Philips 190S8FS/00 Service Manual

Service Manual for Philips 190S8FS/00 Monitor (112 pages)

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    19" LCD Color Monitor Chassis: HUDSON 8

    Service

    Service

    Service

    190S8FS/00 190S8FB/00 190S8FB/27

    Description

    Page Description Page

    SAFETY NOTICE

    ANY PERSON ATTEMPTING TO SERVICE THIS CHASSIS MUST FAMILIARIZE HIMSELF WITH THE

    CHASSIS AND BE AWARE OF THE NECESSARY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO BE USED WHEN SERVICING

    ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT CONTAINING HIGH VOLTAGES.

    CAUTION: USE A SEPARATE ISOLATION TRANSFOMER FOR THIS UNIT WHEN SERVICING

    Table Of Contents........................................………….1

    Revision List................................................…………….2

    Important Safety Notice………….................................3

    1. Monitor Specifications……...................................…..4

    2. LCD Monitor Description………..…….........................6

    3. Operation instructions…………….......................…....7

    3.1General Instructions…………………..…..…………7

    3.2 Control buttons…………..……………………………7

    3.3 Adjusting the Picture……....................................…..9

    3.4 Connecting to the PC ….........…….…........……....11

    4. Input/Output Specification.........................………….12

    4.1 Input Signal Connector...........................…………..12

    4.2 Factory Preset Display Modes...............................13

    4.3 Pixel Defect Policy……………………………………13

    4.4 Failure Mode OF Panel………………………..…..16

    5. Block Diagram……………………………................17

    5.1 Software Flow Chart............................………….....17

    5.2 Electrical Block Diagram..................……….........19

    6. Schematic Diagram…….....................……….........21

    6.1 Main Board…….……………..….……………………21

    6.2 Power Board…………………………..…………………25

    6.3 Key Board………...………………………………………27

    7. PCB Layout.....……......................……………………..28

    7.1 Main Board.....…….......................……..…………......28

    7.2 Power Board.……................…..…………….............30

    7.3 Key Board………...………………………………………32

    8. Wiring Diagram……………………………………….…..33

    9. Mechanical Instructions.....……...…………..…..........34

    10.Trouble shooting…..…………………………...……..44

    11. Repair Flow Chart…….…….……………………………46

    12. ISP Instructions..…..........................………..............52

    13. DDC Instructions……......…….............….................59

    14. White Balance, Luminance Adjustment……............73

    15. Monitor Exploded View………..…….………..............75

    16. Recommended & Spare Parts List.…………...............76

    17. Different Parts List...……….....………....................87

    18. General Product Specification………………………….88

    312278517300

    REFER TO BACK COVER FOR IMPORTANT SAFETY GUIDELINES

    Published by Philips CE Copyright reserved Subject to modification ○

    K

    Jul, 05, 2007

    GB

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    Revision List

    Version Release Date Revision History

    A00 Jul.5, 2007 Initial release, Draft Version

    A01 Jul.16,2007 Add new BOM in Item 17

    A02 Nov.07, 2007 Update C907 in Item 16

    A03 Nov.25,2007 Add Philips 12NC for 715GT039 A

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    Important Safety Notice

    Proper service and repair is important to the safe, reliable operation of all Philips Company Equipment. The service

    procedures recommended by Philips and described in this service manual are effective methods of performing

    service operations. Some of these service operations require the use of tools specially designed for the purpose.

    The special tools should be used when and as recommended.

    It is important to note that this manual contains various CAUTIONS and NOTICES which should be carefully read in

    order to minimize the risk of personal injury to service personnel. The possibility exists that improper service

    methods may damage the equipment. It is also important to understand that these CAUTIONS and NOTICES ARE

    NOT EXHAUSTIVE. Philips could not possibly know, evaluate and advise the service trade of all conceivable ways

    in which service might be done or of the possible hazardous consequences of each way. Consequently, Philips has

    not undertaken any such broad evaluation. Accordingly, a servicer who uses a service procedure or tool which is not

    recommended by Philips must first satisfy himself thoroughly that neither his safety nor the safe operation of the

    equipment will be jeopardized by the service method selected.

    Hereafter throughout this manual, Philips Company will be referred to as Philips.

    WARNING

    Use of substitute replacement parts, which do not have the same, specified safety characteristics may create shock,

    fire, or other hazards.

    Under no circumstances should the original design be modified or altered without written permission from Philips.

    Philips assumes no liability, express or implied, arising out of any unauthorized modification of design.

    Servicer assumes all liability.

    FOR PRODUCTS CONTAINING LASER:

    DANGER-Invisible laser radiation when open. AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.

    CAUTION-Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may

    result in hazardous radiation exposure.

    CAUTION -The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard.

    TO ENSURE THE CONTINUED RELIABILITY OF THIS PRODUCT, USE ONLY ORIGINAL MANUFACTURER'S

    REPLACEMENT PARTS, WHICH ARE LISTED WITH THEIR PART NUMBERS IN THE PARTS LIST SECTION OF

    THIS SERVICE MANUAL.

    Take care during handling the LCD module with backlight unit

    -Must mount the module using mounting holes arranged in four corners.

    -Do not press on the panel, edge of the frame strongly or electric shock as this will result in damage to the screen.

    -Do not scratch or press on the panel with any sharp objects, such as pencil or pen as this may result in damage to

    the panel.

    -Protect the module from the ESD as it may damage the electronic circuit (C-MOS).

    -Make certain that treatment person’s body is grounded through wristband.

    -Do not leave the module in high temperature and in areas of high humidity for a long time.

    -Avoid contact with water as it may a short circuit within the module.

    -If the surface of panel becomes dirty, please wipe it off with a soft material. (Cleaning with a dirty or rough cloth may

    damage the panel.)

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    1. Monitor Specifications

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    2. LCD Monitor Description

    The LCD monitor will contain a main board, a power board and a key board which house the flat panel control logic,

    brightness control logic and DDC.

    The power board will provide AC to DC Inverter voltage to drive the backlight of panel and the main board chips

    each voltage.

    Monitor Block Diagram

    AC-IN

    100V-240V

    Power board

    (

    Include: ada

    p

    ter

    ,

    inverter

    )

    Flat Panel and

    CCFL backlight

    Main Board

    RS232 Connector

    For white balance

    adjustment in factory

    mode

    CCFL Drive.

    Video signal, DDC

    Key Board

    HOST Computer

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    3. Operating Instructions

    3.1 General Instructions

    Press the power button to turn the monitor on or off. The other control buttons are located at the front of the

    panel of the monitor.

    By changing these settings, the picture can be adjusted to your personal preferences.

    -

    The power cord should be connected.

    -

    Connect the video cable from the monitor to the video card.

    -

    Press the power button to turn on the monitor, the power indicator will light up.

    3.2 Control Buttons

    Front View

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    Rear View

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    3.3 Adjusting the Picture

    Description of the On Screen Display

    On-Screen Display (OSD) is a feature in all Philips LCD monitors. It allows an end user to adjust screen

    performance or select functions of the monitors directly through an on-screen instruction window. A user friendly on

    screen display interface is shown as below:

    In the OSD shown above users can press buttons at the front bezel of the monitor to move the cursor, to

    confirm the choice or change.

    To Lock/Unlock OSD function (User Mode)

    The OSD function can be locked by pressing “MENU” button for more than 10 seconds.

    Locked OSD function can be released by pressing “MENU” button for more than 10 seconds again.

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    The OSD Tree

    Below is an overall view of the structure of the On-Screen Display. You can use this as a reference when you want

    to work your way around the different adjustments later on.

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    3.4 Connecting to the PC

    1) Connect the power cord to the back of the monitor firmly. (Philips has pre-connected VGA cable for the first

    installation.

    2) Connect to PC

    (a) Turn off your computer and unplug its power cable.

    (b) Connect the monitor signal cable to the video connector on the back of your computer.

    (c) Plug the power cord of your computer and your monitor into a nearby outlet.

    (d) Turn on your computer and monitor. If the monitor displays an image,

    installation is complete.

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    4. Input/Output Specification

    4.1 Input Signal Connector

    Analog connectors

    Pin No. Description Pin No. Description

    1. Red video input 9. DDC +5V

    2. Green video input 10. Logic Ground

    3. Blue video input 11. Ground

    4. Sense (GND) 12. Serial data line (SDA)

    5. Cable detect (GND) 13. H. Sync

    6. Red video ground 14. V. Sync

    7. Green video ground 15. Data clock line (SCL)

    8. Blue video ground

    VGA connector layout

    DVI connectors

    Pin

    No.

    Description

    Pin

    No.

    Description

    Pin

    No.

    Description

    1. T.M.D.S Data2- 9. T.M.D.S Data1- 17. T.M.D.S Data0-

    2. T.M.D.S Data2/4+ 10. T.M.D.S Data1/3+ 18. T.M.D.S Data0+

    3. T.M.D.S Data2 Shield 11. T.M.D.S Data1 Shield 19. T.M.D.S Data0/5 Shield

    4. No connector 12. No connector 20. No connector

    5. No connector 13. No connector 21. No connector

    6. DDC Clock 14. +5V Power 22. T.M.D.S Clock Shield

    7. DDC Data 15. Ground (for +5V) 23. T.M.D.S Clock+

    8. No connector 16. Hot Plug Detection 24. T.M.D.S Clock-

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    4.2 Factory Preset Display Modes

    4.3 Pixel Defect Policy

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    4.4 Failure Mode Of Panel

    

    Failure description

    Phenomenon

    Vertical block defect

    Vertical dim lines

    Vertical lines defect

    (Always bri

    g

    ht or dark)

    Horizontal block defect

    Horizontal dim lines

    Horizontal lines defect

    (Always bri

    g

    ht or dark)

    Has bri

    g

    ht or dark pixel

    Polarizer has bubbles

    Polarizer has bubbles

    Foreign material inside

    polarizer. It shows liner or

    dot shape.

    Concentric circle formed

    Bottom back light of LCD is

    brighter than normal

    Back light un-uniformity

    Backli

    g

    ht has forei

    g

    n material.

    Black or white color, liner or

    circular type

    Quick reference for failure mode of LCD panel

    this pa

    g

    e presents problems that could be made by LCD panel.

    It is not necessary to repair circuit board. Simply follow the mechanical

    instruction on this manual to eliminate failure by replace LCD panel.

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    5. Block Diagram

    5.1 Software Flow Chat

    1

    2

    N

    Y

    5

    Y

    N

    10

    Y

    N

    12

    Y

    N

    7

    Y

    N

    6

    4

    3

    8

    9

    14

    11

    13

    Y

    N

    15

    Y

    N

    16

    17

    19

    Y

    N

    18

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    1) MCU initialize.

    2) Is the EPROM blank?

    3) Program the EPROM by default values.

    4) Get the PWM value of brightness from EPROM.

    5) Is the power key pressed?

    6) Clear all global flags.

    7) Are the AUTO and SELECT keys pressed?

    8) Enter factory mode.

    9) Save the power key status into EPROM.

    Turn on the LED and set it to green color.

    Scalar initializes.

    10) In standby mode?

    11) Update the lifetime of back light.

    12) Check the analog port, are there any signals coming?

    13) Does the scalar send out an interrupt request?

    14) Wake up the scalar.

    15) Are there any signals coming from analog port?

    16) Display "No connection Check Signal Cable" message. And go into standby mode after the message

    disappear.

    17) Program the scalar to be able to show the coming mode.

    18) Process the OSD display.

    19) Read the keyboard. Is the power key pressed?

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    5.2 Electrical Block Diagram

    5.2.1 Main Board

    Panel Interface

    (CN402)

    Crystal

    12.000MHZ

    (X201)

    Keypad Interface

    (CN407)

    Scalar NT68665MFG

    (Include MCU, ADC, OSD)

    (U203)

    D-Sub

    Connector

    (CN101)

    RGB

    H sync

    V sync

    VGA_SDA,

    VGA SCL

    DVI

    Connector

    (CN102)

    D-Data

    D-Clock

    DVI_SDA,

    DVI_SCL

    EEPROM

    M24C16

    (U204)

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    5.2.2 Inverter/Power Board

    DIM

    EMI filter

    Start Circuit: R905

    Transformer

    AC input

    12V

    ON/OFF

    Control

    Transformer MOSFET

    Lamp

    ON/OFF

    5V

    Bridge

    Rectifier

    and Filter

    Feedback

    Circuit

    Rectifier

    diodes

    CN902

    Output

    Circui

    t

    PWM

    Control IC

    (IC801)

    Over Voltage

    Feedback

    Circui

    t

    PWM Control IC

    (IC901)

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    6. Schematic

    6.1 Main Board

    715G2561-1

    1

    1

    2

    2

    3

    3

    4

    4

    5

    5

    6

    6

    7

    7

    8

    8

    9

    9

    10

    10

    11

    11

    A A

    B B

    C C

    D D

    E E

    F F

    G G

    H H

    EXT_EDID

    U101

    U102

    24C02

    24C02 NC

    NC

    INT_EDID

    Q201 NC 3906

    R206 NC 4.7K

    NCD201 BAV70

    FB201 120 NC

    CN101 F3

    CN102 A1

    C101 E4

    C102 A8

    C103 A9

    C104 A10

    C105 A11

    C106 A4

    C107 A5

    C110 B8

    C111 B9

    C112 B10

    C113 B11

    C114 C4

    C115 E3

    C116 C8

    C117 C9

    C118 C10

    C121 E6

    C122 F6

    C123 F6

    C124 F6

    C125 G6

    C126 G6

    C127 G1

    C128 G1

    C129 G6

    C130 H4

    C131 C7

    C132 C3

    D101 A9

    D102 A6

    D103 A7

    D104 A8

    D105 A10

    D106 B7

    D107 B8

    D108 B9

    D109 B10

    D110 D3

    D111 C8

    D112 C9

    D113 C10

    FB101 A3

    FB102 E4

    FB103 E5

    FB104 F5

    FB105 G2

    FB106 G5

    FB107 A6

    R101 G4

    R102 C7

    R103 A5

    R104 A5

    R105 A4

    R106 A2

    R107 A2

    R108 B3

    R109 B3

    R110 B2

    R111 B2

    R113 B2

    R115 B2

    R116 B2

    R117 C2

    R118 C2

    R120 C4

    R122 C2

    R123 E2

    R124 E2

    R125 E2

    R126 E6

    R127 E2

    R128 E2

    R129 F6

    R131 F6

    R132 F6

    R133 G6

    R134 G1

    R135 G6

    R136 G1

    R138 G6

    R139 G5

    R140 G5

    R141 G2

    R142 G2

    R144 H4

    U101 B5

    U102 E3

    ZD101 G3

    ZD102 C7

    ZD103 A2

    ZD104 B2

    ZD105 F3

    ZD106 G2

    ZD107 G2

    DVI/D-SUB

    RX1MRX2P RX1PRX2M

    RXCPRX0MRX0P RXCM

    GRB

    B

    R

    G

    DDCSDA

    VIN

    DDCSCL

    DDCSCL_D

    RX0P

    RX1P

    RX2P

    RX1M

    DDCSDA_D

    RX0M

    RXCP

    RXCM

    RX2M

    VGA_SDA

    RIN+

    RIN-

    SOG

    GIN+

    GIN-

    BIN+

    BIN-

    VGA_CABLE

    VS

    VGA_SCL

    HS

    DDC_WP

    RX2+ 3

    DVI_SCL 3

    RX2- 3

    RX1- 3

    RX0- 3

    DVI-HPD

    3

    RX0+ 3

    DVI_CABLE 3

    RXC- 3

    DDC_WP3

    RX1+ 3

    DVI_SDA 3

    RXC+ 3

    +5V_ESD

    +5V_ESD

    +5V_ESD

    +5V

    VGA_5V

    VGA_5V

    VGA_VDD

    +5V

    DVI_5V

    DVI_5V

    DVI_VDD

    +5V

    R132 100R 1/16W

    C113

    0.1uF 16V

    R127

    100R 1/16W

    C118

    0.1uF 16V

    R128

    100R 1/16W

    C106

    0.1uF 16V

    C131

    1000pF

    R113 1K 1/16W

    D105

    BAV99

    3

    1

    2

    D111

    BAV99

    3

    1

    2

    C125

    0.047uF

    C102

    0.1uF 16V

    R116 10R 1/16W

    R134 100R 1/16W

    FB105

    0R05 1/8W

    C127330pF 50V

    CN102

    JACK

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    10

    11

    12

    13

    14

    15

    16

    17

    18

    19

    20

    21

    22

    23

    24

    26

    25

    C1

    C2

    C3

    C4

    C5

    RX2-

    RX2+

    GND

    RX4-

    RX4+

    SCL

    SDA

    VS

    RX1-

    RX1+

    GND

    RX3-

    RX3+

    5V

    GND

    HP

    RX0-

    RX0+

    GND

    RX5-

    RX5+

    GND

    RXC+

    RXC-

    26

    25

    RED

    GRN

    BLU

    HS

    GND

    D107

    BAV99

    3

    1

    2

    ZD105

    RLZ5.6B

    R125

    NC

    R117

    10R 1/16W

    R107

    10R 1/16W

    D101

    BAV99

    3

    1

    2

    CN101

    DB15

    1

    6

    2

    7

    3

    8

    4

    9

    5

    11

    12

    13

    14

    15

    10

    1716

    R122

    1K 1/16W

    D112

    BAV99

    3

    1

    2

    C121

    0.047uF

    R129 150ȍ 1/16W

    C132

    470PF 50V

    C111

    0.1uF 16V

    R124

    4K7 1/16W

    C115

    1uF 16V

    C104

    0.1uF 16V

    R118

    10R 1/16W

    C126

    0.047uF

    R108 100R 1/16W

    C122

    0.047uF

    D104

    BAV99

    3

    1

    2

    R139

    75R 1/16W

    D109

    BAV99

    3

    1

    2

    ZD106

    RLZ5.6B

    R103

    4K7 1/16W

    C129

    0.047uF

    FB106

    30 OHM

    1 2

    C114

    0.1uF 16V

    D113

    BAV99

    3

    1

    2

    R144

    1K 1/16W

    ZD107

    RLZ5.6B

    D108

    BAV99

    3

    1

    2

    FB102

    120 OHM

    12

    FB104

    30 OHM

    1 2

    C123

    1000pF

    R105

    NC

    R141

    2K2 1/16W

    D103

    BAV99

    3

    1

    2

    C116

    0.1uF 16V

    C112

    0.1uF 16V

    FB103

    30 OHM

    1 2

    ZD102

    RLZ5.6B

    C117

    0.1uF 16V

    ZD104

    RLZ5.6B

    C105

    0.1uF 16V

    R131

    390R 1/16W

    R126 100R 1/16W

    R140

    75R 1/16W

    U102

    NC

    1

    2

    3

    45

    6

    7

    8

    NC/NC/NC/E0/E0

    NC/NC/E1/E1/E1

    NC/E2/E2/E2/E2

    VSSSDA

    SCL

    WC

    VCC

    C107

    1uF 16V

    R136 100R 1/16W

    R110

    10R 1/16W

    D102

    BAV70

    C128

    33pF

    R123

    4K7 1/16W

    D106

    BAV99

    3

    1

    2

    R138 150ȍ 1/16W

    ZD101

    RLZ5.6B

    R120

    1K 1/16W

    R142

    2K2 1/16W

    R109 100R 1/16W

    R111

    10R 1/16W

    R106

    10R 1/16W

    FB107

    120 OHM

    1 2

    R133 150ȍ 1/16W

    R102

    1K 1/16W

    FB101

    120 OHM

    1 2

    ZD103

    RLZ5.6B

    R135 100R 1/16W

    C110

    0.1uF 16V

    R101

    75R 1/16W

    C124

    0.047uF

    C101

    0.1uF 16V

    C103

    0.1uF 16V

    D110

    BAV70

    C130

    0.1uF 16V

    R104

    4K7 1/16W

    R115

    10R 1/16W

    U101

    NC/M24C02-WMN6TP

    1

    2

    3

    45

    6

    7

    8

    NC/NC/NC/E0/E0

    NC/NC/E1/E1/E1

    NC/E2/E2/E2/E2

    VSSSDA

    SCL

    WC

    VCC

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    1

    1

    2

    2

    3

    3

    4

    4

    5

    5

    6

    6

    7

    7

    8

    8

    9

    9

    10

    10

    11

    11

    A A

    B B

    C C

    D D

    E E

    F F

    G G

    H H

    NC 0.1u

    C211 NC 0.1u

    52

    53

    U203

    NONE OD OD

    SMT TYPE

    OPTION(HDCP)

    26

    15

    90

    6

    115

    TO RS232

    SMT TYPE

    17

    NT68665 NT68670

    NCR209 0R

    NCR228 0R

    22R NC

    1

    2

    3

    5

    4

    1

    2

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    NO. PARTS

    INT_EDID MCU POWER

    EXT_EDID MCU POWER

    C212

    modify

    part-

    070102

    modify

    parts

    1/18

    modify

    parts

    1/18

    R218

    VGA cable

    detect(high to

    low)

    DVI cable

    detect(high to

    low)

    (for flash )

    what's the use of

    5V_detect here?

