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DSC-S40 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model Ver 1.2 2005.09 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model How to use E Model Acrobat Reader Australian Model Hong Kong Model Chinese Model Korea Model Japanese Model Tourist Model Link SPECIFICATIONS BLOCK DIAGRAMS PRINTED WIRING BOARDS SERVICE NOTE FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM REPAIR PARTS LIST DISASSEMBLY SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS • For ADJUSTMENTS (SECTION 6), refer to SERVICE MANUAL, ADJ (9-876-868-51). • For INSTRUCTION MANUAL, refer to SERVICE MANUAL, LEVEL 1 (9-876-868-41). • This service manual contains information for Japanese model as well. • Refe...
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DSC-S40 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model Ver 1.2 2005.09 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model

How to use E Model Acrobat Reader Australian Model

Hong Kong Model Chinese Model Korea Model Japanese Model Tourist Model Link SPECIFICATIONS BLOCK DIAGRAMS PRINTED WIRING BOARDS SERVICE NOTE FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM REPAIR PARTS LIST DISASSEMBLY SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

• For ADJUSTMENTS (SECTION 6), refer to SERVICE MANUAL, ADJ (9-876-868-51). • For INSTRUCTION MANUAL, refer to SERVICE MANUAL, LEVEL 1 (9-876-868-41). • This service manual contains information for Japanese model as well. • Reference No. search on printed wiring boards is available. • The Cautions at the Time of Lens Block handling • Method for Copying or Erasing the Data in Internal Memory. • The Method of Attachment of FP-176 Flexible Board. • HELP: Sheet attachment positions and procedures of processing the flexible boards/harnesses are shown. On the CH-169 and SY-116 boards This service manual procides the information that is premised the circuit board replacement service and not intended repair inside the CH-169 and SY-116 boards. Therefore, schematic diagram, printed wiring board and electrical parts list of the CH-169 and SY-116 boards are not shown. The following pages are not shown. DIGITAL STILL CAMERA Schematic diagrams ... Pages 4-9 to 4-26 Printed wiring boards ... Pages 4-37 to 4-40 Waveforms ... Pages 4-49 Mounted parts location ... Pages 4-50 Electrical parts list ... Pages 5-6 and 5-8 to 5-11 The above-described information is shown in service manual Level 3. DSC-S40 2005I0500-1 © 2005.9 9-876-868-31 Sony EMCS Co. Published by DI Technical Support Department,

SPECIFICATIONS Camera [Power, general]

[System] Power R6 (size AA) Alkaline batteries (2), 3 V Image device 6.85 mm (1/2.7 type) color HR 15/51:HR6 (size AA) CCD, Primary color filter Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries Total pixel number of camera (2, not supplied), 2.4 V Approx. 4 231 000 pixels ZR6 (size AA) Oxy Nickel Primary Battery (2, not Effective pixel number of camera supplied), 3 V Approx. 4 065 000 pixels AC-LS5K AC Adaptor (not Lens Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar supplied), 4.2 V 3× zoom lens Power consumption f = 5.1 - 15.3 mm (32 - 96 mm (during shooting with the LCD screen on) when converted to a 35 mm still 0.9 W camera) F2.8 - 5.1 Operating temperature Automatic ND filter switching 0°C to +40°C (+32°F to +104°F) Exposure control Automatic exposure, Scene Selection (7 modes) Storage temperature −20°C to +60°C (−4°F to White balance Automatic, Daylight, Cloudy, +140°F) Fluorescent, Incandescent Dimensions 99×51.7×34.2 mm File format (DCF compliant) (4×2 1/8×1 3/8 inches) Still images: Exif Ver. 2.2 (W/H/D, excluding maximum JPEG compliant, DPOF protrusions) compatible Movies: MPEG1 compliant Mass Approx. 180 g (6.4 oz) (Monaural) (including two batterries and wrist strap) Recording media Internal memory 32 MB “Memory Stick” Microphone Electret condenser microphone Flash Recommended distance (ISO Speaker Dynamic speaker set to Auto): 0.2 m to 3.8 m Exif Print Compatible (7 7/8 inches to 12 feet 5 19/32 inches) (W)/0.5 m to 2.1 m PRINT Image Matching III (19 11/16 inches to 6 feet Compatible 10 11/16 inches) (T) PictBridge Compatible [Input and Output connectors] Design and specifications are subject to change USB jack mini-B without notice. USB communication Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0 compliant) [LCD screen] LCD panel 3.8 cm (1.5 type) TFT drive Total number of dots 76 800 (320×240) dots — 2 —,

CAUTION

Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type. SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!! ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT À LA SÉCURITÉ! COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE WITH LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFÉS PAR UNE MARQUE 0 SUR LES MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN THE PARTS DIAGRAMMES SCHÉMATIQUES ET LA LISTE DES PIÈCES SONT LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ DE FONCTIONNEMENT. NE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS REMPLACER CES COMPOSANTS QUE PAR DES PIÈSES SONY APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS DONT LES NUMÉROS SONT DONNÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU PUBLISHED BY SONY. DANS LES SUPPÉMENTS PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.

SAFETY CHECK-OUT

After correcting the original service problem, perform the following safety checks before releasing the set to the customer. 1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly-soldered Unleaded solder connections. Check the entire board surface for solder splashes Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the lead- and bridges. free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead. 2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are (Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with the lead free mark due to their particular size.) "pinched" or contact high-wattage resistors. 3. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transistors, that were installed during a previous repair. Point : LEAD FREE MARK them out to the customer and recommend their replacement. Unleaded solder has the following characteristics. 4. Look for parts which, through functioning, show obvious signs • Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40°C higher than of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and ordinary solder. recommend their replacement. Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time. 5. Check the B+ voltage to see it is at the values specified. Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to 6. FLEXIBLE Circuit Board Repairing about 350°C. • Keep the temperature of the soldering iron around 270°C Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the during repairing. heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful! • Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the • Strong viscosity circuit board (within 3 times). Unleaded solder is more viscous (sticky, less prone to flow) than • Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges occur such or unsoldering. as on IC pins, etc. • Usable with ordinary solder It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may also be added to ordinary solder. — 3 —, TABLE OF CONTENTS Section Title Page Section Title Page 1. SERVICE NOTE 1-1. Note for Repair ································································ 1-1 1-2. Discharging of The ST-116 Board’s Charging Capacitor (C901) ············································· 1-1 1-3. The Cautions at the Time of Lens Block Handling ········· 1-2 1-4. Description on Self-diagnosis Display ···························· 1-2 1-5. Method for Copying or Erasing the Data in Internal Memory ··········································································· 1-3 1-6. Process After Fixing Flash Error ····································· 1-4 2. DISASSEMBLY 2-1. Disassembly ····································································· 2-1 2-2. SY-116 Board Service Position ······································· 2-5 2-3 The Method of Attachment of FP-176 Flexible Board ···· 2-7 2-4. Circuit Boards Location ·················································· 2-9 3. BLOCK DIAGRAMS 3-1. Overall Block Diagram (1/2) ··········································· 3-1 3-2. Overall Block Diagram (2/2) ··········································· 3-3 3-3. Power Block Diagram ····················································· 3-5 4. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-1. Frame Schematic Diagram ·············································· 4-1 4-2. Schematic Diagrams ························································ 4-5 CD-575 FLEXIBLE (CCD IMAGER) ··························· 4-7 SW-437 BOARD (CONTROL SWITCH) ···················· 4-27 ST-116 BOARD (FLASH DRIVE) ······························ 4-29 MS-259 FLEXIBLE (MEMORY STICK CONNECTOR) ···························· 4-31 FP-176 FLEXIBLE (LENS COVER MOTOR) ············································ 4-31 CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (RL51320) ·················· 4-32 4-3. Printed Wiring Boards ··················································· 4-35 SW-437 ······································································· 4-41 ST-116 ······································································· 4-45 MS-259 FLEXIBLE ····················································· 4-46 FP-176 FLEXIBLE ······················································· 4-47 4-5. Mounted Parts Location ················································ 4-51 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1. Exploded Views ······························································· 5-2 5-1-1.Overall Assembly ··························································· 5-2 5-1-2.BT Holder Block ····························································· 5-3 5-1-3.Batery Holder Section ··················································· 5-4 5-2. Electrical Parts List ························································· 5-5 — 4 —, 1. SERVICE NOTE 1-1. NOTE FOR REPAIR Make sure that the flat cable and flexible board are not cracked of When remove a connector, don’t pull at wire of connector. bent at the terminal. It is possible that a wire is snapped. Do not insert the cable insufficiently nor crookedly. When installing a connector, don’t press down at wire of connector. It is possible that a wire is snapped. Cut and remove the part of gilt which comes off at the point. (Be careful or some pieces of gilt may be left inside) 1-2. DISCHARGING OF THE ST-116

BOARD’S CHARGING CAPACITOR

(C901) Discharging the Capacitor The charging capacitor (C901) of ST-116 board is charged up to the Short-circuit between the positive and the negative terminals of maximum 300 V potential. charged capacitor with the short jig about 10 seconds. There is a danger of electric shock by this high voltage when the capacitor is handled by hand. The electric shock is caused by the charged voltage which is kept without discharging when the main power of the unit is simply turned off. Therefore, the remaining voltage must be discharged as described below. Preparing the Short Jig To preparing the short jig, a small clip is attached to each end of a resistor of 1 kΩ /1 W (1-215-869-11). Wrap insulating tape fully around the leads of the resistor to prevent electrical shock. 1 kΩ/1 W R:1 kΩ/1 W (Part code: 1-215-869-11) Wrap insulating tape. 1-1, 1-3. THE CAUTIONS AT THE TIME OF LENS BLOCK HANDLING In case you deal with a lens block, be careful of the following things. CD-575 flexible board is integrated with the lens block. Do not touch or separate the CD board. CD-575 flexible board becomes only exchange by lens block. Have the portion of upper and lower arrows with two fingers. Touch the flexible board of motor side recklessly or don’t bend it., because the mounted chip parts could be peeled if the flexible board is curved. 1-4. DESCRIPTION ON SELF-DIAGNOSIS DISPLAY Self-diagnosis display • C: ss: ss You can reverse the camera malfunction yourself. (However, contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility when you cannot recover from the camera malfunction.) • E: ss: ss Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. Display Code Countermeasure Cause Caution Display During Error C:32:ss Turn the power off and on again. Trouble with hardware. SYSTEM ERROR Format the “Memory Stick” or internal “Memory Stick” or internal memory is FORMAT ERROR memory. unformatted. C:13:ss Insert a new “Memory Stick”. “Memory Stick” is broken. MEMORY STICK ERROR Turn the power off and on again. Trouble with internal memory. INTERNAL MEMORY ERROR E:61:ss Checking of lens drive circuit. When failed in the focus and zoom initialization. Checking of flash unit or replacement Abnormality when flash is being — E:91:ss of flash unit. (Note) charged. E:92:ss Insert batteries correctly. Batteries are not inserted correctly. Note: After repair, be sure to perfom “1-6. PROCESS AFTER FIXING FLASH ERROR”. 1-2, 1-5. METHOD FOR COPYING OR ERASING THE DATA IN INTERNAL MEMORY

The data can be copied/erased by the operations on the Setup screen. (When erasing the data, execute formatting the internal memory.) Note: 1 When replacing the SY-116 board, erase the data in internal memory of the board before replacement. Note: 2 When replacing the SY-116 board or the IC1401 on the SY-116 board, execute formatting and initialize the internal memory after

replacement.

Method for Copying the Data in Internal Memory

Copy Copies all images in the internal memory to a “Memory Stick”. OK See the following procedure. Cancel Cancels the copying. 1 Insert a “Memory Stick” having 32 MB or larger capacity. 2 Select [OK] with v on the control button, then press z. The message “All data in internal memory will be copied Ready?” appears. 3 Select [OK] with v , then press z. Copying starts. Copying 102_COPY • Use batteries with enough capacity or the AC Adaptor (not supplied). If you attempt to copy image files using batteries with little remaining capacity, the batteries may run out, causing copying to fail or possibly corrupting the data. • You cannot copy individual images. • The original images in the internal memory are retained even after copying. To delete the contents of the internal memory, remove the “Memory Stick” after copying, then execute the [Format] command in Internal Memory Tool. • You cannot select a folder copied on a “Memory Stick”. • The setting of (Print order) marks is not copied even when you copy data.

Method for Formatting the Internal Memory

Format Formats the internal memory. • Note that formatting irrevocably erases all data in the internal memory, including even protected images. OK See the following procedure. Cancel Cancels the formatting. 1 Select [OK] with v on the control button, then press z. The message “All data in internal memory will be erased Ready?” appears. 2 Select [OK] with v, then press z. The format is complete. 1-3, 1-6. PROCESS AFTER FIXING FLASH ERROR When “FLASH error” (Self-diagnosis Code E : 91 : ** ) occurs, to prevent any abnormal situation caused by high voltage, setting of the flash is changed automatically to disabling charge and flash setting. After fixing, this setting needs to be deactivated. Flash error code can be initialized by the operations on the Setup screen.

Method for Initializing the Flash Error Code

Initialize Initializes the setting to the default setting. OK See the following procedure. Cancel Cancels the resetting. 1 Select [OK] with v on the control button, then press z. The message “Initialize all settings Ready?” appears. 2 Select [OK] with v, then press z. The settings are reset to the default setting. • Make sure that the power is not disconnected during resetting. 1-4E, 2. DISASSEMBLY Link DISASSEMBLY SERVICE POSITION THE METHOD OF ATTACHMENT OF FP-176 FLEXIBLE BOARD CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION HELP, 2. DISASSEMBLY 2. DISASSEMBLY HELP The following flow chart shows the disassembly procedure. 2-1. DISASSEMBLY96qa530424Note: High-voltage cautions 2 Discharging the Capacitor 8 Short-circuit between the two points with the short jig about 10 seconds. 1 Screw x2 2 Claw x423Boss x4 4 FP-176 flexible board 1 Open the MS lid. 7 Cabinet (rear) block 2 Screw x3 8 Claw x2 3 Open the BT lid. 9 Claw x2 When you disassemble the FP-176 flexible board, 4 Claw x3 0 Connector: CN003 R:1 kΩ/1 W assemble with refer to page 2-7 " The method of (Part code: 5 Claw x1 qa Cabinet (front) block attachment of FP-176 flexible board ".1-215-869-11) 6 Claw x1 Note: The cautions at the time of lens block handling 5 In case you deal with a lens block, 1 3 be careful of the following things. CD-575 flexible board is integrated with the lens block. Do not touch or separate the CD board. 2 3 CD-575 flexible board becomes only exchange by lens block. Have the portion of upper14and lower arrows with two fingers. to Page 2-3 1 Connector: CN501 Touch the flexible board of motor side recklessly or 2 Claw x1 1 Connector x2: CN201, 401 don't bend it., because the mounted chip parts could 3 Rifting up the cabinet (upper) block. 2 Claw x1 be peeled if the flexible board is curved. 4 Connector: CN004 3 Connector: CN002 5 Cabinet (upper) block 4 Lens block 2-1 2-2, 2. DISASSEMBLY12from Page 2-213321Flexible bord x2 : CN502, 503 1 Claw x2 1 Flexible board: CN506 2 Claw x3 2 Hook x2 2 Claw x1 3 Connector: CN504 3 Memory stick conector 3 ST-116 board 4 SY-116 board 4 Connector: CN505111Claw x3 2 Remove the SW board section. 3 Flexible board: CN006 4 Claw x3 5 SW-437 board 5 D901, LCD901 2-3 2-4, 2. DISASSEMBLY 2-2. SY-116 BOARD SERVICE POSITION Connection cord (DK-2AA) (1-830-351-11) 1 1 Cabinet (upper) block 4 ST-116 board AC power 3 AC IN adaptor Battery holder 6 qa042814223MS connector Lens block 3 SY-116 board SW-437 board142D901, LCD90132Cabinet (front) block 2-5 2-6, 2. DISASSEMBLY 2-3. THE METHOD OF ATTACHMENT OF FP-176 FLEXIBLE BOARD 1 Insert the plate of lens cover motor 2 Insert the gear of lens cover motor, in the slot on the front cabinet. as you don't collide with the gear of 4 Insert the flexible board lens cover. in the slot on the front cabinet.Gear (lens cover motor) FP-176 flexible board Lens ring 3 As you make the rotate the lens ring in the direction of arrow, engage with the gear of lens cover motor. S002 (Close detect switch) Claw Boss Claw precision screw driver, etc. Boss Claw 7 P2 tapping screw 5 Assemble after pushing up the S002 Boss of FP-176 flexible board upwards. Boss Claw If it assembles then, the tip of S002 will break. 6 Check that the FP-176 flexible board has fitted into four claws and four bosses exactly. 2-7 2-8, Ver 1.1 2005.06 2. DISASSEMBLY 2-4. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION Control switch block (RL51320) ST-116 SW-437 CD-575 (included in Lens Block Assy) SY-116 (including CH-169) CH-169 (included in SY-116) MS-259 flexible FP-176 flexible Board Name Function CH-169 CCD SIGNAL PROCESS (included in SY-116) CD-575 CCD IMAGER (included in Lens Block Assy) FP-176 flexible LENS COVER MOTOR MS-259 flexible MEMORY STICK CONNECTOR ST-116 FLASH DRIVE SW-437 CONTROL SWITCH SY-116 CAMERA MODULE, CAMERA DSP, CPU, (CH-169 board)) LENS DRIVE, BURST FLASH, SDRAM, AND FLASH, AUDIO, DC/DC CONVERTER, CONNECTOR, LCD PANEL 2-9E,

HELP

Sheet attachment positions and procedures of processing the flexible boards/harnesses are shown. When affixing the radiation sheet (CD), take care not to apply excessive force to the sheet (CD) because the chip parts mounted on the CD-575 flexible board could be peeled off. Radiation sheet (CD) CD-575 Flexible board When turning over the CD-575 flexible board to affix the radiation sheet (CDL), take care not to turn it over strongly because the chip parts mounted on the CD-575 flexible board could be peeled off. Radiation sheet (CDL) CD-575 Flexible board

HELP

, 3. BLOCK DIAGRAMS Link OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/2) POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/2),

Ver 1.1 2005.06 3. BLOCK DIAGRAMS

3-1. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/2) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located.

