TE3.2E_CA_312278516011 21PT5421 09062915038602

User Manual: 21PT5421

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Contents Page Contents Page
1. Technical Specifications, Connections and Chassis
Overview 2
2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes 5
3. Directions for Use 7
4. Mechanical Instructions 8
5. Service Modes, Error Codes and Fault Finding 9
6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and
Waveforms
Block Diagram Audio / Video 11
Block Diagram Power Supply 12
I2C Diagram 13
Block Diagram 13
7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts Diagram PWB
Main Panel (05TA085-5): MCU (A1) 16 23-24
Main Panel (05TA085-5): Video (A2) 17 23-24
Main Panel (05TA085-5): Sound (A3) 18 23-24
Main Panel (05TA085-5): Power (A4) 19 23-24
Main Panel (05TA085-5): Deflection (A5) 20 23-24
CRT Panel (05TA085-5) (A6) 21 23-24
Main Panel (05TA085-5): SCART (A7) 25 23-24
Main Panel (05TA085-6): MCU (A1) 25 32-33
Main Panel (05TA085-6): Video (A2) 26 32-33
Main Panel (05TA085-6): Sound (A3) 27 32-33
Main Panel (05TA085-6): Power (A4) 28 32-33
Main Panel (05TA085-6): Deflection (A5) 29 32-33
CRT Panel (05TA085-6) (A6) 30 32-33
Main Panel (05TA085-6): SCART (A7) 31 32-33
Side I/O Panel (21PT5421 only) (A8) 34 35
8. Alignments 37
9. Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data
Sheets 39
Abbreviation List 42
IC Data Sheets 43
10. Spare Parts List 51
11. Revision List 78
Technical Specifications, Connections and Chassis Overview
EN 2 TE3.2E CA1.
1. Technical Specifications, Connections and Chassis Overview
Index of this chapter:
1.1 Technical Specifications
1.2 Connections / Control Facilities
1.3 Chassis Overview
1.1 Technical Specifications
1.1.1 Reception
Tuning system : PLL
Colour systems : PAL B/G, D/K, I
: SECAM B/G, L/L'
Sound systems 14” : Mono
Sound systems 21” : Mono
: Nicam B/G, D/K, I, L
A/V connections : NTSC 3.58
: NTSC 4.43
Channel selections : 100 channels
: UVSH
IF frequency : Systems B/G, D/K, L,
I: 38.9 MHz
: System L': 33.95 MHz
Aerial input : 75 , Coax
1.1.2 Miscellaneous
Audio output (RMS) 14” : 1x 1 W Mono
Audio output (RMS) 21” : 1x 4W Mono
: 2x 3 W Mono
Mains voltage : 220 - 240 V
Mains frequency : 50 Hz
Ambient temperature : + 5 to + 45 deg. C
Maximum humidity : 90 %
Power consumption : 50 W (10 %)
Standby Power consumption : < 2 W
1.2 Connections / Control Facilities
1.2.1 Front Connections and Front Control
Figure 1-1 Front Control without AV Input (xxPT1501)
Figure 1-2 Front Control with AV Input (xxPT1521)
Audio / Video In (Only for 14PT1521)
1 - Video CVBS (1 Vpp / 75 ) jq
2 - Audio (MONO) (0.5 Vrms / 10 k ) jq
3 - Headphone 3.5 mm (8 - 600 / <100 mW) rt
1.2.2 Rear Connections 14” & 21”
Figure 1-3 Rear Connections
TV Aerial In
Aerial input : 75 , Coax (IEC-
type)
External 1: RGB in + CVBS in/out
Figure 1-4 SCART connector
1 - Audio R (0.5 Vrms 1 k) k
2 - Audio R (0.5 Vrms 10 k) j
3 - Audio L (0.5 Vrms 1 k) k
4 - GND H
5 - GND H
6 - Audio L (0.5 Vrms 10 k) j
7 - Blue (0.7 Vpp / 75 ) j
8 - CVBS-status 0 - 2.0 V: INT
4.5 - 12 V: EXT 4:3
9 - GND H
10 -
11 - Green (0.7 Vpp / 75 ) j
12 -
13 - GND H
14 - GND H
15 - Red (0.7 VPP / 75 ) j
16 - RGB-status 0 - 0.4 V: INT
1 - 3 V: EXT / 75
17 - GND H
18 - GND H
19 - CVBS (1 Vpp / 75 ) k
20 - CVBS (1 Vpp / 75 ) j
21 - Earth GND vj
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IR
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- PROGRAM +HEADPHONE
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1.2.3 Rear Connections 21PT5421 only
Figure 1-5 Rear Connections
TV Aerial In
Aerial input : 75 , Coax (IEC-
type)
External 1: RGB/YUV - In and CVBS - In/Out
Figure 1-6 SCART connector
1 - Audio - R 0.5 V_rms / 1 kohm k
2 - Audio - R 0.5 V_rms / 10 kohm j
3 - Audio - L 0.5 V_rms / 1 kohm k
4 - Audio - gnd Ground H
5 - Blue - gnd Ground H
6 - Audio - L 0.5 V_rms / 10 kohm j
7 - Blue/U - in 0.7 V_pp / 75 ohm j
8 - CVBS - status 0 - 2 V: INT
4.5 - 7 V: EXT 16:9
9.5 - 12 V: EXT 4:3
9 - Green - gnd Ground H
10 - n.c.
11 - Green/Y - in 0.7 V_pp / 75 ohm j
12 - n.c.
13 - Red - gnd Ground H
14 - FBL - gnd Ground H
15 - Red/V - in 0.7 V_pp / 75 ohm j
16 - Status/FBL 0 - 0.4 V: INT
1 - 3 V: EXT / 75 ohm j
17 - Video Ground H
18 - Video Ground H
19 - CVBS - out 1 V_pp / 75 ohm k
20 - CVBS - in 1 V_pp / 75 ohm j
21 - Shielding Ground H
External 2: CVBS- In and SVHS - In
Figure 1-7 SCART connector
1 - Audio - R 0.5 V_rms / 1 kohm k
2 - Audio - R 0.5 V_rms / 10 kohm j
3 - Audio - L 0.5 V_rms / 1 kohm k
4 - Audio - gnd Ground H
5 - Blue - gnd Ground H
6 - Audio - L 0.5 V_rms / 10 kohm j
7-n.c.
8 - CVBS - status 0 - 2 V: INT
4.5 - 7 V: EXT 16:9
9.5 - 12 V: EXT 4:3
9 - Green - gnd Ground H
10 - n.c.
11 - n.c.
12 - n.c.
13 - Red - gnd Ground H
14 - FBL - gnd Ground H
15 - YC-C - in 0.7 V_pp / 75 ohm j
16 - n.c.
17 - Video Ground H
18 - Video Ground H
19 - CVBS - out 1 V_pp / 75 ohm k
20 - Y/CVBS - in 1 V_pp / 75 ohm j
21 - Shielding Ground H
1.2.4 Side Connections 21PT5421 only
Audio / Video In
Ye - Video (CVBS) 1 V_pp / 75 ohm jq
Wh - Audio - L 0.5 V_rms / 10 kohm jq
Rd - Audio - R 0.5 V_rms / 10 kohm jq
Bk - Headphone 8 - 600 Ohm / 4 mW ot
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1.3 Chassis Overview
Figure 1-8 Chassis Overview 14” & 21”
Figure 1-9 Chassis Overview 21PT5421
CRT PANEL
A6
MAIN
CHASSIS
PANEL
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
VIDEO
A7
SCART
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CRT PANEL
A6
SIDE I/O PANEL
A8
MAIN
CHASSIS
PANEL
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
VIDEO
A7
SCART
SOUND
DEFLECTION
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Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes EN 5TE3.2E CA 2.
2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes
Index of this chapter:
2.1 Safety Instructions
2.2 Maintenance Instructions
2.3 Warnings
2.4 Notes
2.1 Safety Instructions
Safety regulations require the following during a repair:
Connect the set to the Mains/AC Power via an isolation
transformer (> 800 VA).
Replace safety components, indicated by the symbol h,
only by components identical to the original ones. Any
other component substitution (other than original type) may
increase risk of fire or electrical shock hazard.
Wear safety goggles when you replace the CRT.
Safety regulations require that after a repair, the set must be
returned in its original condition. Pay in particular attention to
the following points:
General repair instruction: as a strict precaution, we advise
you to re-solder the solder connections through which the
horizontal deflection current flows. In particular this is valid
for the:
1. Pins of the line output transformer (LOT).
2. Fly-back capacitor(s).
3. S-correction capacitor(s).
4. Line output transistor.
5. Pins of the connector with wires to the deflection coil.
6. Other components through which the deflection current
flows.
Note: This re-soldering is advised to prevent bad connections
due to metal fatigue in solder connections, and is therefore only
necessary for television sets more than two years old.
Route the wire trees and EHT cable correctly and secure
them with the mounted cable clamps.
Check the insulation of the Mains/AC Power lead for
external damage.
Check the strain relief of the Mains/AC Power cord for
proper function, to prevent the cord from touching the CRT,
hot components, or heat sinks.
Check the electrical DC resistance between the Mains/AC
Power plug and the secondary side (only for sets that have
a Mains/AC Power isolated power supply):
1. Unplug the Mains/AC Power cord and connect a wire
between the two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug.
2. Set the Mains/AC Power switch to the "on" position
(keep the Mains/AC Power cord unplugged!).
3. Measure the resistance value between the pins of the
Mains/AC Power plug and the metal shielding of the
tuner or the aerial connection on the set. The reading
should be between 4.5 Mohm and 12 Mohm.
4. Switch "off" the set, and remove the wire between the
two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug.
Check the cabinet for defects, to prevent touching of any
inner parts by the customer.
2.2 Maintenance Instructions
We recommend a maintenance inspection carried out by
qualified service personnel. The interval depends on the usage
conditions:
When a customer uses the set under normal
circumstances, for example in a living room, the
recommended interval is three to five years.
When a customer uses the set in an environment with
higher dust, grease, or moisture levels, for example in a
kitchen, the recommended interval is one year.
The maintenance inspection includes the following actions:
1. Perform the “general repair instruction” noted above.
2. Clean the power supply and deflection circuitry on the
chassis.
3. Clean the picture tube panel and the neck of the picture
tube.
2.3 Warnings
In order to prevent damage to ICs and transistors, avoid all
high voltage flashovers. In order to prevent damage to the
picture tube, use the method shown in figure “Discharge
picture tube”, to discharge the picture tube. Use a high
voltage probe and a multi-meter (position VDC). Discharge
until the meter reading is 0 V (after approx. 30 s).
Figure 2-1 Discharge picture tube
All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to
electrostatic discharges (ESD w). Careless handling
during repair can reduce life drastically. Make sure that,
during repair, you are connected with the same potential as
the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. Keep
components and tools also at this same potential. Available
ESD protection equipment:
Complete kit ESD3 (small tablemat, wristband,
connection box, extension cable and earth cable) 4822
310 10671.
Wristband tester 4822 344 13999.
Be careful during measurements in the high voltage
section.
Never replace modules or other components while the unit
is switched "on".
When you align the set, use plastic rather than metal tools.
This will prevent any short circuits and prevents circuits
from becoming unstable.
2.4 Notes
2.4.1 General
Measure the voltages and waveforms with regard to the
chassis (= tuner) ground (H), or hot ground (I), depending
on the tested area of circuitry. The voltages and waveforms
shown in the diagrams are indicative. Measure them in the
Service Default Mode (see chapter 5) with a colour bar
signal and stereo sound (L: 3 kHz, R: 1 kHz unless stated
otherwise) and picture carrier at 475.25 MHz for PAL, or
61.25 MHz for NTSC (channel 3).
Where necessary, measure the waveforms and voltages
with (D) and without (E) aerial signal. Measure the
voltages in the power supply section both in normal
operation (G) and in stand-by (F). These values are
indicated by means of the appropriate symbols.
The semiconductors indicated in the circuit diagram and in
the parts lists, are interchangeable per position with the
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semiconductors in the unit, irrespective of the type
indication on these semiconductors.
2.4.2 Schematic Notes
All resistor values are in ohms, and the value multiplier is
often used to indicate the decimal point location (e.g. 2K2
indicates 2.2 kohm).
Resistor values with no multiplier may be indicated with
either an "E" or an "R" (e.g. 220E or 220R indicates 220
ohm).
