register transfer clock -6.0 V, 0 V 3R, 4 5, 6, 10 V1, V3A, V3B Vertical register transfer clock -6.0 V, 0 V, 12 V 14 VO Signal output DC Aprox. 12 V 13 VDD Circuit power DC 12 V 16 ØRG Reset gate clock 4.5 V, 7.8 V 12, 15 GND GND GND0V17 PT Protection transister bias DC -6.0 V 18 SUB SW Substrate control 0, 3.3 V (When importing all picture element: 3.3 V) Aprox. 6 V 19 SUB Substrate clock DC (Different from every CCD) 20, 21 HL, H1 Horizontal register transfer clock 0 V, 3.3 V 22 H2 Horizontal register transfer clock 0 V, 3.3 V Table 1-1. CCD Pin Description When sensor read-out – 3 – øRG Output part Vertical shift register øHL øH1 øH2, 3. Part of IC905 (generation of vertical transfer clock, 4. IC905 (H Driver, CDS, AGC and A/D converter)

H Driver) and IC901 (V Driver) IC905 contains the functions of H driver, CDS, AGC and A/D An H driver (part of IC905) and V driver (IC901) are neces- converter. As horizontal clock driver for CCD image sensor,

sary in order to generate the clocks (vertical transfer clock, HØ1 (A and B) and HØ2 (A and B) are generated inside, and horizontal transfer clock and electronic shutter clock) which output to CCD. driver the CCD. The video signal which is output from the CCD is input to pin

IC905 has the generation of horizontal transfer clock and the (A6) of IC905. There are sampling hold blocks generated from

function of H driver, and is an inverter IC which drives the the SHP and SHD pulses, and it is here that CDS (correlated horizontal CCDs (H1 and H2). It carries out generating verti- double sampling) is carried out. cal transfer clock, and output to IC901. After passing through the CDS circuit, the signal passes

In addition the XV1-XV6 signals which are output from IC905 through the AGC amplifier (VGA: Variable Gain Amplifier). It

are vertical transfer clocks, and the XSG signal is superim- is A/D converted internally into a 14-bit signal, and is then posed onto XV1, XV3 and XV5 at IC901 in order to generate input to ASIC (IC101). The gain of the VGA amplifier is con- a ternary pulse. In addition, the XSUB signal which is output trolled by pin (A2), (B3) and (C4) serial signal which is output from IC101 is used as the sweep pulse for the electronic shut- from ASIC (IC101). ter, and the RG signal which is output from IC905 is the reset gate clock. REFT REFB AD9996 VMSUB VREF 9 6~42 dB OSUB 3-level 10 7 VHH CCDIN CDS VGA 14-BIT DOUTADC 2-level VL 5 16 OV5R -3dB, 0dB, +3dB 2-level 3V INPUT LDO CLAMP VL 27 15 OV5L 1.8V OUTPUT REG

INTERNAL

2-level 2-level 1.8V INPUT OV2 24 18 OV3R CHARGE

CLOCKS

3V OUTPUT PUMP SL 2-level 2-level INTERNAL OV4 23 17 OV3L RG

SCK

HORIZONTAL PRECISION

REGISTERS

HL TIMING SDI 2-level 2-level 8 DRIVERS OV6 21 19 OV1S GENERATORH1 TO H8 VM 8 25 VM XV1 TO XV24 VERTICAL TIMING SYNCGENERATOR 3-level 3-level XSUBCK CONTROL OV1 20 12 OV5A 8 3-level RESET 28 11 OV5B GP01 TO GP08 HD VD SYNC CLI CLO Level 3-levelSUBCNT 1 conversion 14 OV3A 3-level VDC 3 13 OV3B Level Fig. 1-4. IC905 Block DiagramCH1 32 conversion 6 VH V1 33 Levelconversion 26 VH V6 31 Levelconversion 4 GND V4 30 Level Level conversion conversion 41 CH2 V2 29 Level Level conversion conversion 40 V3 Level LevelV5R 37 conversion conversion 39 CH4 V5L 38 Level Level conversion conversion 44 CH3 Level LevelV3R 35 conversion conversion 43 V5 Level LevelV3L 36 conversion conversion 42 CH5 Level V1S 34 Levelconversion conversion 2 SUB

Fig. 1-3. IC901 Block Diagram

– 4 –, 1-2. CP1, VF1 and TB1 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 1. Circuit Description When the TG/SG drives the CCD, picture data passes through 1-1. Digital clamp the A/D and CDS, and is then input to the ASIC as 10-bit The optical black section of the CCD extracts averaged val- data. The AF, AE, AWB, shutter, and AGC value are com- ues from the subsequent data to make the black level of the puted from this data, and three exposures are made to obtain CCD output data uniform for each line. The optical black sec- the optimum picture. The data which has already been stored tion of the CCD averaged value for each line is taken as the in the SDRAM is read by the CPU and color generation is sum of the value for the previous line multiplied by the coeffi- carried out. Each pixel is interpolated from the surrounding cient k and the value for the current line multiplied by the data as being either R, G, and B primary color data to pro- coefficient 1-k. duce R, G and B data. At this time, correction of the lens distortion which is a characteristic of wide-angle lenses is 1-2. Signal processor carried out. After AWB and γ processing are carried out, a 1. γ correction circuit matrix is generated and aperture correction is carried out for This circuit performs (gamma) correction in order to maintain the Y signal, and the data is then compressed by JPEG and a linear relationship between the light input to the camera is then written to card memory (SD card). and the light output from the picture screen. When the data is to be output to an external device, it is taken data from the memory and output via the USB I/F. When played 2. Color generation circuit back on the LCD and monitor, data is transferred from memery This circuit converts the CCD data into RGB signals. to the SDRAM, and the image is then elongated so that it is displayed over the SDRAM display area. 3. Matrix circuit This circuit generates the Y signals, R-Y signals and B-Y sig- 3. LCD Block nals from the RGB signals. During EE, the YUV of 640 x 480 conversion is carried out for the 12-bit RGB data which is input from the A/D conversion 4. Horizontal and vertical aperture circuit block of the CCD to the ASIC in order to be displayed on the This circuit is used gemerate the aperture signal. video, and then transferred to the SDRAM. The data which has accumulated in the SDRAM is converted 1-3. AE/AWB and AF computing circuit to digital YUV signal in conformity to ITUR-601 inside the ASIC The AE/AWB carries out computation based on a 64-segment by SDRAM control circuit inside the ASIC, the data is sent to screen, and the AF carries out computations based on a 6- the LCD driver IC and displayed the image to LCD panel after segment screen. gamma conversion is carried out. If the shutter button is pressed in this condition, the 12-bit 1-4. SDRAM controller data which is output from the A/D conversion block of the This circuit outputs address, RAS, CAS and AS data for con- CCD is sent to the SDRAM (DMA transfer), and is displayed trolling the SDRAM. It also refreshes the SDRAM. on the LCD as a freeze-frame image. During playback, the JPEG image data which has accumu- 1-5. Communication control lated in the SD card is converted to YUV signals. In the same 1. SIO way as for EE, the data is then sent to the SDRAM, con- This is the interface for the 8-bit microprocessor. verted to digital YUV signal in conformity to ITUR-601 inside the ASIC, the data is sent to the LCD driver IC and displayed 2. PIO/PWM/SIO for LCD the image to LCD panel. 8-bit parallel input and output makes it possible to switch be- The LCD driver is converted digital YUV signals to RGB sig- tween individual input/output and PWM input/output. nals from ASIC, and these RGB signals and the control sig- nal which is output by the LCD driver are used to drive the 1-6. TG/SG LCD panel. The RGB signals are 1H transposed so that no Timing generated for 6 million pixel horizontal addtion CCD DC component is present in the LCD element, and the two control. horizontal shift register clocks drive the horizontal shift regis- ters inside the LCD panel so that the 1H/1V transposed RGB 1-7. Digital encorder signals are applied to the LCD panel. It generates chroma signal from color difference signal. Because the LCD closes more as the difference in potential between the VCOM (common polar voltage: AC drive) and 2. Outline of Operation the R, G and B signals becomes greater, the display becomes When the shutter opens, the reset signals (ASIC and CPU) darker; if the difference in potential is smaller, the element and the serial signals (“take a picture” commands) from the opens and the LCD become brighter. In addition, the bright- 8-bit microprocessor are input and operation starts. ness and contrast settings for the LCD can be varied by means of the serial data from the ASIC. – 5 –, 4. Lens drive block 5. Video clip recording and playback 4-1. Focus drive 5-1. Recording The focus motor is a stepping motor which is microstep-driven The signals from the camera block are input to the ASIC where by IC951. The 4 MHz clock signal (OSCIN) of the control sig- they are processed, and the image data that is stored in the nals (3-wire serial control (SDATA, SCLK, SENAB), VD) and SDRAM built-in IC101 is input to the IC102 MPEG4 CODEC SUB CPU that are output from the ASIC (IC101) port is input LSI. The CODEC LSI converts this data to encoded MPEG4 to IC951 so that IC951 can microstep control the focus motor. data, after which it is returned to the ASIC as streaming data, Detection of the standard focusing motor position is carried and the data is then written in sequence onto the SD card. At out by means of photointerruptor sensor inside the lens. this time, the audio signals that are input to the built-in micro- phone are converted into digital data by the audio CODEC IC 4-2. Zoom drive of IC181, and they are then input via the ASIC to IC102 (MPEG4 The zoom motor is a stepping motor which is microstep-driven CODEC). The audio data is then encoded (AAC) by IC102, by IC951. The 4 MHz clock signal (OSCIN) of the control sig- and then it is returned to the ASIC as streaming data and is nals (3-wire serial control (SDATA, SCLK, SENAB), VD) and then written in sequence onto the SD card together with the SUB CPU that are output from the ASIC (IC101) port is input image signals described above. to IC951 so that IC951 can microstep control the zoom motor. Detection of the standard zoom motor position is carried out 5-2. Playback by means of photointerruptor sensor inside the lens. The data is read from the SD card and input to IC102 as stream- ing data. The encoded data is decoded into image data by 4-3. ND filter IC102 and then returned to the ASIC where it is displayed by ND filter control is carried out by the control signals (ND ON the LCD or on a TV monitor. At this time, the audio data is also and ND OFF) that are output from the ASIC (IC101) port and decoded by IC102, and it passes through the ASIC and is in- input to IC951 so that IC951 can drive the ND filter. put to IC181 as digital data. D/A conversion is carried out at The 4 MHz clock signals (OSCIN) of the 3-wire serial control IC181, and the sound is then output to the speaker or to the signals (SDATA, SCLK, SENAB) and SUB CPU allow IC951 to LINE OUT terminal. operate. 6. Audio CODEC circuit (IC181) 4-4. Iris drive The audio signals from the microphone are converted into 16- The drive method is a galvanometer type without braking coil. bit digital data. AD conversion is carried out at a maximum The aperture opening amout is controlled as follows: the out- sampling frequency of 48 kHz. put from the Hall sensor inside the lens is amplified by the Hall During audio playback, the 16-bit digital data is converted into amplifier circuit inside the IC971 lens drive IC, and the differ- analog signals and these drive the speaker or line out system. ence between the current and target aperture determined by DA conversion is carried out at a maximum sampling frequency the resulting output and the exposure amout output from the of 48 kHz. ASIC (IC101) is input to the servo amplifier circuit (IC971) to keep the aperture automatically controlled to the target aper- ture. The lens aperture control signal is output from IC971 and is input to lens drive IN6B of IC951. IC951 functions as the driver for driving the lens. The 4 MHz clock signals (OSCIN) of the 3-wire serial control signals (SDATA, SCLK, SENAB) and SUB CPU allow IC951 to operate. 4-5. Shutter drive Reverse voltage is applied to the above aperture coil to oper- ate the shutter. With normal operation, the OC_EN and OC_CONT signals that are output from the ASIC (IC101) are maintained at a low level and when the shutter operates, the OC_EN and OC_CONT signals switch to high, and after that the SHUTTER + signal that is output from the ASIC (IC101) becomes high and the shutter operates. It is input to lens drive IN6B of IC951 with low level. IC951 functions as the driver for driving the lens. The 4 MHz clock signals (OSCIN) of the 3-wire serial control signals (SDATA, SCLK, SENAB) and SUB CPU allow IC951 to operate. – 6 –, 1-3. PWA and VF1 POWER CIRCUIT