    CN202

    G2

    C201 F5

    C202 F8

    C203 B3

    C204 B3

    C205 B3

    C206 C3

    C207 C3

    C208 C3

    C209 D2

    C210 D2

    C211 D9

    C212 D4

    C213 E2

    C214 E9

    C215 E9

    C216 E4

    C219 E4

    C220 E5

    C222 F2

    D201 B4

    FB201 C2

    FB202 A2

    FB203 B2

    FB204 B2

    FB205 C2

    FB206 D2

    FB207 D9

    Q201 B4

    R201 E5

    R202 C3

    R205 F8

    R206 B4

    R207 E9

    R209 D9

    R210 B6

    R211 B6

    R213 E2

    R214 E4

    R215 E3

    R218 E5

    R219 E9

    R220 E9

    R221 F6

    R223 F3

    R224 F3

    R225 F5

    R228 F8

    R229 F3

    R230 F3

    R231 F2

    R232 F3

    R233 B4

    R234 C4

    U201 F2

    U203 C5

    U204 E2

    X201 E5

    ZD201 C3

    MCU+SCALER

    TCLK

    IICSCL

    24C16_WP

    RX

    VSO

    VSO

    HSO

    IICSDA

    HSO

    H_SDA

    RX

    TX

    IRQN

    IRQN

    TCLK

    IICSCL

    IICSDA

    24C16_WP

    TX

    H_SCL

    H_SDA

    H_SCL

    5V_DECT

    5V_DECT

    DDC_WP

    PANEL_PWR

    VGA_CABLE

    RX2+

    RXC+

    HS

    RX2-

    GIN-

    RX1-

    RIN-

    VS

    DDC_WP

    RIN+

    BIN+

    BRIGHTNESS

    DVI_SCL

    RX0-

    KEY_PWR

    DVI_SDA

    VGA_SCL

    RX1+

    SOG

    LED_B/G

    DVI-HPD

    KEY1

    RX0+

    LED_R

    LF_LED

    VGA_SDA

    GIN+

    VOLUME

    KEY2

    RXC-

    PANEL_IDX

    BIN-

    DVI_CABLE

    T7P

    T6M

    T6P

    T7M

    TCLK2P

    T0M

    TCLK1M

    T4P

    T1M

    T2M

    T5P

    T3P

    T5M

    T2P

    TCLK2M

    T4M

    TCLK1P

    T1P

    T0P

    T3M

    AUDIO_STDBY

    LIGHT_SEN

    BL_CONTROL

    MCU_VDD

    CVDD18

    CVDD18

    MCU_VDD

    DVDD

    AVCC

    +1.8VCC

    MCU_VDD

    +1.8VCC

    +5V

    PVCC

    DVDD

    MCU_VDD

    MCU_VDD

    ADC_VAA

    DVDD

    +3.3VCC

    AVCC

    CVDD18

    ADC_VAA

    DVDD

    AVCC

    PVCC

    CVDD18

    DVI_VDD

    VGA_VDD

    MCU_VDD

    MCU_VDD

    MCU_VDD

    +5V

    MCU_VDD

    CVDD18

    R224

    NC

    C206

    0.1uF 16V

    FB204

    120 OHM

    1 2

    R229

    NC

    R225

    100R 1/16W

    C222

    NC

    C209

    0.1uF 16V

    R233

    NC

    R230

    NC

    R202

    10K 1/16W

    C212

    NC

    R223

    NC

    C220

    22pF

    FB203

    120 OHM

    1 2

    U201

    NC

    4

    8

    5

    6

    1

    2

    3

    7

    GND

    VCC

    SDA

    SCL

    A0

    A1

    A2

    WP

    R215

    4K7 1/16W

    C204

    0.1uF 16V

    R206

    4K7 1/16W

    R220

    100R 1/16W

    FB202

    120OHM

    1 2

    R219

    NC

    C207

    0.1uF 16V

    R228

    0R05 1/16W

    C201

    0.1uF 16V

    C216

    0.1uF 16V

    ZD201

    RLZ2.2B

    R213

    4K7 1/16W

    C211

    NC

    R207

    NC

    C219

    22pF

    R205

    NC

    R214

    4K7 1/16W

    +

    C214

    100uF/16V

    R201

    1M 1/16W

    U204

    M24C16

    1

    2

    3

    4 5

    6

    7

    8

    NC

    NC

    NC

    VSS SDA

    SCL

    WC

    VCC

    FB201

    NC

    1 2

    FB205

    120 OHM

    1 2

    R231

    NC/4K7 1/16W

    C208

    0.1uF 16V

    R209

    NC

    C205

    0.1uF 16V

    C213

    1uF 16V

    U203

    NT68665MFG-128

    39

    46

    47

    50

    51

    52

    53

    54

    40

    48

    49

    17

    18

    19

    20

    21

    22

    23

    24

    25

    26

    27

    28

    29

    30

    31

    32

    33

    34

    35

    36

    37

    38

    6

    7

    8

    9

    11

    12

    69

    70

    71

    72

    78

    79

    111

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    10

    13

    14

    16

    15

    41

    42

    43

    44

    45

    65

    66

    67

    68

    89

    90

    91

    92

    101

    103

    102

    104

    110

    109

    108

    107

    106

    105

    117

    116

    115

    114

    113

    112

    118

    119

    120

    121

    122

    124

    123

    126

    125

    128

    127

    55

    56

    57

    58

    59

    60

    61

    62

    63

    64

    73

    74

    75

    76

    77

    80

    81

    82

    84

    83

    85

    86

    87

    88

    94

    93

    96

    95

    98

    97

    100

    99

    PA6*/PWM8*

    PB5*/DDC_SDA0

    PB4*/DDC_SCL0

    SCL/P34

    IRQn

    CVDD

    DVDD

    RSBA1P/V0

    PA7*/PWM9*

    RSTn/PD5

    SDA/P35

    PVCC

    PGND

    BIN1+

    BIN1-

    SOG1I

    GIN1+

    GIN1-

    RIN1+

    RIN1-

    ADC_VAA

    ADC_GNDA

    PC2

    PD6

    PB3/ADC3/INT1

    P31/TXD

    P30/RXD

    PB2/ADC2/INT0

    PB7*/DDC_SDA1

    PB6*/DDC_SCL1

    PA3/PWM5

    PA4*/PWM6*

    PA5*/PWM7*

    AVCC

    RX1+

    RX1-

    AGND

    RX0-

    AGND

    RSGA2M/T7M

    RSGA3P/TCLK2P

    RSGA3M/TCLK2M

    RSRA1P/T6P/RSBB0P

    DGND/CGND

    RSBB1P/T3P

    AD0/GPO2

    RSTB

    MCU_VCC

    MCU_GND

    RX2+

    RX2-

    RX0+

    RXC+

    RXC-

    REXT

    AVCC

    HSYNCI1

    TOUTP/VSYNCI1

    PLL_GND

    TCLK

    PLL_VDD

    PA0/PWM2

    PA2/PWM4

    PA1/PWM3

    RSGA2P/T7P

    SP

    DVDD

    RSGB2P

    RSGB2M

    DGND/CGND

    PC7

    PC6

    PD0

    GPO1

    NC/(HSYNCI)

    PD4

    PD3

    PD2

    PD1

    PWMA/GPO7

    GPO6

    CVDD

    INT_HSO/GPO5

    INT_VSO/GPO4

    AD1/GPO3

    PWMB/GPO8

    NC/(VSYNCI)

    PC0*

    PC1*

    PC3/PWM0

    PC5

    PC4/PWM1

    PB0/ADC0

    PB1/ADC1

    OSCO

    OSCI

    RSBA1M/V1

    RSBA2P/V2

    RSBA2M/V3

    RSBA3P/V4

    RSBA3M/V5

    RSCLKAP/V6

    RSCLKAM/V7

    RSGA1P/VCKI

    RSGA1M

    CGND/DGND

    RSRA1M/T6M/RSBB0M

    RSRA2P/T5P/RSGB0P

    RSRA2M/T5M/RSGB0M

    RSRA3P/T4P/RSRB0P

    RSRA3M/T4M/RSRB0M

    RSBB1M/T3M

    RSBB2P/TCLK1P

    RSBB2M/TCLK1M

    RSBB3M/T2M

    RSBB3P/T2P

    RSCLKBP/T1P

    RSCLKBM/T1M

    RSGB1P/T0P

    RSGB1M/T0M

    RSGB3M

    RSGB3P

    RSRB1M

    RSRB1P

    RSRB2M

    RSRB2P

    RSRB3M

    RSRB3P

    R221

    470R 1/16W

    FB207

    1000OHM

    1 2

    R210

    NC

    C203

    0.1uF 16V

    CN202

    NC

    1

    2

    3

    4

    R218

    22R 1/16W

    R234

    220R 1/16W

    C210

    0.1uF 16V

    D201

    BAV70

    Q201

    2N3906S-RTK/PS

    FB206

    120OHM

    1 2

    C215

    0.1uF 16V

    X201

    12MHz

    1 2

    C202

    NC

    R232

    NC/0R05 1/16W

    R211

    0R05 1/16W

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    7

    8

    8

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    9

    10

    10

    11

    11

    A A

    B B

    C C

    D D

    E E

    F F

    G G

    H H

    modify

    1/8

    CN301

    D1

    C301 B7

    C302 A3

    C303 A4

    C304 B3

    C305 B7

    C306 B9

    C307 B8

    C308 B2

    C309 E7

    C310 E9

    C311 E7

    C312 E9

    C315 D3

    C316 E1

    C317 D3

    D301 E6

    FB302 B4

    FB303 D2

    Q301 B2

    Q302 B3

    Q305 E4

    R301 E4

    R302 A4

    R303 A4

    R304 B1

    R305 B2

    R307 B2

    R308 B2

    R309 D1

    R311 D4

    R312 D5

    R314 D3

    R316 E4

    U301 B8

    U302 D8

    U303 A8

    U304 D8

    DC-DC

    BL_CONTROL

    BRIGHTNESS

    PANEL_PWR

    PANEL_IDX

    +1.8VCC

    +3.3VCC

    +3.3VCC

    +12V

    +5V

    PANEL_VCC

    +5V

    +5V

    +3.3VCC

    +5V

    +5V

    FB303

    120ȍ

    +

    C306

    100uF/16V

    R308 4K7 1/16W

    C317

    0.1uF 16V

    +

    C309

    100uF/16V

    C308

    1uF 16V

    R304

    10K 1/16W

    U303

    NC

    3 2

    1

    VI VO

    GND

    R311

    1K 1/16W

    C316

    0.1uF/25V

    C304

    1uF 16V

    R316 4K7 1/16W

    Q305

    2N3904S-RTK/PS

    U302

    NC

    1

    2

    3

    ADJ/GND

    OUTPUT

    INPUT

    R307

    51Kȍ 1/16W

    C312

    0.1uF 16V

    +

    C302

    10uF/16V

    CN301

    CONN

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    C307

    0.1uF 16V

    Q302

    AO3401

    R312

    1K 1/16W

    D301

    SM340A

    R303

    330ȍ 1/4W

    +

    C310

    100uF/16V

    U304

    AP1117E18LA

    3 2

    1

    VI VO

    GND

    C311

    0.1uF 16V

    Q301

    2N3904S-RTK/PS

    C303

    0.1uF 16V

    +

    C305

    100uF/16V

    FB302

    120ȍ

    R305

    10K 1/16W

    R301

    1K 1/16W

    R309

    100R 1/16W

    +

    C315

    100uF/16V

    R302

    330ȍ 1/4W

    U301

    AP1117D33LA

    1

    2

    3

    ADJ(GND)

    VOUT

    VIN

    C301

    0.1uF 16V

    R314

    4K7 1/16W

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    7

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    8

    9

    9

    10

    10

    11

    11

    A A

    B B

    C C

    D D

    E E

    F F

    G G

    H H

    LVDS OUTPUT

    OPTION(AUDIO CONTROL)

    Menu/Up/Down key

    Auto/Left/Right key

    modify

    1/18

    CN401 B4

    CN402 A4

    CN403 F2

    CN404 E6

    CN405 F5

    CN406

    D1

    CN407

    D4

    C401 F8

    C402 B7

    C403 C7

    C404 C7

    C405 C2

    C406 D8

    C407 E8

    FB401 F7

    FB403 E3

    Q402 D8

    Q403 E8

    Q404 E8

    R402 B9

    R403 B9

    R404 E4

    R407 B8

    R410 C8

    R411 C2

    R412 C8

    R413 C3

    R414 C3

    R415 D9

    R416 D7

    R417 E9

    R418 E7

    R421 E3

    R423 E9

    R424 E8

    R430 C2

    R431 E5

    R432 E4

    R433 D2

    R434 F2

    R435 F2

    R436 E2

    R437 D2

    R438 D2

    CONNECTOR

    T3P

    T0P

    TCLK1M

    T4M

    T1M

    T4P

    T7P

    T5M

    T6M

    TCLK1P

    T7M

    T1P

    T3M

    T2M

    TCLK2M

    T0M

    T6P

    T2P

    T5P

    TCLK2P

    EAR-L

    EAR-R

    LED_O

    KEY1_PAD

    KEY2_PAD

    POWER

    LED_G

    LIGHT_SEN

    OUT-L+

    OUT-L-

    5V_FB

    LF_B

    LED_O

    KEY1_PAD

    5V_FB

    POWER

    LED_G

    KEY2_PAD

    LF_B

    LED_G

    KEY1_PAD

    LED_O

    POWER

    LF_B

    KEY2_PAD

    OUT-L+

    LED_G

    LF_B

    LED_O

    KEY1_PAD

    KEY2_PAD

    POWER

    EAR-R

    OUT-R+

    OUT-R-

    EAR-L

    EAR-SENSE

    OUT-L-

    LED_R

    LED_B/G

    KEY1

    KEY2

    KEY_PWR

    T1P

    T2M

    T6P

    T2P

    T1M

    T5M

    T7P

    T0M

    T7M

    TCLK2P

    T0P

    T6M

    T3M

    TCLK1M

    T4M

    T3P

    T4P

    T5P

    TCLK1P

    TCLK2M

    BRIGHTNESS

    LF_LED

    VOLUME

    AUDIO_STDBY

    LIGHT_SEN

    +3.3VCC

    +3.3VCC

    +3.3VCC

    +5V

    PANEL_VCC

    +3.3VCC

    +12V

    +5V

    +3.3VCC

    +5V

    R404

    NC

    R424 NC

    CN401

    NC/CONN

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    10

    11

    12

    13

    FB401

    NC

    1 2

    R407

    100R 1/16W

    R415 10K 1/16W

    R435

    NC

    C403

    0.1uF 16V

    R436

    NC

    R421

    NC/10K 1/16W

    R413

    NC

    R410

    100R 1/16W

    C407

    0.1uF 16V

    CN407

    CONN

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    Q402

    2N3906S-RTK/PS

    R431

    NC

    C402

    0.1uF 16V

    R403

    3.9Kȍ 1/16W

    R430

    NC

    R417 10K 1/16W

    C401

    NC

    CN403

    NC

    2

    4

    6

    8

    10

    12

    1

    3

    5

    7

    9

    11

    CN405

    NC

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    R438

    NC

    R411

    NC

    R416 100R 1/16W

    R423 NC

    R434

    NC

    R433

    NC

    FB403

    NC

    1 2

    C404

    0.1uF 16V

    CN404

    NC

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    R418 100R 1/16W

    CN406

    NC

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    C405

    0.1uF 16V

    CN402

    CONN

    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

    29

    30

    Q404

    NC

    R402

    3.9Kȍ 1/16W

    R432

    NC/0R05 1/16W

    C406

    0.1uF 16V

    Q403

    2N3906S-RTK/PS

    R414

    NC

    R412 1K 1/16W

    R437

    NC

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    6.2 Power Board

    715G2594-1

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    7

    8

    8

    9

    9

    10

    10

    A A

    B B

    C C

    D D

    E E

    F F

    12V

    CHANGE 13X20mm

    F903

    JUMPER

    BD901 A1 CN901 E1

    CN902 C8 C900 E4

    C901 B2 C902 B2

    C903 B2 C904 B8

    C907 B2 C909 D1

    C910 B4 C911 B3

    C912 B2 C913 D3

    C914 D2 C915 F4

    C916 B2 C920 A6

    C921 C6 C922 B6

    C923 B6 C924 B7

    C925 B7 C926 C6

    C927 C8 C928 E6

    C929 E7 C930 D9

    C931 D8 D900 B4

    D901 B4 D910 C3

    D911 E4 D915 D6

    D916 D6 D920 A6

    D921 B5 D922 C6

    FB901 C4 FB902 E5

    FB903 A2 F901 E2

    F902 A9 F903 C9

    GND1 E2 GND2 E3

    HS1 F2 HS5 F3

    IC901 C3 IC902 D5

    IC903 E5 L901 C1

    L902 B1 L921 A7

    L922 B7 NR901 D2

    Q900 C4 Q902 B8

    Q910 E4 R900 D1

    R901 D1 R902 D2

    R903 B9 R905 B3

    R907 B8 R908 B9

    R909 B4 R910 C4

    R911 C2 R912 C3

    R913 D4 R915 C4

    R916 D4 R922 D6

    R923 E7 R924 D7

    R925 D6 R926 E8

    R927 E6 R928 E6

    R929 E7 R930 E7

    R931 B8 R951 A6

    R952 A6 R953 A6

    R954 C5 R955 C5

    R956 C5 S1 A1

    S2 B1 S3 B2

    S4 C2 S5 C1

    S6 D1 S7 D2

    S8 E2 S9 E1

    S10 B2 S11 A5

    S12 C4 S13 D5

    S16 E4 S17 B3

    S19 C1 S20 D2

    S21 D1 T901 B5

    VAR901 B1 ZD901 C3

    ZD902 D4 ZD920 B9

    ZD921 D6 ZD922 D6

    POWER

    +12V

    +5V

    ON/OFF

    DIM

    +5V

    R900

    330K 1/4W

    HS1

    HEAT SINK(Q900)

    1

    2

    C931

    0.1uF 50V

    C900

    2200PF

    C902

    1000pF

    R956 47 1/4W

    ǂ

    R922

    330R 1/8W

    R915

    10K 1/8W

    L921

    3.5uH

    !

