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ORDER NO.

ARP3267
PDP-506PE

PLASMA DISPLAY

PDP-506PE
PDP-506PU

THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Model

Type

Power Requirement

PDP-506PE

WYVI

AC220 - 240V

PDP-506PU

KUCXC

Remarks

AC120V

This service manual should be used together with the following manual(s).
Model No.
PDP-506PE, PDP-506PU

Order No.
ARP3268

Remarks
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM, PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM

Note:
Media Receivers up to Generation 5 (G5) cannot be connected with this unit.
Be sure to use a Media Receiver of Generation 6 (G6) (ex.: PDP-R06**, etc.).

For details, refer to " Important Check Points for good servicing " .

PIONEER CORPORATION

4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan
PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936

PIONEER CORPORATION 2005
T-IZY SEPT. 2005 printed in Japan

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SAFETY INFORMATION
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This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians ; it is not meant for the casual
do-it-yourselfer. Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been
trained to properly and safely repair complex products such as those covered by this manual.
Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may
void the warranty. If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely,
you should not risk trying to do so and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.

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WARNING
This product contains lead in solder and certain electrical parts contain chemicals which are known to the state of California to
cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6 - Proposition 65

NOTICE
(FOR CANADIAN MODEL ONLY)
Fuse symbols
(fast operating fuse) and/or
must be of identical designation.

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(slow operating fuse) on PCB indicate that replacement parts

REMARQUE
(POUR MOD?LE CANADIEN SEULEMENT)
Les symboles de fusible
(fusible de type rapide) et/ou
de remplacement doivent avoir la m?me désignation.

(fusible de type lent) sur CCI indiquent que les pi?ces

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

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NOTICE : Comply with all cautions and safety related notes
located on or inside the cabinet and on the chassis.
The following precautions should be observed :
1. When service is required, even though the PDP UNIT an
isolation transformer should be inserted between the power line
and the set in safety before any service is performed.
2. When replacing a chassis in the set, all the protective devices
must be put back in place, such as barriers, nonmetallic knobs,
adjustment and compartment covershields, isolation resistorcapacitor, etc.
3. When service is required, observe the original lead dress. Extra
precaution should be taken to assure correct lead dress in the
high voltage circuitry area.
4. Always use the manufacture's replacement components.
Especially critical components as indicated on the circuit
diagram should not be replaced by other manufacture's.
Furthermore where a short circuit has occurred, replace those
components that indicate evidence of overheating.
5. Before returning a serviced set to the customer, the service
technician must thoroughly test the unit to be certain that it is
completely safe to operate without danger of electrical shock,
and be sure that no protective device built into the set by the
manufacture has become defective, or inadvertently defeated
during servicing. Therefore, the following checks should be
performed for the continued protection of the customer and
servicetechnician.

6. Perform the following precautions against unwanted radiation
and rise in internal temperature.
o Always return the internal wiring to the original styling.
o Attach parts (Gascket, Ferrite Core, Ground, Rear Cover,
Shield Case etc.) surely after disassembly.
7. Perform the following precautions for the PDP panel.
o When the front case is removed, make sure nothing hits the
panel face, panel corner, and panel edge (so that the glass does
not break).
o Make sure that the panel vent does not break. (Check that the
cover is attached.)
o Handle the FPC connected to the panel carefully.
Twisting or pulling the FPC when connecting it to the
connector will cause it to peel off from the panel.
8. Pay attention to the following.
o Pay extreme caution when the front case and rear panel are
removed because this may cause a high risk of disturbance to
TVs and radios in the surrounding.

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Leakage Current Cold Check

PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE

With the AC plug removed from an AC power source, place a
jumper across the two plug prongs. Turn the AC power switch on.
Using an insulation tester (DC 500V), connect one lead to the
jumpered AC plug and touch the other lead to each exposed metal
part (input/output terminals, screwheads, metal overlays, control
shafts, etc.), particularly any exposed metal part having a return
path to the chassis. Exposed metal parts having a return path to
the chassis should have a minimum resistor reading of 0.3M Ohm
a nd a maximum resistor reading of 5M Ohm . Any resistor value
below or above this range indicates an abnormality which requires
corrective action. Exposed metal parts not having a return path to
the chassis will indicate an open circuit.

Many electrical and mechanical parts in PIONEER set have
special safety related characteristics. These are often not evident
from visual inspection nor the protection afforded by them
necessarily can be obtained by using replacement components
rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement parts which
have these special safety characteristics are identified in this
Service Manual.
Electrical components having such features are identified by
marking with a on the schematics and on the parts list in this
Service Manual.
The use of a substitute replacement component which dose not
have the same safety characteristics as the PIONEER
recommended replacement one, shown in the parts list in this
Service Manual, may create shock, fire or other hazards.
Product Safety is continuously under review and new instructions
are issued from time to time. For the latest information, always
consult the current PIONEER Service Manual. A subscription to,
or additional copies of, PIONEER Service Manual may be
obtained at a nominal charge from PIONEER.

Leakage Current Hot Check
Plug the AC line cord directly into an AC power source (do not
use an isolation transformer for this check).
Turn the AC power switch on.
U s i n g a " L e a k a g e C u r r e n t Te s t e r ( S i m p s o n M o d e l 2 2 9
equivalent) " , measure for current from all exposed metal parts of
the cabinet (input/output terminals, screwheads, metal overlays,
control shaft, etc.), particularly any exposed metal part having a
return path to the chassis, to a known earth ground (water pipe,
conduit, etc.). Any current measured must not exceed 0.5mA.

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Reading should
Leakage not be above
current 0.5mA
tester

Device
under
test
Test all
exposed metal
surfaces

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Also test with
plug reversed
(Using AC adapter
plug as required)

Earth
ground

AC Leakage Test
A N Y M E A S U R E M E N T S N OT W I T H I N T H E L I M I T S
OUTLINED ABOVE ARE INDICATIVE OF A POTENTIAL
SHOCK HAZARD AND MUST BE CORRECTED BEFORE
RETURNING THE SET TO THE CUSTOMER.

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High Voltage Generating Point

Charged Section
The places where the commercial AC power is used without
passing through the power supply transformer.
If the places are touched, there is a risk of electric shock. In
addition, the measuring equipment can be damaged if it is
connected to the GND of the charged section and the GND of the
non-charged section while connecting the set directly to the
commercial AC power supply. Therefore, be sure to connect the
set via an insulated transformer and supply the current.

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1. Power Cord
2. AC Inlet
3. Power Switch (S1)
4. Fuse (In the POWER SUPPLY Unit)
5. STB Transformer and Converter Transformer
(In the POWER SUPPLY Unit)
6. Other primary side of the POWER SUPPLY Unit

The places where voltage is 100V or more except for the charged
places described above. If the places are touched, there is a risk of
electric shock.
I f t h e p r o c e d u r e s d e s c r i b e d i n " 7 . 1 . 5 P OW E R O N / O F F
FUNCTION FOR THE LARGE-SIGNAL SYSTEM" are
performed before the power is turned off, the voltage will be
discharged in about 30 seconds.
1. POWER SUPPLY Unit.....................................................(205V)
2. 50 X DRIVE Assy .......................................... (-180V to 205V)
3. 50 Y DRIVE Assy .......................................................... (500V)
4. 50 SCAN A Assy ............................................................ (500V)
5. 50 SCAN B Assy ............................................................ (500V)
6. SUS CLAMP 1 Assy .......................................(-180V to 205V)
7. SUS CLAMP 2 Assy .......................................(-180V to 205V)

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: Part is Charged Section.
: Part is the High Voltage Generating Points
other than the Charged Section.
50 SCAN B Assy

50 Y DRIVE Assy

POWER SUPPLY Unit

50 X DRIVE Assy

SUS CLAMP 1 Assy

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AC Inlet

50 SCAN A Assy

SUS CLAMP 2 Assy

Power Switch (S1)

Fig.1 Charged Section and High Voltage Generating Point (Rear View)
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[Important Check Points for Good Servicing]
In this manual, procedures that must be performed during repairs are marked with the below symbol.
Please be sure to confirm and follow these procedures.

1. Product safety
Please conform to product regulations (such as safety and radiation regulations), and maintain a safe servicing environment by
following the safety instructions described in this manual.
1 Use specified parts for repair.
Use genuine parts. Be sure to use important parts for safety.
2 Do not perform modifications without proper instructions.
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Please follow the specified safety methods when modification(addition/change of parts) is required due to interferences such as
radio/TV interference and foreign noise.
3 Make sure the soldering of repaired locations is properly performed.
When you solder while repairing, please be sure that there are no cold solder and other debris.
Soldering should be finished with the proper quantity. (Refer to the example)
4 Make sure the screws are tightly fastened.
Please be sure that all screws are fastened, and that there are no loose screws.
5 Make sure each connectors are correctly inserted.
Please be sure that all connectors are inserted, and that there are no imperfect insertion.

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6 Make sure the wiring cables are set to their original state.
Please replace the wiring and cables to the original state after repairs.
In addition, be sure that there are no pinched wires, etc.
7 Make sure screws and soldering scraps do not remain inside the product.
Please check that neither solder debris nor screws remain inside the product.
8 There should be no semi-broken wires, scratches, melting, etc. on the coating of the power cord.
Damaged power cords may lead to fire accidents, so please be sure that there are no damages.
If you find a damaged power cord, please exchange it with a suitable one.
9 There should be no spark traces or similar marks on the power plug.

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When spark traces or similar marks are found on the power supply plug, please check the connection and advise on secure
connections and suitable usage. Please exchange the power cord if necessary.
0 Safe environment should be secured during servicing.
When you perform repairs, please pay attention to static electricity, furniture, household articles, etc. in order to prevent injuries.
Please pay attention to your surroundings and repair safely.

2. Adjustments
To keep the original performance of the products, optimum adjustments and confirmation of characteristics within specification.
Adjustments should be performed in accordance with the procedures/instructions described in this manual.
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3. Lubricants, Glues, and Replacement parts
Use grease and adhesives that are equal to the specified substance.
Make sure the proper amount is applied.

4. Cleaning
For parts that require cleaning, such as optical pickups, tape deck heads, lenses and mirrors used in projection monitors, proper
cleaning should be performed to restore their performances.

5. Shipping mode and Shipping screws
To protect products from damages or failures during transit, the shipping mode should be set or the shipping screws should be
installed before shipment. Please be sure to follow this method especially if it is specified in this manual.

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CONTENTS
1. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 7
2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST ............................................................................................................ 8
2.1 PACKING SECTION .................................................................................................................................. 8
2.2 REAR SECTION ...................................................................................................................................... 10
2.3 FRONT SECTION.................................................................................................................................... 12
2.4 CHASSIS SECTION (1/2) ........................................................................................................................ 14
2.5 CHASSIS SECTION (2/2) ........................................................................................................................ 16
2.6 PDP SERVICE ASSY 506P (AWU1134) ................................................................................................. 18
3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .......................................................................................... 20
3.1 OVERALL CONNECTION DIAGRAM...................................................................................................... 20
3.2 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM.................................................................................................................. 22
3.3 50 ADDRESS ASSY ................................................................................................................................ 24
3.4 50 SCAN A and B ASSYS ....................................................................................................................... 25
3.5 50 X DRIVE, SUS CLAMP 1 and SUS CLAMP 2 ASSYS ....................................................................... 26
3.6 50 Y DRIVE ASSY ................................................................................................................................... 27
3.7 HD DIGITAL ASSY................................................................................................................................... 28
3.8 HD AUDIO ASSY ..................................................................................................................................... 29
3.9 POWER SUPPLY UNIT............................................................................................................................ 30
3.10 WAVEFORMS ........................................................................................................................................ 31
5. PCB PARTS LIST ........................................................................................................................................... 33
6. ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................................................... 41
6.1 ADJUSTMENT REQUIRED WHEN THE SET IS REPAIRED OR REPLACED ....................................... 41
6.2 RS-232C COMMAND .............................................................................................................................. 42
6.3 METHOD FOR REPLACING THE SERVICE PANEL ASSY.................................................................... 58
7. GENERAL INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................. 62
7.1 DIAGNOSIS ............................................................................................................................................. 62
7.1.1 PCB LOCATION ................................................................................................................................ 62
7.1.2 DIAGNOSIS OF SHUTDOWN/POWER-DOWN INDICATED BY LEDS............................................ 63
7.1.3 OVERVIEW OF PANEL FACTORY MODE ........................................................................................ 66
7.1.4 OPERATION WHEN THE MEDIA RECEIVER IS NOT CONNECTED.............................................. 75
7.1.5 POWER ON/OFF FUNCTION FOR THE LARGE-SIGNAL SYSTEM ............................................... 76
7.1.6 BACKUP WHEN THE MAIN UNIT IS ADJUSTED ............................................................................ 77
7.1.7 HOW TO CLEAR HISTORY DATA ..................................................................................................... 79
7.1.8 DISASSEMBLY.................................................................................................................................. 81
7.2 IC ............................................................................................................................................................. 85
8. PANEL FACILITIES ........................................................................................................................................ 94

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1. SPECIFICATIONS
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Item

50 " Plasma Display, Model: PDP-506PE

50 " Plasma Display, Model: PDP-506PU

Number of Pixels

1280 × 768 pixels

1280 × 768 pixels

Audio Amplifier

13 W + 13 W (1 kHz, 10 %, 8Ohm)

13 W + 13 W (1 kHz, 10 %, 8Ohm)

Surround System

SRS/FOCUS/TruBass

SRS/FOCUS/TruBass

Power Requirement

220 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, 344 W (0.4 W Standby)

120 V AC, 60 Hz, 355 W (0.2 W Standby)

Dimensions

1224 (W) × 717 (H) × 92 (D) mm

1224 (W) × 717 (H) × 92 (D) mm
(48 3/16 (W) × 28 1/4 (H) × 3 5/8 (D) inches)

Weight

31.8 kg (70.1 lbs.)

31.8 kg (70.1 lbs.)

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o Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Trademarks
o FOCUS, WOW, SRS and (?)? symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc.
FOCUS and SRS technologies are incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc.
o This product includes FontAvenue? fonts licensed by NEC Corporation.
FontAvenue is a registered trademark of NEC Corporation.
o HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing
LLC.
o The names of companies or institutions are trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective companies or institutions.

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Accessories

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Power cord (2 m)
For PDP-506PE

For PDP-506PU

Warranty card
(ADG1214)

(ADG1215)

Cleaning cloth
(AED1285)
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Only the power cord that is appropriate in your country or region
is supplied.
Binder Assy (AEC1908)

Speed clamp x 3

Ferrite Core (ATX1039)(PDP-506PE only)

Bead band x 3

Cable tie

Ferrite core
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2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST
NOTES:
A

Parts marked by " NSP " are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
The
mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
Screws adjacent to mark on product are used for disassembly.
For the applying amount of lubricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual.
(In the case of no amount instructions, apply as you think it appropriate.)

2.1 PACKING SECTION

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PDP-506PEonly

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PDP-506PE only
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9

3
2

D

15

8

6
4
5
PDP-506PE
only

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(1) PACKING SECTION PARTS LIST
Mark No.
& gt;

Description

Part No.

1
2
3
4
NSP 5

Power Cord
Binder Assy
Cleaning Cloth
Polyethylene Bag S
Catalogue Bag

See Contrast table (2)
AEC1908
AED1285
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)

NSP 6
& gt;
7
8
9
10

Warranty card
Ferrite Core
Pad (50T-L)
Pad (50T-R)
Pad (50B-L)

See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)

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12
13
14
15

Pad (50B-R)
Power Cord Case
Under Carton
Upper Carton
Mirror Mat

See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)

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Caution Card

See Contrast table (2)

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B

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(2) CONTRAST TABLE
PDP-506PE/WYVI and PDP-506PU/KUCXC are constructed the same except for the following:
Mark No.
& gt;
NSP
NSP
& gt;

PDP-506PE/WYVI

PDP-506PU/KUCXC

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4
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Power Cord
Polyethylene Bag S
Catalogue Bag
Warranty Card
Ferrite Core

Symbol and Description

ADG1214
AHG1338
AHG1340
ARY1114
ATX1039

ADG1215
AHG1348
AHG1347
ARY1145
Not used

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9
10
11
12

Pad (50T-L)
Pad (50T-R)
Pad (50B-L)
Pad (50B-R)
Power Cord Case

AHA2427
AHA2428
AHA2429
AHA2430
AHC1073

AHA2459
AHA2460
AHA2461
AHA2462
Not used

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13
14
14
15

Under Carton (50)
Under Carton (506PU)
Upper Carton (506PE)
Upper Carton (506PU)
Mirror Mat

AHD3344
Not used
AHD3345
Not used
AHG1284

Not used
AHD3379
Not used
AHD3383
AHG1352

ARM1232

ARM1239

16 Caution Card

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E

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2.2 REAR SECTION
A

16

15

4
11

15

15

8 PDP-506PE
only
15

15
15
4

7

B

16
16

6

11

3
C

15
15

2

12
13
15
14
15

To Power Switch

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D

5

5

E

Refer to
" 2.3 FRONT SECTION " .

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(1) REAR SECTION PARTS LIST
Mark No.
& gt;

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2
3
4
5

Description

Part No.

AC Inlet
Control Plate
Rear Case (506)
Inner Grip Assy
AC Cushion

AKP1274
AND1185
ANE1639
AMR3434
AEC2035

Model Label
Caution Label
AC Label PE
ooooo
ooooo

See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)

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12
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14
15

Screw (3 x 40P)
Hexagon Head Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw

ABA1332
BBA1051
PMZ26P060FTB
BPZ30P080FTB
AMZ30P060FTB

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Screw

TBZ40P080FTB

NSP 6
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8
9
10

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B

C

(2) CONTRAST TABLE
PDP-506PE/WYVI and PDP-506PU/KUCXC are constructed the same except for the following:
Mark No.
NSP
NSP

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Symbol and Description

PDP-506PE/WYVI

PDP-506PU/KUCXC

AAL2661
Not used
AAX3117
AAX3194

Model Label (506PE)
Model Label (506PU)
Caution Label
AC Label PE

Not used
AAL2679
AAX3075
Not used

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E

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2

3

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2.3 FRONT SECTION
A

Refer to
" 2.4 CHASSIS SECTION (1/2) " ,
B

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C

7
2

5

D

6

7

4

9
PDP-506PE
8
only

10

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3

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E

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(1) FRONT SECTION PARTS LIST
Mark No.

Description

Part No.

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2
3
4
5

Front Case Assy (506PE)
Corner Cushion
Pioneer Name Plate
Power Button
Coil Spring

AMB2861
AEB1416
AAM1098
AAD4133
ABH1120

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7
8
9
10

Blind Cushion
Insulation Sheet A
Insulation Sheet B
Power Display Label (506)
Screw Rivet

AEB1415
AED1283
AED1284
See Contrast table (2)
AEC1877

A

B

(2) CONTRAST TABLE
PDP-506PE/WYVI and PDP-506PU/KUCXC are constructed the same except for the following:
Mark No.

Symbol and Description

PDP-506PE/WYVI

PDP-506PU/KUCXC

AAX3217

9 Power Display Label (506)

Not used

C

D

E

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2.4 CHASSIS SECTION (1/2)
A

19
17

To HD DIGITAL
CN3003

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1
16

22

B

8
9

22
22

14

19
7

17

22

C

2
1

17

From POWER SUPPLY
P3

From AC Inlet

23
21

23

4

12
3

Refer to
" 2.5 CHASSIS SECTION (2/2) " .

23
D

11
17

To HD DIGITAL
CN3003

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17

2

14

5

20

E

10

13
17
11

10
23
12

20
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17

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CHASSIS SECTION (1/2) PARTS LIST
Mark No.

& gt;

Description

Part No.

1
2
3
4
5

HD LED Assy
HD IR Assy
Power Switch (S1)
Housing Wire (50)(J103)
Front Chassis VL (50)

AWW1029
AWW1030
ASG1092
ADX3112
AMA1014

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7
8
9
10

Front Chassis VR (50)
Sub Frame L Assy (506)
Sub Frame R Assy (506)
Front Chassis H Assy (50)
Panel Holder H (50)

AMA1015
ANA1860
ANA1861
ANA1883
ANG2769

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12
13
14
15

Panel Holder V1 (50)
Panel Holder V2 (50)
Cushion
Wire Saddle
ooooo

ANG2770
ANG2771
AEB1424
AEC1745

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17
18
19
20

Nyron Rivet
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw

AEC1671
ABZ30P080FTC
AMZ30P060FTB
APZ30P080FTB
BBZ30P060FTC

21
22
23

Screw
Screw
Screw

BPZ30P080FTB
TBZ40P080FTB
VBB30P080FNI

A

B

C

D

E

F

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PDP-506PE
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8

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2

3

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2.5 CHASSIS SECTION (2/2)
A

9
A

31

14

9
13

31

5

B

E

18

15

9

N

To HD LED CN1671
HD IR CN1681

Q

C

19
12

B

1
2

32

To
Power Switch

24

31

25
O

J

7

9
D

R

41

31

32

41

F

10

26

11

N

21

L

23

32

C

40

41

J

6

R

41
17

40

Q

K

32
G

32
M

40

E

41
3
1

D

27

40

41 P

41
K

37

36
A

F

35

36
B

I

36
32

O

36
C

H

33

32
P

36

D

36

39

41

F

8

L

I
M

40
40

29
22
41

H

20

28

16

PDP-506PE
1

2

16

4

RR

G 33

E

41

RR

32
41

O

30

32
40

32

40
2
32

30

34

3

4

5

6

7

8

(1) CHASSIS SECTION (2/2) PARTS LIST
Mark No.