DESCRIPTION

1-4. Analog 3.4 V Power output 1. Outline (PWA) +3.4 V (A) is output. +3.4 V (A) is output which dropped 3.4 V This is the main power circuit, and is comprised of the follow- by 5V system power output at regulator IC503. ing blocks. Switching power controller (IC501) 1-5. Digital 1.2 V Power Output Analog 12 V power output (Q5001, L5001) VDD1.2 is output. Feedback for the VDD1.2 is provided to the Analog -6 V power output (Q5006, L5007) switching controller (Pins (9) of IC501) so that PWM control Analog 3.4 V power output (IC503) can be carried out. Digital 1.2 V power output (L5006) Digital 3.25 V power output (L5005) 1-6. Digital 3.25 V Power Output5Vsystem power output (L5004) VDD3 is output. Feedback for the VDD3 is provided to the Digital 1.8 V power output (Q5004, L5014) swiching controller (Pin (13) of IC501) so that PWM control can be carried out. 1-1. Switching Controller This is the basic circuit which is necessary for controlling the 1-7. 5 V System Power Output power supply for a PWM-type switching regulator, and is pro- +5 V is output. Feedback for the +5 V is provided to the vided with six built-in channels, only CH1 (analog 12 V power swiching controller (Pin (17) of IC501) so that PWM control output), CH2 (analog -6 V power output), CH_M (digital 3.25 can be carried out. V power output), CH_SD (digital 1.2 V power output) and CH_SU (5 V system power output) are used. Feedback from 1-8. Digital 1.8 V Power Output 12 V (A) (CH1), -6 V (A) (CH2), 3.25 V (D) (CH_M), 1.2 V (D) VDD1.8 is output. Feedback for the VDD1.8 is provided to the (CH_SD) and5V(CH_SU) power supply outputs are received, swiching controller (Pin (1) of IC501) so that PWM control and the PWM duty is varied so that each one is maintained at can be carried out. the correct voltage setting level. 1-9. Camera charging circuit 1. Short-circuit Protection If the camera’s power is turned off, play mode and USB con- If output is short-circuited for the length of time setting inside nection mode (card reader and pictbridge) setting while it is IC501, all output is turned off. The control signal (P ON) are connected to the AC adaptor, the battery will be recharged. In recontrolled to restore output. the above condition, a CTL signal is sent from the micropro- cessor and recharging starts. 1-2. Analog 12 V Power Output 12 V (A) is output. Feedback for the 12 V (A) is provided to the 2. Outline (VF1) switching controller (Pin (3) of IC501) so that PWM control This is the power circuit in the VF1 board, and is comprised can be carried out. of the following blocks. Backlight power output (IC514, Q5102, L5102) 1-3. Analog -6 V Power Output -6 V (A) is output. Feedback for the -6 V (A) is provided to the 2-1. Backlight Power Output switching controller (Pin (31) of IC501) so that PWM control Regular current is being transmitted to LED for LCD back- can be carried out. light. Feedback for the voltage of R5124 and R5126 are pro- vided to the controller (Pin (1) of IC514) so that PWM control can be carried out. – 7 –, 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 FLCLT signal is input from the ASIC expansion port, CHG signal from microprocessor becomes High (3.3 V), the the stroboscope emits light. charging circuit starts 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 FLCLT signal is input to the emission control cir- circuit does not operate. cuit, Q5409 switches on and preparation is made to the light emitting. Moreover, when a FLCLT signal becomes Lo, the 1-1. Charge switch stroboscope stops emitting light. When the CHG signal switches to Hi, IC541 starts charging operation. 2-2. Trigger circuit The Q5409 is turned ON by the FLCLT signal and light emis- 1-2. Power supply filter sion preparation is preformed. Simultaneously, high voltage C5401 constitutes the power supply filter. They smooth out pulses of several kV are emitted from the trigger coil and ap- ripples in the current which accompany the switching of the plied to the light emitter. 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 150-250 kHz, and drive the oscillation trans- Beware of electric shocks. former. 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 C5412. 1-6. Charge monitoring circuit The functions programmed in the IC541 monitor oscillations and estimate the charging voltage. If the voltage exceeds the rated value, charging automatically stops. Then, the CHG- DONE signal is changed to Lo output and a "charging stopped" signal is sent to the microcomputer. – 8 –, 1-5. SYA CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 1. Configuration and Functions For the overall configuration of the SYA block, refer to the block diagram. The SYA block centers around a 8-bit microprocessor (IC301), and controls camera system condition (mode). The 8-bit microprocessor handles the following functions. 1. Operation key input, 2. Clock control and backup, 3. Power ON/OFF, 4. Storobe charge control. Pin Signal I/O Outline 1 SCLK O Serial data clock 2 ZCARD I SD card detection (L= card) 3 BACKUP CTL O Backup battery charge control (L= charge) 4 BL ON O LCD backlight control (H= ON) 5 HOT LINE I Hot line from ASIC 6 TH ON O Temperature sensor power ON/OFF (L= ON) 7 NOT USED - - 8 ZAV_JACK I AV jack detection (L= AV jack detection) 9 VDD2 - Backup 3.2 V 10 VSS2 - GND 11 VF. LED (R) O VF. LED (red) (H= lighting) 12 VF. LED (G) O VF. LED (green) (H= lighting) 13 CAM_LED O Cradle camera detection display LED drive (L= lighting) 14 CHG_LED O Cradle charging display LED drive (L= lighting) 15 BAT CHG ON O Start charging (H= start) 16 LENS_4M O Lens driver 4M clock output 17 MRST O System reset output (L= reset) 18 TRSTOTreset output (L= reset) 19 ZUSB_DET I USB detection input (L= USB detection) 20 BAT CHG CTL O Charge current control 21 LCD ON1 O LCD start-up signal output (H= start up) 22 PLLEN O PLL ON/OFF control (H=ON) 23 USB TRIG I Cradle USB trigger detection (H= trigger detection) 24 P ON O D/D converter ON/OFF control (H= ON) 25 CHG O Strobo condensor charge control signal (H= charge) 26 ZBOOT_COMREQ I Boot/command request input from ASIC 27 FLW_SR I FLW_SR Flash writer 28 AVREF ON O SW 3.2 V ON/OFF control (L= ON) 29~34 SCAN IN5~0 I Keyscan input 5~0 35 VSS3 - GND 36 VDD3 - Backup 3.2 V 37 FLW_SI I FLW_SI Flash writer 38 FLW_SCK I FLW_SCK Flash writer 39 FLW_SO I FLW_SO Flash writer 40 DC_IN I DC power connection detection input (L= DC power detection) 41~44 SCAN OUT3~0 O Keyscan output 3~0 45 BAT CHG ERR I IC524 Fault output detection (L= fault detection) 46 TIME OUT I IC524 CHRG output detection (L= TIME OUT detection) 47 BAT CHGIIIC524 Charge current monitoring (AD conversion input) 48 BAT_TEMP I Lithum ion battery temperature detection (AD conversion input) 49 BAT_OFF I Battery OFF detection signal input (L= OFF detection) 50 ZSREQ I/O Transmission clock for communication (SYA ↔ ASIC) See next page → – 9 –, 51 SCAN IN6 I Keyscan input 6 52 IR_IN I Cradle infrared remote control transmission data (asynchronous) input 53 RESET I Reset input 54 XCIN I Clock (32.768 KHz) 55 XCOUT O Clock 56 VSS1 - GND 57 XIN I Main clock (4MHz) 58 XOUT O Main clock 59 VDD1 - Backup 3.2 V 60 BATTERY I UNREG SY voltage measurement input 61 CHG_DONE I Strobo condensor charging completion signal input (H= charging completion) 62 INT_TEMP I Substrate temperature measurement input around ASIC (AD convertion input) 63 ASIC SI O Serial data output to ASIC 64 ASIC SO I Serial data input to ASIC Table 5-1. 8-bit Microprocessor Port Specification 2. Internal Communication Bus The SYA block 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. 5-1 shows the internal communication between the 8-bit microprocessor, ASIC and SPARC lite circuits. ASIC RESET S. REQ 8-bit ASIC SO ASIC Microprocessor ASIC SI ASIC SCK

MRST

Fig. 5-1 Internal Bus Communication System 3. Key Operaiton For details of the key operation, refer to the instruction manual.