    GND1

    GND

    1

    2

    R954 47 1/4W

    ǂ

    C903

    1000PF

    F902

    0R05 1/4W

    !

    -

    +

    BD901

    KBP208G

    2

    1

    3

    4

    R909

    100K 2W

    ǂ

    C904

    0.001uF 50V

    IC902

    PC123X2YFZOF

    12

    43

    ZD902

    NC

    1 2

    R930

    1K 1/8W

    FB901

    BEAD

    12

    ZD921

    RLZ13B

    1 2

    Q900

    STP10NK70ZFP

    FB902

    Jumper

    1 2

    ZD922

    RLZ5.1B

    1 2

    !

    CN901

    SOCKET

    12

    3

    D920

    SBT150-10LST

    1

    2

    3

    D915

    LL4148WP

    CN902

    CONNECTOR

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    10

    !

    R95147 1/4W

    ǂ

    IC901

    LD7575PS

    1

    2

    3

    4 5

    6

    7

    8

    RT

    COMP

    CS

    GNDOUT

    VCC

    NC

    HV

    ZD901

    NC

    1 2

    D901

    UF4003PT

    R95347 1/4W

    ǂ

    L901

    4.0mH

    1

    2

    4

    3

    Q902

    PMBS3904

    C920

    0.001uF/500V

    C930

    0.1uF 50V

    L902

    L

    1

    4

    2

    3

    !

    D922

    31DQ06FC3

    !

    +

    C911

    22uF/50V

    D916

    LL4148WP

    +

    C922

    680uF/25V

    GND2

    GND

    1

    2

    D910 LL4148WP

    R95247 1/4W

    ǂ

    D911

    NC

    C910

    1500PF/2KV

    +

    C924

    NC

    D900

    BA159GPT

    !

    R901

    330K 1/4W

    !

    !

    R903

    1K 1/8W

    ǂ

    C929

    0.1uF 50V

    R924

    3K6 1/8W

    !

    C901

    1000pF

    R926

    33K 1/8W

    VAR901

    NC

    !

    C912

    0.1uF 50V

    +

    C907

    100uF/450V

    !

    T901

    80GL17T-33-N2

    4

    7

    9

    5

    6

    4

    6

    11

    10

    8

    12

    1

    3

    F901

    FUSE

    R902

    330K 1/4W

    !

    NR901

    NTCR

    R910

    2.2 1/4W

    ǂ

    C916

    0.1uF 50V

    R929

    2.4K 1/8W

    ǂ

    ZD920

    RLZ13B

    1 2

    Q910

    NC

    +

    C923

    680uF/25V

    C913

    220pF 50V

    C928

    0.1uF 50V

    C914

    470pF/25V

    !

    C915

    NC

    +

    C925

    470uF/25V

    R931

    10K 1/4W

    ǂ

    !

    R911

    100K 1/8W

    ǂ

    R925

    1K 1/8W

    !

    R916

    0.43 2W

    ǂ

    +

    C927

    470uF/16V

    R955 47 1/4W

    ǂ

    +

    C926

    1000uF/16V

    D921

    NC

    1

    2

    3

    IC903

    KIA431A-AT/P

    R912

    10R 1/4W

    C921

    0.001uF/500V

    L922

    3.5uH

    R913

    1K 1/8W

    !

    C909 0.47uF

    HS5

    HEAT SINK(D920)

    1

    2

    R923

    10K 1/8W

    R927

    1K 1/8W

    R928

    1K 1/8W

    R908

    470 1/8W

    FB903

    BEAD

    12

    R905

    10K 1/4W

    ǂ

    R907

    150 1W

    ǂ

    !

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    HUDSON 8

    1

    1

    2

    2

    3

    3

    4

    4

    5

    5

    6

    6

    7

    7

    8

    8

    9

    9

    10

    10

    A A

    B B

    C C

    D D

    E E

    F F

    CHANGE UPDATE

    CN801 A10 CN802 A10 CN803 D10

    CN804 E10 C801 A8 C802 A2

    C803 B7 C804 B4 C805 B7

    C806 C3 C807 C3 C808 C2

    C809 D3 C810 D6 C811 E7

    C812 D8 C813 E3 C814 E1

    C815 E3 C816 D7 C817 E3

    C818 E3 C819 B2 C820 D4

    C821 B6 C822 E7 C823 B7

    C824 E7 D801 B8 D802 B9

    D803 B3 D806 D2 D807 D1

    D808 E2 D809 E8 D810 E9

    D811 C2 D812 C3 D813 B5

    IC801 C4 L801 A9 L802 D9

    PT801 A7 PT802 D7 Q801 A3

    Q802 A2 Q803 B2 Q804 B6

    Q805 C6 Q806 C7 Q807 D4

    Q808 D1 Q809 E6 Q810 C6

    Q811 C7 Q812 B5 R801 A9

    R802 A3 R803 B5 R804 A9

    R805 A5 R806 A8 R807 A9

    R808 A2 R809 A2 R810 A6

    R811 B8 R812 B9 R813 B2

    R814 B4 R815 B3 R816 B2

    R817 B3 R818 C3 R819 C3

    R820 C2 R821 C2 R822 C3

    R823 C3 R824 C3 R825 D4

    R826 D4 R827 D1 R828 D2

    R829 D3 R830 D9 R831 D3

    R832 D9 R833 D3 R834 E8

    R835 E9 R836 E1 R837 D7

    R838 E3 R839 E8 R840 E3

    R841 E9 R842 C4 R843 D4

    R844 C6 R845 C6 R846 C7

    R847 C7 R848 D6 R849 D7

    R850 A6 R851 E7 R852 D5

    R853 C5 S14 A8 S15 D8

    INVERTER

    OLP1 OLP2

    FB

    FB

    OLP1

    OLP3

    OLP4

    OLP2

    OLP4

    FB

    OLP3

    +12V

    ON/OFF

    DIM

    DTC

    DTC

    C824

    0.1uF/25V

    PT802

    POWER X'FMR

    6

    3

    7

    4

    81

    +

    C805

    470uF/25V

    R813

    100 1/10W 5%

    PT801

    POWER X'FMR

    6

    3

    7

    4

    81

    R803

    2.4K 1/10W

    ǂ

    R825 51K 1% 1/8W

    ǂ

    R850

    15 1/4W

    ǂ

    R827

    1K 1/10W 1%

    R838

    10K 1/10W 1%

    C813

    0.0022uF

    D812

    LL4148WP

    C817

    0.0022uF

    D806

    BAW56

    3

    1

    2

    C

    B

    E

    R823

    10K 1/10W

    Q803

    PMBS3904

    R829

    68K 1% 1/10W

    ǂ

    R840

    10K 1/10W 1%

    C801

    10pF/3KV

    R806

    1K 1/10W 1%

    C804

    0.1uF/16V

    D809

    BAV99

    3

    1

    2

    R817

    NC

    Q809

    AM9945N-T1-PF

    1

    2

    3

    4

    8

    7

    6

    5

    S

    G

    S

    G

    D

    D

    D

    D

    R839

    1K 1/10W 1%

    C806

    1uF/16V

    CN803

    CONN

    1

    2

    L802

    NC

    1

    4

    2

    3

    D811

    LL4148WP

    Q812

    RK7002

    R807

    1K 1/10W 1%

    R802

    100R 1/8W 5%

    D808

    BAW56

    3

    1

    2

    C

    B

    E

    C802

    1uF 16V

    R808

    10K 1/10W 1%

    R815

    47K 1/10W 1%

    R844

    22R 1/10W 5%

    R810

    15 1/4W

    ǂ

    Q805

    PMBS3906

    C820

    NC

    R822 47K 1/10W 1%

    R824

    10K 1/10W 1%

    CN801

    CONN

    1

    2

    R818

    NC

    D803

    LL4148WP

    R834

    1K 1/10W 1%

    C809 220pF

    R814

    75K 1/10W 1%

    D801

    BAV99

    3

    1

    2

    C818

    0.0022uF

    R812

    1K 1/10W 1%

    R847

    22R 1/10W 5%

    R837

    15 1/4W

    ǂ

    C819

    NC

    +

    C811

    470uF/25V

    !

    Q810

    PMBS3904

    C816

    1500PF/50V

    R835

    1K 1/10W 1%

    Q811

    PMBS3904

    !

