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FILE NO. SERVICE MANUAL Digital Camera VPC-R1 AC adaptor (Product Code : 126 293 00)(U.S.A., Canada) VPC-R1E (Product Code : 126 293 01) (U.K.) VPC-R1EX (Product Code : 126 293 02) (Europe, PAL General) VPC-R1G (Product Code : 126 293 06) Contents (No Tax) 1. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ... 2 2. DISASSEMBLY ... 11 3. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT ... 13 VAR-G5U 4. USB STORAGE INFORMATION (Product Code : 126 301 01) REGISTRATION ... 18 (U.S.A., Canada) 5. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE... 19 6. PARTS LIST... 20 VAR-G5EX CABINET AND CHASSIS PARTS 1 ... 20 (Product Code : 126 301 02) CABINET AND CHASSIS PARTS ...
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SERVICE MANUAL Digital Camera VPC-R1 AC adaptor (Product Code : 126 293 00)(U.S.A., Canada) VPC-R1E

(Product Code : 126 293 01) (U.K.)

VPC-R1EX

(Product Code : 126 293 02) (Europe, PAL General)

VPC-R1G

(Product Code : 126 293 06) Contents (No Tax) 1. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ... 2 2. DISASSEMBLY ... 11 3. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT ... 13 VAR-G5U 4. USB STORAGE INFORMATION (Product Code : 126 301 01) REGISTRATION ... 18 (U.S.A., Canada) 5. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE... 19 6. PARTS LIST... 20 VAR-G5EX CABINET AND CHASSIS PARTS 1 ... 20 (Product Code : 126 301 02) CABINET AND CHASSIS PARTS 2 ... 21 (Europe, PAL General) ELECTRICAL PARTS ... 22 ACCESSORIES & PACKING MATERIALS ... 26 AC Adaptor ... 26 VAR-G5E CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS & (Product Code : 126 301 03) PRINTED WIRING BOARDS ... C1 (U.K.)

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 : 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. SB117/U, E, EX, EX2, SVA01/U, EX, E REFERENCE No. SM5310265, 1. OUTLINE OF CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 1-1. CA-A CIRCUIT DESCRIPTIONS

Around CCD block

1. IC Configuration IC903 (RJ24J1AA0PT) CCD imager IC902 (TC74VHC04FTP) H driver IC904 (LR366854) V driver432124 23 22 21 IC905 (AD9806KST) CDS, AGC, A/D converter 2. IC905 (CCD) PS1 5 20 [Structure] PS3(LCC24 Frame transfer type CCD image sensor PS2 6 Top View) 19 PS4 Optical size 1/2.8 type VPW 7 Effective pixels 1300 (H) x 980 (V) 18 NSUB Pixels in total 1353 (H) x 1006 (V) VOUT 8 17 VOG Optical black Horizontal (H) direction: left 2 pixels, right 51 pixels Vertical (V) direction: upper 10 pixels, below 12 pixels Dummy bit number Horizontal : 20 Vertical : 4 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Fig. 1-2. CCD Terminal Name

V

H 51 Fig. 1-1.Optical Black Location (Top View) Pin No. Symbol Pin Description Waveform Voltage 1, 2, 23, 24 NC - 3, 4 PI3, PI4 Image clock Frame shift 0~12 V Frame shift 5, 6 PS1, PS2 Accumulation clock 0~12 V Line sending 7 PW P well DC8V8VOUT CCD output DC Approx. 13V9VDD Power DC 20 V 10 VSS GND DC0V11 VRD Reset drain DC 20 V 12 PR Reset gate L=18 V, H=23 V 13, 15 PH4, PH2 L=2.5 V, H=7.5 V Horizontal register clock 14, 16 PH1, PH3 L=0 V, H=5 V 17 VOG CCD output gate DC 3.3 V 18 VSUB N substrate L=26 V, H=29 V Frame shift 19, 20 PS4, PS3 Accumulation clock 0~12 V Line sending 21, 22 PI1, PI2 Image clock Frame shift 0~12 V Table 1-1. CCD Pin Description – 2 – VDD PI4 VSS PI3 VRD (NC) PR (NC) PH4 (NC) PH1 (NC) PH2 PI2 PH3 PI1, 3. IC903 (H Driver) and IC902 (V Driver) 4. IC901 (CDS, AGC Circuit and A/D Converter) An H driver (IC903) and V driver (IC902) are necessary in The video signal which is output from the CCD is input to order to generate the clocks (vertical transfer clock, horizon- Pins (26) and (27) of IC901. There are S/H blocks inside IC905 tal transfer clock and electronic shutter clock) which driver generated from the XSHP and XSHD pulses, and it is here the CCD. that CDS (correlated double sampling) is carried out. IC902 is an inverter IC which drives the horizontal CCDs (H1 After passing through the CDS circuit, the signal passes and H2). In addition the VREG 0~7, VXREG2 and VXREG3 through the AGC amplifier. It is A/C converted internally into signals which are output from IC102 are the vertical transfer a 10-bit signal, and is then input to IC102. clocks. The clock is drived until peak value which necessary CCD at IC902. PBLK CLPDM SHP SHD ADCCLK 19 23 29 30 21 22 16 CLAMP TIMING 1A 1 14 VCC GENERATOR PIN 27 PGA

CDS

1Y 2 13 6A 1026 2 DIN MUX S/H A/D DOUT 36 112A 3 12 6Y ADCIN CLAMP 12 DRVDD 2Y 4 11 5A REFERENCE AD9802 17 DVDD 3A 5 10 5Y 37 48 47 18 20 41 33 43 CMLEVEL VRT VTB STBY CLPOB ADCMODE ACVDD ADVDD 3Y694A GND784Y Fig. 1-5. IC901 Block Diagram Fig. 1-3. IC903 Block Diagram 30 VDD 29 OCNT GND 1 28 DUTY OUT_1 2 OCNT circuitDUTY circuit 27 IN_1 OUT_2 3 26 IN_2 OUT_3 4 25 IN_3 OUT_4 5 24 IN_4 OUT_5 6 23 IN_5 OUT_6 7 22 IN_6 OUT_7 8 21 IN_7 OUT_8 9 20 IN_8 OUT_9 10 19 IN_9 OUT_10 11 18 IN_10 OUT_NSUB 12 OCNT circuit 17 IN_NSUB CAP5V 13 16 VDD CAPNS 14 GND 15 Power circuit Fig. 1-4. IC902 Block Diagram – 3 –, 5. Transfer of Electric Charge by the Horizontal CCD The transfer system for the horizontal CCD emplays a 4-phase drive method. The electric charges sent to the final stage of the horizontal CCD are transferred to the floating diffusion (FD), as shown in Fig. 1-6. PR is turned on by the timing in (1), and the floating diffusion is charged to the potential of RD. The PR is turned off by the timing in (2). In this condition, the floating diffusion is floated at high impedance. The H2 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. PR is then turned on again by the timing in (1) when the H2 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) PR OG H2 H1 H4 H3 H2 H1 H4 H3 (1)(2) (3) RD FD H3 H4 (2) PR OG H2 H1 H4 H3 H2 H1 H4 H3 H1 RD FD H2