SCAN

SCAN IN126OUT03450← LEFT → RIGHT ↑ UP ↓ DOWN SET MENU LCD LOTATION 1 TELE WIDE REC 1st SHUTTER 2nd SHUTTER CAMERA PLAY 2 - - PLAY - - - POWER ON 3 - TEST - - - - PANEL OPEN Table 5-2. Key Operation – 10 –, 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 IC303, 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 lithum 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 8-bit microprocessor supplies power to the system as required. The 8-bit microprocessor first sets the P ON signal at pin (24) to high, and then turns on the DC/DC converter. After this, low signal is output from pin (17) so that the ASIC is set to the reset condition. After this these pins set to high, and set to active condition. If the LCD monitor is on, the LCD ON 1 signal at pin (21) set to high, and the DC/DC converter for the LCD monitor is turned on. Once it is completed, the ASIC returns to the reset condition, all DC/DC converters are turned off and the power supply to the whole system is halted. ASIC, 8 bit LCD

CCD

memory CPU MONITOR5V(A) 3.2 V Power voltage 3.3 V 1.2V5V(L) etc. +12 V etc. (ALWAYS) Power OFF OFF OFF 32KHz OFF Power switch ON- OFF OFF 32KHz OFF Auto power OFF

CAMERA

LCD finder ON ON 4 MHz ON Play back ON OFF 4 MHz ON Table 5-3. Camera Mode Note) 4 MHz = Main clock operation, 32 kHz = Sub clock operation – 11 –, 2. DISASSEMBLY 2-1. REMOVAL OF CABINET LEFT, CP1 BOARD AND TB1 BOARD 1. Open the cover battery. 13. Flexible FPC 21. Screw 1.7x42. Screw 1.7x314. Connector 22. Assy wire VF1 & TB1 3. Screw 1.7 x 4.5 15. CP1 board 23. TB1 board 4. Two screws 1.7x316. Connector 24. Screw 1.7x45. Four screws 1.7x517. Screw 1.7x425. Stand 6. Cabinet left 18. Dec grip front 7. Two screws 1.7x419. Two FPCs 8. Screw 1.7x320. Screw 1.7x39. Screw 1.7x410. Connector 11. Holder speaker 12. FPC 1 22 A 11 23 2 13 10 16 12 21 8 14 A 20 24 25 18 15 5 17 – 12 –, 2-2. REMOVAL OF FRONT ASSY, ST1 BOARD AND CA1 BOARD 1. Assy lens 2. Front assy 3. Screw 1.7x44. Flexible PWB 5. Spacer B 6. Remove the solder. 7. ST1 board 8. Three screws 1.4 x 3.5 9. CA1 board 10. Unit controlabc47When assembling, 2 tighten the screws order. a → b → c black red gray NOTE: Discharge a strobe capacitor with the discharge jig (VJ8-0188) for electric shock prevention. – 13 –, 2-3. REMOVAL OF CABINET RIGHT, LCD AND VF1 BOARD 27 14 21 12 11 1. Button power 10. Four screws 1.4 x 2.5 2. Two screws 1.7 x 2.5 11. Cover LCD back 3. Spring button 12. Assy wire VF1 & TB1 5 4. Button LCD 13. Assy wire VF1 & CP1 5. Screw 1.7x314. Unit sw FPC 6. Cover joint base 7. Screw 1.7 x 2.5 8. Holder joint 9. Cabinet right 15. Cover LCD front 16. FPC 17. Remove the solder. 7 18. LCD 8 19. Holder monitor 20. Two screws 1.7 x 2.5 21. Holder mic 22. Two microphones 23. VF1 board 1 24. Two screws 1.7x23425. Assy joint 26. Screw 1.4x227. Unit sw FPC – 14 –, 2-4. BOARD LOCATION CA1 board VF1 board ST1 board TB1 board CP1 board – 15 –, 3. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT 3-1. Table for Servicing Tools 3-4. Setup 1. System requirements Ref. No. Name Number Part code Windows 98 or Me or 2000 or XP J-1 Pattern box (color viewer) 1 VJ8-0190 IBM R -compatible PC with pentium processor CD-ROM drive J-2 Calibration software 1 VJ8-0263 3.5-inch high-density diskette drive J-3 Chroma meter 1 VJ8-0192 USB port J-4 Spare lump 1 VJ8-0191 40 MB RAM J-5 Discharge jig 1 VJ8-0188 Hard disk drive with at least 15 MB available J-6 Collimator 1 VJ8-0260 VGA or SVGA monitor with at least 256-color display Note: J-1 Pattern box (color viewer) is 100 - 110 VAC only. 2. Installing calibration software 1. Insert the calibration software installation diskette into your

J-1 J-2 diskette drive.

2. Open the explorer. 3. Copy the DscCalDI_150 folder on the floppy disk in the FD drive to a folder on the hard disk. 3. Installing USB driver Install the USB driver with camera or connection kit for PC. 4. Pattern box (color viewer) Turn on the switch and wait for 30 minutes for aging to take

J-3 J-4 place before using Color Pure. It is used after adjusting the

chroma meter (VJ8-0192) adjust color temperature to 3100 ± 20 K and luminosity to 900 ± 20 cd/m2. Be careful of handling the lump and its circumference are high temperature during use and after power off for a while. 5. Computer screen during adjustment Calibration Upload LCD

J-5 AWB Firmware RGB Odd RGB Even VCOMPP(LOW)

Focus Data RGB Gain VCOMDC VCOMPP(HI) UV Matrix Cal Mode PAF Cal. Tint Phase OK Hall Cal. EVF VCO Cal Data H AFC TestLCD Type

OK

Setting Language USB storage Get VID Set Serial Set Video Mode Set PID Set Rev. Set 3-2. Equipment Backrush pulse : Get Set Factory Code 1. Oscilloscope 2. Digital voltmeter 3. AC adaptor 4. PC (IBM R -compatible PC, Pentium processor, Window 98 or Me or 2000 or XP) 3-3. Adjustment Items and Order 1. IC501 Oscillation Frequency Adjustment 2. Lens Adjustment 3. AWB Adjustment 4. CCD White Point Defect Detect Adjustment 5. CCD Black Point And White Point Defect Detect Adjust- ment In Lighted Note: Item 2-5 adjustments should be carried out in sequence. – 16 –, 3-5. Connecting the camera to the computer 1. Line up the arrow on the cable connector with the notch on the camera's USB port. Insert the connector. 2. Locate a USB port on your computer. 3. Insert the AC adaptor’s cable to DC jack. 4. If “USB CONNECTION” is displayed, choose the “CARD READER”, and press the SET button. NOTE: Discharge a strobe capacitor with the discharge jig (VJ8-0188) for electric shock prevention. AC adaptor USB cable To USB port – 17 –, 3-6. The adjustment item which in necessary in part exchange CCD Black IC501 CCD White Point And White Oscillation Lens USB storageAWB Point Defect Point Defect Factory Language Frequency Cord information Reset Adjustment Adjustment Detect Detect Setting Setting Adjustment Adjustment Adjustment In Setting registration Lighted COMPL PWB CP-1 (636 092 2068) COMPL PWB TB-1 (636 092 2082) COMPL PWB ST-1 (636 092 2129) COMPL PWB VF-1 (636 092 2150) COMPL PWB CA-1 (636 091 5640) LENS ASSY (636 072 1205) : Be sure to carry out the necessary adjustments after replacing the unit. : Adjustment is possible from the menu setting screen of the camera and by using the calibration software. 3-7. Adjust Specifications Adjustment method: 1. Adjust with VR501 to 796.5 ± 1 kHz. [CP1 board (Side B)] 2. Lens Adjustment CL501 VR501 Camera Collimator Note: 1. Frequency adjustment is necessary to repair in the CP1 board and replace the parts. Preparation: Preparation: 1. Remove the cabinet left. You can see VR501 and CL501 POWER switch: ON in the CP1 board. If using a ready-made collimator, set to infinity. 2. Insert the SD card. Note: 3. Set the main switch to the REC. Do not vibrate during the adjustment. 4. Press the power button, and comfirm that the through im- Adjustment method: age from CCD can be seen in the LCD. 1. Set the camera 0 cm from the collimator. (Do not enter any light.) 1. IC501 Oscillation Frequency Adjustment 2. Set the camera so that it becomes center of the screen in the collimator. Measuring Point CL501 3. Double-click on the DscCalDi.exe. Measuring Equipment Frequency counter 4. Click the Focus, and click the Yes. ADJ. Location VR501 5. Lens adjustment value will appear on the screen. 6. Click the OK. ADJ. Value 796.5 ± 1 kHz – 18 –, DscCalDi x Dsc Calibration x Focus Result AWB Result: OK ! 1: STD_AFPOS=1896 AGC=187,356,525,694,863 Copy FOCUS=-4,0,-9,-116 3F_AGC=1,2 ADJ_PZPOS=15 WB=276,516,678 CHECK=128,128,141 OK WB_ND=275, 515, 691 CHECK_ND=128, 128, 142 IRIS_GAIN: 52 Adjustment value determination is effectuated using the "STD IRIS_OFFSET: 153 AFPOS" and "FOCUS" values. MS=1705,2101,2378,2934 IRIS=171,156,137,116,109 If FOCUS=focus1, focus2, focus3, focus4 and the adjustment values fulfill the conditions below, they are determined as within IRIS=0 specifications. Adjustment value determination 1800<=STD_AFPOS<2000 -40<=focus1<=+40, -50s2>s3>s4>s5 0<=g<=255 Pattern box 0<=o<=255 (color viewer) Adjustment values other than the above are irrelevant. 4. CCD White Point Defect Detect Adjustment Preparation: Preparation: POWER switch: ON POWER switch: ON Adjusting method: Adjustment method: 1. When setting the camera in place, set it to an angle so that 1. Double-click on the DscCalDi.exe. nothing appears in any part of the color viewer except the 2. Select “CCD Defect” on the LCD “Test”, and click the “Yes”. white section. (Do not enter any light.) 3. After the adjustment is completed, OK will display. 2. Double-click on the DscCalDi.exe. 4. Click the OK. 3. Click the AWB, and click the Yes. 4. AWB adjustment value will appear on the screen. 5. Click the OK. – 19 –, 5. CCD Black Point And White Point Defect Detect 3-8. Factory Code Setting

Adjustment In Lighted 1. Check the "Factory Code" display within the Setting group.

2. For U.S.A., Canada and NTSC general area If "FC_SANYO_U" does not appear, click on the " " mark located on the right of the "Factory Code" display BOX and select "FC_SANYO_U". 3. For Europe and PAL general area If "FC_SANYO_EX" does not appear, click on the " " mark located on the right of the "Factory Code" display BOX and select "FC_SANYO_EX". 3-9. Language Setting 1. Click on the " " mark located on the right of the "Language" display BOX. 2. Select language. (Default is English.) Camera 3. End "DscCal" and remove the camera before turning the camera power OFF. Pattern box (color viewer) Calibration Upload LCD AWB Firmware RGB Odd RGB Even VCOMPP(LOW) Focus Preparation: Data RGB Gain VCOMDC VCOMPP(HI) POWER switch: ON UV Matrix Cal Mode Setting of pattern box: PAF Cal. Tint Phase OK Hall Cal. Color temperature: 3100 ± 20 (K) EVF VCOCal Data H AFC TestLCD Type Luminance: 900 ± 20 (cd/m2) OK Adjusting method: Setting Language 1. Set the camera 0 cm from the pattern box. (Do not enter USB storage any light.) Get VID Set Serial Set Video Mode 2. Double-click on the DscCalDi.exe. Set PID Set Rev. Set Factory Code 3. Select “CCD Black” on the LCD “Test”, and click the “Yes”. Backrush pulse : Get Set 4. After the adjustment is completed, the number of defect will appear. 3-10. Reset Setting

Carry out reset settings after replacing CP1 board.