    R830 0R05 1/10W 5%

    D802

    BAV99

    3

    1

    2

    Q807

    PMBS3904

    R846

    22R 1/10W 5%

    R819

    10K 1/10W 1%

    Q804

    AM9945N-T1-PF

    1

    2

    3

    4

    8

    7

    6

    5

    S

    G

    S

    G

    D

    D

    D

    D

    ZD801

    10K 1/4W 5%

    1 2

    C807

    0.1uF/16V

    L801

    NC

    1

    4

    2

    3

    C822

    1500PF/50V

    R832 0R05 1/10W 5%

    R804 0R05 1/10W 5%

    R841

    1K 1/10W 1%

    R821 1M 1/10W 5%

    R826

    180K 1% 1/8W

    ǂ

    R816

    68K 1% 1/10W

    ǂ

    R853

    10K 1/10W 1%

    R828

    47K 1/10W 1%

    IC801

    TL494IDR

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8 9

    10

    11

    12

    13

    14

    15

    16

    1IN+

    1IN-

    FEEDBACK

    DTC

    CT

    RT

    GND

    C1 E1

    E2

    C2

    VCC

    OUTPUT CTRL

    REF

    2IN-

    2IN+

    CN804

    CONN

    1

    2

    D813

    LL4148WP

    R820

    560K 1/10W 5%

    ǂ

    R842

    47K 1/10W 1%

    C812

    10pF/3KV

    Q808

    RK7002

    Q801

    PDTA144WK

    R851

    15 1/4W

    ǂ

    R849

    1K 1/10W 1%

    C808 2.2uF/16V

    Q802

    PDTC144WK

    R809

    NC

    R852

    10K 1/10W 1%

    D807

    LL4148WP

    D810

    BAV99

    3

    1

    2

    C821

    1500PF/50V

    C814

    0.1uF/16V

    R811

    1K 1/10W 1%

    Q806

    PMBS3906

    R831

    10K 1/10W 1%

    R843 NC

    C823

    0.1uF/25V

    R845

    22R 1/10W 5%

    R801 0R05 1/10W 5%

    C803

    1500PF/50V

    CN802

    CONN

    1

    2

    C810

    0.1uF/25V

    R836

    1M 1/10W 5%

    R833

    10K 1/10W 1%

    C815

    0.0022uF

    R805

    4.7K 1/10W 5%

    R848

    1K 1/10W 1%

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    HUDSON 8

    6.3 Key Board

    715G1755-2

    1

    1

    2

    2

    3

    3

    4

    4

    5

    5

    6

    6

    7

    7

    8

    8

    A A

    B B

    C C

    D D

    E E

    KEY-BRIGHTNESS

    KEY-MENU/ENTERKEY-SOURCE

    KEY-SMART IMAGE

    KEY-VOLUME

    KEY-AUTO/BACK

    KEY-LIGHT FRAME

    KEY-POWER

    KEY2

    add on Mar.-31-07

    CN101 B1

    C101 B1

    C102 B2

    C103 B2

    C104 B2

    C105 B3

    LED1 C1

    R100 B5

    R101 B2

    R102 B6

    R103 B5

    R104 B5

    R105 C4

    R106 C3

    R107 C3

    R108 C3

    R109 C4

    SW1 C6

    SW2 C5

    SW3 C5

    SW4 C4

    SW5 C4

    SW6 C3

    SW7 C3

    SW8 C3

    LED-O

    LED-G

    K-PWR

    KEY2

    K-PWR

    LED-G

    LED-O

    KEY1

    KEY1

    R103

    910ȍ 1/10W

    SW1

    SW

    21

    3 4

    5

    C103

    0.01uF

    R108

    2.4Kȍ 1/10W

    R109

    0R05 1/10W 5%

    C104

    0.01uF

    SW8

    SW

    21

    3 4

    5

    LED1

    LED

    1

    3

    2

    R100

    0R05 1/8W

    C102

    0.01uF

    C101

    0.01uF

    C105

    0.01uF

    R106

    4K3 1/10W

    R101

    100R 1/10W 5%

    R107

    910ȍ 1/10W

    R102

    4K3 1/10W

    SW5

    SW

    21

    3 4

    5

    SW4

    SW

    21

    3 4

    5

    R104

    2.4Kȍ 1/10W

    SW3

    SW

    21

    3 4

    5

    SW6

    SW

    21

    3 4

    5

    SW2

    SW

    21

    3 4

    5

    R105

    NC

    CN101

    CONN

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    SW7

    SW

    21

    3 4

    5

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    HUDSON 8

    7. PCB Layout

    7.1 Main Board

    715G2561-1

    C101 B3 C215 B3 D105 C1 Q301 A3 R144 C2 R410 B1

    C102 C1 C216 A1 D106 C2 Q302 A3 R201 B2 R411 A3

    C103 C1 C219 B2 D107 C2 Q305 A1 R202 A2 R412 B1

    C104 B1 C220 B2 D108 C2 Q402 B2 R205 A1 R413 A3

    C105 C2 C222 B3 D109 C2 Q403 B2 R206 B3 R414 A3

    C106 C2 C301 B2 D110 B3 Q404 B1 R207 B3 R415 B2

    C107 C2 C302 A3 D111 C3 R101 C3 R209 B3 R416 B2

    C110 B1 C303 A3 D112 C3 R102 C1 R210 A2 R417 B2

    C111 B2 C304 A3 D113 C2 R103 C2 R211 A2 R418 B1

    C112 B2 C305 B2 D201 B3 R104 C2 R213 B3 R421 B2

    C113 C2 C306 B1 D301 A2 R105 C2 R214 B2 R423 B1

    C114 B2 C307 B1 FB101 C2 R106 C1 R215 B3 R424 B1

    C115 C3 C308 A3 FB102 B3 R107 C1 R218 B2 R430 A3

    C116 C3 C309 A2 FB103 C3 R108 C2 R219 B3 R431 B1

    C117 C3 C310 A2 FB104 C3 R109 B2 R220 A1 R432 A1

    C118 C2 C311 A2 FB105 C3 R110 B1 R221 B2 R433 A1

    C121 B3 C312 A2 FB106 C2 R111 B1 R223 B3 R434 B1

    C122 B3 C315 A1 FB107 C1 R113 C2 R224 A3 R435 B1

    C123 B2 C316 A1 FB201 B3 R115 C2 R225 B2 R436 B1

    C124 B3 C317 A1 FB202 B3 R116 C2 R228 B3 R437 A1

    C125 B3 C401 B1 FB203 B3 R117 B2 R229 B3 R438 A1

    C126 B2 C402 B1 FB204 B2 R118 B2 R230 B3 R439 B1

    C127 B3 C403 B1 FB205 B2 R120 B2 R231 B3 U101 B2

    C128 C3 C404 B1 FB206 B2 R122 C2 R232 B3 U102 B3

    C129 B2 C405 A3 FB207 B3 R123 B3 R233 B3 U201 B3

    C130 C2 C406 B2 FB302 A3 R124 B3 R234 B2 U203 B2

    C131 C1 C407 B1 FB303 A1 R125 B3 R301 A1 U204 B3

    C132 C1 CN101 C3 FB401 B1 R126 C3 R302 A3 U301 B1

    C201 B2 CN102 C2 FB403 A1 R127 C3 R303 A3 U302 A2

    C202 A1 CN202 B3 FDT1 B3 R128 C3 R304 A3 U303 B1

    C203 B2 CN301 A2 FDT10 <1 R129 C3 R305 A3 U304 A2

    C204 B3 CN401 B1 FDT11 C8 R131 C2 R307 A3 X201 B2

    C205 B3 CN402 A2 FDT12 <8 R132 C3 R308 A3 ZD101 C3

    C206 B2 CN403 B1 FDT13 C1 R133 C3 R309 A1 ZD102 B1

    C207 B2 CN404 B1 FDT2 A2 R134 C3 R311 A1 ZD103 B2

    C208 B2 CN405 B1 FDT3 A3 R135 C2 R312 A1 ZD104 B2

    C209 B3 CN406 A1 FDT4 C1 R136 C3 R314 A1 ZD105 C3

    C210 B2 CN407 B1 FDT5 C1 R138 C2 R316 A1 ZD106 C3

    C211 A2 D101 C1 FDT6 <1 R139 C3 R402 B1 ZD107 C3

    C212 B2 D102 C2 FDT7 C8 R140 C2 R403 B1 ZD201 B2

    C213 B3 D103 C1 FDT8 <8 R141 C3 R404 A1

    C214 B3 D104 C1 Q201 B3 R142 C3 R407 B1

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    HUDSON 8

    7.2 Power Board

    715G2594-1

    BD901 D4 J802 C2

    C801 A1 J803 B1

    C805 B2 J804 B1

    C811 C2 J805 B2

    C812 D1 J806 B1

    C900 B4 J808 C2

    C901 D3 J809 C2

    C902 D3 J810 C2

    C903 D4 J811 C2

    C907 C4 J812 B2

    C909 D3 J817 C2

    C910 C4 J819 B2

    C911 C3 J901 D3

    C920 B3 J903 C3

    C921 B4 J904 A3

    C922 B3 J905 A3

    C923 B3 J906 A4

    C924 B3 J909 A2

    C925 A3 J910 A2

    C926 B3 L801 B1

    C927 A4 L802 C1

    C932 B4 L901 D3

    CN801 A1 L902 D4

    CN802 A1 L921 A3

    CN803 D1 L922 A4

    CN804 D1 NR901 C2

    CN901 D2 PT801 B1

    CN902 A4 PT802 C2

    D804 B1 Q900 C4

    D805 B1 R907 A3

    D814 C1 R909 C3

    D815 C2 R916 C4

    D900 C3 SG11 C4

    D901 C3 SG12 D2

    D920 A3 SG19 D2

    D921 B4 SG22 D4

    D922 A4 SG25 D4

    F901 D2 SG27 D3

    F903 A4 SG28 C3

    FB901 C4 SG31 D3

    FB902 B4 SG33 A1

    FB903 C4 SG34 A1

    HS10 A3 SG35 A1

    HS13 A3 SG36 A1

    HS14 A2 SG39 A1

    HS16 A2 SG40 D1

    HS17 B4 SG42 D1

    HS20 A8 SG44 D1

    HS28 A7 SG45 D1

    HS29 B1 SG46 C4

    HS31 B4 SG47 C4

    IC902 B3 SG49 C4

    IC903 B3 T901 C3

    J801 B2 VAR901 D3

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    31

    HUDSON 8

    C802 A2 J907 C3 R843 B2

    C803 B1 J908 C3 R844 B2

    C804 B2 Q801 A2 R845 B1

    C806 B2 Q802 A2 R846 B1

    C807 C2 Q803 A2 R847 C2

    C808 B2 Q804 B1 R848 B2

    C809 C2 Q805 B1 R849 B2

    C810 A2 Q806 B1 R850 B2

    C813 B1 Q807 B2 R851 C2

    C814 B2 Q808 B2 R852 B2

    C815 B1 Q809 C1 R853 B2

    C816 C1 Q810 C2 R900 D3

    C817 C1 Q811 B1 R901 D3

    C818 C1 Q812 A2 R902 C2

    C819 A2 Q902 A3 R903 A3

    C820 B2 Q910 C3 R905 C3

    C821 B2 R801 B1 R908 A3

    C822 C2 R802 B2 R910 C3

    C823 B2 R803 A2 R911 C3

    C824 C2 R804 B1 R912 C3

    C904 A3 R805 B2 R913 C3

    C912 C3 R806 B1 R915 C3

    C913 C3 R807 B1 R922 A3

    C914 C3 R808 A2 R923 A2

    C915 C3 R809 A2 R924 A2

    C916 C3 R810 B1 R925 B3

    C928 B3 R811 B1 R926 A3

    C929 B2 R812 B1 R927 B2

    C930 A4 R813 A2 R928 B3

    C931 A4 R814 C2 R929 B2

    D801 B1 R815 B2 R930 B2

    D802 B1 R816 B2 R931 A3

    D803 A2 R817 B2 R951 B3

    D806 B1 R818 B2 R952 B3

    D807 B2 R819 B2 R953 B3

    D808 C1 R820 B2 R954 B4

    D809 C1 R821 B2 R955 B4

    D810 C1 R822 C2 R956 B4

    D811 B2 R823 B2 SG10 C3

    D812 B2 R824 C2 SG15 D3

    D813 B2 R825 B2 SG17 D3

    D910 C3 R826 B2 SG18 D4

    D911 C3 R827 B2 SG20 D4

    D915 A2 R828 B2 SG21 D3

    D916 A2 R829 B2 SG23 D4

    F902 A3 R830 C1 SG24 D3

    HS11 D4 R831 B1 SG26 D4

    HS15 A1 R832 C1 SG29 C3

    HS21 A7 R833 B1 SG30 D3

    HS22 A1 R834 C1 SG32 D3

    IC801 B2 R835 C1 SG37 D2

    IC901 C3 R836 B2 SG38 D2

    J807 C2 R837 C2 ZD801 A2

    J813 C1 R838 C1 ZD901 C3

    J814 C1 R839 C1 ZD902 C4

    J815 C1 R840 C1 ZD920 A3

    J816 B2 R841 C1 ZD921 A2

    J818 A2 R842 C2 ZD922 A2

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    HUDSON 8

    7.3 Key Board

    715G1755-2

    CN101 A1

    LED1 A4

    SW1 A5

    SW2 A5

    SW3 A5

    SW4 A4

    SW5 A4

    SW6 A3

    SW7 A3

    SW8 A3

    GND A2

    C101 A1

    C102 A1

    C103 A4

    C104 A4

    C105 A5

    R100 A4

    R101 A4

    R102 A5

    R103 A5

    R104 A4

    R105 A4

    R106 A3

    R107 A3

    R108 A2

    R109 A4

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    8. Wiring Diagram

    Panel

    Power Board

    Main Board

    Key Board

    CN301 CN402

    CN101

    CN407

    CN102

    CN101

    DVI

    D-SUB

    AC-IN

    CN901

    CN801

    CN802

    CN804

    CN803

    CN902

    Lamp Wire Harness

    Lamp Wire Harness

    Power Wire Harness

    Key Board Wire

    FFC

    Panel Interface

    CN402

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    9. Mechanical Instructions

    1. Back View as Fig1

    Place the monitor face down on a smooth surface as Fig 1. Be careful to avoid scratch and injury during the

    uninstallation.

    Fig1

    2. Remove the cable management as Fig2.

    Fig2

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    3. Remove the base as Fig3~Fig4.

    Fig3

    Fig4

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    4. Remove the stand as Fig5 and Fig6.

    Remove the four screws to remove the stand.

    Fig5

    Fig6

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    5. Remove the hinge cover as Fig7~ Fig8.

    Fig7

    Fig8

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    5. Remove the hinge as Fig9.

    Remove the four screws to remove the hinge as Fig9.

    Fig9

    6. Remove rear cover as Fig10.

    a. Remove 3 screws to remove rear cover as Fig10.

    Fig10

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    b. Insert plastic putty knife into the gap between front bezel and back cover to release 3 snaps on the left, 3 snaps

    on the right and 5 snaps on the top as Fig11 - Fig14

    Fig11

    Fig13

    Fig13

    Insert plastic

    putty knife into

    the gap between

    front bezel and

    back cover

    Front Bezel

    Back cover

    4 snaps on the left

    4 snaps on the right

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    Fig14

    7. Remove shielding as Fig15.

    Remove 9 screws to remove shielding as Fig15.

    Fig15

    5 snaps on the top

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    8. Remove main board and power board as Fig16.

    Remove 8 screws to remove main board and power board as Fig16.

    Fig16

    9. Remove the bezel as Fig17- Fig19

    a. Remove 3 screws at the bottom of the main frame as Fig17.

    b. Remove 3 screws at the left of bezel as Fig18.

    c. Remove 3 screws at the right of bezel as Fig19.

    Fig17

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    Fig18

    Fig19

    10. Remove the main frame as Fig20- Fig21.

    a. Remove 2 screws at the right of main frame Fig20.

    b. Remove 2 screws at the left and 1screw at the bottom of the main frame Fig21.

    Fig20

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    Fig21

    11. The end as Fig22.

    Fig22

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    10. Trouble Shooting

    This page deals with problems that can be corrected by a user. If the problem still persists after you

    have tried these solutions, contact Philips customer service representative.

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    11. Repair Flow Chart

    11.1 Main Board

    (1). No Power

    No power

    Press power key and look

    if the picture is normal

    Please reinsert and make sure

    the AC of 100-240 is normal

    Reinsert or check the

    Adapter/Inverter

    section

    X201 oscillate waveforms

    are normal

    Replace D301, U301 or

    U304

    Replace U203

    Replace X201

    OK

    OK

    OK

    NG

    NG

    NG

    NG

    Measure U301 PIN2=3.3V

    Measure U304 PIN2=1.8V

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    (2). No Picture

    No picture

    OK

    OK

    NG

    NG

    Replace D301, U301 or U304

    X201 oscillate waveforms are normal

    Replace X201

    Check if the sync signal from

    computer is output and video cable

    is connected normally

    Input the sync signal of

    computer, or change

    the cable

    Replace U203

    NG

    OK

    Measure U301 PIN2=3.3V

    Measure U304 PIN2=1.8V

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    (3). White screen

    White screen

    Check Q301, Q302 is broken

    or CN402 solder?

    Check Correspondent

    com

    p

    onent.

    Replace Panel

    Check Correspondent

    com

    p

    onent.

    Replace U203

    OK

    OK

    Replace X201

    OK

    NG

    NG

    NG

    NG

    Check reset circuit of

    U203 is normal

    OK

    X201 oscillate

    waveform is normal

    Measure Q301 base

    is high level?

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    11.2. Power/Inverter Board

    (1) No power

    Check CN902 pin4, 5 = 12V

    Check AC line volt 110V or 220V

    Check AC input

    Check the voltage of C907 (+)

    Check bridge rectified circuit and F901 circuit

    Check start voltage for the pin8 of IC901

    Check R905 and Change IC901

    NG

    Check the auxiliary voltage is bigger than

    10V and smaller than 20V

    1) Check IC901

    2) Check R910, D901 circuit

    OK

    OK

    NG

    Check D910, Q900, D900, IC902, F902, ZD921, ZD922, D915, D916

    OK

    Check IC901 pin5 PWM wave

    OK

    Check IC901

    NG

    NG

    NG

    OK

    NG

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    (2) W / LED, No Backlight

    Check CN902 pin4, 5 = 12V

    NG

    OK

    Check adapter or MB

    Check ON/OFF signal

    Check Interface board

    NG

    OK

    Check IC801 PIN12=12V

    NG

    OK

    Change Q801

    Check IC801 PIN10, 9 have the output of square wave at short time

    NG

    OK

    Change IC801

    Check Q804, Q809 PIN5, 6, 7, 8 have the output of square wave at short time.

    NG

    OK

    Check Q804, Q805, Q806, Q809, Q810, Q811

    Check the output of PT801, PT802

    Check connecter & lamp

    OK

    NG

    Change PT801, PT802

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    11.3 Key Board

    OSD is unstable or not working

    Is Key Pad Board connecting normally?

    Connect Key Pad Board

    Is Button Switch normally?

    Replace Button Switch

    Y

    N

    N

    Is Key Pad Board normally?

    Replace Key Pad Board

    Y

    N

    Y

    Check Main Board

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    12. ISP Instruction

    (1). Install the program software

    a. First decompressing files , as follow:

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    b. Double – click , start to install as follows:

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    c. There will be a shortcut key appears on the desktop.

    (2). Connect the ISP board as follow:

    a. Double-click

    ,running the program as follows:

    Connect to

    the PC LPT

    Connect to the

    Philips 190S8

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    b. Click icon, search the program” PHILIPS_190S_HSD_HSD190MEN3_V0.29.hex”, and click

    open:

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    c. Click icon, the writer is in processing…

    d. Until appears the follow Fig, writer completed.

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    13. DDC Instruction

    General

    DDC Data Re-programming

    In case the main EEPROM with Software DDC which store all factory settings were replaced because a defect,

    repaired monitor’ the serial numbers have to be re-programmed.

    It is advised to re- soldered the main EEPROM with Software DDC from the old board onto the new board if

    circuit board have been replaced, in this case the DDC data does not need to be re-programmed.

    Additional information about DDC (Display Data Channel) may be obtained from Video Electronics Standards

    Association (VESA). Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) information may be also obtained from

    VESA.

    1. An i486 (or above) personal computer or compatible.

    2. Microsoft operation system Windows 95/98/2000/XP.

    3. “ PORT95NT.exe, WinDDC_ setup” program.

    4. Software OSD SN Alignment kits

    The kit contents:

    a. OSD SN BOARD x1

    b. Printer cablex1

    c. VGA cable x1

    d. Digital cable x1

    e. 12V DC power source

    1. Install the “PORT95NT.EXE”, and restart the computer.

    You must install the

    at the first. The processing as follows:

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    Click to complete the installation.

    Note: After installation, you must restart the PC to take the setup to effect.

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    2. Install the “WinDDC_ setup”

    Second, you must install the

    . The processing as follows:

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    Click to complete the installation.

    3. Connect the DDC board as follow:

    Connect to the

    PC LPT

    When you write analog

    EDID, Connect this port

    to the Philips 190S8’s

    VGA port

    12V Input

    When you write digital

    EDID, Connect this port

    to the Philips 190S8’s DVI

    port

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    4. Take analog DDC write for example, as follow

    a. Double-click

    ,appear as follow Figs:

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    b. Click .

    c. Key 14 numbers in the Serial Number blank, then click “OK”. Now analog DDC Write completes, as follow.

    Note: The way of digital DDC write is the same as analog DDC write.

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    190S8 EDID

    Analog

    128 bytes EDID Data (Hex):

    00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15

    0: 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 41 0C 59 08 01 01 01 01

    16: 0C 0D 01 03 0E 26 1E 78 EE A1 50 A3 57 4C 9D 25

    32: 11 50 54 BF EF 80 71 4F 81 40 81 80 01 01 01 01

    48: 01 01 01 01 01 01 30 2A 00 98 51 00 2A 40 30 70

    64: 13 00 78 2D 11 00 00 1E 00 00 00 FF 00 32 31 33

    80: 32 33 31 32 33 32 31 33 32 33 00 00 00 FC 00 50

    96: 68 69 6C 69 70 73 20 31 39 30 53 0A 00 00 00 FD

    112: 00 38 4C 1E 53 0E 00 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 A2

    Decoded EDID data

    <---Header--->

    Header: 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00

    <-x-Header-x->

    <---Vendor/Product Identification--->

    ID Manufacturer Name: PHL

    ID Product Code: 0859

    ID Serial Number: 01010101

    Week of Manufacture: 12

    Year of Manufacture: 2003

    <-x-Vendor/Product Identification-x->

    <---EDID Structure Version/Revision--->

    EDID Version#: 01

    EDID Revision#: 03

    <-x-EDID Structure Version/Revision-x->

    <---Basic Display Parameters/Features--->

    Video i/p definition: Analog

    Signal Level Standard: 0.700V/0.300V(0.700Vpp)

    Setup: Blank-to-Black not expected

    Separate Sync Support: Yes

    Composite Sync Support: Yes

    Sync. on green video supported:Yes

    Serration of the Vsync.Pulse is not required.

    Max. H. Image Size : 38cm.

    Max. V. Image Size : 30cm.

    Display Gamma: 2.2

    DPMS Features, Stand-by: Yes.

    DPMS Features, Suspend: Yes.

    DPMS Features, Active off: Yes.

    Display Type: R/G/B color display.

    Standard Default Color Space: Yes.

    Preferred Timing Mode: Yes.

    <---Basic Display Parameters/Features--->

    <---Color Characteristics--->

    Red x: 0.6386718750

    Red y: 0.3417968750

    Green x: 0.2968750000

    Green y: 0.6142578125

    Blue x: 0.1455078125

    Blue y: 0.0673828125

    White x: 0.3125000000

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    White y: 0.3291015625

    <-x-Color Characteristics-x->

    <---Established Timings--->

    Established Timings 1: BF

    -720x400 @70Hz VGA,IBM

    -640x480 @60Hz VGA,IBM

    -640x480 @67Hz Apple,Mac II

    -640x480 @72Hz VESA

    -640x480 @75Hz VESA

    -800x600 @56Hz VESA

    -800x600 @60Hz VESA

    Established Timings 2: EF

    -800x600 @72Hz VESA

    -800x600 @75Hz VESA

    -832x624 @75Hz Apple,Mac II

    -1024x768 @60Hz VESA

    -1024x768 @70Hz VESA

    -1024x768 @75Hz VESA

    -1280x1024 @75Hz VESA

    Established Timings 3: 80

    -1152x870 @75Hz Apple,Mac II

    <-x-Established Timings-x->

    <---Standard Timing Identification--->

    -1152x864 @75

    -1280x960 @60

    -1280x1024 @60

    <-x-Standard Timing Identification-x->

    <---Detailed Timing Descriptions--->

    Detailed Timing: 1280x1024 @ 60Hz.

    <-x-Detailed Timing Descriptions-x->

    <---Detailed Timing Descriptions--->

    Detailed Timing: FF (Monitor SN) '213231232132'

    Detailed Timing: FC (Monitor Name) 'Philips 190S'

    Detailed Timing: FD (Monitor limits)

    Min. V. rate: 56Hz

    Max. V. rate: 76Hz

    Min. H. rate: 30KHz

    Max. H. rate: 83KHz

    Max. Pixel Clock: 140MHz

    <-x-Detailed Timing Descriptions-x->

    Extension Flag: 00

    Checksum: A2

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    190S8 EDID

    Digital

    128 bytes EDID Data (Hex):

    00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15

    0: 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 41 0C 59 08 01 01 01 01

    16: 15 0D 01 03 80 26 1E 78 EE A1 50 A3 57 4C 9D 25

    32: 11 50 54 BF EF 80 71 4F 81 40 81 80 01 01 01 01

    48: 01 01 01 01 01 01 30 2A 00 98 51 00 2A 40 30 70

    64: 13 00 78 2D 11 00 00 1E 00 00 00 FF 00 31 33 32

    80: 32 33 32 31 33 31 32 33 33 32 00 00 00 FC 00 50

    96: 68 69 6C 69 70 73 20 31 39 30 53 0A 00 00 00 FD

    112: 00 38 4C 1E 53 0E 00 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 27

    Decoded EDID data

    <---Header--->

    Header: 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00

    <-x-Header-x->

    <---Vendor/Product Identification--->

    ID Manufacturer Name: PHL

    ID Product Code: 0859

    ID Serial Number: 01010101

    Week of Manufacture: 21

    Year of Manufacture: 2003

    <-x-Vendor/Product Identification-x->

    <---EDID Structure Version/Revision--->

    EDID Version#: 01

    EDID Revision#: 03

    <-x-EDID Structure Version/Revision-x->

    <---Basic Display Parameters/Features--->

    Video i/p definition: Digital

    Max. H. Image Size : 38cm.

    Max. V. Image Size : 30cm.

    Display Gamma: 2.2

    DPMS Features, Stand-by: Yes.

    DPMS Features, Suspend: Yes.

    DPMS Features, Active off: Yes.

    Display Type: R/G/B color display.

    Standard Default Color Space: Yes.

    Preferred Timing Mode: Yes.