All capacitor values are given in micro-farads (µ= x10-6),
nano-farads (n= x10-9), or pico-farads (p= x10-12).
Capacitor values may also use the value multiplier as the
decimal point indication (e.g. 2p2 indicates 2.2 pF).
An "asterisk" (*) indicates component usage varies. Refer
to the diversity tables for the correct values.
The correct component values are listed in the Spare Parts
List. Therefore, always check this list when there is any
doubt.
2.4.3 Rework on BGA (Ball Grid Array) ICs
General
Although (LF)BGA assembly yields are very high, there may
still be a requirement for component rework. By rework, we
mean the process of removing the component from the PWB
and replacing it with a new component. If an (LF)BGA is
removed from a PWB, the solder balls of the component are
deformed drastically so the removed (LF)BGA has to be
discarded.
Device Removal
As is the case with any component that is being removed, it is
essential when removing an (LF)BGA, that the board, tracks,
solder lands, or surrounding components are not damaged. To
remove an (LF)BGA, the board must be uniformly heated to a
temperature close to the reflow soldering temperature. A
uniform temperature reduces the risk of warping the PWB.
To do this, we recommend that the board is heated until it is
certain that all the joints are molten. Then carefully pull the
component off the board with a vacuum nozzle. For the
appropriate temperature profiles, see the IC data sheet.
Area Preparation
When the component has been removed, the vacant IC area
must be cleaned before replacing the (LF)BGA.
Removing an IC often leaves varying amounts of solder on the
mounting lands. This excessive solder can be removed with
either a solder sucker or solder wick. The remaining flux can be
removed with a brush and cleaning agent.
After the board is properly cleaned and inspected, apply flux on
the solder lands and on the connection balls of the (LF)BGA.
Note: Do not apply solder paste, as this has been shown to
result in problems during re-soldering.
Device Replacement
The last step in the repair process is to solder the new
component on the board. Ideally, the (LF)BGA should be
aligned under a microscope or magnifying glass. If this is not
possible, try to align the (LF)BGA with any board markers.
So as not to damage neighbouring components, it may be
necessary to reduce some temperatures and times.
More Information
For more information on how to handle BGA devices, visit this
URL: www.atyourservice.ce.philips.com (needs subscription,
not available for all regions). After login, select “Magazine”,
then go to “Repair downloads”. Here you will find Information
on how to deal with BGA-ICs.
2.4.4 Lead-free Solder
Philips CE is producing lead-free sets (PBF) from 1.1.2005
onwards.
Identification: The bottom line of a type plate gives a 14-digit
serial number. Digits 5 and 6 refer to the production year, digits
7 and 8 refer to production week (in example below it is 1991
week 18).
Figure 2-2 Serial number example
Regardless of the special lead-free logo (which is not always
indicated), one must treat all sets from this date onwards
according to the rules as described below.
Figure 2-3 Lead-free logo
Due to lead-free technology some rules have to be respected
by the workshop during a repair:
Use only lead-free soldering tin Philips SAC305 with order
code 0622 149 00106. If lead-free solder paste is required,
please contact the manufacturer of your soldering
equipment. In general, use of solder paste within
workshops should be avoided because paste is not easy to
store and to handle.
Use only adequate solder tools applicable for lead-free
soldering tin. The solder tool must be able:
To reach a solder-tip temperature of at least 400°C.
To stabilise the adjusted temperature at the solder-tip.
To exchange solder-tips for different applications.
Adjust your solder tool so that a temperature of around
360°C - 380°C is reached and stabilised at the solder joint.
Heating time of the solder-joint should not exceed ~ 4 sec.
Avoid temperatures above 400°C, otherwise wear-out of
tips will increase drastically and flux-fluid will be destroyed.
To avoid wear-out of tips, switch “off” unused equipment or
reduce heat.
Mix of lead-free soldering tin/parts with leaded soldering
tin/parts is possible but PHILIPS recommends strongly to
avoid mixed regimes. If this cannot be avoided, carefully
clean the solder-joint from old tin and re-solder with new
tin.
Use only original spare-parts listed in the Service-Manuals.
Not listed standard material (commodities) has to be
purchased at external companies.
Special information for lead-free BGA ICs: these ICs will be
delivered in so-called "dry-packaging" to protect the IC
against moisture. This packaging may only be opened
shortly before it is used (soldered). Otherwise the body of
the IC gets "wet" inside and during the heating time the
structure of the IC will be destroyed due to high (steam-)
pressure inside the body. If the packaging was opened
before usage, the IC has to be heated up for some hours
(around 90°C) for drying (think of ESD-protection!).
Do not re-use BGAs at all!
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For sets produced before 1.1.2005, containing leaded
soldering tin and components, all needed spare parts will
be available till the end of the service period. For the repair
of such sets nothing changes.
In case of doubt whether the board is lead-free or not (or with
mixed technologies), you can use the following method:
Always use the highest temperature to solder, when using
SAC305 (see also instructions below).
De-solder thoroughly (clean solder joints to avoid mix of
two alloys).
Caution: For BGA-ICs, you must use the correct temperature-
profile, which is coupled to the 12NC. For an overview of these
profiles, visit the website www.atyourservice.ce.philips.com
(needs subscription, but is not available for all regions)
You will find this and more technical information within the
"Magazine", chapter "Repair downloads".
For additional questions please contact your local repair help
desk.
2.4.5 Practical Service Precautions
It makes sense to avoid exposure to electrical shock.
While some sources are expected to have a possible
dangerous impact, others of quite high potential are of
limited current and are sometimes held in less regard.
Always respect voltages. While some may not be
dangerous in themselves, they can cause unexpected
reactions that are best avoided. Before reaching into a
powered TV set, it is best to test the high voltage insulation.
It is easy to do, and is a good service precaution.
3. Directions for Use
You can download this information from the following websites:
http://www.philips.com/support
http://www.p4c.philips.com
Mechanical Instructions
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4. Mechanical Instructions
Index of this chapter:
4.1 Rear Cover Removal
4.2 Service Position Main Panel
4.3 Rear Cover Mounting
Note: Figures below can deviate slightly from the actual
situation, due to the different set executions.
4.1 Rear Cover Removal
Remove all (ten) fixation screws of the rear cover: two at
the top, two at each side, three at the bottom and one in
the middle of the rear cover. The 14" set has only four
fixation screws: two at the top and two at the bottom.
Now pull the rear cover backward to remove it.
4.2 Service Position Main Panel
Disconnect the strain relief of the Mains cord.
Remove the main panel, by pushing the two centre clips
outward [1]. At the same time, pull the panel away from the
CRT [2].
Disconnect the degaussing coil by removing the cable from
connector KP02.
Move the panel somewhat to the left and flip it 90 degrees
[3], with the components towards the CRT.
4.3 Rear Cover Mounting
Before you mount the rear cover:
Place the mains cord correctly in its guiding brackets
(strain relief).
Place all cables in their original position.
Figure 4-1 Mechanical Service Position
1
1
2
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5. Service Modes, Error Codes and Fault Finding
Index of this chapter:
5.1 Service Modes
5.2 Fault Tracing Diagram for Power Supply
5.1 Service Modes
The Service Mode offers features, which the service technician
can use to repair a set. Any feature change, made via the
Service Menu, will respond at the same time. All displayed text
strings in the Service Modes are in English.
5.1.1 TV Service Mode
Purpose
To perform alignments (e.g. colour adjustment and
geometry alignments)
To change option settings
Specifications
All service unfriendly modes (if present) are disabled, like:
Auto switch 'off' (when there is no 'ident' signal)
Timer switch to a channel
Automatic user menu time-out
The NVM is unprotected
AV functions are not working
How to enter the Service Mode
Screen menu's must be 'off', when you enter the Service Mode.
Use a standard customer RC transmitter and key in the code
062596 directly followed by the MENU button in 10 seconds.
The following screen is visible when you enter the Service
Mode:
Figure 5-1 TV Service Mode Menu
1. LLLLLLL. This is the used IC type.
2. PAB#-XX. This is the software identification.
P = Philips.
A = the region (W = West Europe, E = East Europe).
B = sound specification (M = Mono, S = Stereo).
# = number of TXT pages.
XX = the software version number (the first X is the
main software version number and the second X is the
sub software version number).
3. PROGRAM.
4. OPTIONS. Three codes possible.
5. GEOMETRY. To align the geometry (see chapter 8.2.2 for
a detailed description).
6. G2A. To align the G2 (see chapter 8.2.3 for a detailed
description).
7. VIDEO. To adjust RGB, R_cut-off and G_cut-off.
8. TUNER/IF. To align the tuner.
How to navigate
Select menu items with the CURSOR UP/DOWN keys.
With the CURSOR LEFT/RIGHT keys, it is possible to
change the value of the first item (Program)
With the CURSOR RIGHT and OK keys, activate the
selected menu item.
When you press the MENU key in a sub menu, you will
return to the previous menu.
When you press the MENU key in the Service Mode menu,
you will return to the Main menu.
How to exit
With the STANDBY command, the set switches to
Standby.
With the MENU key, the set returns to the Main menu.
Switching the set 'off' and 'on' with the mains switch, brings
the set into normal operation again. All changes in the
Service Mode are stored immediately.
ST92195PSC7-V5 XX.XX.XX
Program 06
OPTIONS
GEOMETRY
G2A
VIDEO
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5.2 Fault Tracing Diagram for Power Supply
Figure 5-2 Fault Tracing
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D100,101
D102,103
R100, C106,
Fuse
YES
F100
Defective
Switched m ode
Power Supply defective,
+110V is missing or level
is wrong
NO
R107, R115
Open
circuit
NO
Voltage at
drain of
T101
YES
R112
R110, D107
D106,R114
I101
NO
Measure
D116
NO
+110V
adjustable
with V100
YES
Control range of
switched-mode
Power Supply
Start-up
Voltage pin 8
<8V
Voltage at
I100 pin3
<1V
YES
YES
NO
NO
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Table 5-1 Diversity between Main Board 05TA085-5 and 05TA085-6
Component Pos.No Type/Value Reason for Modification Schematic Location Action Component
J847 8MM Removed (D125 Will Be Used) A1 MCU removed jumper
J947 18MM Emc A2 Video New Jumper
J950 0R SMD Emc A2 Video New Jumper
J951 0R SMD Emc A2 Video New Jumper
L325 FB SMD Mute/demute Problem A2 Video New Inductor coil
D404 LL4148 Plop Sound Problem A3 Sound New Diode
D405 LL4148 Plop Sound Problem A3 Sound New Diode
J425 10MM Optional Jumper(Sound Output Balance) A3 Sound New Jumper
J948 18MM Plop Sound Problem A3 Sound New Jumper
R457 3K3 SMD Plop Sound Problem A3 Sound New Resistor
R458 10K SMD Plop Sound Problem A3 Sound New Resistor
R459 390R SMD Plop Sound Problem A3 Sound New Resistor
R460 1K SMD Plop Sound Problem A3 Sound New Resistor
R461 390R SMD Plop Sound Problem A3 Sound New Resistor
R462 10K SMD Plop Sound Problem A3 Sound New Resistor
R463 1K SMD Plop Sound Problem A3 Sound New Resistor
T411 BC848 Plop Sound Problem A3 Sound New Transistor
T412 BC848 Plop Sound Problem A3 Sound New Transistor
D125 BAT85 Fault Condition Tests A4 Power Change DIODE RECT.SS13 BAT85
R100 PRS05W Temperature Problem A4 Power Same Same
R147 Not Used A4 Power New Fuse
R148 FUSE,3A,32V,SMD Fault Condition Tests A4 Power New Fuse
C626 Fault Condition Tests(Not Used) A5 Deflection C626 (New) not used but added to schematic
J707 0R Optional Jumper A7 Scart New Jumper
J949 8MM Emc A7 Scart New Jumper
L721 10uH SMD Emc A7 Scart New inductor coil
J952 13MM Emc
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8. Alignments
Index of this chapter:
8.1 Hardware Alignments
8.2 Software Alignments/Settings
8.1 Hardware Alignments
8.1.1 System Voltage Adjustment
Switch the TV in AV mode by pressing the AV button on the
remote control unit (minimum beam current condition).
Adjust the V100 potentiometer until you measure 110 V DC
on the cathode of diode D116
8.2 Software Alignments/Settings
Enter the TV Service Mode. The Service Mode menu will now
appear on the screen.