1. Turn on the camera. 2. Press the MENU button. 3. Choose the OPTION. 4. Choose the RESET SETTINGS, and press the SET button. 5. Select Yes, and press the SET button. 3-11. The Compulsive boot starting method 1. Keep MENU button, SET button, and SHUTTER button de- pressed while switching on the power. 2. Connect the camera and the computer with USB cable. – 20 –, 3-12. Firmware uploading procedure 1. Uploading the firmware should be carried out if the version number (COMPL PWB XX-X) on the replacement circuit board is lower than the version of the distributed firmware. For XX-X, enter the name of the circuit board containing the firmware. 2. The firmware is distributed by e-mail in self-extracting archive format. Change the extension of the distributed file to .EXE and save it in your preferred folder. 3. When you double-click the saved file, the firmware (binary file) will be saved in the same folder. 4. The firmware must not be distributed without permission. 1. Overwriting firmware from the SD card Preparation: SD card: SD card with firmware rewritten into the root direc- tory Data: S815Nxxx.BIN (xxx: version) Overwriting method: 1. Insert the above SD card. 2. Turn on the camera. 3. Set the main switch to the PLAY. 4. Press the MENU button. The playback setting screen ap- pears. 5. Choose the OPTION icon. 6. Choose the FORMAT. 7. Toggle the SET button to the left for 2 seconds. FIRMWARE UPDATE will display. 8. Choose YES. 9. Press the SET button. Update is starting. Note: Do not turn off the camera’s power or remove the SD card while the firmware is being updated. The power will turn on automatically after the update is com- plete. 2. Overwriting firmware from the calibration software Preparation: PC with overwriting firmware copied to the preferred folder in the HD. Data: S815Nxxx.BIN (xxx: version) Overwriting method: 1. Connect the camera’s USB/AV terminal to the computer’ USB connector. 2. The USB Connection screen appears on the camera’s LCD monitor. Choose the “CARD READER”, and press the SET button. 3. Double-click on the DscCalDi.exe. 4. Click the Firmware. 5. Choose the fimware file to use for overwriting, and click the Yes. 6. Update is starting. The message will appear, and choose OK. 7. After the update is complete, disconnect the USB cable and turn the camera’s power off. Note: Do not turn off the camera’s power while the firmware is be- ing updated. – 21 –, 4. 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 the USB storage data. Preparation: POWER switch: ON Adjustment method: 1. Connect the camera to a computer. (Refer to 3-5. Con- necting the camera to the computer on the page 17.) 2. Double-click on the DscCalDi.exe. 3. Click on the Get button in the USB storage window and check the USB storage data. VID: SANYO PID: C6 Serial: Rev. : 1.00 4. Check the “Serial” in the above USB storage data. If the displayed value is different from the serial number printed on the base of the camera, enter the number on the base of the camera. Then click the Set button. 5. Next, check VID, PID and Rev. entries in the USB storage data. If any of them are different from the values in 3. above, make the changes and then click the corresponding Set button. Calibration Upload LCD AWB Firmware RGB Odd RGB Even VCOMPP(LOW) Focus Data RGB Gain VCOMDC VCOMPP(HI) UV Matrix Cal Mode PAF Cal. Tint Phase OK Hall Cal. EVF VCO Cal Data H AFC TestLCD Type

OK

Setting Language USB storage Get VID Set Serial Set Video Mode Set PID Set Rev. Set Backrush pulse : Get Set Factory Code – 22 –, 5. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

POWER LOSS INOPERTIVE TAKING INOPERATIVE

PUSH THE POWER PUSH SHUTTER SW FOR A WHILE BUTTON IC301-43 YES IC301-30, 31 NO CHECK UNIT (SCAN OUT2) CHECK S3102 (SCAN IN 3, 4) CONTROL PANEL, PULSE INPUT PULSE INPUT D3112, D3111 NO YES IC501-18, 29 IC303-7 5.3 V NO CHECK TB1, IC955, LOW CHECK IC101, IC301,(P ON, PA ON) (BOOST 5.3 V) Q9562 PWA BLOCKIC503-1 (PA ON3) YES HIGH IC301-3, 9, 36, 59 LOW SERIAL NG CHECK IC301, CHECK IC302 (VDD) COMMUNICATION CP1 DMA BLOCK HIGH OK IC301-53 LOW CHECK CP1 DMA CHECK IC302, RB302 (RESET) BLOCK

HIGH

IC301-49 LOW CHECK RB302 (BAT OFF)

HIGH

IC301-58 NO CHECK X3001

OSCILLATION YES

IC301-55 NO CHECK X3002

OSCILLATION YES

CHECK IC301

NO PICTURE

IC101-264 NG MAIN CLOCK FOR SYSTEM OPERATION CHECK NO OPERATION IF ABSENT OSCILLATION CHECK X1102 OSCILLATOR

OK

INCORRECT HANDSHAKING IC301-64, 63 NG BETWEEN 8-BIT CPU AND ASIC (ASIC_SO, ASIC_SI) CHECK EACH INTERFACE

OK

CHECK SOLDERING OF MEMORY EACH PIN – 23 –, 6. PARTS LIST

ACCESSOEIES PACKING MATERIALS

LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION Note: Refer to table 6-1. 7001 636 092 3287 CARTON INNER-SX815/EX, 1 636 087 0017 STRAP -SX719/U EXCEPT VPC-C6, VPC-C6EXE 2 636 093 8458 CASE SOFT-SX815/J 7001 636 093 8465 CARTON INNER-SX815/EX4, VPC-C6EXE ONLY 3 636 087 4398 ASSY,CAP LENS-SX719/J, 7001 636 092 3270 CARTON INNER-SX815/U, VPC-C6 ONLY VPC-C6EXBK, VPC-C6EXR 7002 636 078 4659 CUSHION SHEET-SX792/KRNK 3 636 092 0842 ASSY,CAP LENS-SX815/J, 7003 636 094 2165 LABEL BLACK MODEL-815/EX3(TOP), EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK VPC-C6EXBK ONLY 4 645 083 4240 ADAPTOR,DOCKING STATION, 7003 636 094 2141 LABEL RED MODEL-SX815/EX2(TOP), EXCEPT VPC-C6E, VPC-C6EXE VPC-C6EXR ONLY 4 645 081 9988 ADAPTOR,DOCKING STATION, 7004 636 073 2087 LABEL CARTON BLACK 711EX2(SIDE), VPC-C6E, VPC-C6EXE VPC-C6EXBK ONLY 5 645 084 9398 CABLE,DSC A/V-SX815/J 7004 636 094 2158 LABEL CARTON RED-815/EX2(SIDE), 6 645 023 4958 CORE,CLUMP (Core for the cable of USB), VPC-C6EXR ONLY VPC-C6 ONLY 7005 636 092 3324 REINFORCE PAD-815/J (TOP) 7 645 075 2087 CABLE,DSC USB,SX719 7006 636 092 3317 REINFORCE PAD,A-815/J (BOTTOM) 8 645 079 8160 REMOCON,INFRARED, 9053 636 092 1801 INSTRUCTION MANUAL (CAMERA, SOFTWARE) EXCEPT VPC-C6, VPC-C6EX (English) 8 645 075 2070 REMOCON,INFRARED, VPC-C6, VPC-C6EX 9 645 057 1503 CORD,POWER-1.2MK, EXCEPT VPC-C6, VPC-C6E 9 645 080 8876 CORD,POWER-1.2MK, VPC-C6E ONLY 9 645 036 7434 CORD,POWER-1.2MK, VPC-C6E ONLY 9 645 076 0235 CORD,POWER-1.5MK, EXCEPT VPC-C6, VPC-C6E 9 645 076 0228 CORD,POWER-1.5MK, VPC-C6 ONLY 10 645 080 1846 ADAPTOR,AC-DC 11 645 081 9995 ADAPTOR,CABLE-SX815 12 645 063 5816 BATTERY,RECHARGE,LI-ION 13 645 081 9865 DISC,CD-ROM SSP 815 U(DISK 2) (N.S.P.) (SANYO softwerae pack) 13 645 081 9858 DISC,CD-ROM SSP 815 U1(DISK 1) (N.S.P.) (SANYO softwerae pack), ( INSTRUCTION MANUAL: English, German, French, Spanish, Itlian, Dutch, Russia, Chineese), 1234578910 11 12 6-1. Table of accessories,

CABINET AND CHASSIS PARTS 1

LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION 1 636 092 0682 CABINET LEFT-SX815/J, 27 636 092 5113 COMPL PWB,CP-1(F/W) EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 28 636 094 5791 SPACER_CP1SL_SX815 1 636 092 9289 CABINET LEFT-SX815/J2, VPC-C6EXR 29 636 094 5814 SHIELD_TAPE_CP1_SX815 1 636 092 9470 CABINET LEFT-SX815/J3, VPC-C6EXBK 30 636 083 0349 SPACER CP1-SX719/J 2 636 092 0811 DEC GRIP FRONT-SX815/J, 31 636 092 2082 COMPL PWB,TB-1 EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 32 636 092 0521 SPACER TB1-SX815/J 2 636 092 9432 DEC GRIP FRONT-SX815/J2, 33 636 092 0576 STAND-SX815/J, VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 3 636 089 5249 LABEL WEEE -SX719/EX, VPC-C6E, VPC-C6EXE 33 636 092 9296 STAND-SX815/J2, VPC-C6EXR ONLY 4 636 083 0059 COVER SPEAKER-SX719/J, VPC-C6EXBK ONLY 33 636 092 9487 STAND-SX815/J3, VPC-C6EXBK ONLY 4 636 086 3460 COVER SPEAKER-SX719/J2, 34 645 072 1205 LENS(ASSY) EXCEPT VPC-C6EXBK 35 645 081 9964 OPTICAL FILTER 5 636 083 0004 ADHESIVE COVER SP-SX719/J 36 636 082 8131 SPACER SX719 6 636 092 0712 HOLDER STRAP-SX815/J 37 636 092 3782 COMPL PWB,CA-1 SV-SX815 7 636 083 0424 SPACER LENZ LEFT-SX719/J 38 636 086 1374 SPACER CA1-SX719/J 8 636 083 0271 HOLDER STRAP INNER-SX719 39 645 081 7021 UNIT,CONTROL-SX815/J, 9 636 093 2692 SPACER CABI LEFT-SX815/J EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 10 636 082 5093 FLEXIBLE PWB SX719ST1-CP1 39 645 083 4288 UNIT,CONTROL-SX815/J2, 11 636 092 2129 COMPL PWB,ST-1 VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 12 636 072 3559 SPACER F CON-SX613/J 40 636 094 5807 SPACER_TB1B_SX815 13 636 083 0158 DEC FRONT-SX719/J, 101 412 067 5407 SP SCR HMPN1.7X5A NEW-R, EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 13 636 092 0798 DEC FRONT-SX815/J2, 101 412 070 1502 SP SCR HMPN1.7X5WP NEW-R, VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 14 636 092 0781 CABINET FRONT-SX815/J, 102 411 178 9403 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X4.0 EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 103 411 182 4609 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X4.5, 14 636 092 9401 CABINET FRONT-SX815/J2, EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK VPC-C6EXR VPC-C6EXBK 103 411 194 8305 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X4.5, VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 15 636 083 0172 DEC FLASH-SX719/J 104 411 175 5705 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X3, 16 645 075 0939 ASSY,LAMP-SX719 EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 17 636 086 1336 SPACER FLASH-SX719/J 104 411 194 8206 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X3, VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 18 636 094 8860 CABI FRONT INNER-SX815/J 105 412 064 3604 SPECIAL SCREW-1.7X2.5 19 636 083 0240 HOLDER CABI FRONT-SX719/J 106 411 177 6502 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X4 20 636 084 7361 SPACER FRONT INNER-SX719 107 411 018 0805 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X2 21 636 094 3674 SPACER B-SX815/J 108 411 175 5705 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X3 22 645 041 3131 PAD(L=9) 109 412 071 1105 SPECIAL SCREW-1.7X3, 23 636 094 5975 SPACER C-SX815/J VPC-C6EXBK, VPC-C6EXR 24 645 072 1779 SPEAKER,8 109 412 060 7903 SPECIAL SCREW-1.7X3.0, 25 636 083 0301 HOLDER SPEAKER-SX719/J EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 26 636 083 1063 SPACER SPEAKER-SX719/J 110 411 181 8707 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.4X3.5,

CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 1

36 35 26 28 25 27 108 32 40 31 102 30 19 24 108 18 102 14 107 13 22 7 23 102 16 21 20 6 17 15 5 106 101 10 12412SX815/J Parts List1,

CABINET AND CHASSIS PARTS 2

LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION 1 636 092 9319 ASSY,BUTTON POWER-815/J2, 27 636 092 0750 COVER JOINT BASE-SX815/J, VPC-C6EXR ONLY EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 1 636 092 9494 ASSY,BUTTON POWER-815/J3, 27 636 092 9395 COVER JOINT BASE-SX815/J2, VPC-C6EXBK IONLY VPC-C6EXR ONLY 1 636 092 0668 ASSY,BUTTON POWER-SX815/J, 27 636 092 9517 COVER JOINT BASE-SX815/J3, EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK VPC-C6EXBK ONLY 2 636 083 0226 HOLDER JOINT-SX719/J 28 645 072 1854 UNIT,SW FPC-SX719 3 636 083 0462 SPRING BUTTON-SX719/J 29 636 081 4554 SPACER JOINT-SX718/J 4 636 083 0479 SPRING BATT EJECT-SX719/J 30 636 092 0774 COVER JOINT-SX815/J 5 636 092 0569 CABINET RIGHT-SX815/J, 31 636 082 9718 ASSY,JOINT-SX719/J EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 32 - - - - - - - - - - DO NOT USE 5 636 092 9272 CABINET RIGHT-SX815/J2, VPC-C6EXR ONLY 33 636 092 1320 ASSY,WIRE VF1&TB1-SX815/J 5 636 092 9463 CABINET RIGHT-SX815/J3, VPC-C6EXBK ONLY 34 636 095 0702 ASSY,WIRE VF1&CP1-SX815 6 636 092 6615 SHIELD TAPE FRONT-SX719/U, 35 636 084 0713 DEC LCD TOP-SX719/J EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 36 636 092 0736 COVER LCD BACK-SX815/J, 7 636 087 0055 BUTTON LCD-SX719/U4, VPC-C6EXBK ONLY EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 7 636 092 0804 BUTTON LCD-SX815/J, 36 636 092 9388 COVER LCD BACK-SX815/J2, VPC-C6EXR ONLY EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 36 636 092 9500 COVER LCD BACK-SX815/J3, VPC-C6EXBK ONLY 7 636 092 9371 BUTTON LCD-SX815/J2, VPC-C6EXR ONLY 37 636 086 1343 SPACER MIC-SX719/J 8 636 083 8482 SPRING LEVER BAT-SX719/J 38 636 083 0295 HOLDER MIC-SX719/J 9 636 083 0318 LEVER BATT LOCK-SX719/J 39 645 072 6613 MICROPHONE 10 636 083 0448 SHAFT COVER BATT-SX719/J 40 636 083 0332 SPACER VF2-SX719/J 11 636 083 0486 SPRING COVER BATT-SX719/J 41 636 092 2150 COMPL PWB,VF-1 12 636 083 0264 HOLDER COVER BATT-SX719/J 42 636 092 0514 SPACER VF3-SX815/J 13 636 092 0828 COVER BATTERY-SX815/J, 43 636 083 0325 SPACER VF-SX719/J EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 44 636 086 5532 SPACER LCD-SX719/J 13 636 092 9418 COVER BATTERY-SX815/J2, VPC-C6EXR ONLY 45 636 083 0233 HOLDER MONITOR-SX719/J 13 636 092 9524 COVER BATTERY-SX815/J3, VPC-C6EXBK ONLY 46 636 083 6877 ASSY,WIRE JW171&LCD-SX719 14 636 086 3736 SPACER LENZ RIGHT-SX719/J 47 636 083 6884 ASSY,WIRE JW171&LCD-SX719 15 636 094 3698 SHIELD TAPE B-SX815/J 48 645 069 2505 LCD(ALR266FGX00) 16 636 094 5180 SHIELD TAPE C-SX815/J 49 636 083 0387 SPACER FPC LCD-SX719/J 17 645 060 3822 PAD(L=3) 50 636 083 0110 COVER LCD FRONT-SX719/J 18 636 094 3667 SPACER A-SX815/J 111 411 176 1003 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X2.5 19 636 083 0189 DEC LCD-SX719/J 112 412 060 9501 SPECIAL SCREW-1.7X2.5 20 636 086 3453 ADHESIVE RIGHT-SX719/J 113 411 018 2304 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X3, 21 636 084 3349 DEC RIGHT2-SX719/J EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 22 636 092 0835 DEC RIGHT-SX815/J, 113 411 193 1901 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X3.0, VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 114 411 184 0005 SCR PAN PCS 1.7X2.0 22 636 092 9425 DEC RIGHT-SX815/J2, VPC-C6EXR ONLY 115 411 181 2705 SCR PAN PCS-1.4X2 22 636 092 9531 DEC RIGHT-SX815/J3, VPC-C6EXBK ONLY 116 412 065 5003 SPECIAL SCREW-1.4X2.5, 23 636 083 0363 SPACER CABI RIGHT-SX719/J EXCEPT VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 24 636 094 4718 SPACER JOINT INNER-815/J 116 412 071 1006 SPECIAL SCREW-1.4X2.5, 25 636 092 0767 COVER JOINT INNER-SX815/J VPC-C6EXR, VPC-C6EXBK 26 636 082 9992 ADHESIVE INNER JOINT-SX71,

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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-SOLID 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 POS-SOLID Polymerized Organic Semiconductor 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,CP-1(F/W) D3002 407 210 1900 DIODE 1SS400