PR

(3) PR OG H2 H1 H4 H3 H2 H1 H4 H3 RD FD CCD OUT Fig. 1-6. Horizontal Transfer of CCD Imager and Extraction of Signal Voltage 6. Lens drive block 6-1. Shutter drive The regulator (IC952) drives by P ON signal which is output Reset gate pulse from the power control IC (IC501) is drived, and then power is20 V Pre-charge drain bias (PD) supplied to iris shutter drive IC (IC951). The drive signal (GPIO4, GPIO5, GPIO6, GPIO7) which is output from the ASIC (IC102) is drived the iris shutter drive IC (IC951), and the iris shutter spring is open and closed. Direction of transfer H Register Voltage output Electric charge Floating diffusion gate is floated at a high impedance. C is charged equivalently Fig. 1-7. Theory of Signal Extraction Operation – 4 –, 1-2. CA-B CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 1. Circuit description 2. Outline of Operation 1-1. PTG When the shutter opens, detect the 8-bit microprocessor and This is program timing generator. Generates the timing signal transmit to record operation starts. that is needed in order to drive the FT-CCD sensor. When the PTG drives the FT-CCD, picture data passes through the A/D and is then input to the ASIC as 10-bit data. 1-2. FCP This data then sends FCP, after which it is carried out various The FCP receives the output data from the FT-CCD sensor processing operations on the data (such as gamma correc- via the PTG, and then carries out various processing opera- tion and white balance). The data is then sent to the ITP where tions on the data (such as gamma correction and white processing such as contour emphasis and chroma are car- banance). ried out, after which it is temporarily stored in the SDRAM. In case of still picture the data is then compressed by the 1-3. ITP JPEG method and in case of picture it is compressed by The ITP is a pixel conversion processor. It carries out various MJPEG method and is written to compact flash card. processing operations (such as contour emphasis and chroma) on the image data that is input from the FCP or from memory, 3. LCD Block and then stores the processed data in memory. RGB signals corresponding to the LCD driver are output from the ASIC (video player). The LCD driver converts the RGB 1-4. CPU signals that are output from the ASIC to a signal level that is This is 32 bit RISC CPU. appropriate for the LCD monitor. These RGB signals and the control signal which is output by the LCD driver are used to 1-5. Memory controller drive the LCD panel. This is controlled SDRAM, flash ROM and CF card etc. The RGB signals are 1H transposed so that no DC compo- nent is present in the LCD element, and the two horizontal 1-6. Video player shift register clocks drive the horizontal shift registers inside Outputs the RGB signals that are needed to control the graphic the LCD panel so that the 1H transposed RGB signals are overlay function and to drive the LCD. applied to the LCD panel. Because the LCD closes more as the difference in potential 1-7. GPIO between the VCOM (common polar voltage: fixed at DC) and This is a multipurpose I/O. (It can be used as an input/output the R, G and B signals becomes greater, the display becomes port.) darker; if the difference in potential is smaller, the element opens and the LCD become brighter. In addition, the bright- 1-8. COM port ness and contrast settings for the LCD can be varied by means This is communication block. Supports USB communication. of the serial data from the ASIC. 1-9. Serial communication This is the interface for the 8-bit microprocessor. 1-10. LCD driver The RGB output signals that are output from the ASIC are converted to a signal level that is appropriate for the LCD moni- tor. 1-11. LCD monitor This is the image display device which displays the image signals supplied from the LCD driver. – 5 –, 1-3. CP1 POWER CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 1. Outline 3. Digital 3.4 V Power Output This is the main power circuit, and is comprised of the follow- 3.4 V (D) is output. Feedback is sent to pin (41) of the switch- ing blocks. ing controller (IC501) for PWM control to be carried out. Switching controller (IC501) Digital5Vand analog system power output (T5001, Q5001) 4. Digital5Vand Analog System Power Output Digital 2.5 V system power supply (Q5007) 5.1 V (D) , 26.4 V (A), 20 V (A), 13 V (A) and 5.1 V (A) are Digital 3.4 V system power supply (Q5018) output. Feedback for the 5.1 V (D) is provided to the switch- LCD system power supply (Q5008, T5002) ing controller (Pins (35) of IC501) so that PWM control can Backlight power supply output (Q5013) be carried out. Inverter output (T5003, Q5017) 5. Digital 2.5 V System Power Output 2. Switching Controller (IC501) 2.5 V (D) is output. Feedback is provided to the swiching con- This is the basic circuit which is necessary for controlling the troller (Pin (23) of IC501) so that PWM control can be carried power supply for a PWM-type switching regulator, and is pro- out. vided with five built-in channels, only CH2 (digital 5 V, analog system), CH4 (LCD system), CH3 (digital 2.5 V), CH1 (digital 6. LCD System Power Output 3.4 V) and CH5 (backlight system) are used. Feedback from 12.4 V (L) is output. Feedback for the 12.4 V (L) is provided5V(D) (CH2), 2.5 V (D) (CH3) , 12.4 V (L) (CH4), 3.4 V (D) to the switching controller (Pins (22) of IC501) so that PWM (CH1) and7V(L) (CH5) power supply outputs are received, control can be carried out. and the PWM duty is varied so that each one is maintained at the correct voltage setting level. 7. Backlight Power Supply output 7.0 V (L) is output. Feedback is sent to pin (17) of the switch- 2-1. Short-circuit protection circuit ing controller (IC501) for PWM control to be carried out. If output is short-circuited for the length of time determined by the condenser which is connected to Pin (29) of IC501, all 8. Inverter Output output is turned off. The control signal (P ON) are recontrolled The backlight uses a flat picture tube. When INV CLK is in- to restore output. put, Q5017 carries out switching operations, so that T5003 is energized and a high-voltage pulse is generated between pins (3) and (4) of T5003. This high-voltage pulse is applied to the backlight to make it illuminate. – 6 –, 1-4. CP1 STROBO 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, the CHG signal becomes High (3.3 V), the charging circuit starts 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 and C5405 constitute the power supply filter. They erated inside the trigger circuit, and this pulse is then applied smooth out ripples in the current which accompany the switch- to the light emitting part. ing 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 C5412 on the main circuit board. 1-6. Voltage monitoring circuit This circuit is used to maintain the voltage accumulated at C5412 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 SY-A block as the monitoring voltage VMONIT. When this VMONIT voltage reaches a specified level at the SY-A block, the CHG signal is switched to Low and charging is interrupted. – 7 –, 1-5. SY-A CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 1. Configuration and Functions For the overall configuration of the SY-A block, refer to the block diagram. The SY-A 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, 3. Power ON/OFF, 4. Strobe charge control. Pin Signal I/O Outline 1~2 NOT USED - - 3 AVSS - GND 4 AVR - Analog power 5 AVCC - Analog power 6 VDD3 I Main (ASIC system) power detection 7 UNREG (S) I Battery power input (analog input) 8 VDD3 I Main (ASIC system) power detection 9 STROBO_V I Strobo charge voltage input (analog input) 10~12 P54~P56 I Connect to GND through register 13 VSS - GND 14 DC_IN I AC adaptor connection detection (analog input) 15~16 X1, X0 - Main clock oscillation terminal (4 MHz) 17~18 MOD1, 0 I Connect to GND 19 P. ST. I Reset input 20~23 S10~S13 I Key matrix input 24 P04 I Connect to GND through register 25~26 P05~P06 I Connect to GND through register 27 PLL_EN O ASIC PLL permission signal 28 USB_CNT I USB connection detection H : Connection 29 REQACK I Serial communication control signal 30 SDIR O Serial communication control signal 31 BAT_OFF I Battery OFF detection H : OFF 32 +3.2_SW O 3.2 V power (switch) 33 RESETBOReset output to ASIC L : Reset 34 P ON O DC/DC converter (analog) ON/OFF signal H : ON 35~36 NOT USED - - 37 VF_LED_G O VF LED (green) ON/OFF signal L : Light 38 EXT_IRQ1 O External interruption signal 39~40 SDATA I/O Serial communication control signal 41 SCLK O Serial communication control signal 42 SELF_LED_R O Self LED (red) ON/OFF signal L : Light 43 NOT USED - - 44~45 X0A, X1A - Sub clock oscillation terminal (32.768 kHz) 46 BUZZER O Buzzer output terminal 47 CHARGE O Strobo charge ON/OFF signal L : ON 48~52 NOT USED - - 53 VCC - Digital power 54~74 NOT USED - - 75~78 SO0~SO3 O Key matrix output 79~80 NOT USED - - Table 4-1. 8-bit Microprocessor Port Specification – 8 –, 2. Internal Communication Bus The SY-A 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. 4-1 shows the internal communication between the 8-bit microprocessor, ASIC and SPARC lite circuits. RESET B

REQACK

8-bit SDATA ASIC Microprocessor

SDIR SCK

EXT_IRQ1 Fig. 4-1 Internal Bus Communication System 3. Key Operaiton For details of the key operation, refer to the instruction manual.

SCAN

SCAN IN0123

OUT

0 CF_IN TEST SHUTTER 2nd SHUTTER 1st 1 MAIN SW-PLAY POSITION MAIN SW-LCD OFF MAIN SW-LCD ON COVER SW POSITION POSITION 2 DOWN RIGHT LEFT UP 3 - SET MODE FOCUS SW Table 4-2. Key Operation – 9 –, 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 capacitor. 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 (34) to high, and then turns on the DC/DC converter for the digital system. After this, it sets RESET B signal at pin (33) to high so that the ASIC is set to the active condition. After this, in case of driving the CCD, it sets the P (A) ON signal at pin (176) of the ASIC to high, and then turns on the DC/DC converter for the analog system. If the LCD monitor is on, the LCD ON signal at pin (175) of the ASIC 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 +12 V etc. +12 V etc. (ALWAYS) Power OFF OFF OFF 32KHz OFF Power switch ON- OFF OFF 4 MHz OFF Auto power OFF Shutter switch ON ON ON→OFF 4 MHz OFF

CAMERA

Resolution, flash, self-timer switch ON OFF OFF 4 MHz OFF LCD finder ON ON 4 MHz ON Play back ON OFF 4 MHz ON Table 4-3. Camera Mode Note) 4 MHz = Main clock operation, 32 kHz = Sub clock operation – 10 –, 2. DISASSEMBLY 2-1. REMOVAL OF CABINET BACK, CABINET FRONT, TB1 BOARD AND LCD5D1. Open the cover battery. 2. Four screws 1.7x411 E 3. Open the cover card. C 4. Four screws 1.7x635. Cabinet back 6. Screw 1.7x47. Screw 1.7x68. Cabinet top A

