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Service Manual

- SAT-55000S
- SAT-57000S
- SAT-9400 FTA

5 October, 2005
Topfield Co., Ltd

IMPORTANT
Note : The design of the satellite receiver is subject to continuous development and improvement.
Consequently, this receiver may incorporate minor changes in detail from the information contained in this
manual.

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Warning : These servicing instructions are for use by qualified personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric
shock, do not perform any servicing other than that specified in the operating instructions unless you are fully
qualified to do so.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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IMPORTANT ........................................................................................................................2
1. Safety Instructions .........................................................................................................5
2. List and Description of The Major Parts.........................................................................6
2.1.

Main Board ................................................................................................................................. 6

2.2.

Front Board................................................................................................................................. 7

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3. Block Diagram of The IRD .............................................................................................8


4. Block Diagram of The Main Board.................................................................................9
5. Test and Repair ...........................................................................................................10
5.1.

Visual Test ................................................................................................................................ 10

5.2.

Basic Function Test....................................................................................................................11


No LED and 7-segment is turned on .................................................................................................................... 11

5.2.2.

Some LED and 7-segment have problems........................................................................................................... 11

5.2.3.

Remote Control Unit (RCU) does not work. ......................................................................................................... 11

5.2.4.

Key of the front panel have problems................................................................................................................... 11

5.2.5.

No System ID is displayed.................................................................................................................................... 11

5.2.6.

Receiver acts like the key of the Front Board or RCU is pressed. ....................................................................... 12

5.2.7.

No picture but the OSD works. ............................................................................................................................. 12

5.2.8.

No picture (and no OSD) and No sound............................................................................................................... 12

5.2.9.

No sound and good picture .................................................................................................................................. 13

5.2.10.

No picture(and no OSD) and good sound ............................................................................................................ 13

5.2.12.
5.2.13.

No sound and / or no picture on the RF modulator (Cinch works well) ................................................................ 13


No LNB power at all of the vertical and horizontal................................................................................................ 13
Incorrect LNB power............................................................................................................................................. 13

The Advanced Test of Main Board............................................................................................ 14

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5.2.1.

5.3.1.

Voltages on important point .................................................................................................................................. 14

5.3.2.

Power on Test sequence ...................................................................................................................................... 14

5.3.3.

Reset .................................................................................................................................................................... 14

5.3.4.

System Clock........................................................................................................................................................ 16

5.3.5.

RS232 Data Port (Program download port) and Program download ................................................................... 16

5.3.6.

LNB power............................................................................................................................................................ 17

5.3.7.

RF modulator........................................................................................................................................................ 18

5.3.8.

Video..................................................................................................................................................................... 18

5.3.9.

Audio .................................................................................................................................................................... 18

5.4.

The Advanced Test of Front Board. .......................................................................................... 19


5.4.1.

Key ....................................................................................................................................................................... 19

5.4.2.

Remote control ..................................................................................................................................................... 19

5.4.3.

Display.................................................................................................................................................................. 19

5.4.4.

Nothing works on Front Board.............................................................................................................................. 19

5.5.

The Advanced Test of SMPS.................................................................................................... 20


Check the damaged parts..................................................................................................................................... 20

5.5.2.

Test the diodes. .................................................................................................................................................... 20

5.5.3.

Check the Shunt regulator.................................................................................................................................... 20

5.5.4.

Check the Pothocoupler IC................................................................................................................................... 20

5.5.5.

Check the Fuse. ................................................................................................................................................... 20

5.5.1.

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6. PIN description of The Major Parts..............................................................................21


6.1.

Main Board ............................................................................................................................... 21

6.2.

Front Board............................................................................................................................... 21

6.3.

SMPS........................................................................................................................................ 21

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7. Schematic Diagrams ...................................................................................................22


Schematic diagram of Front Board........................................................................................... 22

7.2.

Schematic diagram of Main Board ........................................................................................... 23

7.3.

Schematic diagram of SMPS (power supply)........................................................................... 24

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7.1.

1. Safety Instructions
Read this chapter carefully before servicing the IRD.

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1.1 The IRD must be disconnected from the mains plug before it is opened.
1.2 The capacitor inside the SMPS (power supply) can hold charge even if the IRD has been disconnected
from the mains plug. To handle SMPS, wait until the capacitor is discharged.
1.3 Only the same screw should be used to assemble the IRD.

2.

List and Description of The Major Parts

2.1. Main Board


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Part

Location

Name

Number

Tuner Module

U1

Part number
TBMU24311IPP

Function

Comment

Channel tuning.

Or, equivalent part

Analog to Digital Conversion.


QPSK demodulation.
U2

LM7805

Regulates Tuner 5V

(with Heat sink)


U3

LNBP20PD

Regulates and switching LNB power

Switching IC

(Horizontal 18V, Vertical 13V)

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LNB Power

Or, equivalent part

Regulator

22KHz tone On/Off

LNB Power Bypass


Poly Switch

U4

RXE065

Over current protection of


LNB power.

CPU, Demux

U5

IBM39STB02500

and Decoder

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MPEG Demux and Decoder

Flash Memory

U7

SST39VF800A

Saves program and constant

Or, equivalent part

EEPROM

U8

SDRAM

U9

24LC02B-SN

Saves some parameters

Or, equivalent part

K4S641632D

Main system memory

Or, equivalent part

ASIC

U10

TF301SC15

Reset IC

U11

ELM9727NBA

CI interface, System control

Power level detection,

Main CPU of IRD

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Only one IC is used

Resets the system.

Regulator

U12

Regulator

U13

Regulator

78L12

Regulates internal 12V.

5267-12A

Power input connector from SMPS

RS232 Driver

U15

MAX232

Rs232 level conversion

Audio DAC

U17

UDA1334TS

Audio Digital to Analog Converter

Or, equivalent part

U16

TL072

Audio amplifier

Or, equivalent part

SCART1

2203-42STA

SCART connector

Cinch

J1

RCA 3pin

Cinch connector for A/V

Regulator

U19

LM7805

Regulates 5V for RF-modulator

SCART

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Or, equivalent part

JP2

OP Amp
10

Regulates internal 1.8V

Regulates internal 2.5V.

U14

Connector
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MIC39100-2.5BS

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Or, equivalent part

Or, equivalent part

(without Heat sink )

RF Modulator

U20

RMUP74055AB

RF Modulator

Connector

JP5

5267-7A

Front Board Interface

Regulator

U21

LM7805

Regulates 5V for front

Or, equivalent part

TTL

U22

74LVC14

Front Board Interface

Or, equivalent part

Connector

JP6

5267-9A

Front Board Interface

TTL

U23

74LVC14

Front Board Interface

Or, equivalent part

2.2. Front Board


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Part

Location

Name

Number

Part number

Function

Comment

7-Segment

U1

A-3C4G

Displays Messages

Or, equivalent part

Remocon Sensor

U2

TSOP4838

Receives RCU signal

Or, equivalent part

TTL

U3, U4

74HCT164

Interface front board with

Or, equivalent part

Connector

J1

5267-7A

Front

main board
board

and

main

board

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interface

Power Supply
(SMPS)

SPDIF

Front Board

+5V, Control signal

RS232

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Main Board

TV SCART

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Cinch for AV

+30V, +22V, +17V, +15V, +8V,


+3.3V, GND

RF modulator

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TUNER

3. Block Diagram of The IRD

Voltage
Detector
(Reset IC)
(ELM9727NBA)

TUNER

LNB power, 22khz


generator

Front Board I/F

IIC

Channel Data

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System Control
ASIC
(TF301SC15)

IIC bus for RF modulator

Audio DAC
(UDA1334
Or
PCM1754)

FLASH Memory

AV
Control

RF
Modulator

SPDIF
Output

Cinch
output

TV Scart
Output

EEPROM (24LC02)

Program Download Port (RS232)

Connector for Manufacture

DRAM for TS Buffer & System

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Video Output

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IBM39STB02500
(VULCAN)

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VCXO

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4. Block Diagram of The Main Board

5. Test and Repair


5.1. Visual Test
- Check whether all the connectors are plugged well.
JP2 of Main Board : Power connector.
JP6 of Main Board : Connector for Front Board interface

- Check whether the SMPS(power supply) has any damage.


- Check whether the Main Board has any damage.
- Check whether the Front Board has any damage.

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- Check whether the RS232 Sub board has any damage.

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5.2. Basic Function Test


No LED and 7-segment is turned on
Possible Cause
1

Front Board Problem

5.2.2.

How to Check
Replace the Front Board with

If it works, repair the Front Board.

new one which works well in

Otherwise, check the Main Board

other IRD

and SMPS.

Some LED and 7-segment have problems


Possible Cause

How to repair

How to Check

How to repair

5.2.1.

Front Board Problem

Check the Front Board according to

5.2.3.

Remote Control Unit (RCU) does not work.


Possible Cause

Remote Controller may

If some keys of RCU do not

have some problem.

work, it may be RCU problem.

Sensor of the Front

If key, LED and 7-segment

Board may have problem

work, And only the Remote

Board.

control does not work, it is

Check the power of U2(sensor).

sensor problem.

Replace the sensor.

5.2.4.

Check the PCB pattern of Front

Key of the front panel have problems

How to Check

How to repair

If some of the key does

If one of the key or RCU work, it

Check the switch and the PCB

not work, it is the Front

is the problem of the switch or

patterns of Front Board.

Board problem.

PCB pattern of the Front Board.

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Possible Cause
1

Replace the RCU with new one.

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How to repair

How to Check

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the advanced function test.

Pattern or broken tact


switch can be a problem

If sometime RCU work,

Check J1.3 in Front Board or

Replace the tact switch.

but the key of the front

JP5.3 in main board. This pin

Check the PCB and remove the

panel does not work,

should be HIGH when no key

short to the GND.

is pressed.

Check the Front board resistors

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then one of the key may


be pressed always.

5.2.5.

No System ID is displayed
Possible Cause

How to Check

How to repair

Main Board problem.

Replace the Front Board with

If it works, repair the Front Board.

Communication problem

new one which works well in the

If it does not work, repair the Main

between the Front Board

other IRD

Board.

The 7-segment on the Front

Repair the Main Board. Check the

Board displays only the time

powers of Main Board.

and the Main Board.


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Main Board fails to boot.

with brighter display when the


power key is pressed.

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System ID : When the power is turned on, 7-segment on the Front panel displays it.

Ex) L5.05 is displayed : its System ID is 505

5.2.6.

How to Check

How to repair

The key of the Front

Replace the Front Board and

Replace the broken key with new

Board is pressed always.

check it.

one. Check the Front PCB.

Check J1.3 in Front Board or

Replace the tact switch.

JP5.3 in main board. This pin

Check the PCB and remove the

should be HIGH when no key

short to the GND.

is pressed.

Check the Front board resistors

5.2.7.

No picture but the OSD works.


Possible Cause

How to Check

Tuner problem

How to repair

If the signal level of the tuner is


very low, it may be a problem of
the tuner, antenna cable or

No or bad LNB power

Check the LNB power and

No or bad 22khz signal.

22khz signal on LNB in of the


tuner.

Check the tuner part.

See LNB section of this manual.

The power of the tuner

If the signal level of the tuner is

If not, check the SMPS and the

has some problem.

very low, check the voltage of

power path (include series bead (L4)

the U1.7 (tuner). It should be

and capacitors (C6, C8) )

Check the antenna signal.

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antenna.
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Receiver acts like the key of the Front Board or RCU is pressed.

about 30V.
CPU (IBM39STB02500)
problem

If all the other things work

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except the picture and sound, it


may be the problem MPEG
decoding. In this case, the
signal level and signal quality of
the information bar will be good.

Channel

Data

path

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problem.

5.2.8.
1
2

There is good RF signal level,

Check the channel data path of the

and good signal quality, but no

Main Board.

broadcasting is scanned. In this


case, it may be a channel data
path problem.

No picture (and no OSD) and No sound


Possible Cause

How to Check

How to repair

CPU (IBM39STB02500)

In this case, the OSD have

Check SMPS and Main Part of main

problem.

some problems.

board voltage

SMPS problem.

Check the all the power of

Repair the power according to the

power

advanced function test .

connector

on

Board.

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Main

5.2.9.
1

No sound and good picture


Possible Cause

How to Check

How to repair

Audio DAC or OP Amp

Test the Main Board according

Repair the Main Board according to

problem

to the advanced function test.

the advanced function test.

5.2.10. No picture(and no OSD) and good sound


How to Check

How to repair

CPU (IBM39STB02500)

Test the Main Board according

problem

to the advanced function test.

Possible Cause

Possible Cause

How to repair

RF channel is selected

Check the RF channel

incorrectly.

selection.

Select the correct channel.

RF modulator has

Replace the RF modulator with

problem.

new one. If it works well, it is the

Replace it with new one.