CD-575 FLEXIBLE BOARD SY-116 BOARD (1/2)

LENS BLOCK CP201 PANEL UNIT LENS CH-169 BOARD

CAMERA MODULE

CN201 (1/8) K5 G4 H4 CN502 Q801 L5 H2 H1 D8 D797 98 100 22 21 17 BUFFER 6 CCD OUT 6 60 101 103 104 ı CA AD00 – CA AD13 J1 J2 M5 E8 E7 LCD D0 – LCD D7 ı D0 – D7 105324735 D6 D5 28 LCD901 10 14 18 J4 K4 M6Q805 K2 K1 E6 B4 E9 LCD HD, LCD CK HSYNC, DCLK 30 IC801 16 D9 29 COLOR CCD 77 45 CA HD LCDQ804 9 POWER SAVE H5 37 85 B8 LCD VD24VSYNC IMAGER PANELIC501 (8/8) SHUTTER ZOOM FOCUS ND FILTER IC101 CA FD XCS PANEL XCS MOTOR MOTOR MOTOR METER 19 W25 34 22 RG, H1B, H2B1553 80 46 J5 16 2 44 CCD SIGNAL F25 XVVCOM ADJ VVCOM 6

MMMM23 17 4 48 PROCESSOR, XSAN RST OUT XRESET 35

27 H1A, H2A 19 1 37 TIMING 30 20 3 40 GENERATOR SAN1 SO, XSAN1 SCK 32 SI, SCLK 9 24 9 ZOOM FOCUS 6 V2, V4, V5A, V5B, V6 IC1001 SENSOR HALL 27 12 16 91 56 47 CLKTGO3ıı5688 E1 (1/2) 1, 2 SENSOR ı 30 15 F2 CN504 D9011 CAMERA DSP, CPU (2/3) CN001 (2/3) CN006 BACKLIGHT 10 23 7 11 LENS CONTROL,V1, V3A, V3B XCS FE BL H BLH6825 10 12 86 39 U22 MODE CONTROL 18 185726 11 9 (2/8) VHLD BL L BLL214 10 20 72 89 40 19 17 VST 93 41 SAN1 SO, XSAN1 SCK 11 22 19 76 SW-437 BOARD (2/3) 25 SHT 11 SHT 21 82 92 42 XSAN RST OUT Q201 Q802 VSUB CONT 36 87 12 BL L TH801 VSUB CONT PRE 1 OVERALL (2/2)R23 BL H CCD TEMP TH2 33 LENS TMP2 LENS TMP1 AF4 XSAN RST OUT (PAGE 3-4) SENSOR J22LENS TMP2 K25 T2 U2 SAN1 SI, SAN1 SO, XSAN1 SCK SAN1 SO, XSAN1 SCK R6 IC401 CN401 G4 LENS TEMP TH1 24 LENS TMP1 (3/8) F5 SAN1 SI, SAN1 SO, XSAN1 SCK SENSOR G6 XSAN RST OUT FOCUS± 14 H1 F4 FOCUS G5 XCS IC 40121 F2 Y25 MOTOR H7 SYS VD SAN AUOUTHALL± 5 A5 DRIVE B9 H6 SAN 27M CLKO K26 3 A8 N1 L26 SAN AUIN 23 OVERALL (2/2) IRIS XCS AUDIOND± 22 IRIS± F8 MOTOR C7 IRIS IN, IRIS EN P4 Y26 2 (PAGE 3-3) 20 E8 DRIVE B8 N4 ZM EN, AC1 AD1 USB DP, USB DME1 H3 ZM DIR A, ZOOM A, XA, XB, B 26 F1 ZOOM ZM DIR B N2 USB DPULLUPı C1 MOTOR C2 N6 T5 33 DRIVE G3 D1 B1 M2 Q1001 USB VBUS ZM SENS OUT 1, 2 12 10 F7 LENS COVER SAN LENSV OPEN, MOTOR H8 SAN LENSV CLOSE AC14 AB6 AC4G7 SHUTTER± 18 DRIVE D6 AA14 AE4 AE5 MS BS, MS D0 – MS D3, MS CLK ı 15 AC5 AF6XLENSV OPEN SENSE Y22 XLENSV CLOSE SENSE AC23 XSAN RST OUT AB13 AA13 AE13 AF13 CN003 CN001 IC402 AF12 AE12 AA12 AC12FP-176 FLEXIBLE F5 XCAM DR PS P21 AC11 AB12 AE11 AF11 CPU D0 – CPU D15M001

BOARD (1/2) LENS COVER (1/2) (1/3)

CN504 (1/3) (3/8) IC 401 LENSV AE10 AB11 AC10 AB10MOTOR M 7ı LENSV OPEN, CLOSE 20 17ı ı OPEN, CLOSE MSHUT EN, AF21 AF20 AE20 AB18 AB19 AC19 AB16S001 D1 SHUTTER4 23 14 B3 MSHUT DIR R5 AE19 AF19 AF18 AE18 AA15 AC18 AC17 CPU A01 – CPU A21, CPU A25 LENS COVER XLENSV OPEN SENSE XLENSV OPEN SENSE B1 MOTOR AB15 AE17 AF17 AE16 AB14 AC16 AC15 AE14 OPEN DETECT 9 26 12 DRIVE B4 R25 11 XLENSV CLOSE SENSE 27 11 XLENSV CLOSE SENSES002 OVF EN, LENS COVER F2 B6 OVF DIR A, CLOSE DETECT F3 OVF B5 OVF DIR B L4MOTOR L2 CN002 E6 DRIVE C6D6 C5 N5 4 32 8 F4 K3 J3 G3 H7 H9 G6 G9 E8 D8 C8 B8 A8 B7 A7 F7 E6 E5 G5 B5ZM OVF ZM OVF ZOOM 2 36 4 XCPU CS4 F7 E8 D10 D9 C7 A2 B2 C2 A1 B1 C1 E4 G3 E3 G1M A, XA, B, XB A, XA, B, XB ZM SENS 1ST, 2ND V4 AC6 K10 H8 H10 G8 G10 D2 D1 D4 B6 A6 C6 B3 G7 F6 F5 F4OPTICAL MOTOR 3 34 6 IC1401 E7 E9 D7 E10 D5 F3 F2 E2 VIEW FINDER 1 38 2 U5 ZOOM 7 OVF SENS 29 10 OVF SENSSENSOR U4 32M AND FLASH IC1201 (5/8)

SW-437BOARD (1/3) 32M BURST FLASH

XCPU CS0 (4/8)AE6 E7 AF9 SAN 27M CLKO B4

ST-116 BOARD T001

XE_A(H) D00154ST UNREG D21 D22 D20 B22 A22 A233568911 12 14 1 B23 E20 E21 B24 A24 A25 17 29 32 34 35 37B25 C25 C26 B26 E10 A10 D10 E11 B10 A11 B11 E12 DSP DQ00 – DSP DQ31, DSP DQM0 – DSP DQM3 38 40 41 43 48 50 3 51 53 54 56 57 59FLASH TRIGGER CN001 CN506 D11 D12 F12 B12 A12 E13 62 74 77 79 80 82 UNIT STRB CHG STRB CHG D13 D14 F13 B15 F14 E14 83 85 86 881 R22IC001844D17 D18 D16 B18 A1979XSTRB FULL 9 XSTRB FULL V23 B19 E16 D19 E19 E17 DSP AQ00 – DSP AQ11, DSP QBA0, DSP QBA1 22 – 28 2 FLASH B20 A20 B21 A21 63 – 69 XE_K(L) CONTROL, IC1203 CHARGE A18 DSP QCLKQ001 71 128M SDRAM CONTROL 4 11 STRB ON 11 STRB ON R4 A17 DSP QCLKECHARGE+ 70 (4/8) C901 10 STRB CHG CONTA : VIDEO SIGNAL CHARGING + 6 5 10 STRB CHG CONT AB22

A : AUDIO SIGNAL CAPACITOR CHARGE- A : VIDEO/AUDIO SIGNAL 05

3-1 3-2 CPU A20, A21, A25 CPU D0 – CPU D15 CPU A01 – CPU A21 CPU D0 – CPU D15, 3-2. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/2) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located.

SY-116 BOARD (2/2) CN505 MS-259 FLEXIBLE BOARD

9 2 MS BS, MS D0 – MS D3, MS CLK MS BS, DATA0 – DATA3, SCLK ı6 MS BS, DATA0 – DATA3, SCLKı47MEMORYSTICK38XMS IN INT5 6 SP± 13 SP± SP901 14 SPEAKER 16 BT001

LITHIUM OVERALL (1/2) BATTERY

(PAGE 3-2) 2 SAN AUOUT E5 A5A2 IC301 SAN AUIN E6 AUDIO AMP B6 F3 (6/8)

SW-437 BOARD (3/3)

CN504 SAN1 SO, XSAN1 SCK E3 (3/3) CN001 (3/3) CN004 MIC901 XCS AUDIO E4 MIC SIG 26 9 MIC SIG 2 CN005 USB DP, USB DM USB DP, USB DM 32 3 330 5 D± 2 USB VBUS USB VBUS 28 7 VCC 1 (USB) S008 L22 MODE DIAL0 22 14 MODE

SWITCH

X1002 12MHz A6 K23 KEY AD 0, 1 24 12 FUNCTION S002 – 007,

CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK L23 23 13 KEY

009 – 012 (RL51320) S002 D001 (SHUTTER) CN501 E22 XSTRB LED FLASH/ 5 35 RECORDING XAE LOCK SW IC1001 6 N21 XSHUTTER SW (2/2) F22 XAE LOCK LED D002 5 P23 3 37 (AE/AF LOCK) FRONT CONTROL (2/8) XACCESS LED D005E4 1 39 (MS ACCESS) CN003 FP-176 FLEXIBLE BOARD (2/2)(2/2) D001 XPWR LED 2 D23 D001(POWER) XAF LED 13 25 1 XAF LED SELF TIMER/AF ILLUMINATOR S001 POWER 1 XPWR ON XAF LED A4 A9 X001 XMS IN 32.768kHzB10 A8 USB VBUS C9 B8 IC001 H1 DC/DC CN503

CONVERTER

(7/8) 1 UNREG CAM 2.9V ı + CAM 3.1V BT901 A 3.1V ST UNREG BATTERY6 REG GND TERMINAL D 3.1V ı − D 1.2V EVER 2.8V M 5V D 1.8V CAM 15V CAM –7.5V K25 BATT SENS G5 T25 MS PWR ON D3 W23 XCS DD A6 AA5 C6 AB5 SAN0 SI, SAN0 SO, XSAN0 SCK C5 Y5 B6 R26 XDD RST OUT A7 Y4 E9 BLH1AA23 XPWR OFF B7 F9 BL L OVERALL (1/2) (PAGE 3-2) XPWR ON C7

A : AUDIO SIGNAL

05 A : VIDEO/AUDIO SIGNAL 3-3 3-4, 3-3. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located.

SY-116 BOARD CN506 CN001 ST-116 BOARD T001

F001 1 L001 ı ST UNREG ı FLASH IC501 PANEL UNIT33UNIT BUFFER (8/8) LCD901 UNREG CN502 IC001 CAM 3.1V VDD17 COLOR 12 ST 5V 12 FLASH CONTROL, LCD CHARGE CONTROL PANELBT901

BATTERY

TERMINAL CN503 L005 F003 SW-437 BOARD (1/2) + 1 UNREG F002 LX3 E10 CN504 D901 ı J1 UNREG1-1 CN006 4 D002 (1/2) CN001 (1/2) BACKLIGHTK1 UNREG1-2 E9 BL H BL H BL HVO3 18 1866J6 UNREG2-1REG GND F9 BL L BL L − VL3 19 17ı K6 UNREG2-2 BLL210 1 A1 PWR1-1 B1 PWR1-2 C2 CAM 3.1VPWR1-3 D10 PWR2 VO1-1 F1 D 3.1V CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK VO1-2 F2 (RL51320) VFB1 H2 IC004 CN501 2.8V REG 4 VDD VOUT 1

MS-259 FLEXIBLE D 3.1V(7/8) 3 D001 BOARD IC1201 (POWER)CN505 LDO2IN B3

VL 3V D 1.8V 32M BURST BT001 16 B8 RTCBAT LDO2 A3 FLASH LITHIUM D001 (4/8)MEMORY BATTERY STICK H1 LDO1 CP201 LDO3IN B2 CAMERA MODULE FL501 LDO3 A2 CAM 2.9V VCC IC1401 (1/8) 9 2 32M AND FLASH L003 CH-169 BOARDD 1.2V (5/8) LX2 C10 VFB2 D8 CAM 3.1V L203 5455 IC1203 71 128M SDRAM FB203 (4/8) 56 IC001 IC101 L204 DC/DC CAM 2.9V 53 CONVERTER IC002 CCD SIGNAL 57 PROCESSOR, (7/8) 15V/–7.5V REG L202 52 TIMING(7/8) Q004 GENERATORFB201 PWR56OUT1 J7 SWITCHING 3 VEE REG3 4 CAM –7.5V CAM –7.5V 49 PWR56OUT2 K7 STB 1 FB202 7 VCC REG2 6 CAM 15V CAM 15V 51 LX5-1 J9 LX5-2 J10 LX5-3 K9 LX5-4 K10 CD-575 FLEXIBLE BOARD D003 CN201 VO5 H10 L201 CAM 15.0V CD VFB5 H9 3 IC801 FB205 31 CAM –7.5V CD CCD IMAGER GT6 H6 VFB6 H7 A 3.1V IC401 M 5V LENS DRIVE L002 (3/8)MS VCC G2 MS PWR MS PWR IN G1 T25 MS PWR ON D3 MS PWR ON IC402 Q002, 003 BATT SENS L008 M 5V M 5V SHUTTER DRIVE,K25 G5 UNREGMON SWITCHING W23 XCS DD OVF DRIVE A6 CE Q001 (3/8) LENS BLOCK AA5 C6 SO BG4 G9 DC CONTROL CN401 IC1001 AB5 SAN0 SI, SAN0 SO, XSAN0 SCK ZM RST1 Vcc C5 SI 13 Y5 B6 SCLK F10 8 ZM RST2 VccTG4 ZOOM