Description

Mark No.

Part No.

21
22
23
24
25

1
2
3
4
5

See Contrast table (2)
AWW1022
AWW1023
See Contrast table (2)
AWW1028

6
7
8
9
10

HD AUDIO Assy
POWER SUPPLY Unit
Ring Core with Case
Ferrite Core
Flexible Cable (J201)

AWV2203
AXY1112
ATX1042
ATX1048
ADD1293

26
27
28
29
NSP 30

11
12
13
14
15

Flexible Cable (J202)
Flexible Cable (J203)
Flexible Cable (J204)
Flexible Cable (J205)
Flexible Cable (J206)

ADD1294
ADD1295
ADD1296
ADD1297
ADD1298

31
32
33
34
35

16
17
18
19
20

& gt;

50 X DRIVE Assy
SUS CLAMP 1 Assy
SUS CLAMP 2 Assy
50 Y DRIVE Assy
HD DIGITAL Assy

4P Housing Wire (J108)
6P Housing Wire (J109)
12P Housing Wire (J110)
6P Housing Wire (J111)
3P Housing Wire (J113)

ADX3117
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
ADX3120
See Contrast table (2)

36
NSP 37
38
39
40

Description

Part No.

14P Housing Wire (J104)
3P Housing Wire (J105)
9P Housing Wire (J101)
8P Housing Wire (J102)
5P Housing Wire (J106)

ADX3158
ADX3159
ADX3186
ADX3187
ADX3188

6P Housing Wire (J107)
Conductive Plate XA
FC Stay
Binder
PCB Spacer

ADX3189
ANG2776
ANG2815
AEC-093
AEC1188

Flat Clamp
PCB Spacer
Drive Silicone Sheet
Power Supply Insulation Sheet
Audio Insulation Sheet

AEC1879
AEC1941
AEH1095
AMR3447
AMR3469

Wire Saddle
Address Sheet
ooooo
Screw
Screw

AEC1745
AMR3491

A

B

ABA1324
PMB30P060FTC
C

41

Screw

VBB30P080FNI

(2) CONTRAST TABLE
PDP-506PE/WYVI and PDP-506PU/KUCXC are constructed the same except for the following:
Mark No.
1
4
17
18
20

Symbol and Description

PDP-506PE/WYVI
AWW1075
AWV2258
ADX3118
ADX3119
ADX3122

50 X DRIVE Assy
50 Y DRIVE Assy
6P Housing Wire (J109)
12P Housing Wire (J110)
3P Housing Wire (J113)

D

PDP-506PU/KUCXC
AWW1020 or AWW1075
AWV2210 or AWV2258
ADX3132
ADX3133
ADX3136

E

F

17

PDP-506PE
5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

2.6 PDP SERVICE ASSY 506P (AWU1134)
A

34

31

29

31
31

34

34
B

32
30
31
29

37
(for transport)

34

16

34

17
21

34

32
30

15

C

34

23
23

12

23
23

30
26

35

9
24

9

10

20
20

D

30

12

11
12

11

14

10

9

12

11
18

25

2

10

8

6

11

23

6
6

7

9
35
10

2
72

6

30

33

E

2

7

23

13
7
21

30

21

5
19

23
3

5

F

4

1
38

18

5

5
5

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

6

o Front Section

7

8

o Packing Section
43
A

(for transport)
36

39
22

38

B

28

Note when replacing with the PDP Service Assy 506P

41

The Power Switch (S1), HD LED Assy, and HD IR Assy are not
included in the PDP Service Assy 506P. Before replacement with the
PDP Service Assy 506P, the following components of the Service Assy
must be temporarily detached to attach the above-mentioned parts
(parts from the original unit or newly purchased):
o Front Chassis H Assy (50) (ANA1883)
o Front Chassis VL (50) (AMA1014)
o Front Chassis VR (50) (AMA1015)

C

22
40
42

PDP SERVICE ASSY 506P (AWU1134) PARTS LIST
Mark No.
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP

Description

Mark No.

Part No.

23
24
25

1
2
3
4
5

Panel Chassis (506) Assy
50 ADDRESS Assy
50 SCAN A Assy
50 SCAN B Assy
PCB Spacer

AWU1143
AWV2208
AWW1026
AWW1027
AEC1944

6
7
8
9
10

Conductive Plate Holder
ADDRESS Holder Assy (50)
Tube Cover
Address Heatsink (50)
Address Silicone A

AMR3446
AMR3454
AMR3445
ANH1635
AEH1093

11
12
13
14
15

Address Silicone B
Screw
Front Chassis VL (50)
Front Chassis VR (50)
Sub Frame L Assy (506)

AEH1094
BBB30P120FNI
AMA1014
AMA1015
ANA1860

Sub Frame R Assy (506)
Front Chassis H Assy (50)
Conductive Plate XA
Cushion
PCB Spacer

ANA1861
ANA1883
ANG2776
AEB1424
AEC1188

NSP 37

Wire Saddle
Screw Rivet

AEC1745
AEC1877

16
17
18
19
NSP 20

NSP 26
NSP 27
28
29
30

Description

Part No.

PCB Spacer
AEC1941
Power Supply Insulation Sheet AMR3447
Audio Insulation Sheet
AMR3469
Address Sheet
Chassis Assy (50)
Protect Sheet
Screw (3 x 40P)
Screw

AMR3491
ANA1830
AHG1331
ABA1332
ABZ30P080FTC

Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw

AMZ30P060FTB
APZ30P080FTB
PMB30P060FTC
TBZ40P080FTB
VBB30P080FNI
AMB2889

38
39
40

Front Case Assy (506 serivice)
(for transport)
Rear Case (506)
(for transport)
Pad (50T-L)
Pad (50T-R)
Pad (50B-L)

41
42
43

Pad (50B-R)
Under Carton
Upper Carton (506 S.V.C)

D

AHA2430
AHA3344
AHA3430

31
32
33
34
35
NSP 36

E

ANE1639
AHA2427
AHA2428
AHA2429
F

21
22

19

PDP-506PE
5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
3.1 OVERALL CONNECTION DIAGRAM
A

B

C

D

E

F

20

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

÷ When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to " EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS
LIST " or " PCB PARTS LIST " .
÷ The & gt; mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety
factor of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical
designation.

A

B

C

D

E

F

21

PDP-506PE
5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

3.2 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM
A

50 SCAN B ASSY
(UPPER)
Scan Signal
VH
IC5V
PSUS

SB1

IC2802
Scan IC

50 Y DRIVE ASSY
VH

VH IC5V

VOFS

VSUS Vprst
VH DC/DC Conv.

IC2803
Scan IC

Vprst
Vprst Reg.
+5V +16.5V VSUS

Y2

IC2804
Scan IC

+ Reset
Block

IC2252
Mask
Mod.

PSUS

Offset
Block

VOFS VOFS +16.5V
DC/DC
Conv.
Drive Signal

IC2801
Scan IC

VSUS

B

IC2805
Scan IC
SUSOUT

+5V
+6.5V
Regulator
+16.5V

IC2806
Scan IC

CN2802

Y4
+5V

Serial Data

Resonance
Block
+5V +16.5V

CN2702
VSUS
+5V +16.5V

IC2701
Scan IC
PSUS

IC2702
Scan IC

IC5V

IC5V/VF
DC/DC
Conv.

IC5V

SA1

IC2705
Scan IC

VF
Photo Coupler
Block

Y3

+5V

Soft-D
Block

VH
IC5V

IC2704
Scan IC

IC2706
Scan IC

Y1

+16.5V

IC2703
Scan IC

C

Logic
Block

IC2101
DK Mod.

IC2253
Mask
Mod.

+16.5V

Y5
+5V

60V

Y6

Scan Signal

PSUS
IC5V
VH
Scan Signal

50 SCAN A ASSY
(LOWER)
HD AUDIO ASSY
+16.5V
+16.5V

A1

+9.0V
IC3752
Regulator

+9.0V

Buffer

D

+9.0V

+16.5V
IC3751
Power Amp IC

SCL
IC3753
WOW + Volume IC
SDA

R_OUT +
R_OUT -
L_OUT +
L_OUT -

+3.3V

Right

A2

A_Mute
A_STBY_B
R_Audio
L_Audio
A_NG_B

+3.3V

Left

SP TERMINAL

A3

IC3754
EEP ROM

SDA
SCL

SPEAKERS

HD IR ASSY

E

DC Detect
Block

STB3.3V

U1681
IR Receive unit

CN1501

AD1
V+8V

RE1

AN/P BN/P
CN/P DN/P CLKN/P

Resonance
Block
V+ADR5

V+3V

Resonance
Block
V+ADR4

AD2 CN1502
V+5V
V+60V
IC1501
LVDS Receiver (PEE002A-K)
Resonance
Block
V+ADR3

50 ADDRESS
ASSY

Resonance
Block
V+ADR2

Resonance
Block
V+ADR1

CN1501

AD1
V+8V

AN/P BN/P
CN/P DN/P CLKN/P

Resonance
Block
V+ADR5

V+3V

Resonance
Block
V+ADR4

CLK/LE/HBLK/LBLK
R/G/B

F

IC1555
Driver IC

IC1554
Driver IC

IC1553
Driver IC

AD2 CN1502
V+5V
V+60V
IC1501
LVDS Receiver (PEE002A-K)
Resonance
Block
V+ADR3

50 ADDRESS
ASSY

Resonance
Block
V+ADR2

Resonance
Block
V+ADR1

CLK/LE/HBLK/LBLK
R/G/B

IC1552
Driver IC

22

IC1551
Driver IC

IC1555
Driver IC

IC1554
Driver IC

IC1553
Driver IC

IC1552
Driver IC

IC1551
Driver IC

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

: Wire haerness
: FFC
SECONDARY

PRIMARY

P1

Switching
Q703

T702

VSUS

POWER SUPPLY
UNIT

SUS CLAMP 1
ASSY

Q704
Switching
+16.5V
+6.5V

P2
P7

D109

P6

T101

+16.5V

P5 VSUS_ADJ

50 X DRIVE ASSY

IC101
Switching Switching
Q501

T502

+8V
STA3.3V

+16.5V

P4

VRN
DC/DC
Conv.

+16.5V +5V

D107, D108

P3

Q502
Switching

PS_PD
EXT_PD

RELAY

CL1

Q902
Switching

VSUS_CONT
IC202

+60V

VSUS

D103

+390V PFC Q101
Q102
Q103

Switching
Q901

T902

IC1101
DK Mod.

NEUTRAL
LIVE

RY102

X1

Resonance
Block

Logic
Block

D11
RELAY,
PD_TRIGGER
AC_DET,
DRF

V+3V ACT V+8V
Vsus_ADJ
V+3V_D

SCAN_PD
YDRV_PD
YSUS_PD
YDD_PD
SCN5V_PD

DC-DC Converter
Module
V+8V
(AXY1116)

V+1V_D

Vofs_ADJ,VYPRST_ADJ

DAC

SCAN
YSUS

+16.5V +5V VSUS
SUS OUT
IC1202
Mask
Mod.
PSUS

Regulator +16.5V

+16.5V

VSUS

X2
X4

+5V

VSUS

C

XSUS

VSUS

D9
PS_PWDN
SQ_PD

CL2

PD

OR

SUS CLAMP 2
ASSY

PD_MUTE
ADR_PD1

VF

X3

Mask
OR

15V
DC/DC
Conv.

XSUSTN_PD
XDD_CNV_PD
XDRIVE_PD

SCL,
SCA

Pulse
Width

B

+5V
+6.5V

LED_R
LED_B
REM

VRN

- Reset
Block

Drive Signal

D4

D10

A

IC3151
(M30620FCPGP)
V+8V

Module Ucom

D5

D8

PSIZE
V+8V
UART
SW

V+8V
IC3401
(PEG122C-K)

D

Sequence
Processor

LVDS

V+8V

D6
RA, GA, BA

SCL, SDA
A_MUTE,A_STBY_B
A_NG

D7

VD
HD

FIELD
AUDIO L
AUDIO R

LVDS

IC3301
H DET Flash Memory
DCLK, DE

SCL, SDA
IC3001

POWER SW

TMDS Receiver

D3
V+3V STB

Bus Buffer
REM
STB_MT

AC INLET

Bus Buffer
DDC

TMDS

D2

HD LED ASSY

D1

E

L1
MDR CONNECTOR

DVI CONNECTOR

HD DIGITAL ASSY

CN1501

AD1
V+8V

AN/P BN/P
CN/P DN/P CLKN/P

Resonance
Block
V+ADR5

V+3V

Resonance
Block
V+ADR4

AD2 CN1502
V+5V
V+60V
IC1501
LVDS Receiver (PEE002A-K)
Resonance
Block
V+ADR3

50 ADDRESS
ASSY

Resonance
Block
V+ADR2

Resonance
Block
V+ADR1

CN1501

AD1
V+8V

AN/P BN/P
CN/P DN/P CLKN/P

Resonance
Block
V+ADR5

V+3V

Resonance
Block
V+ADR4

CLK/LE/HBLK/LBLK
R/G/B

IC1555
Driver IC

IC1554
Driver IC

IC1553
Driver IC

AD2 CN1502
V+5V
V+60V
IC1501
LVDS Receiver (PEE002A-K)
Resonance
Block
V+ADR3

50 ADDRESS
ASSY

Resonance
Block
V+ADR2

Resonance
Block
V+ADR1

CLK/LE/HBLK/LBLK
R/G/B

IC1552
Driver IC

IC1551
Driver IC

IC1555
Driver IC

IC1554
Driver IC

IC1553
Driver IC

F

IC1552
Driver IC

IC1551
Driver IC

23

PDP-506PE
5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

3.3 50 ADDRESS ASSY
A

CN1501

AD1
V+8V
B

AN/P BN/P
CN/P DN/P CLKN/P

Resonance
Block
V+ADR5

CN1502

AD2
V+3V

Resonance
Block

V+5V

IC1501
(PEE002A-K)
LVDS Receiver

V+60V

Resonance
Block

V+ADR4

Resonance
Block

V+ADR3

Resonance
Block

V+ADR2

V+ADR1

CLK/LE/HBLK/LBLK
R/G/B

C

IC1555
Driver IC

IC1554
Driver IC

IC1553
Driver IC

IC1552
Driver IC

IC1551
Driver IC

D

E

F

24

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

3.4 50 SCAN A and B ASSYS
50 SCAN B ASSY
(UPPER)

Scan Signal
IC2801
Scan IC

VH

A

IC5V
SB1

PSUS

IC2802
Scan IC

IC2803
Scan IC

B

IC2804
Scan IC

IC2805
Scan IC
C

IC2806
Scan IC

CN2802
Serial Data
CN2702
IC2701
Scan IC

D

IC2702
Scan IC

IC2703
Scan IC
E

IC2704
Scan IC

SA1

IC2705
Scan IC

IC2706
Scan IC

PSUS
F

IC5V
VH
Scan Signal

50 SCAN A ASSY
(LOWER)
25

PDP-506PE
5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

3.5 50 X DRIVE, SUS CLAMP 1 and SUS CLAMP 2 ASSYS
SUS CLAMP 1
ASSY

A

VSUS

CL1

B

50 X DRIVE ASSY
+16.5V
+16.5V

VRN
DC/DC
Conv.

+5V

VRN

IC1101
DK Mod.
- Reset
Block

C

X1
Resonance
Block

+16.5V +5V VSUS

Logic
Block

SUS OUT

IC1202
Mask
Mod.
Drive Signal

D

PSUS
+5V
+6.5V

+16.5V

Regulator
+16.5V

VSUS

+5V

VF
15V
DC/DC
Conv.

VSUS

X2
X4

X3

E

SUS CLAMP 2
ASSY

F

VSUS

CL2

26

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

3.6 50 Y DRIVE ASSY
A

VH IC5V

VH

VSUS

VOFS

Vprst

VH DC/DC Conv.
Offset
Block

+ Reset
Block

Vprst
Vprst Reg.
+5V

+16.5V

VSUS

Y2

VOFS
DC/DC
Conv.

VOFS

+16.5V
B

PSUS

Drive Signal

IC2252
Mask
Mod.

VSUS

+5V

+6.5V
Regulator

C

SUSOUT

+16.5V

Y4
+5V
Resonance
Block

VSUS
+5V

PSUS

D

+5V

+16.5V

+16.5V

Logic
Block

IC2101
DK Mod.

IC2253
Mask
Mod.

Y1

+16.5V

E

+5V

Soft-D
Block
VH IC5V
+16.5V

IC5V
IC5V

VF

IC5V/VF
DC/DC
Conv.

Y5
+5V

Photo Coupler
Block

Y3

60V
F

Scan Signal

Y6
27

PDP-506PE
5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

3.7 HD DIGITAL ASSY
D4

A

D11

LED_R
LED_B
REM

RELAY,
PD_TRIGGER
AC_DET,
DRF

V+3V ACT V+8V
Vsus_ADJ
V+3V_D

SCAN_PD
YDRV_PD
YSUS_PD
YDD_PD
SCN5V_PD

D10

B

DC-DC Converter
Module
(AXY1116)

V+1V_D

Vofs_ADJ,VYPRST_ADJ

DAC

V+8V
XSUSTN_PD
XDD_CNV_PD
XDRIVE_PD

SCL,
SCA
XSUS

D9

SCAN
YSUS

Pulse
Width

PS_PWDN
SQ_PD

PD

OR

Mask
PD_MUTE
OR ADR_PD1

C

IC3151
(M30620FCPGP)
Module Ucom

V+8V

D5

D8

PSIZE

V+8V
UART
SW

V+8V
IC3401
(PEG122C-K)

D

Sequence Processor

LVDS

V+8V

LVDS

D7
D6
VD
HD

FIELD
AUDIO L
AUDIO R
E

IC3301
Flash Memory

DCLK, DE

RA, GA, BA

SCL, SDA

H DET

SCL, SDA

A_MUTE,A_STBY_B

IC3001

A_NG

TMDS Receiver

D3

Bus Buffer

Bus Buffer
V+3V STB

DDC

REM

TMDS

STB_MT
F

D1

D2
MDR CONNECTOR

28

DVI CONNECTOR

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

3.8 HD AUDIO ASSY
A

+16.5V
+9.0V

A1

+16.5V
IC3752
Regulator

B

+9.0V

Buffer
+9.0V
+16.5V

IC3751
Power Amp IC

IC3753
WOW + Volume IC

SCL
C

SDA

+3.3V

DC Detect
Block

A2

A_Mute
D

R_Audio
L_OUT -

L_OUT +

R_OUT -

R_OUT +

A_STBY_B

L_Audio
A_NG_B
+3.3V

Right

Left

IC3754
EEP ROM

SDA
SCL

A3
SP TERMINAL

E

SPEAKERS
F

29

PDP-506PE
5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

3.9 POWER SUPPLY UNIT
A

SECONDARY

PRIMARY

P1

Switching

B

Q703

T702
VSUS

Q704
Switching
+16.5V
+6.5V

Q901

T902

D103

+390V PFC Q101
Q102
Q103

Switching

P2
Q902
Switching

P7
VSUS_CONT
+60V
C

D109

IC202

P6

T101

+16.5V

P5

Switching
VSUS_ADJ
+8V
STA3.3V

RELAY

IC101
Switching

Q501

T502

D107, D108

P3

Q502
Switching

PS_PD
EXT_PD

P4

NEUTRAL
LIVE

RY102

D

E

F

30

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

3.10 WAVEFORMS
A

Note : The encircled numbers denote measuring point in the schematic diagram.
Refer to service manual (ARP3268).