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5.2.11. No sound and / or no picture on the RF modulator (Cinch works well)

problem of RF modulator.
3.

Problem of Audio or

Replace the RF modulator with

Video line on the board.

new one. It will have the same

problem.

Repair the Main Board.

5.2.12. No LNB power at all of the vertical and horizontal.


Possible Cause
1

LNB power OFF is

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4

Check the LNB menu.

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selected in the menu.

How to Check

How to repair
Set the LNB power to ON.

U3(LNBP20PD)or related

Test the Main Board according

Repair the Main Board according to

circuit has problem.

to the advanced function test.

the advanced function test.

SMPS has problem.

Check the SMPS

Replace the SMPS.

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1

Possible Cause

How to Check

If only the 18V is very

Check the SMPS(or JP2.2). It

How to repair

low, it can be a SMPS

should be higher than 20V.

problem.

Both the 18V and 13V

Test the Main Board according

are too low or too high.

to the advanced function test.

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If not, replace SMPS.

5.3. The Advanced Test of Main Board.


5.3.1.

Voltages on important point

- Voltage at JP2 in page 7 (of a schematic diagram)


Nominal

Maximum

voltage

voltage

voltage

+28V

+30V

+32V

+20V

+22V

+23V

+16V

+17V

+18V

+7.6V

+8V

+8.4V

+4.75V

+5V

+5.25V

+3.22V

+3.3V

+3.38V

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+14V

+15V

+17V

4,6,8,10,12

GND

GND

GND

Comment

Minimum

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Pin number

In standby mode, it can be higher than maximum voltage

5.3.2.

Power on Test sequence

- Check point 1 -

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* important : Be careful not to short the signals while checking the signals. It may damage the other part of Main Board.

JP6.1 is the power supply pin of the Front Board. It should be 5V.

If it is not 5V, remove the Front Board from the JP6. And, check JP6.1 again.

If it is 5V, the Front Board have problem. Otherwise, the Main Board or SMPS have problem.
- Check point 2

Replace the Front Board with new one. If it does not work, it is the problem of Main Board. Check the voltages of some

5.3.3.

Reset

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points according to Voltages on important point section.

After power on by the Front Board, reset circuit works.

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Schematic page 6.

U11 is a voltage detector. If the voltage of 3.3V is lower than 2.7V its output goes to low.

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The nRESETIN signal should go high after power up ( when the IRD goes to Normal state from Standby state.)
The reset signal is delayed and reconstructed in U10(TF301SC15). The reset output of U10.44 is provided to all the
system.
- Check point 1 In normal state, the nRESETIN signal is 3.3V. If it is about 0V, U11 has problem.
- Check point 2 -

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U10.39 and U10.44 should be 3.3V. If only U10.39 is 3.3V, check the system clock.

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5.3.4.

System Clock

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Schematic page 3

VCXO1 generates the system clock.

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The SCLK signal is 27.000MHz clock signal.

If the color of the picture disappears, the SCLK signal may be different from 27.000MHz or the VCXO1 have bad quality.
In this case, replace VCXO1 with new one.
- Check point 1 -

Check the input and output of F1. All of them should have 27MHz clock signal.
If F1.3 have not 27MHz clock signal, it may the problem of VCXO1.

- Check point 2 If the video output of receiver has not color, It may the problem of VCXO1.

5.3.5.

RS232 Data Port (Program download port) and Program download

Connect a PC with a download cable (Female Female cross cable). If it fails program download and nothing happens
in the receiver, check the download cable and the PC. The pin2 and pin3 of the download cable should be crossed.
- Check point 1 -

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Check the download cable and the PC with a new receiver.


- Check point 2 Check the error code on the display of the Front Board. Some message is displayed on the Front panel
when the new program is downloaded. The message and error code is as follows.

Display

Data is being downloaded. (##: the number of remained data block)


Loader program is being saved.

LP##
(## : the number of remained flash block to write the loader program.)

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Application program is being saved.

dn##

Description

AP##

(## : the number of remained flash block to write the application program.)
Flash data program is being saved.
Fd##
EEPROM data is being saved.
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(## : the number of remained flash block to write the flash data.)

(## : the number of remained EEPROM block


The CRC error of Header/Data block.

E-02

The CRC error of Application program.

E-03

UART communication error.

E-04

Error while Flash writing.

E-05

Memory overflow

E-01

to write the EEPROM data.)

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Different system ID. -> The model of the receiver and the program(or data) to be
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downloaded is not matched.


Not supported TFD version.

E-08

Not supported data type.

E-09

EEPROM read error.

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E-10

EEPROM write error.

E-11

Not supported Flash memory.

E-12

Error while TFDM writing.

5.3.6.

LNB power

U3.5 is the control signal for selecting vertical or horizontal. At vertical, level of this pin is logical LOW, about 0. And at
horizontal, logical HIGH, about 3V. U3.4 is the output voltage for tuner (LNB). At vertical, Voltage at this pin is about
13V and at horizontal, about 18V.
- Check Point 1 If the voltage of U3.2 has below 15V, check the voltage of SMPS according to Voltages on important point section.
If the voltage of U3.3 has below 20V, check the voltage of SMPS according to Voltages on important point section.
Set the LNB voltage to Vertical.

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- Check Point
Check level of U3.5 whether logically LOW ( about 0V ). If logically HIGH ( over 2V) then check the line from U5
(IBM39STB02500) and U3.5.
Check level of U3.6 whether logically HIGH ( about 3V ). If logically LOW ( about 0V) then check the line from U5
(IBM39STB02500) and U3.6.
Check the voltage of U3.4. That value must be about 13V. Voltage of U3.4 is under 12V, then check soldering status of
U3.
Set the LNB voltage to Horizontal
- Check Point

Check level of U3.5 whether logically HIGH ( about 3V ). If logically LOW ( about 0V) then check the line from U5
(IBM39STB02500 ) and U3.5.

Check level of U3.6 whether logically HIGH ( about 3V ). If logically LOW ( about 0V) then check the line from U5

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(IBM39STB02500) and U3.6.

Check the voltage of U3.4. That value must be over 20V. Voltage of U3.4 is under 20V, then check soldering status of
U3.

5.3.7.

RF modulator

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- Check point 1 -

Check the power input of RF modulator (U20, schematic page 11)


- Check point 2 -

Check the IIC line.(the signal name is SDA5V, SCL5V).

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5.3.8.

- Check point 1 -

Check video output of Scart, Chinch, and RF modulator.

Check L15 and its related circuit (CVBS). At this point the signal should be work. If it does not work well, the

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IBM39STB02100 (U5) may have problem.

Check L16 and its related circuit (RGB - RED). At this point the signal should be work. If it does not work well, the
IBM39STB02100 (U5) may have problem.

Check L17 and its related circuit (RGB - GREEN). At this point the signal should be work. If it does not work well, the
IBM39STB02100 (U5) may have problem.

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Check L18 and its related circuit (RGB - BLUE). At this point the signal should be work. If it does not work well, the
IBM39STB02100 (U5) may have problem.

5.3.9.

Audio

- Check point 1 -

Check audio output of SCART, Chinch and RF modulator. If only one of them has problem, check its related circuit.

- Check point 2 -

Check U17.1 and U17.7. If it does not have audio signal, the Audio DAC(U18) or OP AMP(U17) may have problem. To
check audio DAC, check C44 and C47. If it has audio signal, the OP AMP(U17) is the problem.

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5.4. The Advanced Test of Front Board.


5.4.1.

Key

If any key pressed, J1.3 in Front board goes low and high repeatedly. If level of this pin never goes to LOW,
main board problem,

5.4.2.

Remote control

U5 is the sensor for remote control.


- Check point 1
problem.

Check the Remote control unit with other receiver. If it does not work, the Remote control unit may have
If the key and display work and only the remote control does not work, U5 (sensor) may have problem.

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Check the power of the sensor (U5.3). It should 5V. If not, check the R10 and the PCB.
- Check point 2

If you can not find any problem with the U5.3, replace it with new one.

Display

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5.4.3.

- Check point 1

If one of the digit is brighter than the other, and the digit displays wrong character, then check resistors and transistors
in front board. If there is no wrong value or parts, then replace transistor with new one.
- Check point 2
First Digit -> Q1
2nd Digit -> Q2
3rd Digit -> Q3

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4th Digit -> Q4

If one of the digit is not displayed, replace the transistor Q1 to Q5 as follows.

dots and LED on the display -> Q5


- Check point 2

If one of the segments in one digit is not displayed, replace the display module.
- Check point 3

If one of the segments of all digit is not displayed, check the resistors (R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, R7, R8,

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R9) and the PCB pattern.

5.4.4.

Nothing works on Front Board.

- Check point 1

The power of Front board (J1.1), U2.3, U3.14, U4.14

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5.5. The Advanced Test of SMPS.


* There are three kinds of SMPS. : ORTP-820,ORTP-905, HDAD30W601

Caution

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5.5.1.

I. The SMPS must be disconnected from the mains plug to test.


II. The capacitor inside the SMPS (power supply) can hold charge even if
the IRD has been disconnected from the mains plug. To handle SMPS,
wait until the capacitor is discharged.
III. Very high voltage is generated in SMPS.
Check the damaged parts.

- Check point 1

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Check whether there is broken part by visual test.

Test the diodes.

Check point 1

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Check whether the diodes has crack. If there is a crack, replace it with new one.
Same part should be replaced.
- Check point 2

Check the resistance of all the diodes. If the resistance is too low (lower than 10ohm), it is the problem.
Replace it with new one. Same part should be replaced. Diodes is named as Dxx or ZDxx.(ex: D1,

ZD1)

To measure the resistance, you must remove the mains plug.

Check the Shunt regulator

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5.5.3.

- Check point 1

Check the voltage of U2.3(cathode). It should higher than 3V. If not, remove U2 and check it again.
- Check point 2

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If U2.3 is higher than 3V, the voltage at U2.1(ref) should 2.5V. If not, replace U2 with new one.

5.5.4.

Check the Pothocoupler IC

- Check point 1

Check the pothocoupler PC1. Check the resistance of diode part and potho Tr part.
If its resistance is about 0 or very low, replace it with new one.
Check if it has damages. And replace it with new one.

5.5.5.

Check the Fuse.

- Check point 1
Check the fuse. Before replacing the fuse, check the other problem which can exist.
The same kind and rated fuse should be replaced.

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6. PIN description of The Major Parts

U1

TBMU24311IPP

Regulator

U2

LM7805

LNB Power Switching IC

U3

LNBP20PD

CPU,

U5

IBM39STB02500

Flash Memory

Demux and Decoder

U7

SST39VF800A

EEPROM

U8

24LC02B-SN

SDRAM

U9

K4S641632D

Reset IC

U11

ELM9727NBA

Regulator

U12

LD1117ADT18

Regulator

U13

MIC39100-2.5BS

Regulator

U14

78L12

U15

MAX232

Audio DAC

U17

UDA1334TS

OP AMP

U16

TL072

RF Modulator

U20

AS

RS232 Driver

RMUP74055AB

6.2. Front Board


Location
Number
U2

TTL

U3, U4

6.3. SMPS
Part
Name

TSOP4838
74HCT164

LD

Remocon Sensor

Part number

Part
Name

TE

Tuner Module

6.1. Main Board

Location

Part number

Number

U2

KA431A (AZ431BZ-B)

SPS

U1

KA1M0380R (KA5M0365R)

G
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Shunt regulator

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LM78XX Series Voltage Regulators


General Description

of external components It is not necessary to bypass the


output although this does improve transient response Input
bypassing is needed only if the regulator is located far from
the filter capacitor of the power supply
For output voltage other than 5V 12V and 15V the LM117
series provides an output voltage range from 1 2V to 57V

Features
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

Output current in excess of 1A


Internal thermal overload protection
No external components required
Output transistor safe area protection
Internal short circuit current limit
Available in the aluminum TO-3 package

TE

Voltage Range
LM7805C
LM7812C
LM7815C

5V
12V
15V

AS

The LM78XX series of three terminal regulators is available


with several fixed output voltages making them useful in a
wide range of applications One of these is local on card
regulation eliminating the distribution problems associated
with single point regulation The voltages available allow
these regulators to be used in logic systems instrumentation HiFi and other solid state electronic equipment Although designed primarily as fixed voltage regulators these
devices can be used with external components to obtain
adjustable voltages and currents
The LM78XX series is available in an aluminum TO-3 package which will allow over 1 0A load current if adequate heat
sinking is provided Current limiting is included to limit the
peak output current to a safe value Safe area protection for
the output transistor is provided to limit internal power dissipation If internal power dissipation becomes too high for
the heat sinking provided the thermal shutdown circuit
takes over preventing the IC from overheating
Considerable effort was expanded to make the LM78XX series of regulators easy to use and mininize the number

Schematic and Connection Diagrams

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Metal Can Package


TO-3 (K)
Aluminum

C1995 National Semiconductor Corporation

TL H 7746 2

Bottom View
Order Number LM7805CK
LM7812CK or LM7815CK
See NS Package Number KC02A
Plastic Package
TO-220 (T)

TL H 7746 3

Top View
Order Number LM7805CT
LM7812CT or LM7815CT
See NS Package Number T03B
TL H 7746 1

TL H 7746

LM78XX Series Voltage Regulators

February 1995

RRD-B30M115 Printed in U S A

LNBP10 SERIES - LNBP20


IMPEDANCE. If the overload is still present, the
protection circuit will cycle again through toff and
ton until the overload is removed. Typical ton +toff
value is 1200ms when a 4.7F external capacitor
is used.
This dynamic operation can greatly reduce the
power dissipation in short circuit condition, still
ensuring excellent power-on start up even with
highly capacitive loads on LNB outputs.
The device is packaged in Multiwatt15 for
thru-holes mounting and in PowerSO-20 for
surface mounting. When a limited functionality in a
smaller package matches design needs, a range
of cost-effective PowerSO-10 solutions is also
offered. All versions have built-in thermal
protection against overheating damage.