636 092 5113 OR 407 226 4803 DIODE BAS516 D5004 407 210 5403 DIODE RB551V-30 (VARISTORS) D5007 407 246 3602 DIODE RB055LA-40 VA101 408 050 0504 VARISTOR AVR-M1005C080MT D5008 407 210 5403 DIODE RB551V-30 VA102 408 050 0504 VARISTOR AVR-M1005C080MT D5209 407 210 1108 ZENER DIODE UDZS7.5B VA301 408 050 0504 VARISTOR AVR-M1005C080MT (OSCILLATORS) VA302 408 050 0504 VARISTOR AVR-M1005C080MT X1102 645 069 4967 OSC,CRYSTAL 48.00000MHZ (SEMICONDUCTORS) X3001 645 046 1415 OSC,CERAMIC 4.00MHZ Q1301 405 167 0403 TR EMD12 X3002 645 054 3791 OSC,CRYSTAL 32.768KHZ Q1302 405 165 1204 TR EMD2 (VARIABLE RESISTOR) OR 405 181 1400 TR NSBC124EPDXV6T5 VR501 645 046 8582 VR,SEMI,4.7K S OR 405 173 3801 TR PEMD2 (INDUCTORS) Q1303 405 208 3905 TR EMB11 L1001 645 059 8111 IMPEDANCE,1000 OHM P Q1402 405 168 3809 TR DTA144EM L1002 645 059 8111 IMPEDANCE,1000 OHM P OR 405 172 4908 TR UNR31A3 L1003 645 059 8111 IMPEDANCE,1000 OHM P Q1403 405 167 0403 TR EMD12 L1004 645 059 8111 IMPEDANCE,1000 OHM P Q1501 405 166 9605 TR EMT1 L1005 645 059 8111 IMPEDANCE,1000 OHM P Q3002 405 208 3905 TR EMB11 L1006 645 059 8111 IMPEDANCE,1000 OHM P Q3003 405 172 4700 TR UNR32A3 L1007 645 020 1912 INDUCTOR,240 OHM OR 405 168 3700 TR DTC144EM L1008 645 020 1912 INDUCTOR,240 OHM Q3004 405 196 0207 TR PDTC123EE L1009 645 079 1659 IMPEDANCE,120 OHM P OR 405 115 6709 TR DTC123EE L1010 645 053 5437 IMPEDANCE,240 OHM P Q3005 405 186 7308 TR UP04213 00 L1011 645 079 1628 IMPEDANCE,47 OHM P OR 405 181 1202 TR NSBC144EDXV6T5 L1012 645 079 1628 IMPEDANCE,47 OHM P OR 405 173 4006 TR PEMH2 L1302 645 078 8246 IMPEDANCE,65 OHM - OR 405 166 9506 TR EMH2 L5001 645 067 2378 INDUCTOR,10U M Q3006 405 200 9004 TR EML17 L5002 645 061 7416 INDUCTOR,47U M Q5001 405 178 6807 TR MCH5809-TL-E L5004 645 072 3681 INDUCTOR,2.4U N Q5002 405 165 1204 TR EMD2 L5005 645 067 2378 INDUCTOR,10U M Q5003 405 182 9009 TR EMF18 L5006 645 067 2378 INDUCTOR,10U M Q5004 405 202 1303 TR MCH5812-E L5007 645 067 2354 INDUCTOR,10U M Q5005 405 165 1204 TR EMD2 L5011 645 041 1977 INDUCTOR,330 OHM Q5006 405 210 5409 TR US5U29 L5014 645 081 7410 INDUCTOR,2.0U N Q5204 405 212 7500 TR RTL030P02 (CAPACITORS) Q5205 405 184 6006 TR UP03396 C1001 403 392 5002 CERAMIC 22U M 6.3V Q5206 405 206 7707 TR SI3473DV-E3 C1002 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V (INTEGRATED CIRCUITS) C1003 403 392 5002 CERAMIC 22U M 6.3V IC101 410 589 5103 IC KS755U2466CMP BGA (N.S.P.) C1004 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V IC102 410 577 7706 IC MBG124PBS-ME1 BGA (N.S.P.) C1005 403 276 1304 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V IC121 409 647 9702 IC S29PL032J60BFI120 BGA (N.S.P.) C1006 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V IC151 409 621 4709 IC LA73076V-TLM-E C1008 403 294 6107 CERAMIC 100P J 50V IC301 410 598 3602 IC LC87F5932AUTQ7-TBM-E C1009 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V OR 410 581 7709 IC LC87F5932AU-TQFP7-E C1010 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V IC303 409 582 6200 IC BD4289FVM C1011 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V IC501 409 578 6504 IC MAX1567ETL+ C1014 403 373 5908 CERAMIC 1000P K 16V IC503 409 523 0502 IC TK11134CSCL C1015 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V IC524 409 629 4008 IC LTC4053EDD-4.2PBF C1016 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V (DIODES) C1017 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V D1305 407 210 1900 DIODE 1SS400 C1018 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V OR 407 226 4803 DIODE BAS516 C1019 403 382 3803 CERAMIC 0.01U K 10V, LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION C1020 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V C5045 403 420 7503 CERAMIC 4.7U K 16V C1021 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V C5047 403 380 6608 CERAMIC 0.22U K 6.3V C1022 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V C5048 403 383 5004 CERAMIC 1U K 16V C1023 403 382 3803 CERAMIC 0.01U K 10V C5049 403 420 7503 CERAMIC 4.7U K 16V C1025 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V C5202 403 372 7507 CERAMIC 2.2U K 6.3V C1026 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V C5204 403 341 7002 CERAMIC 0.068U K 10V C1029 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V (RESISTOR PACKS) C1030 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V RB102 645 061 3685 R-NETWORK 220X2 1/16W C1031 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V RB108 645 072 8853 R-NETWORK 150X4 1/16W C1032 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V RB109 645 072 8853 R-NETWORK 150X4 1/16W C1033 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V RB110 645 072 8853 R-NETWORK 150X4 1/16W C1034 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V RB143 645 028 0719 R-NETWORK 10KX4 1/32W C1042 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V RB301 645 028 0719 R-NETWORK 10KX4 1/32W C1043 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V RB302 645 061 3678 R-NETWORK 100KX2 1/16W C1044 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V RB304 645 068 6405 R-NETWORK 150KX2 1/16W C1045 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V RB305 645 032 8886 R-NETWORK 47KX4 1/32W C1046 403 343 8700 CERAMIC 1U M 12V RB306 645 032 8886 R-NETWORK 47KX4 1/32W C1048 403 282 5105 CERAMIC 470P K 50V RB307 645 032 8886 R-NETWORK 47KX4 1/32W C1050 403 343 8700 CERAMIC 1U M 12V RB308 645 028 0702 R-NETWORK 1KX4 1/32W C1051 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V RB309 645 028 0702 R-NETWORK 1KX4 1/32W C1052 403 383 5202 CERAMIC 4.7U K 6.3V RB310 645 028 0696 R-NETWORK 100X4 1/32W C1054 403 343 8700 CERAMIC 1U M 12V (RESISTORS) C1111 403 314 6407 CERAMIC 7P D 50V R1001 401 228 4502 MT-GLAZE 2.2 JA 1/16W C1112 403 314 6407 CERAMIC 7P D 50V R1002 401 203 3803 MT-GLAZE 1 JA 1/16W C1201 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V R1005 401 225 1900 MT-GLAZE 68 JA 1/16W C1202 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V R1006 401 262 1802 MT-GLAZE 3.6K DC 1/16W C1303 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V R1007 401 262 2304 MT-GLAZE 1.0K DC 1/16W C1401 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V R1008 401 269 3908 MT-GLAZE 4.7K DC 1/16W C1403 403 276 1908 CERAMIC 22P J 50V R1009 401 302 2301 MT-GLAZE 47 JA 1/20W C1502 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V R1011 401 262 2304 MT-GLAZE 1.0K DC 1/16W C1504 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V R1012 401 308 3302 MT-GLAZE 68 JA 1/20W C1505 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V R1013 401 262 1307 MT-GLAZE 2.4K DC 1/16W C1506 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V R1014 401 258 6606 MT-GLAZE 10K DC 1/16W C1507 403 383 5202 CERAMIC 4.7U K 6.3V R1016 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W C1508 403 377 8905 CERAMIC 2.2U K 6.3V R1017 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W C1509 403 383 5202 CERAMIC 4.7U K 6.3V R1018 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W C1901 403 383 5202 CERAMIC 4.7U K 6.3V R1019 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W C1902 403 383 5202 CERAMIC 4.7U K 6.3V R1020 401 307 1101 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/20W C2801 403 373 5908 CERAMIC 1000P K 16V R1021 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C3002 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V R1023 401 224 8801 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W C3003 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V R1024 401 307 1101 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/20W C3005 403 322 1005 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1025 401 307 1101 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/20W C3006 403 322 1005 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1026 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W C3008 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V R1027 401 308 3302 MT-GLAZE 68 JA 1/20W C3010 403 420 7206 CERAMIC 10U K 10V R1028 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W C3011 403 382 3902 CERAMIC 0.1U K 6.3V R1031 401 317 8602 MT-GLAZE 1.5K DC 1/20W C3013 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V R1032 401 301 1602 MT-GLAZE 39 DD 1/16W C3014 403 317 2307 CERAMIC 20P J 50V R1033 401 301 1602 MT-GLAZE 39 DD 1/16W C3015 403 317 2307 CERAMIC 20P J 50V R1034 401 326 5708 MT-GLAZE 30K JA 1/20W C3016 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V R1035 401 321 1606 MT-GLAZE 15K DC 1/20W C3017 403 373 5908 CERAMIC 1000P K 16V R1038 401 283 7104 MT-GLAZE 100 DC 1/16W C3018 403 373 5908 CERAMIC 1000P K 16V R1039 401 302 1304 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/20W C5001 403 279 5101 CERAMIC 3300P K 50V R1041 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W C5002 403 371 8901 CERAMIC 10U M 6.3V R1042 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W C5003 403 279 5002 CERAMIC 4700P K 25V R1044 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W C5004 403 279 5101 CERAMIC 3300P K 50V R1045 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W C5006 403 279 5002 CERAMIC 4700P K 25V R1046 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W C5007 403 320 0604 CERAMIC 220P J 25V R1047 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W C5009 403 279 5101 CERAMIC 3300P K 50V R1051 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C5010 403 419 0102 CERAMIC 0.15U K 10V R1052 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C5011 403 371 8901 CERAMIC 10U M 6.3V R1054 401 226 5402 MT-GLAZE 56 JA 1/16W C5012 403 392 5002 CERAMIC 22U