Figure 8-1 Service Mode Menu
Select one of the following alignments:
1. OPTIONS.
2. GEOMETRY.
3. G2ADJ.
4. VIDEO.
5. TUNER/IF.
8.2.1 Options
Options are used to control the presence/absence of certain
features and hardware.
An Option byte represents a number of different options. All
options are controlled via three option bytes.
Options
01: 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
02: 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
03: 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1
How to change an Option byte
Select the option byte (01, 02 or 03) by pressing the CURSOR
UP/ DOWN keys.
Use a digit key (0 to 7) to change the relevant option bit. The bit
values will change from 0 to 1 and from 1 to 0 on each pressing
of the relevant digit key.
Option bit definition
Option byte 1: System configuration
b0: 1: Welcome Bit Set; 0: Welcome Bit Reset
b1: 1: Stroke 05 Selected / PAL I; 0: Stroke 01 or 58 selected
b2: 1: SecamL Available; 0: SecamL not Available
b3: 1: AV available; 0: AV not available
b4: 1: Standby; 0: Last State
b5: 1: West Europe available; 0: West Europe not available
b6: 1: East Europe available; 0: East Europe not available
b7: 1: EXT2 available; 0: EXT2 not available
Option byte 2: Video configuration
b0: 1: QSS Application; 0: Intercarrier Application
b1: 1: Blue Screen enable; 0: Blue Screen disable
b2: 1: OSD Contrast Control enable; 0: OSD Contrast Control
disable
b3: 1: APR ON; 0: APR OFF
b7 b6 b5 b4: APR Level
0 0 0 0: 50 IRE
0 0 0 1: 53.33 IRE
0 0 1 0: 56.66 IRE
0 0 1 1: 60 IRE
0 1 0 0: 63.33 IRE
0 1 0 1: 66.66 IRE
0 1 1 0: 70 IRE
0 1 1 1: 73.33 IRE
1 0 0 0: 76.66 IRE
1 0 0 1: 80 IRE
1 0 1 0: 83.33 IRE
1 0 1 1: 86.66 IRE
1 1 0 0: 90 IRE
1 1 0 1: 93.33 IRE
1 1 1 0: 96.66 IRE
1 1 1 1: 100 IRE
Option 2 PT1501: b7,b6,b5,b4,b3=1; b2,b1=0; b0=1
Option 2 PT1521: b7,b6,b5,b4,b3=1; b2,b1=0; b0=1
Option byte 3 : Hardware configuration
b0: 1: RC014 available; 0: RC011 available
b1: 1: ST2248E Version;0: ST2248C Version
b2: 1: CVBS_Output 2.3V; 0: CVBS_Output 2V
b3: 1: One Xtal Appl (4.43 MHz); 0: Two Xtal Appl (for NTSC)
b4: 1: Smart sound available; 0: Smart sound not available
b5: 1: PT14 smart picture; 0: PT21 smart picture
b7 b6: Tuner Selection
0 0: Thomson
0 1: Philips
1 0: Thomson 5540
1 1: Samsung
Option 3 PT1501: b7=1;b6=0;b5,b4=1;b3=0;b2,b1=1;b0=x
Option 3 PT1521: b7=1;b6=0;b5,b4=1;b3=0;b2,b1=1;b0=x
8.2.2 Geometry
The Geometry Alignments menu contains several items to
align the set, in order to obtain correct picture geometry.
Figure 8-2 Geometry
ST92195PSC7-V5 XX.XX.XX
Program 06
OPTIONS
GEOMETRY
G2A
VIDEO
TUNER/IF
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Enter the Service Mode and select the GEOMETRY settings.
VS, VP and HP settings carry out standard geometry
adjustments.
VS 16/9 50h setting has to be carried out until 3 cm distance
between upper and lower parts of the screen. Same
adjustments are valid for 60h 16/9 and 4/3.
V.S4/3 50h Vertical size property of picture at 50 Hz 4/3
aspect ratio broadcast (default value 10).
V.S4/3 Expand 50h Vertical size property of picture at 50
Hz 4/3 Expand aspect ratio broadcast (default value 15).
V.S4/3 60h Vertical size property of picture at 60 Hz 4/3
aspect ratio broadcast (default value 7).
V.S4/3 Expand 60h Vertical size property of picture at 60
Hz 4/3 Expand 9 aspect ratio broadcast (default value 11).
V.P to adjust the vertical position of the picture (default
value 0).
H.P to adjust the horizontal position of the picture (default
value 0).
8.2.3 G2 Adjust Menu
In this menu, we will see a comparative display according to the
preset. To adjust the G2, turn the G2 potentiometer on the LOT
until you reach the ':' sign. If the colon is highlighted, adjustment
is achieved ('<' means you have to decrease and '>' means you
have to increase).
Figure 8-3 G2 adjustment menu
8.2.4 Video
Figure 8-4 Video alignment menu
1. Apply a ‘white' pattern (at 100 IRE)
2. Set CONTRAST to 70% and BRIGHTNESS and COLOUR
SATURATION in the middle.
3. Place the colour analyser.
4. Via R, G, and B, it is possible to modify the 'peak white'.
5. Adjust to obtain the necessary values for x and y.
R (default value = 0)
G (default value = 0)
B (default value = 0)
1. Apply a 'dark grey' pattern (at 10 IRE).
2. Set CONTRAST to 70% and BRIGHTNESS and COLOUR
SATURATION in the middle.
3. Adjust to obtain the necessary values for x and y by
changing the R CFF and G CFF
R CFF (default value = 0)
G CFF (default value = 0)
Remark: After the low light alignment it may be necessary to
check and to re-align the high light, and to repeat several times
the procedure to obtain a good alignment for both low and high
light.
8.2.5 Tuner / IF
Figure 8-5 Tuner alignment menu
8.2.6 AGC Adjustment
Select the AGC parameter and adjust to 40 values.
Select the parameters, and adjust the settings until the ':'
indicator (displayed as >:< ) turns into red by pressing < and >
on the remote control.
PIF adjustment for BG/DK/L systems:
1. Apply a 38.9 MHz PAL BG signal.
2. Enter the Service Mode.
3. Select TUNE IF.
4. Choose the PIF C and PIF F items, and adjust the settings
until the ':' indicator (displayed as >:< ) turns into red by
pressing < and > on the remote control.
PIF C (default value = 0)
PIF F (default value = 0)
PIF adjustment for L' system:
1. Apply a 33.9 MHz SECAM L' signal.
2. Enter the Service Mode.
3. Select TUNE IF.
4. Choose the PIF COARSE L' and PIF FINE L' items, and
adjust the settings until the ':' indicator (displayed as >:< )
turns into red by pressing < and > on the remote control.
PIF CL' (default value = 0)
PIF FL' (default value = 0)
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9. Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets
Index of this chapter:
9.1 Basic Hardware Descriptions
9.2 Functional Description
9.3 Abbreviation List
9.1 Basic Hardware Descriptions
9.1.1 ST92195C/D Microcontroller
General Features
Register File based 8/16 bit Core Architecture with RUN,
WFI, SLOW, HALT modes
00 to +700C operating temperature range
Up to 24MHz. operation @ 5V (10%)
Min. Instruction cycle time: 165ns @ 24MHz.
48, 56, 64, 84 or 96 Kbytes ROM
256 bytes RAM of Register file (accumulators or index
registers )
256 to 512 bytes of on-chip static RAM
2 or 8 Kbytes of TDSRAM (Teletext and Display Storage
RAM )
28 fully programmable I/O pins
Serial Peripheral Interface
Flexible Clock controller for OSD, Data Slicer and Core
Clocks running from a single low frequency external
crystal.
Enhanced display controller with 26 rows of 40/80
characters
2 sets of 512 characters, 10x10 dot matrix, definable
by user
Serial and Parallel attributes
4/3 and 16/9 supported in 50/60Hz and 100/120Hz
mode
Rounding, fringe, double width, double height,
scrolling, cursor, full background colour, half intensity
colour, translucency and half-tone modes
Teletext unit, including DataSlicer, Acquisition unit and up
to 8Kbytes RAM for data storage
VPS and Wide Screen Signalling slicer
Integrated Sync Extractor and Sync Controller
14-bit Voltage Synthesis for tuning reference voltage
Up to 6 external interrupts plus one Non - Maskable
Interrupt
8 x 8-bit programmable PWM outputs with 5V open-drain
or push-pull capability
16-bit watchdog timer with 8-bit prescaler
1 or 2 16-bit standard timer(s) with 8-bit prescaler
•I
2C Master/Slave ( on some devices )
4-channel A/D converter; 5-bit guaranteed
Rich instruction set and 14 addressing modes
Versatile development tools, including Assembler, Linker,
C-compiler, Archiver, Source Level Debugger and
hardware emulators with Real-Time Operating System
available from third parties
Pin-compatible EPROM and OTP devices available
I/O Ports
Up to 28 I/O lines are dedicated to digital input/output. These
lines are grouped into up to 5 I/O Ports and can be configured
on a bit basis under SW control to provide timing, status
signals, timer and output, analogue inputs, external interrupts
and serial or parallel I/O.
TV Peripherals
A set of on-chip peripherals form a complete system for TV set
and VCR applications:
Voltage Synthesis
VPS / WSS Slicer
Teletext Slicer
Teletext Display RAM
•OSD
On Screen Display
The human interface is provided by the On Screen Display
module, this can produce up to 26 lines of up to 80 characters
from a ROM defined 512-character set. The character
resolution is 10x10 dot. Four character sizes are supported.
Serial attributes allow the user to select foreground and
background. Parallel attributes can be used to select additional
foreground and background colours and underline on a
character-by-character basis.
Teletext and Display Storage RAM
The Internal Teletext and Display storage RAM can be used to
store Teletext pages as well as Display parameters.
Teletext VPS and WSS Data Slicers
The three on-board data slicers using a single external crystal
are used to extract the teletext, VPS and WSS information from
the video signal. Hardware hamming decoding is provided.
Voltage Synthesis Tuning Control
14-bit Voltage Synthesis using the PWM /BRM technique can
be used to generate tuning voltages for TV set applications.
The tuning voltage is output on one of two separate output pins.
PWM Output
Control of TV settings can be made with up to eight 8-bit PWM
outputs, with a maximum frequency of 23.437Hz at 8-bit
resolution (INTCLK = 12MHz). Low resolutions with higher
frequency operation can be programmed.
Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
The SPI bus is used to communicate with external devices via
the SPI, or I2C bus communication standards. The SPI uses a
single data line for data input and output. A second line is used
for a synchronous clock signal.
Standard Timer
The ST92195C has one Standard Timer (STIMO) that includes
a programmable 16-bit down counter an associated 8-bit
prescaler with Single and Continuous counting modes.
Analogue/Digital Converter
In addition there is a 4-channel analogue to Digital Converter
with integral sample and hold, fast 5.7µs conversion time and
6-bit guaranteed resolution.
9.1.2 STV2248E/H Multi Standard TV Processor
I2C bus-controlled Multistandard single chip TV processor. The
STV2248E/H is fully bus-controlled ICs for TV that include PIF,
SIF, Luma, Chroma, and Deflection processing functions.
General Features:
•I
2C Bus Control
PIF Circuit with PLL Demodulation (Positive and Negative
Video)
SIF Circuit with QSS Structure, FM Demodulation and AM
Demodulation for France
Intercarrier Capability
Built-in Sound Bandpass
Sound Subcarrier Output for Stereo Chassis (FM, NICAM)
Audio Switch and Volume Control (Mono Chassis)
AVL (Automatic Volume Levelling)
Integrated Chroma Filters and Luma Delay Line
Integrated Chroma Delay Line
Video Switch (3 CVBS In, 2 CVBS Out)
SVHS Switch (Y Combined with CVBS3 Input)
OSD RGB Inputs
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External RGB/YCrCb Inputs or YUV Interface
PAL / SECAM / NTSC Chroma Demodulators
Auto Flesh Control Capability in NTSC mode
South America Capability (PAL-M / PAL-N / NTSC)
Chroma Subcarrier Output
Black Stretch Circuit
Peaking Circuit
Automatic Cut-off Current Loop
Manual Cut-off possible for low-cost applications
Two Horizontal Deflection PLLs
Vertical Countdown
Half Contrast
APR (Automatic RGB Peak Regulation) or RGB Peak
Limitation Function
White Insertion
Copy Protection mode
Wide Line Blanking mode
Very Few External Components
9.1.3 ST24C16 EEPROM
1 Million erase / write cycles with 40 years data retention
Single Supply Voltage: 3V to 5.5V
Programmable write protection
Two wire serial interface, fully I2C bus compatible
Byte and multibyte write (up to 8 byte)
Page write (up to 16 byte)
Byte, random and sequential read modes
Self timed programming cycle
Automatic address incrementing
Enhanced ESD/latch up performances
9.2 Functional Description
This chapter describes the functions of 21" RF TV. The
ST92195C/D MCU in TV part, handle the overall control of the
system.