B

9. Cabinet front 9 10. Cover battery6FA11. Cover card 12. Shaft card2H2The order of tighting screws A→B→C→D→E→F→G→HG21When assembling cabinet front 1. The cover lens should be closed. 2. Set the knob macro at the normal position. 13. Screw 1.7 x 3.5 14. TB1 board 15. Spacer CV monitor 2 brown 18 16. FPC 13 yellow 17. Remove the solder. gray 18. LCD 19. Three screws 1.7x420. Holder monitor pink white pink white – 11 –, 2-2. REMOVAL OF HOLDER CHASSIS, LENS ASSEMBLY, CP1 BOARD AND BOARD LOCATION yellow 1. Screw 1.7x32. Two screws 1.7x43. Holder chassis B white 1 4. DL-elect 4 5. Screw 1.7x36. Switch leaf 7. Three screws 1.7x4pink 8. Two screws 1.7x59. FPC gray 10. CP1 board violet 2 blue 5 red black red black black red gray black red TB1 board CP1 board Lens CCD – 12 –, 3. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT 3-1. Table for Servicing Tools 5. LCD Panel Adjustment 5-1. LCD H AFC Adjustment Ref. No. Name Part code 5-2. LCD RGB Offset Adjustment J-1 Color viewer VJ8-0007 5-3. LCD Gain Adjustment J-2 Siemens star chart 5-4. LCD Red Brightness Adjustment J-3 Calibration software 5-5. LCD Blue Brightness AdjustmentVJ8-0186 J-4 Spare lamp VJ8-0028 3-4. Setup J-5 Pictured jig VJ8-0181 1. System requirements J-6 Strobe adjustment box VJ8-0182 Windows 98 or Me J-7 CCD calibration VJ8-0185 IBM R -compatible PC with pentium processor CD-ROM drive Note: J-1 color viewer is 100 - 110 VAC only. 3.5-inch high-density diskette drive USB port

J-1 J-2 40 MB RAM

Hard disk drive with at least 15 MB available VGA or SVGA monitor with at least 256-color display 2. Installing calibration software 1. Insert the calibration software installation diskette into your diskette drive. 2. Open the explorer. 3. Copy the DscCalDI_128a folder on the floppy disk in the FD drive to a folder on the hard disk.

J-3/J-7 J-4

3. Installing USB drive Install the USB drive with camera or connection kit for PC. 4. Color Viewer 1. Turn on the switch and wait for 30 minutes for aging to take place before using Color Pure. 2. The luminance adjustment control on the color viewer should be set to around the middle position (memory 5)

J-5 J-6 during use.

3. The fluorescent lamps which are used in the color viewer are consumable parts. After the cumulative usage time reaches 2000 hours, the color temperature will start to in- crease as the usage time increases, and correct adjust- ment will not be possible. When the cumulative usage time reaches 2000 hours, all of the fluorescent lamps should be simultaneously replaced with new lamps. 5. Computer screen during adjustment 3-2. Equipment 1. Oscilloscope Calibration Upload LCD 2. Digital voltmeter AWB Firmware R Bright B Bright VCOMDC 3. AC adaptor Focus 4. PC (IBM R -compatible PC, Pentium processor, Window Image RGB Offset Gain VCOMPP UV Matrix 98 or Me) Cal Mode Initialize Tint Phase 5. Monitor TV OK 6. USB cable EVF VCOCal Data H AFC TestLCD Type

OK

3-3. Adjustment Items and Order SettingFirmware Version: Language 1. 5.1 V (A) Voltage Adjustment USB storage 2. Back Focus Adjustment Get VID Set Serial Set Video Mode Set PID Set Rev. Set 3. CCD Adjustment 4. Strobe Adjustment – 13 –, 3-5. Connecting the camera to the computer and the pictured jig connection point 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. To USB port USB cable AC adaptor

GND VDD3 V OUT

Picutured jig connection point (CP1 board side B) – 14 –, 3-6. Adjust Specifications 6. Set the siemens star chart 130 cm +5 /–0 cm so that it be- [CP1 board (Side B)] comes center of the screen. 7. Set the macro lever (2) at normal position. 8. Turn the adjustment screw (1) until the siemens is exactly in focus. Focusing is done by moving from far focal length CL307 to near focal length (conterclockwise motion of the dial), so CL310 start adjustment by moving to the far focus position if the camera in not already at that position. CL415 CL528 9. Set the siemens star chart 25 cm + 3/–0 cm from the cam- VR502 CL413 era, check that the chart is out of focus this time. (Side A) CL414 CL400 10. Confirm that there are no operational problems in the com- CL411 puter in taking still pictures in a set condition. 11. Pull the DC jack to turn off the camera after completing the adjustment, and pull the CF card. 12. Remove the lead of the pictured jig. Confirm that there are Note: no operational problems in taking still pictures in a set 1. Voltage adjustment is necessary to repair in the CP1 board condition. and replace the parts. 13. When this adjustment is carried out, it is necessary to per- Preparation: form the 3. CCD adjustment and 4. Strobe adjustment. 1. Shorten the CL307 and CL310 (connection parts of power Perform the 4. Strobe adjustment after completing the switch wires). 3. CCD adjustment. 2. Insert the CF card. 3. Connect the power, and turn on the LCD monitor. 3. CCD Adjustment 1. 5.1 V (A) Voltage Adjustment Measuring Point CL528 Measuring Equipment Digital voltmeter Camera 18 cm ADJ. Location VR502 ADJ. Value 5.10 ± 0.05 V All white pattern Color viewer Adjustment method: 1. Adjust with VR502 to 5.10 ± 0.05 V. Adjustment method: 2. Back Focus Adjustment 1. Copy all the CCD calibration files to the CF card. 2. Click on Cmdfile.txt to activate the name field in the CF card, and push the enter key to change the name to “ccdcal” Adjustment using all lower case letters. Click the save button to save. screw (1) 3. Set the CF card which is saved to the camera. 4. Set the color viewer 18 cm from the camera. Do not enter any light at this time. Macro 5. Slide the lens cover and put DC jack to the camera in order lever (2) to turn on the camera. Start the adjustment automatically. Normal position When the adjustment is completed, the “OK” message will appear on the LCD monitor. If an error occurs during the process, the “EC***” message will be displayed, and you Adjustment method: must perform the adjustment again. 1. Copy all the CCD calibration files to the CF card. 6. Pull the DC jack to turn off the camera after completing the 2. Click on Cmdfile.txt to activate the name field in the CF adjustment, and pull the CF card. card, and push the enter key to change the name to 7. When this adjustment is carried out, it is necessary to per- “backfocus” using all lower case letters. Click the save but- form the 4. Strobe adjustment. ton to save. 3. Take the lead of the pictured jig and solder it to the CP1 board, then connect the TV monitor. (Refer to page 14 be- low figure.) 4. Set the CF card which is saved to the camera. 5. Slide the lens cover and put DC jack to the camera in order to turn on the camera. – 15 –, 4. Strobe Adjustment 5-1. LCD H AFC Adjustment Adjusting method: 1. Double-click on the DscCalDi.exe in the DscCalDI.128a. 2. Select 0 on the LCD “H AFC”. 3. Apply a trigger using CL400, and adjust LCD “H AFC” so Gray that the time A from the rising signal at CL400 to the fall- Camera sheet ing signal at CL411 is 5.54 ± 0.1 µsec. ○ ○

A

○ ○ ○ ○ Adjustment method: CL411 ○ 1. Copy all the CCD calibration files to the CF card. ○ ○ 2. Click on Cmdfile.txt to activate the name field in the CF CL400 ○ card, and push the enter key to change the name to “strobecal” using all lower case letters. Click the save but- Enlargement ton to save. 3. Set the CF card which is saved to the camera. ○ ○ 4. Place the camera on the stand in a condition turned to the ○ A ○ ○ bottom of the strobe adjustment box straightly. ○ 5. Slide the lens cover and put DC jack to the camera in order CL411 ○ ○ to turn on the camera. Start the adjustment automatically, ○ and strobe emits several times. ○ When the adjustment is completed, the “OK” message will CL400 appear on the LCD monitor. If an error occurs during the process, the “EC***” message will be displayed, and you must perform the adjustment again. 5-2. LCD RGB Offset Adjustment 6. Pull the DC jack to turn off the camera after completing the Adjusting method: adjustment, and pull the CF card. 1. Adjust LCD “RGB Offset” so that the amplitude of the CL415 waveform is 4.0 V ± 0.1 Vp-p. 5. LCD Panel Adjustment [CP1 board (Side B)] CL307 CL310 4.0 V ± 0.1 Vp-p CL415 CL528 VR502 CL413 (Side A) CL414 CL400 CL411 CL415 waveform 5-3. LCD Gain Adjustment Adjusting method: Note: 1. Adjust LCD “Gain” so that the amplitude of the CL415 wave- This adjustment is not necessary only the case of exchanging form is 6.6 V ± 0.2 Vp-p. LCD. Perform the 3. CCD adjustment and 4. Strobe adjust- Note: ment after completing the LCD adjustment. 5-2. LCD RGB Offset adjustment should always be carried Adjustment method: out first. 1. Copy all the CCD calibration files to the CF card. 2. Click on Cmdfile.txt to activate the name field in the CF card, and push the enter key to change the name to “lcdcal” using all lower case letters. Click the save button to save. 3. Set the CF card which is saved to the camera. 4. Put DC jack to the camera in order to turn on the camera. – 16 –, 6.6 V ± VG 0.2 Vp-p CL415 waveform CL415 waveform 5-4. LCD Red Brightness Adjustment Adjusting method: 1. Adjust LCD “R Bright” so that the amplitude of the CL414 waveform is VG ± 0.1 Vp-p with respect to the CL415 (VG) VG ± waveform. 0.1 Vp-p Note: 5-2. LCD RGB Offset adjustment and 5-3. LCD Gain adjust- ment should always be carried out first. CL413 waveform