M 6.3V R1055 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C5013 403 392 5002 CERAMIC 22U M 6.3V R1056 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C5014 403 392 5002 CERAMIC 22U M 6.3V R1057 401 224 9709 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/16W C5015 403 392 5002 CERAMIC 22U M 6.3V R1061 401 302 1205 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/20W C5017 403 279 5101 CERAMIC 3300P K 50V R1062 401 302 1205 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/20W C5021 403 294 6107 CERAMIC 100P J 50V R1066 401 302 1205 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/20W C5022 403 294 6107 CERAMIC 100P J 50V R1071 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W C5027 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V R1072 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W C5033 403 371 8901 CERAMIC 10U M 6.3V R1073 401 308 3401 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/20W C5034 403 372 7507 CERAMIC 2.2U K 6.3V R1074 401 308 3401 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/20W C5035 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V R1112 401 304 5003 MT-GLAZE 470 JA 1/20W C5036 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V R1114 401 224 9402 MT-GLAZE 1.0M JA 1/16W C5037 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V R1201 401 306 7807 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/20W C5038 403 343 3101 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V R1432 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W C5041 403 371 8901 CERAMIC 10U M 6.3V R1435 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W C5042 403 408 5507 CERAMIC 2.2U K 16V R1437 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W, LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION R1501 401 307 1705 MT-GLAZE 22K JA 1/20W CN141 645 069 7548 SOCKET,CARD(SD) 1(N.S.P) R1502 401 286 4407 MT-GLAZE 240 DC 1/16W CN501 645 072 1823 TERMINAL,3P-SX719 R1503 401 286 4407 MT-GLAZE 240 DC 1/16W R1504 401 302 1700 MT-GLAZE 1.5K JA 1/20W R1505 401 302 1700 MT-GLAZE 1.5K JA 1/20W COMPL PWB,CA-1 SV-SX815 R1506 401 317 7407 MT-GLAZE 68 DD 1/20W 636 092 3782 R1510 401 321 1903 MT-GLAZE 75 DD 1/20W R3001 401 235 1402 MT-GALZE 1.2K JA 1/16W (SEMICONDUCTOR) R3002 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W Q9001 405 212 7807 TR UP05C8G (N.S.P.) R3003 401 307 1101 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/20W (INTEGRATED CIRCUITS) R3004 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W IC901 409 645 9902 IC AN20112A (N.S.P.) R3005 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W IC904 409 505 9400 IC TK11130CS (N.S.P.) R3006 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W IC905 409 641 4604 IC AD9996BBCZ BGA (N.S.P.) R3007 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W (DIODES) R3008 401 307 1101 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/20W D9001 407 223 5506 DIODE MA2Z720 (N.S.P.) R3010 401 307 1606 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/20W D9002 407 210 1900 DIODE 1SS400 (N.S.P.) R3011 401 302 2103 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/20W OR 407 226 4803 DIODE BAS516 (N.S.P.) R3012 401 302 1700 MT-GLAZE 1.5K JA 1/20W D9003 407 223 5506 DIODE MA2Z720 (N.S.P.) R3013 401 310 6407 MT-GLAZE 330K JA 1/20W D9004 407 223 5506 DIODE MA2Z720 (N.S.P.) R3014 401 262 0607 MT-GLAZE 22K DC 1/16W (INDUCTORS) R3016 401 308 3401 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/20W L9001 645 059 8111 IMPEDANCE,1000 OHM P (N.S.P.) R3052 401 307 1101 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/20W L9002 645 053 5383 IMPEDANCE,120 OHM P (N.S.P.) R3054 401 313 4806 MT-GLAZE 200 JA 1/20W L9003 645 053 5383 IMPEDANCE,120 OHM P (N.S.P.) R3055 401 327 0504 MT-GLAZE 680K JA 1/20W (CAPACITORS) R3056 401 302 2103 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/20W CB901 403 392 5507 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V (N.S.P.) R3057 401 302 2004 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/20W CB902 403 391 4303 CERAMIC 0.1U K 16V (N.S.P.) R3065 401 307 1606 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/20W CB903 403 391 4303 CERAMIC 0.1U K 16V (N.S.P.) R5001 401 257 4009 MT-GLAZE 68K DC 1/16W C9003 403 420 7206 CERAMIC 10U K 10V (N.S.P.) R5002 401 262 0706 MT-GLAZE 39K DC 1/16W C9004 403 342 3300 CERAMIC 0.1U K 25V (N.S.P.) R5003 401 262 8801 MT-GLAZE 51K DC 1/16W C9005 403 391 0800 CERAMIC 1U K 25V (N.S.P.) R5004 401 258 0406 MT-GLAZE 120K DC 1/16W C9006 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V (N.S.P.) R5005 401 290 2505 MT-GLAZE 13K DC 1/16W C9010 403 433 4100 TA-SOLID 22U M 10V (N.S.P.) R5006 401 262 2304 MT-GLAZE 1.0K DC 1/16W C9011 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V (N.S.P.) R5010 401 257 4009 MT-GLAZE 68K DC 1/16W C9012 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V (N.S.P.) R5012 401 331 2204 MT-GLAZE 22K DA 1/20W C9013 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V (N.S.P.) R5013 401 290 2505 MT-GLAZE 13K DC 1/16W C9014 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V (N.S.P.) R5014 401 290 1300 MT-GLAZE 750 DC 1/16W C9015 403 329 6508 TA-SOLID 10U M 6.3V (N.S.P.) R5015 401 284 5802 MT-GLAZE 16K DC 1/16W C9016 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V (N.S.P.) R5016 401 257 4009 MT-GLAZE 68K DC 1/16W C9017 403 433 4100 TA-SOLID 22U M 10V (N.S.P.) R5017 401 312 5903 MT-GLAZE 76.8K DC 1/16W C9018 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V (N.S.P.) R5019 401 262 0904 MT-GLAZE 27K DC 1/16W C9019 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V (N.S.P.) R5020 401 263 2006 MT-GLAZE 8.2K DC 1/16W C9022 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V (N.S.P.) R5021 401 262 2106 MT-GLAZE 680 DC 1/16W C9025 403 323 4302 CERAMIC 0.15U K 25V (N.S.P.) R5022 401 267 0909 MT-GLAZE 150 DC 1/16W C9026 403 155 1807 CERAMIC 0.01U K 25V (N.S.P.) R5023 401 262 0607 MT-GLAZE 22K DC 1/16W C9027 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V (N.S.P.) R5025 401 262 1109 MT-GLAZE 47K DC 1/16W C9028 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V (N.S.P.) R5026 401 290 2703 MT-GLAZE 3K DC 1/16W C9029 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V (N.S.P.) R5027 401 262 5602 MT-GLAZE 56K DC 1/16W C9030 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V (N.S.P.) R5029 401 331 4000 MT-GLAZE 120K DA 1/20W C9031 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V (N.S.P.) R5035 401 262 8900 MT-GLAZE 62K DC 1/16W C9032 403 340 6907 CERAMIC 1U K 16V (N.S.P.) R5036 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W C9033 403 343 8700 CERAMIC 1U M 12V (N.S.P.) R5037 401 304 1203 MT-GLAZE 75K DC 1/16W C9034 403 395 0905 CERAMIC 1U M 25V (N.S.P.) R5038 401 331 5007 MT-GLAZE 330K DA 1/20W C9035 403 281 5007 CERAMIC 0.033U K 25V (N.S.P.) R5051 401 257 4009 MT-GLAZE 68K DC 1/16W C9037 403 323 6306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 16V (N.S.P.) R5052 401 258 0406 MT-GLAZE 120K DC 1/16W (RESISTOR PACKS) R5053 401 290 2505 MT-GLAZE 13K DC 1/16W RB901 645 028 0696 R-NETWORK 100X4 1/32W (N.S.P.) R5054 401 262 2205 MT-GLAZE 820 DC 1/16W RB902 645 028 0696 R-NETWORK 100X4 1/32W (N.S.P.) R5055 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W RB903 645 028 0696 R-NETWORK 100X4 1/32W (N.S.P.) R5058 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W (RESISTORS) R5203 401 262 1307 MT-GLAZE 2.4K DC 1/16W R9001 401 225 1801 MT-GLAZE 47 JA 1/16W (N.S.P.) R5207 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R9002 401 240 9509 MT-GLAZE 820 JA 1/16W (N.S.P.) R5208 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R9003 401 235 1402 MT-GALZE 1.2K JA 1/16W (N.S.P.) R5219 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R9008 401 225 0903 MT-GLAZE 82K JA 1/16W (N.S.P.) (THERMISTOR) R9017 401 240 9103 MT-GLAZE 5.6 JA 1/16W (N.S.P.) TH191 408 054 7707 TH NCP15WF104F03-RC R9018 401 225 1801 MT-GLAZE 47 JA 1/16W (N.S.P.) (FUSES) R9025 401 240 9103 MT-GLAZE 5.6 JA 1/16W (N.S.P.) F5001 423 031 8508 FUSE 24V 2.5A R9026 401 240 9103 MT-GLAZE 5.6 JA 1/16W (N.S.P.) F5002 423 031 8508 FUSE 24V 2.5A R9027 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W (N.S.P.) F5003 423 031 5606 FUSE 32V 2A R9029 401 240 9509 MT-GLAZE 820 JA 1/16W (N.S.P.) F5004 423 031 5606 FUSE 32V 2A R9030 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W (N.S.P.) F5005 423 031 5606 FUSE 32V 2A R9031 401 224 9402 MT-GLAZE 1.0M JA 1/16W (N.S.P.) (CONNECTORS) R9032 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W (N.S.P.) CN102 645 077 0104 PLUG,PWB-PWB 40P (N.S.P) R9034 401 224 9808 MT-GLAZE 220K JA 1/16W (N.S.P.) CN103 645 072 1786 PLUG,PWB-PWB 60P (N.S.P) R9035 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W (N.S.P.) CN105 645 067 6734 SOCKET,15P(SX613)(N.S.P) R9042 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W (N.S.P.) CN106 645 068 9673 PLUG,PWB-WIRE 20P(N.S.P) R9043 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W (N.S.P.) CN108 645 083 6671 SOCKET,FPC 12P (N.S.P), LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION (CONNECTOR) C9722 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V CN901 645 077 0111 SOCKET,PWB-PWB 40(N.S.P) (RESISTOR PACKS) (MISCELLANEOUS) RB181 645 061 3722 R-NETWORK 47KX2 1/16W 409 645 1302 IC MN39830PMJ-A (N.S.P.) RB182 645 064 1510 R-NETWORK 2.2KX2 1/16W 636 083 4989 MOUNTING,LENS SX719 (N.S.P.) RB183 645 061 3630 R-NETWORK 0X2 1/16W 636 094 9546 SPACER INSULATOR SX815 (N.S.P.) RB187 645 061 3722 R-NETWORK 47KX2 1/16W RB971 645 061 3708 R-NETWORK 33KX2 1/16W RB972 645 032 8886 R-NETWORK 47KX4 1/32W