CAMERA

R26 XDD RST OUTDSP, A7 XRESET PSG4 G8 IC301

SENSOR

PT E/LED K1, 1, 2 CPU, Y4 VFB4 F7 XZM RST LED 1, 2 11 PT E/LED K2XPWR OFF AUDIO AMP LENS AA23 B7 XPWROFF 9(6/8) CONTROL,

MODE

CONTROL, FRONT P25 –7.5V ON CN504 SW-437 BOARD (2/2)CONTROL (2/2) CN001 (2/2) D001 (2/8) B3 XZM RST LED 1, 2 D 3.1V D4 7 33 FLASH/ XOVF RST LED XOVF RST LED RECORDING E5 9 31 D002 (AE/AF LOCK) AU 3.1V AU 3.1V D 1.2V D 1.2V D005 (MS ACCESS) L1002 L1004 OPTICAL VIEW A 3.1V A 3.1V FINDER D 3.1V D 3.1V CN002 EMITTER 5 FP-176 FLEXIBLE BOARDL1001 XOVF RST LED SD 3.1V SD 3.1V ZOOM 6 CN003 D001SENSOR RST VCC D 3.1V8 2 SELF TIMER/AF ILLUMINATOR 3-5 3-6E EVER 2.8V L006 D 1.2V A 3.1V D 3.1V SD 3.1V L1201 D 3.1V, 4. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-1. FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM CN004 2P MIC901

ST-116 MIC_SIG 2 MICCN005 5P MIC_GND 1 BOARD 5 GNDSW-437 7 CN006 6P4 ID BL_L 1

(FLASH DRIVE) 3 D+ BL_L 2BOARD 2 D- (USB) NC 3 D901 1 VCC 6 NC 4 (CONTROL SWITCH) BACKLIGHTCONTROL BL_H 5 BL_H 6

SWITCH CN002 8P

RST_VCC 8

BLOCK BT901 OVF_SENS 7BATTERY XOVF_RST_LED 6

(RL51320) TERMINAL EMITTER 5 OVF ZM_OVF_A 4

ST-002 ZM_OVF_B 3

ZM_OVF_XA 2

FLEXIBLE ZM_OVF_XB 1

CN003 11P XAF_LED 1 D_3.1V 2 FP-176

FP-175 NC 3 FLEXIBLE LENSV_CLOSE 4 FLEXIBLE

LENSV_CLOSE 5 LENSV_OPEN 6 BOARD LENSV_OPEN 7 NC 8 LENS CN502 39P XLENSV_OPEN_SENSE 9 COVER 39 VCOM REG_GND 10 MOTOR 38 NC XLENSV_CLOSE_SENSE 11 37 NC 36 AGND 35 XRESET 34 XCS CN401 33P 33 SI NC 1 32 SCLK NC 2 31 VSYNC HALL- 3 30 HSYNC BIAS+ 4 29 DCLK HALL+ 5 28 D7 BIAS- 6 27 D6

LCD901 SY-116 BOARD

NC 7 26 D5 ZM_RST2_VCC 8 25 D4 1.5 INCH (1/8) (CAMERA MODULE) PT_E/LED_K2 9 24 D3 ZM_SENS_OUT2 10 23 D2 (2/8) (CAMERA DSP, CPU) PT_E/LED_K1 11

COLOR 22 D1 (3/8) (LENS DRIVE) ZM_SENS_OUT1 12

21 D0 ZM_RST1_VCC 13

LCD 20 NC CP201 (4/8) (BURST FLASH, SDRAM) FOCUS+ 1419 AVDD (5/8) (AND FLASH) SHUTTER- 15 PANEL 18 VCOMDC SUTTEER- 1617 VCC CH-169 (6/8) (AUDIO) LENS

SHUTTER+ 17 16 VGH (7/8) (DC/DC CONVERTER) SHUTTER+ 18 BLOCK 15 VCC2 BOARD ND- 1914 GND (8/8) (CONNECTOR, LCD PANEL) ND- 20 13 NC CCD SIGNAL FOCUS- 21 12 VGL ND+ 22 11 CP1 PROCESS ND+ 23 10 CN1 TH1 24 9 CN2 GND2 25 8 CP2 ZOOM_A 26 7 FRP ZOOM_A 27 6 VVCOM ZOOM_XA 28 5 CP3 ZOOM_XA 29 4 CN3 ZOOM_XB 30 3 GND ZOOM_XB 31 2 CN4 ZOOM_B 32 1 CP4 ZOOM_B 33

MEMORY SP901SPEAKER MS-259 CD-575 STICK FLEXIBLE BOARD FLEXIBLE BOARDMEMORY STICK (CCD IMAGER) CONNECTOR (MEMORY STICK CONNECTOR)BT001 Note: CD-575 flexible board is replaced LITHIUM

BATTERY as LENS BLOCK ASSY. 4-1 4-2 FRAME CN501 6P XAE_LOCK_SW 6 XSHUTTER_SW 5 REG_GND 4 D_3.1V 3 XPWR_LED 2 XPWR_ON 1 CN506 12P CN001 12P ST_5V 12 12 ST_5V STRB_ON 11 11 STRB_ON STRB_CHG_CONT 10 10 STRB_CHG_CONT XSTRB_FULL99XSTRB_FULL ST_GND88ST_GND CN505 16P ST_GND77ST_GND 1 REG_GND ST_GND66ST_GND 2 MS_VCC ST_GND55ST_GND 3 MS_CLK STRB_CHG44STRB_CHG 4 MS_D3 ST_UNREG33ST_UNREG 5 XMS_IN ST_UNREG22ST_UNREG 6 MS_D2 ST_UNREG11ST_UNREG 7 MS_D0 8 MS_D1 CN503 10P 9 MS_BS REG_GND 10 10 REG_GND REG_GND 9 11 NC REG_GND 8 12 NC REG_GND 7 13 SP+ REG_GND 6 14 SP- NC 5 15 REG_GND UNREG 4 16 VL_3V UNREG 3 CN201 33P UNREG 2 33 TH2 UNREG 1 32 TH_GND 31 CAM_-7.5V_CD 30 V6 29 V5B CN001 39P 28 V5A 1 REG_GND 27 V4 2 REG_GND 26 V3B CN504 33P 3 USB_DP 25 V3A REG_GND 33 4 NC 24 V2 USB_DP 32 5 USB_DM 23 V1 NC 31 6 REG_GND 22 VST USB_DM 30 7 USB_VBUS 21 GND REG_GND 29 8 MIC_GND 20 H2A USB_VBUS 28 9 MIC_SIG 19 H1A MIC_GND 27 10 MIC_GND 18 GND MIC_SIG 26 11 NC 17 H2B MIC_GND 25 12 KEY_AD0 16 H1B KEY_AD0 24 13 KEY_AD1 15 GND KEY_AD1 23 14 MODE_DIAL0 14 GND MODE_DIAL0 22 15 REG_GNG 13 GND REG_GND 21 16 REG_GND 12 VSUB_CONT REG_GND 20 17 BL_L 11 SHT BL_L 19 18 BL_H 10 VHLD BL_H 18 19 NC 9 POWER_SAVE IC_401_LENSV_OPEN 17 20 IC_401_LENSV_OPEN 8 GND IC_401_LENSV_OPEN 16 21 IC_401_LENSV_OPEN 7 CCD_GND IC_401_LENSV_CLOSE 15 22 IC_401_LENSV_CLOSE 6 CCD_OUT IC_401_LENSV_CLOSE 14 23 IC_401_LENSV_CLOSE 5 GND XAF_LED 13 24 NC 4 GND XLENSV_OPEN_SENSE 12 25 XAF_LED 3 CAM_15.0V_CD XLENSV_CLOSE_SENSE 11 26 XLENSV_OPEN_SENSE 2 GND OVF_SENSE 10 27 XLENSV_CLOSE_SENSE 1 RG XOVF_RST_LED 9 28 NC ZM_OVF_A 8 29 OVF_SENSE D_3.1V 7 30 NC ZM_OVF_B 6 31 XOVF_RST_LED XSTRB_LED 5 32 ZM_OVF_A ZM_OVF_XA 4 33 D3.1V XAE_LOCK_LED 3 34 ZM_OVF_B ZM_OVF_XB 2 35 XSTRB_LED XACCESS_LED 1 36 ZM_OVF_XA 37 XAE_LOCK_LED 38 ZM_OVF_XB 39 XACCESS_LED, 4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS Link CD-575 FLEXIBLE BOARD (CCD IMAGER) MS-259 FLEXIBLE (MEMORY STICK CONNECTOR) SW-437 BOARD (CONTROL SWITCH) FP-176 FLEXIBLE BOARD (LENS COVER MOTOR) ST-116 BOARD (FLASH DRIVE) CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (RL51320) COMMON NOTE FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, 4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block) (For schematic diagrams) 1. Connection • All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. pF : µ µF. 50 V or less are not indicated except for electrolytics Pattern box Color bar chart and tantalums. Pattern box PTB-450 For PTB-450: • Chip resistors are 1/10 W unless otherwise noted. J-6082-200-A J-6020-250-A or kΩ=1000 Ω, MΩ=1000 kΩ. Small pattern box For PTB-1450: • Caution when replacing chip parts. PTB-1450 J-6082-559-A New parts must be attached after removal of chip. J-6082-557-A Be careful not to heat the minus side of tantalum L = About 25 cm(PTB-450) capacitor, Because it is damaged by the heat. Pattern box L = About 10 cm(PTB-1450) • Some chip part will be indicated as follows. Example C541 L452 22U 10UH TA A 2520

L

Kinds of capacitor External dimensions (mm) Case size • Constants of resistors, capacitors, ICs and etc with XX indicate that they are not used. Front of the lens In such cases, the unused circuits may be indicated. • Parts with ★ differ according to the model/destination. Refer to the mount table for each function. • All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B, unless otherwise noted. • Signal name 2. Adjust the distance so that the output waveform of XEDIT → EDIT PB/XREC → PB/REC Fig. a and the Fig. b can be obtain. • 2: non flammable resistor • 5: fusible resistor C • C: panel designation • A: B+ Line • : B– Line C=DB • J : IN/OUT direction of (+,–) B LINE. • C: adjustment for repair. • A: not use circuit D • Circled numbers refer to waveforms. (Measuring conditions voltage and waveform) A B A=BBA• Voltages and waveforms are measured between the measurement points and ground when camera shoots Fig.a (Picture on LCD display) color bar chart of pattern box. They are reference values and reference waveforms. (VOM of DC 10 MΩ input impedance is used) When indicating parts by reference number, please • Voltage values change depending upon input include the board name. impedance of VOM used.) The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with Precautions for Replacement of Lens Block mark 0 are critical for safety. (CCD Imager) Replace only with part number specified. • If the lens block (CCD imager) has been replaced, carry out all the adjustments for the camera section. Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont • As the CCD imager may be damaged by static electricity critiques pour la sécurité. from its structure, handle it carefully like for the MOS IC. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro In addition, ensure that the receiver is not covered with spécifie. dusts nor exposed to strong light. 4-5, 12345678910 11 12

CD-575 FLEXIBLE BOARD Note: CD-575 flexible board is replaced Note: Voltage and Waveform of mounted parts on

A CCD IMAGER as LENS BLOCK ASSY, so that CD-575 flexible board can not be measured, PRINTED WIRING BOARD is omitted. because adhesion of a lens block and

XX MARK:NO MOUNT CD-575 flexible board may separate.

TH801

B C

LND833 33 TH2 LND832 32 TH_GND LND831 31 CAM_-7.5V_CD LND830 30 V6 LND829 29 V5B

D LND828 28 V5A

LND827 27 V4 LND826 26 V3B LND825 25 V3A LND824 24 V2 LND823 23 V1 LND822 22 VST LND821 21 GND LND820 20 H2A 13

E SY-116 LND819 19 H1A R805 14 VH0 V5A

(1/8) LND818 18 GND 1300 15 CGND V5B CN201 LND817 H2B R80717 Q804 2200 16 CGND V6 PAGE 4-11 DTC144EMT2L of LEVEL3 LND816 16 H1B SWITCH 17 VOUT IC801 CVL,WVL LND815 GND Q802 CCD IMAGER15 VDD,VRD DTC144EMT2L C807 R806 IC801

CGND

LND814 14 GND SWITCH 0.1u 3300 RG ICX488SQZ-13 H2A 16V LND813 13 GND

F LND812 12 VSUB_CONT Q805 R801 C801DTC144EMT2L 3900 XX

LND811 11 SHT SWITCH LND810 10 VHLD LND809 9 POWER_SAVE LND808 8 GND 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 R808 C805 LND807 7 CCD_GND R80333 22k 0.1u10V LND806 6 CCD_OUT LND805 5 GND Q801 LND804 4 GND R809 2SC4250(T5LSONY1)0 BUFFER LND803 3 CAM_15.0V_CD LND802 2 GND C803

G 0.22uLND801 1 RG 16V

R802 C804 0 0.1u Note: Be sure to read “Precautions for Replacement of Lens Note: Cautions are required for the handling of lens block. Block (CCD Imager)” on page 4-5, when changing the Refer to “THE CAUTIONS AT THE TIME OF LENS Lens Block (CCD imager). BLOCK HANDLING” on page 1-2, when you exchange. 4-7 4-8 CD-575 20 19 18 H1B VST 11 H2B V1 10 WGND V2 9 SUB V3A 8 C_SUB V3B 7 H1A V4 6 29 30 31 321234, Schematic diagrams of the CH-169 and SY-116 boards are not shown. Pages from 4-9 to 4-26 are not shown.,

For Schematic Diagram

• Refer to page 4-41 or 4-44 for printed wiring board. 12345678910 11 12

SW-437 BOARD A CONTROL SWITCH R026 XX MARK:NO MOUNT ET001R027

CN005 5P05GND7134ID243D+ (USB) LF001 2 D-

B 0uH 1 VCC 6

CN001 39P R024 STATIC_GND LND006 1k REG_GND 1 STATIC_GND LND004 REG_GND 2 R007 R015 R025XX CN004 2P XX 0 USB_DP 3 ET002 2 MIC_SIG NC 4 MIC MIC901

XX

1 MIC_GND USB_DM 5 REG_GND 6 USB_VBUS 7

C MIC_GND 8

S008 MIC_SIG 9 (MODE SWITCH) 21342134MOVIE STILL VIEWMIC_GND 10 NC 11 CN006 6P 8 10 4 S002KEY_AD0 12 1 BL_L D90131S00924S00531S011 2 778123456BACKLIGHT56KEY_AD1 13 2 BL_L DISPLAY/ IMAGE SIZE/ (SELF TIMER) (SPOT METARING) LCD ON/OFF DELETE34RB00212MODE_DIAL0 14 3 NC2121220087REG_GNG 15 4 NC34RB003D658722006

SY-116 3 5REG_GND 16 5 BL_H 44 S0033214S006343

(8/8) 2 1BL_L 17 6 BL_H 1 S010 2 MENU CN504 RB001 BL_H 18 (FLASH) 2200 THROUGH THE21(REVIEW) 1243FP-175 FLEXIBLE NC 19 PAGE 4-26 IC_401_LENSV_OPEN 20 CN003 11P of LEVEL3 IC_401_LENSV_OPEN 21 1 XAF_LED 4 S00433S00742S012 1 IC_401_LENSV_CLOSE 22 2 D_3.1V T (ZOOM) W (SET) IC_401_LENSV_CLOSE 23 3 NC

E NC 24 4 LENSV_CLOSE

XAF_LED 25 R020 5 LENSV_CLOSE FP-176 3 20 FLEXIBLE XLENSV_OPEN_SENSE 26 6 LENSV_OPEN D013LND001-LND011 VMZ6.8NT2L D014 XLENSV_CLOSE_SENSE 27 7 LENSV_OPEN PAGE 4-31 MAZS068008SO D011

XX

R021 of LEVEL3 1 NC 2808NC OVF_SENSE 29 9 XLENSV_OPEN_SENSE NC 30 10 REG_GND

F XOVF_RST_LED 31 11 XLENSV_CLOSE_SENSE

ZM_OVF_A 32 D_3.1V 33 R0141500 CN002 8P ZM_OVF_B 34 8 RST_VCC XSTRB_LED 35 7 OVF_SENS ZM_OVF_XA 36 6 XOVF_RST_LED XAE_LOCK_LED 37 5 EMITTER OPTICAL