VG

CL415 waveform VG ± 0.1 Vp-p CL414 waveform 5-5. LCD Blue Brightness Adjustment Adjusting method: 1. Adjust LCD “B Bright” so that the amplitude of the CL413 waveform is VG ± 0.1 Vp-p with respect to the CL415 (VG) waveform. Note: 5-2. LCD RGB Offset adjustment and 5-3. LCD Gain adjust- ment have done. – 17 –, 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 14.) 2. Double-click on the DscCalDi128a. 3. Click on the Get button in the USB storage window and check the USB storage data. VID: SANYO PID: VPC-R1 or VPC-R1E or VPC-R1EX or VPC-R1G 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 R Bright B Bright VCOMDC Focus Image RGB Offset Gain VCOMPP UV Matrix Cal Mode Initialize Tint Phase

OK

EVF VCO Cal Data H AFC TestLCD Type

OK

Setting Firmware Version: Language USB storage Get VID Set Serial Set Video Mode Set PID Set Rev. Set – 18 –, 5. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

POWER LOSS INOPERTIVE TAKING INOPERATIVE

OFF PUSH SHUTTER BARRIER SW MAIN SW ON NORMAL BUTTON

ON

CHECK IC301-20, 21 IC301-20 (SCAN IN 0) NO NO CHECK RB301, BARRIER SW, (SCAN IN 0, 1) PULSE INPUT PULSE INPUT D3006, D3007RB301, D3007 YES YES

LOW

IC302-7 (UNREG) CHECK CN301-34 LOW CHECK IC301, POWER BLOCK (P ON) POWER BLOCK HIGH HIGH LOW IC102-176 LOW CHECK, IC301, ASICIC301-53 CHECK IC302 (VDD) (P(A) ON) (IC102), CA-A BLOCK, POWER BLOCK HIGH HIGH IC301-19 LOW SERIAL NG CHECK CHECK IC302, R3054 (RESET) COMMUNICATION IC301, CA-A BLOCK HIGH OK IC301-31 LOW CHECK IC302, R3053 CHECK CP1 (BAT OFF)

HIGH

IC301-15 NO CHECK X3001

OSCILLATION YES

IC301-44 NO CHECK X3002

OSCILLATION YES

CHECK IC301

NO PICTURE

CLK (28.63636MHz) NO MAIN CLOCK FOR SYSTEM OPERATION OSCILLATION NO OPERATION IF ABSENT CHECK X1102 CHECK X1102 OSCILLATOR, C1104, C1105

YES

SD CLK (57.27 MHz) NG SD RAM (IC103) MOVEMENT CLOCK OSCILLATION NO READ PROGRAM FROM IC121 IF ABSENT IC103-38 CHECK IC102, IC103

OK

INCORRECT HANDSHAKING BETWEEN 8-BIT IC102-237 NG CPU AND RS-232C IC301-39, 40 CHECK EACH INTERFACE

OK

CHECK SOLDERING OF MEMORY PIN – 19 –, 6. PARTS LIST [VPC-R1/R1E/R1EX/R1G] LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION

CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 1 12 636 064 3147 ASSY,BUT SHUTTER-SB117EX2,

VPC-R1G ONLY 1 636 064 3505 COVER LENS-SB117/EX2,VPC-R1G ONLY 13 636 064 3444 CABINET TOP A-SB117/EX2,VPC-R1G ONLY 1 636 062 7628 COVER LENS-SB117/U,EXCEPT VPC-R1G 13 636 062 7604 CABINET TOP A-SB117/U,EXCEPT VPC-R1G 2 636 064 3581 DEC FRONT-SB117/EX2,VPC-R1G ONLY 14 636 063 1625 SPACER MONITOR-SB117/U 2 636 063 1595 DEC FRONT-SB117/U,EXCEPT VPC-R1G 15 636 062 8335 SLIDE FUNCTION-SB117/U 3 636 065 3832 ASSY,CABI FRONT SV-117/U ,EXCEPT VPC-R1G 16 636 063 1632 SHAFT CARD-SB117/U 3 636 065 3863 ASSY,CABI FRONT SV-117/EX2 ,VPC-R1G ONLY 17 636 064 3536 COVER CARD-SB117/EX2,VPC-R1G ONLY 4 636 064 3567 COVER BATTERY-SB117/EX2,VPC-R1G ONLY 17 636 062 7635 COVER CARD-SB117/U,EXCEPT VPC-R1G 4 636 062 7642 COVER BATTERY-SB117/U,EXCEPT VPC-R1G 18 636 065 3870 ASSY,CABI BACK SV-117/U ,EXCEPT VPC-R1G 5 636 063 0925 TERMINAL BATT D-SB117/U 18 636 065 3917 ASSY,CABI BACK SV-117/EX2 ,VPC-R1G ONLY 6 636 062 8090 STAND-SB117/U, STAND 19 636 062 8304 KNOB FUNCTION-SB117/U 7 636 063 1663 SPRING COVER LENS-SB117/U 20 636 062 8076 DEC MONITOR-SB117/U 8 636 062 7697 HOLDER COVER LENS-SB117/U 101 411 177 6502 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X4 9 636 065 1333 SPACER CABI FRONT-SB117/U 102 411 177 8100 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X2.5 10 636 064 3475 CABINET TOP B-SB117/EX2,VPC-R1G ONLY 103 411 177 8407 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X3 10 636 062 7611 CABINET TOP B-SB117/U,EXCEPT VPC-R1G 104 411 177 9503 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X3 11 636 063 2189 SPRING SHUTTER-SB117/U 105 411 181 7007 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X6.0 12 636 064 2997 ASSY,BUT SHUTTER-SB117/U, EXCEPT VPC-R1G 18 20 17 19 12 101 10381234SB117/U Parts Lisut-1

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

, LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION

CABINET & CHASSIS PARTS 2 15 645 025 1252 SWITCH,LEAF 1P-1T

16 645 048 9969 ASSY,LAMP,SB117 1 645 049 8633 LENS(ASSY) 17 636 063 0918 TERMINAL BATT C-SB117/U 2 636 064 7015 SPACER,L04 18 636 062 7765 TERMINAL BATT B-SB117/U 3 645 049 7384 OPTICAL FILTER 19 636 062 7758 TERMINAL BATT A-SB117/U 4 636 063 2653 SPACER 20 636 065 1838 ASSY,HLD CHASSIS A-SV 117 5 636 062 8137 COMPL PWB,CP-1 21 636 062 8144 COMPL PWB,TB-1 6 636 062 7666 HOLDER MONITOR-SB117/U 22 419 002 6604 PIEZO BUZZER PS1550L40N 7 636 063 2110 COMPL,LCD-SB117 23 645 049 8664 LENS,VF(ASSY) 8 636 065 0909 SPACER CV MONITOR 2-117J2 24 636 062 8069 DEC SELF-SB117/U 9 636 064 2935 SPACER CV MONITOR-SB117/U 101 411 177 6502 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X4 10 636 063 1656 SPRING MACRO-SB117/U 103 411 177 8407 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X3 11 636 062 8083 KNOB MACRO-SB117/U 106 411 182 3701 SCRS-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X5 12 645 025 1252 SWITCH,LEAF 1P-1T 107 411 175 3701 SCR S-TPG PAN PCS 1.7X3.5 13 636 062 7680 HOLDER CHASSIS B-SB117/U 14 403 324 3502 DL-ELECT 0.1F Z 5.5V 21 101 20 23 13 24 12 107 N.S.P. 101 11 10834261SB117/J Parts Lisut-2

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

,

ELECTRICAL PARTS Note:

1. Materials of Capacitors and Resistors are abbreviated as follows ;

Resistors Capacitors MT-FILM Metallized Film Resistor MT-POLYEST Metallized Polyester Capacitor MT-GLAZE Metallized Glaze Resistor MT-COMPO Metallized Composite Capacitor OXIDE-MT Oxide Metallized Film Resistor TA-SOLD Tantalum Solid Capacitor AL-SOLID Aluminum Solid Capacitor NP-ELECT 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,CP-1 IC121 4095 220 0305 IC 29300117F