50 ADDRESS ASSY
50 ADDRESS RESONANCE BLOCK

50 ADDRESS LOGIC BLOCK

of resonance circuit (1 field)
1 Control signal60Hz
Input : VIDEO
Signal : Color-bar (MKSS17)
1-1 CH1 : ADR_B2
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div
1-2 CH2 : ADR_U2
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div
1-3 CH3 : ADR_D2
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div

2

TCP LOGIC

VADR (1 field)
Input : VIDEO 60Hz
Signal : Color-bar (MKSS17)
CH2 : IC1555-pin 3 (VDD2)
V : 10V/div H : 2msec/div

3
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-6

Incoming signal of TCP (1 field)
Input : VIDEO 60Hz
Signal : Color-bar (MKSS17)
CH1 : IC1555-pin 3 (VDD2)
V : 10V/div H : 2msec/div
CH2 : IC1555-pin 9 (A3)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div
CH3 : IC1555-pin 16 (CLK)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div
CH4 : IC1555-pin 14 (LE)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div
CH5 : IC1555-pin 19 (HBLK)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div
CH6 : IC1555-pin 17 (LBLK)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div

B

3-1
1-1
3-2
3-3

1-2

3-4
3-5

1-3

3-6
of resonance circuit (2 FS)
1 Control signal60Hz
Input : VIDEO
Signal : Color-bar (MKSS17)
1-1 CH1 : ADR_B2
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div
1-2 CH2 : ADR_U2
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div
1-3 CH3 : ADR_D2
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div

2

VADR (1 field)
Input : VIDEO 60Hz
Signal : Checkered pattern of Black-White (MKSS13)
CH2 : IC1555-pin 3 (VDD2)
V : 10V/div H : 2msec/div

3
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-6

C

Incoming signal of TCP (1 field)
Input : VIDEO 60Hz
Signal : Checkered pattern of Black-White (MKSS13)
CH1 : IC1555-pin 3 (VDD2)
V : 10V/div H : 2msec/div
CH2 : IC1555-pin 9 (A3)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div
CH3 : IC1555-pin 16 (CLK)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div
CH4 : IC1555-pin 14 (LE)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div
CH5 : IC1555-pin 19 (HBLK)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div
CH6 : IC1555-pin 17 (LBLK)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div
3-1

1-1

D

3-2
3-3

1-2

3-4
3-5

1-3

3-6

2

VADR (2 FS)
Input : VIDEO 60Hz
Signal : Checkered pattern of Black-White (MKSS13)
CH2 : IC1555-pin 3 (VDD2)
V : 10V/div H : 200nsec/div

3
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-6

Incoming signal of TCP (Resonance part)
Input : VIDEO
Signal : Checkered pattern of Black-White (MKSS13)
CH1 : IC1555-pin 3 (VDD2)
V : 10V/div H : 200nsec/div
CH2 : IC1555-pin 9 (A3)
V : 1V/div H : 200nsec/div
CH3 : IC1555-pin 16 (CLK)
V : 1V/div H : 200nsec/div
CH4 : IC1555-pin 14 (LE)
V : 1V/div H : 200nsec/div
CH5 : IC1555-pin 19 (HBLK)
V : 1V/div H : 200nsec/div
CH6 : IC1555-pin 17 (LBLK)
V : 1V/div H : 200nsec/div

E

3-1
3-2
3-3

F

3-4
3-5
3-6

31

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5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

A

50 X DRIVE, 50 Y DRIVE ASSY
1

Drive output signal (1 field, Color-bar)

4

1-1 CH1 : R1277 (XPSUS) - K1203 (SUSGND)
V : 100V/div H : 2msec/div (X DRIVE Assy)
1-2 CH2 : K2701 (SCANOUT) - K2330 (SUSGND)
V : 100V/div H : 2msec/div (SCAN A Assy)
1-3 CH3 : F2301 (YPSUS) - K2330 (SUSGND)
V : 100V/div H : 2msec/div (Y DRIVE Assy)

B

Scan control signal (1 field, Color-bar)

7

4-1 CH1 : TP2001 (LE) - K2002 (GND-D)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div (X DRIVE Assy)
4-2 CH2 : TP2008 (CLK) - K2002 (GND-D)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div (X DRIVE Assy)
4-3 CH3 : TP2003 (SI-H) - K2002 (GND-D)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div (X DRIVE Assy)
4-4 CH4 : TP2004 (CLR) - K2002 (GND-D)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div (X DRIVE Assy)
4-5 CH5 : TP2005 (OC2) - K2002 (GND-D)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div (X DRIVE Assy)
4-6 CH6 : TP2006 (OC1) - K2002 (GND-D)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div (X DRIVE Assy)

Sustain signal

7-1 CH1 : F2301 (YPSUS) - K2330 (SUSGND)
V : 50V/div H : 500nsec/div (Y DRIVE Assy)
7-2 CH2 : K2004 (YSUS-G) - K2002 (DGND)
V : 5V/div H : 500nsec/div (Y DRIVE Assy)
7-3 CH3 : K2011 (YSUS-U) - K2002 (DGND)
V : 5V/div H : 500nsec/div (Y DRIVE Assy)
7-4 CH4 : K2009 (YSUS-B) - K2002 (DGND)
V : 5V/div H : 500nsec/div (Y DRIVE Assy)
7-5 CH5 : K2010 (YSUS-D) - K2002 (DGND)
V : 5V/div H : 500nsec/div (Y DRIVE Assy)

4-1
1-1

4-2

7-1

4-3
1-2

7-2

4-4

7-3
4-5
1-3

C

2

X Drive pulse control signal (Color-bar)

5

2-1 CH1 : K1009 (XSUS-MSK) - K1001 (DGND)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div (X DRIVE Assy)
2-2 CH2 : K1005 (XNR-D) - K1001 (DGND)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div (X DRIVE Assy)

7-4

4-6

7-5

Reset pulse signal

5-1 CH1 : R1277 (XPSUS) - K1203 (SUSGND)
V : 100V/div H : 100usec/div (X DRIVE Assy)
5-2 CH2 : K2701 (SCANOUT) - K2330 (SUSGND)
V : 100V/div H : 100usec/div (SCAN A Assy)
5-3 CH3 : F2301 (YPSUS) - K2330 (SUSGND)
V : 100V/div H : 100usec/div (Y DRIVE Assy)

D
5-1
2-1
5-2

2-2

3

Y Drive pulse control signal (Color-bar)

6

3-1 CH1 : K2007 (YNOFS) - K2002 (GND_D)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div (Y DRIVE Assy)
3-2 CH2 : K2005 (YSUS-MSK) - K2002 (GND_D)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div (Y DRIVE Assy)
3-3 CH3 : K2008 (YNRST) - K2002 (GND_D)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div (Y DRIVE Assy)
3-4 CH4 : K2006 (SOFT-D) - K2002 (GND_D)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div (Y DRIVE Assy)
3-5 CH5 : K2023 (YPR-U) - K2002 (GND_D)
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div (Y DRIVE Assy)

E

5-3

Sustain pulse signal (1 sub, sub field)

6-1 CH1 : R1277 (XPSUS) - K1203 (SUSGND)
V : 50V/div H : 5usec/div (X DRIVE Assy)
6-2 CH2 : K2701 (SCANOUT) - K2330 (SUSGND)
V : 50V/div H : 5usec/div (SCAN A Assy)
6-3 CH3 : F2301 (YPSUS) - K2330 (SUSGND)
V : 50V/div H : 5usec/div (Y DRIVE Assy)

6-1
3-1
3-2
6-2

F

3-3
3-4
6-3
3-5

32

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1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

5. PCB PARTS LIST
NOTES:

Parts marked by " NSP " are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
When ordering resistors, first convert resistance values into code form as shown in the following examples.
Ex.1 When there are 2 effective digits (any digit apart from 0), such as 560 ohm and 47k ohm (tolerance is shown by J=5%,
and K=10%).
560 Ohm
56 x 10 1
RD1/4PU 5 6 1 J
561
47k Ohm
RD1/4PU 4 7 3 J
47 x 10 3
473
0.5 Ohm
RN2H R 5 0 K
R50
1Ohm
RS1P 1 R 0 K
1R0
Ex.2 When there are 3 effective digits (such as in high precision metal film resistors).
5.62k Ohm
562 x 10 1
5621
RN1/4PC 5 6 2 1 F

A

7 LIST OF WHOLE PCB ASSEMBLIES
Mark

B

PDP-506PE
/WYVI

Symbol and Description

PDP-506PU
/KUCXC

NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP

1..PANEL CHASSIS (506) ASSY
2..50 ADDRESS ASSY
2..50 SCAN ASSY
3..50 SCAN A ASSY
3..50 SCAN B ASSY

AWU1143
AWV2208
AWV2211
AWW1026
AWW1027

AWU1143
AWV2208
AWV2211
AWW1026
AWW1027

NSP

1..50 X DRIVE ASSY
2..50 X DRIVE ASSY
2..SUS CLAMP 1 ASSY
2..SUS CLAMP 2 ASSY

AWV2257
AWW1075
AWW1022
AWW1023

AWV2209 or AWV2257
AWW1020 or AWW1075
AWW1022
AWW1023

1..50 Y DRIVE ASSY

AWV2258

AWV2210 or AWV2258

1..HD DIGITAL ASSY
2..HD DIGITAL ASSY
2..HD LED ASSY
2..HD IR ASSY

AWV2202
AWW1028
AWW1029
AWW1030

AWV2202
AWW1028
AWW1029
AWW1030

1..HD AUDIO ASSY

AWV2203

AWV2203

1..POWER SUPPLY UNIT

AXY1112

AXY1112

NSP

& gt;

C

D

50 X DRIVE ASSY
AWW1075 and AWW1020 are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark

Symbol and Description

AWW1075

AWW1020

C1106-C1110
C1112, C1113 (0.22U/250V)

AXF1142
ACG1112
(0.22U/250V)
Not used
ACG1112

AXF1155
ACG1088
(0.1U/250V)
ACE1178
Not used

C1161-C1164, C1166
C1297, C1298 (3300p/630V)

ACE1168
ACG1129

Not used
Not used

IC1101
C1101

E

50 Y DRIVE ASSY
AWV2258 and AWV2210 are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark

Symbol and Description

AWV2258
AXF1142
ACG1112
(0.22U/250V)
ACG1112
ACE1168

C2107, C2108 (0.22U/250V)
C2131-C2134, C2136
C2271
C2272 (0.1U/100V)

AXF1155
ACG1088
(0.1U/250V)
Not used
ACE1178

ACG1124
(0.1U/100V)
ACG1124

IC2101
C2103

AWV2210

ACG1118
(0.33U/100V)
Not used

F

33

PDP-506PE
5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

7 PCB PARTS LIST FOR PDP-506PE/WYVI UNLESS OTHER WISE NOTED
Mark No.

Description

Part No.

50 ADDRESS ASSY
A

Mark No.
Description
CAPACITORS
C2701,C2711,C2721 (0.1U/250V)
C2731,C2741,C2751 (0.1U/250V)
C2710,C2720,C2730,C2740,C2750
C2760
C2708,C2709,C2718,C2719

CCSRCH331J50
CCSRCH331J50
CCSRCH390J50
CCSRCH390J50
CCSRCH390J50

C2703,C2713,C2723,C2733,C2743
C2753

PEE002A

ACG1088
ACG1088
CCSRCH181J50
CCSRCH181J50
CCSRCH331J50

C2728,C2729,C2738,C2739
C2748,C2749,C2758,C2759
C2705-C2707,C2715-C2717
C2725-C2727,C2735-C2737
C2745-C2747,C2755-C2757

[50 ADR LOGIC BLOCK]
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC1501

Part No.

CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYB105K6R3

COILS AND FILTERS
L1504 CHIP SOLID INDUCTOR

QTL1013

CAPACITORS
C1501,C1502
C1509,C1510
C1503-C1507,C1551-C1555
B

CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSSYB102K50
CKSSYF104Z16

RESISTORS
R1530,R1531
R1505-R1509
Other Resistors

RS1/16S0R0J
RS1/16SS1000F
RS1/16SS###J

RESISTORS

AKM1217
AKM1290

OTHERS

R2705,R2710,R2713,R2716,R2719
R2722
Other Resistors

OTHERS
CN1501 40P CONNECTOR
CN1502 PH CONNECTOR 4P

RAB4C221J
RAB4C221J
RS1/16S###J

CN2702 PH CONNECTOR 3P
AKM1274
CN2701 13P BRIDGE CONNECTOR AKP1261

[50 ADR RESONANCE BLOCK]
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC1601,IC1602
Q1613
Q1614-Q1616
Q1606,Q1608,Q1611
Q1612

TND307TD
2SA1163
HAT1110R
QSZ2
RN1901

Q1601-Q1605
D1612
D1625-D1629
D1631-D1650
D1601,D1605,D1607,D1610,D1613

SP8M41
1SS302
1SS355
EP05FA20
UDZS15(B)

D1616,D1620,D1622

C

UDZS15(B)

50 SCAN B ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC2801-IC2806
IC2807
D2801-D2807

AN16025A
TC7SH08FUS1
1SS355

CAPACITORS
C2801,C2811,C2821 (0.1U/250V)
C2831,C2841,C2851 (0.1U/250V)
C2810,C2820,C2830,C2840,C2850
C2860
C2808,C2809,C2818,C2819

ACG1088
ACG1088
CCSRCH181J50
CCSRCH181J50
CCSRCH331J50

C2828,C2829,C2838,C2839
C2848,C2849,C2858,C2859
C2805-C2807,C2815-C2817
C2825-C2827,C2835-C2837
C2845-C2847,C2855-C2857

CCSRCH331J50
CCSRCH331J50
CCSRCH390J50
CCSRCH390J50
CCSRCH390J50

C2803,C2813,C2823,C2833,C2843
C2853,C2861

CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYB105K6R3

D

COILS AND FILTERS
L1601-L1605 SMD COIL

ATH1163

CAPACITORS
C1609 (0.1U/100V)
C1601,C1606,C1610 (0.068U/100V)
C1611,C1614 (0.068U/100V)
C1602-C1605 (56UF/80V)
C1613

ACG1098
ACG1123
ACG1123
ACH1405
CKSRYB104K25

C1619

CKSYB105K16

RESISTORS
E

R2803,R2808,R2811,R2814,R2817
R2820
Other Resistors

RESISTORS
R1606,R1611,R1613,R1621
Other Resistors

RS1/16SS###J
RS1/16S###J

RAB4C221J
RAB4C221J
RS1/16S###J

OTHERS
CN2802 PH CONNECTOR 3P
AKM1274
CN2801 13P BRIDGE CONNECTOR AKP1261

50 SCAN A ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC2701-IC2706
D2701-D2707

50 X DRIVE ASSY

AN16025A
1SS355

[50X LOGIC BLOCK]
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC1001
IC1002

F

34

TC74ACT541FT
TC74VHC00FTS1

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

Mark No.
Description
CAPACITORS
C1003
C1001,C1002

6

Part No.
CEHAT470M16
CKSRYB104K16

RAB4C470J
RAB4C472J
RS1/16S###J

OTHERS
CN1001 18P FFC CONNECTOR

VKN1310

[50X RESONANCE BLOCK]
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC1101
IC1141
Q1141
D1101-D1105

ACE1178
ACH1423
CEHAT101M10
CEHAT101M25
CEHAT2R2M2E

C1208
C1222,C1272
C1221
C1204,C1207,C1223,C1251,C1253
C1273

CEHAT470M16
CEHAT470M25
CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYF104Z50
CKSRYF104Z50
CKSYB105K25

A

B

ACN1166
ACN1168
RS3LMF470J
RS1/16S###J

OTHERS

ATH1119
ATH1187
ATH1187

KN1201-KN1206 GROUND PLATE
KN1208-KN1211 GROUND PLATE
CN1202 6P TOP POST
CN1201 8P TOP POST

CAPACITORS
C1161-C1164,C1116 (3.3U/250V)
C1101,C1112,C1113 (0.22U/250V)
C1121 (470p/630V)
C1105
C1141,C1142,C1144,C1145

ACE1168
ACG1112
ACG1126
CCG1186
CKSRYB104K16

C1102,C1146
C1103

CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSYB105K25

RESISTORS
ACN1168
RS1/10S1003F
RS1/10S104J
RS1/16S5601F
RS1/16S6801F

R1106,R1121
Other Resistors

C1214-C1217
C1212,C1213
C1231
C1206
C1283

R1204
R1213
R1276,R1277
Other Resistors

COILS AND FILTERS

R1101
R1142,R1146
R1122,R1123
R1148,R1150
R1151,R1155

Part No.

RESISTORS

AXF1142
BA10393F
2SC4116
D1FL40

L1103,L1104 CHOKE COIL
L1101,L1102 CHOKE COIL
L1105,L1106 CHOKE COIL

Mark No.
Description
CAPACITORS

8

C1220

RESISTORS
R1001,R1003
R1008,R1009
Other Resistors

7

RS2MMF100J
RS1/16S###J

ANK-142
ANK-142
B6B-EH
B8B-EH

[50X D-D CON BLOCK]
SEMICONDUCTORS

C

IC1321
IC1326
Q1324
Q1302
Q1301,Q1323

PS2701A-1(L)
TA76431FR
2SA1037K
2SC4081
2SD1898

Q1321,Q1325,Q1351
D1303,D1324
D1304,D1307,D1325,D1328
D1301,D1302,D1326,D1327
D1321

HN1C01FU
1SS301
1SS355
CRH01
D1FK60

D1329,D1330
D1306,D1323,D1331

UDZS4R7(B)
UDZS5R1(B)

D

COILS AND FILTERS
& gt; T1301 SWITCHING TRANS.
& gt; T1321 SWITCHING TRANS.

[50X SUS BLOCK]
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC1202
IC1201
IC1252
IC1251
IC1271

AXF1140
MM1565AF
PS9117
TND301S
TND307TD

Q1251
Q1272
D1281
D1201
D1252

2SC2412K
2SK3325-Z
1SS302
1SS355
CRH01

D1282
D1251

UDZS16(B)
UDZS5R6(B)

ATK1159
ATK1160

CAPACITORS
C1325
C1326
C1302,C1321
C1301,C1303,C1323
C1304,C1306,C1327

ACH1428
CEHAT100M50
CEHAT101M25
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16

C1307,C1324

CKSYB105K25

E

RESISTORS
R1337
R1321,R1322,R1326,R1339
VR1321
Other Resistors

RAB4C472J
RS1/10S224J
CCP1392
RS1/16S###J

COILS AND FILTERS
L1204,L1211 INDUCTOR
F1201 INDUCTOR
L1201,L1205,L1231

ATH1186
CTF1449
LFEA100J

F

35

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5

6

7

8

1

Mark No.

2

Description

Part No.

3

Mark No.

SUS CLAMP 1 ASSY
D1631

DF20L60U

R2101
R2142,R2143
R2103,R2107
R2146,R2149
R2147,R2151

OTHERS

B

ANK-142
B3B-EH
VNF1084

SUS CLAMP 2 ASSY
DF20L60U

IC2252,IC2253
IC2350
IC2250
IC2231,IC2251
IC2203,IC2221

KN1642 GROUND PLATE
CN1641 3P TOP POST
KN1641 WRAPPING TERMINAL

ANK-142
B3B-EH
VNF1084

C

50 Y DRIVE ASSY
[50Y LOGIC BLOCK]
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC2002
IC2001,IC2004
IC2003,IC2005

TC74ACT540FT
TC74ACT541FT
TC74VHC08FTS1

CAPACITORS
C2003
C2001,C2002,C2004-C2006
D

CEHAT470M16
CKSSYB104K10

L2353 INDUCTOR
F2301-F2320 FERRITE BEAD
F2352 INDUCTOR
L2350,L2351,L2354

RAB4C101J
RAB4C470J
RAB4C472J
RS1/16S###J

C2330,C2335,C2341,C2342
C2231 (0.33U/100V)
C2271,C2272 (0.1U/100V)
C2336,C2337
C2270

IC2101
IC2141
Q2141
D2101-D2105

L2103,L2104 CHOKE COIL
L2101,L2102 CHOKE COIL
L2105,L2106 CHOKE COIL

ATH1119
ATH1187
ATH1187

CAPACITORS
C2131-C2134,C2136 (3.3U/250V)
C2103,C2107,C2108 (0.22U/250V)
C2104 (470p/630V)
C2106
C2101,C2145

F

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYB473K16
CKSRYF104Z50
CKSSYB104K10

C2354,C2360

COILS AND FILTERS

ACH1427
CCSRCH102J50
CEHAT101M10
CEHAT470M16
CEHAT470M25

C2356
C2353,C2358,C2359
C2363
C2209,C2222,C2230,C2252
C2250

AXF1142
BA10393F
2SC4081
D1FL40

ACE1178
ACG1118
ACG1124
ACH1423
ACH1426

C2226
C2207
C2355,C2369
C2357
C2208,C2221,C2339,C2364

AKM1217

[50Y RESONANCE BLOCK]
SEMICONDUCTORS
E

ATH1186
ATX1055
CTF1449
LFEA100J

CAPACITORS

OTHERS
CN2001 40P CONNECTOR

D1FK60
UDZS16(B)
UDZS5R6(B)

COILS AND FILTERS

RESISTORS
R2003,R2006
R2001,R2002,R2017,R2021
R2004,R2005,R2019,R2020
Other Resistors

1SS301
1SS302
1SS355
CRH01
CRH01

D2211
D2232,D2271
D2250

OTHERS

2SA2142
2SC4081
2SK3050
2SK3325-Z
2SK3399

D2233
D2213
D2203,D2212,D2351
D2202,D2204,D2205,D2234
D2251,D2252,D2272

ACE1179

AXF1141
MM1565AF
PS9117
TND301S
TND307TD

Q2202
Q2250
Q2290
Q2221
Q2280,Q2281

CAPACITORS
C1642

RS2MMF100J
RS3LMF100J
RS1/16S###J

[50Y SUS BLOCK]
SEMICONDUCTORS

SEMICONDUCTORS
D1641

ACN1174
RS1/10S1003F
RS1/10S104J
RS1/16S5601F
RS1/16S6801F

R2102
R2108
Other Resistors

ACE1179

KN1632 GROUND PLATE
CN1631 3P TOP POST
KN1631 WRAPPING TERMINAL

Part No.
CKSSYB104K10
CKSYB105K25

RESISTORS

CAPACITORS
C1632

Description

C2141,C2143,C2144
C2102

SEMICONDUCTORS
A

4

CKSYB105K25

ACE1168
ACG1112
ACG1126
CCG1186
CKSRYB105K6R3

36

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

Mark No.
RESISTORS

6

Description

Part No.

7

Mark No.
Description
CAPACITORS

8

Part No.