VIEW

ZM_OVF_XB 38 4 ZM_OVF_A FINDER

G XACCESS_LED 39 3 ZM_OVF_B

2 ZM_OVF_XA 1 ZM_OVF_XB D001 CL-190Y-CD-T D005 FLASH/ SML-310LTT86 RECORDING (MS ACCESS) R013 1k D002

H SML-510MWT86S(AE/AF LOCK)

4-27 4-28 SW-437, For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-45 for printed wiring board. 123456789

Note: C901 is not supplied, but this is ST-116 BOARD included in ST-116 complete board. A T001FLASH DRIVE D001CRF02(TE85R)

4 5

XX MARK:NO MOUNT LND001

R004

NO MARK:REC/PB MODE 1 1M XE_A(H)

C901 117u23315V L001 CHARGING CN001 12P 2.2uH C004 CAPACITOR ST_UNREG 1 0.047u LND005 250V L002 LND003

B ST_UNREG231CHARGE+TRIGGER FLASH

ST_UNREG 3 CL001 UNIT CHARGE-

SY-116 STRB_CHG 4

LND006 (7/8) ST_GND 5 IC001 2 CN506 FLASH CONTROL,ST_GND 6 C001 CHARGE CONTROL THROUGH THE 22u IC001 ST_GND 7 ST-002 FLEXIBLE 6.3V TPS65552DGQR PAGE 4-23 ST_GND 8 XE_K(L) of LEVEL3 XSTRB_FULL 9 C002 C005 LND002 1u XX 4.2 STRB_CHG_CONT 10 CL002 VBAT NC

C 4.2STRB_ON 11 R001 SW PGND

05051ST_5V 12 VCC CHG 0 3.362265 F_ON XINCHG0073I_PEAK G_IGBT Q001CY25BAJ-8F-T238411 FLASH DRIVE R002 0 4.7M R003

D

The components identified by mark 0 or dotted Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont line with mark 0 are critical for safety. critiques pour la sécurité. Ne les remplacer que Replace only with part number specified. par une piéce portant le numéro spécifié. 4-29 4-30 ST-11654321

HGND

678910, For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-46 for printed wiring board. 123451234

MS-259 FLEXIBLE BOARD CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK A MEMORY STICK CONNECTOR A XX MARK:NO MOUNT (RL51320) CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (RL51320) is replaced as block,

LND001 1 REG_GND VSS 10 LND017 so that PRINTED WIRING BOARD is omitted. LND002 2 MS_VCC VCC 9 LND018 LND003 3 MS_CLK SCLK 8 LND019 LND001 1 XPWR_ON

B LND004 4 MS_D3 DATA3 7 LND020 B S001 POWER

LND005 5 XMS_IN INT 6 LND021 MEMORYSTICK MEMORY LND006 6 MS_D2 DATA2 5 LND022 CONNECTOR STICK LND002 2 XPWR_LED

SY-116 LND007 7 MS_D0 SDIO/DATA0 4 LND023

(7/8) LND008 8 MS_D1 DATA1 3 LND024 D001 CN505 (POWER) MS_BS BS LND025 PAGE 4-23 LND00992of LEVEL3 LND010 10 REG_GND VSS 1 LND026 SY-116 LND003 3 D_3.1V LND011 11 NC LND027 (7/8) CN501 LND012 12 NC SP+ SP901 C PAGE 4-23 LND013 13 SP+ SP- SPEAKER of LEVEL3 LND004 4 REG_GND LND014 14 SP- LND028

C LND015 15 REG_GND (1st)

LND005 5 XSHUTTER_SW LND016 16 VL_3V BT001 Note: BT001 and SP901 are not included

LITHIUM

BATTERY in MS-259 flexible board. (2nd) The components identified by mark 0 or dotted Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont LND006 6 XAE_LOCK_SW S002 (SHUTTER) line with mark 0 are critical for safety. critiques pour la sécurité. Ne les remplacer que D 05 Replace only with part number specified. par une piéce portant le numéro spécifié. For Schematic Diagram • Refer to page 4-47 for printed wiring board. 12345

FP-176 FLEXIBLE BOARD A LENS COVER MOTOR XX MARK:NO MOUNT

D001 LND002 1 XAF_LED OPY5252 SELF TIMER/ LND001 2 D_3.1V AF ILLUMINATOR

B LND003 3 NC

LND004 4 LENSV_CLOSE M001

SW-437 LND005 5 LENSV_CLOSE LENS COVERMOTOR

CN003 LND006 6 LENSV_OPEN PAGE 4-27 of LEVEL2 LND007 7 LENSV_OPEN LND008 S001 S0028 NC LENS COVER LENS COVER LND009 9 XLENSV_OPEN_SENSE OPEN DETECT CLOSE DETECT LND010 10 REG_GND1313LND011 11XLENSV_CLOSE_SENSE

C2424

4-31 4-32 MS-259, FP-176, CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (RL51320), 4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS

Link

SW-437 BOARD MS-259 FLEXIBLE BOARD ST-116 BOARD FP-176 FLEXIBLE BOARD COMMON NOTE FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION Board Name Function SW-437 CONTROL SWITCH ST-116 FLASH DRIVE MS-259 FLEXIBLE MEMORY STICK CONNECTOR FP-176 FLEXIBLE LENS COVER MOTOR, 4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS 4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS • : Uses unleaded solder. • Chip parts. • : Circuit board Transistor Diode : Flexible boardC6544565445333123Pattern from the side which enables seeing. : pattern of the rear sideBE123321123321212121654(The other layers’ patterns are not indicated) • Through hole is omitted. 1221324334654456• Circled numbers refer to waveforms. • There are a few cases that the part printed on diagram543345411221123321isn’t mounted in this model. 3 2 • C: panel designation41Parts Location Pattern Board Name (Shown on Page) Total Number of Layers Layers Not Indicated SW-437 4-51 2 layers – ST-116 4-51 2 layers – MS-259 flexible – 1 layer – FP-176 flexible – 1 layer – 4-35, Printed wiring boards of the CH-169 and SY-116 boards are not shown. Pages from 4-37 to 4-40 are not shown.,

SW-437

Note for Printed Wiring Board (See page 4-35). : Uses unleaded solder.

SW-437 BOARD (SIDE A) S008(MODE SWITCH) D002 D002 VIEW STILL MOVIE1313

(AE/AF LOCK) K A S012 S007

D001 10 8 A D001FLASH/ K A S0082424RECORDING9617 S012 S007

CN006

W (ZOOM) T

6171

S006 RB002

8 2

MENU S003

1 3

B (FLASH)S006 1 3

2 4 S003 R020 S010 S00924R021 R015 (REVIEW) (SPOT METARING) 131313R007 S010 S004 S009

CN005

2 4 S0042424(USB) S005 (SET) S01113

C DISPLAY/ IMAGE SIZE/LCD ON/OFF DELETE

3 4 S002

D005

1313(MS ACCESS) 1 2 S002 LF00124R026 S005 S011 (SELF TIMER) 24240512345671-866-451- 11 21 4-41 4-42 SW-437 (SIDE A) 671CN005 CN003 10224R027135KAR013

D005

SW-437 1-866-451-,

SW-437

Note for Printed Wiring Board (See page 4-35). : Uses unleaded solder.

SW-437 BOARD (SIDE B)

CN004A211RB003 D014 LND006 LND004 R025 D011 B R014 ET002 7 RB001182

C

2 38 R024 CN001 ET001 1 39 1-866-451- 11 21 0576543214-43 4-44 SW-437 (SIDE B) 213D01318CN002,

ST-116 MS-259 FLEXIBLE

Note for Printed Wiring Board (See page 4-35). Note for Printed Wiring Board (See page 4-35). : Uses unleaded solder. : Uses unleaded solder.

ST-116 BOARD (SIDE A) MS-259 FLEXIBLE BOARD

16 1 + C901

CHARGING CAPACITOR

K D001 A LND017 LND005 BT001

A LND018L001

LND006 LND019 LND020 1-866-450- 11 21 F XR004 1MS - 259 - LND021 051234LND027 LND022 LND023 LND024 LND028

BT001 SP– SP+ LND025 BATTERY, LND026 LITHIUM SECONDARY SP901 1

FLASH UNIT SPEAKER 05 XE A(H) XE K(L) 1-866-463- 11 Note: BT001 and SP901 are not included in MS-259 flexible board.

ST-116 BOARD (SIDE B) TRIGGER CAUTION

Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type. CL001 C005 L002 CL00213C002

A 1 12 10 6CN001 R001 11 IC001 LND001 LND002

C00415LND003 1-866-450- 11 21 0512344-45 4-46 ST-116, MS-259 C001 R002 R0034585T001 Q00132114LND016 LND015 LND014 LND013 LND012 LND011 LND010 LND009 LND008 LND007 LND006 LND005 LND004 LND003 LND002 LND001,

FP-176 FLEXIBLE

: Uses unleaded solder. 11 1

FP-176 BOARD

3 S001 4 2S00 1 S002 S001 LENS COVER LENS COVER CLOSE DETECT OPEN DETECT D001 SELF TIMER/ AF ILLUMINATOR D001 M001 M001 + LENS COVER MOTOR M - 1-866-448- 11 21 4-47 4-48 FP-176 LND010LND011 LND008 LND009 LND006 LND007 LND004 LND005 LND001 LND003LND002 - -4 1- >PI<

FP-176

, Waveforms of the SY-116 board are not shown. Page 4-49 is not shown., Mounted parts location of the SY-116 board is not shown. Page 4-50 is not shown., 4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS 4-5. MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION no mark : side A * mark : side B

SW-437 BOARD ST-116 BOARD

* CN001 C-5 C001 A-1 * CN002 B-1 * C002 A-2 CN003 B-1 * C004 A-3 * CN004 A-3 C901 A-1 CN005 C-1 CN006 A-5 * CN001 A-1 D001 A-2 D001 A-1 D002 A-2 D005 C-7 * IC001 A-2 * D013 B-6 * D014 B-6 L001 A-1 * L002 A-3 * ET001 C-1 Q001 A-2 LF001 C-1 * R001 A-2 R013 C-7 R002 A-2 * R014 B-1 R003 A-2 R020 B-1 R004 A-2 R021 B-1 * R024 C-4 T001 A-2 * R025 B-6 R026 C-1 R027 C-1 * RB001 B-6 RB002 B-6 * RB003 A-5 S002 C-6 S003 B-6 S004 C-6 S005 C-5 S006 B-5 S007 A-7 S008 A-4 S009 C-7 S010 C-5 S011 C-7 S012 A-6 4-51E SW-437, ST-116,

NOTE

5. REPAIR PARTS LIST NOTE: Characters A to Z of the electrical parts list indicate location of exploded views in which the desired part is shown.

Link EXPLODED VIEWS

ABCOVERALL ASSEMBLY BT HOLDER BLOCK BATTERY HOLDER SECTION

Link ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ACCESSORIES

CD-575 FLEXIBLE BOARD B MS-259 FLEXIBLE BOARD B SW-437 BOARD C FP-176 FLEXIBLE BOARD A ST-116 BOARD C, 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST NOTE: • -XX, -X mean standardized parts, so they may have some differences from When indicating parts by reference number, the original one. please include the board name. • Items marked “*” are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. The components identified by mark 0 or • The mechanical parts with no reference number in the exploded views are not dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. supplied. Replace only with part number specified. • Due to standardization, replacements in the parts list may be different from Les composants identifiés par une marque the parts specified in the diagrams or the components used on the set. 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité. • CAPACITORS: Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant µ le numéro spécifié.uF: F • COILS uH: µH • RESISTORS All resistors are in ohms. METAL: metal-film resistor METAL OXIDE: Metal Oxide-film resistor F: nonflammable • SEMICONDUCTORS In each case, u: µ, for example: uA...: µA... , uPA... , µPA... , uPB... , µPB... , µPC... , µPC... , uPD..., µPD... • Abbreviation AUS : Australian model CH : Chinese model CND : Canadian model HK : Hong Kong model J : Jpanese model JE : Tourist model KR : Korean model 5-1, 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1. EXPLODED VIEWS 5-1-1. OVERALL ASSEMBLY ns: not supplied ns BT holder block (See page 5-3.) Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description 1 X-2055-104-1 CABINET (FRONT) ASSY 5 X-2055-105-1 CABINET (REAR) ASSY 2 A-1106-332-A FP-176 FLEXIBLE BOARD, COMPLETE 6 2-599-475-31 SCREW (M1.7) 3 3-080-204-11 SCREW, TAPPING, P2 7 2-631-076-01 SHEET (SY), INSULATING 4 2-591-764-01 COVER, USB 5-2, 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1-2. BT HOLDER BLOCK MIC901 Battery holder section (See page 5-4.) 61 55 58 56 BT001 SP901 ! 59 (Note1, 2)51 ! BT001(BATTERY, LITHIUM SECONDARY) Note 1: Be sure to read “Precuations for Replacement of Lens Board on the mount position (See page 4-46). Block (CCD Imager)” on page 4-5, when changing the Lens Block (CCD Imager). Note 2: Cautions are required for the handling of lens block. Refer to “THE CAUTIONS AT THE TIME OF LENS BLOCK HANDLING” on page 1-2, when you exchange. CAUTION The components identified by Les composants identifiés par une Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. mark 0 or dotted line with marque 0 sont critiques pour la Replace only with the same or equivalent type. mark 0 are critical for safety. sécurité. Replace only with part num- Ne les remplacer que par une pièce ber specified. portant le numéro spécifié. Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description 51 1-866-463-11 MS-259 FLEXIBLE BOARD 58 2-595-727-01 SHEET, SP ADHESIVE (SERVICE) 52 1-815-853-41 MEMORY STICK CONNECTOR 59 2-596-849-01 SHEET (MS), RADIATION 53 1-479-093-11 SWITCH BLOCK, CONTROL (RL51320) 60 2-596-850-01 SHEET (CDL), RADIATION 54 X-2055-127-1 CABINET (UPPER) ASSY 61 2-630-433-01 SHEET (CD), RADIATION 55 1-788-228-11 UNIT, OPTICAL (G177) 62 2-631-075-01 CUSHION (UPPER) 56 3-078-890-11 SCREW, TAPPING 0BT001 1-756-539-11 BATTERY, LITHIUM SECONDARY 57 A-1107-919-A LENS BLOCK ASSY (950B (J1)) MIC901 1-542-600-21 MICROPHONE UNIT (Inclucing CD-575 flexible board) (Note 1, 2) SP901 1-825-665-11 SPEAKER (1.3CM) 5-3, 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1-3. BATTERY HOLDER SECTION ns: not supplied ns LCD901 103 ST-116 SW-437 D901 BT901 The components identified by Les composants identifiés par une mark 0 or dotted line with marque 0 sont critiques pour la mark 0 are critical for safety. sécurité. Replace only with part num- Ne les remplacer que par une pièce ber specified. portant le numéro spécifié. Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description 101 A-1114-614-A SY-116 BOARD, COMPLETE (SERVICE) (GP1) 102 1-866-461-11 FP-175 FLEXIBLE BOARD (J) 0103 A-1106-330-A ST-116 BOARD, COMPLETE 101 A-1114-615-A SY-116 BOARD, COMPLETE (SERVICE) (GP2) 104 1-830-572-11 CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (ST-002) (US, CND, AUS) 105 A-1106-327-A SW-437 BOARD, COMPLETE 101 A-1114-616-A SY-116 BOARD, COMPLETE (SERVICE) (GP3) 0106 1-479-089-11 FLASH UNIT (AEP, UK) 101 A-1114-617-A SY-116 BOARD, COMPLETE (SERVICE) (GP4) 0BT901 1-756-526-11 HOLDER, BATTERY (WITH TERMINAL) (E) D901 1-479-130-11 BLOCK, LIGHT GUIDE PLATE (1.5) 101 A-1114-618-A SY-116 BOARD, COMPLETE (SERVICE) (GP5) LCD901 1-805-720-11 INDICATOR MODULE, LIQUID CRYSTAL (HK, KR, CH, JE) 5-4,

CD-575

5-2. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. NNo.ote 1P:arBt eN os.ure to reDaedsc “rPiprteiocnuations for Replacement of Lens A-1107-919-A LENS BLOCK ASSY (950B (J1)) (Note) Block (CCD Imager)” on page 4-5, when changing the (Not supplied) CD-575 FLEXIBLE BOARD, COMPLETE (Note) Lens Block (CCD Imager). ******************************* (Lens block assy (950B (J1)) is including Note 2: Cautions are required for the handling of lens block. CD-575 flexible board.) Refer to “THE CAUTIONS AT THE TIME OF LENS BLOCK HANDLING” on page 1-2, when you exchange.