COMPL PWB,TB-1 RB975 645 064 1664 R-NETWORK 56KX2 1/16W

636 092 2082 (RESISTORS) R1831 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W (VARISTORS) R1836 401 225 8107 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/16W VA181 408 050 0504 VARISTOR AVR-M1005C080MT R1837 401 237 6702 MT-GLAZE 300 JA 1/16W VA182 408 050 0504 VARISTOR AVR-M1005C080MT R1894 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W VA311 408 050 0504 VARISTOR AVR-M1005C080MT R1895 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W (SEMICONDUCTORS) R1896 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W Q9561 405 165 1204 TR EMD2 R1897 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W Q9562 405 208 8603 TR FDC633N-NF R3101 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W Q9702 405 182 8507 TR EMH16 R3102 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W (INTEGRATED CIRCUITS) R3103 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W IC181 409 641 9401 IC WM8978GEFL R3163 401 263 2303 MT-GLAZE 750 JA 1/16W IC187 409 505 9400 IC TK11130CS R3164 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W IC951 409 652 2507 IC AN41921A-VB R9501 401 337 9108 MT-FILM 2.7 FD 1/6W IC955 409 526 4002 IC XC9104D095M R9502 401 337 9108 MT-FILM 2.7 FD 1/6W IC971 409 646 8706 IC AK7331 R9503 401 337 9108 MT-FILM 2.7 FD 1/6W (DIODES) R9504 401 337 9108 MT-FILM 2.7 FD 1/6W D3110 407 228 0506 DIODE HN1D01FE R9505 401 224 9709 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/16W OR 407 232 7706 DIODE NSDEMP11XV6T5 R9506 401 224 9709 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/16W OR 407 227 3102 DIODE EMP11 R9516 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W D3111 407 228 0506 DIODE HN1D01FE R9517 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W OR 407 232 7706 DIODE NSDEMP11XV6T5 R9560 401 257 4108 MT-GLAZE 100K DC 1/16W OR 407 227 3102 DIODE EMP11 R9561 401 309 2601 MT-GLAZE 470K DC 1/16W D3112 407 228 0506 DIODE HN1D01FE R9562 401 258 6903 MT-GLAZE 20K DC 1/16W OR 407 232 7706 DIODE NSDEMP11XV6T5 R9718 401 257 4108 MT-GLAZE 100K DC 1/16W OR 407 227 3102 DIODE EMP11 R9719 401 257 4108 MT-GLAZE 100K DC 1/16W D3113 407 228 0506 DIODE HN1D01FE R9720 401 225 8107 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/16W OR 407 232 7706 DIODE NSDEMP11XV6T5 R9721 401 262 1901 MT-GLAZE 6.8K DC 1/16W OR 407 227 3102 DIODE EMP11 R9722 401 262 1604 MT-GLAZE 2.2K DC 1/16W D9551 407 232 3609 DIODE SD833-04SC R9723 401 262 2304 MT-GLAZE 1.0K DC 1/16W (INDUCTOR) R9724 401 224 9501 MT-GLAZE 2.2K JA 1/16W L9551 645 071 9707 INDUCTOR,4.7U M R9726 401 262 1000 MT-GLAZE 33K DC 1/16W (CAPACITORS) R9728 401 257 4108 MT-GLAZE 100K DC 1/16W CB181 403 392 5507 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V (SWITCHES) CB183 403 407 3603 CERAMIC 0.22U K 10V S3101 645 053 3822 SWITCH,DETECTOR 1P-1T, CB184 403 407 3603 CERAMIC 0.22U K 10V S3102 645 045 2857 SWITCH,PUSH, CB186 403 409 1409 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V (CONNECTORS) CB971 403 392 5507 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V CN181 645 075 3657 PLUG,PWB-WIRE 2P (N.S.P) C1825 403 383 5202 CERAMIC 4.7U K 6.3V CN182 645 075 2056 PLUG,PWB-WIRE 10P(N.S.P) C1826 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V CN651 645 072 1793 SOCKET,PWB-PWB 60(N.S.P) C1827 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V CN652 645 072 1809 SOCKET,FPC 19P (N.S.P) C1828 403 383 5202 CERAMIC 4.7U K 6.3V CN951 645 072 1816 SOCKET,FPC 23P (N.S.P) C1829 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V (RECHARGEABLE BATTERY) C1830 403 383 5202 CERAMIC 4.7U K 6.3V Z3101 645 051 6009 BATTERY,RECHARGE C1831 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V (MISCELLANEOUS) C1832 403 383 5202 CERAMIC 4.7U K 6.3V 636 092 0521 SPACER TB1-SX815/J C1833 403 279 5002 CERAMIC 4700P K 25V C1834 403 279 5002 CERAMIC 4700P K 25V C1841 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V COMPL PWB,VF-1 C9526 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V 636 092 2150 C9530 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V C9534 403 356 6205 CERAMIC 2.2U K 10V (VARISTOR) C9535 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V VA171 408 050 0504 VARISTOR AVR-M1005C080MT C9545 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V (SEMICONDUCTORS) C9558 403 276 1908 CERAMIC 22P J 50V Q1701 405 166 9506 TR EMH2 C9563 403 378 3602 POS-SOLID 33U M 10V OR 405 186 7308 TR UP04213 00 C9566 403 391 0503 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V Q1702 405 157 1403 TR 2SA2018 C9567 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V Q5102 405 178 6807 TR MCH5809-TL-E C9701 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V Q5104 405 172 4700 TR UNR32A3 C9711 403 322 1005 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V OR 405 168 3700 TR DTC144EM C9712 403 294 6107 CERAMIC 100P J 50V (INTEGRATED CIRCUITS) C9714 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V IC171 409 651 9804 IC LC15016A-EV C9716 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V IC172 409 505 9400 IC TK11130CS C9717 403 279 5002 CERAMIC 4700P K 25V IC514 409 523 0601 IC TK11840L C9718 403 282 5105 CERAMIC 470P K 50V (DIODES) C9719 403 276 1304 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V D1701 407 206 6308 ZENER DIODE UDZS5.1B-TE17 C9720 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V D5102 407 233 8504 ZENER DIODE EDZ16B C9721 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V OR 407 246 0403 ZENER DIODE EDZ15B, LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION (INDUCTORS) (RESISTORS) L1701 645 020 1912 INDUCTOR,240 OHM R5401 401 258 6606 MT-GLAZE 10K DC 1/16W L1702 645 061 7393 INDUCTOR,10U M R5402 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W L5102 645 067 2354 INDUCTOR,10U M R5403 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W (CAPACITORS) R5405 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W CB177 403 392 5507 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V R5422 402 079 0200 MT-GLAZE 220K JKG 1/8W C1701 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V R5423 401 225 1900 MT-GLAZE 68 JA 1/16W C1702 403 392 5002 CERAMIC 22U M 6.3V R5425 402 077 7409 MT-GLAZE 100K JKG 1/8W C1703 403 420 7503 CERAMIC 4.7U K 16V R5426 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W C1704 403 408 5507 CERAMIC 2.2U K 16V (CONNECTOR) C1705 403 379 0808 CERAMIC 1U M 16V CN541 645 071 1060 SOCKET,FPC 12P (N.S.P) C1706 403 379 0808 CERAMIC 1U M 16V (MISCELLANEOUS) C1707 403 420 7503 CERAMIC 4.7U K 16V 636 072 3559 SPACER F CON-SX613/J C1708 403 276 1007 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V C1709 403 420 7503 CERAMIC 4.7U K 16V C1710 403 420 7503 CERAMIC 4.7U K 16V C1711 403 372 7507 CERAMIC 2.2U K 6.3V C1712 403 372 7507 CERAMIC 2.2U K 6.3V C1713 403 379 0808 CERAMIC 1U M 16V C1714 403 276 1007 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V C1715 403 348 9108 CERAMIC 0.47U K 6.3V C1720 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V C5139 403 320 0703 CERAMIC 270P J 25V C5140 403 381 8106 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V C5141 403 374 5808 CERAMIC 0.22U K 6.3V C5142 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V C5143 403 387 3907 CERAMIC 2.2U K 16V C5145 403 383 5202 CERAMIC 4.7U K 6.3V (RESISTORS) R1701 401 259 2102 MT-GLAZE 1 JA 1/16W R1702 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R1705 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R1706 401 224 9501 MT-GLAZE 2.2K JA 1/16W R1709 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R1710 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R1713 401 224 9907 MT-GLAZE 22K JA 1/16W R1714 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5122 401 262 2304 MT-GLAZE 1.0K DC 1/16W R5124 401 262 2502 MT-GLAZE 68 DD 1/16W R5125 401 262 2304 MT-GLAZE 1.0K DC 1/16W R5126 401 262 2502 MT-GLAZE 68 DD 1/16W R5127 401 263 1900 MT-GLAZE 3.3K DC 1/16W R5129 401 258 6606 MT-GLAZE 10K DC 1/16W (FUSE) F5006 423 031 7808 FUSE 32V 0.25A (CONNECTORS) CN171 645 073 5967 SOCKET,FPC 19P (N.S.P) CN172 645 071 1053 SOCKET,FPC 5P (N.S.P) CN173 645 075 2063 PLUG,PWB-WIRE 10P(N.S.P) CN176 645 068 9673 PLUG,PWB-WIRE 20P(N.S.P)

COMPL PWB,ST-1

636 092 2129 (SEMICONDUCTORS) Q5402 406 017 6101 TR TND721MH5-TL-E Q5409 406 018 6704 TR CY25BAJ-8F-T13 FOOR (INTEGRATED CIRCUIT) IC541 410 544 4202 IC LT3468ES5PBF (DIODES) D5401 407 223 5506 DIODE MA2Z720 D5402 407 237 8302 DIODE CRF02,Q D5404 407 237 8203 DIODE CMC02,Q D5406 407 225 3104 DIODE RB481Y (TRANSFORMERS) T5401 645 071 5549 TRANS,STEP UP T5402 645 069 2420 TRANS,STEP UP (CAPACITORS) C5401 403 378 3602 POS-SOLID 33U M 10V C5402 403 338 0306 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V C5403 403 276 1007 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V C5405 403 276 1304 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V C5410 403 410 8909 CERAMIC 0.022U K 350V C5411 403 357 3302 CERAMIC 0.01U K 630V C5412 404 095 5603 ELECT 40U A 300V]
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SERVICE MANUAL Color Digital Camera VPC-MZ1E VPC-MZ1EX VPC-MZ1
FILE NO. SERVICE MANUAL Color Digital Camera VPC-MZ1E (Product Code : 126 287 01) (U.K.) VPC-MZ1EX (Product Code : 126 287 02) (Europe) (PAL General) VPC-MZ1 (Product Code : 126 287 03) (U.S.A.) (Canada) Contents 1. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ... 2 2. DISASSEMBLY ... 12 3. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT
SERVICE MANUAL Digital Camera VPC-J1 VPC-J1EX
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Notice FILE No. E : Deletion F : Addition G : Multiple Use
Notice FILE No. CORRECTION PRODUCTION CHANGE SERVICE FLASH ADD INFORMATION Please add this notice to the Service manual listed below. Category : Color Digial Camera Date :Aug.24 .2001 Model Name Reference No. Destination VPC-MZ1E SM5310304 U.K. VPC-MZ1EX SM5310304 Europe & PAL General VPC-MZ1 SM5310
1-4. PW1 POWER CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
1-4. PW1 POWER CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 1. Outline 3. Digital 3.3 V Power Output This is the main PW1 power circuit, and is comprised of the 3.3 V (D) is output. Feedback for the 3.3 V (D) is provided to following blocks. the switching controller (Pins (1) of IC501) so that PWM con- Switching controller
VPC-MZ2 VAR-GA4U
FILE NO. SERVICE MANUAL Digital Camera VPC-MZ2EX (Product Code : 126 606 02) (Europe) (PAL General) VPC-MZ2 (Product Code : 126 606 03) (U.S.A.) (Canada) VAR-GA4U (Product Code : 126 301 05) Contents (U.S.A.) 1. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ... 2 (Canada) 2. DISASSEMBLY ... 12 3. ELECTRICAL ADJUST
Color Digital Camera VPC-MZ1E VPC-MZ1EX VPC-MZ1 INDEX 1. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION DISASSEMBLY ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE 2. PARTS LIST
Color Digital Camera VPC-MZ1E VPC-MZ1EX VPC-MZ1 INDEX 1. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION DISASSEMBLY ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE 2. PARTS LIST OVERALLWIRING Click on this button found on the first page of each file to return to this screen. FILE NO. SERVICE MANUAL Color Digital Camer
  OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 1-1. CA1 and A PART OF CA2 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTIONS Around CCD block 10987654321
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CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS & PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS & PRINTED WIRING BOARDS TABLE OF CONTENTS OVERALL WIRING & BLOCK DIAGRAMS OVERALL WIRING ... C3 OVERALL CIRCUIT ... C4 POWER CIRCUIT(CA3) ... C4 POWER CIRCUIT(PW1) ... C4 FLASH CIRCUIT ... C5 CAMERA CIRCUIT ... C5 LENS CIRCUIT ... C5 MAIN CIRCUIT ... C6 SYSTEM CONTROL CIRCUIT ... C6
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SANYO Electric Co., Ltd.
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VPC-MZ3 VPC-MZ3GX
FILE NO. SERVICE MANUAL Digital Camera VPC-MZ3EX (Product Code : 126 612 01) (Europe) (PAL General) VPC-MZ3 (Product Code : 126 612 02) (U.S.A.) (Canada) VPC-MZ3GX (Product Code : 126 612 03) (General) Contents 1. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ... 2 2. DISASSEMBLY ... 10 VAR-G6U 3. ELECTRICAL ADJUS