636 062 8137 IC141 409 471 4102 IC SN74LV244ADB IC142 409 471 4201 IC SN74LV245ADB (SEMICONDUCTORS) IC143 409 471 4201 IC SN74LV245ADB Q1302 405 102 5609 TR 2SD1819A-R IC145 409 368 5809 IC TC7SH08FU OR 405 092 4101 TR 2SC4081-R IC171 409 462 2902 IC LV4135W Q1601 405 133 8907 TR DTC114EUA IC173 409 453 0702 IC TK11330BM OR 405 119 0802 TR UN5211 IC175 409 400 9109 IC TC7SET08FU OR 405 078 7300 TR 2SC4398 IC301 410 426 0209 IC MB89165LPFV-G-360-BND Q1602 405 102 6705 TR 2SA1745-7 IC302 409 383 1008 S-8423NFS OR 405 102 8303 TR 2SA1745-6 IC501 409 496 5009 IC BD9731KV Q1706 405 115 7201 TR DTC144EE IC502 409 301 5507 IC TC7S08FU OR 405 102 5500 TR 2SB1218A-R IC901 409 498 6806 IC AD9806KST OR 405 137 2000 TR 2SA1576A-R IC902 409 507 4403 IC LC89906V(TE-L) Q3001 405 102 5609 TR 2SD1819A-R IC903 409 514 2102 IC 74ACTQ04MTC OR 405 092 4101 TR 2SC4081-R IC904 409 407 0505 IC TK11331BM OR 405 078 7300 TR 2SC4398 IC905 409 503 0508 IC LC99351(CCD) Q3002 405 102 5609 TR 2SD1819A-R IC951 409 247 1205 IC LB1837M OR 405 092 4101 TR 2SC4081-R IC952 409 513 0505 IC TK71735S OR 405 078 7300 TR 2SC4398 (DIODES) Q3004 405 115 5504 TR DTA114EE D1001 407 149 0807 DIODE 1SS355 Q5001 405 150 5002 TR CPH3109 D1701 407 166 0606 DIODE MA365 Q5002 405 115 5108 TR 2SA1774 R D3002 407 205 2707 LED SML-310LT Q5003 405 115 5108 TR 2SA1774 R D3003 407 201 7607 LED SML-310MT Q5005 405 157 1403 TR 2SA2018 D3004 407 220 5905 DIODE HN1D01FU Q5006 405 129 2902 TR UMH11N OR 407 175 2202 DIODE UMP11N Q5007 405 153 7508 TR CPH5701 D3005 407 220 5905 DIODE HN1D01FU Q5008 405 150 5002 TR CPH3109 OR 407 175 2202 DIODE UMP11N Q5009 405 129 2902 TR UMH11N D3006 407 220 5905 DIODE HN1D01FU Q5010 405 157 1403 TR 2SA2018 OR 407 175 2202 DIODE UMP11N Q5013 405 150 5200 TR CPH5703 D3007 407 220 5905 DIODE HN1D01FU Q5014 405 157 1403 TR 2SA2018 OR 407 175 2202 DIODE UMP11N Q5015 405 115 6907 TR DTC114EE D3051 407 149 0807 DIODE 1SS355 Q5016 405 130 1109 TR UMY1N D5001 407 199 4909 DIODE 1SS376 Q5017 405 153 8406 TR FTS2005 D5002 407 149 0807 DIODE 1SS355 Q5018 405 153 7508 TR CPH5701 D5003 407 210 5403 DIODE RB551V-30 Q5401 405 115 7508 TR DTC123JE D5004 407 162 8507 DIODE DAN222 Q5402 405 115 6907 TR DTC114EE D5005 407 190 3703 DIODE RB050L-40-TE25 Q5405 405 147 9709 TR CPH3205 D5006 407 149 0807 DIODE 1SS355 Q5406 405 150 5002 TR CPH3109 D5007 407 190 3703 DIODE RB050L-40-TE25 Q5407 405 115 5207 TR 2SC4617 R D5008 407 149 0807 DIODE 1SS355 Q5409 405 158 0306 TR CY25AAJ-8 D5013 407 210 5403 DIODE RB551V-30 Q9001 405 133 8907 TR DTC114EUA D5402 407 202 0300 DIODE F1F16 OR 405 119 0802 TR UN5211 D5404 407 202 0102 DIODE F1SN4 OR 405 078 7300 TR 2SC4398 D5405 407 199 4503 DIODE CR08AS-8-T1 Q9002 405 165 7305 TR BFR92AW D5407 407 162 8507 DIODE DAN222 Q9003 405 102 5500 TR 2SB1218A-R D9001 407 105 6102 DIODE SB007-03Q OR 405 137 2000 TR 2SA1576A-R D9002 407 105 6102 DIODE SB007-03Q (INTEGRATED CIRCUITS) D9003 407 113 5609 DIODE DSH015 IC102 409 509 6504 IC CX11637-21 (BGA) (N.S.P.) OR 407 134 7200 DIODE MA141K IC103 409 482 0506 IC HY57V651620BTC-10S OR 407 220 7305 DIODE MA142K-G OR 409 502 3807 IC HY57V641620HGT-H OR 407 153 7205 DIODE MA142K IC106 409 484 7602 IC NC7SZ08P5 D9004 407 113 5609 DIODE DSH015, LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION D9004 407 134 7200 DIODE MA141K C1102 403 309 8102 CERAMIC 5P C 50V OR 407 220 7305 DIODE MA142K-G C1103 403 309 8102 CERAMIC 5P C 50V OR 407 153 7205 DIODE MA142K C1104 403 311 7803 CERAMIC 8P D 50V D9005 407 113 5609 DIODE DSH015 C1105 403 311 7803 CERAMIC 8P D 50V OR 407 134 7200 DIODE MA141K C1201 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V OR 407 220 7305 DIODE MA142K-G C1301 403 311 5809 CERAMIC 47P J 50V OR 407 153 7205 DIODE MA142K C1302 403 311 5809 CERAMIC 47P J 50V D9006 407 113 5609 DIODE DSH015 C1401 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V OR 407 134 7200 DIODE MA141K C1402 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V OR 407 220 7305 DIODE MA142K-G C1403 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V OR 407 153 7205 DIODE MA142K C1412 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V (OSC) C1502 403 324 0501 CERAMIC 10U Z 10V X1101 645 049 1085 OSC,CRYSTAL 48.000MHZ C1503 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V X1102 645 049 1078 OSC,CRYSTAL 28.63636MHZ C1504 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V X3001 645 046 1415 OSC,CERAMIC 4.00MHZ C1704 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V X3002 636 040 1129 OSC CRYSTAL 32.768KHZ C1705 403 312 6003 CERAMIC 39P J 50V (FILTER) C1706 403 319 3005 CERAMIC 220P J 25V XF131 645 049 3430 FILTER,220-100M C1707 403 155 1807 CERAMIC 0.01U K 25V (VARIABLE RESISTORS) C1709 403 317 1904 CERAMIC 6800P K 25V VR502 645 046 7844 VR,SEMI,2.2K S C1711 403 283 6309 CERAMIC 1U Z 10V (INDUCTORS) C1712 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V L1001 645 041 1977 INDUCTOR,330 OHM C1713 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V L1002 645 041 1977 INDUCTOR,330 OHM C1714 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V L1071 645 020 1899 INDUCTOR,68 OHM C1715 403 323 6009 CERAMIC 10U M 16V L1101 645 021 1645 INDUCTOR,2.2U J C1721 403 338 0405 CERAMIC 0.47U K 25V L1502 645 041 1977 INDUCTOR,330 OHM C1722 403 338 0405 CERAMIC 0.47U K 25V L1701 645 035 7183 INDUCTOR,10U J C1723 403 338 0405 CERAMIC 0.47U K 25V L1702 645 004 2478 INDUCTOR,10U J C1726 403 155 1807 CERAMIC 0.01U K 25V L1703 645 041 1977 INDUCTOR,330 OHM C1727 403 338 0405 CERAMIC 0.47U K 25V L3001 645 049 1504 IMPEDANCE,120 OHM P C1731 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V L5001 645 033 8762 INDUCTOR,47U K C1732 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V L5002 645 033 8762 INDUCTOR,47U K C1733 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V L5003 645 033 8762 INDUCTOR,47U K C1734 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V L5004 645 033 8663 INDUCTOR,10U K C1735 403 335 4802 CERAMIC 0.33U K 6.3V L5006 645 037 0632 INDUCTOR,47U M C1736 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V L5007 645 033 8762 INDUCTOR,47U K C1737 403 346 2309 CERAMIC 0.1U K 10V L5009 645 049 1825 IMPEDANCE,180 OHM P C1738 403 311 5809 CERAMIC 47P J 50V L5010 645 049 1825 IMPEDANCE,180 OHM P C1739 403 311 5809 CERAMIC 47P J 50V L5011 645 040 3286 INDUCTOR,22U M C1740 403 311 5809 CERAMIC 47P J 50V L5012 645 033 8663 INDUCTOR,10U K C1741 403 358 3202 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V L5013 645 033 8663 INDUCTOR,10U K C1746 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V L5014 645 021 5315 INDUCTOR,110 OHM C1748 403 358 3202 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V L5016 645 037 0632 INDUCTOR,47U M C1754 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V L5401 645 037 0618 INDUCTOR,15U M C1775 403 207 0307 CERAMIC 1U Z 16V L9001 645 020 1912 INDUCTOR,240 OHM C3001 403 345 4304 TA-SOLID 22U M 10V (TRANSFORMERS) C3002 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V T5001 645 048 5831 TRANS,POWER,PULSE C3003 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V T5002 645 047 2336 TRANS,POWER,PULSE C3005 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V T5003 645 027 5425 TRANS,POWER,PULSE C3007 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V T5401 645 044 6641 TRANS,STEP UP C3008 403 323 9406 TA-SOLID 10U M 10V T5402 645 031 6951 TRANS,STEP UP C3009 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V (CAPACITORS) C3010 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V C1001 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C3011 403 311 7506 CERAMIC 22P J 50V C1002 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C3012 403 309 8607 CERAMIC 18P J 50V C1003 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C3051 403 207 0307 CERAMIC 1U Z 16V C1004 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C3052 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C1005 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C3053 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C1006 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C3054 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C1007 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C3056 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V C1008 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C3057 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C1009 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V C5001 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V C1010 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C5002 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V C1011 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C5003 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V C1012 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C5004 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V C1013 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C5005 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V C1014 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C5006 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V C1015 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C5007 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V C1016 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C5008 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V C1017 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C5009 403 338 4403 CERAMIC 0.1U K 16V C1061 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C5010 403 338 4403 CERAMIC 0.1U K 16V C1062 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C5011 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V C1063 403 324 0501 CERAMIC 10U Z 10V C5012 403 343 8700 CERAMIC 1U M 12V C1064 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C5013 403 352 7305 CERAMIC 4.7U K 6.3V C1071 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C5014 403 343 8700 CERAMIC 1U M 12V C1072 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C5015 403 352 7305 CERAMIC 4.7U K 6.3V C1073 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C5016 403 348 9108 CERAMIC 0.47U K 6.3V C1074 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C5017 403 319 3005 CERAMIC 220P J 25V C1101 403 311 5809 CERAMIC 47P J 50V C5018 403 338 4403 CERAMIC 0.1U K 16V, C5019 403 311 7605 CERAMIC 2200P K 50V C9051 403 213 