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input pin is available (EXTM). An appropriate DC


blocking capacitor must be used to couple the
modulating signal source to the EXTM pin. When
external modulation is not used, the relevant pin
can be left open.
Two pins are dedicated to the overcurrent
protection/monitoring: CEXT and OLF. The
overcurrent protection circuit works dynamically:
as soon as an overload is detected in either LNB
output, the output is shut-down for a time toff
determined by the capacitor connected between
CEXT and GND. Simultaneously the OLF pin, that
is an open collector diagnostic output flag, from
HIGH IMPEDANCE state goes LOW.
After the time has elapsed, the output is resumed
for a time ton =1/15toff (typ.) and OLF goes in HIGH

(*): External components are needed to comply to level 2.x and above (bidirectiona) DiSEqC
trademark or EUTELSAT.

(*) Available on request

Multiwatt-15

PowerSO-20

TYPE
LNBP10
LNBP11
LNBP12
LNBP13
LNBP14
LNBP15
LNBP16
LNBP20

AS

ORDERING CODES

bus hardware requirements. DiSEqC

LNBP20CR

PowerSO-10
LNBP10SP-TR (*)
LNBP11SP-TR (*)
LNBP12SP-TR (*)
LNBP13SP-TR (*)
LNBP14SP-TR (*)
LNBP15SP-TR (*)
LNBP16SP-TR (*)

LNBP20PD-TR

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2/18

Multiwatt-15

PowerSo-20

PowerSO-10

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1.6.4.10 Real Time Clock / Front Panel Controller


The Real Time Clock (RTC) counts seconds, minutes, hours, and days. Programmable alarms can be set to
interrupt the CPU, allowing the CPU to wake up when required to perform functions such as programming a
VCR. The RTC also provides a 3-wire front panel control interface, to drive panel seven-segment displays
with time information or program-generated data.

1.7 Signal and I/O Information

PLB

Table 1-1. Signals Sorted by Signal Name


I/O Signal Name

AUD_GNDA1
AUD_VDDA0
AUD_VDDA1

AA8

AC3
AC7
AA5
W21

BI_ADDRESS12

Y23

BI_ADDRESS13

V20

BI_ADDRESS14

W22

BI_ADDRESS15

W23

BI_ADDRESS11

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AA12

AS

27MHZ_CLK
AUD_GNDA0

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1.7.1 Signals Sorted by Signal Name

BI_ADDRESS16

V21

BI_ADDRESS17

V22

BI_ADDRESS18

U21

BI_ADDRESS19

U22

BI_ADDRESS20

U23

BI_ADDRESS21

T21

BI_ADDRESS22

P20

BI_ADDRESS23

R23

BI_ADDRESS24

P21

BI_ADDRESS25

P22

BI_ADDRESS26

N21

BI_ADDRESS27

N22

BI_ADDRESS28

N23

BI_ADDRESS29

M21

BI_ADDRESS30

M22

BI_ADDRESS31_WBE1

M23

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Preliminary

Table 1-1. Signals Sorted by Signal Name


Ball Number

BI_CS0

D21

BI_CS1

C22

BI_CS2

B23

BI_CS3

A22

BI_DATA0

L23

I/O Signal Name

BI_DATA1

L22

BI_DATA10

G23
G22

TE

BI_DATA11
BI_DATA12

G21

BI_DATA13

F22

BI_DATA14

E23

BI_DATA2
BI_DATA3
BI_DATA4
BI_DATA5

BI_DATA6

E22

AS

BI_DATA15

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K21
K20
J23
J22

BI_DATA7

J21

BI_DATA8

H23

BI_DATA9

H22

BI_OE

B20

BI_READY

D23

BI_RW

E21

BI_WBE0

C23

CI_CLOCK

B5

CI_DATA0

B19

CI_DATA1

B18

CI_DATA2

C16

CI_DATA3

A16

CI_DATA4

A12

CI_DATA5

D14

CI_DATA6

B14

CI_DATA7

B12

CI_DATA_ENABLE

C6

CLK_GNDA

AC9

CLK_VDDA

AA11

DAC1_AGND0

B7

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Table 1-1. Signals Sorted by Signal Name


Ball Number

DAC1_AGND1

A8

DAC1_AGND2

C10

DAC1_AVDD0

B6

DAC1_AVDD1

C8

DAC1_AVDD2

A9

I/O Signal Name

DAC1_AVDD3

B11

DAC1_CREF_OUT
DAC1_VOUT2
DAC1_GREF_OUT
DAC1_VOUT3

B8

A11

C11
A7

DAC1_VREF_IN

C9

DAC2_AGND0

B17

DAC2_AGND1

B15

DAC2_AGND2

C13

DAC2_AVDD0

C18

DAC2_AVDD1

B16

DAC2_AVDD2

C14

DAC2_AVDD3

A13

DAC2_VOUT1

C17

DAC2_CREF_OUT

A19

DAC2_VOUT2

C15

DAC2_GREF_OUT

C12

DAC2_VOUT3

B13

DAC2_RREF_OUT

A17

DAC2_VREF_IN

A15

DA_BIT_CLOCK

AA1

DA_LR_CLOCK

AA2

DA_OS_CLOCK

AB1

DA_SERIAL_DATA

Y2

DA_SPDIF

F20

EDMAC3_ACK/DMACK

V3

EDMAC3_REQ/DMARQ

E3

GND

A01

GND

A06

GND

A10

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A5

AS

DAC1_RREF_OUT

C7

TE

DAC1_VOUT1

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Preliminary

Table 1-1. Signals Sorted by Signal Name


Ball Number

GND

A14

GND

A18

GND

A23

GND

AA3

GND

AB2

I/O Signal Name

GND

AC1

GND

AC6
B02

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GND
GND

B22

GND

C03

GND

C21

GND
GND
GND
GND

GND

D04

AS

GND

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D12
D16
D20
F01

GND

F23

GND

H04

GND

H20

GND

K01

GND

K23

GND

M04

GND

M20

GND

P01

GND

P23

GND

T04

GND

T20

GND

V01

GND

V23

GND

Y04

GND

Y08

GND

Y12

GND

Y16

GND

Y20

GND

AA21

GND

AA23

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Table 1-1. Signals Sorted by Signal Name


Ball Number

GND

AB22

GND

AC10

GND

AC14

GND

AC18

GND

AC23

I/O Signal Name

GPIO0

AC2

GPIO1

Y6

R2

TE

GPIO10
GPIO11

V4

GPIO12

W3

GPIO13

B10

GPIO15
GPIO16
GPIO17
GPIO18

GPIO19

D10

AS

GPIO14

D6
C5
A4
B4

GPIO2

AB5

GPIO20

A3

GPIO21

C4

GPIO22

B3

GPIO23

A2

GPIO24

K22

GPIO25

Y22

GPIO26

Y21

GPIO27

AA6

GPIO28

F21

GPIO29

R22

GPIO3

AC5

GPIO30

K4

GPIO31

AB15

GPIO4

C19

GPIO5

B21

GPIO6

A20

GPIO7

D18

GPIO8

M1

GPIO9

N3

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STBx25xx Digital Set-Top Box Integrated Controllers

Preliminary

Table 1-1. Signals Sorted by Signal Name


Ball Number

I2C0_SCL

T3

I2C0_SDA

U3

INT0

C1

INT1

D2

INT2

H21

I/O Signal Name

RW_HALT

W2

RW_TCK

AB6

AC4

TE

RW_TDI
RW_TDO

Y1

RW_TMS

AB3

RW_TRST

Y3

SC0_DETECT
SC0_IO
SC0_RESET
SC0_VCC

AB4
AB8
AC8
C20
R21
T22

SC1_IO

D22

SC1_RESET

T23

SC1_VCC

A21

SD0_ADDRESS0

M3

SD0_ADDRESS1

M2

SD0_ADDRESS10

T2

SD0_ADDRESS11

U1

SD0_ADDRESS12

U2

SD0_ADDRESS13

V2

SD0_ADDRESS14

W1

SD0_ADDRESS2

N1

SD0_ADDRESS3

N2

SD0_ADDRESS4

P2

SD0_ADDRESS5

P3

SD0_ADDRESS6

P4

SD0_ADDRESS7

R1

SD0_ADDRESS8

R3

SD0_ADDRESS9

T1

SD0_CAS

L3

SC1_DETECT

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SC1_CLK

AA9

AS

SC0_CLK

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Table 1-1. Signals Sorted by Signal Name


Ball Number

SD0_CLK

J1

SD0_CS0

J2

SD0_DATA0

B1

SD0_DATA1

C2

SD0_DATA10

G2

I/O Signal Name

SD0_DATA11

G1

SD0_DATA12

H3
H2

TE

SD0_DATA13
SD0_DATA14

H1

SD0_DATA15
SD0_DATA2

D3

SD0_DATA5
SD0_DATA6
SD0_DATA7

SD0_DATA8

D1

AS

SD0_DATA3
SD0_DATA4

F4
E2
E1
F3
F2

SD0_DATA9

G3

SD0_DQMH

L2

SD0_DQML

L1

SD0_RAS

K2

SD0_WE

K3

SD1_ADDRESS0

AA17

SD1_ADDRESS1

AB18

SD1_ADDRESS10

AA20

SD1_ADDRESS11

AB21

SD1_ADDRESS12

AC22

SD1_ADDRESS13

AB23

SD1_ADDRESS14

AA22

SD1_ADDRESS2

AA18

SD1_ADDRESS3

AC19

SD1_ADDRESS4

AB19

SD1_ADDRESS5

Y18

SD1_ADDRESS6

AA19

SD1_ADDRESS7

AC20

SD1_ADDRESS8

AB20

SD1_ADDRESS9

AC21

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STBx25xx Digital Set-Top Box Integrated Controllers

Preliminary

Table 1-1. Signals Sorted by Signal Name


Ball Number

SD1_CAS

AA16

SD1_CLK

AA15

SD1_CS0

AC15

SD1_DATA0

AA7

SD1_DATA1

AB7

I/O Signal Name

SD1_DATA10

AC13

SD1_DATA11

AB13
AA13

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SD1_DATA12
SD1_DATA13

AB14

SD1_DATA14

AA14

SD1_DATA15

Y14

SD1_DATA3
SD1_DATA4
SD1_DATA5
SD1_DATA6

SD1_DATA7

AB9

AS

SD1_DATA2

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AA10
AB10
AB11
AC11

SD1_DATA8

AB12

SD1_DATA9

AC12

SD1_DQMH

AC17

SD1_DQML

AB17

SD1_RAS

AB16

SD1_WE

AC16

SYSTEM_RESET

AA4

VDD

D09

VDD

D11

VDD

D13

VDD

D15

VDD

J04

VDD

J20

VDD

L04

VDD

L20

VDD

N04

VDD

N20

VDD

R04

VDD

R20

VDD

Y09

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Table 1-1. Signals Sorted by Signal Name


Ball Number

VDD

Y11

VDD

Y13

VDD

Y15

VDD2

D05

VDD2

D07

I/O Signal Name

VDD2

D17

VDD2

D19
E04

TE

VDD2
VDD2

E20

VDD2

G04

VDD2

G20

VDD2
VDD2
VDD2
VDD2

VDD2

U04

AS

VDD2

U20
W04
W20
Y05
Y07
Y17

VDD2

Y19

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1.10 Mechanical Information


Package Diagram

Top of Package (BGA Side Down)

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Digital Set-Top Box


Integrated Controller

IBM P/N

PowerPC

AS

XXXXXXX
ZZWWMMMM
Date Code

IBM39 STBx25xx xxx xxx


OEM P/N
31

15.5

1.1

C
A

.050

0.15

0. 20/. 008

27.94

1.27

1.22

.610

0.25

GLOB
TOP

31

1.22

15.5

1.1

27.94

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E52P
SUBSTRATE
.610

Bottom of Package (BGA Side Up)