Electrical parts list of the CH-169 board is

not shown.

Page 5-6 is not shown.

5-5,

FP-176 MS-259 ST-116 SW-437

Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description A-1106-332-A FP-176 FLEXIBLE BOARD, COMPLETE < TRANSFORMER > ****************************** 0T001 1-443-648-21 DC-DC CONVERTER TRANSFORMER < DIODE > A-1106-327-A SW-437 BOARD, COMPLETE D001 6-500-505-01 DIODE OPY5052 *********************** (AF ILLUMINATOR/SELF TIMER) < CONNECTOR > < MOTOR > CN001 1-784-423-21 FFC/CONNECTOR, FPC (ZIF) 39P M001 1-763-818-51 DC MOTOR 8C-036G55 CN002 1-817-549-11 CONNECTOR, FPC (LIF (NON-ZIF)) 8P (LENS COVER MOTOR) CN003 1-815-329-11 CONNECTOR, FPC (ZIF) 11P CN004 1-794-375-21 PIN, CONNECTOR 2P < SWITCH > CN005 1-794-962-11 CONNECTOR, SQUARE TYPE (USB 5P) S001 1-771-483-61 SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY) CN006 1-816-654-31 FFC/CONNECTOR, FPC (LIF) 6P (LENS COVER OPEN DETECT) S002 1-771-483-71 SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY) < DIODE > (LENS COVER CLOSE DETECT) D001 8-719-038-03 DIODE CL-190Y-CD-T (FLASH/RECORDING) D002 8-719-075-29 DIODE SML-510MWT86S (AE/AF LOCK) 1-866-463-11 MS-259 FLEXIBLE BOARD D005 8-719-064-07 DIODE SML-310LTT86 (MS ACCESS) ********************* D013 6-500-776-01 DIODE MAZW068H0LS0 (BT001 and SP901 are not included in D014 8-719-056-54 DIODE MAZS068008SO MS-259 flexible board.) < EARTH TERMINAL > 0BT001 1-756-539-11 BATTERY, LITHIUM SECONDARY SP901 1-825-665-11 SPEAKER (1.3CM) ET001 1-694-955-11 TERMINAL (ON BOARD CONTACT) < LINE FILTER > 0 A-1106-330-A ST-116 BOARD, COMPLETE ********************** LF001 1-456-583-11 COMMON MODE CHOKE COIL 0 1-479-089-11 FLASH UNIT < RESISTOR > < CAPACITOR > R013 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1K 5% 1/16W R014 1-218-955-11 RES-CHIP 1.5K 5% 1/16W C001 1-100-611-91 CERAMIC CHIP 22uF 20% 6.3V R020 1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP 0 C002 1-100-506-91 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF 20% 6.3V R021 1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP 0 0C004 1-100-758-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.047uF 10% 250V R024 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1K 5% 1/16W 0C901 (Not supplied) CAP, ELECT 117uF 315V R025 1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP 0 < CONNECTOR > R026 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP 0 R027 1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP 0 CN001 1-816-644-31 FFC/CONNECTOR, FPC (LIF) 12P < COMPOSITION CIRCUIT BLOCK > < DIODE > RB001 1-234-376-21 RES, NETWORK 2.2K (1005 x4) 0D001 6-501-096-01 DIODE CRF02 (TE85R) RB002 1-234-376-21 RES, NETWORK 2.2K (1005 x4) RB003 1-234-376-21 RES, NETWORK 2.2K (1005 x4) < IC > < SWITCH > 0 IC001 6-707-554-01 IC TPS65552DGQR S002 1-786-157-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (F (SELF TIMER)) < COIL > S003 1-786-157-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (f (FLASH)) S004 1-786-157-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (a (SET)) L001 1-412-027-11 INDUCTOR 2.2uH S005 1-786-157-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (DISPLAY / LCD ON/OFF) 0L002 1-456-193-11 COIL, TRIGGER S006 1-786-157-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (MENU) < TRANSISTOR > S007 1-786-157-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (T (ZOOM)) S008 1-771-487-21 SWITCH, SLIDE (MODE SWITCH) 0Q001 6-550-656-01 TRANSISTOR CY25BAJ-8F-T23 S009 1-786-157-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (G (SPOT METARING)) S010 1-786-157-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (g (REVIEW) < RESISTOR > S011 1-786-157-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (IMAGE SIZE/DELETE) R001 1-218-990-11 SHORT CHIP 0 S012 1-786-157-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (W (ZOOM)) R002 1-243-975-81 METAL CHIP 4.7M 5% 1/16W R003 1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP 33 5% 1/16W 0R004 1-216-121-11 RES-CHIP 1M 5% 1/10W The components identified by Les composants identifiés par une mark 0 or dotted line with marque 0 sont critiques pour la Electrical parts list of the SY-116 board is mark 0 are critical for safety. sécurité. not shown.

DSC-S40 Replace only with part num- Ne les remplacer que par une pièce

ber specified. portant le numéro spécifié. Pages 5-8 to 5-11 are not shown.5-7,

Ver 1.1 2005.06 Checking supplied accessories.

USB cable (1) Wrist strap (1) CD-ROM Alkaline manganese (USB 5P) 2-050-981-01 (Cyber-shot application software) (1) battery (LR6) (2) 1-829-579-21 2-583-852-11 (US, J) (not supplied) 2-583-853-01 (EXCEPT US, J)

Other accessories

2-589-974-01 INSTRUCTION (READ THIS FIRST) (JAPANESE) (J) 2-589-978-01 INSTRUCTION (USER’S GUIDE) (JAPANESE) (J) 2-589-974-11 INSTRUCTION (READ THIS FIRST) (ENGLISH) 2-589-978-11 INSTRUCTION (USER’S GUIDE) (ENGLISH) (EXCEPT AEP, KR, J, CH) (EXCEPT AEP, KR, J, CH) 2-589-974-21 INSTRUCTION (READ THIS FIRST) 2-589-978-21 INSTRUCTION (USER’S GUIDE) (FRENCH, ITALIAN) (FRENCH, ITALIAN) (CND, AEP) (CND, AEP) 2-589-974-31 INSTRUCTION (READ THIS FIRST) 2-589-978-31 INSTRUCTION (USER’S GUIDE) (SPANISH, PORTUGUESE) (AEP, E, JE) (SPANISH, PORTUGUESE) (AEP, E, JE) 2-589-974-41 INSTRUCTION (READ THIS FIRST) 2-589-978-41 INSTRUCTION (USER’S GUIDE) (GERMAN, DUTCH) (GERMAN, DUTCH) (AEP) (AEP) 2-589-974-51 INSTRUCTION (READ THIS FIRST) 2-589-978-51 INSTRUCTION (USER’S GUIDE) (TRADITIONAL CHINESE, SIMPLIFIED CHINESE) (TRADITIONAL CHINESE, SIMPLIFIED CHINESE) (E, HK, CH, JE) (E, HK, CH, JE) 2-589-974-61 INSTRUCTION (READ THIS FIRST) 2-589-978-61 INSTRUCTION (USER’S GUIDE) (RUSSIAN, SWEDISH) (AEP) (RUSSIAN, SWEDISH) (AEP) 2-589-974-71 INSTRUCTION (READ THIS FIRST) 2-589-978-71 INSTRUCTION (USER’S GUIDE) (ARABIC, PERSIAN) (ARABIC, PERSIAN) (E) (E) 2-589-974-81 INSTRUCTION (READ THIS FIRST) (KOREAN) 2-589-978-81 INSTRUCTION (USER’S GUIDE) (KOREAN) (KR, JE) (KR, JE) 2-589-978-91 INSTRUCTION (USER’S GUIDE) 2-589-974-91 INSTRUCTION (READ THIS FIRST) (CZECH, POLISH) (POLISH, CZECH) (AEP) (AEP) 2-590-503-11 INSTRUCTION (USER’S GUIDE) 2-589-975-11 INSTRUCTION (READ THIS FIRST) (HUNGARIAN, SLOVAK) (AEP) (HUNGARIAN, SLOVAK) (AEP) 5-120E,

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US Model SERVICE MANUAL Canadian Model AEP Model Ver 1.2 2005.09 UK Model E Model Australian Model Hong Kong Model Chinese Model Korea Model Japanese Model SUPPLEMENT-1 Tourist Model

File this supplement with the service manual. (PV05-041) • Change of Board’s Suffix No. • Change of Repair Parts • Change of Board’s Suffix No. Suffix No. of ST-116 and SW-437 boards has changed from 11 21 into 12 . About suffix No. 11 21 into 12 , there are no changes of schematic diagrams and printed wiring boards. DSC-S40 2005I0500-1© 2005.9 9-876-868-81 Sony EMCS Co. Published by DI Technical Support Department, • Change of Repair Parts & : Points added portion. 5-1. EXPLODED VIEWS 5-1-1. OVERALL ASSEMBLY (See original service manual page 5-2.) 7 2 (Note) ) (Note) ) + Note : Confirm the shape of the caution label, and do the following correspondence when you change the cabinet (front) assy. Old Type New Type Cution label Cution label Insulating sheet (SY) Ledge Sticking the insulating sheet (SY) is necessary. Sticking the insulating sheet (SY) is unnecessary. * Stick only the insulating sheet (SY) when there is no label. — 2 —, & : Points added portion. ! : Points deleted portion. 5-1-2. BT HOLDER BLOCK (See original service manual page 5-3.) ^ MIC901 Battery holder section (See page 5-4.) BT001 SP901 ! 59 51 63 ) 52 Former New Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description 62 2-631-075-01 CUSHION (UPPER) @ 63 2-633-989-01 GASKET (MS) ) — 3 —, & : Points added portion. ! : Points deleted portion. 5-1-3. BATTERY HOLDER SECTION (See original service manual page 5-4.) + LCD901 SW-437 D901 Former New Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description 107 2-633-990-01 SHEET (BL), CONDUCTION ) 5-2. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Page Former New Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description A-1106-327-A SW-437 BOARD, COMPLETE A-1106-327-A SW-437 BOARD, COMPLETE *********************** *********************** < DIODE > < DIODE > 5-7 D013 6-500-776-01 DIODE MAZW068H0LS0 @ D014 8-719-056-54 DIODE MAZS068008SO @ — 4 —, [Description of main button functions on toolbar of the Adobe Acrobat Reader Ver5.0 (for Windows)] Toolbar Printing a text Reversing the screens displayed once 1. Click the Print button . • To reverse the previous screens (operation) one by one, click 2. Specify a printer, print range, number of copies, and other op- the . tions, and then click [OK]. • To advance the reversed screens (operation) one by one, click the . Application of printing: To set a range to be printed within a page, select the graphic Application to the Service Manual: selection tool and drag on the page to enclose a range to This function allows you to go and back between circuit dia- be printed, and then click the Print button. gram and printed circuit board diagram, and accordingly it will be convenient for the voltage check. Finding a text 1. Click the Find button . Moving with link 2. Enter a character string to be found into a text box, and click the [Find]. (Specify the find options as necessary) 1. Select either palm tool , zoom tool , text selection tool , or graphic selection tool . Application to the Service Manual: 2. Place the pointer in the position in a text where the link exists To execute “find” from current page toward the previous pages, (such as a button on cover and the table of contents page, or select the check box “Find Backward” and then click the blue characters on the removal flowchart page or drawing “Find”. page), and the pointer will change to the forefinger form . 3. Then, click the link. (You will go to the link destination.) Moving with bookmark: Click an item (text) on the bookmark pallet, and you can move to the link destination. Also, clicking can display the hidden items. (To go back to original state, click ) 3. Open the find dialog box again, and click the [Find Again] and you can find the matched character strings displayed next. (Character strings entered previously are displayed as they are in the text box.) Application to the Service Manual: The parts on the drawing pages (block diagrams, circuit dia- grams, printed circuit boards) and parts list pages in a text can be found using this find function. For example, find a Ref. No. of IC on the block diagram, and click the [Find Again] continuously, so that you can move to the Ref. No. of IC on Zooming or rotating the screen display the circuit diagram or printed circuit board diagram succes- “Zoom in/out” sively. • Click the triangle button in the zoom control box to select the Note: The find function may not be applied to the Service display magnification. Or, you may click or for zoom- Manual depending on the date of issue. ing in or out. Switching a page • To move to the first page, click the . • To move to the last page, click the . “Rotate” • To move to the previous page, click the . • Click rotate tool , and the page then rotates 90 degrees each. • To move to the next page, click the . Application to the Service Manual: The printed circuit board diagram you see now can be changed to the same direction as the set.,

Reverse 987686833.pdf Revision History

Ver. Date History Contents S.M. Rev. issued 1.0 2005.03 Official Release — — 1.1 2005.06 Correction-1 • Correction of Circuit Boards Location Yes (C1) S. M correction: Page 2-9 • Correction of Overall Block Diagram S. M correction: Page 3-1 • Correction of Instruction Language S. M correction: Page 5-12 1.2 2005.09 Supplement-1 • Change of Board’s Suffix No. No (S1 PV05-041) • Change of Repair Parts,

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US Model SERVICE MANUAL Canadian Model AEP Model Ver 1.2 2005.09 UK Model E Model Australian Model Hong Kong Model Chinese Model Korea Model Japanese Model SUPPLEMENT-1 Tourist Model

File this supplement with the service manual. (PV05-041) • Change of Board’s Suffix No. • Change of Repair Parts • Change of Board’s Suffix No. Suffix No. of ST-116 and SW-437 boards has changed from 11 21 into 12 . About suffix No. 11 21 into 12 , there are no changes of schematic diagrams and printed wiring boards. DSC-S40 2005I0500-1© 2005.9 9-876-868-81 Sony EMCS Co. Published by DI Technical Support Department, • Change of Repair Parts & : Points added portion. 5-1. EXPLODED VIEWS 5-1-1. OVERALL ASSEMBLY (See original service manual page 5-2.) 7 2 (Note) ) (Note) ) + Note : Confirm the shape of the caution label, and do the following correspondence when you change the cabinet (front) assy. Old Type New Type Cution label Cution label Insulating sheet (SY) Ledge Sticking the insulating sheet (SY) is necessary. Sticking the insulating sheet (SY) is unnecessary. * Stick only the insulating sheet (SY) when there is no label. — 2 —, & : Points added portion. ! : Points deleted portion. 5-1-2. BT HOLDER BLOCK (See original service manual page 5-3.) ^ MIC901 Battery holder section (See page 5-4.) BT001 SP901 ! 59 51 63 ) 52 Former New Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description 62 2-631-075-01 CUSHION (UPPER) @ 63 2-633-989-01 GASKET (MS) ) — 3 —, & : Points added portion. ! : Points deleted portion. 5-1-3. BATTERY HOLDER SECTION (See original service manual page 5-4.) + LCD901 SW-437 D901 Former New Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description 107 2-633-990-01 SHEET (BL), CONDUCTION ) 5-2. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Page Former New Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description A-1106-327-A SW-437 BOARD, COMPLETE A-1106-327-A SW-437 BOARD, COMPLETE *********************** *********************** < DIODE > < DIODE > 5-7 D013 6-500-776-01 DIODE MAZW068H0LS0 @ D014 8-719-056-54 DIODE MAZS068008SO @ — 4 —,

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Adjusting items when replacing main parts and boards SERVICE MODE

CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENTS

PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS ADJUSTMENT PROGRAMS CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS

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INITIALIZATION OF DATA • Use this Service Manual together with the Automatic Adjustment Program (DSC-S40 Auto-Adj Ver1.[]r[][].exe) and the AWB Adjustment Program (S40AwbAdjustment.exe). Note: [] (numeric value) of the file name varies depending on the version of Automatic Adjustment Program. Contents of LEVEL 2 and LEVEL 3 Service Manual CONTENTS LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3 1. SERVICE NOTE a ✕ 2. DISASSEMBLY a ✕ 3. BLOCK DIAGRAMS OVERALL ✕