    <---Basic Display Parameters/Features--->

    <---Color Characteristics--->

    Red x: 0.6386718750

    Red y: 0.3417968750

    Green x: 0.2968750000

    Green y: 0.6142578125

    Blue x: 0.1455078125

    Blue y: 0.0673828125

    White x: 0.3125000000

    White y: 0.3291015625

    <-x-Color Characteristics-x->

    <---Established Timings--->

    Established Timings 1: BF

    -720x400 @70Hz VGA,IBM

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    -640x480 @60Hz VGA,IBM

    -640x480 @67Hz Apple,Mac II

    -640x480 @72Hz VESA

    -640x480 @75Hz VESA

    -800x600 @56Hz VESA

    -800x600 @60Hz VESA

    Established Timings 2: EF

    -800x600 @72Hz VESA

    -800x600 @75Hz VESA

    -832x624 @75Hz Apple,Mac II

    -1024x768 @60Hz VESA

    -1024x768 @70Hz VESA

    -1024x768 @75Hz VESA

    -1280x1024 @75Hz VESA

    Established Timings 3: 80

    -1152x870 @75Hz Apple,Mac II

    <-x-Established Timings-x->

    <---Standard Timing Identification--->

    -1152x864 @75

    -1280x960 @60

    -1280x1024 @60

    <-x-Standard Timing Identification-x->

    <---Detailed Timing Descriptions--->

    Detailed Timing: 1280x1024 @ 60Hz.

    <-x-Detailed Timing Descriptions-x->

    <---Detailed Timing Descriptions--->

    Detailed Timing: FF (Monitor SN) '132232131233'

    Detailed Timing: FC (Monitor Name) 'Philips 190S'

    Detailed Timing: FD (Monitor limits)

    Min. V. rate: 56Hz

    Max. V. rate: 76Hz

    Min. H. rate: 30KHz

    Max. H. rate: 83KHz

    Max. Pixel Clock: 140MHz

    <-x-Detailed Timing Descriptions-x->

    Extension Flag: 00

    Checksum: 27

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    14. White Balance, Luminance Adjustment

    1. Apparatuses and program: analyzer CA-210, PC, tool, FGA adjustment program (FGAWB0.15SN), Pattern

    generator.

    2. Equipment installation:

    a. Connect analyzer CA-210 to PC by USB connector, install drive program CA-SDK Ver4.00 for CA-210 and

    restart PC after finish installing.

    b. Install Port95NT drive program, set PC printer connector mode as ECP mode and restart PC after finish

    installing.

    c. Connect tools as follow:

    (Note: It is not necessary to connect Port2 )

    3. Adjustment

    Preparation before adjustment:

    (1) Monitor should be warmed up for more than half an hour.

    (2) Make sure that the tools are connected right and drive programs have been installed OK.

    Adjustment process:

    (1) Press the power of CA-210, shut off the lens, press 0-Cal and open the lens after analyzer reset.

    (2) Start white balance adjustment program, select the right parameter according with the program and click OK.

    (3) Make sure that the lens of CA-210 aims at the center of the screen, then click Start and start adjusting.

    (4) After finish adjusting, the adjustment program displays pass, and the Start Button is changed to Next, which

    means you can adjust another monitor.

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    4. Color Temp confirmation

    Connect the signal to the monitor, the monitor display white-picture, use CA-210 to measure the Color Temp of the

    screen center and select the OSD to make sure whether the Color Temps accord with the SPEC.

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    15. Monitor Exploded View

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    16. Recommended & Spare Parts List

    Recommended Parts List

    190S8FS/00

    Item Location Part No. Description Philips 12NC

    1 FQ003 P34G1829 VOD1T BEZEL L19-7phb1-S3

    2 FQ004 P34G1830 VB 1T REAR COVER

    3 FQ002 P33G4975 VPB1C BUTTON_OSD

    4 FQ001 705GQ734241 STAND/BASE ASS'Y 190S_VB

    5 E750L 750GLG90E8L12M000F PANEL LM190E08-TLL1 NJ PHP LPL

    5 E750L 750GLH90N3A12M000F PANEL HSD190MEN3-A00 NJ HSD

    6 FQ012 CBPC7HNAPHQA3 MAIN BOARD(HSD)

    6 FQ013 CBPC7GNAPHQA9 MAIN BOARD (LG)

    7 FQ015 PWPC942GR1P POWER BOARD

    E089A 089G 728HAA 21 SIGNAL CABLE

    E089C 089G179E30H712 FFC CABLE

    E089B 089G404A18N YH POWER CABLE

    E095A 095G8014 7D514 WIRE HARNESS

    E089C 089G179J30H712 FFC

    FQ005 P45G 88609 37 R EPE BAG

    FQ006 Q40G 19N81319A RATING LABEL

    FQ007 Q44G9071 1 CUSHION-RIGHT

    FQ008 Q44G9071 2 CUSHION-LEFT

    FQ009 Q44G9071 3 EPS

    FQ010 Q44G9071813 3A 19 LCD CARTON

    FQ011 Q70G9000813 9A CD MANUAL

    FQ014 KEPC7QS5 KEY BOARD

    U301 056G 563 52 IC AP1117D33LA TO252-3L ATC

    U304 056G 56327A IC AP1117E18LA SOT223-3L

    U204 056G1133 56 M24C16-WMN6TP

    U203 705GQ756019 MCU ASS'Y

    U811 056G 608 10 IC OZ9938GN-B SOIC-16

    IC902 056G 139 3A IC PC123Y22FZ0F

    IC902 056G 139 3B IC PC123Y82FZ0F

    IC902 056G 139 5A TCET1103G

    IC941 056G 158 4 T H431BA

    IC941 056G 158 10 T IC AZ431AZ-AE1 TO-92 BY AAC

    IC901 056G 564911 IC TEA1532AT S08

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    Spare Parts List

    Service Kit

    Description Part No. Philips 12NC Remark

    DDC Kit 715L2005C2 9965 000 43197 for all model

    OSD SN Kit 715GT033 C 9965 000 43252 for all model

    NOVATEK ISP Kit 715LT035A 9965 000 43198

    for all hudson 7

    for 170A8, 190B8, 150S8,

    170S8,190S8, 170V8,190V8

    MSTAR ISP Kit 715GT039 A 996510010027 200CW8

    REALTEK ISP Kit 715GT039 A 996510010027 170CW8

    190S8FS/00

    Panel

    Location Part No. Description Philips 12NC

    E750L 750GLG90E8L12M000F

    PANEL LM190E08-TLL1 NJ PHP

    LPL

    E750L 750GLH90N3A12M000F

    PANEL HSD190MEN3-A00 NJ

    HSD

    Board ASS’Y

    Location Part No. Description Philips 12NC

    FQ012 CBPC7HNAPHQA3 MAIN BOARD(HSD)

    FQ013 CBPC7GNAPHQA9 MAIN BOARD (LG)

    FQ015 PWPC942GR1P POWER BOARD

    FQ014 KEPC7QS5 KEY BOARD

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    Accessory and Mechanical

    Location Part No. Description Philips 12NC

    E089A 089G 728HAA 21 SIGNAL CABLE

    E089C 089G179E30H712 FFC CABLE

    E089B 089G404A18N YH POWER CABLE

    E095A 095G8014 7D514 WIRE HARNESS

    FQ001 705GQ734241 STAND/BASE ASS'Y 190S_VB

    E750L 750GLG90E8L12M000F PANEL LM190E08-TLL1 NJ PHP LPL

    E750L 750GLH90N3A12M000F PANEL HSD190MEN3-A00 NJ HSD

    E089C 089G179J30H712 FFC

    FQ002 P33G4975 VPB1C BUTTON_OSD

    FQ003 P34G1829 VOD1T BEZEL L19-7phb1-S3

    FQ004 P34G1830 VB 1T REAR COVER

    FQ005 P45G 88609 37 R EPE BAG

    FQ006 Q40G 19N81319A RATING LABEL

    FQ007 Q44G9071 1 CUSHION-RIGHT

    FQ008 Q44G9071 2 CUSHION-LEFT

    FQ009 Q44G9071 3 EPS

    FQ010 Q44G9071813 3A 19 LCD CARTON

    FQ011 Q70G9000813 9A CD MANUAL

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    Board Parts

    Location Part No. Description Philips 12NC

    FQ012 CBPC7HNAPHQA3 MAIN BOARD(HSD)

    FQ013 CBPC7GNAPHQA9 MAIN BOARD (LG)

    C302 067G305V100 3

    105℃ 10UF +-20% 16V

    C315 067G305V101 3

    105℃ 100UF M 16V

    C310 067G305V101 3

    105℃ 100UF M 16V

    C309 067G305V101 3

    105℃ 100UF M 16V

    C306 067G305V101 3

    105℃ 100UF M 16V

    C305 067G305V101 3

    105℃ 100UF M 16V

    C214 067G305V101 3

    105℃ 100UF M 16V

    CN101 088G 35315F H D-SUB 15PIN

    CN102 088G 35424F N DVI 24PIN CONN F

    X201 093G 22 51 CRYSTAL 12MHz HC-49US ARG6-120

    U301 056G 563 52 IC AP1117D33LA TO252-3L ATC

    U304 056G 56327A IC AP1117E18LA SOT223-3L

    U204 056G1133 56 M24C16-WMN6TP

    Q301 057G 417 12 T KEC 2N3904S-RTK/PS

    Q305 057G 417 12 T KEC 2N3904S-RTK/PS

    Q403 057G 417 13 T KEC 2N3906S-RTK/PS

    Q402 057G 417 13 T KEC 2N3906S-RTK/PS

    Q201 057G 417 13 T KEC 2N3906S-RTK/PS

    Q302 057G 763 1 A03401 SOT23 BY AOS(A1)

    R211 061G0402000 RST CHIPR 0 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R228 061G0402000 RST CHIPR 0 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R118 061G0402100 RST CHIPR 10 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R117 061G0402100 RST CHIPR 10 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R116 061G0402100 RST CHIPR 10 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R115 061G0402100 RST CHIPR 10 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R111 061G0402100 RST CHIPR 10 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R110 061G0402100 RST CHIPR 10 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R107 061G0402100 RST CHIPR 10 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R106 061G0402100 RST CHIPR 10 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R136 061G0402101 RST CHIPR 100 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R220 061G0402101 RST CHIPR 100 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R225 061G0402101 RST CHIPR 100 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R309 061G0402101 RST CHIPR 100 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R407 061G0402101 RST CHIPR 100 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R410 061G0402101 RST CHIPR 100 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R416 061G0402101 RST CHIPR 100 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R418 061G0402101 RST CHIPR 100 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R108 061G0402101 RST CHIPR 100 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R109 061G0402101 RST CHIPR 100 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R126 061G0402101 RST CHIPR 100 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R127 061G0402101 RST CHIPR 100 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R128 061G0402101 RST CHIPR 100 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R132 061G0402101 RST CHIPR 100 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R134 061G0402101 RST CHIPR 100 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R135 061G0402101 RST CHIPR 100 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R412 061G0402102 RST CHIPR 1 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R312 061G0402102 RST CHIPR 1 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R311 061G0402102 RST CHIPR 1 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R301 061G0402102 RST CHIPR 1 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R144 061G0402102 RST CHIPR 1 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R122 061G0402102 RST CHIPR 1 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R120 061G0402102 RST CHIPR 1 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R113 061G0402102 RST CHIPR 1 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R102 061G0402102 RST CHIPR 1 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R202 061G0402103 RST CHIPR 10 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R304 061G0402103 RST CHIPR 10 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

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    R305 061G0402103 RST CHIPR 10 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R415 061G0402103 RST CHIPR 10 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R417 061G0402103 RST CHIPR 10 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R201 061G0402105 RST CHIPR 1MOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R129 061G0402151 RST CHIP 150R 1/16W 5%

    R133 061G0402151 RST CHIP 150R 1/16W 5%

    R138 061G0402151 RST CHIP 150R 1/16W 5%

    R218 061G0402220 RST CHIPR 22 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R234 061G0402221 RST CHIPR 220 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R141 061G0402222 RST CHIPR 2.2 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R142 061G0402222 RST CHIPR 2.2 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R131 061G0402391 RST CHIPR 390 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R402 061G0402392 RST CHIP 3.9K 1/16W 5%

    R403 061G0402392 RST CHIP 3.9K 1/16W 5%

    R221 061G0402471 RST CHIPR 470 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R316 061G0402472 RST CHIPR 4.7 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R314 061G0402472 RST CHIPR 4.7 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R308 061G0402472 RST CHIPR 4.7 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R215 061G0402472 RST CHIPR 4.7 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R214 061G0402472 RST CHIPR 4.7 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R213 061G0402472 RST CHIPR 4.7 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R206 061G0402472 RST CHIPR 4.7 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R124 061G0402472 RST CHIPR 4.7 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R123 061G0402472 RST CHIPR 4.7 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R104 061G0402472 RST CHIPR 4.7 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R103 061G0402472 RST CHIPR 4.7 KOHM +-5% 1/16W

    R307 061G0402513 RST CHIP 51K 1/16W 5%

    R140 061G0402750 RST CHIPR 75 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R139 061G0402750 RST CHIPR 75 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    R101 061G0402750 RST CHIPR 75 OHM +-5% 1/16W

    FB105 061G0805000 0 OHM 1/10W

    R302 061G1206331 RST CHIPR 330 OHM +-5% 1/4W

    R303 061G1206331 RST CHIPR 330 OHM +-5% 1/4W

    C123 065G0402102 32 1000PF +-10% 50V X7R

    C131 065G0402102 32 1000PF +-10% 50V X7R

    C303 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C301 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C216 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C215 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C210 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C209 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C208 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C207 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C206 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C307 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C311 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C312 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C317 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C402 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C403 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C404 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C405 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C406 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C407 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C101 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C102 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C103 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C104 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C105 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C106 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C110 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

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    C111 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C112 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C113 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C114 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C116 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C117 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C118 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C130 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C201 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C203 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C204 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C205 065G0402104 12 CHIP 0.1UF 50V X7R

    C220 065G0402220 31 CHIP 22PF 50V NPO

    C219 065G0402220 31 CHIP 22PF 50V NPO

    C128 065G0402330 31 33PF +-50% 50V NPO

    C127 065G0402331 32 CHIP 330PF 50V X7R

    C132 065G040247132K T CAP CHIP 0402 470PF 50V X7R

    C129 065G0402473 12 CHIP 0.047uF 16V X7R

    C126 065G0402473 12 CHIP 0.047uF 16V X7R

    C125 065G0402473 12 CHIP 0.047uF 16V X7R

    C124 065G0402473 12 CHIP 0.047uF 16V X7R

    C122 065G0402473 12 CHIP 0.047uF 16V X7R

    C121 065G0402473 12 CHIP 0.047uF 16V X7R

    C316 065G0603104 22 CHIP 0.1UF 25V X7R

    C308 065G060310517T MLCC 0603 CAP 1UF Z 16V Y5V

    C304 065G060310517T MLCC 0603 CAP 1UF Z 16V Y5V

    C213 065G060310517T MLCC 0603 CAP 1UF Z 16V Y5V

    C115 065G060310517T MLCC 0603 CAP 1UF Z 16V Y5V

    C107 065G060310517T MLCC 0603 CAP 1UF Z 16V Y5V

    FB207 071G 56D102 MA CHIP HEAD 1000OHM 0805 1A

    FB107 071G 56D121 B201209D121TT

    FB205 071G 56D121 B201209D121TT

    FB204 071G 56D121 B201209D121TT

    FB203 071G 56D121 B201209D121TT

    FB102 071G 56D121 B201209D121TT

    FB101 071G 56D121 B201209D121TT

    FB202 071G 56D121 JA CHIP BEAD 120 OHM 0805 1A

    FB206 071G 56D121 JA CHIP BEAD 120 OHM 0805 1A

    FB302 071G 56K121 M CHIP BEAD

    FB303 071G 56K121 M CHIP BEAD

    FB106 071G 59B300 K CHIP BEAD 30 OHM 0603

    FB104 071G 59B300 K CHIP BEAD 30 OHM 0603

    FB103 071G 59B300 K CHIP BEAD 30 OHM 0603

    D102 093G 64 42 PP BAV70 SOT-23

    D110 093G 64 42 PP BAV70 SOT-23

    D201 093G 64 42 PP BAV70 SOT-23

    D113 093G 6433S DIODE BAV99 SEMTECH

    D112 093G 6433S DIODE BAV99 SEMTECH

    D111 093G 6433S DIODE BAV99 SEMTECH

    D109 093G 6433S DIODE BAV99 SEMTECH

    D108 093G 6433S DIODE BAV99 SEMTECH

    D107 093G 6433S DIODE BAV99 SEMTECH

    D106 093G 6433S DIODE BAV99 SEMTECH

    D105 093G 6433S DIODE BAV99 SEMTECH

    D104 093G 6433S DIODE BAV99 SEMTECH

    D103 093G 6433S DIODE BAV99 SEMTECH

    D101 093G 6433S DIODE BAV99 SEMTECH

    ZD201 093G 39G586 RLZ2.2B

    ZD107 093G 39S 24 T RLZ 5.6B LLDS

    ZD106 093G 39S 24 T RLZ 5.6B LLDS

    ZD105 093G 39S 24 T RLZ 5.6B LLDS

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    ZD104 093G 39S 24 T RLZ 5.6B LLDS

    ZD103 093G 39S 24 T RLZ 5.6B LLDS

    ZD102 093G 39S 24 T RLZ 5.6B LLDS

    ZD101 093G 39S 24 T RLZ 5.6B LLDS

    D301 093G3004 3 SM340A

    U203 705GQ756019

    MCU ASS'Y (LG)

    U203 705GQ756020

    MCU ASS'Y (HSD)

    FQ014 KEPC7QS5 KEY BOARD

    CN101 033G3802 6H WAFER 6P RIGHT ANGLE PITCH 2.0

    SW1 077G 600 1GCJ TACT SWITCH TSPB-2 -NP

    SW2 077G 600 1GCJ TACT SWITCH TSPB-2 -NP

    SW3 077G 600 1GCJ TACT SWITCH TSPB-2 -NP

    SW4 077G 600 1GCJ TACT SWITCH TSPB-2 -NP

    SW5 077G 600 1GCJ TACT SWITCH TSPB-2 -NP

    SW6 077G 600 1GCJ TACT SWITCH TSPB-2 -NP

    SW7 077G 600 1GCJ TACT SWITCH TSPB-2 -NP

    SW8 077G 600 1GCJ TACT SWITCH TSPB-2 -NP

    LED1 081G 12 1F GP LED 3Φ GP32032M/G307-ZY-50

    R109 061G0603000 RST CHIPR 0 OHM +-5% 1/10W

    R101 061G0603101 RST CHIPR 100 OHM +-5% 1/10W

    R104 061G0603242 RST CHIPR 2.4 KOHM +-5% 1/10W

    R108 061G0603242 RST CHIPR 2.4 KOHM +-5% 1/10W

    R102 061G0603432 RST CHIPR 4.3 KOHM +-5% 1/10W

    R106 061G0603432 RST CHIPR 4.3 KOHM +-5% 1/10W

    R107 061G0603911 RST CHIPR 910 OHM +-5% 1/10W

    R103 061G0603911 RST CHIPR 910 OHM +-5% 1/10W

    R100 061G0805000 0 OHM 1/10W

    C101 065G0603103 32 0.01UF +-10% 50V X7R

    C102 065G0603103 32 0.01UF +-10% 50V X7R

    C103 065G0603103 32 0.01UF +-10% 50V X7R

    C104 065G0603103 32 0.01UF +-10% 50V X7R

    C105 065G0603103 32 0.01UF +-10% 50V X7R

    FQ015 PWPC942GR1P POWER BOARD

    Q901 057G 600 35 STP8NK80ZFP

    Q901 057G 667 22 FQPF8N80C

    D931 093G 60267 SP10100

    D931 093G 60901 MBRF10H100CT ITO-220AB

    D935 093G 60240 YG802C06R TO-220F15

    D935 093G 60526 MBRF1060CT ITO-220AB

    D935 093G1506 2 FMW-2156

    T901 S80GL17T900V TRANSFORMER ASSY

    C908 063G 10747410S PLASTIC FILM CAP.