5501 ELECT 10U M 25V C5020 403 338 4403 CERAMIC 0.1U K 16V C9052 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C5021 403 338 4403 CERAMIC 0.1U K 16V C9053 403 164 0204 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V C5022 403 317 1201 CERAMIC 0.22U K 50V C9054 403 164 0204 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V C5026 403 317 1201 CERAMIC 0.22U K 50V C9056 403 218 4905 ELECT 4.7U M 35V C5027 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V C9057 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V C5029 403 340 1803 CERAMIC 1U M 25V C9058 403 164 0204 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V C5030 403 340 1803 CERAMIC 1U M 25V C9059 403 280 3400 ELECT 47U M 35V C5031 403 343 3101 CERAMIC 1U K 6.3V C9501 403 338 4403 CERAMIC 0.1U K 16V C5033 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V C9502 403 332 9503 CERAMIC 1U M 6.3V C5034 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V C9503 403 155 1807 CERAMIC 0.01U K 25V C5035 403 311 7605 CERAMIC 2200P K 50V (RESISTOR PACKS) C5036 403 340 6907 CERAMIC 1U K 16V RB101 645 037 0816 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5037 403 340 6907 CERAMIC 1U K 16V OR 645 036 3528 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5038 403 340 6907 CERAMIC 1U K 16V RB102 645 037 0816 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5039 403 334 3806 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V OR 645 036 3528 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5040 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V RB103 645 037 0816 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5041 403 367 6607 POS-SOLID 47U M 6.3V OR 645 036 3528 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5042 403 311 7704 CERAMIC 4700P K 25V RB104 645 037 0816 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5043 403 311 1801 CERAMIC 1U K 10V OR 645 036 3528 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5044 403 367 6607 POS-SOLID 47U M 6.3V RB109 645 037 0816 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5045 403 311 7704 CERAMIC 4700P K 25V OR 645 036 3528 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5047 403 325 0500 CERAMIC 2.2U K 16V RB110 645 037 0816 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5048 403 340 6907 CERAMIC 1U K 16V OR 645 036 3528 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5049 403 311 7605 CERAMIC 2200P K 50V RB111 645 037 0816 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5050 403 348 9108 CERAMIC 0.47U K 6.3V OR 645 036 3528 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5052 403 113 4109 CERAMIC 2200P K 50V RB112 645 037 0816 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5054 403 309 8706 CERAMIC 100P J 50V OR 645 036 3528 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5055 403 340 6907 CERAMIC 1U K 16V RB113 645 037 0816 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5057 403 333 3609 POS-SOLID 33U M 10V OR 645 036 3528 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5058 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V RB121 645 037 0816 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5059 403 333 3609 POS-SOLID 33U M 10V OR 645 036 3528 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5401 403 341 4407 CERAMIC 0.047U K 350V RB122 645 037 0816 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5402 403 330 5903 CERAMIC 0.01U K 500V OR 645 036 3528 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5403 403 163 9604 CERAMIC 0.033U Z 25V RB123 645 037 0816 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5404 403 311 4505 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V OR 645 036 3528 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5405 403 341 4803 CERAMIC 10U K 10V RB124 645 037 0816 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5406 403 307 7008 CERAMIC 0.068U K 16V OR 645 036 3528 R-NETWORK 0X4 1/32W C5407 403 113 4109 CERAMIC 2200P K 50V RB301 645 020 7822 R-NETWORK 10KX4 0.063W C5412 404 087 6601 ELECT 120U A 330V (RESISTORS) C9001 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1001 401 224 9709 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/16W C9002 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1002 401 224 9709 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/16W C9003 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1003 401 224 9709 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/16W C9004 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1004 401 224 9709 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/16W C9005 403 311 7605 CERAMIC 2200P K 50V R1005 401 224 9709 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/16W C9006 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1006 401 224 9709 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/16W C9008 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1007 401 224 9709 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/16W C9009 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1008 401 224 9709 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/16W C9010 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1016 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C9011 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1018 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9012 403 320 5302 CERAMIC 0.15U K 25V R1019 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W C9013 403 345 4304 TA-SOLID 22U M 10V R1020 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W C9014 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V R1021 401 225 0200 MT-GLAZE 3.3K JA 1/16W C9015 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V R1061 401 226 2401 MT-GLAZE 560 JA 1/16W C9016 403 343 8700 CERAMIC 1U M 12V R1062 401 226 2401 MT-GLAZE 560 JA 1/16W C9017 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V R1063 401 225 0200 MT-GLAZE 3.3K JA 1/16W C9018 403 343 8700 CERAMIC 1U M 12V R1101 401 224 9402 MT-GLAZE 1.0M JA 1/16W C9019 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1102 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9022 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1103 401 224 9402 MT-GLAZE 1.0M JA 1/16W C9023 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1104 401 301 3507 MT-GLAZE 200 JA 1/16W C9024 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1105 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W C9025 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1301 401 225 0200 MT-GLAZE 3.3K JA 1/16W C9026 403 367 6102 CERAMIC 4.7U K 16V R1302 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W C9027 403 217 9604 ELECT 100U M 16V R1303 401 225 3805 MT-GLAZE 1.5K JA 1/16W C9028 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1304 401 225 1108 MT-GLAZE 27 JA 1/16W C9029 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1305 401 225 1108 MT-GLAZE 27 JA 1/16W C9030 403 338 4403 CERAMIC 0.1U K 16V R1306 401 224 9501 MT-GLAZE 2.2K JA 1/16W C9031 403 343 8700 CERAMIC 1U M 12V R1307 401 225 0200 MT-GLAZE 3.3K JA 1/16W C9040 403 343 8700 CERAMIC 1U M 12V R1419 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9042 403 343 8700 CERAMIC 1U M 12V R1421 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W C9043 403 164 0204 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V R1422 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W C9044 403 311 3409 CERAMIC 0.01U K 16V R1423 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W C9045 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1424 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W C9046 403 164 0204 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V R1501 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W C9047 403 164 0204 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 25V R1502 401 225 1603 MT-GLAZE 390 JA 1/16W C9048 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1604 401 225 1207 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/16W C9049 403 312 6805 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 16V R1605 401 225 1207 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/16W C9050 403 338 4403 CERAMIC 0.1U K 16V R1702 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W, LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION R1705 401 261 8109 MT-FILM 33K DD 1/16W R5015 401 240 9608 MT-GLAZE 680K JA 1/16W R1706 401 225 1801 MT-GLAZE 47 JA 1/16W R5016 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R1707 401 225 1801 MT-GLAZE 47 JA 1/16W R5017 401 224 9402 MT-GLAZE 1.0M JA 1/16W R1708 401 225 1801 MT-GLAZE 47 JA 1/16W R5020 401 261 3906 MT-FILM 2.2K DU 1/16W R1709 401 225 1801 MT-GLAZE 47 JA 1/16W R5021 401 261 8703 MT-FILM 22K DD 1/16W R1711 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5022 401 267 6604 MT-GLAZE 270K DC 1/16W R1712 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5025 401 240 9608 MT-GLAZE 680K JA 1/16W R1713 401 261 8307 MT-FILM 39K DD 1/16W R5026 401 267 6604 MT-GLAZE 270K DC 1/16W R1714 401 262 4508 MT-FILM 30K DD 1/16W R5027 401 263 5809 MT-GLAZE 330K DC 1/16W R1716 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5028 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R1717 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R5029 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R1718 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R5030 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R1719 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R5031 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R1720 401 262 3400 MT-FILM 39 DD 1/16W R5032 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R1721 401 262 3400 MT-FILM 39 DD 1/16W R5033 401 224 9402 MT-GLAZE 1.0M JA 1/16W R1722 401 262 3400 MT-FILM 39 DD 1/16W R5034 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R1725 401 225 0507 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W R5035 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R1726 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5036 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R1727 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5037 401 225 0507 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/16W R1743 401 261 7508 MT-FILM 100K DD 1/16W R5038 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R1765 