9.2.1 ST92195 C/D:
Decodes the serial data from the remote control unit
Scans the local keyboard
Controls the OSD
Exchanges information via the serial I2C bus
Selects the proper tuner band
Selects the proper IF and the sound demodulator
Analogue picture controls
Switches between internal and external audio and video
signals
9.2.2 Tuning
Frequency Synthesis Tuning system with 62.5kHz
resolution based on PLL technology
Silent Automatic search tuning based on AFC and IDENT
Auto Store function to find and store all transmitters (from
44 MHz to 860 MHz)
ATS Algorithm capability (See country List on 4.2.2
Installation Menu)
Fine Tuning capability (-4 MHz ... +4 MHz)
Automatic PAL/SECAM/NTSC recognition both RF and AV
Automatic sound recognition on program switching
Suitable for positive and negative modulation
Selection of 100 programmes (0 ... 99)
Dark programme switching
TV channel installation menu
5-character program name
Manual Search and Store capability
Manual Sort capability
Plug and Play function
9.2.3 AFC
Controller tries to keep locked to the transmitter by means of
following the AFC signal, which may be effected by the
changes in frequency due to deviations in component ratings.
When a station is detected and stored thereupon is equipped
with the auto-following feature by default. However, the
memorisation after fine-tuning disables auto-following for that
station. In order to enable auto-following, the station must be
tuned again by automatic search.
AFC bit in NVM
0: Auto-following Disabled (Store after fine tune)
1: Auto-following Enabled (Store after auto search)
Table 9-1 AFC Reference Values
9.2.4 Picture
Screen Format Selection
3 different formats are available; 16:9 Compress, 4:3, 4:3
Expand. When Clear/Format key is pressed for the first time an
OSD stating the current screen format is displayed on the
screen. In order to select another screen format this key must
be pressed before the OSD disappears (within 5 seconds).
Picture Control
Brightness > 64 Steps (00 ... 63)
Colour > 64 Steps (00 ... 63)
Contrast > 64 Steps (00 ... 63)
Sharpness > 16 Steps (00 ... 15)
Colour Temperature > Normal > Red (offset), Green
(offset)
Warm > Red (offset + 9), Green (offset + 7)
Cool > Red (offset - 10), Green (offset - 7)
Hue > 64 Steps (-32 ... +31) (Hue control setting is
available only for NTSC settings.)
Noise Reduction > On/Off
Contrast+ > On/Off
Smart Picture Modes
5 different Smart Picture Modes (Rich, Natural, Soft,
Multimedia and Personal) are available in RF, AV Modes. User
can select any of these modes or return to the personal
selections. Using the Smart Picture key on the RC unit can
perform selection of different modes or returning to personal
selections. When Smart Picture key is pressed for the first time,
an OSD stating the current mode will be displayed. In order to
select another mode this key must be pressed before the OSD
disappears (within 5 seconds). The last selected mode is
always stored to NVM.
AFC Out Frequency
0 -60 kHz < FPLL - F0 < +60 kHz
2 -300 kHz < FPLL - F0 < -60 kHz
3 FPLL - F0 < -300 kHz
4 +60 kHz < FPLL - F0 < +300 kHz
5 +300 kHz < FPLL - F0
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Table 9-2 Smart Picture Mode Settings
9.2.5 Sound
Sound Mode Selection
Mono > Only mono
Sound Control
Volume > 64 Steps (00 ... 63)
Volume: Volume can be controlled via the local keyboard or by
the remote control unit. If mute is active and volume up key is
pressed, audio will exit mute and volume will start to increase
from the indication mark where it was muted previously. If mute
is active and volume down key is pressed, audio will stay in
mute and start to decrease from the indication mark where it
was muted previously. When mute is deactivated audio value
will preserve its last setting.
Mute: LS sound can be switched off temporarily with the MUTE
key. Sound can be switched on again by:
Re-pressing the mute key.
Pressing the V+ key.
While mute is active and the volume down key is pressed,
preserving the mute condition audio will start to decrease
from where it was muted previously. When mute is
deactivated audio value will keep its last setting.
Mute will be stored to NVM before cold power on and will stay
in its last state after switching the TV set on. All through the
time mute is active, mute symbol will be displayed on the
screen permanently.
Back-end mute: The loudspeakers and the headphone are
automatically muted when there is no ident from the video
processor. Audio is muted within 200msec after the back-end
ident disappears. Mute stays active for 1sec. after ident
returns. For all internal and external sources that are selected,
this ident control and sound mute will be performed.
Front-end mute: If the terrestrial front-end does not deliver any
ident, audio is muted within 200 ms after the front-end ident
disappears. Mute stays active for 1 sec. after the ident returns.
Smart Sound Modes
4 different Smart Sound Modes (Voice, Music, Theatre and
Normal) are available. It was modified by HW and SW,
because there is no sound processor (e.g. MSP). Using two
pins from ST92195 to give smart sound effect. User can select
any of these modes or return to normal selections. Using the
Smart Sound key on the Remote Control unit can perform
selection of different modes or returning to normal selections.
When Smart Sound key is pressed for the first time, an OSD
stating the current mode will be displayed. In order to select
another mode this key must be pressed before the OSD
disappears (within 5 seconds). The last selected mode is
always stored to NVM.
Table 9-3 Smart sound mode settings
It takes 3 seconds for the changes on Picture or Sound
settings to be stored into NVM.
9.2.6 Peri-TV
EXT has audio/video input/output, RGB (Full SCART)
AV has audio/video input, CVBS
Table 9-4 Peri TV Outputs
Pin 8 Behaviour for EXT:
While the set is going out of Standby (if the last state of the
set is not Standby State before cold power off, set will go
out of Standby automatically after cold power on), if the
SCART Pin8 is activated set will automatically switch to
external source.
While the set is in RF mode (if not any menu displaying and
if teletext is not activated), if Pin8 is activated (including
Canal +) set will automatically switch to external source.
If set switches to external source with Pin8, P+/P- keys on
the RC or keyboard will react as if set is in the last program
or source before switching to external source not in
external mode.
E.g.:
Set is in Program 5; Press P+ (Set is in Program 6).
Pin 8 activated while set is in Program 6 (Set switches to EXT).
Press P+ (or P-): Set will switch to Program 7 (or Program 5).
Pin16 Behaviour for EXT:
Pin16 is activated when the voltage is more than 0,7 Volts.
In this case, EXT sets to RGB mode.
9.2.7 Memory
14" TV system requires 1KB NVM (24C16). This size of
memory gives the ability to store.
Storage of preferred picture and sound settings;
Storage of 100 preset data;
Storage of service settings and option bytes, Storage of
childlock password;
Storage of last state (stand-by or not) before cold power
off.
Bright-
ness Colour Contrast Sharpness
Color
Temp NR
Con-
trast+
Rich 59% 59% 92% 87% Cool OFF ON
Natural 58% 56% 86% 71% Normal OFF ON
Soft 43% 48% 83% 87% Normal ON OFF
Multimedia 50% 54% 95% 81% Normal OFF ON
Treble Bass
Voice OFF ON
Music ON OFF)
Theatre ON ON
Mode Peri-TV Output
TV Current RF Program
EXT Last RF Program
AV Last RF Program
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9.3 Abbreviation List
110VOUT 123 V Horizontal power supply
24_VERT 33 V Vertical power supply
5VA 5 V analogue
5VD 5 V digital
AGC Auto Gain Control
AV1/AV2 AV1 / AV2 information
AV_STATUS AV Status
BBlue
B_OSD OSD Blue input
BCL Beam Current Limiter
CVBS Composite Video Signal
CVBSEXT External CVBS input
CVBSOUT Second Video Switch Output
CVBSTXT Teletext CVBS
DOC Depends on Chassis
FB_OSD OSD Fast blanking Input
FBEXT Fast Blanking External
FBT Flyback Transformer
FLM Flaman
G Green
G_OSD OSD Green input
HOSD Horizontal OSD
HOUT Horizontal Output pulse
IF1 Intermediate Frequency 1
IF2 Intermediate Frequency 2
IR Infrared led
KEYB Front panel keyboard
L/L' SECAM L/L' sound standard
LOUT Left out
MDO Mode control data output
ON/STBY On/Standby
PRST Preset
RRed
R_OSD OSD Red input
RIN Red in
RMOT Remote Control
SCL I2C Clock
SDA I2C Data
SW1 Switch 1
TXTSW Teletext switch
V_AMP Vertical Amplitude DAC output
V_OSD Vertical OSD
VERT Vertical Output pulse
VGUARD Vertical guard voltage
VMEM Voltage supplied for EEPROM
VOL Volume
Vol- Volume -
Vol+ Volume +
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9.4 IC Data Sheets
This section shows the internal block diagrams and pin layouts
of ICs that are drawn as "black boxes" in the electrical diagrams
(with the exception of "memory" and "logic" ICs).
9.4.1 Diagram A1, ST24C16 (IC I201)
Figure 9-1 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
2
PB0-PB1 SDA
VCC
ST24x16
ST25x16
MODE/WC*
SCL
VSS
PRE
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Block Diagram
SDAVSS
SCL
MODE/WCPB0
PRE VCC
PB1
AI00867B
ST24x16
ST25x16
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
1
AI00500B
2
3
4
8
7
6
5SDAVSS
SCL
MODE/WCPB0
PRE VCC
PB1
ST24x16
ST25x16
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9.4.2 Diagram A1, ST92195CD (IC I200)
Figure 9-2 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
MEMORY BUS
I/O
PORT 0
REGISTER BUS
I²C 2)
PWM
D/A CON-
VERTER
SPI
I/O
PORT 4
I/O
PORT 5
Up to 96
Kbytes ROM
DATA
SLICER
& ACQUI-
SITION
UNIT
SYNC.
EXTRAC-
TION
Up to 8
Kbytes
TDSRAM TRI
256 or 512
bytes RAM
STANDARD
TIMER 1)
TIMING AND
CLOCK CTRL
16-BIT
TIMER/
WATCHDOG
VPS/WSS
DATA
SLICER
I/O
PORT 2
ADC
CVBS1
I/O
PORT 3
SYNC
CONTROL
VSYNC
HSYNC/CSYNC
ON
SCREEN
DISPLAY
FREQ.
MULTIP. PXFM
NMI
INT[7:4]
INT2
256 bytes
Register File
ST9+ CORE
8/16-bit
CPU
Interrupt
Management
RCCU
OSCIN
OSCOUT
RESET
RESETO
P0[7:0]
WSCR
WSCF
CVBS2
R/G/B/FB
PWM[7:0]
SDO/SDI
SCK
INT0
STOUT0
MMU
MCFM
TXCF
TSLU
AIN[4:1]
EXTRG
P2[5:0]
P4[7:0]
P5[1:0]
P3[7:4]
CSO
HT
All alternate functions (Italic characters) are mapped on Ports 0, 2, 3, 4 and 5
2
8
4
6
8
VOLTAGE
SYNTHESIS
VSO[2:1]
SDA1/SCL1
SDA2/SCL2
Note 1: One standard timer on ST92195C devices, two standard timers on ST92195D devices
Note 2: I²C available on ST92195D devices only
INT7/P2.0
RESET
P0.7
P0.6
P0.5
P0.4
P0.3
AIN4/P0.2
P0.1
P0.0
CSO/RESET0/P3.7
P3.6
P3.5
P3.4
B
G
R
FB
SDA1/SDI/SDO/P5.1
SCL1/SCK/INT2/P5.0
VDD
JTDO
WSCF
VPP/WSCR
AVDD3
TEST0
MCFM
JTCK
P2.1/INT5/AIN1
P2.2/INT0/AIN2
P2.3/INT6/VS01
P2.4/NMI
P2.5/AIN3/INT4/VS02
OSCIN
OSCOUT
P4.7/PWM7/EXTRG/STOUT0
P4.6/PWM6
P4.5/PWM5/SDA2
P4.4/PWM4/SCL2
P4.3/PWM3/TSLU/HT
P4.2/PWM2
P4.1/PWM1
P4.0/PWM0
VSYNC
HSYNC/CSYNC
AVDD1
PXFM
JTRSTO
GND
AGND
CVBS1
CVBS2
JTMS
AVDD2
CVBSO
TXCF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29 G_16010_019.eps
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Pin Configuration
Block Diagram
Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets EN 45TE3.2E CA 9.