    C801 065G 6J1006ET 10PF 5% SL 6KV

    C806 065G 6J1006ET 10PF 5% SL 6KV

    C820 067G215D471 4K ED 470UF 25V

    C840 067G215D471 4K ED 470UF 25V

    C932 067G215S102 4K EC CAP 1000UF M 25V

    C933 067G215S102 4K EC CAP 1000UF M 25V

    L902 071G 55 24 FERRITE BEAD

    L903 071G 55 24 FERRITE BEAD

    BD901 093G 50460 10 GBU405

    BD901 093G 50460 16 U4KB80R

    D901 093G 6026T52T RECTIFIER DIODE FR107

    IC902 056G 139 3A IC PC123Y22FZ0F

    IC902 056G 139 3B IC PC123Y82FZ0F

    IC902 056G 139 5A TCET1103G

    NR901 061G 5810T RST NTCR 8 OHM +-20% 4A 13mm

    R905 061G152M104 64 100KOHM 5% 2W

    R920 061G152M208 64 0.20 OHM 2W

    C803 065G 3J5096ET 5PF 5% SL 3KV

    C802 065G 3J5096ET 5PF 5% SL 3KV

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    C807 065G 3J5096ET 5PF 5% SL 3KV

    C808 065G 3J5096ET 5PF 5% SL 3KV

    C901 065G305M1022BP Y2 1000PF M 250VAC Y5P

    C900 065G305M1022BP Y2 1000PF M 250VAC Y5P

    C912 065G305M2222BP 2200PF +-20%

    C936 067G215D222 2K

    105℃ 2200UF M 10V

    C936 067G215D2222KV

    105℃ 2200UF M 10V

    C907

    67G 40Z10115K

    CAP 105℃ 100UF M 450V

    L901 073G 174 65 H LINE FILTER

    L901 073G 174 65 LS LINE FILTER BY LISHIN

    L951 073G 253902 H IND CHOKE 0.8uH MIN DADO

    L955 073G 253902 H IND CHOKE 0.8uH MIN DADO

    L951 073G 253902 S IND CHOKE 0.8uH MIN TAIC

    L955 073G 253902 S IND CHOKE 0.8uH MIN TAIC

    L955 073G 253902 T CKOLE COIL 0.8uH

    L951 073G 253902 T CKOLE COIL 0.8uH

    L951 073G 253902 YS IND CHOKE 0.8uH MIN TOP

    L955 073G 253902 YS IND CHOKE 0.8uH MIN TOP

    T901 080GL17T900 L XFMR FOR POWER LITAI

    T901 080GL17T900 N XFMR FOR POWER YUVA

    T901 080GL17T900 T X'FMR SRW28LEC-T93H016

    PT801 080GL19T 8DN1 X'FMR DARFONTK.2006M.101

    PT802 080GL19T 8DN1 X'FMR DARFONTK.2006M.101

    R915 061G 17210052T 100HM 5% 1/4W

    R952 061G 17210052T 100HM 5% 1/4W

    R871 061G 17210352T CFR 10KOHM +-5% 1/4W

    R861 061G 20010452T 100K OHM 1/4W 1%

    R863 061G 20033352T 33KOHM 1% 1/4W

    R861 061G203S10452T RST MFLM 100K 0.6W 1%

    R863 061G203S33352T RST MFLM 33K 0.6W 1%

    R839 061G212Y625 KT MGFR 6.2MOHM +-5% 1/2W

    R859 061G212Y625 KT MGFR 6.2MOHM +-5% 1/2W

    RJ827 061L0805000 CHIPR 0OHM +-5% 1/10W

    RJ801 061L0805000 CHIPR 0OHM +-5% 1/10W

    RJ804 061L1206000 CHIPR 0 OHM +-5% 1/8W

    FB902 071G 55 23 BEAD

    FB903 071G 55 23 BEAD

    FB905 071G 55 23 BEAD

    FB905 071G 55 23 S BEAD

    FB903 071G 55 23 S BEAD

    FB902 071G 55 23 S BEAD

    FB901 071G 55 29 FERRITE BEAD

    FB901 071G 55901 FERRITE CORE 2.5*3*1 BF3

    ZD951 093G 3990352T ZD P6KE8.2A

    ZD951 093G 39A3552T ZENER DIODE P6KE8.2A ZOW

    D919 093G 6038T52T FR103

    D926 093G 6038T52T FR103

    D926 093G 64 5152T RGP10-DO-204AL

    IC941 056G 158 4 T H431BA

    IC941 056G 158 10 T IC AZ431AZ-AE1 TO-92 BY AAC

    C920 065G 1K102 5T 1000PF/1KV

    C931 065G517K332 2T 3.3NF 500V

    C927 067G 3056804KT

    ELCAP 68UF M 25V 105℃ K

    C952 067G215B2214KT "LOW E,S,R 220UF +-20% 25"

    C956 067G215B2214KT "LOW E,S,R 220UF +-20% 25"

    F902 084G 55 4 FUSE 382-5A 250V WICKMANN

    F901 084G 55 7 GP FUSE 3.15A 250V

    IC901 056G 564911 IC TEA1532AT S08

    U811 056G 608 10 IC OZ9938GN-B SOIC-16

    Q874 057G 417 12 T KEC 2N3904S-RTK/PS

    Q841 057G 600 55 P5506 HVG SO-8

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    Q821 057G 600 55 P5506 HVG SO-8

    Q886 057G 759 2 RK7002

    Q885 057G 759 2 RK7002

    Q883 057G 759 2 RK7002

    Q881 057G 759 2 RK7002

    Q880 057G 759 2 RK7002

    Q871 057G 759 2 RK7002

    Q801 057G 759 2 RK7002

    Q873 057G 760 4B PDTA144WK SOT346

    Q841 057G 763 6 AO4828L

    Q821 057G 763 6 AO4828L

    Q841 057G 763 14 AM9945N

    Q821 057G 763 14 AM9945N

    R829 061L0805000 CHIPR 0OHM +-5% 1/10W

    R849 061L0805000 CHIPR 0OHM +-5% 1/10W

    R954 061L0805100 CHIPR 10 OHM+-5% 1/10W

    R843 061L0805100 CHIPR 10 OHM+-5% 1/10W

    R842 061L0805100 CHIPR 10 OHM+-5% 1/10W

    R823 061L0805100 CHIPR 10 OHM+-5% 1/10W

    R822 061L0805100 CHIPR 10 OHM+-5% 1/10W

    R835 061L0805100 2F CHIP 10K OHM 1/8W 1%

    R836 061L0805100 2F CHIP 10K OHM 1/8W 1%

    R855 061L0805100 2F CHIP 10K OHM 1/8W 1%

    R856 061L0805100 2F CHIP 10K OHM 1/8W 1%

    R851 061L0805102 CHIPR 1K OHM +-5% 1/10W

    R831 061L0805102 CHIPR 1K OHM +-5% 1/10W

    R882 061L0805102 CHIPR 1K OHM +-5% 1/10W

    R884 061L0805102 CHIPR 1K OHM +-5% 1/10W

    R886 061L0805102 CHIPR 1K OHM +-5% 1/10W

    R888 061L0805102 CHIPR 1K OHM +-5% 1/10W

    R941 061L0805102 CHIPR 1K OHM +-5% 1/10W

    R801 061L0805103 CHIPR 10K OHM +-5% 1/10W

    R804 061L0805103 CHIPR 10K OHM +-5% 1/10W

    R807 061L0805103 CHIPR 10K OHM +-5% 1/10W

    R880 061L0805103 CHIPR 10K OHM +-5% 1/10W

    R802 061L0805104 CHIPR 100K OHM+-5% 1/10W

    R872 061L0805104 CHIPR 100K OHM+-5% 1/10W

    R881 061L0805104 CHIPR 100K OHM+-5% 1/10W

    R883 061L0805104 CHIPR 100K OHM+-5% 1/10W

    R885 061L0805104 CHIPR 100K OHM+-5% 1/10W

    R887 061L0805104 CHIPR 100K OHM+-5% 1/10W

    R819 061L0805105 CHIP 1M OHM 5% 1/8W

    R912 061L0805105 CHIP 1M OHM 5% 1/8W

    R946 061L0805110 3F 110KOHM 1% 1/10W

    R833 061L0805122 "1.2KOHM +-5%,1/8W,0805"

    R853 061L0805122 "1.2KOHM +-5%,1/8W,0805"

    R923 061L0805123 CHIP 12KOHM 1/8W

    R914 061L0805124 1F CHIP 1.24K OHM 1/10W 1%

    R916 061L0805152 CHIPR 1.5K OHM +-5% 1/10

    R873 061L0805202 CHIP 2KOHM 1/8W

    R816 061L0805203 CHIPR 20KOHM +-5% 1/8W

    R865 061L0805232 0F CHIP 232OHM

    R815 061L0805303 CHIP 30K OHM 1/8W

    R813 061L0805330 2F CHIP 33KOHM 1/8W 1%

    R874 061L0805331 CHIP 330 OHM 5% 1/10W

    R917 061L0805333 CHIP 33KOHM 1% 1/8W

    R811 061L0805335 3.3M 0805

    R943 061L0805510 1F CHIP 5.1K OHM 1/10W 1%

    R812 061L0805624 CHIP 620KOHM 5% 0805 1/8

    R825 061L0805752 CHIP 7.5K OHM 1/10W

    R837 061L0805752 CHIP 7.5K OHM 1/10W

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    R944 061L0805910 1F CHIP 9.1K OHM 1/10W 1%

    R945 061L0805910 1F CHIP 9.1K OHM 1/10W 1%

    R918 061L1206000 CHIPR 0 OHM +-5% 1/8W

    R926 061L1206000 CHIPR 0 OHM +-5% 1/8W

    R907 061L1206103 CHIP 10KOHM 5% 1/4W

    R910 061L1206155 1.5M/0805

    R904 061L1206155 1.5M/0805

    R937 061L1206182 CHIP 1.8KOHM

    R931 061L1206229 CHIP 2.2OHM 5% 1/8W

    R932 061L1206229 CHIP 2.2OHM 5% 1/8W

    R927 061L1206472 CHIP 4.7KOHM 5% 1/4W

    R900 061L1206684 CHIPR 680K OHM+-5% 1/8W

    R901 061L1206684 CHIPR 680K OHM+-5% 1/8W

    R902 061L1206684 CHIPR 680K OHM+-5% 1/8W

    C838 065G0805102 31 1000PF 50V NPO

    C861 065G0805102 31 1000PF 50V NPO

    C819 065G0805103 22 CHIP 0.01uF 25V X7R 0805

    C881 065G0805103 22 CHIP 0.01uF 25V X7R 0805

    C883 065G0805103 22 CHIP 0.01uF 25V X7R 0805

    C885 065G0805103 22 CHIP 0.01uF 25V X7R 0805

    C887 065G0805103 22 CHIP 0.01uF 25V X7R 0805

    C812 065G0805104 22 0.1UF +-10% 25V X7R 080

    C832 065G0805104 22 0.1UF +-10% 25V X7R 080

    C880 065G0805104 22 0.1UF +-10% 25V X7R 080

    C913 065G0805104 22 0.1UF +-10% 25V X7R 080

    C951 065G0805104 22 0.1UF +-10% 25V X7R 080

    C955 065G0805104 22 0.1UF +-10% 25V X7R 080

    C811 065G0805105 22 CHIP 1UF 25V X7R 0805

    C821 065G0805105 22 CHIP 1UF 25V X7R 0805

    C841 065G0805105 22 CHIP 1UF 25V X7R 0805

    C846 065G0805105 22 CHIP 1UF 25V X7R 0805

    C874 065G0805105 22 CHIP 1UF 25V X7R 0805

    C914 065G0805105 22 CHIP 1UF 25V X7R 0805

    C915 065G0805123 22 CHIP 12nF 25V X7R 0805

    C860 065G0805221 22 CHIP 220PF 25V X7R 0805

    C822 065G0805222 32 CHIP 2200PF 50V X7R 0805

    C823 065G0805222 32 CHIP 2200PF 50V X7R 0805

    C842 065G0805222 32 CHIP 2200PF 50V X7R 0805

    C843 065G0805222 32 CHIP 2200PF 50V X7R 0805

    C847 065G0805223 22 CHIP 0.022UF 25V X7R 080

    C831 065G0805331 32 CHIP 330P 50V X7R 0805

    C865 065G0805333 32 CHIP 0.033UF 50V

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    C917 065G0805334 22 0.33UF+-10% 25V X7R 0805

    C858 065G0805391 31 CHIP 390PF 50V

    C813 065G0805561 31 CHIP 560PF 50V NPO 0805

    C941 065G0805562 21 5600PF/25V/NPO/J

    D831 093G 64 33 DIO SIG SM BAV99 (PHSE)R

    D851 093G 64 33 DIO SIG SM BAV99 (PHSE)R

    D833 093G 64 42 PP BAV70 SOT-23

    D853 093G 64 42 PP BAV70 SOT-23

    ZD874 093G 39S 24 T RLZ 5.6B LLDS

    ZD975 093G 39S 25 T RLZ5.1B LLDS

    D881 093T 64 44 S LL4148WP

    D883 093T 64 44 S LL4148WP

    D885 093T 64 44 S LL4148WP

    D887 093T 64 44 S LL4148WP

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    17. Different Parts List

    Diversity of 190S8FB/00 compared with 190S8FS/00

    Location

    190S8FB/00 190S8FS/00

    Part No. Description Part No. Description

    FQ002 P33G4975 VQB1C BUTTON_OSD P33G4975 VPB1C BUTTON_OSD

    FQ003 P34G1829 VBE1T BEZEL L19-7phb1-S3 P34G1829 VOD1T BEZEL L19-7phb1-S3

    Diversity of 190S8FB/27 compared with 190S8FS/00

    Location

    190S8FB/27 190S8FS/00

    Part No. Description Part No. Description

    FQ016 089G1748GAA AC DVI CABLE(LPL)

    E089B 089G402A18N IS POWER CORD 089G404A18N YH POWER CABLE

    FQ017 089G1748HAA AC DVI CABLE(HSD)

    FQ002 P33G4975 VQB1C BUTTON_OSD P33G4975 VPB1C BUTTON_OSD

    FQ003 P34G1829 VBE1T BEZEL L19-7phb1-S3 P34G1829 VOD1T BEZEL L19-7phb1-S3

    FQ006 Q40G 19N81320A RATING LABEL Q40G 19N81319A RATING LABEL

    FQ019 Q44G9071 3 EPS

    U203 705GQ756020 MCU ASS'Y(HSD) 705GQ756019 MCU ASS'Y

    CN901 087G 501 32 S AC SOCKET

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    18. General Product Specification

    CONTENTS

    1 FOREWORD

    2 PRODUCT PROFILE

    2.1 LCD

    2.2 SCANNING FREQUENCIES

    2.3 AMBIENT TEMPERATURE: 0 °C - 35 °C

    3 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

    3.1 INTERFACE SIGNALS

    VIDEO: 0.7 Vp-p, INPUT IMPEDANCE, 75 OHM @DC

    3.2 INTERFACE

    3.3 TIMING REQUIREMENT

    3.4 HORIZONTAL SCANNING

    3.5 VERTICAL SCANNING

    3.6 POWER INPUT CONNECTION

    3.7 POWER MANAGEMENT

    3.8 ANALOG DISPLAY IDENTIFICATION

    3.9 DVI-D DISPLAY IDENTIFECATION

    3.10 USB PLUG SUPPORT

    3.11 DDC/CI SUPPORT

    3.12 EDID

    3.13 HOT-KEY DEFINITION

    3.14 SMART CONTRAST --DYNAMIC BRIGHTNESS CONTROL (DBC) (NOT REQUEIRED FOR THIS

    PRODUCT)

    3.16 SMART IMAGE

    3.17 SMART IMAGE (NOT REQUIRED FOR THIS PRODUCT)

    4 VISUAL CHARACTERISTICS (DYNAMIC CONTRAST RATIO)

    4.1 TEST CONDITIONS

    4.2 BRIGHTNESS

    4.3 IMAGE SIZE

    4.4 BRIGHTNESS UNIFORMITY

    4.5 CHECK CROSS TALK (S)

    4.6 WHITE COLOR ADJUSTMENT

    5 MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS

    5.1 COSMETIC PHILIPS ID

    5.2 MECHANICAL DATA FILES PROE FILES REQUIRED

    5.3 LOCATION OF PHILIPS LOGO PER PHILIPS MAKE-UP SHEET

    5.4 GAP BETWEEN PANEL AND FRONT BEZEL <0.8 (TYP) MM

    5.5 LOCATION OF CONTROL ICONS PER PHILIPS GRAPHIC SHEET

    5.6 COLOR FOR RESIN/PAINT PER PHILIPS MAKE-UP SHEET

    5.7 RESINS

    5.8 IF RAINT IS USED

    5.9 PLASITIC MOLD TOOLING

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    5.10 PLASTICS FLAMMABILITY

    5.11 TEXTURE/GLOSSING OF HOUSING

    5.12 TILT AND SWIVEL BASE

    5.13 KENSINGTON LOCK

    5.14 LABEL

    5.15 PRODUCT DIMENSION/WEIGHT (PREFER TO SHT 191)

    5.16 TRANSPORTATION

    5.17 PALLET/CONTAINER LOADING

    6. ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS

    6.1 SUSCEPTIBILITY OF DISPLAY TO EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT

    6.2 TRANSPORTATION TESTS

    6.3 DISPLAY DISTURBANCES FROM EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT

    6.4 DISPLAY DISTURBANCES TO EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT

    7. RELIABILITY

    7.1 MEAN TIME BETWEEN FAILURES

    8. QUALITY ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS

    8.1 ACCEPTANCE TEST

    9. PHILIPS’ FLAT PANEL MONITORS PIXEL DEFECT POLICY

    10 REGULATORY COMPLIANCE

    10.1 WORLDWIDE REGULATORY

    10.2 EMC REQUIREMENTS

    10.3 ROHS

    10.4 WEEE

    10.5 ONGOING REGULATORY

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    1. FOREWORD

    This specification describes a 19" SXGA multi-scan color TFT LCD monitor with maximum resolution up to 1280 x

    1024 /75 Hz non-interlaced. All optical characteristics (including WHITE-D, Brightness, and so on) are determined

    according to panel specification after warming up approximate 30 minutes that brightness stability is optimal, and

    follow strictly after panel specification.