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5039 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R1766 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5040 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R1767 401 261 8307 MT-FILM 39K DD 1/16W R5041 401 261 8703 MT-FILM 22K DD 1/16W R1768 401 261 8703 MT-FILM 22K DD 1/16W R5042 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R1775 401 261 3906 MT-FILM 2.2K DU 1/16W R5043 401 261 2404 MT-FILM 8.2K DU 1/16W R1901 401 225 0200 MT-GLAZE 3.3K JA 1/16W R5044 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R1902 401 225 0200 MT-GLAZE 3.3K JA 1/16W R5045 401 261 8703 MT-FILM 22K DD 1/16W R1904 401 225 0200 MT-GLAZE 3.3K JA 1/16W R5046 401 261 9106 MT-FILM 12K DD 1/16W R3001 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5047 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R3002 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5049 401 261 9106 MT-FILM 12K DD 1/16W R3003 401 224 8801 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W R5050 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R3004 401 224 8801 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W R5051 401 261 2404 MT-FILM 8.2K DU 1/16W R3005 401 224 8801 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W R5052 401 261 5900 MT-FILM 330 DU 1/16W R3006 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5053 401 261 4309 MT-FILM 1.2K DU 1/16W R3007 401 224 8801 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W R5054 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R3010 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5056 401 261 9106 MT-FILM 12K DD 1/16W R3011 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5057 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R3012 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5058 401 261 9304 MT-FILM 15K DD 1/16W R3013 401 224 8801 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W R5059 401 261 3708 MT-FILM 1.8K DU 1/16W R3015 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5060 401 261 5900 MT-FILM 330 DU 1/16W R3016 401 225 1207 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/16W R5061 401 258 7009 MT-GLAZE 150K DC 1/16W R3017 401 225 1207 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/16W R5062 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R3018 401 225 1207 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/16W R5063 401 258 7009 MT-GLAZE 150K DC 1/16W R3021 401 225 1207 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/16W R5064 401 261 8109 MT-FILM 33K DD 1/16W R3022 401 225 1207 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/16W R5065 401 261 9502 MT-FILM 18K DD 1/16W R3023 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R5066 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R3024 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R5067 401 225 2105 MT-GLAZE 12K JA 1/16W R3026 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R5068 401 225 1702 MT-GLAZE 39K JA 1/16W R3027 401 224 9907 MT-GLAZE 22K JA 1/16W R5069 401 224 8801 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W R3028 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R5070 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R3030 401 263 5809 MT-GLAZE 330K DC 1/16W R5071 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R3031 401 258 9300 MT-GLAZE 220K DC 1/16W R5072 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R3032 401 225 1702 MT-GLAZE 39K JA 1/16W R5074 401 261 8901 MT-FILM 27K DD 1/16W R3033 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5075 401 261 8901 MT-FILM 27K DD 1/16W R3034 401 224 9006 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5076 401 225 1207 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/16W R3035 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R5077 401 261 2602 MT-FILM 10K DU 1/16W R3036 401 225 1207 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/16W R5078 401 261 4903 MT-FILM 820 DU 1/16W R3037 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R5079 401 261 3708 MT-FILM 1.8K DU 1/16W R3038 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R5080 401 261 2701 MT-FILM 4.7K DU 1/16W R3039 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R5087 401 261 4101 MT-FILM 2.7K DU 1/16W R3051 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5088 401 261 9601 MT-FILM 68 DD 1/16W R3052 401 224 9303 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5401 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R3053 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R5408 401 037 3406 MT-GLAZE 82 JA 1/8W R3054 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R5409 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5001 401 224 8801 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W R5410 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5002 401 224 8801 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W R5411 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5003 401 224 8801 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W R5413 401 105 0603 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5004 401 224 8801 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W R5414 401 105 0504 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5005 401 224 9402 MT-GLAZE 1.0M JA 1/16W R5417 402 078 4407 MT-GLAZE 10M FKG 1/8W R5006 401 224 9402 MT-GLAZE 1.0M JA 1/16W R5418 401 105 5806 MT-GLAZE 56 JA 1/16W R5007 401 224 9402 MT-GLAZE 1.0M JA 1/16W R5419 401 261 7300 MT-FILME 82K DD 1/16W R5008 401 224 8801 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W R5422 402 079 0200 MT-GLAZE 220K JKG 1/8W R5009 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5424 401 105 5806 MT-GLAZE 56 JA 1/16W R5010 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5425 402 077 7409 MT-GLAZE 100K JKG 1/8W R5011 401 226 1503 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5426 401 105 5509 MT-GLAZE 470K JA 1/16W R5012 401 267 6604 MT-GLAZE 270K DC 1/16W R5429 401 105 0603 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5013 401 267 6604 MT-GLAZE 270K DC 1/16W R5432 401 105 3901 MT-GLAZE 33 JA 1/16W R5014 401 240 9608 MT-GLAZE 680K JA 1/16W R5471 401 105 5301 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/16W, LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION R9003 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W ACCESSORIES & PACKING MATERIALS R9004 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R9005 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W R9006 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W 636 063 2004 CARTON CASE INNER-SB117/E,VPC-R1E ONLY R9007 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W 636 063 1991 CARTON CASE INNER-SB117/U,VPC-R1 ONLY R9008 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W 636 063 3599 CARTON CASE INNER-SB117EX, R9009 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W VPC-R1EX ONLY R9010 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W 636 064 3642 CARTON CASE INNER-117/EX2,VPC-R1G ONLY R9011 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W 636 063 2042 REINFORCEMENT PAD,A-117/U R9012 401 225 7902 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/16W 636 063 2059 REINFORCEMENT PAD,B-117/U R9016 401 261 3906 MT-FILM 2.2K DU 1/16W 645 050 2248 CABLE,DSC USB,SB117 R9017 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W 645 052 3182 DISC,CD-ROM DRIVER 117U[ R9024 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W Sanyo Software Pack 6.0],[PDF of the instruction R9025 401 225 1801 MT-GLAZE 47 JA 1/16W manual(English,German,French,Spanish)] R9026 401 261 7706 MT-FILM 56K DD 1/16W 645 051 7518 DISC,CD-ROM MANUAL117ASIA, R9027 401 261 8109 MT-FILM 33K DD 1/16W [PDF of the instruction Manual(Chinese,Korea)], R9028 401 261 2602 MT-FILM 10K DU 1/16W VPC-R1G ONLY R9029 401 225 0606 MT-GLAZE 5.6K JA 1/16W 9113 636 063 3490 INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAMERA(English) R9030 401 237 2506 MT-GLAZE 4.7 JA 1/16W 9114 636 063 3506 INSTRUCTION MANUAL[About the PDF-format R9031 401 224 9709 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/16W instruction manuals] R9032 401 224 9709 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/16W 9115 636 056 1007 STRAP HAND-SR662/J R9034 401 224 9907 MT-GLAZE 22K JA 1/16W 9116 636 064 6070 INSTLUCTION MANUAL R9035 401 225 0200 MT-GLAZE 3.3K JA 1/16W [Sanyo Software Pack 6.0(English)] R9036 401 224 8801 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W 9117 636 064 6087 INSTLUCTION MANUAL R9037 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W [Panorama Sticher(English)] R9038 401 258 0406 MT-GLAZE 120K DC 1/16W 9118 636 064 6094 INSTLUCTION MANUAL R9039 401 224 9709 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/16W [Ulead Photo Exprorer(English)] R9040 401 224 9709 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/16W R9041 401 261 7508 MT-FILM 100K DD 1/16W R9043 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R9045 401 261 8802 MT-FILM 24K DD 1/16W R9046 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R9047 401 224 8900 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/16W R9501 401 301 1701 MT-GLAZE 200K DC 1/16W STRAP HAND CABLE,DSC USB,SB117 R9502 401 261 8505 MT-FILM 47K DD 1/16W R9504 401 105 7909 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W (SWITCHES) S3001 645 045 2857 SWITCH,PUSH S3002 645 045 2857 SWITCH,PUSH AC Adaptor: VAR-G5U/G5EX/G5E (Option) S3003 645 045 2857 SWITCH,PUSH S3004 645 045 2857 SWITCH,PUSH LOCATION PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION S3005 645 045 2857 SWITCH,PUSH S3006 645 045 2857 SWITCH,PUSH 645 030 1773 CORD,POWER-1.6MK, VAR-G5U ONLY S3008 645 029 5812 SWITCH,SLIDE 1P-3T 645 002 6805 CORD,POWER-1.875MK, VAR-G5EX ONLY (FUSES) 645 036 7434 CORD,POWER-1.2MK, VAR-G5E ONLY PR501 423 028 0904 FUSE 32V 2A PR502 423 028 1307 FUSE 32V 1.5A PR503 423 028 1505 FUSE 32V 1A N.S.P. PR504 423 028 1505 FUSE 32V 1A (VAR-G5U) (JACK) JK501 645 050 0817 SOCKET,DC Cord, Power (CONNECTORS) (VAR-G5E) CN110 645 049 1405 SOCKET,USB 5P CN141 645 050 8431 PLUG,CARD 50P (N.S.P) CN171 645 004 7183 SOCKET,FPC 24P (N.S.P) CN951 645 037 6139 SOCKET,FFC 6P (N.S.P) (VAR-G5EX) (MISCELLANEOUS) 636 063 8808 SPACER FL CONDENCER-117/U Y1001 411 002 4901 SCR PAN 2X4 N.S.P.: Not available as service parts.