9.4.3 Diagram A2, STV224X (IC I300)
Figure 9-3 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
S TV2248H
APR
BCL/SAF
RGB
CONTRAST
BRIGHT.
DRIVE
CUTOGG
BLANKING
LUMA DL
PEAKING
& CORING
ACC & ACC
OVERLOAD
BANDPASS
FILTER
Sound Subcarrier
W/B SPOT
INVERTER
PLL Reference
Carrier
XTAL3/BTUN
ROSD
FBOSD/HC
GOSD
BOSD
BCL/SAF
I
CATH
ROUT
GOUT
BOUT
VERT
HOUT
3
LFB/SSC
SLPF
X1/VAMP/CHROUT
CLPF
XTAL1
XTAL2
AM/FMOUT/SC
EXTAUDIOIN
AUDIOOUT
BLACK
STRETCH
CHROMA
TRAP
FILTER
TUNING
BELL
TUNING
SAT./CONT
MATRIX
YUV
SWITCH
DEEMP.
FM Mono
AM
Mono
49
Mute
SOUND BP
FM DEMOD
AGC
AGC
TUNER AGC
PLL
AFC
HORIZONTAL
2nd LOOP
HORIZONTAL
1st LOOP
AUTO IDENT.
KILLER
PAL/SECAM/NTSC
DEMODULATOR
VERTICAL
SCANNING
SYNC.
SEP
CHROMA
DL
VAMP DC
CONTROL
I²C BUS
DECODER
AUDIO
REF
4
V
REF
SCL
SDA
52 51
53
V
CCD
54
GNDD
V
CCIF
10
GND
IF
12
45
V
CC1
43
GND1
V
CC2
19
GND2
17
56
FMCAP
23
CHR
22
Y/CVBSIN3
20
CVBSIN2
18
CVBSIN1
44
CVBSOUT2
13
INTCVBSOUT
29
NTBC/CVBSOUT1
15
PIFLC1
16
PIFLC2
7
PIFIN2
6
PIFIN1
HALF
CONTRAST
VOLUME
21
BS
28
FBEXT
27
REXT/Cr
26
GEXT/Y
25
BEXT/Cb
IFPLL
9
1
SIFIN1
2
SIFIN2
5
AGCPIFCAP
8
TUNERAGCOUT
3
AGCSIFCAP
RGB
TO YUV
LIMITER
I
CATH
SENSE
AVL
37
36
35
34
24
APR
46
33
32
31
30
47
48
50
Mute
42
414039
38111455
BELL
FILTER
RGB
SWITCH
G_16010_024.eps
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Pin Configuration / Connection Diagrams
Block Diagram
SIFIN1
SIFIN2
AGCSIFCAP
V
REFIF
AGCPIFCAP
PIFIN1
PIFIN2
TUNERAGCOUT
IFPLL
GND
IF
AM/FMOUT/SC
V
CCI F
INTCVBSOUT
EXTAUDIOIN
PIFLC1
PIFLC2
V
CC2
CVBSIN1
GND2
CVBSIN2
BS
Y/CVBSIN3
CHR
APR
BEXT/Cb
GEXT/Y
REXT/Cr
FBEXT
FMCAP
AUDIOOUT
GNDD
V
CCD
SDA
SCL
SLPF
LFB/SSC
HOUT
VERT
BCL/SAF
V
CC1
CVBSOUT2
GND1
X1/VAMP/CHROUT
CLPF
XTAL1
XTAL2
XTAL3/BTUN
ROSD
GOSD
BOSD
I
CATH
ROUT
GOUT
BOUT
NTBC/CVBSOUT1
FBOSD/HC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets
EN 46 TE3.2E CA9.
9.4.4 Diagram A3, TDA2822 (IC I404)
Figure 9-4 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
G_16010_026.eps
130206
Pin Configuration / Connection Diagrams
Block Diagram
Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets EN 47TE3.2E CA 9.
9.4.5 Diagram A4, IC1QS01 (IC I100)
Figure 9-5 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
RZI
UVLO
Q
Q
SET
CLR
S
R
Reference
Voltage and
Current
GND
OUT
Power
Driver
Ringing
Suppression
Time
1V
25mV
OFC
PCS
SRC
VCC
1V
2V
Burst-Mode
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
3.5V
4.4V
+
-
4.8V
+
-
20V Overvoltage
Protection
Start
Digital Processing
50µs Timer
50ms Timer
ZC-Counter
UP/DO-Counter
Latch
Primary
Regulation
+
-
5V
Q
Q
SET
CLR
D
L
1V +
-
Foldback
Point Corr.
1.5V
+
-
5.7V
5V
5V
20k
G_16010_020.eps
130206
Pin Configuration
Block Diagram
1
2
3
45
6
7
8
N.C.
PC S
RZ I
SRC
VC C
OU T
GN D
OF C
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
4
PC S
RZ I
SR C
VC C
OUT
GN D
OF C
Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets
EN 48 TE3.2E CA9.
9.4.6 Diagram A4, LM317 (IC I103)
Figure 9-6 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
G_16010_021.eps
130206
Pin Configuration / Connection Diagrams
Block Diagram
(TO-3)
Metal Can Package
(TO-39)
Metal Can Package
00906330
CASE IS OUTPUT
Bottom View
Steel Package
NS Package Number K02A or K02C
00906331
CASE IS OUTPUT
Bottom View
NS Package Number H03A
(TO-263) Surface-Mount Package
(TO-220)
Plastic Package
00906335
Top View
00906332
Front View
NS Package Number T03B
Ceramic Leadless
Chip Carrier
00906336
Side View
NS Package Number TS3B
00906334
Top View
NS Package Number E20A
Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets EN 49TE3.2E CA 9.
9.4.7 Diagram A4, LM7805 (IC I104)
Figure 9-7 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
G_16010_022.eps
130206
Pin Configuration / Connection Diagrams
Block Diagram
Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets
EN 50 TE3.2E CA9.
9.4.8 Diagram A5, TDA1771 (IC I600)
Figure 9-8 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
FLYBACK
GENERATOR
THERMAL
PROTECTION
RAMP
GENERATOR
BUFFER
STAGE
VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
POWER
AMP.
10
2
1
9
3
467 85
R3
CLOCK
PULSE
TRIGGER IN
G_16010_025.eps
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Pin Configuration / Connection Diagrams
Block Diagram
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1POWER OUTPUT
OUTPUT STAGE V
S
TRIGGER INPUT
HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
GROUND
RAMP GENERATOR
BUFFER OUTPUT
INVERTING INPUT
V
S
FLYBACK GENERATOR
Spare Parts List EN 51TE3.2E CA 10.
10. Spare Parts List
Table 10-1 14PT1501/12
Pos 12NC Code Description
002013202630 CABLE 2P*1SKT 20CM MINI
002528554101 CABLE POW FLTLI7.5MM BLCSKT220
013466061870 LOGO PHILIPS14PT1347/05
036016010071 FERRIT RING U5 T 31X7X19
067310001831 FUSE2.5A250V5X20MM TIME-LAGSFT
067600002181 "ANTENNA ROD 14"""
070362110151 A33EKC02X01
075110211070 FUSE HOLDER GREY TK79/A2.5ASFT
608580003510 COIL DEG.14'PHLS.DVDTV 9RSFTY
610308170011 SPEAKER 16R 4W 50X90MM PHILIPS
631020092021 R/C RCLE011 MONO TXT PHILIPS
841300100120 COMP.14' PT19 50X90 SPEAKER
905108202700 BYL.BUTT.ON-OFF14PT1347SILVSHA
905108202710 BYL.BUTT.DORTLU14PT1347SILVSHA
4KBN 905100142900 BYL.KBN.14'PT 1347 WITHOUT CHINC
4KBN BYL.KBN.14'PT 1347 WITHOUT CHINC
ARKP 905110141830 BACK COVER14PT1347/1237
B200 081101111601 SWITCH TACT HRZ MTLCONT 6*6
B201 081101111601 SWITCH TACT HRZ MTLCONT 6*6
B202 081101111601 SWITCH TACT HRZ MTLCONT 6*6
B203 081101111601 SWITCH TACT HRZ MTLCONT 6*6
C100 040040152211 CAP CER 2.2NF 1KV 10% BN SFTY
C101 040040152211 CAP CER 2.2NF 1KV 10% BN SFTY
C102 040040152211 CAP CER 2.2NF 1KV 10% BN SFTY
C103 040040152211 CAP CER 2.2NF 1KV 10% BN SFTY
C104 620004062241 CAP MKT220NF275VAC20%RFIX2 SFT
C105 620004062241 CAP MKT220NF275VAC20%RFIX2 SFT
C107 040732056061 CAP CER 560PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C108 040742041061 CAP CER 10PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C109 996500020826 CAP CER 6.8NF 50V 5% 0603 COG
C110 040067041371 CAP CER. 1NF 400V%20ACX1Y1SFTY
C113 042719901071 CAP ELC 100MF400V20%SNAP-INSFT
C115 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C116 040043045661 CAP CER 56PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C117 042416503361 CAP ELECT 33MF 50V 20%
C119 040040172211 CAP CER 220PF 2KV 10% B
C120 620004133331 CAP MKP 33NF 630V 5% 15MM
C121 040040172211 CAP CER 220PF 2KV 10% B
C122 040040172211 CAP CER 220PF 2KV 10% B
C123 620003146811 CAP MKP 680PF 2000V 10%
C125 040040202221 CAPCER2.2NF400VAC20%4KVSFTX1Y1
C126 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C127 042410252281 CAP ELECT 2200MF 25V 20%
C128 042446501061 CAP ELECT 10MF 50V 20%
C129 042410252281 CAP ELECT 2200MF 25V 20%
C131 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C132 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C133 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C134 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C135 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C137 042410252281 CAP ELECT 2200MF 25V 20%
C141 042416502261 CAP ELECT 22MF 50V 20%
C142 042419834761 CAP ELECT 47MF 160V 20%
C143 042448504761 CAP ELECT 47MF 50V 20%
C144 042140161071 CAP ELECT 100MF 16V 20%
C145 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C146 042446161061 CAP ELECT 10MF 16V 20%
C200 042414164761 CAP ELECT 47MF 16V 20%
C201 042140161071 CAP ELECT 100MF 16V 20%
C202 042446161061 CAP ELECT 10MF 16V 20%
C203 482212613193 4,7NF10% X7R 63V
C204 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C205 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C206 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C207 042140161071 CAP ELECT 100MF 16V 20%
C208 042446161061 CAP ELECT 10MF 16V 20%
C209 040031042261 CAP CER 22PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C210 040031042261 CAP CER 22PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C211 040031042261 CAP CER 22PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C212 040031042261 CAP CER 22PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C213 482212614238 CER2 0603 X7R 50V 2N2 COL R
C214 482212614238 CER2 0603 X7R 50V 2N2 COL R
C215 482212613193 4,7NF10% X7R 63V
C216 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C217 040044081861 CAP CER 470NF 16V 10% X7R 0603
C218 040044081861 CAP CER 470NF 16V 10% X7R 0603
C219 040732041061 CAP CER 100PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C220 040732041061 CAP CER 100PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C221 040044081861 CAP CER 470NF 16V 10% X7R 0603
C222 040044081861 CAP CER 470NF 16V 10% X7R 0603
C223 532212611583 10NF 10% X7R 50V 0603 CER2
C224 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C225 040052044861 CAP CER 470PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C226 482212613883 220PF 5% 50V
C300 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C301 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C302 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C303 040151041051 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% B
C304 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C305 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C306 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C307 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C308 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C309 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C310 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C311 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C313 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C314 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C315 620013081041 CAP MKT 100NF 63V 5% 5MM
C316 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C317 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C318 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C319 042414164761 CAP ELECT 47MF 16V 20%
C321 042414164761 CAP ELECT 47MF 16V 20%
C322 042446161061 CAP ELECT 10MF 16V 20%
C323 042446161061 CAP ELECT 10MF 16V 20%
C324 042446161061 CAP ELECT 10MF 16V 20%
C325 042446161061 CAP ELECT 10MF 16V 20%
C326 040732041061 CAP CER 100PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C327 040732041061 CAP CER 100PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C329 040732041061 CAP CER 100PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C332 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C334 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C335 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C336 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C337 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C339 040031042261 CAP CER 22PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C340 040031042261 CAP CER 22PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C341 482205130008 0R00 JUMPER
C342 482212614487 8,2PF 0,5% 50V 0603
C353 532212611583 10NF 10% X7R 50V 0603 CER2
C354 040742022261 CAP CER 22NF 50V 5% X7R 0603
C355 040742022261 CAP CER 22NF 50V 5% X7R 0603
C356 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C357 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C358 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C359 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C360 532212611578 1NF 10% X7R 50V 0603
C361 532212611578 1NF 10% X7R 50V 0603
C362 532212611578 1NF 10% X7R 50V 0603
C363 040052043381 CAP CER 330NF 50V20-80%Y5V0805
C364 042140161071 CAP ELECT 100MF 16V 20%
C365 042140161071 CAP ELECT 100MF 16V 20%
C366 042140161071 CAP ELECT 100MF 16V 20%
C367 042416502261 CAP ELECT 22MF 50V 20%
C368 040052044861 CAP CER 470PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C369 042446502251 CAP ELECT 2.2MF 50V 20%
C370 482212613193 4,7NF10% X7R 63V
C371 482212613193 4,7NF10% X7R 63V
C372 042446161061 CAP ELECT 10MF 16V 20%
Pos 12NC Code Description
Spare Parts List
EN 52 TE3.2E CA10.