POWER

4. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND CD-575, SW-437, ST-116 CH-169, SY-116 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS MS-259, FP-176 CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (RL51320) 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST EXPLODED VIEWS ✕ ELECTRICAL PARTS a (CH-169, SY-116) DSC-S40 2005K0500-1 9-876-868-51 Sony EMCS Co. © 2005.11 Published by DI Technical Support Department, TABLE OF CONTENTS Section Title Page 6. ADJUSTMENTS Before Starting Adjustment ······················································· 6-1 1-1. Adjusting Items When Replacing Main Parts and Boards ···················································· 6-3 6-1. Camera Section Adjustments ··········································· 6-4 1-1. Preparations Before Adjustments ···································· 6-4 1-1-1.List of Service Tools ························································ 6-4 1-1-2.Preparations ····································································· 6-5 1-1-3.Precautions ······································································ 6-6 1. Setting the Switch ···························································· 6-6 2. Subjects ··········································································· 6-6 3. Preparing the Flash Adjustment Box ······························· 6-7 1-1-4.Using Method of SEUS ··················································· 6-8 1. Connection ······································································· 6-8 2. Operation ········································································· 6-8 1-1-5.Precaution on Use of SEUS············································· 6-8 1-2. Adjustment Programs ······················································ 6-9 1-2-1.Automatic Adjustment Program ······································ 6-9 1. Precautions When Using Automatic Adjustment Program ··········································································· 6-9 2. Start of Automatic Adjustment Program ························· 6-9 3. Function of Each Button on Main Menu Screen ············· 6-9 1-2-2.AWB Adjustment Program ············································ 6-10 1. Application Environment ·············································· 6-10 2. Installation Method························································ 6-10 3. Notes When Using the AWB Adjustment Program ······· 6-10 4. Starting Method of AWB Adjustment Program············· 6-10 5. Screen and Function of Each Button of AWB Adjustment Program ············································ 6-10 1-3. Camera System Adjustments ········································· 6-11 1-3-1.Function of Each Button on Camera System Adjustment Screen ························································ 6-11 1-3-2.Adjustment Items of Camera System Adjustment ········ 6-12 1-3-3.Adjusting Method ·························································· 6-13 1. Camera Adjustment 1 ···················································· 6-13 2. Camera Adjustment 2 ···················································· 6-14 3. Picture Frame Setting (Standard Picture Frame) ··········· 6-14 4. Camera Adjustment 3 ···················································· 6-15 5. AWB 3200K-5800K Standard Data Input ····················· 6-16 6. Camera Adjustment 4 ···················································· 6-17 7. Camera Adjustment 5 ···················································· 6-18 1-4. LCD System Adjustments ············································· 6-19 1-4-1.Function of Each Button on LCD System Adjustment Screen ························································ 6-19 1-4-2.Adjustment Items of LCD System Adjustment ············· 6-19 1-4-3.Adjusting Method ·························································· 6-20 1-5. Error ··············································································· 6-21 1-5-1.Error Message ································································ 6-21 1. Connect Error ································································ 6-21 2. Reset the Camera and Try Again ··································· 6-21 3. Adjustment Time Out ···················································· 6-21 4. Adjustment NG······························································ 6-21 5. Data Save Error ····························································· 6-22 1-5-2.Precautions When an Error Occurred ···························· 6-22 1-6. Initialization of Data ······················································ 6-23 1. Initializing All Page Data ·············································· 6-23 2. Initializing Single Page Data ········································· 6-23 6-2. Service Mode ································································· 6-24 1. Setting the Test Mode ···················································· 6-24 2. Bit Value Discrimination ··············································· 6-24 3. LED Check ···································································· 6-25 4. Switch Check (1) ··························································· 6-25 5. Switch Check (2) ··························································· 6-26 6. Self Diagnosis Code ······················································ 6-26 — 2 —, Ver 1.1 2005.11 SECTION 6

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Before starting adjustment Precaution on Replacing the SY-116 board • The Repair Board has already been adjusted. Re-initialization or EVR data copy from the set before repair is not required. • Perform the adjustment items necessary after SY Board replacement. 6-1,

Method for Copying or Erasing the Data in Internal Memory The data can be copied/erased by the operations on the Setup screen. (When erasing the data, execute formatting the

internal memory.)

Note 1: When replacing the SY-116 board, erase the data in internal memory of the board before replacement. Note 2: When replacing the SY-116 board or the IC1401 on the SY-116 board, execute formatting and initialize

the internal memory after replacement.

Method for copying the data in internal memory

Copy Copies all images in the internal memory to a “Memory Stick”. OK See the following procedure. Cancel Cancels the copying. 1 Insert a “Memory Stick” having 32 MB or larger capacity. 2 Select [OK] with v on the control button, then press z. The message “All data in internal memory will be copied Ready?” appears. 3 Select [OK] with v , then press z. Copying starts. Copying 102_COPY • Use batteries with enough capacity or the AC Adaptor (not supplied). If you attempt to copy image files using batteries with little remaining capacity, the batteries may run out, causing copying to fail or possibly corrupting the data. • You cannot copy individual images. • The original images in the internal memory are retained even after copying. To delete the contents of the internal memory, remove the “Memory Stick” after copying, then execute the [Format] command in Internal Memory Tool • You cannot select a folder copied on a “Memory Stick”. • The setting of (Print order) marks is not copied even when you copy data.

Method for formatting the internal memory

This item does not appear when a “Memory Stick” is inserted in the camera. The default settings are marked with . Format Formats the internal memory. Note that formatting irrevocably erases all data in the internal memory, including even protected images. OK See the following procedure. Cancel Cancels the formatting. 1 Select [OK] with v on the control button, then press z. The message “All data in internal memory will be erased Ready?” appears. 2 Select [OK] with v, then press z. The format is complete. 6-2,

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1-1. Adjusting items when replacing main parts and boards When replacing main parts and boards, adjust the items indicated by z in the following table. Note 1: The automatic Adjustment Program does not support the “Initialization of data”. Perform it manually. Note 2: Use the AWB Adjustment Program (S40AwbAdjustment.exe). Note 3: When replacing the SY-116 board, erase the data in internal memory of the board before replacement. Note 4: When replacing the SY-116 board or the IC1401 on the SY-116 board, execute formatting and initialize the internal memory after replacement. Replaced parts Block Mounted parts Board replacement replacement replacement Adjusting item Adjustment (Note 1) Initialization of data CAMERA adjustment 1 Flange back adj. z z CAMERA adjustment 2 Flange back checkzzFNo. compensation Measure gain adj. CAMERA adjustment3zzzzMechanical shutter adj. Light value adj. (Note 2) AWB 3200K-5800K standard data inputzzzzColor reproduction adj. & check CCD linearity check CAMERA adjustment4zzzzCCD white defect compensation check CCD black defect compensation check Strobe adj. CAMERA adjustment5zzzzzzzzAuto focus illumination check V-COM AC adj. LCD adjustment V-COM adj. zzzzWhite Balance adj. Table 6-1-1 6-3 Lens block (Including CD-575 flexible board (CCD imager)) Flash unit LCD block LCD901 LCD unit LCD block D901 Back light unit FP-176 board D001 (AF illumination LED) CH-169 board IC101 (Timing gen., CCD signal process) SY-116 board IC1001 (Camera DSP) SY-116 board IC1401 (32M AND flash) (Note 4) FP-176 board (COMPLETE) CH-169 board (COMPLETE) ST-116 board (COMPLETE) SY-116 board (COMPLETE) (Note 3, 4),

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6-1. CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENTS 1-1. PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS 1-1-1. List of Service Tools J-1 J-2 J-3 HASP key and application for adjustment (SEUS) Personal computer USB cable (Note 1) 1-829-579-21 Contact our service headquater of each area how to get the application for adjustment (SEUS) and HASP key. J-4 J-5 J-6 Clear chart Pattern box PTB-450 9 colors chart (Note 2) J-6082-200-A For PTB-450: or For PTB-1450: J-6080-621-A Small pattern box J-6082-562-A PTB-1450 For PTB-1450: J-6082-557-A J-6082-560-A J-7 J-8 J-9 Flange back Minipattern box adjustment jig Siemens star chart J-6082-353-B J-6082-563-A J-6080-875-A J-10 J-11 J-12 Connection cord AC power adaptor Back ground paper DK-2AA AC-LS5 J-2501-130-A 1-830-351-11 1-479-284-12 Fig. 6-1-1 Note1: Personal computer OS: Windows98/98SE/Me/2000/XP Home/XP Pro RAM: 256MB or more recommended USB: 2.0 recommended (also compatible with 1.1) Two connectors are required. Note2: In using the 9 colors chart on the pattern box PTB-450, adjust the chart size through the procedure shown below so that it matches to the pattern box PTB-450. 1) Prepare a woody board A of the thickness 5 mm, and paint it mat-black. 2) Fit the 9 colors chart in the woody board A, and secure the chart with a black tape, etc. to shield the light. woody boad A woody boad A 360 mm 155 mm 135 mm 280 mm 9 colors chart Fig. 6-1-2 6-4,

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Front of the lens L = About 9 cm Fig. 6-1-3 Insert the connection cord DK-2AA (1-830-351-11). AC IN AC power adaptor AC-LS5 (1-479-284-12)

PC (The SEUS must be installed in the PC.)

OS: Windows 98/98SE/Me/2000/XP RAM: 256MB or more recommended To USB USB: 2.0 recommended (also compatible with 1.1) connector Two connectors are required. USB cable To USB connector (1-829-579-21)

HASP Key

To USB connector Fig. 6-1-4 6-5, 1-1-3. Precautions 1. Setting the Switch Unless otherwise specified, set the switches as follows and per- form adjustments. 1. Mode switch ... CAMERA 2. ZOOM switch ... WIDE end 3. Digital Zoom (SET UP setting) ... Off 4. Camera (Menu items) ... Auto 9 colors chart (Standard picture frame) ABAA= B

C B

C = Green Yellow W14 3 C14 : Filter for AWB 5800K adjustment Cyan White Red B C14 Blue Magenta

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Adjust the camera position and direction A to obtain the LCD screen shown in Fig. a. Effective picture frame 2 Transparent window Fig. a LCD screen Fig. 6-1-5 2. Subjects 1) 9 colors chart (Standard picture frame). When performing adjustments using the 9 colors chart, adjust the picture frame as shown in Fig. 6-1-5. (Standard picture frame) 2) Clear chart (Standard picture frame) Remove the 9 colors chart from the pattern box and insert a clear chart in its place. (Do not perform zoom operations dur- ing this time) 6-6, 3. Preparing the Flash Adjustment Box A dark room is required to provide an accurate flash adjustment. If it is not available, prepare the flash adjustment box as given below; 1) Provide woody board A, B and C of 15 mm thickness. woody board A (2) woody board B (2) woody board C (1) 400 mm 370 mm 700 mm 513 mm 513 mm 700 mm 730 mm 700 mm Fig. 6-1-6 2) Apply black mat paint to one side of woody board A and B. 3) Attach background paper (J-2501-130-A) to woody board C. 4) Assemble so that the black sides and the background paper side of woody board A, B and C are internal. (Fig. 6-1-7) woody board A woody board B woody board A woody board B woody board C Fig. 6-1-7 6-7, 1-1-4. Using Method of SEUS 2. Operation • Page change The application for adjustment (SEUS) is used to change the coef- To change the page, click [Page] on the SEUS screen and enter ficient for calculating the signal processing or EVR data. The SEUS the page to be changed. The page is displayed in hexadecimal performs two-way communication between PC and set through notation. the USB terminal. The two-way communication result data can be written to the nonvolatile memory. • Address change To change the address, click [Address] on the SEUS screen and 1. Connection enter the address to be changed. The address is displayed in 1) Connect the HASP key to the USB terminal of the PC. hexadecimal notation. 2) Connect the PC and set with the USB cable. 3) Confirm that the set starts in the USB mode. • Data change 4) Start the SEUS on the PC. To change the data, click [Set] on the SEUS screen and enter 5) Click [Connect] on the SEUS screen. If the connection is nor- the data. The data is displayed in hexadecimal notation. mal, the SEUS screen will be as shown in Fig. 6-1-8, indicat- This operation does not write the data to the nonvolatile memory. ing the “connected” state. Note: The SEUS will go in “disconnect" state, if the set is • Data saving turned off (for instance, by resetting the set). In such a To write the all changed data to the nonvolatile memory, click case, click [Connect] on the SEUS screen to restore [Save] on the SEUS screen and wait for more than 3 sec. the “connected” state. • Data reading The data displayed on the SEUS screen are the data values at the time when the pages and addresses were set, and they are not updated automatically. To check the data change, click [Read] on the SEUS screen and update the displayed data. 1-1-5. Precaution on Use of SEUS Wrong SEUS operation could clear correct adjustment data. To prevent the data clear by mistake, it is recommended to save all adjustment data by clicking [Page Edit] on the SEUS screen be- fore starting the adjustment. Saving Method: 1) Click [Page Edit] on the SEUS screen to display the SEUS PAGE EDIT screen. 2) Click [Page], and enter the page number to be saved. 3) Click [Page] to read the data to be saved from the camera. 4) Click [File] and save the data to PC. Loading Method: 1) Select page: 00, address: 01 and set data: 01. 2) Click [Page Edit] on the SEUS screen to display the SEUS PAGE EDIT screen. 3) Click [File] and load the data from PC. 4) Click [Write] on the SEUS PAGE EDIT screen. Fig. 6-1-8 5) Click [Close] to close the SEUS PAGE EDIT screen. 6) Click [Save] on the SEUS screen. 7) Wait for more than 3 sec. 8) Select page: 80, address: 30, and check that the data is “00”. 9) Select page: 00, address: 01 and set data: 00. 6-8, 1-2. ADJUSTMENT PROGRAMS 3. Function of Each Button on Main Menu Screen When the Automatic Adjustment Program started, the Main Menu The DSC-S40 is adjusted with the Automatic Adjustment Program screen in Fig. 6-1-9 will appear. On this screen, select each adjust- and the AWB Adjustment Program. ment section. The Automatic Adjustment Program automatically controls the adjustment operations that were formerly entered manually on the operation screen of the SEUS (some adjustments may be manu- ally operated on the SEUS operation screen). The AWB Adjustment Program automatically performs “AWB 3200K-5800K Standard Data Input” of Camera System Adjust- ment. 5 1-2-1. Automatic Adjustment Program 2 1. Precautions When Using Automatic Adjustment Program 3 1) The Automatic Adjustment Program writes the adjustment re- sults such as EVR data to the set through two-way communi- cation with the camera via the SEUS. Accordingly, the Auto- 4 matic Adjustment Program must be used in the environment Fig. 6-1-9 where the SEUS operates. 2) The program run time may vary depending on the environ- 1 [Connecting the Equipment] button ment of the personal computer used. A connection diagram of the equipment is displayed. 3) Even if the Automatic Adjustment Program is used without starting the SEUS, the SEUS will start automatically when the 2 [CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT] button adjustment is executed. However, it may take time for the SEUS The “CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT” screen appears. to start, and therefore the Automatic Adjustment Program should be used with the SEUS started in order to reduce the 3 [LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT] button program run time. The “LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT” screen appears. 2. Start of Automatic Adjustment Program 4 [END] button Double-click the application fi le (DSC-S40 Auto-Adj The Automatic Adjustment Program finishes. Ver_1.[]r[][].exe), and the Automatic Adjustment Program will start. 5 This part indicates the version of Automatic Adjustment Pro- gram. Note: [] (numeric value) of the file name varies depending on the version of Automatic Adjustment Program. 6-9, 1-2-2. AWB Adjustment Program 5. Screen and Function of Each Button of AWB 1. Application Environment Adjustment Program OS: Windows 98/98SE/Me/2000/XP RAM: 256MB or more recommended 4 USB: 2.0 recommended (also compatible with 1.1) Two connectors are required. 2. Installation Method Extract the file compressed in the ZIP format (S40AWB Adjustment.zip). Execute the extracted file (setup.exe), and the in- 3 staller will start. Install the program following the instructions given on the installer screen. 3. Notes When Using the AWB Adjustment Program 1) The SEUS must be installed in the PC. 2) The HASP Key for SEUS must be connected to the USB con-