    2. PRODUCT PROFILE

    This display monitor unit is a color display monitor enclosed in PHILIPS styling cabinet which has an integrated tilt

    base.

    2.1 LCD

    Priority : 1. LPL/HSD 2. AUO

    Type : TN + film

    Supplier offer the Panel specification.

    Panel incoming specification: Follow Philips’ specification.

    LPL

    Type NR : LM190E08-TLL1/TLL4 (TN)

    Resolution : 1280x1024 (SXGA)

    Outside dimensions :

    Pitch ( mm ) : 0.294 mm x 0.294 mm

    Color pixel arrangement : RGB vertical stripes

    Display surface : Hard coating (3H), Anti-glare treatment of the front polarizer

    Color depth : 16.7 M colors (6 bits+ Hi FRC)

    Backlight : CCFL edge light system

    Active area(WxH) :

    View angle (CR>10 ) : 160/160 (typ) for H/V

    Contrast ratio :800:1 (typ)

    White luminance : 300 nit (typ)

    Color gamut :72% (typ)

    Gate IC :

    Source IC :

    Response time : 5 ms

    HSD

    Type NR : HSD190MEN3-A (TN)

    Resolution : 1280x1024 (SXGA)

    Outside dimensions :

    Pitch ( mm ) : 0.294 mm x 0.294 mm

    Color pixel arrangement : RGB vertical stripes

    Display surface : Anti-glare

    Color depth : 16.7 M (6 bits + Hi FRC)

    Backlight : CCFL edge-light(top*2/bottom*2)

    Active area(WxH) :

    View angle (CR>10) : 160/160 (typ) for H/V

    Contrast ratio : 1000:1 (typ)

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    White luminance : 300 nits (typ)

    Color gamut : 72% (typ)

    Gate IC :

    Source IC :

    Response time : 5ms

    2.2 Scanning frequencies

    Hor. : 30 – 83 K Hz

    Ver.: 56 - 76 Hz

    Video dot rate: 165 MHz

    Power input: 90-264 V AC, 50/60 ± 2 Hz

    Power consumption : : 36 W typical

    Functions:

    (1)D-SUB analog R/G/B separate inputs, H/V sync separated, Composite (H+V) TTL level, SOG sync

    (2) DVI digital Panel Link TMDS inputs

    2.3 Ambient temperature: 0 °C - 35 °C

    3. Electrical characteristics

    3.1 Interface signals

    1). D-Sub Analog

    Input signal : Video, Hsync., Vsync

    Video : 0.7 Vp-p, input impedance, 75 ohm @DC

    Sync. : Separate sync TTL level , input impedance 2.2k ohm terminate

    Hsync Positive/Negative

    Vsync Positive/Negative

    Composite sync TTL level, input impedance 2.2k ohm terminate (Positive/Negative)

    Sync on green video 0.3 Vp-p Negative (Video 0.7 Vp-p Positive)

    2). DVI-D Digital

    Input signal: Single TMDS link (Three channels: RX0-/+, RX1-/+, RX2-/+)

    3.2 Interface

    3.2.1 D-Sub Cable

    Length : 1.8 M +/- 50 mm

    Connector type : D-Sub male with DDC2B pin assignments.

    Blue connector thumb-operated jack screws

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    Pin assignment:

    Pin No. Signal

    1 Red

    2 Green/ SOG

    3 Blue

    4 Sense (GND)

    5 Cable Detect (GND)

    6 Red GND

    7 Green GND

    8 Blue GND

    9 DDC +3.3V or +5V

    10 Logic GND

    11 Sense (GND)

    12 Bi-directional data

    13 H/H+V sync

    14 V-sync

    15 Data clock

    3.2.2 DVI Cable

    The input signals are applied to the display through DVI-D cable.

    Length. : 1.8 M +/- 50 mm

    Connector type . : DVI-D male with DDC-2B pin assignments

    White connector thumb-operated jackscrews

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    Pin Assignment:

    Pin No. Description

    1 T.M.D.S. data2-

    2 T.M.D.S. data2+

    3 T.M.D.S. data2 shield

    4 No Connect

    5 No Connect

    6 DDC clock

    7 DDC data

    8 No Connect

    9 T.M.D.S. data1-

    10 T.M.D.S. data1+

    11 T.M.D.S. data1 shield

    12 No Connect

    13 No Connect

    14 +5V Power

    15 Ground (for +5V) – Cable detect

    16 Hot plug detect

    17 T.M.D.S. data0-

    18 T.M.D.S. data0+

    19 T.M.D.S. data0 shield

    20 No Connect

    21 No Connect

    22 T.M.D.S clock shield

    23 T.M.D.S. clock+

    24 T.M.D.S. clock-

    3.3 Timing requirement

    Factory Preset mode definition :

    1. Perfect FOS (except PHASE)

    while presenting all required timings.

    2. Required timings need to be specified in User's Manual

    Preset mode definition :

    1. Need to support those timings.

    2. Perfect FOS after auto adjustment.

    User mode

    1. Can save those timing that not in Preset mode and can be showed (not over scalar or Panel spec.)

    2. It needs to reserve the 12 timings space in memory size.

    3.3.1 Mode storing capacity

    Factory preset modes : 11

    Preset modes : 45

    User define modes : 12

    Note: 1. Screen displays perfect picture at 11 factory-preset modes.

    2. Screen displays visible picture with OSD warning when input modes are the 45 preset modes.

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    3.3.2 Factory preset modes (11 modes)

    Factory modes and preset modes are defined in the enclosed timing table file.

    Item H.Freq. (KHz) Mode Resolution V.Freq. (Hz) BW(MHz)

    1 31.469 IBM VGA 10H 640x350 70.086 25.175

    Y

    2 31.469 IBM VGA 3H 720x400 70.087 28.322

    Y

    3 31.469 IBM VGA 12H 640x480 59.94 25.175

    Y

    4 35 MACINTOSH 640x480 66.667 30.24

    Y

    5 37.861 VESA 640x480 72.809 31.5 Y

    6 37.5 VESA 640x480 75 31.5

    Y

    7 43.269 VESA 640x480 85.008 36

    Y

    8 35.156 VESA 800x600 56.25 36

    Y

    9 37.879 VESA 800x600 60.317 40 Y

    10 48.077 VESA 800x600 72.188 50 Y

    11 46.875 VESA 800x600 75 49.5

    Y

    12 53.674 VESA 800x600 85.061 56.25

    Y

    13 49.725 MACINTOSH 832x624 74.55 57.283

    Y

    14 56.4 - 960x720 75

    N

    15 44.75 - 960x720 60

    N

    16 48.363 VESA 1024x768 60.004 65 Y

    17 56.476 VESA 1024x768 70.069 75

    Y

    18 60.023 VESA 1024x768 75.029 78.75

    Y

    19 61.08 IBM XGA-2 1024x768 75.782 86.001

    Y

    20 68.677 VESA 1024x768 84.997 94.5

    Y

    21 47.396 CVT 2.3MA 1280 x768 59.995 68.25

    Y

    22 60.289 CVT 2.3MA 1280 x768 74.893 102.25 Y

    23 53.7 1152x864 60 81.624 Y

    24 63.851 VESA 1152x864 70.012 94.5

    Y

    25 67.5 VESA 1152x864 75 108 Y

    26 68.681 MACINTOSH 1152x870 75.62 100 Y

    27 61.82 SUN WS 1152x900 65.977 92.978 Y

    28 71.713 SUN WS 1152x900 76.047 105.561 Y

    29 60 VESA 1280x960 60 108 Y

    30 75.171 VESA 1280x960 75.021 129.895 Y

    31 63.981 VESA 1280x1024 60.02 108 Y

    32 71.691 SUN WS 1280x1024 67.189 117 Y

    33 76.754 DOS/V 1280x1024 72.001 129.56 Y

    34 79.976 VESA 1280x1024 75.025 135 Y

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    35 81.13 SUN WS 1280x1024 76.107 135 Y

    36 91.146 VESA 1280x1024 85.24 157.5 Y

    37 44.772 - 1280x720 59.855 74.5 Y

    38 56.456 - 1280x720 74.777 95.75 Y

    39 64.744

    CVT-reduced

    bl ki

    1400x1050 59.948 101 N

    40 82.278 CVT 1400x1050 74.867 156 N

    41 93.881 CVT 1400x1050 84.96 179.5 N

    42 55.469

    VESA-reduced

    bl ki d

    1440x900 59.901 88.75 Y

    43 55.935 VESA 1440x900 59.887 106.5 Y

    44 70.635 VESA 1440x900 74.984 136.75 Y

    45 75 VESA 1600x1200 60 162 Y

    46 66.587 CVT 2.3MA-R 1920x1080

    59.934 (for

    DVI

    D)

    138.5 Y

    47 65.29 CVT1.76MW 1680x1050 59.954 146.25 Y

    48 64.674 CVT1.76MW-R 1680x1050 59.883 119 Y

    49 74.038 CVT 2.3MA-R 1920x1200

    59.95 (for

    DVI

    D)

    154 Y

    50 61.648 1600x1000 59.91 108.5 Y

    3.3.3 Software control functions via OSD / control adjustable functions:

    Please refer to following Hudson8 OSD definitions

    Reset - No: Exit

    Yes: Auto adjustment for displaying timing mode and recall factory preset

    OSD Languages –8

    Power On Logo: Power On Æ show up Philips logo 3 second Æ change to input signal

    This picture is reference only. The official drawing will send out by PM.

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    OSD Tree

    3.4 Horizontal scanning

    Sync polarity : Positive or Negative

    Scanning frequency : 30 – 83 K Hz

    3.5 Vertical scanning

    Sync polarity : Positive or Negative

    Scanning frequency : 56 - 76 Hz

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    3.6 Power input connection

    Power cord length : 1.8 M

    Power cord type : 3 leads power cord with protective earth plug.

    3.7 Power management

    The monitor must comply with the Microsoft On Now specification, and meet EPA requirements.

    Mode HSYNC VSYNC Video Power-cons. Indication Rec. time

    Power-On On On active 36W typical Green LED --

    Off Off Off blanked < 1 W Amber LED < 3 s

    DC Power Off N/A < 1 W LED Off

    3.8 Display identification

    In accordance with VESA Display Channel Standard Ver.1.0 and DDC 2B capability

    3.9 Display identification

    In accordance with DVI requirement (DDWG digital Visual Interface revision 1.0)

    use DDC-2B, DDC/CI, and EDID V1.3

    3.11 DDC/ CI Support

    In accordance with VESA DDC/CI and MCCS ver.2.0, the monitor should be workable with Protrait Display

    Tune at least.

    3.12 EDID

    Data for EDID & .inf file

    1 User visible strings on .inf file Philips 190S (19inch LCD MONITOR 190S8)

    2 Manufacturer ID ( EDID data) PHL

    3 Product ID, "xxxx" 4 codes MSB(byte 12): 08

    LSB (byte 11): 59

    4 maximum resolution 1280x1024

    5 Horizontal Frequency Range 30~83 KHz

    6 Vertical Frequency Range 56~76Hz

    7 Monitor Name (13 characteries max.) Philips 190S

    3.13 Hot-key definition

    Key Key Press Time OSD Timeout

    Monitor Controls Lock OK(Menu) 6 sec (lock/unlock) 3 sec

    Factory Mode AUTO+ OK+ Power On Keep pressing when power on

    Demo mode for smart image Smart Image Key 3 sec (Enter/Quit)

    DDC/CI On/OFF for VISTA MENU+DOWN 6 sec (lock/unlock) 3 sec

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    3.14 Smart contrast (Dynamic contrast ratio)

    Smart Contrast is a kind of dynamic backlight control.

    This function changes the panel backlight dynamically according to the frame brightness histogram.

    the contrast ratio has to be 3000:1(typical).

    3.15 Smart Image

    3.15.1Smart Image OSD outlook (Economic Æ Economy)

    3.15.2Smart Image OSD outlook

    3.15.2.1 Position

    Pressing the “Smart Image” button, the position is in the bottom center of the screen.

    3.15.2.2 Smart Image Logo & Banner

    As design to keep the Light Frame logo at header but change the name to “SmartImage” with bitmap format.

    3.15.2.3 Icon of each profile

    Each profile will use text instead of icon & text before.

    3.15.2.4 User Operation Procedure

    A. 5 different modes are switched to next in the sequence from 1 to 5 then back to 1 while pressing this button:

    1) Office Work 2) Image Viewing 3) Entertainment 4) Economy 5) Off. The default setting is ‘Off”.

    B. The FOS optimization will be changed in real time by which profile to be scrolled, users don’t need to

    confirm to enable.

    C. The Smart Image OSD will remain on screen for 5 seconds after user last action. Or user can also press

    [MENU] to close the Smart Image OSD immediately.

    D. Except using [MENU] button to scroll down profile. If Smart Image OSD already launched onscreen. User is

    allowed to use up/down key to choose profile and press [MENU] to confirm selection and close the Smart

    Image OSD.

    E. If the model has multiple inputs including VGA and DVI, each input has their own set of profiles. When user

    switch input, the profile to be applied will also change.

    F. Each input can memorize their individual “Smart Image” profile status.

    For example, Smart Image is on with “Office” profile at VGA input, when switch to DVI input, the Smart Image

    will revert to previous profile of DVI. In the input switching process the “Smart Image” OSD will also show up to

    present which profile is selected if “Smart Image” is enabled at that input. The Smart Image status will also be

    stored after the monitor is resumed from AC on/off or power switch on/off.

    3.15.2.5Linkage between Smart Image OSD and main OSD

    A. Settings within main OSD have linkage with Smart Image OSD.

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    i. Brightness

    ii. Contrast

    iii. Color Temperature

    B. Because each preset profiles will define default setting of these 3 parameters. Users can understand what is

    the value of that in preset profile by open the main OSD.

    C. When any SmartImage Lite profile had been enabled. The parameters in main OSD are still available for user

    to adjust. But these adjustments are temporary only. If users switch to another profile and then go back. The

    setting in main OSD will show preset values of that Smart Image profile enabled.

    3.15.2.6 Profile Definitions (system integrators to input at design stages)

    A. Office Work

    i Purpose: Design for general office application, like word processing, Spreadsheet and email. The screen is

    dominated by text.

    ii. Enhancement point:

    1.A little sharpness for increasing the details of e.g. an excel grid. No other type of enancement as it won't

    bring value.

    2. Color temperature remains in 6500°K.

    3. Brightness level should be 70%.

    4. Smart Response set to “Off”.

    5. Smart Contrast set to “Off”.

    B. Entertainment

    i. Purpose: Design for video application, Like Microsoft Media Player or Real Player. The screen is

    dominated by video.

    ii Enhancement Point:

    1. Dynamic contrast enhancement by histogram analysis (DLC) should be implemented.

    2. Sharpness enhanced 90%.

    3. Color enhancement set as the same with Video.

    4. Color temperature set to 7500° (Based on final PQ settings) (if higher)

    5. Brightness level sets to maximum.

    6. SmartResponse set to “High”.(N/A for this model)

    7. Gamma Table turn off to achieve

    8. Fastest response time. (N/A for this model)

    9. Smart Contrast set to “On”

    C. Image Viewing

    i. Purpose: Design for image viewing application, especially in slide show. The screen is dominated by

    picture. Powerpoint presentation could use this profile also.

    ii. Enhancement Point:

    1.Dynamic contrast enhancement by histogram analysis (DLC) should be off.

    2. Sharpness and color to be enhanced 75%.

    3. Color temperature 6500°K

    4. Brightness level sets to maximum.

    5. Smart Response set to “Off”. (N/A for this model)

    6. Smart Contrast set to “Off”.

    D. Economy

    i.Purpose: Adjust brightness level for reducing power consumptions

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    ii.No optimization by Smart Image.

    iii.Design:

    1. Brightness level set to 70%, a little higher brightness level than laptop PC, fine tune brightness level

    before DVT exit.

    2. Color temperature set to 6500K.

    3. Gamma Table is turn on.

    E. Off

    i. Purpose: No optimization by SmartImage.

    ii. Design:

    1. This will follow user OSD setting. If any change by user, it will be saved. When switch back from other

    SmartImage profiles, it will go back to last saved setting.

    2. Gamma Table is turn on to reduce bad color tracking.

    3.15.2.7Demo mode

    A. Purpose: Built-in demo mode for sales in-store demo.

    B. Design:

    i. Dynamically split screen to 2 vertical frames with one vertical white line. The line width is 2 pixels. The

    left frame will be enhanced by SmartImage and right frame remains original performance.

    ii. There is OSD showing “SmartImage On” in left frame and “SmartImage Off ” in right frame.

    iii. The OSD word color is white with transparent background.

    C. The demo profile will be “entertainment profile setting.

    D. Hot keys to trigger:

    Press [Smart Image] 3 seconds or more to trigger the demo mode. When demo mode is On, press 3

    seconds or more to turn off the demo mode. When the demo mode is enabled, the blue LED will

    flash until demo mode disabled.(N/A for this model)

    4. Visual characteristics

    4.1 Test conditions

    Unless otherwise specified, this specification is defined under the following conditions.

    (1) Input signal : As defined in 3.3, 1280 x 1024

    non-interlaced mode (1280 x 1024@60Hz 108MHz), signal

    sources must have 75 ohm output impedance.

    (2) Luminance setting : controls to be set to 300 nits (typical) with

    full screen 100 % duty cycle white signal

    (3) Warm up: more than 30 minutes after power on with signal supplied.

    (4) Ambient light: 400 -- 600 lux.

    (5) Ambient temperature: 20 ± 5 °C

    4.2 Brightness

    Follow Panel specification.

    4.3 Image size

    Actual display size 373.3 x 301.1 mm

    4.4 Brightness uniformity

    Set contrast at 100% and turn the brightness at 100%.

    Apply the Fig 1, it should comply with the following formula:

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    B_min

    X 100% >75%

    B_max

    Where B_max =Maximum brightness, B_min = Minimum brightness

    4.5 Check Cross talk (S)

    Apply Pattern 2. Set contrast and brightness at 100 %.

    Measure YA. Then output Pattern 3 and measure YB.

    the cross talk value :

    ABS ( YA - YB )

    ⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯ X 100% < 1.5 %

    YA

    4.6 White color adjustment

    There are seven factory preset white color 11500K, 9300K, 8200K, 7500K, 6500K, sRGB, 5000K

    Apply full gray64 pattern, with brightness in 100 % position and the contrast control at 50 % position.