C373 042194504751 CAP ELECT 4.7MF 50V 20%
C375 482212613883 220PF 5% 50V
C440 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C443 042446502251 CAP ELECT 2.2MF 50V 20%
C444 042446502251 CAP ELECT 2.2MF 50V 20%
C445 040730033261 CAP CER 33NF 25V 10% 0603
C453 532212611583 10NF 10% X7R 50V 0603 CER2
C455 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C456 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C457 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C458 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C459 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C460 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C461 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C462 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C463 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C464 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C465 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C470 482212614238 CER2 0603 X7R 50V 2N2 COL R
C472 042446255661 CAP ELECT 56MF 25V
C473 040067041881 CAP CER 680NF 16V X7R 10% 0805
C474 532212611583 10NF 10% X7R 50V 0603 CER2
C475 040742022261 CAP CER 22NF 50V 5% X7R 0603
C476 042414254761 CAP ELECT 47MF 25V 20%
C477 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C478 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C485 042416502261 CAP ELECT 22MF 50V 20%
C501 482212614241 CER1 0603 NPO 50V 330P COL R
C502 482212614241 CER1 0603 NPO 50V 330P COL R
C503 482212614241 CER1 0603 NPO 50V 330P COL R
C505 042446862251 CAP ELECT 2.2MF 250V 20%
C507 040031042261 CAP CER 22PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C508 620003134731 CAP MKT 47NF 630V 5% 10/15MM
C516 040040171021 CAP CER 1NF 2KV 10% BN
C600 996500012523 0.22 UF 50V 20%
C601 620004072241 CAP MKT 220NF 63V 10% 5MM
C602 620004014731 CAP MKT 47NF 100V 10% 5MM
C603 042446351071 CAP ELECT 100MF 35V 20%
C604 042416502261 CAP ELECT 22MF 50V 20%
C605 042416160001 CAP ELECT 22MF 160V 20%
C606 042414351081 CAP ELECT 2200MF 35V 20%
C607 042414254761 CAP ELECT 47MF 25V 20%
C609 620004001051 CAP MKT 10NF 50V
C610 040031042261 CAP CER 22PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C611 618014011161 CAP MKT 100NF 50V 5%
C612 618014011161 CAP MKT 100NF 50V 5%
C613 620013081041 CAP MKT 100NF 63V 5% 5MM
C614 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C615 040040042231 CAP CER 2.2NF 50V 10% B
C616 040030014031 CAP CER 10NF 50V 10% SH
C617 040040174721 CAP CER 470PF 2KV 5% B 7.5MM
C618 619323776221 CAP MKP 6.2NF 1.6KV 2.5%22.5MM
C620 042440861061 CAP ELECT 10MF 250V 20%
C621 040040046821 CAP CER 680PF 2KV 5% 7.5MM
C622 042033911011 CAP ELECT 3.3MF 250V
C623 620013054741 CAP MKP 470NF 250VDC 5% 22.5MM
C624 040050151011 CAP CER 100PF 1KVAC P7.5HT
C625 042416351081 CAP ELECT 1000MF 35V 20% RSS
C681 040040046821 CAP CER 680PF 2KV 5% 7.5MM
C702 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C703 042414164761 CAP ELECT 47MF 16V 20%
C713 482212614241 CER1 0603 NPO 50V 330P COL R
C714 482212614241 CER1 0603 NPO 50V 330P COL R
C715 482212614241 CER1 0603 NPO 50V 330P COL R
C727 532212611578 1NF 10% X7R 50V 0603
D100 048321423201 DIODE RECT.1N4007 DO-41
D101 048321423201 DIODE RECT.1N4007 DO-41
D102 048321423201 DIODE RECT.1N4007 DO-41
D103 048321423201 DIODE RECT.1N4007 DO-41
D105 048110411111 DIODE LS4148 SOD80 QMELF
D106 482205130008 0R00 JUMPER
D107 048110411111 DIODE LS4148 SOD80 QMELF
D110 030010600081 RESISTOR C.F 0R 1/8W 5% 0805
D111 048326528301 DIODE RECT.BYT54K
Pos 12NC Code Description
D112 482213042606 BYD33J
D114 482213042606 BYD33J
D116 482213041602 BYW95C
D117 048321423201 DIODE RECT.1N4007 DO-41
D120 048540146001 DIODE ZNR.BZX79-C5V6
D122 482213030959 ZTK33B
D123 048321423201 DIODE RECT.1N4007 DO-41
D125 048000000031 DIODE RECT.SS13
D200 048773809001 DIODE LED KLR114L RED 5MM
D201 048100000041 DIODE ZNR.2V7 BZX55C DO-35
D202 048110411111 DIODE LS4148 SOD80 QMELF
D203 048110411111 DIODE LS4148 SOD80 QMELF
D204 482213031983 BAT85
D300 048110411111 DIODE LS4148 SOD80 QMELF
D303 482213031983 BAT85
D304 048110411111 DIODE LS4148 SOD80 QMELF
D305 048110411111 DIODE LS4148 SOD80 QMELF
D306 048110411111 DIODE LS4148 SOD80 QMELF
D307 048110411111 DIODE LS4148 SOD80 QMELF
D311 048544926101 DIODE ZNR.7V5 ZPD DO-35
D312 482213080884 BZV55-C5V1
D313 482213080884 BZV55-C5V1
D314 482213080884 BZV55-C5V1
D315 482213080884 BZV55-C5V1
D316 048322107001 DIODE GP.BA282&BA482 DO35/DO34
D317 048322107001 DIODE GP.BA282&BA482 DO35/DO34
D501 482213030842 BAV21
D502 482213030842 BAV21
D503 482213030842 BAV21
D504 482213031983 BAT85
D505 482213034382 BZX79-B8V2
D505 048548637001 DIODE ZNR.9V1 BZX55C DO-35
D506 048321423201 DIODE RECT.1N4007 DO-41
D600 048321423201 DIODE RECT.1N4007 DO-41
D601 482213042606 BYD33J
D602 482213042606 BYD33J
D603 482213042606 BYD33J
D604 482213042606 BYD33J
D605 482213042606 BYD33J
D606 048110411111 DIODE LS4148 SOD80 QMELF
D702 482205130008 0R00 JUMPER
D704 482213080884 BZV55-C5V1
F100 841600100070 COMP.GRIPPERLI 2.5 AMP.SIGORTA
F300 037730007801 FILTER SAW K3953M B/G L/L' VID
F301 037730007101 FILTER TRAP TRI.5.5/6.0/6.5MHZ
F302 037730007771 FILTER SAW K9453M B/GD/KL/L'AU
FBT1 604200000381 TRF.FBT W/BLDR CFPT90B AC40SFT
GND* 482205130562 5K6 5% 0,063W 0603 RC21 RST SM
I100 045000003631 IC ICE1QS01
I103 045238103051 IC LM317 1.5A ADJ V REG TO-220
I104 045238103081 IC LM7805 5V1A VOLT REG TO-220
I200 045000004131 IC ST92195C7B1
I201 932214725682 M24C16-WBN6P
I300 045000002291 IC STV2248E PAL/NTSC/SECAMPROG
I404 532220983002 TDA2822M
I600 045000001971 IC TDA1771 VERTICAL DEFLECTION
J106 482205130008 0R00 JUMPER
J201 482205130008 0R00 JUMPER
J303 482205130008 0R00 JUMPER
J305 482205130008 0R00 JUMPER
J306 482205130008 0R00 JUMPER
J413 036070204111 FERRIT BEAD LI0805H151R-00 SMD
J417 482205130008 0R00 JUMPER
J422 482205130008 0R00 JUMPER
J702 482205130008 0R00 JUMPER
J703 482205130008 0R00 JUMPER
J930 482205130008 0R00 JUMPER
J932 482205130008 0R00 JUMPER
J933 482205130008 0R00 JUMPER
J934 036070204111 FERRIT BEAD LI0805H151R-00 SMD
L102 608780002411 COIL FILTER 3.5*9*0.8 F.BEAD
L103 608980003151 LINE FILTER 2*27MH1.5APT92SFTY
L104 602190001061 TRF.SMPS 90 PT19 ECO SFTY
L105 608780002411 COIL FILTER 3.5*9*0.8 F.BEAD
Pos 12NC Code Description
Spare Parts List EN 53TE3.2E CA 10.