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nector. The program will not start unless the HASP Key is Fig. 6-1-10 connected. 1 [Connect] button 4. Starting Method of AWB Adjustment Program Makes connection to the camera and switches the camera to Click the [Start] button on the task bar, and click the [DSC-S40 the adjustment mode. In the case of successful connection to AWB Adjustment] from the [Programs], and the program will the camera, the indication at the part A changes to “Connected” start. and the following buttons become active. • [AWB 3200K-5800K Standard Data Input] button • [Disconnect] button 2 Adjustment start buttons Start the adjustment or checking of respective button names. 3 [Disconnect] button Cancels the connection to the camera. 4 Captured picture display screen Displays a picture captured by the camera when the adjust- ment or checking was performed. 6-10, 1-3. CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS 1-3-1. Function of Each Button on Camera System Adjustment Screen Click the [CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT] button on the Main Menu screen, and the “CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT” screen in Fig. 6-1-11 will appear. Fig. 6-1-11 1 [To Menu] button The Main Menu screen comes back. 2 [Preparation] button Notes for adjustment or jigs used are displayed. 3 [Start] button Each adjustment from “Camera Adjustment 1” to “Camera Adjustment 5” starts. 4 [Reset] button This button functions same as the “Initialize” of the setup screen. 5 [Release Data Setting] button The data setting at the adjustment is cancelled. During the data setting, the button color changes from “white” to “red”. When the data setting is cancelled, the button color returns to “white”. (Use this button when an error occurred in the camera adjust- ment 1-5. If the adjustment completed successfully, the data setting is automatically cancelled and the button color returns to “white”.) 6-11, 1-3-2. Adjustment Items of Camera System Adjust- ment The adjustment items of camera system adjustment are as listed in Table 6-1-2. The Automatic Adjustment Program divides the ad- justment items into five, camera adjustment 1-5. Clicking either CAMERA Adjustment Start button allows the adjustment item which corresponds to that button to be executed. The adjustment conditions of the subject and filter vary depend- ing on which item is adjusted. The Adjustment Program displays an instruction for the subject and filter as a message during the adjustment. Adjustment Adjustment Button Name Adjustment Subject Page Address Siemens star chart with ND filter 6D B0 to B7, C0 to C7 CAMERA Adjustment 1 Flange Back Adj. for minipattern box (Note 1) or Flange back adjustment jig 6F 18 to 53 Siemens star CAMERA Adjustment 2 Flange Back Check (1.0m from front the lens) – – (Luminance: 200 to 400 lux) F No. Compensation 6F 60, 61, 6B to 6D 6F 6B, 6F Measure Gain Adj. Clear chart 78 0C to 0F CAMERA Adjustment 3 (Standard picture frame) 6B to 6D, B8 to BB, 6F Mechanical Shutter Adj. C7, C8 79 40, 41, 45, 46, 4A Light Value Adj. 6F 65 to 67 (Note 2) AWB 3200K-5800K 9 colors chart 6E 00 to 21, 24 to 49 Standard Data Input (Standard picture frame) Color Reproduction 9 colors chart 6E 60 to 67 Adj. & Check (Standard picture frame) CCD Linearity Check – – CAMERA Adjustment 4 CCD White Defect Clear chart – – Compensation Check (Standard picture frame) CCD Black Defect – – Compensation Check Strobe Adj. 6E 72 to 75 CAMERA Adjustment 5 Flash adjustment box (50 cm) 6F D8 to EF Auto focus illumination Check 6F 10 to 15 Note 1: Dark Siemens star chart. Note 2: Use the AWB Adjustment Program (S40AwbAdjustment.exe ). Table 6-1-2 6-12, 1-3-3. Adjusting Method Preparation of Flange Back Adj. 1. CAMERA Adjustment 1 (Using the minipattern box) [Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and 1) The minipattern box is installed as shown in the following fig- sequence] ure. 1. Data Setting during Camera Adj. Note 1: The attachment lenses are not used. 2. Flange Back Adj. Note 2: Take care not to hit the mini-pattern box when ex- 3. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj. tending the lens. 2) Install the minipattern box so that the distance between it and [Adjusting method] the front of lens of camera is less than 3 cm. 1) Click the [Start] button of the CAMERA Adjustment 1. 3) Make the height of minipattern box and the camera equal. 2) The Automatic Adjustment Program executes “1. Data Setting 4) Check the output voltage of the regulated power supply is the during Camera Adj.”. specified voltage ± 0.01 Vdc. 3) Upon successful completion of the “1. Data Setting during 5) Check that the center of Siemens star chart meets the center of Camera Adj.”, the following message is displayed. Set the sub- shot image screen with the zoom lens at TELE end and WIDE ject by referring to “Preparation of Flange Back Adj.”. end respectively. Specified voltage: The specified voltage varies according to the minipattern box, so adjustment the power sup- ply output voltage to the specified voltage writ- ten on the sheet which is supplied with the mini- pattern box. Below 3 cm Minipattern box Fig. 6-1-12 Camera 4) If the [OK] button is clicked, “2. Flange Back Adj.” and “3. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj.” will be executed. 5) Upon successful completion of all items of the CAMERA Adjustment 1, the following message is displayed. Click the Regulated power supply [OK] button. Output voltage : Specified voltage ± 0.01 Vdc Output current : more than 3.5 A Red (+) Black (–) Yellow (SENS +) Fig. 6-1-13 White (SENS –) Need not connected Black (GND) Fig. 6-1-14 Preparation of Flange Back Adj. (Using the flange back adjustment jig) (Luminance: about 300 lux) 1) Install the flange back adjustment jig so that the distance be- tween it and the front of lens of camera is less than 3 cm. Note 3: Take care not to hit the flange back adjustment jig when extending the lens. 2) Make the height of flange back adjustment jig and the camera equal. 3) Check that the center of chart meets the center of shot image screen with the zoom lens at TELE end and WIDE end respec- tively. Below 3 cm Flange back adjustment jig Camera Fig. 6-1-15 6-13, 2. CAMERA Adjustment 2 3. Picture Frame Setting (Standard Picture Frame) [Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and In the “CAMERA Adjustment 3”, “AWB 3200K-5800K Standard sequence] Data Input” and “CAMERA Adjustment 4”, set the picture frame 1. Data Setting during Camera Adj. so as to attain the positions shown in the following figure when 2. Flange Back Check shooting the 9 colors chart. 3. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj. Check on the LCD screen [Adjusting method] B 1) Click the [Start] button of the CAMERA Adjustment 2. A = B C = 3 2) The Automatic Adjustment Program executes “1. Data Setting C14: Filter for AWB 5800K adjustment during Camera Adj.”. ABA3) Upon successful completion of the “1. Data Setting during Camera Adj.”, the following message is displayed. Set the sub- ject in accordance with the message. C Green Yellow W14 Cyan White Red B C14 Blue Magenta Fig. 6-1-16 C

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4) Click the [OK] button is clicked, “2. Flange Back Check” is Effective picture frame 2 executed. The following messages are displayed, and then op- Transparent window erate the camera to make a check in accordance with the mes- sages. Fig. 6-1-19 Fig. 6-1-17 5) Upon completion of “2. Flange Back Check”, “3. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj.” is executed. 6) Upon successful completion of all items of the CAMERA Adjustment 2, the following message is displayed. Click the [OK] button. Fig. 6-1-18 6-14, 4. CAMERA Adjustment 3 [Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and sequence] 1. Data Setting during Camera Adj. 2. Picture Frame Setting 3. F No. Compensation 4. Measure Gain Adj. 5. Mechanical Shutter Adj. 6. Light Value Adj. 7. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj. [Adjusting method] 1) Click the [Start] button of the CAMERA Adjustment 3. 2) The Automatic Adjustment Program executes the “1. Data Set- ting during Camera Adj.”. 3) Upon successful completion of “1. Data Setting during Cam- era Adj.”, “2. Picture Frame Setting” is executed. The follow- ing message is displayed, and then referring to Fig. 6-1-19 (See page 6-14), set the subject and click the [OK] button. Fig. 6-1-20 After that, the next message is displayed. Then, change the chart in accordance with the message. Fig. 6-1-21 4) Click the [OK] button, and the items from “3. F No. Compen- sation” to “7. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj.” will be executed. 5) Upon successful completion of all items of the CAMERA Adjustment 3, the following message is displayed. Click the [OK] button. Fig. 6-1-22 6-15, 5. AWB 3200K-5800K Standard Data Input 6) A picture captured by the camera is displayed on the screen, [Adjustment method] and the adjustment and checking are performed. 1) Start the AWB Adjustment Program (S40AwbAdjustment.exe). 2) Click the [Connect] button to set the camera to the adjust- ment mode. Fig. 6-1-25 Note: If the following message is displayed, the picture frame Fig. 6-1-23 setting is faulty. Check the picture frame, and then perform readjustment. 3) Set the mode switch to “CAMERA”, and shoot the 9 colors chart with the zoom at WIDE end. 4) Adjust the camera direction and distance to set the picture frame. (Refer to 3. Picture Frame Setting) 5) Click the [AWB 3200K-5800K Standard Data Input] button. Fig. 6-1-26 7) Upon successful completion of the adjustment, the following message is displayed. Click the [OK] button. Fig. 6-1-24 Fig. 6-1-27 8) Perform the “CAMERA Adjustment 4” successively without turning off the power switch of the camera. 6-16, 6. CAMERA Adjustment 4 At this time, the following message is displayed, and click the Note: After executing the “AWB 3200-5800K Standard Data In- [Yes] button if the check result display at the upper right of put” perform the “CAMERA Adjustment 4” successively Color Reproduction Check screen is OK, or the [No] button if without turning off the power switch of the camera. NG. [Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and sequence] 1. Data Setting during Camera Adj. 2. Picture Frame Setting 3. Color Reproduction Adj. & Check 4. CCD Linearity Check 5. CCD White Defect Compensation Check 6. CCD Black Defect Compensation Check 7. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj. Fig. 6-1-30 [Adjusting method] 1) Click the [Start] button of the CAMERA Adjustment 4. 5) Upon successful completion of “3. Color Reproduction Adj. 2) The Automatic Adjustment Program executes the “1. Data Set- & Check”, the following message is displayed. Change the ting during Camera Adj.”. chart in accordance with the message. 3) Upon successful completion of “1. Data Setting during Cam- era Adj.”, “2. Picture Frame Setting” is executed. The follow- ing message is displayed, and then referring to Fig. 6-1-19 (See page 6-14), set the subject and click the [OK] button. Fig. 6-1-31 6) Click the [OK] button, and the items from “4. CCD Linearity Fig. 6-1-28 Check” to “7. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj.” will be executed. 4) After that, “3. Color Reproduction Adj. & Check” will be ex- 7) Upon successful completion of all items of the CAMERA ecuted. Upon completion of adjustment, the check result is Adjustment 4, the following message is displayed. Click the displayed on the Color Reproduction Check screen. [OK] button. Fig. 6-1-32 Fig. 6-1-29 6-17, 7. CAMERA Adjustment 5 Note: “CAMERA Adjustment 5” is available only once after the power is turned on. If the adjustment is retried, turn off the power and turn on again. [Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and sequence] 1. Data Setting during Camera Adj. 2. Strobe Adj. 3. Auto Focus Illumination Check 4. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj. [Adjusting method] 1) Click the [Start] button of CAMERA Adjustment 5. 2) The Automatic Adjustment Program executes the “1. Data Setting during Camera Adj.”. 3) Upon successful completion of the “1. Data Setting during Camera Adj.”, the following message is displayed. Set the sub- ject in accordance with the message. (For the Flash adjustment box, refer to “3. Preparing the Flash Adjustment Box” (see page 6-7).) Fig. 6-1-33 4) Press the [OK] button, and the “2. Strobe Adj.” will be ex- ecuted. 5) During execution of “2. Strobe Adj.”, the following message is displayed. After checking the flashing of strobe light, click the [OK] button. (This message is displayed 2 times during execution of adjustment.) Fig. 6-1-34 6) Upon successful completion of “2. Strobe Adj.”, “3. Auto Fo- cus Illumination Check” is executed. 7) Upon successful completion of the “3. Auto Focus Illumina- tion Check”, the “4. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj.” will be executed successively. 8) Upon successful completion of all items of the CAMERA Adjustment 4, the following message is displayed. Click the [OK] button. Fig. 6-1-35 6-18, 1-4. LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS 1-4-2. Adjustment Items of LCD System Adjustment The adjustment items of LCD system adjustment are as listed in 1-4-1. Function of Each Button on LCD System Table 6-1-3. The Automatic Adjustment Program executes the ad- Adjustment Screen justment items if the LCD Adjustment Start button is clicked. Click the [LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT] button on the Main Menu screen, and the “LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT” screen in Button Adjustment Signal Page Address Fig. 6-1-36 will appear. Name 1 V-COM AC adj. 8F 10 LCD V-COM adj. Arbitrary 8F 11 Adjustment White Balance adj. 8F 42, 43 Table 6-1-3 Fig. 6-1-36 1 [To Menu] button The Main Menu screen comes back. 2 [Start] button “LCD Adjustment” starts. 3 [Reset] button This button functions same as the “Initialize” of the setup screen. 4 [Release Data Setting] button The data setting at the adjustment is cancelled. During the data setting, the button color changes from “white” to “red”. When the data setting is cancelled, the button color returns to “white”. (Use this button when an error occurred in the LCD adjust- ment. If the adjustment completed successfully, the data set- ting is automatically cancelled and the button color returns to “white”.) 6-19, 1-4-3. Adjusting Method SEUS operation screen [Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and UP/DOWN key sequence] 1. EVR Data Write 2. System Reset 3. Data Setting during LCD Adj. 4. V-COM AC Adj. 5. V-COM Adj. 6. White Balance Adj. 7. Release of Data Setting during LCD Adj. [Adjusting method] 1) Click the [Start] button of the LCD Adjustment. 2) The Automatic Adjustment Program executes the items from “1. Data Setting during LCD Adj.” to “4. V-COM AC Adj.”. 3) Upon successful completion of the “4. V-COM AC Adj.”, the following message is displayed during execution in “5. V-COM Adj.”. On the SEUS screen, operate the UP/DOWN key so that the brightness of portions A and B on the LCD panel is Fig. 6-1-40 equal. After the adjustment, click the [OK] button. Check on the LCD screen (V-COM Adj.)