1.27

12.75 [0,502]

.050

Cavity

1
1
0

0
5
L
2
8
7
5

0
1

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AC
AB
AA
Y
W
V
U
T
R
P
N
M
L
K
J
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A

12.75 [0,502]

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Cu
STIFFENER

(304X 0. 0.15 SOLDER BALL


0.30

M C

0.10

M C

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2 Mbit / 4 Mbit / 8 Mbit Multi-Purpose Flash


SST39LF200A / SST39LF400A / SST39LF800A
SST39VF200A / SST39VF400A / SST39VF800A
Data Sheet

FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM

SuperFlash
Memory

Memory Address

X-Decoder

Address Buffer & Latches

TE

Y-Decoder
CE#

I/O Buffers and Data Latches

Control Logic

OE#
WE#

SST39LF/VF200A SST39LF/VF400A SST39LF/VF800A

A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
NC
NC
WE#
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

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A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
NC
NC
WE#
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
A17
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1

SST39LF/VF800A SST39LF/VF400A SST39LF/VF200A


A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
NC
NC
WE#
NC
NC
NC
NC
A18
A17
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1

FIGURE 1: PIN ASSIGNMENTS

Standard Pinout
Top View
Die Up

SST39LF200A/400A/800A
SST39VF200A/400A/800A

FOR

360 ILL B1.2

AS

DQ15 - DQ0

48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25

A16
NC
VSS
DQ15
DQ7
DQ14
DQ6
DQ13
DQ5
DQ12
DQ4
VDD
DQ11
DQ3
DQ10
DQ2
DQ9
DQ1
DQ8
DQ0
OE#
VSS
CE#
A0

A16
NC
VSS
DQ15
DQ7
DQ14
DQ6
DQ13
DQ5
DQ12
DQ4
VDD
DQ11
DQ3
DQ10
DQ2
DQ9
DQ1
DQ8
DQ0
OE#
VSS
CE#
A0

A16
NC
VSS
DQ15
DQ7
DQ14
DQ6
DQ13
DQ5
DQ12
DQ4
VDD
DQ11
DQ3
DQ10
DQ2
DQ9
DQ1
DQ8
DQ0
OE#
VSS
CE#
A0

360 ILL F01.2

48-LEAD TSOP

2001 Silicon Storage Technology, Inc.

S71117-04-000 6/01

360

Features
Low-Voltage and Standard-Voltage Operation

2-Wire
Serial EEPROM
1K (128 x 8)

TE

AS

5.0 (VCC = 4.5V to 5.5V)


2.7 (VCC = 2.7V to 5.5V)
2.5 (VCC = 2.5V to 5.5V)
1.8 (VCC = 1.8V to 5.5V)
Internally Organized 128 x 8 (1K), 256 x 8 (2K), 512 x 8 (4K),
1024 x 8 (8K) or 2048 x 8 (16K)
2-Wire Serial Interface
Schmitt Trigger, Filtered Inputs for Noise Suppression
Bidirectional Data Transfer Protocol
100 kHz (1.8V, 2.5V, 2.7V) and 400 kHz (5V) Compatibility
Write Protect Pin for Hardware Data Protection
8-Byte Page (1K, 2K), 16-Byte Page (4K, 8K, 16K) Write Modes
Partial Page Writes Are Allowed
Self-Timed Write Cycle (10 ms max)
High Reliability
Endurance: 1 Million Write Cycles
Data Retention: 100 Years
ESD Protection: >3000V
Automotive Grade and Extended Temperature Devices Available
8-Pin and 14-Pin JEDEC SOIC, 8-Pin PDIP, 8-Pin MSOP, and 8-Pin TSSOP Packages

Description

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The AT24C01A/02/04/08/16 provides 1024/2048/4096/8192/16384 bits of serial electrically erasable and programmable read only memory (EEPROM) organized as
128/256/512/1024/2048 words of 8 bits each. The device is optimized for use in many
industrial and commercial applications where low power and low voltage operation are
essential. The AT24C01A/02/04/08/16 is available in space saving 8-pin PDIP,
(AT24C01A/02/04/08/16), 8-Pin MSOP (AT24C01A/02), 8-Pin TSSOP
(AT24C01A/02/04/08/16), and 8-Pin and 14-Pin JEDEC SOIC
(AT24C01A/02/04/08/16) packages and is accessed via a 2-wire serial interface. In
addition, the entire family is available in 5.0V (4.5V to 5.5V), 2.7V (2.7V to 5.5V), 2.5V
(2.5V to 5.5V) and 1.8V (1.8V to 5.5V) versions.

Pin Configurations
Pin Name
A0 - A2

Function

Address Inputs

SDA

Serial Data

SCL

A0
A1
A2
GND

Serial Clock Input

WP

1
2
3
4

8
7
6
5

4K (512 x 8)
8K (1024 x 8)
16K (2048 x 8)

AT24C01A
AT24C02
AT24C04
AT24C08
AT24C16

VCC
WP
SCL
SDA

8-Pin MSOP

Write Protect
No Connect

NC

14-Pin SOIC

NC
A0
A1
NC
A2
GND
NC

8-Pin TSSOP

2K (256 x 8)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

14
13
12
11
10
9
8

NC
VCC
WP
NC
SCL
SDA
NC

A0
A1
A2
GND

8-Pin PDIP
A0
A1
A2
GND

1
2
3
4

8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4

8
7
6
5

VCC
WP
SCL
SDA

8-Pin SOIC
VCC
WP
SCL
SDA

A0
A1
A2
GND

1
2
3
4

8
7
6
5

VCC
WP
SCL
SDA

Rev. 0180D10/98

K4S641632D

CMOS SDRAM

PIN CONFIGURATION (Top view)

PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTION


Name

CS

Chip select

CKE

Clock enable

54Pin TSOP (II)


(400mil x 875mil)
(0.8 mm Pin pitch)

Input Function

Active on the positive going edge to sample all inputs.


Disables or enables device operation by masking or enabling all inputs except
CLK, CKE and L(U)DQM
Masks system clock to freeze operation from the next clock cycle.
CKE should be enabled at least one cycle prior to new command.
Disable input buffers for power down in standby.

O
LD

System clock

VSS
DQ15
VSSQ
DQ14
DQ13
VDDQ
DQ12
DQ11
VSSQ
DQ10
DQ9
VDDQ
DQ8
VSS
N.C/RFU
UDQM
CLK
CKE
N.C
A11
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
VSS

Pin
CLK

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
28

TE
R

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

AS

VDD
DQ0
VDDQ
DQ1
DQ2
VSSQ
DQ3
DQ4
VDDQ
DQ5
DQ6
VSSQ
DQ7
VDD
LDQM
WE
CAS
RAS
CS
BA0
BA1
A10/AP
A0
A1
A2
A3
VDD

A0 ~ A11

Address

Row/column addresses are multiplexed on the same pins.


Row address : RA0 ~ RA11, Column address : CA0 ~ CA7

BA0 ~ BA1

Bank select address

Selects bank to be activated during row address latch time.


Selects bank for read/write during column address latch time.

RAS

Row address strobe

Latches row addresses on the positive going edge of the CLK with RAS low.
Enables row access & precharge.

Column address strobe

Latches column addresses on the positive going edge of the CLK with CAS low.
Enables column access.

Write enable

Enables write operation and row precharge.


Latches data in starting from CAS, WE active.

L(U)DQM

Data input/output mask

Makes data output Hi-Z, tSHZ after the clock and masks the output.
Blocks data input when L(U)DQM active.

DQ0 ~ 15

Data input/output

Data inputs/outputs are multiplexed on the same pins.

VDD/VSS

Power supply/ground

Power and ground for the input buffers and the core logic.

VDDQ/VSSQ

Data output power/ground

Isolated power supply and ground for the output buffers to provide improved noise
immunity.

N.C/RFU

No connection
/reserved for future use

This pin is recommended to be left No Connection on the device.

CAS

WE

Rev. 0.3 June 2000

AS

O
LD
M

TE

LD1117 SERIES

TE
R

CONNECTION DIAGRAM (top view)

SOT-223

SO-8

TO-220

AS

TO-220FM

DPAK

NOTE: The TAB is connected to the VOUT.

O
LD

ORDERING CODES

SO-8

DPAK

TO-220

TO-220FM

LD1117S12
LD1117S18
LD1117S18C
LD1117S25
LD1117S25C
LD1117S28
LD1117S30
LD1117S30C
LD1117S33
LD1117S33C
LD1117S50
LD1117S50C
LD1117S

LD1117D12 (*)
LD1117D18
LD1117D18C
LD1117D25
LD1117D25C
LD1117D28
LD1117D30
LD1117D30C
LD1117D33
LD1117D33C
LD1117D50
LD1117D50C
LD1117D

LD1117DT12
LD1117DT18
LD1117DT18C
LD1117DT25
LD1117DT25C
LD1117DT28
LD1117DT30
LD1117DT30C
LD1117DT33
LD1117DT33C
LD1117DT50
LD1117DT50C
LD1117DT

LD1117V12 (*)
LD1117V18
LD1117V18C
LD1117V25
LD1117V25C
LD1117V28
LD1117V30
LD1117V30C
LD1117V33
LD1117V33C
LD1117V50
LD1117V50C
LD1117V

LD1117F12 (*)
LD1117F18
LD1117F18C
LD1117F25
LD1117F25C
LD1117F28
LD1117F30
LD1117F30C
LD1117F33
LD1117F33C
LD1117F50
LD1117F50C
LD1117F

LD1117SC

LD1117DC

LD1117DTC

LD1117VC

LD1117FC

SOT-223

OUTPUT
VOLTAGE
1.2 V
1.8 V
1.8 V
2.5 V
2.5 V
2.85 V
3V
3V
3.3 V
3.3 V
5V
5V
ADJUSTABLE
FROM 1.25 TO
15V
ADJUSTABLE
FROM 1.25 TO
15V
3/24

MIC39100/39101/39102

Micrel

Pin Configuration
GND
TAB

IN

GND OUT

IN 2

7 GND

OUT 3

6 GND

FLG 4

5 GND

TE

8 GND

MIC39101-x.x
Fixed
SOP-8 (M)

7 GND

OUT 3

6 GND

ADJ 4

5 GND

MIC39102
Adjustable
SOP-8 (M)

Pin Name
EN

Pin Function

Enable (Input): CMOS-compatible control input. Logic high = enable, logic


low or open = shutdown.

IN

OUT

Regulator Output

FLG

Flag (Output): Open-collector error flag output. Active low = output undervoltage.

ADJ

Adjustment Input: Feedback input. Connect to resitive voltage-divider


network.

58

GND

Ground

58

Supply (Input)

2, TAB

IN 2

O
LD

8 GND

Pin Description
Pin No.
Pin No.
Pin No.
MIC39100 MIC39101 MIC39102

EN 1

AS

EN 1

MIC39100-x.x
Fixed
SOT-223 (S)

MIC39100/39101/39102

June 2000

L78L00
CONNECTION DIAGRAM AND ORDERING NUMBERS (top view)

SO-8

SOT-89

TE
R

pin 1 = VOUT
pin 2 = GND
pin 3 = VIN

TO-92

BOTTOM VIEW

ORDERING NUMBERS
TO-92
L78L33ACZ
L78L33ABZ
L78L05CZ
L78L05ACZ
L78L05ABZ
L78L06CZ
L78L06ACZ
L78L06ABZ
L78L08CZ
L78L08ACZ
L78L08ABZ
L78L09CZ
L78L09ACZ
L78L09ABZ
L78L12CZ
L78L12ACZ
L78L12ABZ
L78L15CZ
L78L15ACZ
L78L15ABZ
L78L18CZ
L78L18ACZ
L78L18ABZ
L78L24CZ
L78L24ACZ
L78L24ABZ

SOT-89 (T&R)

L78L33ACUTR
L78L33ABUTR

AS

L78L33ACD
L78L33ABD
L78L05CD
L78L05ACD
L78L05ABD
L78L06CD
L78L06ACD
L78L06ABD
L78L08CD
L78L08ACD
L78L08ABD
L78L09CD
L78L09ACD
L78L09ABD
L78L12CD
L78L12ACD
L78L12ABD
L78L15CD
L78L15ACD
L78L15ABD
L78L18CD
L78L18ACD
L78L18ABD
L78L24CD
L78L24ACD
L78L24ABD

L78L05ACUTR
L78L05ABUTR
L78L06ACUTR
L78L06ABUTR
L78L08ACUTR
L78L08ABUTR
L78L09ACUTR
L78L09ABUTR
L78L12ACUTR
L78L12ABUTR
L78L15ACUTR
L78L15ABUTR
L78L18ACUTR
L78L18ABUTR
L78L24ACUTR
L78L24ABUTR