R2352
R2304
R2360,R2362
R2277-R2279,R2281
R2210,R2211

ACN1166
ACN1174
ACN1178
ACN1241
RS1/10S151J

C2531
C2516
C2532
C2513
C2520

ACE1177
ACH1360
ACH1425
ACH1428
CEHAT101M16

R2290
R2222,R2224
R2203
Other Resistors

RS1MMF331J
RS2MMF5R6J
RS3LMF821J
RS1/16S###J

C2515
C2528
C2514,C2525,C2534
C2521,C2533,C2535

CEHAT101M25
CEHAT221M16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K25

OTHERS

A

RESISTORS

KN2350,KN2352 GROUND PLATE
KN2354 GROUND PLATE
KN2356,KN2357 GROUND PLATE
KN2359-KN2363 GROUND PLATE
CN2351,CN2352 KR CONNECTOR

ANK-142
ANK-142
ANK-142
ANK-142
B4B-PH-K

R2553
R2558
R2533,R2556
R2534,R2535,R2541
R2548

RAB4C472J
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/10S104J
RS1/10S2203F
RS1/16S1003F

CN2350 9P TOP POST

B9B-EH

R2550
R2549,R2557
R2542,R2545
VR2503
VR2531

RS1/16S1802F
RS1/16S4702F
RS1/16S5601F
CCP1390
CCP1392

Other Resistors

RS1/16S###J

[50Y SCAN BLOCK]
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC2403,IC2405,IC2406,IC2408
IC2401
IC2402,IC2407

PS9117
PS9851-2(P)
TC74ACT540FT

[50Y D-D CON BLOCK]
SEMICONDUCTORS

COILS AND FILTERS
L2401-L2403

LFEA100J

ACH1413
CEHAT101M10
CKSSYB104K10
CKSSYB104K10

RESISTORS
R2407,R2421
R2402,R2409
Other Resistors

RAB4C220J
RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/16S###J

OTHERS
CN2401 15P BRIDGE CONNECTOR AKM1200
CN2402 15P BRIDGE CONNECTOR AKM1200

[50Y VH D-D CON BLOCK]
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC2531
IC2502
IC2503
IC2534,IC2535
Q2533

BA10358F
MIP2E3DMC
PS2701A-1(L)
TA76431FR
2SC2412K

IC2602
IC2601,IC2603,IC2606
IC2605,IC2614
Q2610
Q2601,Q2609

BA10358F
PS2701A-1(L)
TA76431FR
2SA1163
2SA1576A

Q2608
Q2607
Q2612
Q2605,Q2606
Q2603,Q2604,Q2611

2SA2005
2SC2713
2SC4081
2SD1898
DTC143EUA
HN1C01FU
1SS226
1SS301
1SS355
CRH01

D2610
D2617
D2607,D2608
D2605
D2616

D1FL40
UDZS15(B)
UDZS4R7(B)
UDZS5R1(B)
UDZS5R6(B)

D

2SC3425
2SD2568
HN1C01FU
1SS355
CRH01

D2523,D2532
D2533
D2536
D2530,D2531

D1FK60
UDZS33(B)
UDZS4R7(B)
UDZS8R2(B)

E

COILS AND FILTERS
& gt; T2602 CONVERTER TRANS.
& gt; T2601 SWITCHING TRANS.

Q2531
Q2532
Q2511
D2534
D2522,D2524

ATK1156
ATK1161

CAPACITORS

COILS AND FILTERS
& gt; T2503 CONVERTER TRANS.
L2501

C

Q2602,Q2613,Q2641
D2611
D2604,D2612
D2602,D2613-D2615
D2601,D2603,D2609,D2618

CAPACITORS
C2404,C2411
C2401,C2407,C2414
C2402,C2403,C2405,C2408-C2410
C2412

ATK1158
LFEA101J

C2608,C2610
C2613
C2606
C2607
C2605,C2612,C2614

CEHAT101M25
CEHAT221M25
CEHAT221M6R3
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB103K50

C2601,C2604,C2609
C2602,C2615
C2603
C2611

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSRYF104Z50
CKSSYB104K10

6

F

37

PDP-506PE
5

B

7

8

1

Mark No.
RESISTORS

2

Description

Part No.

R2613
R2641,R2642
R2629
R2625,R2626
R2608,R2612,R2630,R2632,R2635

RS1/16S4702F
RS1/16S5601F
RS1/16S6801F
RS3LMF151J
CCP1390

Other Resistors

Mark No.
OTHERS

RAB4C472J
RS1/10S224J
RS1/16S1002F
RS1/16S1501F
RS1/16S4701F

R2618
R2636
R2652
R2627
VR2601

A

3

CN3003
CN3004
JA3001
JA3002

RS1/16S###J

4

Description
PH CONNECTOR 6P
PH CONNECTOR 12P
DVI CONNECTOR
MDR CONNECTOR

Part No.
AKM1277
AKM1298
AKP1276
AKP1277

[MODULE UCOM BLOCK]
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC3156
IC3151
IC3157
IC3158
IC3155
IC3152,IC3153
IC3160
IC3159
Q3151
D3156,D3159,D3161-D3163

HD DIGITAL ASSY
OTHERS
DD CON UNIT
REMOTE RECEIVER UNIT

AXY1116
RPM7240-H4

C3151
C3164
C3171,C3172,C3180
C3154
C3152,C3153,C3155-C3158

IC3002
IC3001
IC3004
Q3009
Q3007

BA8274F
SII1169CTU
SN74AHC32PW
2SC4081
DTA143EUA

Q3004
Q3005
Q3002,Q3006,Q3008
Q3003
D3001,D3002

DTC124EUA
DTC143EUA
RN1901
RN2901
1SS355

D3012
D3007-D3011
D3003

DA204U
RB751V-40
UDZS6R8(B)

R3160,R3171,R3176
R3174
Other Resistors

& gt; X3151 CERAMIC RESONATOR

IC3301
IC3304
IC3302,IC3305
IC3303
Q3302

CCSSCH820J50
CCSSCH820J50
CKSRYF105Z10
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16

MBM29PL160TD75TN
PST3610UR
PST3628UR
SN74AHC08PW
HN1C01FU

Q3301

ACH1357
ACH1396
CCSRCH331J50
CCSRCH470J50
CCSSCH101J50

C3041,C3043

ASS1178

[PANEL FLASH BLOCK]
SEMICONDUCTORS

CAPACITORS

C3001,C3008,C3011,C3020,C3022
C3025-C3027
C3018,C3021,C3023,C3024
C3015-C3017,C3028,C3029
C3031,C3032,C3035,C3037,C3039

RAB4C101J
RAB4C103J
RS1/16S###J

OTHERS

QTL1011
QTL1013

C3030
C3034,C3036,C3038,C3040,C3042
C3003,C3005,C3009,C3014,C3019
C3046
C3044,C3045

CKSSYF104Z16

RESISTORS

COILS AND FILTERS
F3005 CHIP SOLID INDUCTOR
L3003 CHIP SOLID INDUCTOR

ACH1357
CCSSCH101J50
CKSRYB105K6R3
CKSSYB102K50
CKSSYF104Z16

C3160-C3163,C3165,C3166,C3170

[TMDS RX BLOCK]
SEMICONDUCTORS

D

DAN202U

CAPACITORS

HD DIGITAL ASSY

C

SN74AHC541PW
TC74VHC123AFTS1
TC7W126FU
2SJ461A
1SS355

D3151,D3152,D3154,D3155,D3158

B

BR24L04FJ-W
M30620FCPGP-U5C
M62334FP
MM1522XU
SN74AHC08PW

RN1901

CKSSYF104Z16

CAPACITORS
C3311
C3317
C3304,C3307,C3309
C3305,C3310
C3315

CCSRCH470J50
CCSRCH471J50
CKSRYB472K50
CKSSYB102K50
CKSSYB104K10

C3301-C3303,C3306,C3308,C3316

E

CKSSYF104Z16

RESISTORS
RESISTORS
R3007
R3008-R3013
R3018
R3021
Other Resistors

F

All Resistors
RAB4C220J
RAB4C470J
RAB4C472J
RS1/16S3900F
RS1/16S###J

38

RS1/16S###J

OTHERS
& gt; X3302 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR

ASS1188

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

Mark No.
Description
[SQ ASIC BLOCK]
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC3401

6

Part No.

7

Mark No.

8

Description

Part No.

HD IR ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
PEG122C

Q1681
D1681

2SC4116
DA204U

A

COILS AND FILTERS
CAPACITORS

F3401,F3402 EMI FILTER
CCG1162
L3401-L3403 CHIP SOLID INDUCTOR QTL1013

CAPACITORS
C3402,C3419 (100UF/6.3V)
C3425,C3441 (100UF/6.3V)
C3414-C3416,C3426-C3438
C3403-C3410,C3412,C3413
C3417,C3418,C3420-C3424

ACH1396
ACH1396
CKSRYF105Z10
CKSSYF104Z16
CKSSYF104Z16

C3439,C3440,C3442-C3449

CKSSYF104Z16

RESISTORS
R3402,R3412
R3405-R3407,R3409,R3410
R3416,R3417
R3425
Other Resistors

RAB4C101J
RAB4C220J
RAB4C220J
RS1/16S5601F
RS1/16S###J

C1681
C1682
C1683
C1684

CEVW470M6R3
CKSRYB103K50
CKSSYB102K50
CKSSYF104Z16

RESISTORS
All Resistors

RS1/16S###J

OTHERS
CN1681 3P L TYPE PLUG
V1681 REMOTE RECEIVER UNIT

HD AUDIO ASSY
OTHERS
J3901 1P BOARD IN WIRE

[ADDRESS BLOCK]
SEMICONDUCTORS
D3501,D3502

CAPACITORS
CKSSYB102K50

RESISTORS
R3521,R3522,R3525
R3524
R3519,R3520
Other Resistors

RAB4C101J
RAB4C222J
RAB4C472J
RS1/16S###J

Q3756,Q3759
Q3758,Q3760

CKSSYF104Z16

C

BR24L02FJ-W
LA4625
NJM7809FA
NJW1183L
2SA1576A
2SC4081
DTC124EUA

CAPACITORS
CEAT1R0M50
CEHAT100M50
CEHAT100M50
CEHAT101M16
CEHAT1R0M50

C3762
C3752,C3753,C3819,C3820
C3759
C3757
C3755

CEHAT220M50
CEHAT2R2M50
CEHAT331M16
CEHAT471M25
CEHAT472M25

C3763
C3754,C3805
C3767,C3770,C3772-C3774
C3781,C3782,C3789,C3792-C3795
C3806,C3807,C3813

CEHATR47M50
CFTLA103J50
CFTLA104J50
CFTLA104J50
CFTLA104J50

C3810
C3778
C3758,C3760,C3796
C3769,C3815
C3779

CFTLA223J50
CFTLA334J50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB822K50

C3816

AKM1217
AKM1217
VKN1310

[DIGITAL DD CON BLOCK]
CAPACITORS
C3609

IC3754
IC3751
IC3752
IC3753
Q3751,Q3754,Q3755,Q3757

C3797,C3808,C3812,C3814
C3775,C3777,C3788,C3790,C3791
C3799
C3761,C3764,C3786,C3798
C3766,C3780,C3783-C3785

OTHERS
CN3501-CN3504 40P CONNECTOR
CN3506 40P CONNECTOR
CN3505

ADX3123

[AUDIO AMP BLOCK]
SEMICONDUCTORS

DAN202U

C3501-C3504

B

KM200NA3L
RPM7240-H4

CKSRYF104Z16

D

RESISTORS
R3611
Other Resistors

RAB4C101J
RS1/16S###J

HD LED ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
D1671
D1672

SML-311UT
SML512BC4T

E

COILS AND FILTERS
& gt; F1671-F1673 CHIP SOLID INDUCTOR QTL1011

RESISTORS
R3768-R3770,R3782
R3752
Other Resistors

RD1/2MMF2R2J
RD1/2MMF4R7J
RS1/16S###J

39

PDP-506PE
5

6

F

7

8

1

Mark No.
OTHERS

2

Description

4

3

4

Part No.

CN3752 12P PH CONNECTOR
3771 AUDIO HEATSINK
CN3751 3P TOP POST (VH)
3772-3775 SCREW
KN3751 WRAPPING TERMINAL

AKM1335
ANH1636
B3P-VH
VBB30P100FNI
VNF1084

KN3752 WRAPPING TERMINAL

A

3

VNF1084

[ST TERMINAL BLOCK]
COILS AND FILTERS
& gt; L3901,L3902 LINE FILTER

ATF1206

CAPACITORS
B

& gt; C3906,C3908,C3914,C3916

C3903,C3911
C3904,C3912

CCSRCH101J50
CKSRYB332K50
CKSRYF473Z50

RESISTORS
R3901-R3904

RD1/2MMF100J

OTHERS
JA3901 SPEAKER TERMINAL

C

AKE1061

POWER SUPPLY UNIT
POWER SUPPLY Unit has no service part.

D

E

F

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1

2

5

6

7

8

6. ADJUSTMENT
A

1. At shipment, the unit is adjusted to its best conditions. Normally, it is not necessary to readjust even if an assembly is replaced. If the
adjustment is shifted or if it becomes necessary to readjust because of part replacement, etc., perform the adjustment as described below.
2. Any value changed in Service/Factory mode will be stored in memory as soon as it is changed. Before readjustment, take note of the
original values for reference in case you need to restore the original settings.
3. Use a stable AC power supply.

6.1 ADJUSTMENT REQUIRED WHEN THE SET IS REPAIRED OR REPLACED
When any of the following assemblies is replaced
B

POWER SUPPLY Unit

(Clear the history data on the number of power-ons.)
Refer to " 7.1.7 HOW TO CLEAR HISTORY DATA. "

HD DIGITAL Assy

Writing of backup data is required.
Refer to the " 7.1.6 BACKUP WHEN THE MAIN UNIT IS
ADJUSTED. "

50 X DRIVE Assy

No adjustment required

50 Y DRIVE Assy

No adjustment required

Service Panel

Refer to the " 6.3 METHOD FOR REPLACING THE SERVICE
PANEL ASSY. "

Other assemblies

No adjustment required

C

When any part in the following assemblies is replaced
The assembly must be replaced as a unit, and no part
replacement is allowed.

POWER SUPPLY Unit
HD DIGITAL Assy

No adjustment required

50 X DRIVE Assy

No adjustment required

50 Y DRIVE Assy

No adjustment required

Other assemblies

D

No adjustment required
E

F

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5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

6.2 RS-232C COMMAND
A

o The panel control items for the PDP-506PE, PU / PDP-436PE, PU systems can be controlled with the RS-232C commands by connecting
a PC through the GGF1475 special communication device when the Media Receiver is not connected with the PDP.
Note: The special communication device for the PDP-503P cannot be used with this unit, because the control lines within the MDR cable are
different.

1. Connection

Communication line:
Connect the system cable.

B
SYSTEM
CABLE

WHITE

BLACK

GGF1475 special
communication device
PC for control
Connect to the D-SUB 9-pin connector.

MDR

D-SUB 9-pin straight cable

C

o Schematic diagram of the special communication device

D

E

F

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1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

2. Command format

A

7 Communication protocol
Start bit
Data
Parity
Stop bit
Baud rate

: 1bit
: 8bit
: 0 (none)
: 1bit
: 38400bps

7 Start and stop conditions
STX (start condition): 0x02
ETX (stop condition): 0x03

B

7 ID setting
No ID setting (corresponding to all ASCII codes)

7 Acknowledgement (ACK)
o Acknowledgement (ACK) will be sent back when the unit returns to Standby mode for the next command after the
process of the received command is finished.
o The return data will be a received command in capital letters, but without an ID.
Example of communication: For a command listed on the command list
MR / External PC
STX
0x02

ID
**

C

Returns from the PDP

Command ETX
CBU
0x03

STX Command ETX
0x02
CBU
0x03

o If a received command is not one listed on the command list, " ERR " (3 characters) will be sent back.
Example of communication: For a command that is not listed on the command list
MR / External PC
STX
0x02

ID
**

Returns from the PDP

Command ETX
AAA
0x03

D

STX Command ETX
0x02
ERR
0x03

o If the operation of a received command is not possible in a certain status, " XXX " (3 characters) will be sent back.
Example of communication: If an adjustment command that gives an adjustment value out of the adjustable range is sent
MR / External PC
STX

ID

0x02

**

Returns from the PDP

Adjustment Adjustment
ETX
Command
Value
0x03
VOL
128

STX Command ETX
0x02
XXX
0x03

E

7 Error process
If an error is generated between STX and ETX, a return signal will not be issued.

F

43

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5

6

7

8

1

A

2

3

4

3. Definition of various commands
7 Simple-function command
A simple-function command orders an operation that will conclude by itself, and it consists of 3 characters.
Example of communication:
MR / External PC
STX
0x02

B

ID
**

Returns from the PDP

Command ETX
CPD
0x03

STX Command ETX
0x02
CPD
0x03

7 Adjustment command and adjustment value
An adjustment command is accompanied by an adjustment value and orders a change in the adjustment value,
such as for the contrast adjustment.
o Adjustment command + adjustment value = & gt; The attached parameter will be the adjustment value.
o The adjustment value to be attached to an adjustment command consists of 3 characters in decimal, in the range of
000 to 999.
Example of communication:
MR / External PC
STX
0x02

C

ID

Returns from the PDP

Adjustment Adjustment
ETX
Command
Value

**

CNT

128

STX

0x03

Adjustment Adjustment
ETX
Command
Value

0x02

CNT

128

0x03

o If the adjustment value of the received command is out of the adjustable range, " XXX " will be sent back, and the
adjustment value will not be changed.
o If the adjustment value of the received command is the same as the current adjustment value, the adjustment value
will be overwritten, and " XXX " will not be sent back.

7 Setup command and setup value
A setup command is accompanied by a setup value and orders a change in the setup value, such as for the mask setup.
o Setup command + setup value = & gt; The attached parameter will be the setup value.
o The setup value to be attached to a setup command consists of 3 characters in decimal, in the range of S00 to S99.
Example of communication:

D

MR / External PC
STX

ID

0x02

**

Returns from the PDP

Adjustment Adjustment
ETX
Command
Value
0x03
MKS
S02

Adjustment Adjustment
ETX
Command
Value
0x02
0x03
MKS
S02
STX

o If the setup value of the received command is out of the range, " XXX " will be sent back, and the setup value will not be
changed.
o If the setup value of the received command is the same as the current setup value, the setup value will be overwritten,
and " XXX " will not be sent back.
E

7 QUEST (acquiring status) command
If a QUEST command is received from the main unit's microcomputer, data for various adjustment values will be read
from memory and sent back. The return data consist of the received command as an echo back, return data, and a
checksum.
o Return data: A string of characters defined for each QUEST command is converted into ASCII codes and transmitted.
o The configuration and the data length of return data are defined for individual QUEST commands.
Example of communication:
MR / External PC

Returns from the PDP

STX

QST
Command

ETX

STX

0x02

F

ID
**

QS1

0x03

0x02

QST
Command Return Data Checksum

ETX

54AHM2**

0x03

QS1

7B

o Checksum (CS): A checksum is used for judging if any error exists in the data sent back from the panel. If an error is
detected, it is possible to resend the QUEST command from the MR / External PC to try to acquire data again.
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2

3

4

5

6

7

8

A

4. RS-232C command for module microcomputer
Command
Name

Effective only in
Factory mode

Function

Remarks

A
ABL

***

ABL ADJUSTMENT

Adjusting the upper limit of the power

AMT

S00

AUDIO MUTE OFF

Turning off the audio muting

S01

AUDIO MUTE ON

Turning on the audio muting

APW

S00

APL WB FUNCTION:OFF

WB correction interlocked with APL: OFF

?

S01

APL WB FUNCTION:ON

WB correction interlocked with APL: ON

?

BAL

***

BALANCE ADJUSTMENT

Audio balance adjustment

BAS

***

BASS ADJUSTMENT

Audio bass adjustment

BACKUP COPY

Copying the backup data in the EEPROM

?

?

B

B

BCP
C
CBU

CLEAR BACKUP

Clearing backup data

?

CHM

CLEAR HOUR METER

Clearing data of the hour meter

?

Used only when the panel is replaced

CPC

CLEAR POWER ON COUNT

Clearing power-on count data

?

Used only when the power unit is replaced

CPD

CLEAR POWER DOWN

Clearing power-down information

?

Used only when the panel is replaced

CPM

CLEAR PLUSE METER

Clearing data of the pulse meter

?

Used only when the panel is replaced

CSD

CLEAR SHUT DOWN

Clearing shutdown information

?

Used only when the panel is replaced

S00

DRIVE OFF

Main power off

S01

DRIVE ON

Main power on

S00

POWER CONTROL NORMAL Setting Power Consumption mode to 4-split normal curve

S01

POWER CONTROL MODE1

Setting Power Consumption mode to 2-split normal curve

S02

POWER CONTROL MODE2

Setting Power Consumption mode to 2-split power-saving curve

S10

POWER CONTROL NORMAL Setting Power Consumption mode to 4-split normal curve (domestic)

S11

POWER CONTROL MODE1

Setting Power Consumption mode to 2-split normal curve (domestic)

S12

POWER CONTROL MODE2

Setting Power Consumption mode to 2-split power-saving curve (domestic)

Determining the flag of the HD DIGITAL Assy adjustment in " adjustment is completed "

C

D
DRV

E
ESV

D

F
?