COMPL PWB,TB-1

636 062 8144 (SWITCH) S3501 645 046 8452 SWITCH,PUSH 1P-2TX1,,

CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS & PRINTED WIRING BOARDS

TABLE OF CONTENTS OVERALL WIRING & BLOCK DIAGRAMS OVERALL WIRING C1 OVERALL CIRCUIT C2 CAMERA CIRCUIT C3 SYSTEM CONTROL CIRCUIT C4 LENS CIRCUIT C5 FLASH CIRCUIT POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS CP1 BOARD (CAA) CAMERA C6 CP1 BOARD (CAB) MAIN, LCD DRIVER & LENS C7 CP1 BOARD (STA) FLASH & POWER SUPPLY C10 CP1 BOARD (SYA) SYSTEM CONTROL C13 MAIN & LCD DRIVER CIRCUIT WAVEFORMS C14 TB1 BOARD SWITCH PRINTED WIRING BOARDS (P.W.B.) CP1 P.W.B. (SIDE A & B) C15 TB1 P.W.B. (SIDE A & B), NOTES: 1. All resistance values in "OHMS" unless otherwise noted. (K=1,000 ; M=1,000,000) 2. All capacitance values in "µF" unless otherwise noted. p=pico farad ; µ ,u or U=micro farad 3. All inductance values in "µH" unless otherwise noted. µ ,u or U=micro henry ; m=milli henry 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 VOLT- AGE RATINGS SHOWN. EXPLANATORY NOTES (EXAMPLES) Resistor 10K:1/16J means 10kilo ohm ±5%, 1/16watt max. 1M:1/10K means 1mega ohm ±10%, 1/10watt max. Capacitor 0.047:F means 0.047micro farad, Ftype. Electrolytic capacitor 10:16 means 10micro farad, 16volt max. Inductor 330:J means 330micro henry ±5% 470:K means 470micro henry ±10% No description J or K means ±5% PAL-C-EX,

OVERALL WIRING & BLOCK DIAGRAMS

K K OVERALL WIRINGJJIIHHGGFFEEDDCCBBAA12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 C1, K K

OVERALL CIRCUIT

J J

SYA BLOCK

X3002 X3001 SCAN OUT 32.768KHz 4MHz KEYSCAN IN I BUZZER I 8Bit Micro Controller

IC301

H CAB BLOCK H X1102 X1101 28.63636MHz 48MHz

CAA BLOCK (MAIN) (USB) IC905 IC901 IC102 ASIC

G LENS CCD CDS PTG SIO 32BIT CPU CLOCK GENERATOR G A/D

IC171

RGB LCD VIDEO PLAYER LCD DRIVER

DISPLAY FCP

F F

CN110

ITP COM PORT USB I/FEEGPIO MEMORY

CONTROLLER IC121

D FLASH MEMORY D

IC103 SDRAM CN141

C CF CARDCBBAA12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

C2

,

CAMERA CIRCUIT

KKJJIIHHGGFFEEDDCCBBAA12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 C3, AL3.2V

UNREG

LI VDD BAT RESET

OFF

K K

SYSTEM CONTROL CIRCUIT

+3.2V_LED

UNREG

JJ8765IIC302 X3002 X3001 I BATTERY 32.768KHz 4MHz

BACKUP

123444 45 15 16 X0A X1A X1 X0HH+ 53 VCC 19 STROBO_V 9 - P.ST. 31 CHARGE 47BAT_OFF POWER BLOCK 13 VSS PON 34GGDC_IN 14 23 SI3

IC301

22 SI2 UNREG (S) 7 21 SI1 8Bit Micro Controller F 20 SI0 F VDD3 6 CF_IN TEST Shutter 2nd Shutter 1st 75 VDD3 8SO0 PLAY LCD OFF LCD ON COVER SW MAIN(ASIC) BLOCK76 SO1 DOWN RIGHT LEFT UP 77 SO2 PLL_EN 27 E +3.2V_LED - SET MODE FOCUS E78 SO3 USB_CNT 28 REQACK 29 37 VF_LED_G SDIR 30 D VF LED(GREEN) RESETB 33 D 42 SELF_LED_R EXT_IRQ1 38 SELF LED (RED) SDATA (SI) 39 BUZZER 46 BUZZER SDATA (SO) 40CC+3.2V 5 AVCC SCLK 41 4 AVR 3 AVSSBB+3.2V_SW 32 +3.2V_SWAA12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

C4

, K K LENS CIRCUIT POWER SUPPLY CIRCUITJJIIHHGGFFFLASH CIRCUITEEDDCCBBAA12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 C5,

CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS

K K CP1 BOARD (CAA) CAMERAJJIIHHGGFFEEDDCCBBAA12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 C6, CP1 BOARD (CAB) MAIN, LCD DRIVER & LENSKKJJIIHHGCAB(LCD) GFFECAB(LENS) EDDCCBB

CAB(MAIN)

AA12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 C7,

CAB(

CP1 BOARD (CAB) MAIN, LCD DRIVER & LENS [LEFT] KKJJIIHHGGFFEEDDCCBBAA12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 C8,

CAB(LCD) CAB(LENS) CAB(MAIN)

CP1 BOARD (CAB) MAIN, LCD DRIVER & LENS [RIGHT] KKJJIIHHGGFFEEDDCCBBAA12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 C9, K CP1 BOARD (STA) FLASH & POWER SUPPLYKJJIIHHGGFFEEDDCCBBAA12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 C10, CP1 BOARD (STA) FLASH & POWER SUPPLY [LEFT] KKJJIIHHGGFFEEDDCCBBAA12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 C11, CP1 BOARD (STA) FLASH & POWER SUPPLY [RIGHT] KKJJIIHHGGFFEEDDCCBBAA12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 C12, CP1 BOARD (SYA) SYSTEM CONTROLKKJJIIHHGGFFEEDDCCBBAA12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 C13, K K MAIN & LCD DRIVER CIRCUIT WAVEFORMS TB1 BOARD SWITCH TEST WAVEFORM TEST WAVEFORM J LOCATION LOCATION J X1101 IC171 PIN 19 CKH2II1V/div 1V/div 10ns/div 200ns/div H X1102 IC171 H PIN 21 PCG2 1V/div 1V/div G 10ns/div 10µs/div G IC171 IC171 F PIN 2 PIN 26 F HD IN STV 1V/div 1V/div 10µs/div 4ms/divEEIC171 IC171 PIN 3 PIN 28 D VD IN CKV1 D 1V/div 1V/div 4ms/div 20µs/divCCIC171 IC171 PIN 17 PIN 29 XSTH XENB 1V/div 1V/div

B

10µs/div 10µs/div B WF-SB117AA12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 C14, CP1 BOARD (SYA) SYSTEM CONTROLKKJJIIHHGGFFEEDDCCBBAA12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 C13, K K MAIN & LCD DRIVER CIRCUIT WAVEFORMS TB1 BOARD SWITCH TEST WAVEFORM TEST WAVEFORM J LOCATION LOCATION J X1101 IC171 PIN 19 CKH2II1V/div 1V/div 10ns/div 200ns/div H X1102 IC171 H PIN 21 PCG2 1V/div 1V/div G 10ns/div 10µs/div G IC171 IC171 F PIN 2 PIN 26 F HD IN STV 1V/div 1V/div 10µs/div 4ms/divEEIC171 IC171 PIN 3 PIN 28 D VD IN CKV1 D 1V/div 1V/div 4ms/div 20µs/divCCIC171 IC171 PIN 17 PIN 29 XSTH XENB 1V/div 1V/div

B

10µs/div 10µs/div B WF-SB117AA12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 C14,

PRINTED WIRING BOARDS (P.W.B.)

K CP1 P.W.B. (SIDE A) CP1 P.W.B. (SIDE B) KJJTB1 P.W.B. (SIDE A) IIHHGGTB1 P.W.B. (SIDE B) FFEEDDCCBBAA12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 C15, SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. Nov./’01 Osaka, Japan]
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