    The 1931 CIE Chromaticity (color triangle) diagram (x ,y) coordinate for the screen center should be:

    Product specification

    CIE coordinates (x,y)

    11500K

    x = 0.272 ± 0.02

    y = 0.283 ± 0.02

    9300K

    x = 0.283 ± 0.02

    y = 0.297 ± 0.02

    8200K

    x = 0.292 ± 0.02

    y = 0.307 ± 0.02

    7500K

    x = 0.299 ± 0.02

    y = 0.315 ± 0.02

    6500K/sRGB

    x = 0.313 ± 0.02

    y = 0.329 ± 0.02

    sRGB

    x = 0.313 ± 0.02

    y = 0.329 ± 0.02

    5000K

    x = 0.346 ± 0.02

    y = 0.359 ± 0.02

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    Production alignment spec.

    CIE coordinates (x,y)

    11500K x = 0.272 ± 0.005

    y = 0.283 ± 0.005

    9300K x = 0.283 ± 0.005

    y = 0.297 ± 0.005

    8200K x = 0.292 ± 0.005

    y = 0.307 ± 0.005

    7500K x = 0.299 ± 0.005

    y = 0.315 ± 0.005

    6500K/sRGB x = 0.313 ± 0.005

    y = 0.329 ± 0.005

    sRGB x = 0.313 ± 0.005

    y = 0.329 ± 0.005

    5000K x = 0.346 ± 0.005

    y = 0.359 ± 0.005

    Quality Inspection specification:

    CIE coordinates (x,y)

    9300K x = 0.283 ± 0.015

    y = 0.297 ± 0.015

    6500K/sRGB x = 0.313 ± 0.015

    y = 0.329 ± 0.015

    sRGB x = 0.313 ± 0.015

    y = 0.329 ± 0.015

    5. Mechanical characteristics

    5.1 Cosmetic - Philips ID

    5.2 Mechanical data files - ProE files required

    5.3 Location of Philips logo - Per Philips make-up sheet

    5.4 Gap between panel and front bezel < 0.8 (typ) mm

    5.5 Location of Control icons - Per Philips Graphic sheet

    5.6 Color for resin/paint - Per Philips make-up sheet

    5.7 Resins

    z RoHS required

    z WEEE required.

    z Resin type/selection refer to Project Book Section 7.2 Plastic material.

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    5.8 If paint is used

    z RoHS required

    z WEEE require

    z If new painting type need to implement, refer to UN-D 1235.

    5.9 Plastic mold tooling

    z Tooling to be designed to minimize cosmetic defects induced by molding process (sink, blush, weld lines,

    gate marks, ejector marks, etc.). Refer to “TYV61-90007”.

    z Painting to cover up cosmetic defects due to molding is strongly discouraged.

    5.10 Plastics flammability

    z All Plastics to be Flame Retardant UL 94-V0 or Better (if monitor weighs less than 18kg; UL94-V0 is OK).

    z Base / Pedestal to be Flame Retardant UL 94-HB.

    z All major plastic parts (bezel, back cover, base) need to be molded from same resin.

    z ABS V0 is allowed to implement in China region for monitor body major plastic parts

    (bezel, back cover, base).

    z Plastic resin type selection should be referred to “TY R83-2-9002-1”s.

    5.11 Texture/Glossing of housing

    z The texture area and texture no should follow Philips make-up sheet.

    z The exterior surfaces shall have a uniform texture.

    z Philips must approve the mold texturing.

    z Detail document for texture refer to “UN-D249”, “UN-D 600”.

    z < = 20 gloss units

    5.12 Tilt and swivel base

    z Tilt angle : -5 ° +2/- 0 ° (forward)

    +20 °+3/-0 ° (backward)

    z Swivel angle : ±45° ( not request for 190S8 )

    z

    High Adjustment : 130mm ( not request for 190S8 )

    z Portrait Display : -1° +1/-0°~+91° +0/-1° CCW ( not request for 190S8 )

    5.13 Kensington Lock

    z Must meet Kensington_slot.spec “TYE-M0004”.

    z MMD request metal plate in Kinsington hole.

    5.14 Label

    z Regulatory label / Carton label should follow Philips requirement.

    z China RoHS label

    z Detail document refer to Philips Engineering Reference Book.

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    5.15 Product dimension / Weight (Refer to SHT 191 )

    z Unit dimension : 424.05mm (W) * 418.8 (H) * 210.82mm(D)

    z Packed unit dimension : ???mm(W) * ???mm(H) * ??? mm(D) for WW

    : 492mm(W) * 456mm(H) * 175 mm(D) for China

    z Net weight :

    ?Kg (Including I/F cable ? g)

    z Gross weight : ? Kg for WW

    : ? Kg for China

    5.16 Transportation

    Transportation standards refer to TYE-M0002.

    5.16.1 Transportation packages

    Packaging and wrapping shall be sufficient to protect the product against damage or loss during shipment from

    the supplier to the destination specified in the purchase order. All packaging materials are subject to test and

    evaluation per TYE-M0002. The cushion material shall be constructed using EPS material.

    5.16.2 Transportation Test

    The overall test refer to TYE-M0002.

    Vibration, drop test should be performed at ambient temperature(20°C to 23oC) and relative humidity (40% to

    65% ).

    A. Transportation test specification for all regions except China/India

    • Package test

    1. Random Vibration test

    2. Drop test

    3. Cold Drop test (for design reference)

    • Un-package test

    1. Half sine shock test (non operation)

    B. Transportation test specification for China/India

    • Package test

    1. Random Vibration test

    2. Drop test

    3. Cold Drop test (for design reference)

    • Un-package test

    1. Sine vibration (operating)

    2. Half sine shock test (non operation)

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    5.17 Pallet / Container loading

    Transportation standards refer to TYE-M0002.

    z Air shipment -

    z Sea container 20'(pallet/slip sheet)

    z Sea container 40'(pallet/slip sheet)

    z Sea container 40' High Cube (pallet/slip sheet)

    z Truck shipment-

    Transportation request for all region except China/India

    A. Air shipment

    B. Container loading for WW

    Transportation request for China and India

    A. Container loading for China and India

    B. Truck loading

    6. Environmental characteristics

    The following sections define the interference and susceptibility condition limits that might occur

    between external environment and the display device.

    6.1 Susceptibility of display to external environment

    Operating

    - Temperature : 0 to 35 degree C

    - Humidity : 80% max

    - Altitude : 0-3658m

    - Air pressure : 600-1100 mBAR

    Storage

    - Temperature : -20 to 60 degree C

    - Humidity : 95% max

    - Altitude : 0-12192m

    - Air pressure : 300-1100 mBAR

    Note: recommend at 5 to 35°C, Humidity less than 60 %

    6.2 Transportation tests

    Refer to 5.15.2

    6.3 Display disturbances from external environment

    According to IEC 801-2 for ESD disturbances

    6.4 Display disturbances to external environment

    7. Reliability

    7.1 Mean Time Between Failures

    System MTBF (Including the LCD panel and CCFL) : 50,000 hrs

    8. Quality assurance requirements

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    8.1 Acceptance test

    According to MIL-STD-105D Control II level

    AQL: 0.4 (major)

    1.5 (minor)

    (Please also refer to annual quality agreement)

    Customer acceptance criteria: UAW0377/00

    9. Philips’ Flat Panel Monitors Pixel Defect Policy

    Philips’ Flat Panel Monitors Pixel Defect Policy

    BRIGHT DOT DEFECTS ACCEPTABLE LEVEL

    MODEL

    190S8

    1 lit sub-pixel 3

    2 adjacent lit sub-pixels 1

    3 adjacent lit sub-pixels (one white pixel) 0

    Distance between two bright dots 15mm

    Bright dot defects within 20 mm circle 0

    Total bright dot defects of all type 3

    BLACK DOT DEFECTS ACCEPTABLE LEVEL

    MODEL

    190S8

    1 dark sub-pixel 5

    2 adjacent dark sub-pixels 2

    3 adjacent dark sub-pixels (one white pixel) 1

    Distance between two black dots 15mm

    Black dot defects within 20 mm circle* 1

    Total black dot defects of all type 5

    TOTAL DOT DEFECTS ACCEPTABLE LEVEL

    MODEL

    190S8

    Total bright or black dot defects of all type 5

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    Fig 1: Measurement locations of Brightness Uniformity

    Fig 2: Cross talk pattern

    Gray level 46 (64 Gray level)

    YA

    1/2

    1/2

    1/6

    Fig 3: Cross talk Pattern

    Center at Gray level 0 (Black)

    YB

    1/2

    1/2

    1/6

    1/3 1/3

    1/3

    1/3

    1/3

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    D

    VIDEO

    C

    E

    SEPARATE SYNC.

    HORIZONTAL

    B

    A

    R

    VIDEO

    Q

    S

    P

    O

    D

    VIDEO

    C

    E

    B

    A

    VERTICAL

    HORIZONTAL

    COMPOSITE SYNC.

    FIG-4 TIMING CHART -1

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    10. REGULATORY COMPLIANCE

    10.1 Worldwide Regulatory

    Country

    Domain Safety / EMC / Ergonomics / Standards Documents

    International Sa

    IEC60950-1:2001. Group -and national differences

    of all countries listed in CB Bulletin No. 107A

    CB Report

    and CB

    certificate

    Europe

    Sa

    European Low Voltage Directives 73/23/EEC and

    93/68/EEC

    Declaration of

    Conformity

    E

    European Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive

    89/336/EEC amended by the directive 93/68/EEC.

    EN 55022:1998 Class B

    Declaration of

    Conformity

    and Full

    EMC/CE test

    report

    EN 55024: 1998

    EN 61000-3-2: 2000

    IEC 61000-3-3: 1994/EN61000-3-3: 1995

    CISPR 22:1997 Class B International EMC standard

    Germany

    Sa EN60950-1:2001 TUV certificate

    O ISO 13406-2: 2001 & prEN 50279:1998

    TUV-ERG

    certificate

    O GS-Mark / EK1-ITB 2000

    TUV-GS

    certificate

    Sweden

    Sa EN60950-1:2001

    SEMKO

    certificate

    O TCO 99 (TCO03)

    TCO99

    (TCO03)

    report +

    certificate

    Russia Sa GOST R 50377-1992

    GOST

    certificate

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    South Africa Sa SABS IEC 60950

    Certificate of

    Conformity

    USA

    Sa UL 60950-1: 2003 UL certificate

    E FCC Part 15 Class B FCC ID grant

    O Energy Star

    EPA

    registration

    Canada

    Sa CSA C22.2 No 60950 CSA certificate

    E ICES-003 issue 3

    Statement on

    label

    Mexico Sa NOM-019-SCFI-1994

    NOM

    certificate

    Korea

    Sa Korean Safety Control law IEC 60950 eK certificate

    E

    Regulations laws: EMI 1996-78, 80. EMS

    1996-79,81

    MIC certificate

    Singapore Sa IEC60950 PSB certificate

    China

    Sa GB4943-2001

    CCC certificate

    E GB9254-1998; 17625.1-2003

    Taiwan

    Sa CNS-14336 (IEC 60950-1)

    BSMI

    certificate

    E CNS-13438 (CISPR22) Class B

    Sa = Safety

    E = Electromagnetic Compatibility

    O = Other which including recycling, energy saving, ergonomics

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    10.2 EMC Requirements

    Supplier DVT EMI test result must be submitted prior to DVT samples delivery, and PVT EMI test result must be

    submitted again prior to PVT samples delivery, which also has to meet Philips' immunity testing specification.

    10.3 RoHS

    Restriction on the use of certain hazardous substances. Lead, Cadmium, Mercury, Hexavalent Chromium,

    Polybrominated Bipheny1 (PBB) and Polybrominated Bipheny1 Ether (PBDE)(flame retardant).

    10.4 WEEE

    Producer (Philips) responsible for retailer take back schemes and recycling.

    --System implemented.

    --Collection and recycle targets.

    10.5 Ongoing Regulatory

    There's a possibility that other regulatory certificates will be required during the life of the product. It is the

    responsibility of the supplier to provide related documentation.

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    TELEVISION/MONITOR SAFFTY GUIDELINES FOR THE PROFESSIONAL SERVICE TECHNICIAN

    Safety Checks

    Fire and Shock Hazard

    Implosion

    X-radiation

    After the original service problem has been corrected,a complete safety check

    should be made. Be sure to check over the entire set, not just the areas

    where you have worked. Some previous servicer may have left an unsafe

    condition,which could be unknowingly passed on to your customer. Be sure

    to check all of the following:

    1. Be sure all components are positioned in such a way as to avoid the

    possibility of adjacent component shorts. This is especially important

    on those chassis which are transported to and from the service shop.

    2. Never release a repaired unit unless all protective devices such as

    insulators, barries, covers, strain reliefs, and other hardware have been

    installed in accordance with the original design.

    3. Soldering and wiring must be inspected to locate possible cold solder

    joints,solder splashes,sharp solder points, frayed leads, pinched leads,

    or damaged insulation ( including the ac cord).Be certain to remove

    loose solder balls and all other loose foreign particles.

    4. Check across-the-line components and other components for physical

    evidence of damage or deterioration and replace if necessary. Follow

    original layout,lead length, and dress.

    5. No lead or component should touch a receiving tube or a resistor rated

    at 1 watt or more. Lead tension around protruding metal surfaces or

    edges must be avoided.

    6. Critical components having special safety characteristics are identified

    withansbytheRef.No.inthepartslistandenclosedwithinabrokenline

    * (where several critical components are grouped in one area) along with

    the safety symbols on the schematic diagrams and/or exploded views.

    7. When servicing any unit, always use a separate isolation transformer

    for the chassis Failure to use a separate isolation transformer may

    expose you to possible shock hazard, and may cause damage to

    servicing instruments.

    8. Many electronic products use a polarized ac line cord (one wide pin on

    the plug.) Defeating this safety feature may create a potential hazard to

    the service and the user. Extension cords which do not incorporate the

    polarizing feature should never be used.

    9. After reassembly of the unit, always perform an leakage test or resistance

    test from the line cord to all exposed metal parts of the cabinet. Also check

    all metal control shafts(with knobs removed), antenna terminals, handles,

    screws, etc. to be sure the unit may be safety operated without danger of

    electrical shock.

    * Broken line

    1. All picture tubes used in current model receivers are equipped with an

    integral implosion system. Care should always be used, and safety

    glasses worn,whenever handling any picture tube. Avoid scratching or

    otherwise damaging the picture tube during installation.

    2. Use only replacement tubes specified by the manufacturer.

    1. Be sure procedures and instructions to all your service personnel cover

    the subject of X-radiation. Potential sources of X-rays in TV receivers are

    the picture tube and the high voltage circuits. The basic precaution which

    must be exercised is to keep the high voltage at the factory recommended

    level.

    2. To avoid possible exposure to X-radiation and electrical shock, only the

    manufacturer's specified anode connectors must be used.

    3. It is essential that the service technician has an accurate HV meter

    available at all times. The calibration of this meter should be checked

    periodically against a reference standard.

    4. When the HV circuitry is operating properly there is no possibility of an x-

    radiation problem. High voltage should always be kept at the manufacturer's

    rated value-no higher - for optimum performance. Every time a color set is

    serviced, the brightness should be run up and down while monitoring the

    HV with a meter to be certain that the HV is regulated correctly and does

    not exceed the specified value. We suggest that you and your technicians

    review test procedures so that HV and HV regulation are always checked as

    a standard servicing procedure, and the reason for this prudent routine is

    clearly understood by everyone. It is important to use an accurate and

    reliable HV meter. It is recommended that the HV recorded on each

    customer's invoice, which will demonstrate a proper concern for the

    customer's safety.

    5. When troubleshooting and making test measurements in a receiver with

    a problem of excessive high voltage, reduce the line voltage by means of

    a Variac to bring the HV into acceptable limits while troubleshooting. Do

    not operate the chassis longer than necessary to locate the cause of the

    excessive HV.

    :

    :

    WARNING OFF

    SERVICE NOTE

    Before removing the CRT anode cap, turn the unit and short the HIGH VOLTAGE to the CRT DAG ground.

    The CRT DAG is not at chassis ground.

    6. New picture tubes are specifically designed to withstand higher operathng

    voltages without creating undesirable X-radiation. It is strongly

    recommended that any shop test fixture which is to be used with the new

    higher voltage chassis be equipped with one of the new type tubes

    designed for this service. Addition of a permanently connected HV meter

    to the shop test fixture is advisable. The CRT types used in these new

    sets should never be replaced with any other types, as this may result in

    excessive X-radiation.

    7. It is essential to use the specified picture tube to avoid a possible X-diation

    problem.

    8. Most TV receivers contain some type of emergency "Hold Down" circuit to

    prevent HV from rising to excessive levels in the presence of a failure

    mode. These various circuits should be understood by all technicians

    servicing them, especially since many hold down circuits are inoperative

    as long as the receiver performs normally.

    1. Unplug the ac line cord and connect a jumper between the two prongs of

    the plug.

    2. Turn on the power switch.

    3. Measure the resistance value between the jumpered ac plug and all

    exposed cabinet parts of the receiver, such as screw heads, antennas,

    and control shafts. When the exposed metallic part has a return path to

    the chassis, the reading should be between 1 megohm and 5.2 megohms.

    When the exposed metal does not have a return path to the chassis, the

    reading must be infinity. Remove the jumper from the ac line cord.

    1. Do not use an isolation transformer for this test. Plug the completely

    reassembled receiver directly into the ac outlet.

    2. Connect a 1.5k, 10w resistor paralleled by a 0.15uf. capacitor between

    each exposed metallic cabinet part and a good earth ground such as a

    water pipe, as shown above.

    3. Use an ac voltmeter with at least 5000 ohms volt sensitivity to measure

    the potential across the resistor.

    4. The potential at any point should not exceed 0.75 volts. A leakage current

    tester may be used to make this test; leakage current must not exceed

    0.5 milliamps. If a measurement is outside of the specified limits, there is

    a possibility of shock hazard. The receiver should be repaired and

    rechecked before returning it to the customer.

    5. Repeat the above procedure with the ac plug reversed.( Note: An ac

    adapter is necessary when a polarized plug is used. Do not defeat the

    polarizing feature of the plug.)

    The primary source of X-radiation in this television receiver is the picture

    tube. The picture tube utilized in this chassis is specially constructed to limit

    X-radiation emissions. For continued X-radiation protection, the replacement

    tube must be the same type as the original, including suffix letter, or a Philips

    approved type.

    Many electrical and mechanical parts in Philips television sets have special

    safety related characteristics. These characteristics are often not evident from

    visual inspection nor can the protection afforded by them necessarily be

    obtained by using replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage,

    etc. The use of a substitute part which does not have the same safety

    characteristics as the Philips recommended replacement part shown in this

    service manual may create shock, fire, or other hazards

    Leakage Current Cold Check

    Leakage Current Hot Check

    Picture Tube Replacement

    Parts Replacement

    1500 ohm, 10W

    0.15 uF

    WATER

    PIPE

    EARTH

    GROUND

    TO

    INSTRUMENTS

    EXPOSED

    METAL PARTS

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