FAJ

FINISH ADJUSTMENT

FAN

FACTRY NO

FAY

FACTRY YES

Entering Factory mode

S00

FOCUS OFF

Turning the FOCUS function off

S01

FOCUS ON

Turning the FOCUS function on

S00

MASK COMBINATION OFF

MASK off

S01

MASK COMBINATION 01

H ramp (slant 1) M

?

S02

MASK COMBINATION 02

H ramp (slant 4) M

?

S03

MASK COMBINATION 03

Slanting ramp M

?

S04

MASK COMBINATION 04

30 for aging

?

S05

MASK COMBINATION 05

05 for aging

?

S06

MASK COMBINATION 06

Erasing afterimage 1

?

S07

MASK COMBINATION 07

Erasing afterimage 2 (RGB: zigzag, V: reverse)

?

S08

MASK COMBINATION 08

White (change in luminance level)

?

S09

MASK COMBINATION 09

PEAK SEEK RASTER

?

S00

MASK SINGLE OFF

MASK OFF

S01

MASK SINGLE 1

H ramp (slant 1)

?

S02

MASK SINGLE 2

H ramp (slant 4)

?

S03

MASK SINGLE 3

V ramp (slant 1)

?

S04

MASK SINGLE 4

Slanting ramp

?

FCS

?
Turning the mask setting off

M
MKC

MKS

E

F

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7

8

1

2

3

4

A

Command
Name

Effective only in
Factory mode

Function

Window(Hi=1023Lo=102)

?

MASK SINGLE 7

Window(Hi=1023)

?

MASK SINGLE 8

Window(Hi=1023)4%

?

MASK SINGLE 9

Window(Hi=1023)1.25%

?

MASK SINGLE 10

Window(1/7LINE)

?

S11

MASK SINGLE 11

STRIPE(MGT/GRN)

?

S12

MASK SINGLE 12

STRIPE(GRN/MGT)

?

S13

MASK SINGLE 13

B & W, checker (1 line)

?

S14

MASK SINGLE 14

B & W, checker (2 lines)

?

S15

MASK SINGLE 15

B & W, checker (4 lines)

?

S16

MASK SINGLE 16

B & W, checker (8 lines)

?

S17

MASK SINGLE 17

COLOR BAR

?

S18

MASK SINGLE 18

Slanting lines

?

S19

MASK SINGLE 19

Red & black, checker (1 line)

?

S20

MASK SINGLE 20

Red & black, checker (2 lines)

?

S21

MASK SINGLE 21

Red & black, checker (4 ines)

?

S22

MASK SINGLE 22

Red & black, checker (8 lines)

?

S23

MASK SINGLE 23

RGB zigzag, V reverse

?

S24

MASK SINGLE 24

SUS 2000 pulses (black raster)

?

S25

MASK SINGLE 25

Window(Hi=870Lo=102) PATTAN3

?

S26

MASK SINGLE 26

Window(Hi=1023Lo=102) PATTAN3

?

S27

MASK SINGLE 27

Window(Hi=1023) Pattern 3

?

S28

MASK SINGLE 28

Window(Hi=1023)4% Pattern 3

?

S29

MASK SINGLE 29

Window(Hi=1023)1.25% Pattern 3

?

S30

MASK SINGLE 30

Window(1/7LINE) Pattern 3

?

S51

MASK SINGLE 51

Raster - White

?

S52

MASK SINGLE 52

Raster - Red

?

S53

MASK SINGLE 53

Raster - Green

?

S54

MASK SINGLE 54

Raster - Blue

?

S55

MASK SINGLE 55

Raster - Black

?

S56

MASK SINGLE 56

Raster - Cyan

?

S57

MASK SINGLE 57

Raster - Magenta

?

S58

MASK SINGLE 58

Raster - Yellow

?

S59

MASK SINGLE 59

Raster - Cyan 460 :W

?

S60

MASK SINGLE 60

Raster - Green 774 :W

?

S61

MASK SINGLE 61

Raster - Gray 912 :W

?

S62

MASK SINGLE 62

Raster - Yellow egg color: W

?

S63

MASK SINGLE 63

Raster - Beige: W

?

S64

MASK SINGLE 64

Raster - Sky color: W

?

S65

MASK SINGLE 65

Raster - Pale purple: W

?

S66

MASK SINGLE 66

Raster - Magenta 54 :W

?

S67

MASK SINGLE 67

Raster - Red 588

?

S68

MASK SINGLE 68

Red 1023 + ?

?

S69

MASK SINGLE 69

Green 1023 + ?

?

S70

MASK SINGLE 70

Blue 1023 + ?

?

S71

MASK SINGLE 71

Red 588 + ?

?

S72

MASK SINGLE 72

Green 588 + ?

?

S73

F

MASK SINGLE 6

S10

E

?

S09

D

Window(Hi=870Lo=102)

S08

C

MASK SINGLE 5

S07

B

S05
S06

MKS

MASK SINGLE 73

Blue 588 + ?

Remarks

?

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3

4

5

6

7

8

A

Command
Name
MKS

Function

Effective only in
Factory mode
?

S74

MASK SINGLE 74

Raster -Gray 512 (reservation)

Remarks

Switching panel functions interlocked with the AV selection

P
PAV

S**

PANEL AV MODE

PBH

***

PANEL BLUE HIGH

Panel white balance adjustment - Blue highlight

?

PBL

***

PANEL BLUE LOW

Panel white balance adjustment - Blue low light

?

PDM

S00

PD MUTE OFF

Passing PD signals to the Power SUPPLY Unit = & gt; Power-down

S01

PD MUTE ON

Not passing PD signals to the Power SUPPLY Unit = & gt; No power-down

PFN

FACTORY NO

Factory mode: off

?

PFS

PANEL FINAL SETUP

Setup at shipment

?

FACTORY YES

Factory mode: on

PFY

B

PGH

***

PANEL GREEN HIGH

Panel white balance adjustment - Green highlight

?

PGL

***

PANEL GREEN LOW

Panel white balance adjustment - Green low light

?

PGM

S**

PANEL GAMMA

Setting of the gamma table

PMT

S00

MUTE OFF

Canceling panel muting

S01

MUTE ON

Panel muting

POF

POWER OFF

Power off

PON

POWER ON

Power on

PANEL PROTECT OFF

Panel protection: off

?
?

C

PPT

S00
S01

PANEL PROTECT ON

Panel protection: on

PUC

S00

PUER CINEMA:OFF

Pure cinema: off

S01

PUER CINEMA:STD

Pure cinema: standard

S02

PUER CINEMA:ADV

Pure cinema: advanced

QAJ

QUEST ADJUSTMENT

Acquiring various adjustment values

QIP

QUEST PANEL INFORMATION

Acquiring various input signal data

QPD

QUEST POWER-DOWN

Acquiring logs of power-down points

QPM

QUEST PULSE METER

Acquiring data of the pulse meter

QPW

QUEST PANEL WHITE BALANCE Acquiring panel white balance adjustment values

QS1

QUEST STATUS 1

Acquiring data on the unit, such as the version of the program

QS2

QUEST STATUS 2

Acquiring data on the status of the unit, such as temperature

QSD

QUEST SHUT DOWN

Acquiring data on shutdown

QSI

QUEST SIGNAL INFORMATION Acquiring data related with signals

Q

D

R
RBL

S**

PANEL REVISE BLUE LEVEL Setting of blue level for panel degradation correction

?

RGL

S**

PANEL REVISE GREEN LEVEL

Setting of green level for panel degradation correction

?

RHI

***

RED HIGH

User white balance - Red highlight

RLW

***

RED LOW

User white balance - Red low light

RRL

S**

PANEL REVISE RED LEVEL

Setting of red level for panel degradation correction

?

RSW

***

XY-RST-W ADJ

Adjustment of the width of XY reset pulse

?

S00

SD MUTE OFF

Shutdown enabled

S01

SD MUTE ON

Shutdown prohibited

S01

SUS FREQUENCY MODE1

Measures against AM radio noise - Pattern 1

?

S02

SUS FREQUENCY MODE2

Measures against AM radio noise - Pattern 2

?

S03

SUS FREQUENCY MODE3

Measures against AM radio noise - Pattern 3

?

S04

SUS FREQUENCY MODE4

Measures against AM radio noise - Pattern 4

?

S05

SUS FREQUENCY MODE5

Measures against AM radio noise - Pattern 5

?

S06

SUS FREQUENCY MODE6

Measures against AM radio noise - Pattern 6

?

S07

SUS FREQUENCY MODE7

Measures against AM radio noise - Pattern 7

?

E

S
SDM

SFR

F

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1

2

3

4

A

Command
Name
SFR

Effective only in
Factory mode

Function

S08 SUS FREQUENCY MODE8

Measures against AM radio noise - Pattern 8

?

SMM

S**

SIDE MASK MODE

Setting of the effective area during streaking correction

?

SN0

***

SERIAL NO 0

Setting of the serial No. 0 (panel)

?

SN1

***

SERIAL NO 1

Setting of the serial No. 1 (panel)

?

SN2

***

SERIAL NO 2

Setting of the serial No. 2 (panel)

?

SN3

***

SERIAL NO 3

Setting of the serial No. 3 (panel)

?

SN4

***

SERIAL NO 4

Setting of the serial No. 4 (panel)

?

SRS

S00 SRS OFF

SRS function: off

S01 SRS ON

SRS function: on

S00 SYSTEM CABLE NO

Prohibiting monitoring of cable disconnection detection

S01 SYSTEM CABLE YES

B

Remarks

Permitting monitoring of cable disconnection detection

S00 TRUBASS OFF

TruBass function: off

SYS

T
TBS

S01 TRUBASS ON

TruBass function: on

***

TREBLE ADJUSTMENT

Audio treble adjustment

UN-ADJUSTMENT

Determining the flag for the HD DIGITAL Assy adjustment in " not adjusted "

?

S01 FREQENCY VIDEO 48Hz

Setting the frequency in Mask mode to VD-48 Hz

?

S02 FREQENCY VIDEO 50Hz

Setting the frequency in Mask mode to VD-50 Hz

?

S03 FREQENCY VIDEO 60Hz

Setting the frequency in Mask mode to VD-60 Hz

?

S05 FREQENCY THEATER 72Hz

Setting the frequency in Mask mode to VD-72 Hz

?

S06 FREQENCY 75Hz

Setting the frequency in Mask mode to VD-75 Hz

?

S13 FREQENCY PC 60Hz

Setting the frequency in Mask mode to PC-60 Hz

?

S14 FREQENCY PC 70Hz

TRE

Setting the frequency in Mask mode to PC-70 Hz

U
UAJ

C

V
VFQ

?

S22 FREQENCY VIDEO 50Hz NONSTD Setting the frequency in Mask mode to VD-50 Hz (nonstandard)

?

S23 FREQENCY VIDEO 60Hz NONSTD Setting the frequency in Mask mode to VD-60 Hz (nonstandard)

?

S25 FREQENCY VIDEO 72Hz NONSTD Setting the frequency in Mask mode to VD-72 Hz (nonstandard)

?

S26 FREQENCY VIDEO 75Hz NONSTD Setting the frequency in Mask mode to VD-75 Hz (nonstandard)

?

VOF

***

Vofs ADJUSTMENT

Adjustment of the reference value of Vofs voltage

?

VOL

***

VOLUME

Audio volume adjustment

VRP

***

Vrp ADJUSTMENT

Adjustment of the reference value of Vrst-p voltage

?

VSU

***

Vsus ADJUSTMENT

Adjustment of the reference value of Vsus voltage

?

D

W
WBI

Panel WB standard output mode: off

?

S01 WB INITIALIZE YES

Panel WB standard output mode: on

?

***

X-SUS-B ADJ

X-SUS-B ADJ

?

YSB

***

Y-SUS-B ADJ

Y-SUS-B ADJ

?

YTG

***

Y-SUSTAIL ADJ

Y-SUSTAIL ADJ

?

YTW

E

S00 WB INITIALIZE NO

WBI

***

Y-SUSTAIL W AJD

Y-SUSTAIL W AJD

?

X
XSB
Y

F

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5

6

7

8

A

5. QUEST commands (for acquiring status)
With a QUEST command, data on STBY/ON, PD, and SD can be obtained while the unit is on.

7 Acquisition of panel statuses o o o [QS1]
The command QS1 is for acquiring data necessary for authentication of both the main unit's microcomputer and the
module's microcomputer.
Command
Format

Effective Operation
Modes

[QS1]

All operations

Function

Remarks

To acquire data on product status

Return data: 3 (ECO)+43(DATA)+2(CS)=48Byte
B

Data
Length

Output Example

3Byte

Data Arrangement

QS1

ECO

? Resolution/size
4

1

Resolution/size

1Byte

Generation

1Byte

Destination

1Byte

*

4

Grade

1Byte

*

5

Product type

1Byte

S

6

MDUcom-Boot

3Byte

G6

6

3

1280*768-50

6

5

2

5

? Generation

1024*768-43

01A

7

MDUcom-PRG

8Byte

SEQUENCE PROCESSOR-Boot

3Byte

*

? Grade
*

Common

Common
C

001SM " space × 3 "

8

? Destination

01A

9

SEQUENCE PROCESSOR-Boot

8Byte

001AM " space × 3 "

10

SQ-VIDEO(43/42)

4Byte

001X

1st character

11

SQ-PC(43/42)

4Byte

001X

2nd character

12

SQ-VIDEO(50/61)

4Byte

001W

3rd character

A

When the boot version is common to 43/50

13

SQ-PC(50/61)

4Byte

001W

X

When the boot version is only for 43

2Byte

7B

W

When the boot version is only for 50

CS

? MDUcom/SEQUENCE PROCESSOR-Boot o o o 3Byte
Representing the boot version in 2-digit
decimal

D

? Product type
S

System model

? MDUcom/SEQUENCE PROCESSOR-PRG o o o 8Byte
1st character

-

2nd character

For a mass-production product
For representing the version in 2-digit
decimal

3rd character

1st - 3rd characters

4th character

Num

For representing the version in 3-digit decimal

W

When the sequence data are only for 50

X

When the sequence data are only for 43

E

4th character
A

When the program is common to 43/50
(for SEQUENCE PROCESSOR)

S
5th character

? SEQUENCE-Data o o o 8Byte

When the program is only for another unit
(for MDUcom)

M

Fixed

6th character

Reservation

7th character

Reservation

8th character

Reservation

o For the version indication, the bytes reserved for special use must be replaced with spaces if they are not used.
F

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6

7

8

1

A

2

3

4

7 Acquisition of panel operation data o o o [QS2]
The command QS2 is for acquiring data on the panel's operations. Basically, this command is used for the module's
microcomputer to inform the main unit's microcomputer of changes in panel operation.
Command
Format
[QS2]

Effective Operation
Modes
All operations

Function

To acquire data on operations of the panel Return data: 3 (ECO)+23(DATA)+2(CS)=28Byte

Data
Length

Output Example

3Byte

Data Arrangement

B

QS2

ECO
1

Notification of mode shifting to STB

1Byte

1

2

Flag for adjustment of the main unit

1Byte

0

3

Flag for adjustment-data backup

1Byte

0

4

" 1st PD " data

1Byte

0

5

" 2nd PD " data

1Byte

0

6

Reservation

3Byte

***

7

Temperature data (TEMP 1)

3Byte

128

8

SD main data

1Byte

0

9

SD subdata

1Byte

0

10

Operation status induced by SD

1Byte

0

11

Data from the hour meter

8Byte

00000259

12

C

Remarks

MASK indication

1Byte

0

2Byte

CS

4A

Note : " 00000259 " of " Data from the hour meter " means 2 hours 59 minuts.

D

? Notification of mode
shifting to Standby

? PD data

? SD main data

Entering Standby
mode failed

1

Entering Standby
mode succeeded

? Adjustment of the
main unit

0

No PD data

0

No SD

1

Not used

1

SQ-IC

2

POWER

2

MDU-IIC

3

SCAN

3

RST2

4

0

SCN-5V

4

5

Not used

Panel having high
temperature

6

Y-DCDC

5

Short-circuited
speaker

0

Adjustment completed

7

1

Adjustment not
completed

8

ADRS

9

X-DRV

A

X-DCDC

? Adjustment-data
backup

B

0

With backup data

D

No data

E

2

During warning
indication

? MASK indication
0

MASK-OFF
MASK-ON

DAC

4

Specification inability

BACKUP

3

Not used

F

Relay-off completed

EEPROM

2

SQ-IC

1

1

No SD subdata

1

Not used

0

Normal

? SD subdata (IIC)

X-SUS

C

0

1

Y-SUS

E

? Operation status
induced by SD

VOL IC

5

DVI

F

50

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2

3

4

5

6

7

8

A

7 Acquisition of other data on the panel o o o [QIP]
The command QIP is for acquiring data other than those available with QS1 (data necessary before turning the power on)
and QS2 (data to inform of operational status change).
Command
Format

Effective Operation
Modes

[QIP]

All operations

Function

To acquire data on operations of the panel Return data: 3 (ECO)+39(DATA)+2(CS)=44Byte

ECO

Data
Length

Output Example

3Byte

Data Arrangement

Remarks

QIP

B

1

SERIAL

15Byte

_______________

2

HOUR METER

8Byte

00000000

3

BACKUP HR MTR

8Byte

00000000

4

PON COUNTER

8Byte

00000000

2Byte

94

CS

Note : The real product serial number is displayed in " SERIAL " .

C

7 Acquisition of panel adjustment data (common data) o o o [QAJ]
The command QAJ is for acquiring data on the panel's factory-preset items that are common to the main unit and that
share the same memory.
Command
Format

Effective Operation
Modes

[QAJ]

All operations

Function

Remarks

To acquire data on operations of the panel Return data: 3 (ECO)+27(DATA)+2(CS)=32Byte
D

ECO

Output Example

3Byte

Data Arrangement

Data
Length

QAJ

1

V-SUS adjustment value

3Byte

128

2

V-OFT adjustment value

3Byte

128

3

V-RST-P adjustment value

3Byte

128

4

XSB adjustment value

3Byte

128

5

YSB adjustment value

3Byte

128

6

YTG adjustment value

3Byte

128

7

YTW adjustment value

3Byte

128

8

RSW adjustment value

3Byte

128

9

R-RIVISE setting value

1Byte

0

10

G-RIVISE setting value

1Byte

0

11

B-RIVISE setting value

1Byte

0

2Byte

B7

CS

E

F

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7

8

1

A

2

3

4

7 Acquisition of ABL/WB adjustment data o o o [QPW]
The command QPW is for acquiring data on the panel's factory-preset items whose memory tables are changed in
sequence.
Command
Format
[QPW]

Effective Operation
Modes
All operations

Remarks

To acquire data on operations of the panel Return data: 3 (ECO)+35(DATA)+2(CS)=40Byte

Data
Length

ECO

Output
Example

3Byte

Data Arrangement
B

Function

QPW

1

Drive sequence

3Byte

Standard/nonstandard

1Byte

S

3

Type of ABL/WB tables

2Byte

T2

4

ABL adjustment value

3Byte

128

48V Video48 Hz

0

OFF

1

ON

60V Video60 Hz
72V Video72 Hz
75V Video75 Hz

256

R-HIGH adjustment value

6

G-HIGH adjustment value

3Byte

B-HIGH adjustment value

3Byte

256

8

R-LOW adjustment value

3Byte

512

9

G-LOW adjustment value

3Byte

512

10

B-LOW adjustment value

3Byte

512

S

Standard

11

Gamma setting

1Byte

A

N

Nonstandard

12

Streaking correction

1Byte

1

13

Peripheral luminance correction

1Byte

Reservation

1Byte

*

15

WB interlocked with APL

1Byte

0

OFF
ON (interlocked with APL)

0

14

0

256

7

16

Transition of protective operations

1Byte

Reservation

2Byte

? Standard/
nonstandard

? Transition of brightness by
protective operations

0 to F

Brightness being reduced

2

Lower limit state for brightness

3

n

Upper limit state for brightness

1

? Gamma setting

0

Brightness being increased

? Type of ABL/WB tables
Tn

n: 1 to 4

**

2Byte

70P PC70Hz

0

17
D

? Peripheral luminance
correction
2

60P PC60Hz

5

C

3Byte

? Setting for Items 12 and 15

50V Video50 Hz

60V

2

? Drive sequence

37

CS

7 Acquisition of parameters o o o [QPM]
The command QPM is for acquiring the accumulated number of pulses for each of 5 blocks from the EEPROM.
Command
Format
[QPM]

Effective Operation
Modes
All operations

Function

Remarks

To acquire data on operations of the panel Return data: 3 (ECO)+40(DATA)+2(CS)=45Byte

E

ECO

Data
Length

Output Example

3Byte

Data Arrangement

QPM

1

Pulse meter B 1

8Byte

00000000

2

Pulse meter B 2

8Byte

00000000

3

Pulse meter B 3

8Byte

00000000

4

Pulse meter B 4

8Byte

00000000

5

Pulse meter B 5

8Byte

00000000

2Byte

E7

CS
F

o The output data on the accumulated number of pulses for each block are calculated in the following way: the high-order 4
bytes of the accumulated number of pulses for each block are converted into a decimal number, and the high-order 8
digits are transmitted. The unit of each block is M_pulse (mega).
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4

5

6

7

8

A

7 Acquisition of PD logs o o o [QPD]
The command QPD is for acquiring data from the 8 latest power-down (PD) logs.

Command
Format

Effective Operation
Modes

[QPD]