Output Voltage
3.3 V
3.3 V
5 V
5 V
5 V
6 V
6 V
6 V
8 V
8 V
8 V
9 V
9 V
9 V
12 V
12 V
12 V
15 V
15 V
15 V
18 V
18 V
18 V
24 V
24 V
24 V

O
LD

L78L33AC
L78L33AB
L78L05C
L78L05AC
L78L05AB
L78L06C
L78L06AC
L78L06AB
L78L08C
L78L08AC
L78L08AB
L78L09C
L78L09AC
L78L09AB
L78L12C
L78L12AC
L78L12AB
L78L15C
L78L15AC
L78L15AB
L78L18C
L78L18AC
L78L18AB
L78L24C
L78L24AC
L78L24AB

SO-8

Type

3/19

+5V-Powered, Multichannel RS-232


Drivers/Receivers
MAX220MAX249

+5V INPUT

C3

TOP VIEW
C5
1
C1

V+ 2

15 GND

C1- 3

14 T1OUT

C2+ 4
C2- 5

MAX220
MAX232
MAX232A

V- 6

13 R1IN

+5V
400k

12 R1OUT

11 T1IN

TTL/CMOS
INPUTS

10 T2IN
9

R2IN 8

DIP/SO
TTL/CMOS
OUTPUTS

C5
4.7
1.0
0.1

-10V
C4

RS-232
OUTPUTS

400k

T2OUT 7

12 R1OUT

CAPACITANCE (F)
C1 C2 C3 C4
4.7 4.7 10 10
1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0
0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1

T1OUT 14

R1IN 13

AS

DEVICE
MAX220
MAX232
MAX232A

V-

+5V

10 T2IN

R2OUT

V+ 2 +10V

3 C14
C2+
+10V TO -10V
5 C2- VOLTAGE INVERTER

C2

11 T1IN

T2OUT 7

16
VCC
+5V TO +10V
VOLTAGE DOUBLER

C1+

16 VCC

TE

C1+ 1

RS-232
INPUTS

5k

R2IN 8

9 R2OUT

5k
GND
15

Figure 5. MAX220/MAX232/MAX232A Pin Configuration and Typical Operating Circuit

O
LD

TOP VIEW

(N.C.) EN 1

(N.C.) EN 1

18 SHDN

C1+ 2

19 VCC

V+ 3

18 GND

V+ 3

16 GND

C1- 4

17 T1OUT

15 T1OUT

C2+ 5

14 R1IN

C2- 6

C2- 6

MAX222
MAX242

13 R1OUT

V- 7

T2OUT 8
R2IN 9

V- 7

C2

17
VCC
3 +10V
C1+
+5V TO +10V
V+
4 C1- VOLTAGE DOUBLER
5
C2+
7 -10V
+10V TO -10V
V6 C2C4
VOLTAGE INVERTER
+5V
400k

16 N.C.
15 R1IN
14 R1OUT

12 T1IN

T2OUT 8

13 N.C.

11 T2IN

R2IN 9

12 T1IN

R2OUT 10

11 T2IN

10 R2OUT

DIP/SO

MAX222
MAX242

C1

20 SHDN

17 VCC

C2+ 5

C5
2

C1+ 2

C1- 4

+5V INPUT C3
ALL CAPACITORS = 0.1F

12 T1IN
TTL/CMOS
INPUTS

T1OUT 15
+5V

RS-232
OUTPUTS

400k
11 T2IN

T2OUT 8

13 R1OUT

R1IN 14

TTL/CMOS
OUTPUTS

SSOP

R2IN 9

1 (N.C.) EN
( ) ARE FOR MAX222 ONLY.
PIN NUMBERS IN TYPICAL OPERATING CIRCUIT ARE FOR DIP/SO PACKAGES ONLY.

RS-232
INPUTS

5k
10 R2OUT
5k
SHDN

GND

18

16

Figure 6. MAX222/MAX242 Pin Configurations and Typical Operating Circuit


______________________________________________________________________________________

17

Philips Semiconductors

Preliminary specification

Low power audio DAC


7

UDA1334TS

PINNING

SYMBOL

PIN

PAD TYPE

DESCRIPTION

BCK

5 V tolerant digital input pad; note 1

bit clock input

WS

5 V tolerant digital input pad; note 1

word select input

DATAI

5 V tolerant digital input pad; note 1

serial data input

digital supply pad

digital supply voltage

digital ground pad

digital ground

SYSCLK

5 V tolerant digital input pad; note 1

SFOR1

5 V tolerant digital input pad; note 1

MUTE

5 V tolerant digital input pad; note 1

DEEM

5 V tolerant digital input pad; note 1

PCS

10

3-level input pad; note 2

SFOR0

11

digital input pad; note 2

Vref(DAC)

12

analog pad

VDDA

13

analog supply pad

VOUTL

14

analog output pad

VSSA

15

analog ground pad

VOUTR

16

analog output pad

TE
R

VDDD
VSSD

system clock input

serial format select 1


mute control

de-emphasis control

power control and sampling frequency select


serial format select 0

AS

DAC reference voltage

DAC analog supply voltage


DAC output left

DAC analog ground


DAC output right

Notes

1. 5 V tolerant is only supported if the power supply voltage is between 2.7 and 3.6 V. For lower power supply voltages
this is maximum 3.3 V tolerant.

O
LD

2. Because of test issues these pads are not 5 V tolerant and they should be at power supply voltage level or at a
maximum of 0.5 V above that level.

handbook, halfpage

BCK 1

16 VOUTR

WS 2

15 VSSA

DATAI 3
VDDD 4

14 VOUTL

UDA1334TS

VSSD 5

13 VDDA
12 Vref(DAC)

SYSCLK 6

11 SFOR0

SFOR1 7

10 PCS

MUTE 8

DEEM

MGL878

Fig.2 Pin configuration.

1999 Nov 11

TL072
TL072A - TL072B

LOW NOISE J-FET DUAL OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS

TE
R

WIDE COMMON-MODE (UP TO VCC+) AND


DIFFERENTIAL VOLTAGE RANGE
LOW INPUT BIAS AND OFFSET CURRENT
LOW NOISE en = 15nV/Hz (typ)
OUTPUT SHORT-CIRCUIT PROTECTION
HIGH INPUT IMPEDANCE JFET INPUT
STAGE
LOW HARMONIC DISTORTION : 0.01% (typ)
INTERNAL FREQUENCY COMPENSATION
LATCH UP FREE OPERATION
HIGH SLEW RATE : 16V/s (typ)

DESCRIPTION
The TL072, TL072A and TL072B are high speed
JFET input dual operational amplifiers incorporating
well matched, high voltage JFET and bipolar transistors in a monolithic integrated circuit.
The devices featurehigh slewrates, low input bias and
offset current, and low offset voltage temperature
coefficient.

ORDER CODES

O
LD

D
SO8
(Plastic Micropackage)

N
DIP8
(Plastic Package)

AS

.
..
..
..
..

Package

Part Number

Temperature
Range

TL072M/AM/BM

55oC, +125oC

TL072I/AI/BI

40 C, +105 C

0 C, +70 C

TL072C/AC/BC

Example : TL072CN

PIN CONNECTIONS (top view)

1
2

December 1998

8
7
-

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Output 1
Inverting input 1
Non-inverting input 1
VCC
Non-inverting input 2
Inverting input 2
Output 2
+
VCC

1/9

O
LD

G
TE
R

AS

TSOP48..SB1
Vishay Telefunken

Photo Modules for PCM Remote Control Systems


Available types for different carrier frequencies
fo
30 kHz
36 kHz
38 kHz
56 kHz

Type
TSOP4833SB1
TSOP4837SB1
TSOP4840SB1

Description

AS

The TSOP48..SB1 series are miniaturized receivers


for infrared remote control systems. PIN diode and
preamplifier are assembled on lead frame, the epoxy
package is designed as IR filter.
The demodulated output signal can directly be decoded by a microprocessor. TSOP48..SB1 is the
standard IR remote control receiver series, supporting
all major transmission codes.

fo
33 kHz
36.7 kHz
40 kHz

TE
R

Type
TSOP4830SB1
TSOP4836SB1
TSOP4838SB1
TSOP4856SB1

Features

O
LD

D Photo detector and preamplifier in one package


D Internal filter for PCM frequency
D Improved shielding against electrical field
disturbance

16123

D Low power consumption


D High immunity against ambient light
D Continuous data transmission possible
(800 bit/s)

D TTL and CMOS compatibility


D Output active low

D Suitable burst length 10 cycles/burst

Block Diagram

Input

3
Control
Circuit

30 k

W
1

PIN
AGC

Band
Pass

VS

OUT

Demodulator
2

GND

9612226

Document Number 82108


Rev. 6, 29-Mar-01

www.vishay.com
1 (7)

TSOP48..SB1
Vishay Telefunken

16777

O
LD

AS

TE
R

Dimensions in mm

www.vishay.com
6 (7)

Document Number 82108


Rev. 6, 29-Mar-01

www.fairchildsemi.com

KA1L0380B/KA1L0380RB/
KA1M0380RB/KA1H0380RB
Fairchild Power Switch(FPS)
Features

Description

The Fairchild Power Switch(FPS) product family is specially


designed for an off line SMPS with minimal external
components. The Fairchild Power Switch(FPS) consist of high
voltage power SenseFET and current mode PWM controller IC.
PWM controller features integrated fixed oscillator, under
voltage lock out, leading edge blanking, optimized gate turn-on/
turn-off driver, thermal shut down protection, over voltage
protection, temperature compensated precision current sources
for loop compensation and fault protection circuit. compared to
discrete MOSFET and controller or RCC switching converter
solution, a Fairchild Power Switch(FPS) can reduce total
component count, design size, weight and at the same time
increase & efficiency, productivity, and system reliability. It has
a basic platform well suited for cost effective design in either a
flyback converter or a forward converter.

AS

TE

Precision fixed operating frequency


KA1L0380B/KA1L0380RB (50KHz)
KA1M0380RB (67KHz)
KA1H0380RB (100KHz)
Pulse by pulse over current limiting
Over load protection
Over voltage protection (Min. 23V)
Internal thermal shutdown function
Under voltage lockout
Internal high voltage sense FET
Auto restart (KA1L0380RB/KA1M0380RB/KA1H0380RB)

O
LD

TO-220F-4L

1. GND 2. DRAIN 3. VCC 4. FB

Internal Block Diagram

#3 VCC

32V

5V
Vref

Internal
bias
Good
logic

OSC

9V

5A

1mA

#4 FB
2.5R
1R

0.1V

25V

L.E.B

+
7.5V

#2 DRAIN
SFET

S
Thermal S/D

#1 GND

Power on reset
OVER VOLTAGE S/D

Rev.1.0.2
2001 Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation

www.fairchildsemi.com

KA431/KA431A/KA431L

Programmable Shunt Regulator


Description

The KA431/KA431A/KA431L are three-terminal adjustable


regulator series with a guaranteed thermal stability over
applicable temperature ranges. The output voltage may be
set to any value between VREF (approximately 2.5 volts)
and 36 volts with two external resistors These devices have a
typical dynamic output impedance of 0.2W Active output
circuitry provides a very sharp turn on characteristic,
making these devices excellent replacement for zener diodes
in many applications.

TE

Programmable output voltage to 36 volts


Low dynamic output impedance 0.20 typical
Sink current capability of 1.0 to 100mA
Equivalent full-range temperature coefficient of 50ppm/
C typical
Temperature compensated for operation over full rated
operating temperature range
Low output noise voltage
Fast turn-on response

Features

AS

TO-92

1. Ref 2. Anode 3. Cathode

O
LD

8-DIP

1.Cathode 2.3.4.5.7.NC
6.Anode 8.Ref

8-SOP

1.Cathode 2.3.6.7.Anode
4.5.NC 8.Ref

SOT-23F
3

1. Cathode 2. Ref 3. Anode

Internal Block Diagram

Rev. 1.0.4
2001 Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation

7. Schematic Diagrams
7.1. Schematic diagram of Front Board

G
O

LD

AS

TE

- see next page.