L108 032040555211 RESS.W.W 5.6R 5W 10%VERCM SFTY
L109 608000000221 COIL 10UH 5% 0.41A AXIAL FIXED
L110 608000000221 COIL 10UH 5% 0.41A AXIAL FIXED
L301 608780002411 COIL FILTER 3.5*9*0.8 F.BEAD
L302 036070204111 FERRIT BEAD LI0805H151R-00 SMD
L303 036070204111 FERRIT BEAD LI0805H151R-00 SMD
L304 036070204111 FERRIT BEAD LI0805H151R-00 SMD
L305 036070204111 FERRIT BEAD LI0805H151R-00 SMD
L306 608980000101 COIL 12UH 5% 0.15A AXIAL FIXED
L314 608000000021 COIL 10UH 5% 0.16A AXIAL FIXED
L317 608980000111 COIL 1UH 5% 0.27A AXIAL FIXED
L318 608980000121 COIL 4.7UH 5% AXIAL FIX
L319 608080001141 COIL 4.7UH 10% 0.82A AXL FIX B
L320 608080001141 COIL 4.7UH 10% 0.82A AXL FIX B
L321 608080001141 COIL 4.7UH 10% 0.82A AXL FIX B
L322 608080001141 COIL 4.7UH 10% 0.82A AXL FIX B
L323 608000000221 COIL 10UH 5% 0.41A AXIAL FIXED
L324 608280001981 COIL VARIABLE 44MHZ 39PF
L407 608000000031 COIL 47UH 5% 0.07A AXIAL FIXED
L409 608000000041 COIL 10UH 5% 0.6A AXIAL FIXED
L410 608000000041 COIL 10UH 5% 0.6A AXIAL FIXED
L600 608980004061 COIL LINEARITY 100UH
L701 036070204111 FERRIT BEAD LI0805H151R-00 SMD
L703 036070204111 FERRIT BEAD LI0805H151R-00 SMD
L704 036070204111 FERRIT BEAD LI0805H151R-00 SMD
L709 608980000101 COIL 12UH 5% 0.15A AXIAL FIXED
L711 036070204111 FERRIT BEAD LI0805H151R-00 SMD
L713 608980000111 COIL 1UH 5% 0.27A AXIAL FIXED
L715 036070204111 FERRIT BEAD LI0805H151R-00 SMD
L717 608000000021 COIL 10UH 5% 0.16A AXIAL FIXED
L718 608000000021 COIL 10UH 5% 0.16A AXIAL FIXED
P100 081000000141 SWITCH POWERALPS SDKVA30100SFT
P101 034710303631 THERM PTC 18R 30% 2P 10MM SFTY
P401 075016420091 SOCKET HEADPHONE STR SJ-510C
R100 032040555211 RESS.W.W 5.6R 5W 10%VERCM SFTY
R102 482205130222 2K20 5% 0,062W
R107 030010611241 RES.H.VOLT PRF 1.2M 1/4W2% SFT
R108 030010639461 RESISTOR C.F 390K 1/10W5% 0603
R109 482205130479 47R00 5% 0,062W
R110 030100656131 RESISTOR MFLM 5.6R 1/4W 1%
R111 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R112 482211712925 47K 1% 0.063W 0603
R113 482205130682 6K80 5% 0,062W
R114 030010683461 RESISTOR C.F 2.2R 1/10W5% 0603
R115 030208668311 RESISTOR M.O 68K 2W 5%
R120 030050633611 RESISTOR MGL 3.3M1/2W5%SFTVR37
R121 030020656331 RESISTOR C.F 56K 1/4W 5%
R122 030020656331 RESISTOR C.F 56K 1/4W 5%
R123 030020656331 RESISTOR C.F 56K 1/4W 5%
R124 067310001851 FUSE 5A 32V 0603
R127 030020622331 RESISTOR C.F 22K 1/4W 5%
R136 067420001841 FUSE 0.5A 32V 0603 SFTY
R137 030010682161 RESISTOR C.F 820R 1/10W5% 0603
R138 030010682161 RESISTOR C.F 820R 1/10W5% 0603
R139 482211712903 1K8 1% 0.063W 0603
R141 482205130331 330R00 5% 0,062W
R143 030050633611 RESISTOR MGL 3.3M1/2W5%SFTVR37
R144 067420001841 FUSE 0.5A 32V 0603 SFTY
R200 482205130221 220R00 5% 0,062W
R201 482205130221 220R00 5% 0,062W
R202 482205130221 220R00 5% 0,062W
R203 482205130221 220R00 5% 0,062W
R204 482205130221 220R00 5% 0,062W
R205 482205130221 220R00 5% 0,062W
R206 482205130152 1K50 5% 0,062W
R207 482205130472 4K70 5% 0,062W
R208 482205130472 4K70 5% 0,062W
R209 030011656261 RESISTOR C.F 5.1K 1/10W 0603
R210 482205130472 4K70 5% 0,062W
R211 482205130472 4K70 5% 0,062W
R212 482205130472 4K70 5% 0,062W
R213 482205130472 4K70 5% 0,062W
R214 482205130472 4K70 5% 0,062W
R215 482205130472 4K70 5% 0,062W
Pos 12NC Code Description
R216 482205130472 4K70 5% 0,062W
R217 482205130561 560R00 5% 0,062W
R218 482205130561 560R00 5% 0,062W
R219 482205130561 560R00 5% 0,062W
R220 482205130561 560R00 5% 0,062W
R221 482205130102 1K00 5% 0,062W
R222 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R223 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R224 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R225 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R226 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R227 482205130562 5K6 5% 0,063W 0603 RC21 RST SM
R228 482205130562 5K6 5% 0,063W 0603 RC21 RST SM
R229 482205130153 15K00 5% 0,062W
R230 482205130222 2K20 5% 0,062W
R231 482205130221 220R00 5% 0,062W
R232 482205130008 0R00 JUMPER
R233 030010682161 RESISTOR C.F 820R 1/10W5% 0603
R234 482205130471 470R00 5% 0,062W
R235 482205130008 0R00 JUMPER
R236 482211712925 47K 1% 0.063W 0603
R237 482211712925 47K 1% 0.063W 0603
R238 482205130561 560R00 5% 0,062W
R239 482205130152 1K50 5% 0,062W
R240 482205130183 18K00 5% 0,062W
R241 482205130101 100R00 5% 0,062W
R242 482205130101 100R00 5% 0,062W
R243 482205130472 4K70 5% 0,062W
R244 482205130472 4K70 5% 0,062W
R245 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R246 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R300 482205130472 4K70 5% 0,062W
R308 030010639461 RESISTOR C.F 390K 1/10W5% 0603
R311 482205130331 330R00 5% 0,062W
R312 482205130102 1K00 5% 0,062W
R313 030010612261 RESISTOR C.F 1.2K 1/10W5% 0603
R314 482205130102 1K00 5% 0,062W
R315 482205130102 1K00 5% 0,062W
R316 482205130102 1K00 5% 0,062W
R317 482205130102 1K00 5% 0,062W
R321 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R323 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R324 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R325 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R326 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R327 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R328 482205130273 27K00 5% 0,062W
R329 482205130273 27K00 5% 0,062W
R330 482205130273 27K00 5% 0,062W
R331 482205130101 100R00 5% 0,062W
R332 482205130101 100R00 5% 0,062W
R337 482211712925 47K 1% 0.063W 0603
R338 482205130101 100R00 5% 0,062W
R339 482205130101 100R00 5% 0,062W
R340 482205130101 100R00 5% 0,062W
R348 482205130223 22K00 5% 0,062W
R349 482205130102 1K00 5% 0,062W
R350 482205130223 22K00 5% 0,062W
R353 482205130471 470R00 5% 0,062W
R356 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R357 030010612261 RESISTOR C.F 1.2K 1/10W5% 0603
R358 482205130681 680R00 5% 0,062W
R359 030010624261 RESISTOR C.F 2.4K 1/10W5% 0603
R362 030010615161 RESISTOR C.F 150R 1/10W5% 0603
R363 482205130759 75R00 5% 0,062W
R364 482205130334 330K00 5% 0,062W
R365 482205130334 330K00 5% 0,062W
R366 482205130334 330K00 5% 0,062W
R367 482205130682 6K80 5% 0,062W
R368 482205130683 68K00 5% 0,062W
R369 482205130222 2K20 5% 0,062W
R370 482205130222 2K20 5% 0,062W
R371 482205130153 15K00 5% 0,062W
R372 030010682261 RESISTOR C.F 8.2K 1/10W5% 0603
Pos 12NC Code Description
Spare Parts List
EN 54 TE3.2E CA10.
R373 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R374 482205130563 56K00 5% 0,062W
R375 482205130271 270R00 5% 0,062W
R376 482205130271 270R00 5% 0,062W
R377 482205130271 270R00 5% 0,062W
R378 482211712925 47K 1% 0.063W 0603
R379 482205130562 5K6 5% 0,063W 0603 RC21 RST SM
R403 482205130101 100R00 5% 0,062W
R416 482205130008 0R00 JUMPER
R416 532211713042 3K9 1% 0.063W 0603 RC22H
R422 482205130102 1K00 5% 0,062W
R427 030020610131 RESISTOR C.F 100R 1/4W 5%
R428 482205130472 4K70 5% 0,062W
R432 030010647961 RESISTOR C.F 4.7R 1/10W5% 0603
R433 030010647961 RESISTOR C.F 4.7R 1/10W5% 0603
R434 482205130222 2K20 5% 0,062W
R435 030010627261 RESISTOR C.F 2.7K 1/10W5% 0603
R436 030010627261 RESISTOR C.F 2.7K 1/10W5% 0603
R437 482205130183 18K00 5% 0,062W
R439 482205130331 330R00 5% 0,062W
R444 482205130102 1K00 5% 0,062W
R445 482205130472 4K70 5% 0,062W
R446 030010627261 RESISTOR C.F 2.7K 1/10W5% 0603
R447 030055722811 RESISTOR FUSIBLE 0.22R 1/2W 5%
R451 482205130332 3K30 5% 0,062W
R501 030010682161 RESISTOR C.F 820R 1/10W5% 0603
R502 030010682161 RESISTOR C.F 820R 1/10W5% 0603
R503 030010682161 RESISTOR C.F 820R 1/10W5% 0603
R504 030010651001 RESISTOR 510R 1/8W5% 0805
R505 482205130109 10R00 5% 0,062W
R506 030010651001 RESISTOR 510R 1/8W5% 0805
R507 482205130109 10R00 5% 0,062W
R508 030010651001 RESISTOR 510R 1/8W5% 0805
R509 482205130109 10R00 5% 0,062W
R510 030208627311 RESISTOR M.O 27K 2W 5%
R511 030208627311 RESISTOR M.O 27K 2W 5%
R512 030208627311 RESISTOR M.O 27K 2W 5%
R513 030105622121 RESISTOR FUSIBLE 220R 1/4W 5%
R514 030105622121 RESISTOR FUSIBLE 220R 1/4W 5%
R515 030105622121 RESISTOR FUSIBLE 220R 1/4W 5%
R516 030010656221 RESISTOR FUSIBLE 5.6K 1W 5%
R517 030050715221 RES. C. COMP 1.5K 1/2W
R518 030050715221 RES. C. COMP 1.5K 1/2W
R519 030050715221 RES. C. COMP 1.5K 1/2W
R520 030020615431 RESISTOR C.F 150K 1/4W 5%
R521 030020622511 RESISTOR C.F 2.2M 1/4W 5%
R522 030050715221 RES. C. COMP 1.5K 1/2W
R525 030010600081 RESISTOR C.F 0R 1/8W 5% 0805
R527 030010600081 RESISTOR C.F 0R 1/8W 5% 0805
R529 030010600081 RESISTOR C.F 0R 1/8W 5% 0805
R530 030050715221 RES. C. COMP 1.5K 1/2W
R532 030055668811 RESISTOR FUSIBLE 0.68R 1/2W
R533 030100668801 RESISTOR FUSIBLE 0.68R 1W
R600 482205130101 100R00 5% 0,062W
R601 030020610131 RESISTOR C.F 100R 1/4W 5%
R602 030010615461 RESISTOR C.F 150K 1/10W5% 0603
R603 482205130184 180K00 5% 0,062W
R604 482205130332 3K30 5% 0,062W
R605 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R606 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R607 030010683461 RESISTOR C.F 2.2R 1/10W5% 0603
R608 030020633331 RESISTOR C.F 33K 1/4W 5%
R609 030050622111 RESISTOR C.F 220R 1/2W 5%
R610 030050622111 RESISTOR C.F 220R 1/2W 5%
R613 482205130152 1K50 5% 0,062W
R614 030010682261 RESISTOR C.F 8.2K 1/10W5% 0603
R615 482205130102 1K00 5% 0,062W
R616 030050610211 RESISTOR C.F 1K 1/2W 5%
R617 030010624261 RESISTOR C.F 2.4K 1/10W5% 0603
R618 532211713042 3K9 1% 0.063W 0603 RC22H
R619 030010612261 RESISTOR C.F 1.2K 1/10W5% 0603
R620 030010612161 RESISTOR C.F 120R 1/10W5% 0603
R621 030025601011 RESISTOR FUSIBLE 1R 1/4W 5%
R622 030025610011 RESISTOR FUSIBLE 10R 1/4W 5%
Pos 12NC Code Description
R623 030055722811 RESISTOR FUSIBLE 0.22R 1/2W 5%
R624 030020675011 RESISTOR C.F 75R 1/4W 5%
R625 482211712925 47K 1% 0.063W 0603
R626 482211712925 47K 1% 0.063W 0603
R627 030020656131 RESISTOR C.F 560R 1/4W 5%
R629 030050639311 RESISTOR C.F 39R 1/4W
R630 030100622901 RESISTOR FUSIBLE 2.2R 1W 5%
R632 030135747901 RESISTOR FUSIBLE4.7R10%NMA0207
R633 030010656241 RESISTOR FUSIBLE 5.6K 3W 5%
R634 030020610511 RESISTOR C.F 1M 1/4W 5%
R635 030011610361 RESISTOR C.F 1M 1/10W 0603
R636 030010150661 RESISTOR C.F 1.5M 1/10W5% 0603
R637 030010150661 RESISTOR C.F 1.5M 1/10W5% 0603
R638 030010675461 RESISTOR C.F 750K 1/10W5% 0603
R639 030020620211 RESISTOR C.F 2K 1/4W 5%
R640 030020620211 RESISTOR C.F 2K 1/4W 5%
R641 482205130223 22K00 5% 0,062W
R702 482205130103 10K00 5% 0,062W
R703 030011610161 RESISTOR C.F 7.5K 1/10W5% 0603
R704 030011610161 RESISTOR C.F 7.5K 1/10W5% 0603
R717 030010622261 RESISTOR C.F 22R 1/10W5% 0603
R720 482205130759 75R00 5% 0,062W
R723 482205130759 75R00 5% 0,062W
R724 482205130759 75R00 5% 0,062W
R725 482205130759 75R00 5% 0,062W
R726 482205130759 75R00 5% 0,062W
R727 030010615161 RESISTOR C.F 150R 1/10W5% 0603
R729 030010647961 RESISTOR C.F 4.7R 1/10W5% 0603
R730 482205130101 100R00 5% 0,062W
R731 482205130101 100R00 5% 0,062W
R732 482205130101 100R00 5% 0,062W
R733 482205130101 100R00 5% 0,062W
R735 030010682261 RESISTOR C.F 8.2K 1/10W5% 0603
R741 482205130102 1K00 5% 0,062W
R760 482205130109 10R00 5% 0,062W
R761 482205130123 12K00 5% 0,062W
R762 482205130562 5K6 5% 0,063W 0603 RC21 RST SM
R763 482205130222 2K20 5% 0,062W
R764 482205130681 680R00 5% 0,062W
R765 030010615161 RESISTOR C.F 150R 1/10W5% 0603
S101 075100211260 CONN 2P VRT 7.5MM BLACK
S101 841140013208 COMP.CABLE POWER 220CM BLC FER
S102 075100211781 CONN 2P K.PIM 7.5MM DEGAUSS
S201 075100711041 CONN 5P STRAIGHT FLAT
S301 002022000300 CABLE 5P*2SKT.30CM BRD-IN
S302 002020511160 CBLE DBLE TERM.BLACK(SYH)30CM
S402 075030211011 CONN.2P IN -LINE VRT MINI
S506 075020800031 SOCKET CRTNARROW NECK29MM SFTY
S507 002020511160 CBLE DBLE TERM.BLACK(SYH)30CM
S600 002344350221 CABLE 2P*1SKT.35CM VRT YENI
S600 075030211001 CONN 2P VRT W/LOCK 5MM
S601 002022000140 CABLE 4P(3P)*2SKT.BRD-IN45CMMN
S602 002027232290 CABLE HRZ BASKILI 35CM 7.5MM
S602 075100211781 CONN 2P K.PIM 7.5MM DEGAUSS
S701 075040210051 SOCKET SCART 27'/28'/32'COMMON
SKZK 005110002450 CHASSIS GUIDE 14-20 PH. RIGHT
SKZK 005110002460 CHASSIS GUIDE 14-20 PH. LEFT
T101 046711000031 TRS.SPA04N60C2 ISOWATT-220
T105 046848000001 TRS.BC848B SOT-23
T107 046000000131 TRS. POW BD135
T200 046858000001 TRS.BC858 BP
T201 046848000001 TRS.BC848B SOT-23
T202 046848000001 TRS.BC848B SOT-23
T303 046848000001 TRS.BC848B SOT-23
T304 046848000001 TRS.BC848B SOT-23
T305 046848000001 TRS.BC848B SOT-23
T306 046848000001 TRS.BC848B SOT-23
T307 616800021121 TUNER CTF5540 THOMSON
T404 046848000001 TRS.BC848B SOT-23
T405 046848480121 TRS. BC847B SOT-23
T406 046848480121 TRS. BC847B SOT-23
T408 046000000131 TRS. POW BD135
T501 482213041782 BF422
T502 482213041782 BF422
Pos 12NC Code Description
Spare Parts List EN 55TE3.2E CA 10.