All operations

Function

Remarks

To acquire data on the power-down logs

Return data: 3 (ECO)+80(DATA)+2(CS)=85Byte

Data
Length

ECO

Output Example

3Byte

Data Arrangement

QPD

0

No PD

? PD data

1

Latest " 1st PD " data

1byte

A

1

Not used

2

Latest " 2nd PD " data

1byte

2

2

B

P-POWER
SCAN

3

Data from the hour meter for the latest PD

8byte

00010020

3

4

Second latest " 1st PD " data

1byte

E

4

SCN-5V

5

Second latest " 2nd PD " data

1byte

9

5

Not used

6

Data from the hour meter for the second latest PD

8byte

00008523

6

Y-DCDC

7

Third latest " 1st PD " data

1byte

4

7

Y-SUS

8

Third latest " 2nd PD " data

1byte

3

8

Address

9

Data from the hour meter for the third latest PD

8byte

00004335

9

X-DRIVE

2

A

X-DCDC

10

Fourth latest " 1st PD " data

1byte

11

Fourth latest " 2nd PD " data

1byte

0

B

X-SUS

12

Data from the hour meter for the fourth latest PD

8byte

00000945

C

DIG-DCDC

13

Fifth latest " 1st PD " data

1byte

4

D

QS (driving stopped)

14

Fifth latest " 2nd PD " data

1byte

0

E

Not used

F

C

Specification inability

15

Data from the hour meter for the fifth latest PD

8byte

00000715

16

Sixth latest " 1st PD " data

1byte

A

17

Sixth latest " 2nd PD " data

1byte

2

18

Data from the hour meter for the sixth latest PD

8byte

00000552

19

Seventh latest " 1st PD " data

1byte

A

20

Seventh latest " 2nd PD " data

1byte

0

21

Data from the hour meter for the seventh latest PD

8byte

00000213

22

Eighth latest " 1st PD " data

1byte

D

23

Eighth latest " 2nd PD " data

1byte

0

24

Data from the hour meter for the eighth latest PD

8byte

000001A7

2Byte

27

CS

D

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7 Acquisition of SD logs o o o [QSD]
The command QSD is for acquiring the data from the 8 latest shutdown (SD) logs.
Command
Format
[QSD]

Effective Operation
Modes
All operations

Function
To acquire data on the shutdown logs

QSD

0

No SD

1byte

Latest SD data

Output Example

3Byte

ECO
1

Return data: 3 (ECO)+80(DATA)+2(CS)=85Byte

Data
Length

Data Arrangement
B

Remarks

1

1

SQ-IC
MDU-IIC

? SD data

2

Latest SD subcategory data

1byte

0

2

3

Data from the hour meter for the latest SD

8byte

00752013

3

RST2
Panel having high temperature
Short-circuited speaker

4

1byte

5

5

Second latest SD subcategory data

1byte

0

5

6

Data from the hour meter for the second latest SD

8byte

00495204

7

Third latest SD data

1byte

2

8

Third latest SD subcategory data

1byte

3

9

Data from the hour meter for the third latest SD

8byte

00100355

10

Fourth latest SD data

1byte

2

11

C

Second latest SD data

4

Fourth latest SD subcategory data

1byte

5

0

No SD subcategory
EEPROM

? SD subcategory

12

Data from the hour meter for the fourth latest SD

8byte

00075620

1

13

Fifth latest SD data

1byte

1

2

BACKUP
DAC

14

Fifth latest SD subcategory data

1byte

0

3

15

Data from the hour meter for the fifth latest SD

8byte

00000852

4

VOL-IC
DVI
Not used

16

1byte

2

17

Sixth latest SD subcategory data

1byte

5

6

18

Data from the hour meter for the sixth latest SD

8byte

000000451

19

Seventh latest SD data

1byte

0

20

Seventh latest SD subcategory data

1byte

0

21

Data from the hour meter for the seventh latest SD

8byte

00000000

22

Eighth latest SD data

1byte

0

23

Eighth latest SD subcategory data

1byte

0

24

D

Sixth latest SD data

5

Data from the hour meter for the eighth latest SD

8byte

00000000

2Byte

7D

CS

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7 Acquisition of input signal data o o o [QSI]
The command QSI is for acquiring all data on input video signals.
Command
Format

Effective Operation
Modes

[QSI]

All operations

Function

Remarks

To acquire all data on input video signals

Return data: 3 (ECO)+66(DATA)+2(CS)=71Byte

Data
Length

ECO

Output Example

3Byte

Data Arrangement

? Detection of existence of H

QSI
60V

N

No H

Y

H detected

B

1

Type of drive sequence

3byte

2

Standard/nonstandard

1byte

S

3

Type of ABL/WB tables

2byte

T1

4

Total value of PCN

4byte

0256

0

Upper limit state for brightness

5

Total value of PRH

4byte

0256

1

Brightness being reduced

6

Total value of PGH

4byte

0256

2

Lower limit state for brightness

7

Total value of PBH

4byte

0256

3

Brightness being increased

8

Total value of PBR

4byte

0512

9

Total value of PRL

4byte

0512

10

Total value of PGL

4byte

0512

11

Total value of PBL

4byte

0512

12

Reservation

2byte

**

13

Detection of existence of H

1byte

Y

14

Detection of V frequency

4byte

6002

15

Reservation

4byte

****

16

Obtained APL data

4byte

1023

17

Number of SUS pulses

4byte

0457

18

Result of detection of still picture

1byte

1

19

Result of detection of cracking in the panel

1byte

1

20

Result of detection for scanning protection

1byte

1

21

Result of detection for external protection

1byte

1

22

Transition of protection operation

1byte

0

23

Reservation

4byte

****

2Byte

27

CS

? Transition of brightness by
protection operation

C

D

o If data for an item cannot be obtained during Standby mode, the return data for that item will be " *. "
o The types of data for Items 1-3 in the table (drive sequence, standard/nonstandard, and type of ABL/WB tables) are the
same as with the command QPW.
o Each total value for Items 4-11 represents that of panel WB, user WB, and degradation correction, and the actual data being
sent to the ASTRA are output.
o Detection of V frequency: The V signal input to the panel is measured in the range of 30.51 to 99.99 Hz. The measured
value is multiplied by 100 and then output.
o Number of SUS pulses : The number is calculated from data from APL and the drive sequence. The output value must be
between 0174 and 2752.
o APL value: The APL value for the input video signal (or mask indication) will be output in the range of 0000 to 1023.

E

F

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7 Setting for Factory mode permission/prohibition o o o [FAY/FAN] [PFY/PFN]
The commands FAY/FAN and PFY/PFN are for prohibiting/permitting panel-adjustment commands during normal operation
and are to be used to avoid accidental change of panel adjustment values.
Operation

Command
Format
[FAY]

[PFN]

Adjustment mode: ON

During FAY

[PFY]

Remarks

Control (by the
microcomputer itself)

Normal operation mode
while the power is on

[FAN]
B

Effective Operation
Modes

Mask indications will be forcibly turned off.

Adjustment mode: OFF

With a PFY command, the mask does not change.

o Commands that are effective during normal operation will also be effective during FAY (PFY) mode.

Note:
o The functions shown below will be forcibly switched when Mask ON/OFF is switched. (Even if the panel is off, changed
settings will be retained.)
While the status of Mask ON or OFF is maintained, if settings for the individual functions shown in 1 and 2 are changed,
those settings are retained (even if the drive frequency is changed).

C

1 Functions related to picture quality
Function
Peripheral luminance correction

Setting while Mask is ON
OFF

Setting while Mask is OFF

Remarks

ON

WB correction interlocked with APL OFF

ON

Streaking correction

ON

OFF

2 Functions related to panel protection
Function

Setting while Mask is ON

Setting while Mask is OFF

Detection of still picture

OFF

ON

Detection of cracking in the panel

OFF

ON

Scanning protection

D

OFF

Remarks

ON

o Depending on the type of mask displayed, phosphor burn of the panel may occur. As the panel-protection function is
forcibly turned off with this model, care must be taken when color-bar signals are to be displayed for an extended period.

E

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7 Backup function for adjustment values for the main unit o o o [FAJ/UAJ/CBU/BCP]
When the HD DIGITAL Assy is to be replaced, adjustment values can be copied from the backup EEPROM to the
EEPROM of the Assy for service.
Command
Format

Operation
Effective
Operation Modes

To make the flag setting that
indicating that adjustment of the
main unit has been completed

[FAJ]

[UAJ]

During FAY

Remarks

Control (by the microcomputer itself)
Writing 00 to the 4-kbyte ROM and
copying to the 2-kbyte ROM

This takes at least 350 ms.

To make the flag setting that
Writing F0 to the 4-kbyte ROM
indicating that adjustment of the
main unit has not been completed

[CBU]

To make the flag setting that
indicating that backup data
have not been copied

Writing F0 to the 2-kbyte ROM

[BCP]

To make the flag setting that
indicating that backup data
have been copied

B

Copying backup data

The backup ROM is
initialized.

When the flag indicating that the line adjustments (SUS waveform, voltage margin, and panel WB) for the main unit have
been completed is set to on, data stored from Addresses 0x0000 to 0X00FF in the digital EEPROM are copied to the same
addresses of the backup EEPROM. Copying will be executed immediately before the relay of normal operation is off.
o When the command BCP is received while a warning indicating that backup copying has not been completed is displayed
(conditions: main EEPROM = not adjusted, and backup EEPROM = adjusted), backed-up data will be copied to the main
EEPROM, and various adjustment values related to Factory mode will be readjusted. Then LED warning indication will be
shut off, and normal LED indication will be restored.

C

o If the backup EEPROM has not been adjusted when the command BCP is received (0x0063 is not written to all three
addresses of the key data), copying of the backup data is not possible, and " XXX " is returned.
Address
0x0000

0x00FF

EEPROM for the module
microcomputer

EEPROM for data backup
Writing when the power is
off, etc.

Data that need backup, such as
adjustment values for the main
unit and the data from the hour
meter

0x0100

Address

Data that need backup, such as
adjustment values for the main
unit and the data from the hour
meter

0x00

0xFF

D

Executing copying with the
command BCP

Data that do not need backup,
such as raster mask color
0x01FF

Note:
o When the command FAJ, UAJ, or CBU is executed, only high-order one-byte (0x00 or 0xF0) key data will be written to the
EEPROM, and lower-order one-byte (0x63) data will not be changed.
o It takes at least 350 ms from reception of the command FAJ until an echo is sent back, because data are copied to the
backup EEPROM.
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Command
Format
[PFS]

Operation
Effective
Operation Modes
During FAY

Control (by the microcomputer itself)

Remarks

Initialized to factory-preset values

o When this command is executed, the values not stored in the EEPROM are initialized, mask indication is set to OFF,
control of the power for line aging is set to OFF, and detection of the system cable is set to ON.

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6.3 METHOD FOR REPLACING THE SERVICE PANEL ASSY
A

When the Panel Assy is replaced with one for service, the following adjustments are required:

Adjustments of Vofs voltage and Vyprst voltage
Enter the reference adjustment values for the Vofs voltage and Vyprst voltage that are written on the label attached to the
panel for service.
Note: Enter the values, using an RS-232C command or the Factory Menu.
AWU****
Vofs = 35V Vyprst = 270V
Hour Meter Space
H

AWU****
Vofs = 35V Vyprst = 270V
Hour Meter 1520
H

(Rear of the Panel)

Write in the value for the hour
meter when the Panel is
replaced (ex. 1520H).

B

Using an RS-232C command
Enter a " PFY " command with Factory mode ON.
Convert the adjustment voltage values written on the label attached at the rear of the Panel to an input command, referring to
the conversion chart. (See the next page.)
o Reference adjustment of the Vofs voltage: Ex. " Vofs = 35 " -> (Check the conversion chart.) Enter " VOF112. "
o Reference adjustment of the Vyprst voltage: Ex. 50-inch " Vyprst = 270 V " -> (Check the conversion chart.) Enter " VRP055. "
(Note that the conversion charts for 50-inch and 43-inch Panels are different.)
Using the Factory Menu
1
1

5

P AN E L

10

FAC T .

15

20

25

30

1

32

VD 1 - 1 1 6 01 - NT V - J HS 6

1

10

15

FAC T .

20

25

30

32

VD 1 - 1 1 6 01 - NT V - J HS 6

P AN E L - 1

[ TBL 1 / 6 0 VS ]

C

5

P AN E L

5

10

ADJ

[ TBL 1 / 6 0 VS ]

VOL

P

: 058

5

10

15
16

P AN E L - 1

ADJ

(+)

15
16

RST

& lt; = & gt;

Select the main item " PANEL FACT. " by pressing the MUTE key then enter Panel Factory mode by pressing the SET key.
Using the 5/? keys, select " PANEL-1 ADJ " then press the SET key to enter the next lower nested layer.
Select " VOL-OFFSET " or " VOL RST P " then enter a command value converted from the voltage value, using the 2/3 keys.

D

Clearing data on various histories of the Panel, such as those on the hour meter
o It is necessary to clear the data on the hour meter, etc. to match them to the actual driving hours of the Panel.
o It is also necessary to clear the data on SD and PD, because the accumulated power-on time when a shutdown or powerdown occurred is recorded.
Note: Clear the values, using an RS-232C command or the Factory Menu.
There are two types of hour meters. Do not take the MR hour meter for the hour meter.

E

Using an RS-232C command
To acquire the accumulated power-on time of the product itself, use the " GS2 " RS-232C command.
1 To clear the data on the hour meter (for the Panel) : CHM
2 To clear the data on the pulse meter
: CPM
3 To clear the data on the SD history
: CSD
4 To clear the data on the PD history
: CPD

Using the Factory Menu
See " 7.1.7 HOW TO CLEAR HISTORY DATA. "

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Conversion charts for electronic VRs: Conversion chart for the Vofs
A

Conversion chart for the Vofs (Commands vs. Common voltage values for the 50-inch and 43-inch models)
Command
VOF000
VOF001
VOF002
VOF003
VOF004
VOF005
VOF006
VOF007
VOF008
VOF009
VOF010
VOF011
VOF012
VOF013
VOF014
VOF015
VOF016
VOF017
VOF018
VOF019
VOF020
VOF021
VOF022
VOF023
VOF024
VOF025
VOF026
VOF027
VOF028
VOF029
VOF030
VOF031
VOF032
VOF033
VOF034
VOF035
VOF036
VOF037
VOF038
VOF039
VOF040
VOF041
VOF042
VOF043
VOF044
VOF045
VOF046
VOF047
VOF048
VOF049
VOF050
VOF051
VOF052
VOF053
VOF054
VOF055

Voltage value
[V] for
common sizes
14.09
14.28
14.46
14.65
14.84
15.02
15.21
15.40
15.58
15.77
15.96
16.14
16.33
16.52
16.70
16.89
17.08
17.27
17.45
17.64
17.83
18.01
18.20
18.39
18.57
18.76
18.95
19.13
19.32
19.51
19.69
19.88
20.07
20.25
20.44
20.63
20.81
21.00
21.19
21.37
21.56
21.75
21.94
22.12
22.31
22.50
22.68
22.87
23.06
23.24
23.43
23.62
23.80
23.99
24.18
24.36

Command
VOF056
VOF057
VOF058
VOF059
VOF060
VOF061
VOF062
VOF063
VOF064
VOF065
VOF066
VOF067
VOF068
VOF069
VOF070
VOF071
VOF072
VOF073
VOF074
VOF075
VOF076
VOF077
VOF078
VOF079
VOF080
VOF081
VOF082
VOF083
VOF084
VOF085
VOF086
VOF087
VOF088
VOF089
VOF090
VOF091
VOF092
VOF093
VOF094
VOF095
VOF096
VOF097
VOF098
VOF099
VOF100
VOF101
VOF102
VOF103
VOF104
VOF105
VOF106
VOF107
VOF108
VOF109
VOF110
VOF111

Voltage value
[V] for
common sizes
24.55
24.74
24.92
25.11
25.30
25.48
25.67
25.86
26.04
26.23
26.42
26.61
26.79
26.98
27.17
27.35
27.54
27.73
27.91
28.10
28.29
28.47
28.66
28.85
29.03
29.22
29.41
29.59
29.78
29.97
30.15
30.34
30.53
30.71
30.90
31.09
31.28
31.46
31.65
31.84
32.02
32.21
32.40
32.58
32.77
32.96
33.14
33.33
33.52
33.70
33.89
34.08
34.26
34.45
34.64
34.82

Command
VOF112
VOF113
VOF114
VOF115
VOF116
VOF117
VOF118
VOF119
VOF120
VOF121
VOF122
VOF123
VOF124
VOF125
VOF126
VOF127
VOF128
VOF129
VOF130
VOF131
VOF132
VOF133
VOF134
VOF135
VOF136
VOF137
VOF138
VOF139
VOF140
VOF141
VOF142
VOF143
VOF144
VOF145
VOF146
VOF147
VOF148
VOF149
VOF150
VOF151
VOF152
VOF153
VOF154
VOF155
VOF156
VOF157
VOF158
VOF159
VOF160
VOF161
VOF162
VOF163
VOF164
VOF165
VOF166
VOF167

Voltage value
[V] for
common sizes
35.01
35.20
35.38
35.57
35.76
35.95
36.13
36.32
36.51
36.69
36.88
37.07
37.25
37.44
37.63
37.81
38.00
38.19
38.37
38.56
38.75
38.93
39.12
39.31
39.49
39.68
39.87
40.05
40.24
40.43
40.62
40.80
40.99
41.18
41.36
41.55
41.74
41.92
42.11
42.30
42.48
42.67
42.86
43.04
43.23
43.42
43.60
43.79
43.98
44.16
44.35
44.54
44.72
44.91
45.10
45.29

Command
VOF168
VOF169
VOF170
VOF171
VOF172
VOF173
VOF174
VOF175
VOF176
VOF177
VOF178
VOF179
VOF180
VOF181
VOF182
VOF183
VOF184
VOF185
VOF186
VOF187
VOF188
VOF189
VOF190
VOF191
VOF192
VOF193
VOF194
VOF195
VOF196
VOF197
VOF198
VOF199
VOF200
VOF201
VOF202
VOF203
VOF204
VOF205
VOF206
VOF207
VOF208
VOF209
VOF210
VOF211
VOF212
VOF213
VOF214
VOF215
VOF216
VOF217
VOF218
VOF219
VOF220
VOF221
VOF222
VOF223

Voltage value
[V] for
common sizes
45.47
45.66
45.85
46.03
46.22
46.41
46.59
46.78
46.97
47.15
47.34
47.53
47.71
47.90
48.09
48.27
48.46
48.65
48.83
49.02
49.21
49.39
49.58
49.77
49.96
50.14
50.33
50.52
50.70
50.89
51.08
51.26
51.45
51.64
51.82
52.01
52.20
52.38
52.57
52.76
52.94
53.13
53.32
53.50
53.69
53.88
54.06
54.25
54.44
54.63
54.81
55.00
55.19
55.37
55.56
55.75

Command
VOF224
VOF225
VOF226
VOF227
VOF228
VOF229
VOF230
VOF231
VOF232
VOF233
VOF234
VOF235
VOF236
VOF237
VOF238
VOF239
VOF240
VOF241
VOF242
VOF243
VOF244
VOF245
VOF246
VOF247
VOF248
VOF249
VOF250
VOF251
VOF252
VOF253
VOF254
VOF255

Voltage value
[V] for
common sizes
55.93
56.12
56.31
56.49
56.68
56.87
57.05
57.24
57.43
57.61
57.80
57.99
58.17
58.36
58.55
58.73
58.92
59.11
59.30
59.48
59.67
59.86
60.04
60.23
60.42
60.60
60.79
60.98
61.16
61.35
61.54
61.72

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Conversion charts for electronic VRs: Conversion chart for the Vyprst (1/2)
A

Conversion chart for the Vyprst (Commands vs. Voltage values for the 50-inch and 43-inch models)
Voltage [V]
50-inch Model 43-inch Model
246.3
236.3
246.7
236.7
247.1
237.1
247.6
237.6
248.0
238.0
248.4
238.4
248.9
238.9
249.3
239.3
249.7
239.7
250.2
240.2
250.6
240.6
251.0
241.0
251.5
241.5
251.9
241.9
252.4
242.4
252.8
242.8
253.2
243.2
253.7
243.7
254.1
244.1
254.5
244.5
255.0
245.0
255.4
245.4
255.8
245.8
256.3
246.3
256.7
246.7
257.1
247.1
257.6
247.6
258.0
248.0
258.4
248.4
258.9
248.9
259.3
249.3
259.7
249.7
260.2
250.2
260.6
250.6
261.0
251.0
261.5
251.5
261.9
251.9
262.3
252.3
262.8
252.8
263.2
253.2
263.6
253.6
264.1
254.1
264.5
254.5
264.9
254.9
265.4
255.4
265.8
255.8
266.3
256.3
266.7
256.7
267.1
257.1
267.6
257.6
268.0
258.0
268.4
258.4
268.9
258.9
269.3
259.3
269.7
259.7
270.2
260.2