TSOP4838

U2

SEG7

SEG4

SEG3

OUT

VCC

GND

120

R9

120

R8

120

R10
330

+5V

+ C2
4.7uF/10V

+5V

L7

L4

L3

REMOCON

R11
10K

0.1uF

BC2
7

14

8
9

SCLK1

+5V

1
2
QA
QB
QC
QD
QE
QF
QG
QH

74HCT164

GND

VCC

CLK
CLR

A
B

U3
3
4
5
6
10
11
12
13

SEG0
SEG1
SEG2
SEG3
SEG4
SEG5
SEG6
SEG7

+5V

R6
3.3K

TACT

S3

TACT

S2

TACT

S1

L3

L2

L1

L0

FND4

0.1uF

BC3

+5V

SCLK2

SDATA

14

8
9

1
2

3
4
5
6
10
11
12
13

2.2K
R12

LED0
LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4

FND3

FND2

C1

+5V

Date:

Size
B

Title

SDATA

REMOCON
KEY
SCLK1
SCLK2

LED

D3

LED

D2

LED

D1

2.2K
R16

L7

L4

L3

LED0
LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4

5267-7A

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

J1

Tuesday, July 13, 2004

FRONT

Sheet

FRONT_Without_MICOM

FND0

PNP_TR
Q5

Document Number

0.1uF

BC1

FND4

FND4

FND4

2.2K
R15

PNP_TR
Q4

FND1

220uF/6.3V

2.2K
R14

PNP_TR
Q3

2.2K
R13

PNP_TR
Q2

TE
L6

L5

L4

QA
QB
QC
QD
QE
QF
QG
QH

74HCT164

GND

VCC

CLK
CLR

A
B

U4

TACT

S7

TACT

S6

TACT

S5

TACT

S4

PNP_TR
Q1

AS

KEY

KEY1 : POWER ON
KEY2 : CH UP
KEY3 : CH DOWN
KEY4 : VOL UP
KEY5 : VOL DOWN
KEY6 : MENU
KEY7 : OK

LD

SDATA

FND4

FND2

R7

U1
A-3C4G

G
O

FND1

L1

L6

L0

L2

L5

FND3

120

R5

120

R3

120

120

R2

R4

120

R1

FND0

SEG1

SEG6

SEG0

SEG2

1
3

+5V

1
3

SEG5

1
3

1
3

16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9

B
G
A
C
NC
F
NC
NC

S1
S2
D
L
E
S3
DP
S4

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

1
3

of

Rev
1.0

7.2. Schematic diagram of Main Board

G
O

LD

AS

TE

- see next page. -

23

+5V

LNBPVSEL
LNBPEN

VDD

VCC

100
100

LNBP17V
LNBP24V

R3
R5

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

LNBPWR

SAMSUNG TBMU24311IPP

29
30

D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
GND0 IIC DATA
GND1 IIC CLK

5V
3.3V
F22
1.8V
RESET
ERROR OUT
FSTART
VAILD
BCLK
D0

LNBA IN
LNBB OUT
5V(RF)
AGC MONITOR
5VA
GND
VT
I
Q

U1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

CO0
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
CO5
CO6
CO7

LNBP20PD

C2

C3

GND3
LNBB
MI
OLF
LLC
EXTM
CEXT
ENT
NC2
GND2

20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

ASDA
ASCLK

+1.8VT

+3.3VT

R1
X(4.7K/AXIAL/0.25Watt)

4.7uF

1 LNBPLT

R9
X(51)

R7

F22K
X(1K)

C11
X(10uF/16V(SMD/3216))

100

100

R8
X(4.7K)

R6

R4

D2
15MQ040N/RB060L-40

LNBPENT

LNBPLLCO

+1.8VT

BC2
0.1uF

C7
220uF/6.3V

+5V

L20

BC4
0.1uF

0.1uF

VO

Date:

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

VI

U2
LM7805 with Heat sink

C6
47uF/50V

L4
BEAD-601

470uF/6.3V

C4

TF4000Fe / TF5000Fe

C9
100uF/16V

CDCLK

Sheet

+8V

+30V

+3.3V

CDEN
TUNER_RST

CO[0..7]

L3
BEAD-601/2012/500mA

47/X(CB1608PM600)

R2

CO[0..7]

Size
Document Number
Custom TUNER

Title

0.1uF

BC5

C8
0.1uF/50V/2012

0.1uF
100pF

+30VT

BC1

C5

+3.3VT

CDCLKOUT

BC3

+5VT

C1
100pF

CDEN
TUNERRST

NEAR TO TUNER1

X(BEAD-601)

TE

+1.8V

L5
BEAD-601/2012/500mA

AS

LD

U4
POLYSW-RXE065

C10

3900pF/X7R/25V
3900pF/X7R/25V

CDEN
CDCLKOUT

TUNERRST

GND0
VCC1
VCC2
LNBA
VSEL
EN
OSEL
NC0
NC1
GND1

U3

+30VT

+5VT

LNBPWR
LNBPLT

G
O

D1
P6KE30

CB2012PA600
CB2012PA600

F22K

L1
L2

HS
4

GND
2

of

14

Rev
1.5

KEY_IN[0..2]

GPIO[0..31]

MODEL_ID0
MODEL_ID1
MODEL_ID2

MODEL_ID0
MODEL_ID1
MODEL_ID2

5
6
7
8

4
3
2
1

2.2KX4

R39
R40
R41

R36
R37
R38

MD4
MD3
MD2
MD1

2.2K
2.2K
2.2K

R33
R34
R35

KEY_IN0
KEY_IN1
KEY_IN2

PR1

+3.3V +5V

X(100)
X(100)
X(100)

2.2K
2.2K
2.2K

+3.3V

MONCS

MD[0..15]

MA[1..21]

+3.3V

AS

MD[0..15]

MA[1..21]

LD

G
O

2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
10K
10K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
10K
2.2K
2.2K

R10
R11
R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
R17
R18
R19
R20
R21
R22
R23
R24
R25
R26
R27
R28
R29
R30
R31

GPIO0
GPIO1
GPIO2
GPIO3
GPIO4
GPIO5
GPIO6
GPIO7
GPIO10
GPIO11
GPIO12
GPIO16
GPIO17
GPIO18
GPIO19
GPIO20
GPIO21
GPIO22
GPIO23
GPIO24
GPIO25
GPIO27

+3.3V

KEY_IN[0..2]

GPIO[0..31]

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40

MA2
MA4
MA6
MA8
MA10
MA12
MA14
MA16
MA18
MA20
MD1
MD3
MD5
MD7
MD9
MD11
MD13
MD15

X(52368-0401)

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39

JP1

TE

MA1
MA3
MA5
MA7
MA9
MA11
MA13
MA15
MA17
MA19
MD0
MD2
MD4
MD6
MD8
MD10
MD12
MD14

Date:

Size
B

Title

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Document Number
TEST

TF4000Fe / TF5000Fe

R32
4.7K

+3.3V

Sheet

ROMBDIN

of

14

Rev
1.5

SCLK

24

R61

+3.3V

XTN

SCLK

100K

R62

R58
1K

KEY_IN[0..2]

GPIO[0..31]

CO[0..7]

MD[0..15]

MA[1..21]

SD_DT[0..15]

1
2
3
4

+1.8V

X(KA5SDKAS01TSN)

XIN
XOUT
VDD
VSS1
XTUNE
NC
VSS0
CLK

8
7
6
5

X(4pF)

C20

U6

X(27MHz)

Y1

R63
10K

+3.3V

CLK

+3.3V

CS0
CS1
CICS

MWEN

MOEN

VCXO1
27MHz

F1
LFA20-2A1E104M

VIN

C19
0.01uF/X7R

XTN

BC11
0.1uF

+3.3V

SD_CAS
SD_CLK
SD_CS0
SD_DQMH
SD_DQML
SD_RAS
SD_WE

B20
D23
E21
C23

R55

W21
Y23
V20
W22
W23
V21
V22
U21
U22
U23
T21
P20
R23
P21
P22
N21
N22
N23
M21
M22
M23

L23
L22
L21
K21
K20
J23
J22
J21
H23
H22
G23
G22
G21
F22
E23
E22

MA20
MA19
MA18
MA17
MA16
MA15
MA14
MA13
MA12
MA11
MA10
MA9
MA8
MA7
MA6
MA5
MA4
MA3
MA2
MA1

MD15
MD14
MD13
MD12
MD11
MD10
MD9
MD8
MD7
MD6
MD5
MD4
MD3
MD2
MD1
MD0

D21
C22
B23
A22

B1
C2
D3
D1
F4
E2
E1
F3
F2
G3
G2
G1
H3
H2
H1
J3

SD_DT15
SD_DT14
SD_DT13
SD_DT12
SD_DT11
SD_DT10
SD_DT9
SD_DT8
SD_DT7
SD_DT6
SD_DT5
SD_DT4
SD_DT3
SD_DT2
SD_DT1
SD_DT0

2.2K

M3
M2
N1
N2
P2
P3
P4
R1
R3
T1
T2
U1
U2
V2
W1

SD_AD14
SD_AD13
SD_AD12
SD_AD11
SD_AD10
SD_AD9
SD_AD8
SD_AD7
SD_AD6
SD_AD5
SD_AD4
SD_AD3
SD_AD2
SD_AD1
SD_AD0

47
CB1608GM121
47
47
47
47
47
L3 nSD0_CAS
J1 SD0_CLK
J2 nSD0_CS0
L2 SD0_DQMH
L1 SD0_DQML
K2 nSD0_RAS
K3 nSD0_WE

G
O

R47
R48
R49
R50
R51
R52
R53

BC13 BC14 BC15 BC16 BC17 BC18 BC19 BC20 BC21 BC22 BC23 BC24 BC25 BC26 BC27 BC28
0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF

+3.3V

PWM

KEY_IN[0..2]

GPIO[0..31]

CO[0..7]

MD[0..15]

MA[1..21]

SD_AD[0..14]

SD0_DATA0
SD0_DATA1
SD0_DATA2
SD0_DATA3
SD0_DATA4
SD0_DATA5
SD0_DATA6
SD0_DATA7
SD0_DATA8
SD0_DATA9
SD0_DATA10
SD0_DATA11
SD0_DATA12
SD0_DATA13
SD0_DATA14
SD0_DATA15

SD0_ADDRESS0(MSB)
SD0_ADDRESS1
SD0_ADDRESS2
SD0_ADDRESS3
SD0_ADDRESS4
SD0_ADDRESS5
SD0_ADDRESS6
SD0_ADDRESS7
SD0_ADDRESS8
SD0_ADDRESS9
SD0_ADDRESS10
SD0_ADDRESS11
SD0_ADDRESS12
SD0_ADDRESS13
SD0_ADDRESS14

BI_DATA0
BI_DATA1
BI_DATA2
BI_DATA3
BI_DATA4
BI_DATA5
BI_DATA6
BI_DATA7
BI_DATA8
BI_DATA9
BI_DATA10
BI_DATA11
BI_DATA12
BI_DATA13
BI_DATA14
BI_DATA15

BI_ADDRESS11
BI_ADDRESS12
BI_ADDRESS13
BI_ADDRESS14
BI_ADDRESS15
BI_ADDRESS16
BI_ADDRESS17
BI_ADDRESS18
BI_ADDRESS19
BI_ADDRESS20
BI_ADDRESS21
BI_ADDRESS22
BI_ADDRESS23
BI_ADDRESS24
BI_ADDRESS25
BI_ADDRESS26
BI_ADDRESS27
BI_ADDRESS28
BI_ADDRESS29
BI_ADDRESS30
BI_ADDRESS31_WBE1

nBI_CS0
nBI_CS1
nBI_CS2
nBI_CS3

nBI_OE
BI_READY
BI_RW
nBI_WBE0

+3.3V
R44

2.2K

+3.3V

SC0_VCC
SC0_RESET
SC0_IO
SC0_DETECT
SC0_CLK

U5

+
220uF/6.3V

C21

+3.3V

+
220uF/6.3V

C22

+1.8V

R42

47

AS

IBM39STB0250xPBA05C

LD

AC15
AA15
AC16
AB16
AA16
AB17
AC17

nSD1_CS0
SD1_CLK
nSD1_WE
nSD1_RAS
nSD1_CAS
SD1_DQML
SD1_DQMH

SD_DT[0..15]

AA17
AB18
AA18
AC19
AB19
Y18
AA19
AC20
AB20
AC21
AA20
AB21
AC22
AB23
AA22

SD1_ADDRESS0(MSB)
SD1_ADDRESS1
SD1_ADDRESS2
SD1_ADDRESS3
SD1_ADDRESS4
SD1_ADDRESS5
SD1_ADDRESS6
SD1_ADDRESS7
SD1_ADDRESS8
SD1_ADDRESS9
SD1_ADDRESS10
SD1_ADDRESS11
SD1_ADDRESS12
SD1_ADDRESS13
SD1_ADDRESS14

SD_AD[0..14]

VCC

AA7
AB7
AB9
Y10
AA10
AB10
AB11
AC11
AB12
AC12
AC13
AB13
AA13
AB14
AA14
Y14
SD1_DATA0
SD1_DATA1
SD1_DATA2
SD1_DATA3
SD1_DATA4
SD1_DATA5
SD1_DATA6
SD1_DATA7
SD1_DATA8
SD1_DATA9
SD1_DATA10
SD1_DATA11
SD1_DATA12
SD1_DATA13
SD1_DATA14
SD1_DATA15