Table 10-2 14PT1521/05
T503 482213041782 BF422
T504 482213041782 BF422
T505 482213041646 BF423
T506 482213041782 BF422
T507 482213041646 BF423
T508 482213041782 BF422
T509 482213041646 BF423
T600 482213040855 BC337
T601 046848000001 TRS.BC848B SOT-23
T602 046986294161 TRS.2SA720 & BC327 TO-92
T603 482213041053 BC639
T604 046000000141 TRS.HOR.OUT.
T703 046848000001 TRS.BC848B SOT-23
T710 046848000001 TRS.BC848B SOT-23
U200 609330001211 TSOP34836
V100 611380011021 TRIMPOT 1K 0.1W 30% V-ADJ 5/5
W600 602300033071 TRF.HRZ.DRIVE PT92
X200 049030000461 CRYSTAL 4.000 MHZ HC49U
X300 049030000501 CRYSTAL 4.433619 MHZ HC49U
X301 049030000511 CRYSTAL 3.579545 MHZ HC49U
Pos 12NC Code Description
005108142390 PAINTED BUTTON 4'LU 14GR728 PHI
005110002550 CHASSIS GUIDE RIGHT 14GR728 PHIL
005110002560 CHASSIS GUIDE LEFT 14GR728 PHILI
049030000511 CRYSTAL 3.579545 MHZ HC49U
067420001841 FUSE 0.5A 32V 0603 SFTY
067600002181 "ANTENNA ROD 14"""
075100711041 CONN 5P STRAIGHT FLAT
081101111601 SWITCH TACT HRZ MTLCONT 6*6
608280001981 COIL VARIABLE 44MHZ 39PF
609330001211 TSOP34836
620013081041 CAP MKT 100NF 63V 5% 5MM
905100143140 PAINTED CBN. 14GR728 PHILIPS GRE
905110200500 BACK COVER 14'GR728 PHL(10840-PP
905952000330 REFLECTOR 14' GR 728 PHILIPS
9SKT 631020092021 R/C RCLE011 MONO TXT PHILIPS
B200 081000000141 SWITCH POWERALPS SDKVA30100SFT
B201 081101111601 SWITCH TACT HRZ MTLCONT 6*6
B202 081101111601 SWITCH TACT HRZ MTLCONT 6*6
B203 081101111601 SWITCH TACT HRZ MTLCONT 6*6
BKBN 841600100070 COMP.GRIPPERLI 2.5 AMP.SIGORTA
C100 040040046821 CAP CER 680PF 2KV 5% 7.5MM
C101 040040152211 CAP CER 2.2NF 1KV 10% BN SFTY
C102 040040152211 CAP CER 2.2NF 1KV 10% BN SFTY
C103 040040152211 CAP CER 2.2NF 1KV 10% BN SFTY
C104 620004014731 CAP MKT 47NF 100V 10% 5MM
C105 620004062241 CAP MKT220NF275VAC20%RFIX2 SFT
C107 040732041061 CAP CER 100PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C108 040742022261 CAP CER 22NF 50V 5% X7R 0603
C109 040067041371 CAP CER. 1NF 400V%20ACX1Y1SFTY
C110 482212614241 CER1 0603 NPO 50V 330P COL R
C113 042448504761 CAP ELECT 47MF 50V 20%
C115 040067041881 CAP CER 680NF 16V X7R 10% 0805
C116 040040202221 CAPCER2.2NF400VAC20%4KVSFTX1Y1
C117 042416502261 CAP ELECT 22MF 50V 20%
C119 040040171021 CAP CER 1NF 2KV 10% BN
C120 620004072241 CAP MKT 220NF 63V 10% 5MM
C121 040040172211 CAP CER 220PF 2KV 10% B
C122 040040172211 CAP CER 220PF 2KV 10% B
C123 620003134731 CAP MKT 47NF 630V 5% 10/15MM
C125 040040174721 CAP CER 470PF 2KV 5% B 7.5MM
C126 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C127 042194504751 CAP ELECT 4.7MF 50V 20%
C128 042446351071 CAP ELECT 100MF 35V 20%
C129 042410252281 CAP ELECT 2200MF 25V 20%
C131 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C132 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C133 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C134 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C135 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
Pos 12NC Code Description
C137 042410252281 CAP ELECT 2200MF 25V 20%
C141 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C142 042416503361 CAP ELECT 33MF 50V 20%
C143 042446862251 CAP ELECT 2.2MF 250V 20%
C144 042033911011 CAP ELECT 3.3MF 250V
C145 042416351081 CAP ELECT 1000MF 35V 20% RSS
C146 042440861061 CAP ELECT 10MF 250V 20%
C200 042410252281 CAP ELECT 2200MF 25V 20%
C201 042140161071 CAP ELECT 100MF 16V 20%
C202 042446161061 CAP ELECT 10MF 16V 20%
C203 040043045661 CAP CER 56PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C204 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C205 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C206 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C207 042140161071 CAP ELECT 100MF 16V 20%
C208 042446161061 CAP ELECT 10MF 16V 20%
C209 040030014031 CAP CER 10NF 50V 10% SH
C210 040031042261 CAP CER 22PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C211 040031042261 CAP CER 22PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C212 040031042261 CAP CER 22PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C213 532212611583 10NF 10% X7R 50V 0603 CER2
C214 482212614238 CER2 0603 X7R 50V 2N2 COL R
C215 482212613193 4,7NF10% X7R 63V
C216 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C217 482212613193 4,7NF10% X7R 63V
C218 040044081861 CAP CER 470NF 16V 10% X7R 0603
C219 040730033261 CAP CER 33NF 25V 10% 0603
C220 040732041061 CAP CER 100PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C221 040044081861 CAP CER 470NF 16V 10% X7R 0603
C222 040044081861 CAP CER 470NF 16V 10% X7R 0603
C223 532212611583 10NF 10% X7R 50V 0603 CER2
C224 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C225 040052043381 CAP CER 330NF 50V20-80%Y5V0805
C226 040052044861 CAP CER 470PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C300 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C301 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C302 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C303 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C304 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C305 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C306 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C307 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C308 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C309 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C310 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C311 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C313 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C314 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C315 620013054741 CAP MKP 470NF 250VDC 5% 22.5MM
C316 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C317 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C318 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C319 042414164761 CAP ELECT 47MF 16V 20%
C321 042414164761 CAP ELECT 47MF 16V 20%
C322 042446161061 CAP ELECT 10MF 16V 20%
C323 042446161061 CAP ELECT 10MF 16V 20%
C324 042446161061 CAP ELECT 10MF 16V 20%
C325 042446161061 CAP ELECT 10MF 16V 20%
C326 040732041061 CAP CER 100PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C327 040732041061 CAP CER 100PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C329 040732041061 CAP CER 100PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C332 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C333 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C334 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C335 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C336 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C337 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C339 040031042261 CAP CER 22PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C340 040031042261 CAP CER 22PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C341 030010150661 RESISTOR C.F 1.5M 1/10W5% 0603
C342 040732056061 CAP CER 560PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C353 040151041051 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% B
C354 996500012523 0.22 UF 50V 20%
C355 040742022261 CAP CER 22NF 50V 5% X7R 0603
Pos 12NC Code Description
Spare Parts List
EN 56 TE3.2E CA10.
C356 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C357 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C358 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C359 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C360 040742041061 CAP CER 10PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C361 532212611578 1NF 10% X7R 50V 0603
C362 532212611578 1NF 10% X7R 50V 0603
C363 040050151011 CAP CER 100PF 1KVAC P7.5HT
C364 042140161071 CAP ELECT 100MF 16V 20%
C365 042140161071 CAP ELECT 100MF 16V 20%
C366 042140161071 CAP ELECT 100MF 16V 20%
C367 042416502261 CAP ELECT 22MF 50V 20%
C368 040052044861 CAP CER 470PF 50V 5% COG 0603
C369 042446501061 CAP ELECT 10MF 50V 20%
C370 482212613193 4,7NF10% X7R 63V
C371 482212613193 4,7NF10% X7R 63V
C372 042446161061 CAP ELECT 10MF 16V 20%
C373 042140161071 CAP ELECT 100MF 16V 20%
C375 482212613883 220PF 5% 50V
C440 042416501051 CAP ELECT 1MF 50V 20%
C443 042446502251 CAP ELECT 2.2MF 50V 20%
C444 042446502251 CAP ELECT 2.2MF 50V 20%
C445 482212614238 CER2 0603 X7R 50V 2N2 COL R
C453 532212611583 10NF 10% X7R 50V 0603 CER2
C455 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C456 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C457 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C458 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C459 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C460 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C461 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C462 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C463 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C464 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10% X7R 0603
C465 040067141061 CAP CER 100NF 50V 10