Command
VRP000
VRP001
VRP002
VRP003
VRP004
VRP005
VRP006
VRP007
VRP008
VRP009
VRP010
VRP011
VRP012
VRP013
VRP014
VRP015
VRP016
VRP017
VRP018
VRP019
VRP020
VRP021
VRP022
VRP023
VRP024
VRP025
VRP026
VRP027
VRP028
VRP029
VRP030
VRP031
VRP032
VRP033
VRP034
VRP035
VRP036
VRP037
VRP038
VRP039
VRP040
VRP041
VRP042
VRP043
VRP044
VRP045
VRP046
VRP047
VRP048
VRP049
VRP050
VRP051
VRP052
VRP053
VRP054
VRP055

B

C

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Command
VRP056
VRP057
VRP058
VRP059
VRP060
VRP061
VRP062
VRP063
VRP064
VRP065
VRP066
VRP067
VRP068
VRP069
VRP070
VRP071
VRP072
VRP073
VRP074
VRP075
VRP076
VRP077
VRP078
VRP079
VRP080
VRP081
VRP082
VRP083
VRP084
VRP085
VRP086
VRP087
VRP088
VRP089
VRP090
VRP091
VRP092
VRP093
VRP094
VRP095
VRP096
VRP097
VRP098
VRP099
VRP100
VRP101
VRP102
VRP103
VRP104
VRP105
VRP106
VRP107
VRP108
VRP109
VRP110
VRP111

60

Voltage [V]
50-inch Model 43-inch Model
270.6
260.6
271.0
261.0
271.5
261.5
271.9
261.9
272.3
262.3
272.8
262.8
273.2
263.2
273.6
263.6
274.1
264.1
274.5
264.5
274.9
264.9
275.4
265.4
275.8
265.8
276.2
266.2
276.7
266.7
277.1
267.1
277.5
267.5
278.0
268.0
278.4
268.4
278.9
268.9
279.3
269.3
279.7
269.7
280.2
270.2
280.6
270.6
281.0
271.0
281.5
271.5
281.9
271.9
282.3
272.3
282.8
272.8
283.2
273.2
283.6
273.6
284.1
274.1
284.5
274.5
284.9
274.9
285.4
275.4
285.8
275.8
286.2
276.2
286.7
276.7
287.1
277.1
287.5
277.5
288.0
278.0
288.4
278.4
288.8
278.8
289.3
279.3
289.7
279.7
290.1
280.1
290.6
280.6
291.0
281.0
291.4
281.4
291.9
281.9
292.3
282.3
292.8
282.8
293.2
283.2
293.6
283.6
294.1
284.1
294.5
284.5

Command
VRP112
VRP113
VRP114
VRP115
VRP116
VRP117
VRP118
VRP119
VRP120
VRP121
VRP122
VRP123
VRP124
VRP125
VRP126
VRP127
VRP128
VRP129
VRP130
VRP131
VRP132
VRP133
VRP134
VRP135
VRP136
VRP137
VRP138
VRP139
VRP140
VRP141
VRP142
VRP143
VRP144
VRP145
VRP146
VRP147
VRP148
VRP149
VRP150
VRP151
VRP152
VRP153
VRP154
VRP155
VRP156
VRP157
VRP158
VRP159
VRP160
VRP161
VRP162
VRP163
VRP164
VRP165
VRP166
VRP167

Voltage [V]
50-inch Model 43-inch Model
294.9
284.9
295.4
285.4
295.8
285.8
296.2
286.2
296.7
286.7
297.1
287.1
297.5
287.5
298.0
288.0
298.4
288.4
298.8
288.8
299.3
289.3
299.7
289.7
300.1
290.1
300.6
290.6
301.0
291.0
301.4
291.4
301.9
291.9
302.3
292.3
302.7
292.7
303.2
293.2
303.6
293.6
304.0
294.0
304.5
294.5
304.9
294.9
305.3
295.3
305.8
295.8
306.2
296.2
306.7
296.7
307.1
297.1
307.5
297.5
308.0
298.0
308.4
298.4
308.8
298.8
309.3
299.3
309.7
299.7
310.1
300.1
310.6
300.6
311.0
301.0
311.4
301.4
311.9
301.9
312.3
302.3
312.7
302.7
313.2
303.2
313.6
303.6
314.0
304.0
314.5
304.5
314.9
304.9
315.3
305.3
315.8
305.8
316.2
306.2
316.6
306.6
317.1
307.1
317.5
307.5
317.9
307.9
318.4
308.4
318.8
308.8

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Conversion charts for electronic VRs: Conversion chart for the Vyprst (2/2)
A

Conversion chart for the Vyprst (Commands vs. Voltage values for the 50-inch and 43-inch models)
Command
VRP168
VRP169
VRP170
VRP171
VRP172
VRP173
VRP174
VRP175
VRP176
VRP177
VRP178
VRP179
VRP180
VRP181
VRP182
VRP183
VRP184
VRP185
VRP186
VRP187
VRP188
VRP189
VRP190
VRP191
VRP192
VRP193
VRP194
VRP195
VRP196
VRP197
VRP198
VRP199
VRP200
VRP201
VRP202
VRP203
VRP204
VRP205
VRP206
VRP207
VRP208
VRP209
VRP210
VRP211
VRP212
VRP213
VRP214
VRP215
VRP216
VRP217
VRP218
VRP219
VRP220
VRP221
VRP222
VRP223

Voltage [V]
50-inch Model 43-inch Model
319.2
309.2
319.7
309.7
320.1
310.1
320.6
310.6
321.0
311.0
321.4
311.4
321.9
311.9
322.3
312.3
322.7
312.7
323.2
313.2
323.6
313.6
324.0
314.0
324.5
314.5
324.9
314.9
325.3
315.3
325.8
315.8
326.2
316.2
326.6
316.6
327.1
317.1
327.5
317.5
327.9
317.9
328.4
318.4
328.8
318.8
329.2
319.2
329.7
319.7
330.1
320.1
330.5
320.5
331.0
321.0
331.4
321.4
331.8
321.8
332.3
322.3
332.7
322.7
333.2
323.2
333.6
323.6
334.0
324.0
334.5
324.5
334.9
324.9
335.3
325.3
335.8
325.8
336.2
326.2
336.6
326.6
337.1
327.1
337.5
327.5
337.9
327.9
338.4
328.4
338.8
328.8
339.2
329.2
339.7
329.7
340.1
330.1
340.5
330.5
341.0
331.0
341.4
331.4
341.8
331.8
342.3
332.3
342.7
332.7
343.1
333.1

Command
VRP224
VRP225
VRP226
VRP227
VRP228
VRP229
VRP230
VRP231
VRP232
VRP233
VRP234
VRP235
VRP236
VRP237
VRP238
VRP239
VRP240
VRP241
VRP242
VRP243
VRP244
VRP245
VRP246
VRP247
VRP248
VRP249
VRP250
VRP251
VRP252
VRP253
VRP254
VRP255

Voltage [V]
50-inch Model 43-inch Model
343.6
333.6
344.0
334.0
344.4
334.4
344.9
334.9
345.3
335.3
345.7
335.7
346.2
336.2
346.6
336.6
347.1
337.1
347.5
337.5
347.9
337.9
348.4
338.4
348.8
338.8
349.2
339.2
349.7
339.7
350.1
340.1
350.5
340.5
351.0
341.0
351.4
341.4
351.8
341.8
352.3
342.3
352.7
342.7
353.1
343.1
353.6
343.6
354.0
344.0
354.4
344.4
354.9
344.9
355.3
345.3
355.7
345.7
356.2
346.2
356.6
346.6
357.0
347.0

B

C

D

E

F

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PDP-506PE
5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

7. GENERAL INFORMATION
7.1 DIAGNOSIS
7.1.1 PCB LOCATION
A

SUS CLAMP 1 Assy

B

50 SCAN B Assy

50 Y DRIVE Assy

POWER SUPPLY Unit

50 X DRIVE Assy

C

D

50 ADDRESS Assy

50 ADDRESS Assy

50 ADDRESS Assy

50 ADDRESS Assy
HD LED
Assy

E

HD IR Assy

50 SCAN A Assy

HD AUDIO Assy

HD DIGITAL Assy

SUS CLAMP 2 Assy

F

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1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

7.1.2 DIAGNOSIS OF SHUTDOWN/POWER-DOWN INDICATED BY LEDS

A

o Operation statuses indicated by LEDs
Status

LED Pattern

Standby

1

Lit in Red

Blue
Red

Power ON

2

Lit in Blue

Blue
Red

AC Power OFF of
one side

3

System cable
disconnection

4

Red flashes
(1000ms)
Red and
blue flash
(1000ms)

Power-down

5

Shutdown

6

No backup copy

7

Blue
Red

1000ms

B

Blue
Red

1000ms
1000ms

Red flashes
Blue Once
(500+2500ms) Red 500ms
Blue flashes
Blue 500ms
(500+2500ms) Red Once
200ms
Lit in Red and
blue flashes
Blue
(200ms)
Red

Twice

n times

2.5s

Once

Twice

n times

2.5s

Once

: Lit in Red LED
: Lit in Blue LED

C

o SD (shut down) count

o PD (power-down) count
1

Not used

1

SEQUENCE PROCESSOR (SQ_IC)

2

POWER SUPPLY Unit

2

MDU-IIC

3

SCAN Assy

3

RST2 abnormality

4

5V power supply for SCAN

4

Panel high temperature

5

Y-DRIVE (Not used)

5

Speaker short-circuit *

6

DCDC for Y drive

7

Y-SUS

8

ADDRESS Assy

9

DCDC for X drive

11

X-SUS

12

Not used

13

Sequence drive stop

14

Not used

15

D

X-DRIVE

10

* When a jumper (J105) between the HD AUDIO Assy and
the POWER SUPPLY Unit is disconnected, the SD LED
flashes five times in this manner.

UNKNOWN

E

Note:
o When a shutdown occurs, a warning will be issued by the
Media Receiver and displayed, then the power will be shut off.
o When a shutdown or power-down occurs on the Panel side,
the Media Receiver will enter Standby mode (the red LED
will light).

F

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PDP-506PE
5

6

7

8

1

A

2

3

4

o Block diagram of the shutdown signal
HD DIGITAL ASSY

Note:
The figures 1 - 5 indicate the number of times
the LED flashes when shutdown occurs in the
corresponding route.

IC3401
Sequence Processor
TXD_SQ
RXD_SQ
1
CLK_SQ
CE_SQ
BUSY_SQ

HD AUDIO ASSY

A_NGB

IC3751
Amp.

B

5

A2

3

IC3302
3.3V-RST
IC3303
OR

IC3304
1.2V-RST

RST2

D3

2
E_SCL
E_SDA

IC3151
Module UCOM

IC3754
EEPRON

SCL
SDA

IC3753
WOW + Volume IC

2

IC3156
EEPROM

4
TEMP1

IC3001
TMDS Receiver

IC3158
Temp.
Sensor

IC3157
DAC IC

o Diagnosis of shutdown
SD Circuit in
Operation

Point to be Checked

Possible
Defective Part

SQ ASIC BLOCK,
PANEL FLASH BLOCK

IC3401, IC3301

Defective Assy

C

Communication
1 time failure of the
driving processor

Reason for
Shutdown
Communication failure
of IC3401

Number of
flashes

HD DIGITAL

HD DIGITAL
Communication
failure of the IIC
2 times line (Check the SD
subcategory on
HD AUDIO
the Factory Menu.)

Check if version data
can be read, using the
" GS1 " command, after
the power is turned on
again.

Writing failure of
IC3401

Communication failure MODULE UCOM
BLOCK
of the EEPROM (for
retaining 4-Kbyte of data) TMDS BLOCK

IC3156, IC3157
IC3001

Disconnection of
connectors

A2 - D3
HD AUDIO Assy

IC3753

Defective DC-DC
converter

DIGITAL DD CON
BLOCK

U3601

PANEL FLASH BLOCK

IC3302 - IC3304

Defective IC3401

Power failure of
the driving
processor (RST2)

AUDIO AMP BLOCK

Defective RST IC

HD DIGITAL
3 times

Communication failure
of the EEPROM
(2-kbyte : for backup)

Defective volume IC

D

SQ ASIC BLOCK

IC3401

IC3754
Check if the connectors are
disconnected or are not
connected securely.
Check if 3.3-V and 1.2V power supplies are
activated.

Check if the 8-V power
is supplied at Pin 1 of
the D11 connector.

POWER SUPPLY The 8-V power supply
is not activated.

E

Remarks

Ambient temperature

The Panel will be shut
down if the sensor
detects temperature of
75°C or higher (for the
PDP-436P/-506P).

Speakers' grounding
fault

Speaker terminals

Check if the speaker
cables are in contact
with the chassis, etc.

HD AUDIO

Defective AMP IC

HD AUDIO Assy

HD AUDIO

Disconnection of
connectors

A1 - P5

Abnormally high
temperature of the
panel

Abnormally high
4 times
temperature of the
panel

5 times Audio failure
F

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IC3751
Check if the connectors are
disconnected or are not
connected securely.

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

11

50 (43) Y DRIVE

50 (43) Y DRIVE

50 (43) SCAN A, B

50 (43) X DRIVE

50 (43) Y DRIVE

50 (43) SCAN A, B

POWER SUPPLY

50 (43) ADDRESS

50 (43) X DRIVE

50 (43) X DRIVE

50 (43) X DRIVE

Y-SUS

ADRS

XDRIVE

X-DCDC

X-SUS

VH DC/DC

Y SUS BLOCK

SCAN IC

Point to be Checked

IC1202

ADDRESS RESONANCE BLOCK

Address power-down

Power-down caused by
detection of middle-point
voltage

VRN UVP

X RESONANCE BLOCK

X SUS BLOCK

VRN DC/DC

Disconnection of cable detected CN1001
Disconnection of cable detected CN1201

Disconnection of cable detected CN1501, CN3501-CN3504

Y SUS BLOCK

Y RESONANCE BLOCK

Vprst Regulator

Y SUS BLOCK

VOFS DC/DC

Y SUS BLOCK

IC5V DC/DC

Power-down caused by
detection of middle-point
voltage

Vprst UVP

VOFS UVP

IC5V UVP

SCAN IC

Disconnection of cable detected CN2401, CN2402

VH UVP

Disconnection of cable detected CN2001, CN2350

VH UVP

Reason for PD
(Power-down)

OVP : OVER VOLTAGE PROTECT
UVP : UNDER VOLTAGE PROTECT

50 (43) Y DRIVE

Y-DCDC

SCN-5V

SCAN

POWER

Defective PCB
Assy
VH-GNDH short-circuit

Remarks

IC1101

R1204, Q1272

Q1323, R1332, R1333

D1634

Q2221

IC2101

Q2531, Q2532, IC2535

IC2252, IC2253, Q2280, Q2281

Q2606, R2619, R2620

R2352

Q2605, R2647

SCAN IC

IC1202

V+ADR-GND_ADR short-circuit

MSKS-SUSOUT short-circuit

VSUS-SUSOUT,
SUSOUT-SUSGND shortcircuit

IC2252, IC2253
IC2502, L2501

VSUS-SUSOUT,
SUSOUT-SUSGND shortcircuit

SCAN IC

Possible Defective Part

6

10

9

8

7

6

4

3

2

Number PD Circuit in
of Blinks Operation

5
7
8

o Power-down diagnosis (defective points)
A

B

C

D

E

F

PDP-506PE

8

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1

2

3

4

7.1.3 OVERVIEW OF PANEL FACTORY MODE

Top screen of the Factory Menu for the main unit

A

MR INFORMATION
& lt; MUTE & gt; key
FUNC. CHECK
& lt; MUTE & gt; key
COMMON ADJ.
& lt; MUTE & gt; key
B

PANEL FACTORY
& lt; SET & gt; key

If a Panel of Generation 6 is connected,
" 6 " is indicated here.

Top screen of the Panel Factory
1
1

C
5

10

15
16

5

P AN E L

10

FAC T .

15

20

25

30

32

I N 1 - 5 0 6 0 2 - RGB - EHS 6

AREA 1 P A N E L
I NF ORMAT I ON
2
3
MOD U L E
- 0 1 SM
01S
4
S EQ - P R G
- 0 1 AM
02A
5
SQ- DT - V
5 2 0W
6
SQ- DT - P
5 2 0W
7
8
S ER I A L
_______________
9
A
D IG . EEP
ADJUSTED
B
B AC K U P
NO DATA !
C
D
E
1024 x 672

D

Note: With this model, the structure of Factory mode has been changed, and all items related to the Panel are
gathered into PANEL FACTORY mode.
Note: On-screen displays in Factory mode are indicated in white characters on a green background for the
PDP-506HD/436HD and subsequent models.

E

F

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PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

A

7 Configuration of Panel Factory mode
No.

Submode Name

Adjustable Range

Submode Items

1

PANEL INFORMATION

2

PANEL WORKS

3

POWER DOWN

4

SHUT DOWN

5

Remarks

PANEL-1 ADJ (+)

5-1

X-SUS B & lt; = & gt;

120 to 136

5-2

Y-SUS B & lt; = & gt;

120 to 136

Equivalent to YSB

5-3

Y-SUSTAIL T & lt; = & gt;

120 to 136

Equivalent to YTG

5-4

Y-SUSTAIL W & lt; = & gt;

120 to 136

Equivalent to YTW

5-5

XY-RST W & lt; = & gt;

120 to 136

Equivalent to RSW

5-6

VOL SUS & lt; = & gt;

000 to 255

Equivalent to VSU

5-7

VOL OFFSET & lt; = & gt;

000 to 255

Equivalent to VOF

5-8

VOL RST P & lt; = & gt;

000 to 255

Equivalent to VRP

5-9

SUS FREQ. & lt; = & gt;

MODE1 to MODE8

B

Equivalent to XSB

Equivalent to SFR

6

C

PANEL-2 ADJ (+)

6-1

R-HIGH & lt; = & gt;

000 to 511

Equivalent to PRH

6-2

G-HIGH & lt; = & gt;

000 to 511

Equivalent to PGH

6-3

B-HIGH & lt; = & gt;

000 to 511

Equivalent to PBH

6-4

R-LOW & lt; = & gt;

000 to 999

Equivalent to PRL

6-5

G-LOW & lt; = & gt;

000 to 999

Equivalent to PGL

6-6

B-LOW & lt; = & gt;

000 to 999

Equivalent to PBL

ABL & lt; = & gt;

000 to 255

Equivalent to ABL

6-7
7

PANEL REVISE

7-1

R-LEVEL & lt; = & gt;

LV-0 to LV-7

Equivalent to RRL

7-2

G-LEVEL & lt; = & gt;

LV-0 to LV-7

Equivalent to RGL

B-LEVEL & lt; = & gt;

LV-0 to LV-7

Equivalent to RBL

NO OPRT & lt; = & gt; TRANSFER or ERR

Equivalent to BCP

7-3
8

D

ETC (+)

8-1

BACKUP DATA & lt; = & gt;

8-2

DIGITAL EEPROM & lt; = & gt;

NO OPRT & lt; = & gt; DELETE/REPAIR

Equivalent to FAJ/UAJ

8-3

PD INFO. & lt; = & gt;

NO OPRT & lt; = & gt; CLEAR

Equivalent to CPD

8-4

SD INFO. & lt; = & gt;

NO OPRT & lt; = & gt; CLEAR

Equivalent to CSD

8-5

HR-MTR INFO. & lt; = & gt;

NO OPRT & lt; = & gt; CLEAR

Equivalent to CHM

8-6

PM/B1-B5 & lt; = & gt;

NO OPRT & lt; = & gt; CLEAR

Equivalent to CPM

8-7

P-COUNT INFO. & lt; = & gt;

NO OPRT & lt; = & gt; CLEAR

Equivalent to CPC

9
9-1

E

MASK SETUP (+)
MASK OFF

Equivalent to MKS+S00

9-2

SGL MASK 01 & lt; = & gt;

Equivalent to MKS+S01

9-3

SGL MASK 02 & lt; = & gt;

Equivalent to MKS+S02

ooo

& lt; = & gt; V48 & lt; = & gt; V50 & lt; = & gt; V60 & lt; = & gt; P60 & lt; = & gt; P70 & lt; = & gt; V72 & lt; = & gt; V75 & lt; = & gt;
(Select each sequence.)

ooo

9-62

CMB MASK 08 & lt; = & gt;

Equivalent to MKC+S08

9-63

CMB MASK 09 & lt; = & gt;

Equivalent to MKC+S09
F

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5

6

7

8

1

A

2

3

4

7 Details on submodes related to the panel
The GUI display examples here are those displayed when the main unit is used with the 50-inch model.

1. PANEL INFORMATION
1
1

5

10

15

20

FAC T .

P AN E L

B

P AN E L

25

30

32

I NF ORMAT I ON

I N 1 - 5 0 6 0 2 - RGB - EHS 6

0
0
2
2

1 SM
1 AM
0W
0W

7 Key operation
& lt; DOWN & gt;
& lt; UP & gt;
& lt; SEL & gt;
& lt; L/R & gt;

5

MOD U L E
S EQ - P R G
SQ- DT - V
SQ- DT - P

-
-
5
5

01S
02A

10

S ER I A L

_______________

D IG . EEP
B AC K U P

: Shifting to PANEL WORKS
: Shifting to MASK SETUP (+)
: MASK ON/OFF
: Updating displayed information

ADJUSTED
NO DATA !

15
16

The version of the microcomputer of the panel, serial number of the main unit, adjustment values of the main unit,
and backup status are displayed.