GND

W2
AB6
AC4
Y1
AB3
Y3
nRW_HALT
RW_TCK
RW_TDI
RW_TDO
RW_TMS
nRW_TRST

RESET
C1
D2
H21
nINT0
nINT1
nINT2

KEY_IN0
KEY_IN1
KEY_IN2
AA9
AB4
AB8
AC8
C20
SC0_CLK
SC0_DETECT
SC0_IO
SC0_RESET
SC0_VCC

CDCLK
CDEN

AUD_GNDA0
AUD_GNDA1

AUD_VDDA0
AUD_VDDA1

DAC2_AGND0
DAC2_AGND1
DAC2_AGND2

+1.8V

+3.3V

AA8
AC3

AC7
AA5

B17
B15
C13

B7
A8
C10

C9
A15

C7
B8
C11
C17
C15
B13

A7
A17
A11
C12
A5
A19

C18
B16
C14
A13

0.1uF

R
BC12

2K
2K

C17

1nF

1nF

R57

C16

47

R56

AA1
F20
AA2
AB1
Y2

R45
R46

C15

47

RESET
SCLK

AA4
AA12
AA11
AC9

B6
C8
A9
B11

GPIO0
GPIO1
GPIO2
GPIO3
GPIO4
GPIO5
GPIO6
GPIO7
GPIO8
GPIO9
GPIO10
GPIO11
GPIO12
GPIO13
GPIO14
GPIO15
GPIO16
GPIO17
GPIO18
GPIO19
GPIO20
GPIO21
GPIO22
GPIO23
GPIO24
GPIO25
MA21
GPIO27
GPIO28
PWM
GPIO30
GPIO31

AC2
Y6
AB5
AC5
C19
B21
A20
D18
M1
N3
R2
V4
W3
B10
D10
B9
D6
C5
A4
B4
A3
C4
B3
A2
K22
Y22
Y21
AA6
F21
R22
K4
AB15

T3
U3

TE
DAC1_AGND0
DAC1_AGND1
DAC1_AGND2

DAC1_VREF_IN
DAC2_VREF_IN

DAC1_VOUT1
DAC1_VOUT2
DAC1_VOUT3
DAC2_VOUT1
DAC2_VOUT2
DAC2_VOUT3

DAC1_RREF_OUT
DAC2_RREF_OUT
DAC1_GREF_OUT
DAC2_GREF_OUT
DAC1_CREF_OUT
DAC2_CREF_OUT

DAC2_AVDD0
DAC2_AVDD1
DAC2_AVDD2
DAC2_AVDD3

DAC1_AVDD0
DAC1_AVDD1
DAC1_AVDD2
DAC1_AVDD3

DA_BIT_CLOCK
DA_SPDIF
DA_LR_CLOCK
DA_OS_CLOCK
DA_SERIAL_DATA

nSYSTEM_RESET
27MHZ_CLK
CLK_VDDA
CLK_GNDA

GPIO_0
GPIO_1
GPIO_2
GPIO_3
GPIO_4
GPIO_5
GPIO_6
GPIO_7
GPIO_8
GPIO_9
GPIO_10
GPIO_11
GPIO_12
GPIO_13
GPIO_14
GPIO_15
GPIO_16
GPIO_17
GPIO_18
GPIO_19
GPIO_20
GPIO_21
GPIO_22
GPIO_23
GPIO_24
GPIO_25
GPIO_26
GPIO_27
GPIO_28
GPIO_29
GPIO_30
GPIO_31

I2C0_SCL
I2C0_SDA

VDD18_0
VDD18_1
VDD18_2
VDD18_3
VDD18_4
VDD18_5
VDD18_6
VDD18_7
VDD18_8
VDD18_9
VDD18_10
VDD18_11
VDD18_12
VDD18_13
VDD18_14
VDD18_15
D9
D11
D13
D15
J4
J20
L4
L20
N4
N20
R4
R20
Y9
Y11
Y13
Y15

V3
E3
nEDMAC3_ACK
nEDMAC3_REQ

A1 GND0
A6 GND1
A10 GND2
A14 GND3
A18 GND4
A23 GND5
AA3 GND6
AB2 GND7
AC1 GND8
AC6 GND9
B2 GND10
B22 GND11
C3 GND12
C21 GND13
D4 GND14
D8 GND15
D12 GND16
D16 GND17
D20 GND18
F1 GND19
F23 GND20
H4 GND21
H20 GND22
K1 GND23
K23 GND24
M4 GND25
M20 GND26
P1 GND27
P23 GND28
T4 GND29
T20 GND30
V1 GND31
V23 GND32
Y4 GND33
Y8 GND34
Y12 GND35
Y16 GND36
Y20 GND37
AA21 GND38
AA23 GND39
AB22 GND40
AC10GND41
AC14GND42
AC18GND43
AC23GND44

R21
T22
D22
T23
A21
SC1_CLK
SC1_DETECT
SC1_IO
SC1_RESET
SC1_VCC

CO7
CO6
CO5
CO4
CO3
CO2
CO1
CO0
B5
C6
B19
B18
C16
A16
A12
D14
B14
B12
CI_CLOCK
CI_DATA_ENABLE
CI_DATA0
CI_DATA1
CI_DATA2
CI_DATA3
CI_DATA4
CI_DATA5
CI_DATA6
CI_DATA7

VDD33_0
VDD33_1
VDD33_2
VDD33_3
VDD33_4
VDD33_5
VDD33_6
VDD33_7
VDD33_8
VDD33_9
VDD33_10
VDD33_11
VDD33_12
VDD33_13
VDD33_14
VDD33_15

D5
D7
D17
D19
E4
E20
G4
G20
U4
U20
W4
W20
Y5
Y7
Y17
Y19

+3.3V

2.2K

R54
+3.3V

5.1K

R64

REDNL
GREENNL
BLUENL
CVBSNL

C18

1nF

R59
R60

Date:

Size
C

Title

1nF

Sheet

L7
BEAD-601

47uF/16V

+ C13

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Document Number
VULCAN

BEAD-601

L6

1uF/16V

+ C12

+1.8V

TF4000Fe / TF5000Fe

BEAD-601

L8

787(1%)
787(1%)

BC6 BC7 BC8 BC9 BC10


0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF

DACBCLK
SPDIF
DACWCLK
DACCLK
DACDATA

RESET

FSW_TVON
FSW_TVWIDE

FBLANK

KEYIN
DACMUTE

MODEM_RST

LNBPEN
LNBPLLCO
LNBPENT
LNBPVSEL
TXD1
RXD1
REMIN
TUNER_RST
MODEL_ID0
MODEL_ID1
FPC_DATA
FPC_CLK1
FPC_CLK0
MODEL_ID2
TXD2
RXD2

ASCLK
ASDA

of

47uF/16V

+ C14

+2.5V

+1.8V

14

Rev
1.5

MWEN
nFLASHCS
MOEN

MA[1..21]
MD[0..15]

+3.3V

C83
100pF/25V

+3.3V

BC30
0.1uF

F_RESET

12
13

11
26
28
14

MWEN

MOEN

25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
48
17
16

MA1
MA2
MA3
MA4
MA5
MA6
MA7
MA8
MA9
MA10
MA11
MA12
MA13
MA14
MA15
MA16
MA17
MA18
MA19

MA[1..21]
MD[0..15]

RP
VPP

WE
CE
OE
WP

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9/ID
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18

1
2
3
4

+3.3V

VCC
WP
SCL
SDA

24LC02B-SN

A0
A1
A3
GND

U8

NC
NC
NC

BYTE

O0
O1
O2
O3
O4
O5
O6
O7
O8
O9
O10
O11
O12
O13
O14
O15

8
7
6
5

9
10
15

47

+3.3V

R110

MA20
MA21

X(0)

1
MA20

+3.3V

U7
SST39VF800A/MBM29LV800BA
MD0
29
MD1
31
MD2
33
MD3
35
MD4
38
MD5
40
MD6
42
MD7
44
MD8
30
MD9
32
MD10
34
MD11
36
MD12
39
MD13
41
MD14
43
MD15
45

ASCLK
ASDA

MA21

+3.3V

X(22K)

R163

Q25
X(KSR1101)

X(10K)

X(100)

X(X(0))

F_RESET

+12VAS

MODEM_RST

ROMBDIN

RESET

TE

R162

Q23
X(KST4401)

+12VFM

R158
X(10K)

R156

+12VFM

X(KST4403)

Q21

AS

Q24
X(KSR1101)
R161
X(10K)

Q22
X(KST4401)

R155 X(22K)

R154
X(10K)

+12VAS

RST_CON

R160

R159
X(4.7K)

X(10K)

RESETB

+12VFM

R157

LD

G
O

BC29
0.1uF

3
1

37

VCC

GND
GND

27
46

1
3
3
1

Date:

Size
B

Title

10

13

1
X(74LVC02A)

U24A

Sheet

RST_CON

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Document Number
FLASH

RESETB

X(0.1uF)

X(74LVC02A)

U24D

F_RESET

BC56

X(74LVC02A)

U24C

+3.3V

X(74LVC02A)

U24B

TF4000Fe / TF5000Fe

12

11

R153

14
7
14
7
14
7
14
7

of

14

Rev
1.5

SD_AD[0..14]

SD_AD12
SD_AD14

R65
R66

0
X(0)

BS0

SD_DT[0..15]

SD_AD[0..14]

SD_DQMH
SD_DQML
SD_WE
SD_CAS
SD_RAS
SD_CS0
SD_CLK
+3.3V

SD_DT0
SD_DT1
SD_DT2
SD_DT3
SD_DT4
SD_DT5
SD_DT6
SD_DT7
SD_DT8
SD_DT9
SD_DT10
SD_DT11
SD_DT12
SD_DT13
SD_DT14
SD_DT15

BS0
SD_AD13

SD_AD0
SD_AD1
SD_AD2
SD_AD3
SD_AD4
SD_AD5
SD_AD6
SD_AD7
SD_AD8
SD_AD9
SD_AD10
SD_AD11
23
24
25
26
29
30
31
32
33
34
22
35

39
15
16
17
18
19
38
37

2
4
5
7
8
10
11
13
42
44
45
47
48
50
51
53

20
21

VCCQ0
VCCQ1
VCCQ2
VCCQ3

VSS0
VSS1
VSS2

VCC0
VCC1
VCC2

3
9
43
49

28
41
54

1
14
27

NC0
NC1

VSSQ0
VSSQ1
VSSQ2
VSSQ3

36
40

6
12
46
52

0.1uF

0.1uF

SD_AD12

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

BC35

0.1uF

BC36

TE

BC34

BC33

L10
BEAD-601

+3.3V

BC32

BC31

L9
BEAD-601

+3.3V

AS

K4S641632

UDQM
LDQM
WE
CAS
RAS
CS
CLK
CKE

BD0
BD1
BD2
BD3
BD4
BD5
BD6
BD7
BD8
BD9
BD10
BD11
BD12
BD13
BD14
BD15

BNK0
BNK1

BA0
BA1
BA2
BA3
BA4
BA5
BA6
BA7
BA8
BA9
BA10
BA11

U9

LD

SD_DT[0..15]

G
O

Date:

Size
B

Title

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Document Number
SDRAM

TF4000Fe / TF5000Fe

Sheet

of

14

Rev
1.5

SCL5V

SDA5V

RESET

MA[1..21]

MD[0..15]

MWEN

CICS

X(2.2K)

2.2K

2.2K

R70

R71

R72

SCL5V

X(2.2K)

+5V

+3.3V

nFLASHCS

CS1
MONCS

ROMBDIN
CS0

BC38
0.1uF

MA17

nFLASHCS

CS1
MONCS

ROMBDIN
CS0

nRESETIN

TDI/IO0
IO1
IO2
GND0
IO3
IO4
TMS/IO5
IO6
VCC0
IO7
GND1

IO24
TDO/IO23
IO22
GND4
VCC2
IO21
IO20
TCK/IO19
IO18
GND3
IO17

33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23

U10
TF301SC15

BC39
0.1uF

SCL5V
BC37
0.1uF

+3.3V

TE

+3.3V

AS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

LD

G
O

+3.3V

R69

2.2K

R67

SDA5V

RESET

MA[1..21]

MD[0..15]

MWEN

CICS

SCLK

RESET
CICS
MWEN
MA18
MA19

SCLK

SCLK

44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
IO29
IO28
IO27
VCC3
INPUT3/OE2/GCLK2
INPUT2/GCLRn
INPUT1/OE1
INPUT0/GCLK1
GND5
IO26
IO25

IO8
IO9
IO10
IO11
GND2
VCC1
IO12
IO13
IO14
IO15
IO16

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
MD0
MD1
MD2
MD7
SDA5V

Date:

Size
B

Title

TP_RST1

+3.3V

0.47uF/2012

C23

nRESETIN

R68
10K

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Document Number
ASIC

TF4000Fe / TF5000Fe

U11
ELM9727NBA
VCC
GND
OUT
1
2
3

Sheet

of

14

Rev
1.5

5267-12A

12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

JP2

(+17V)
(+24V)
(+30V)

(+8V)

(+3.3V)

(+15V)

BC42
0.1uF

+30V

C34
0.1uF/50V/2012

+30VS

C32
0.1uF/50V/2012

+24VS

C31
0.1uF/50V/2012

+3.3V

D5

+3.3VS

VOUT

L11

+8VS

C35
220uF/6.3V

BC43
0.1uF

BC40
0.1uF

+2.5V

C26
220uF/6.3V

+1.8V

+8V

C36
100uF/16V

+15VS

+24VS

+17VS

TE

C28
220uF/6.3V

AS

X(BEAD-601/2012/500mA)

+3.3V

VIN

VOUT

U13
MIC39100-2.5BS

VIN

LD1117ADT18

U12

X(DIODE_DIP)

+3.3V

+3.3V

LD

G
O

BC41
0.1uF

+17VS

+8VS

+3.3VS

C24
0.47uF/2012

+15VS

GND

GND
1
TAB

Date:

Size
B

Title

IN

OUT

LNBP17V

Sheet

C33
100uF/25V

BC44
0.1uF

+12VAS

C30
0.1uF/50V/2012

LNBP24V

C27
0.1uF/50V/2012

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Document Number
POWER

TF4000Fe / TF5000Fe

D4

0/2012

X(DIODE_DIP)

U14
78L12

C29
100uF/30V

D3

X(0/2012)

1N4001

R74

C25
100uF/30V

R73

GND
2

of

14

Rev
1.5

RXD1

TXD1

R165

R164

TXD

470

RXD

C37

0.47uF/2012

C42

3
4

11
10
12
9

BC45
0.1uF

4.7

R77

C40
C41
100pF 100pF

+5V

R76

R75

SPDIF

100

100

TE

+5VL

C38
C39
0.47uF/2012 0.47uF/2012

2
6

15

16

14
7
13
8

AS

V+
V-

GND

VCC

T1O
T2O
R1IN
R2IN

MAX232ACPE

C2-

C1C2+

C1+

T1IN
T2IN
R1O
R2O

U15

LD

0.47uF/2012

G
O

470

Date:

Size
B

Title

TOTX178A

1
2
3

JP3

X(5267-4A)

1
2
3
4

JP7

DB9(MALE)

P1

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Document Number
RS232

TF4000Fe / TF5000Fe

0.1uF

BC46

+5VL

RXD
TXD

+5V

TXDPC

RXDPC

1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5

Sheet

of

14

Rev
1.5

L12

DACMUTE

DACCLK

DACBCLK
DACWCLK
DACDATA

DACMUTE

DACCLK

DACBCLK
DACWCLK
DACDATA

0.1uF

BC47

+3.3V

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

U17

UDA1334TS

BCK
VOR
WS
VSSA
DATAI
VOL
VDDD
VDDA
VSSD
VREF
SYSCLK
TEST
APPSEL
L3CLK
L3DATA L3MODE

16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9

DAC_VREF
DAC_RIGHT

DACWCLK
DACDATA
DACBCLK

DAC_RIGHT

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

R84
22K

0.47uF/2012

14
13
12
11
10
9
8

+5V

68K

R83

22K

R82

C47

0.47uF/2012

C44

68K

R81

DACMUTE
DAC_LEFT

DACCLK

BC52
X(0.1uF)

AS

X(PCM1725U/PCM1733U)

LRCIN
DIN
BCKIN
NC0
CAP
VOR
GND

U18

BC50
0.1uF

SCKI
FORMAT
DM
NC2
NC1
VOL
VCC

DAC_VREF

DAC_LEFT

C45
47uF/16V

0.1uF

BC48

LD

G
O
+3.3V

2
3

BC51
0.1uF

5.6K

5.6K

R86

R85

47pF

C46

47pF

C43

4
+
8

TL072

U16B

TL072

U16A

+12VAS

+12V
+12VS

+12VA
+12VAS

BC49
0.1uF

TE

C48
100uF/16V

+
Date:

Size
B

Title

AUDIOL

AUDIOR

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Document Number
AUDIO DAC

TF4000Fe / TF5000Fe

AUDIOL

AUDIOR

Sheet

of

14

Rev
1.5

CVBSNL

BLUENL

GREENNL

REDNL

+12VA

+3.3V

AUDIOL

AUDIOR

1.8uH

L18

C69
150pF

C67

22pF

1.8uH

L17

C65
150pF

C63

22pF

1.8uH

L16

C60
150pF

C59

22pF

1.8uH

180

C70
75pF

C66
75pF

C61
75pF

C56
75pF

2.2K

R100 180

R95

1K

R94

R91

1K

R90

22pF

L15

C55
150pF

C54

BEAD-601

FBLANK

L13

AUDIOL

AUDIOR

R130
150

R122
150

R113
150

R105
150

Q5
KSR1101

+8V

+8V

560

R131

R126

560

R123

R120

560

R114

R111

+12VA
D7
KDS226

D6
KDS226

+12VA

TBLANK

+8V

CVBS

BEAD-601

Q2
KST4403

Q1
KST4403

L14

C49

C50

TAROUT

1.2K

1.2K

1.2K

Q12
KST4403

Q11
KST4403

Q9
KST4403

470

R92

470

C51

4.7uF/16V

+8V

+8V

+8V

R152
220

Q20
KST4401

R151
220

Q19
KST4401

R150
220

Q18
KST4401

FSW_TVWIDE

FSW_TVON

+8V
D13
KDS226

D12
KDS226

+8V

+8V
D10
KDS226

R96

470pF

C52

+12VA

4.7uF/16V

470pF

68

R127

68

R121

68

R101
6.8K

TRED

Q7
KSR1101

TBLUE

TGREEN

Q4
KSR1101

R93
47K

R89
47K

+12VA

R103
4.7K

270

R102
TFSW

+12VA

+5V

AUDIOL

CVBS

+5V

+12VA

CVBS

AUDIOR
1K

R119

300

300

Q10
KST4403

Q8
KST4403

Q6
KST4403

D9
KDS226

+12VA

+5V
D8
KDS226

300

R128

560

300

R125

Q13
KST4403

RFVOUT

D11
KDS226

+12VA

D14
KDS226

+5V

470

C57

C53

C62

4.7uF/16V

470uF/6.3V

68

C68

4.7uF/16V

R
R129

R116

470

R107

68

R99

TE
2.2K

2.2K

R132

R115

1K

R109

R106

560

R104

R98

R97

AS

Q3
KST4401

LD

R112

5.6K

TALOUT

G
O

R88

+12VA

2.2K

1
3

R87

3
3
3

1
3
1

3
3
3

+
+

1
3

TCVBS

Date:

Size
C

22
23

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

AUDIOLOUT
AUDIOROUT

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Document Number
AV OUTPUT

RCA3PIN

1
2
3
4
5

J1

10

of

*AUDIO RIGHT OUT


*AUDIO RIGHT IN
*AUDIO LEFT OUT
*AUDIO GND
*BLUE RETURN
*AUDIO LEFT IN
*BLUE
*FUNCITON SW
*GREEN GND
*NC
*GREEN
*NC
*RED GND
*FAST BLANK GND
*RED(CHROMA)
*FAST BLANKING
*VIDEO OUT GND
*VIDEO IN GND
*VIDEO OUT(Y)
*VIDEO IN
*SHIELD

Sheet

1
2
3
4
5

2203-21ST
TV SCART

22
23

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

SCART1

CINCHCVBS

TF4000Fe / TF5000Fe

C64
470pF

C58
470pF

TCVBS

TRED
TBLANK

TGREEN

TBLUE
TFSW

TALOUT

TAROUT

Title

CINCHCVBS

R117
47K

AUDIOROUT

R108
47K

AUDIOLOUT

470uF/6.3V

14

Rev
1.5

AUDIOL

AUDIOR

+12VA

2.2K

27K

R137

27K

R135

R133

Q14
KST4403

39K

R134

RFVOUT

SDA5V
SCL5V

+8VS

5
6

GND0
GND1
GND2
GND3

MB+
BB+

OUT

RMUP74055AB

SDA
SCL

VIDEO

AUDIO

U20

IN

U19
LM7805

TE

910

R136

RFAUDIO

AS

RFAUDIO

LD

G
O

1
3

GND
2

7
8
9
10

1
4

Date:

Size
B

Title

BC53
0.1uF

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Document Number
RF MODULATOR

TF4000Fe / TF5000Fe

C71
100uF/16V

+5V

Sheet

11

of

14

Rev
1.5

KEY

REMIN
KEYIN
FPC_CLK0
FPC_CLK1
FPC_DATA

2K

C73
X(220pF)

R139 C74
10K
X(22pF)

FREMIN

R138

BC55

0.1uF

+3.3V

U22A
74LVC14

REMIN

KEYIN

U22D
74LVC14

JP5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

+5VF

U22B
74LVC14

FPC_DATA
11

10

+8VS

C86
220pF

IN

U21
LM7805

FPC_CLK1

OUT

13

TE

C84
220pF

SCLK0

SDATA

U22E
74LVC14

AS

SDATA

FREMIN
KEY
SCLK0
SCLK1

L19
X(BEAD-601)

FPC_CLK0

+5V

5267-7A

LD

G
O

REMIN
KEYIN
FPC_CLK0
FPC_CLK1
FPC_DATA

GND
2

14
7
14
7

14

14

14
7
14
7

Date:

Size
B

Title

12

C85
220pF

SCLK1

0.1uF

BC54

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Document Number
FRONT NORMAL

TF4000Fe / TF5000Fe

U22F
74LVC14

U22C
74LVC14

C72
100uF/16V

+5VF

Sheet

12

of

14

Rev
1.5

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

+5V

+3.3V

LED0
LED1
LED2

REMIN

10

U23E
X(74LVC14)

U23A
X(74LVC14)

13

12

U23F
X(74LVC14)

X(0.1uF)

C80

FKEYIN0
3

R143
X(4.7K)

+3.3V

C75

FKEYIN1

+3.3V

LEDOUT1 2

X(0.1uF)

C81

C76

Date:

Size
B

Title

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Document Number
FRONT MINI

C77

KEY_IN2

U23D
X(74LVC14)

Q17
X(KSR1101)

R142
X(560)

LED2

TF4000Fe / TF5000Fe

R145
X(4.7K)

+3.3V

LEDOUT2 2

X(0.1uF)

C82

FKEYIN2

KEY_IN1

U23C
X(74LVC14)

Q16
X(KSR1101)

R141
X(560)

LED1

TE

R144
X(4.7K)

AS

Q15
X(KSR1101)

R140
X(560)

KEY_IN0

U23B
X(74LVC14)

LED0

LEDOUT0 2

LD

G
O

FREMIN
FKEYIN0
FKEYIN1
FKEYIN2

11

X(0.1uF)

C78

X(X(220pF))

C79

FREMIN

X(5267-9A)

JP6

FPC_DATA
FPC_CLK1
FPC_CLK0
REMIN

KEY_IN[0..2]

LEDOUT0
LEDOUT1
LEDOUT2
REMIN

3
1

14
7

3
1

KEY_IN[0..2]

14

14

14
7

3
1

14
7

14
7

Sheet

13

of

14

Rev
1.5

+3.3V

MODEL_ID2

+3.3V

BC57
X(0.1uF)

VIN

CLK

5
4
X(74LVC02A)

U25B

X(BEAD-601)

SC0_CLK

OSC1
X(6MHz)
L21
3

L23

12

11

13

X(BEAD-601)

SC_CLOCK

X(74LVC02A)

U25A

X(74LVC02A)

U25D

8
9

10

L22

X(0.1uF)

X(74LVC02A)

U25C

BC58

+3.3V

10K
2.2K

R79
R80

X(BEAD-601)

10K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K

R78
R146
R147
R148

+5V

SC_CLOCK

RXD2
TXD2

SC0_DET
SC0_IO
SC0_RST
SC0_VCC
SC_CLOCK

TE

+3.3V

AS

LD

G
O

SC0_CLK
SC0_DET
SC0_IO
SC0_RST
SC0_VCC
RXD2
TXD2

R149 1.2K

VCC

SC0_CLK
SC0_DETECT
SC0_IO
SC0_RESET
SC0_VCC
RXD2
TXD2

2
GND

14
7

14
7
7
14

14

Date:

Size
B

Title

+3.3V

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Document Number
SMART CARD

TF4000Fe / TF5000Fe

X(5267-10A)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

JP4

Sheet

14

of

14

Rev
1.5

7.3. Schematic diagram of SMPS (power supply)

G
O

LD

AS

TE

- see next page. -

24

G
O
AS

LD
TE
R