A B

Fig. 6-1-37 4) Upon completion of “5. V-COM Adj.”, “6. White Balance Adj.” is executed. The following message is displayed, and then check that LCD screen is not colored. Fig. 6-1-41 If colored, change the data of page: 8F, address: 42 and 43 on the SEUS Operation screen to adjust so that the LCD screen is not colored. Fig. 6-1-38 5) If the [OK] button is clicked, “7. Release of Data Setting dur- ing LCD Adj.” will be executed. 6) Upon successful completion of all item the LCD Adjustment, the following message is displayed. Click the [OK] button. Fig. 6-1-39 6-20, 1-5. ERROR 3. Adjustment Time Out In case of an error during the execution of adjustment, the Auto- matic Adjustment Program interrupts the processing at that point, and displays an error message, and then terminates the program execution there. This part indicates the adjustment 1-5-1. Error Message item in which When an error message is displayed, perform the remedy given an error occurred. below, and then retry adjustment. If the error message is displayed though the remedy was performed, the circuits will be faulty. Fig. 6-1-44 1. Connect Error Symptom Adjustment does not finish within the specified time. Cause • Adjustment conditions are wrong. • Data error exists in the camera. Remedy • Check that the conditions such as a subject are correct. • Reset the camera. 4. Adjustment NG Fig. 6-1-42 Symptom USB communication with the set is abnormal. Cause • USB cable is not inserted tightly. • Power supply is not installed correctly. This part indicates the adjustment • Communication with SEUS is abnormal. item in which Remedy • Disconnect the USB cable once, and then re- an error occurred. connect it tightly and check that the set is in “USB Mode”. Fig. 6-1-45 • Install the power supply correctly. • Start the SEUS and click the [Connect] to Symptom The adjusted data does not become the speci- check that the connection state is established. fied value. Cause • Adjustment conditions are wrong. • Data error exists in the camera. 2. RESET the CAMERA and Try Again Remedy • Check that the conditions such as a subject are correct. • Reset the camera. Fig. 6-1-43 Symptom The camera is not ready for adjustment. Cause • Data error exists in the camera. Remedy • Reset the camera. 6-21, 5. Data Save Error 1-5-2. Precautions When an Error Occurred The Automatic Adjustment Program sets the data for adjustment before the adjustment starts. Accordingly, if the adjustment termi- nates by an error, the data during the adjustment may be left in the camera. Note 1: With this data left in the camera, the camera will not operate normally. In this case, the [Release Data Setting] button is displayed in “red” on the screen as shown in Fig. 6-1-47 and 48. Click the [Release Data Setting] button to cancel the data setting. When How to cancel the the data setting is cancelled, the button color becomes “white”. data setting during adjustment is Note 2: When “Data Save Error” occurred, the [Release Data display here. Setting] button is displayed in “white”. To cancel the data setting, perform it on the SEUS Op- Fig. 6-1-46 eration screen. How to cancel the data setting is displayed in the error message. Symptom data cannot be saved normally. (The data set- ting during adjustment cannot be cancelled) Camera System Adjustment screen Cause • Data writing to the flash memory failed. • Connection is faulty. • Power supply is not installed correctly. Remedy • On the SEUS Operation screen, [Set] the data to the pages and addresses displayed in the message, and [Save] them. (Cancel manu- ally the data setting during adjustment.) • Check the connection. • Install the power supply correctly. Fig. 6-1-47 LCD System Adjustment screen Fig. 6-1-48 6-22, 1-6. INITIALIZATION OF DATA 2. Initializing Single Page Data By performing the following procedure, data of the page that you 1. Initializing All Page Data want to initialize will be initialized. By performing the following procedure, data of all pages will be Note 1: If the 6D or 6E or 6F or 78 or 79 page data have been initialized. initialized, the following adjustment needs to be per- Note: If all page data have been initialized, all adjustments need formed again. to be performed again. 1) Camera system adjustments Note 2: If the 8F page data have been initialized, the following Initializing Method: adjustment needs to be performed again. 1) Select page: 00, address: 01 and set data: 01. 1) LCD system adjustments 2) Click [Sector Write] on the SEUS screen to display the SEUS SECTOR WRITE screen. Initializing Method: 3) Check that the SET ID is “03”. 1) Select page: 00, address: 01 and set data: 01. 4) Click [All] of the ALL SELECT buttons to select all pages. 2) Click [Sector Write] on the SEUS screen to display the SEUS (Fig. 6-1-49 A) SECTOR WRITE screen. 5) Click [Write] to write the initializing data to the flash memory 3) Check that the SET ID is “03”. of the camera. 4) Click “All” of the option buttons of target page. (Fig. 6-1-49 6) Wait for 3 sec. B) 7) Click [Close] to close the SEUS SECTOR WRITE screen. 5) Click [Write] to write the initializing data to the flash memory 8) Click [Save] on the SEUS screen. of the camera. 9) Wait for more than 3 sec. 6) Wait for 3 sec. 10) Select page: 80, address: 30, and check that the data is “00”. 7) Click [Close] to close the SEUS SECTOR WRITE screen. 8) Click [Save] on the SEUS screen. Processing after Completing Initializing 9) Wait for more than 3 sec. 10) Select page: 80, address: 30, and check that the data is “00”. Order Page Address Data Procedure 1 40 28 01 [Set] (Note) Processing after Completing Initializing Order Page Address Data Procedure Note: At this time, the camera is reset and the power is turns off once and then on again. Accordingly, the SEUS goes in 1 40 28 01 [Set] (Note) “disconnect” state, but this is not a trouble. Click [Con- nect] on the SEUS screen to restore the “connected” state. Note: At this time, the camera is reset and the power is turns off (In case that the power does not turn on again, press the once and then on again. Accordingly, the SEUS goes in power button.) “disconnect” state, but this is not a trouble. Click [Con- nect] on the SEUS screen to restore the “connected” state. B (In case that the power does not turn on again, press the power button.)

A

Fig. 6-1-49 6-23, 6-2. SERVICE MODE 2. Bit Value Discrimination In the following items, the bit values must be discriminated from 1. Setting the Test Mode the data displayed on the SEUS. Whether bit values are “1” or “0” can be discriminated from the table shown below. Page 40 Address A1, A3 Data displayed on SEUS • Forced CAMERA mode 1) Select page: 40, address: A1, and set data: 01. 2) Select page: 40, address: A3, and set data: 01. 0 0 • Forced MOVIE mode bit 3 to bit 0 discriminated 1) Select page: 40, address: A1, and set data: 01. bit 7 to bit 4 discriminated 3) Select page: 40, address: A3, and set data: 07. • Forced PLAY mode Bit values 1) Select page: 40, address: A1, and set data: 01. 2) Select page: 40, address: A3, and set data: 08. Display on the bit3 bit2 bit1 bit0 SEUS or or or or • After completing adjustments/repairs, release the data setting. bit7 bit6 bit5 bit4 1) Select page: 40, address: A1, and set data: 00. 0000010001200103001140100501016011070111A8100091001A1010B1011C1100D1101BE1110F1111Example: If the displayed data is “8E”, bit 7 - bit 4 values can be discriminated from block (A), and also bit 3 - bit 0 val- ues from block (B). 6-24, 3. LED Check Page 80 Address 12 Page 8E Address FE Using method: 1) Select page: 00, address: 01, and set data: 01. 2) Select page: 8E, address: FE, and set data: 20. 3) Select page: 80, address: 12, and set data: 01. 4) Check that all LED are lit. • SELF TIMER/AF ILLUMINATOR • AE/AF LOCK • FLASH CHARGE • MS ACCESS 5) Select page: 80, address: 12, and set data: 00. 6) Select page: 8E, address: FE, and set data: 00. 7) Select page: 00, address: 01, and set data: 00. 8) Click [Disconnect] on the SEUS screen. 9) Disconnect the USB cable. 10) Turn off the power. 4. Switch Check (1) Page 80 Address 13 Function When data = 00 When data = 01 When data = 02 Shutter button (XAE LOCK SW) OFF ON ON (CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (RL51320) S002) Shutter button (XSHUTTER SW) OFF OFF ON (CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (RL51320) S002) Using method: 1) Select page: 80, address: 13. 2) By discriminating the read data, the state of the switches can be discriminated. 6-25, 5. Switch Check (2) Page 20 Addresses A0, A1, A3 Using method: 1) Select page: 20, addresses: A0 and A1. 2) By discriminating the read data, the pressed key can be dis- criminated. Data Address 00 to 10 2A to 32 48 to 53 5F to 70 71 to 7E 7F to FF A0 CONTROL DOWN CONTROL RIGHT CONTROL UP CONTROL LEFT CONTROL SET (KEY AD0) (SW-437 BOARD) (SW-437 BOARD) (SW-437 BOARD) (SW-437 BOARD) (SW-437 BOARD) No key input (IC1001 K23) (S002) (S009) (S003) (S010) (S004) A1 DISPLAY/ IMAGE SIZE/ MENU ZOOM W ZOOM T (KEY AD1) LCD ON/OFF DELETE No key input (IC1001 L23) (SW-437 BOARD) (SW-437 BOARD) (SW-437 BOARD) (SW-437 BOARD) (SW-437 BOARD) (S005) (S011) (S006) (S012) (S007) A3 MOVIE PLAY STILL (MODE DIAL0) – (SW-437 BOARD) (SW-437 BOARD) (SW-437 BOARD) – – (IC1001 L22) (S008) (S008) (S008) 6. Self Diagnosis Code Display Code Countermeasure Cause Caution Display During Error C:32:ss Turn the power off and on again. Trouble with hardware. SYSTEM ERROR Format the “Memory Stick” or internal “Memory Stick” or internal memory is FORMAT ERROR memory. unformatted. C:13:ss Insert a new “Memory Stick”. “Memory Stick” is broken. MEMORY STICK ERROR Turn the power off and on again. Trouble with internal mamory. INTERNAL MEMORY ERROR When failed in the focus zoom E:61:ss Checking of lens drive circuit. initialization. Checking of flash unit or replacement Abnormality when flash is being _ E:91:ss of flash unit. (Note) charged. E:92:ss Insert a batteries correctly. Batteries are pack is not inserted correctly. Note: After repair, be sure to execute the “Initialize” of the setup screen. 66-2-266E,

Reverse 987686852.pdf Revision History

Ver. Date History Contents S.M. Rev. issued 1.0 2005.10 Official Release — — 1.1 2005.11 Corrrection-1 • Correction of the Before starting adjustment Yes (C1) • Correction of the Table 6-1-1 • Correction of the Sarvice tool S.M. correction: Page 6-1, Page 6-3, Page 6-4, Page 6-5,

DSC-S40 Auto-ADJ SERVICE MANUAL Ver 1.1 2005.11 CORRECTION-1

We will inform you that there are printing errors in the service manual previously issued. • Correction of the Before starting adjustment • Correction of the Table 6-1-1 • Correction of the Service tool DSC-S40 2005K0500-1© 2005.11 9-876-868-94 Sony EMCS Co. Published by DI Technical Support Department, ! : Points deleted portion.

SECTION 6 ADJUSTMENTS Before starting adjustment

(Service Manual Page 6-1) ^

EVR Data Re-writing Procedure When Replacing Board

The data that is stored in the repair board, is not necessarily correct. Perform either procedure 1 or procedure 2 when replacing board. Procedure 1 Save the EVR data of the machine in which a board is going to be replaced. Download the saved data after a board is replaced. (Machine before starting repair) PC PC (Machine after a board is replaced) Save the EVR data Download the saved to a personal computer. data to a machine. Procedure 2 When the data cannot be saved due to defective flash memory, or when the flash memory cannot be removed or installed, save the data from the same model of the same destination, and download it. (Machine to be repaired) PC (Machine to be repaired) Download the data. Save the data. (The same model of the same destination) After the EVR data is saved and downloaded, check the respective items of the EVR data. (Refer to page 6-3 for the items to be checked.) — 2 —, & : Points added portion. + Precaution on Replacing the SY-116 board • The Repair Board has already been adjusted. Re-initialization or EVR data copy from the set before repair is not required. • Perform the adjustment items necessary after SY Board replacement. — 3 —, ! : Points deleted portion. 1-1. Adjusting items when replacing main parts and boards (Service Manual Page 6-3) When replacing main parts and boards, adjust the items indicated by z in the following table. Note 1: The automatic Adjustment Program does not support the “Initialization of data”. Perform it manually. Note 2: Use the AWB Adjustment Program (S40AwbAdjustment.exe). Note 3: When replacing the SY-116 board, erase the data in internal memory of the board before replacement. Note 4: When replacing the SY-116 board or the IC1401 on the SY-116 board, execute formatting and initialize the internal memory after replacement. Replaced parts Block Mounted parts Board replacement replacement replacement Adjusting item Adjustment (Note 1) Initialization of data z @ CAMERA adjustment 1 Flange back adj. z z CAMERA adjustment 2 Flange back checkzzFNo. compensation Measure gain adj. CAMERA adjustment3zzzzMechanical shutter adj. Light value adj. (Note 2) AWB 3200K-5800K standard data inputzzzzColor reproduction adj. & check CCD linearity check CAMERA adjustment4zzzzCCD white defect compensation check CCD black defect compensation check Strobe adj. CAMERA adjustment5zzzzzzzzAuto focus illumination check V-COM AC adj. LCD adjustment V-COM adj. zzzzWhite Balance adj. Table 6-1-1 — 4 — Lens block (Including CD-575 flexible board (CCD imager)) Flash unit LCD block LCD901 LCD unit LCD block D901 Back light unit FP-176 board D001 (AF illumination LED) CH-169 board IC101 (Timing gen., CCD signal process) SY-116 board IC1001 (Camera DSP) SY-116 board IC1401 (32M AND flash) (Note 4) FP-176 board (COMPLETE) CH-169 board (COMPLETE) ST-116 board (COMPLETE) SY-116 board (COMPLETE) (Note 3, 4), & : Points added portion. : Points changed portion. ! : Points deleted portion. 6-1. CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENTS 1-1. PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS 1-1-1. List of Service Tools (Service Manual Page 6-4) • AC power adapter @ J-11 J-12 * Connection cord AC power adaptor DK-2AA AC-LS5 1-830-351-11 1-479-284-12 Fig. 6-1-1 1-1-2. Preparations (Service Manual Page 6-5) Insert the connection cord DK-2AA (1-830-351-11). AC IN AC power adaptor AC-LS5 (1-479-284-12)

PC (The SEUS must be installed in the PC.)

OS: Windows 98/98SE/Me/2000/XP RAM: 256MB or more recommended To USB USB: 2.0 recommended (also compatible with 1.1) connector Two connectors are required. USB cable To USB connector (1-829-579-21)

HASP Key

To USB connector Fig. 6-1-4 — 5 —]
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DSC-T10 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model Ver 1.0 2006.07 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model How to use E Model Acrobat Reader Australian Model Hong Kong Model Chinese Model Internal memory ON BOARD Korea Model Argentine Model Japanese Model Tourist Model Photo: Silver Link SPECIFICATI
SPECIFICATIONS Camera [Input and Output connectors] BC-CSG/BC-CSGB/BC-CSGC
DSC-T100 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model Ver. 1.0 2007.02 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model How to use E Model Acrobat Reader Australian Model Hong Kong Model Chinese Model Internal memory Korea Model ON BOARD Brazilian Model Japanese Model Tourist Model Photo: Silver Link SPECIFICA
WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do
DSC-T11 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 Differences Manual DSC-T11 AEP Model UK Model E Model Ver 1.1 2004. 09 Hong Kong Model Australian Model Revision History Korea Model Chinese Model Tourist Model Japanese Model • This Service Manual shows only the difference from DSC-T1. Refer to the Service Manual Leve
WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do
DSC-T11 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 Differences Manual DSC-T11 AEP Model UK Model E Model Ver 1.0 2004. 04 Hong Kong Model Australian Model Revision History Korea Model Chinese Model Tourist Model Japanese Model • This Service Manual shows only the difference from DSC-T1. Refer to the Service Manual Leve
SPECIFICATIONS Camera [Input and Output connectors] BC-CSG/BC-CSGB/BC-CSGC
DSC-T20/T25 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model Ver 1.0 2007.03 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model How to use E Model Acrobat Reader Australian Model Hong Kong Model Chinese Model Internal memory Korea Model ON BOARD Argentine Model Brazillian Model Japanese Model Photo: Silver Tourist M
Model information table
DSC-T20/T25 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 3 US Model Ver 1.0 2007.03 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model How to use E Model Acrobat Reader Australian Model Hong Kong Model Chinese Model Internal memory Korea Model ON BOARD Argentine Model Brazillian Model Japanese Model Photo: Silver Tourist M
DSC-T3 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 DSC-T3
DSC-T3 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 DSC-T3 Ver 1.0 2004. 09 US Model AEP Model Revision History UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Australian Model How to use Chinese Model Acrobat Reader Japanese Model Korea Model Tourist Model Link SPECIFICATIONS BLOCK DIAGRAMS PRINTED WIRING BOARDS SERVICE NOTE FRAME SCH
DSC-T3 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 DSC-T3 Ver 1.0 2004. 09 US Model Revision History UK Model Link SPECIFICATIONS ACCESSORIES SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION
DSC-T3 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 DSC-T3 Ver 1.0 2004. 09 US Model AEP Model Revision History UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model Japanese Model Korea Model Tourist Model Link SPECIFICATIONS ACCESSORIES SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION • INSTRUCTION MANUAL is shown at the end of this
DSC-T3 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 DSC-T3
DSC-T3 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 DSC-T3 Ver 1.2 2005. 09 US Model AEP Model Revision History UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Australian Model How to use Chinese Model Acrobat Reader Japanese Model Korea Model Tourist Model Link SPECIFICATIONS BLOCK DIAGRAMS PRINTED WIRING BOARDS SERVICE NOTE FRAME SCH