C

2. PANEL WORKS
Note:
Screen display " PANEL_FACT.___IN1-50602-RGB-EHS6 " .
Refer to service manual of Media Receiver.

D

1
1

5

10

P AN E L
P AN E L

20

25

30

32

WO R K S

PM-
PM-
PM-
PM-
PM-

5

E

15

FAC T .

B
B
B
B
B

1
2
3
4
5

I N 1 - 5 0 6 0 2 - RGB - EHS 6

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

7
6
8
6
7

1
0
5
6
3

5
7
2
8
3

7 Key operation
& lt; DOWN & gt;
& lt; UP & gt;
& lt; SEL & gt;
& lt; L/R & gt;

M
M
M
M
M

: Shifting to POWER DOWN
: Shifting to PANEL INFORMATION
: MASK ON/OFF
: Updating displayed information

10

HR-MTR
P -COUN T
T EM P 1

0 0 0 0 2 5H 2 0M
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T I ME S
+027 . 41 C

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o The data from the pulse meter for each block from PM-B1 to PM-B5 are indicated. The values stored in the EEPROM
(3 bytes each) are each converted into a decimal number, and the higher-order 8 digits are displayed (that means that
the lowest-order digit represents millions).
o TEMP1: Indicates the temperature of the panel. By your pressing the L or R key, the temperature value can be updated.
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3. POWER DOWN
1
1

5

P AN E L

10

FAC T .

P OW E R D OW N
1ST

15

20

25

30

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I N 1 - 5 0 6 0 2 - RGB - EHS 6
0 0 0 1 2 4H

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2
0
5
4
3
2
5

& lt; DOWN & gt;
& lt; UP & gt;
& lt; SEL & gt;
& lt; L/R & gt;

2 3M

2 ND

5

X - DRV
Y - SUS
SCAN
P OW E R
ADRS -
SCN5 V
S Q - NON

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

10

------
S Q - NON
------
S Q - NON
------
X - SUS-
------

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1
1
1
0
0
0
0

2
1
0
9
5
2
0

4H
5H
7H
8H
1H
2H
0H
H

1M
5M
3M
7M
0M
1M
7M
M

: Shifting to SHUTDOWN
: Shifting to PANEL WORKS
: MASK ON/OFF
: Updating displayed information

B

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16

o Basically, data acquired with the command QPD are displayed in the columns " 1ST " and " 2ND, with the values from the
hour meter when the power-down occurred.
& lt; Causes of power-down and corresponding OSD indications & gt;
Cause of power-down

OSD Indication

Cause of power-down

OSD Indication

POWER SUPPLY Unit

P-PWR

ADDRESS Assy

ADRS

SCAN Assy

SCAN

X-DRIVE Assy

X-DRV

5V power for SCAN

SCN5V

DCDC for X drive

X-DCDC

Not used

C

X-SUS

X-SUS

DCDC for Y drive

Y-DCDC

Sequence drive stopped

SQ-NON

Y-SUS

Y-SUS

Specification inability

UNKNOW

4. SHUT DOWN
1
1

5

P AN E L
S HU T

10

FAC T .

D OW N
MA I N

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20

25

30

32

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I N 1 - 5 0 6 0 2 - RGB - EHS 6
0 0 0 1 2 4H

0
0
0
0
0

2
0
5
4
3

& lt; DOWN & gt;
& lt; UP & gt;
& lt; SEL & gt;
& lt; L/R & gt;

2 3M

SUB

5

T EMP 1
AUD I O
MD - I I C
SQ- I C
MD - I I C

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

10

------
------
E E P R OM
------
VOL
IC

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

1
1
1
0
0

2
1
0
9
5

4H
5H
7H
8H
1H
H
H
H

1M
5M
3M
7M
0M
M
M
M

D

: Shifting to PANEL-2ADJ (+)
: Shifting to POWER DOWN
: MASK ON/OFF
: Updating displayed information

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16

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o Basically, data acquired with the command QSD (for MDU-IIC, subcategory data are also displayed) are displayed with
the values from the hour meter when the shutdown occurred.
& lt; Causes of shutdown and corresponding OSD indications & gt;
Cause of shutdown
(main)

Cause of shutdown
(sub)

OSD Indication

OSD Indication

SEQUENCE PROCESSOR

SQ-IC

EEPROM

MDU-IIC

MDU-IIC (with subcategory)

BACKUP

BACKUP (IC3754)

Abnormality in RST2

RST2

DAC

DAC (IC3302 to IC3304)

Panel having high temperature TEMP1

Audio IC

VOL-IC (IC3158)

Short-circuited speaker

DVI

DVI

AUDIO

EEPROM (IC3156)

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P AN E L

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7 Key operation

I N 1 - 5 0 6 0 2 - RGB - EHS 6

& lt; DOWN & gt;
& lt; UP & gt;
& lt; SET & gt;
& lt; SEL & gt;

[ TBL 1 / 6 0 VS ]
5

: Shifting to PANEL-2 ADJ (+)
: Shifting to POWER DOWN
: Shifting to the next nested layer
: MASK ON/OFF

10

B

15
16

P AN E L - 1

1

P AN E L

1

ADJ

5

(+)

10

15

FAC T .

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25

30

7 Key operation

32

I N 1 - 5 0 6 0 2 - RGB - EHS 6

P AN E L - 1

ADJ

X -SUS -B

& lt; = & gt;

& lt; DOWN & gt; : Shifting to the next item
& lt; UP & gt;
: Shifting to the previous item
& lt; RIGHT & gt; : Adding by one to the adjustment
value
& lt; LEFT & gt; : Subtracting by one from the
adjustment value
& lt; VOL+ & gt; : Adding by 10 to the adjustment
value
& lt; VOL- & gt; : Subtracting by 10 from the
adjustment value
& lt; SET & gt;
: Determining the adjustment value
and shifting to the upper layer
& lt; SEL & gt;
: MASK ON/OFF

[ TBL 1 / 6 0 VS ]

: 128

5

C

10

15
16

D

& lt; Drive-sequence indications and indications for the ABL/WB tables & gt;
(The OSD indications are displayed at the right part of the third line for submode PANEL-1 ADJ and
subsequent submodes.)
Type of WB/ABL Tables

Type of Drive Sequences
Standard Video/MASK ON

Nonstandard Video

PC

TBL1

48VS

---

60PS

TBL2

50VS

50VN

70PS

TBL3

60VS

TBL4

72VS

Not used for consumer products

60VN
Only Mask indication

75VS

--75VN

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& lt; Lower-layer items of PANEL-1 ADJ & gt;
No.

Items

Adjustment/Setting Value

Remarks

1

120 to 136

Equivalent to XSB

Y-SUS B & lt; = & gt;

120 to 136

Equivalent to YSB

3

Y-SUSTAIL T & lt; = & gt;

120 to 136

Equivalent to YTG

4

Y-SUSTAIL W & lt; = & gt;

120 to 136

Equivalent to YTW

5

XY-RST W & lt; = & gt;

120 to 136

Equivalent to RSW

6

VOL SUS & lt; = & gt;

000 to 255

Equivalent to VSU

7

VOL OFFSET & lt; = & gt;

000 to 255

Equivalent to VOF

8

VOL RST P & lt; = & gt;

000 to 255

Equivalent to VRP

9

F

X-SUS B & lt; = & gt;

2

SUS FREQ. & lt; = & gt;

& lt; = & gt; MODE1 to MODE8 & lt; = & gt;

Equivalent to SFR

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6. PANEL-2 ADJ
1
1

5

P AN E L

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FAC T .

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20

25

30

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[ TBL 1 / 6 0 VS ]

5

7 Key operation
& lt; DOWN & gt;
& lt; UP & gt;
& lt; SEL & gt;
& lt; SET & gt;

: Shifting to PANEL REVISE
: Shifting to PANEL-1 ADJ (+)
: MASK ON/OFF
: Shifting to the next nested layer

10

B

15
16

P AN E L - 2

1

P AN E L

1

ADJ

5

10

FAC T .

P AN E L - 2

(+)

15

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I N 1 - 5 0 6 0 2 - RGB - EHS 6
[ TBL 1 / 6 0 VS ]

ADJ

5

10

R -H I GH

15
16

& lt; = & gt;

: 256

7 Key operation
& lt; DOWN & gt; : Shifting to the next item
& lt; UP & gt;
: Shifting to the previous item
& lt; RIGHT & gt; : Adding by one to the adjustment
value
& lt; LEFT & gt; : Subtracting by one from the
adjustment value
& lt; VOL+ & gt; : Adding by 10 to the adjustment
value
& lt; VOL- & gt; : Subtracting by 10 from the
adjustment value
& lt; SET & gt;
: Determining the adjustment value
and shifting to the upper layer
& lt; SEL & gt;
: MASK ON/OFF

C

& lt; Lower-layer items of PANEL-2 ADJ & gt;
No.

Items

D

Adjustment/Setting Value

Remarks

1

R-HIGH & lt; = & gt;

000 to 511

Equivalent to PRH

2

G-HIGH & lt; = & gt;

000 to 511

Equivalent to PGH

3

B-HIGH & lt; = & gt;

000 to 511

Equivalent to PBH

4

R-LOW & lt; = & gt;

000 to 999

Equivalent to PRL

5

G-LOW & lt; = & gt;

000 to 999

Equivalent to PGL

6

B-LOW & lt; = & gt;

000 to 999

Equivalent to PBL

7

ABL & lt; = & gt;

000 to 255

Equivalent to ABL
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P AN E L

10

FAC T .

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20

25

30

32

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7 Key operation
& lt; DOWN & gt;
& lt; UP & gt;
& lt; SEL & gt;
& lt; SET & gt;

[ TBL 1 / 6 0 VS ]
5

: Shifting to ETC.(+)
: Shifting to PANEL-2 ADJ (+)
: MASK ON/OFF
: Shifting to the next nested layer

10

B

15
16

P AN E L

1

P AN E L

FAC T .

P AN E L

RE V I S E

1

REV I S E

5

10

(+)

15

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25

30

32

I N 1 - 5 0 6 0 2 - RGB - EHS 6

7 Key operation
& lt; DOWN & gt; : Shifting to the next item
& lt; UP & gt;
: Shifting to the previous item
& lt; RIGHT & gt; : Adding by one to the adjustment
value
& lt; LEFT & gt; : Subtracting by one from the
adjustment value
& lt; VOL+ & gt; : Adding by 10 to the adjustment
value
& lt; VOL- & gt; : Subtracting by 10 from the
adjustment value
& lt; SET & gt;
: Determining the setting value
and shifting to the upper layer
& lt; SEL & gt;
: MASK ON/OFF

[ TBL 1 / 6 0 VS ]

5

C

10

R-LEVEL

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16

D

& lt; = & gt;

: LV-0

& lt; Lower-layer items of PANEL REVISE & gt;
No.

Items

Adjustment/Setting Value

Remarks

1

R-LEVEL & lt; = & gt;

& lt; = & gt; LV-0 to LV-7 & lt; = & gt;

Equivalent to RRL

2

G-LEVEL & lt; = & gt;

& lt; = & gt; LV-0 to LV-7 & lt; = & gt;

Equivalent to RGL

3

B-LEVEL & lt; = & gt;

& lt; = & gt; LV-0 to LV-7 & lt; = & gt;

Equivalent to RBL

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8. ETC.
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P AN E L

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25

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[ TBL 1 / 6 0 VS ]

5

7 Key operation
& lt; DOWN & gt;
& lt; UP & gt;
& lt; SEL & gt;
& lt; SET & gt;

: Shifting to MASK SETUP (+)
: Shifting to PANEL REVISE (+)
: MASK ON/OFF
: Shifting to the next nested layer

10

B

15
16

E TC .

1

P AN E L

1

(+)

5

10

FAC T .

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20

25

30

32

I N 1 - 5 0 6 0 2 - RGB - EHS 6
[ TBL 1 / 6 0 VS ]

E TC .
5

10

B AC K U P

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16

E E P R OM

& lt; = & gt;

: NO

7 Key operation
& lt; DOWN & gt; : Shifting to the next item
& lt; UP & gt;
: Shifting to the previous item
& lt; RIGHT & gt; : Adding by one to the adjustment
value
& lt; LEFT & gt; : Subtracting by one from the
adjustment value
& lt; SET & gt;
: Determining the setting value
and shifting to the upper layer
& lt; SEL & gt;
: MASK ON/OFF

C

OPRT

& lt; Lower-layer items of ETC. & gt;
No.

Items

D

Adjustment/Setting Value

1

BACKUP DATA & lt; = & gt;

& lt; = & gt; NO OPRT & lt; = & gt; TRANSFER & lt; = & gt;

2

DIGITAL EEPROM & lt; = & gt; & lt; = & gt; NO OPRT & lt; = & gt; REPAIR/DELETE & lt; = & gt;

3

PD INFO. & lt; = & gt;
SD INFO. & lt; = & gt;

& lt; = & gt; NO OPRT & lt; = & gt; CLEAR & lt; = & gt;

5

HR-MTR INFO. & lt; = & gt;

& lt; = & gt; NO OPRT & lt; = & gt; CLEAR & lt; = & gt;

6

PM/B1-B5 & lt; = & gt;

& lt; = & gt; NO OPRT & lt; = & gt; CLEAR & lt; = & gt;

7

P-COUNT INFO. & lt; = & gt;

" ERR " is indicated when no data are in the backup
EEPROM. To activate the option to select
TRANSFER, press the SET key about 5 seconds.
(There is a situation resting more than 5 seconds.)

" DELETE " is indicated when the main unit has been
already adjusted. To activate the option to select
REPAIR/DELETE, press the SET key about 5
seconds.
(There is a situation resting more than 5 seconds.)

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& lt; = & gt; NO OPRT & lt; = & gt; CLEAR & lt; = & gt;

4

Remarks

& lt; = & gt; NO OPRT & lt; = & gt; CLEAR & lt; = & gt;

To activate the option to select CLEAR, repeatedly
press the SET key about 5 seconds.
(There is a situation resting more than 5 seconds.)

o " NO OPRT " is selected when this submode is entered (to avoid accidental misoperation).
o When each item is set, the process starts then the unit shifts to the upper layer. (When NO OPRT is determined,
the unit will shift to the upper layer without doing anything.)
o When data are set to be backed up, if the digital EEPROM has not been adjusted,
do the operation of LED pattern No. 7.

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9. MASK SETUP
1
1

5

10

P AN E L

15

FAC T .

20

25

30

32

I N 1 - F3 2 - RGB - E HS

7 Key operation
& lt; DOWN & gt;
& lt; UP & gt;
& lt; SEL & gt;
& lt; SET & gt;

[ TBL 1 / 6 0 VS ]
5

: Shifting to PANEL INFORMATION
: Shifting to ETC. (+)
: MASK ON/OFF
: Shifting to the next nested layer

10

B

15
16

MAS K

1

P AN E L

1

MAS K

SETUP

5

10

FAC T .

(+)

15

20

25

30

32

I N 1 - F3 2 - RGB - E HS

7 Key operation
& lt; DOWN & gt;
& lt; UP & gt;
& lt; RIGHT & gt;
& lt; LEFT & gt;
& lt; SET & gt;

[ TBL 1 / 6 0 VS ]

SETUP

5

C

10

& lt; SEL & gt;

SGL

15
16

D

MA SK

01

: Shifting to the next MASK
: Shifting to the previous MASK
: Changing MASK sequence (+)
: Changing MASK sequence (-)
: Determining the setting value
and shifting to the upper layer
: MASK ON/OFF

: V6 0

& lt; Lower-layer items of MASK SETUP & gt;
No.

Items

Adjustment/Setting Value

Remarks

1

Equivalent to MKS+S00

2

SGL MASK 01 & lt; = & gt;

Equivalent to MKS+S01

3

SGL MASK 02 & lt; = & gt;

4

ooo

5

CMB MASK 09 & lt; = & gt;

Equivalent to MKC+S08

6
E

MASK OFF

CMB MASK 10 & lt; = & gt;

Equivalent to MKC+S09

& lt; = & gt; 48V & lt; = & gt; 50V & lt; = & gt; 60V & lt; = & gt;
60P & lt; = & gt; 70P & lt; = & gt; 72V & lt; = & gt; 75V & lt; = & gt;

Equivalent to MKS+S02
ooo

o With the keys & lt; LEFT & gt; and & lt; RIGHT & gt; , the Panel drive sequence in the MASK indication is changed in the following way:
& lt; = & gt; 48V & lt; = & gt; 50V & lt; = & gt; 60V & lt; = & gt; 72V & lt; = & gt; 75V & lt; = & gt; 60P & lt; = & gt; 70P & lt; = & gt;

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7.1.4 OPERATION WHEN THE MEDIA RECEIVER IS NOT CONNECTED
As the connection conditions of the system cables (MDR cable, DVI cable) are usually detected, if no connection, such as cable
disconnection, is detected, a warning indication (alternate flashing of the red and blue areas) is displayed on the mask screen, and the red
and green LEDs flash alternately. Then after about 30 seconds, the power is automatically turned off.

Blue

A

RED
B

Alternate flashing at intervals of about 1 second

C

To operate the panel without the Media Receiver, there are the following two ways:
1. Operation-without-the-Media-Receiver mode
Input the " SYS S00 " RS232C command. The status of the LEDs changes to that in normal operation mode.
Note: Turning the AC switch to OFF then ON also maintains this mode. However, once the unit is connected with the Media Receiver using
the System cable, this mode is automatically canceled.

2. DVI mode
Turn the unit on while DVI SG signals are being input with only the DVI connecter connected. After a warning is displayed for about 5
seconds, the unit is ready to display the screen of the input signal. (Blue LED lit)
Notes: o Although the output from XGA (43 inch) and WXGA (50 inch) can be input to the unit, this is not a mode open to general users.
(With some signals, errors such as power-down may occur.)

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7.1.5 POWER ON/OFF FUNCTION FOR THE LARGE-SIGNAL SYSTEM

A

Function: To prevent a power-down from being generated, operation of only the digital-signal processing and audio circuits
are enabled, and power is not supplied to the panel driving system (large-signal system).
Usages: 1. In a case where a check is required of signals' being correctly output to the driving systems during a repair, etc.
2. In a case where diagnosis is required for judging whether the power to the large-signal system or small-signal
system has been down when a power-down occurred
Methods: 1. Short-circuit the points (see Fig. 4 below) on the face and on the reverse side of the HD DIGITAL Assy.
2. Issue the " DRV S00 " RS-232C command. (Command for turning the function off: DRV S01)
Notes:

B

o When the power to the large-signal system is off, as the PD signal is muted, power-downs other than PS_PD are
not activated.
o As soon as the clips are removed while the power to the large-signal system is off, a power-down will occur.
Be sure to turn the power off before removing the clips.
o While this function is activated with RS-232C commands, it is possible to issue " DRV S01 " (for turning the
function off) while the power is on. However, as it may damage the unit, turn the power off before issuing the
" DRV S01 " command.
o Although the " DRV S00/S01 " RS-232C commands are valid during Standby mode, once the main power is
turned off, the unit will return to " DRV S01. "

C

Short-circuit the face and the
reverse side, using clips, etc.

D

Note: It is recommended to use clips like
those shown here rather than alligator clips,
because alligator clips may not reach the
copper foil of the board.

Fig. 4 Position of DRIVE OFF

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7.1.6 BACKUP WHEN THE MAIN UNIT IS ADJUSTED
Outline
Adjustment data set at the factory are stored in the EEPROM (IC****/4K) on the HD DIGITAL Assy. Those adjustment data are
automatically backed up in the EEPROM (backup EEPROM: IC****) on the HD AUDIO Assy. Therefore, even if the HD DIGITAL Assy
is replaced, the adjustment data can be restored by copying the backup data, which enables you to omit newly performing adjustments on
the main unit.

A

Data to be backed up
o Voltage margin adjustment values
o Data on the hour meter
o Upper limit of power-adjustment value
o Data on the pulse meter
o Panel WB adjustment values
o Serial number
o Drive waveform adjustment values
o Data of the P-ON counter
o PD/SD histories

B

How to copy the backup data
1. When the HD DIGITAL Assy is replaced with that for service (normal servicing)
(In a case where no data are on the DIG. EEP, and backup data have been adjusted)
Command: " BCP " (Effective during FAY)
Factory Menu
o After the HD DIGITAL Assy is replaced with that for service, check that
"DIG. EEP: NO DATA!" is displayed on the Panel Information screen of
the Factory Menu.

PANEL INFORMATION
? (down)
ooo

C

o If this command is not executed, the red LED lights, and the blue LED flashes,
to warn you that copying of the backup adjustment data for the main unit failed.

? (down)

o If both the HD DIGITAL Assy and HD AUDIO Assy are to be replaced, first replace
the HD AUDIO Assy and set the unit to Standby mode. Then replace the HD
DIGITAL Assy.

ETC. (+)
[set]
BACKUP DATA: NO OPRT
& gt; & gt; (right)
BACKUP DATA: TRANSFER

D

[set] (Press and hold for 5 seconds.)
2. In a case where a HD DIGITAL Assy that was mounted on another unit is to be reused as a service part.
Command: " FAJ " (Effective during FAY)
Factory Menu: PANEL FACT = & gt; ETC = & gt; DIGITAL EEPROM: DELETE
PANEL INFORMATION

o If the HD DIGITAL Assy of Unit 1 is mounted to be reused in Unit 2 to be
repaired, and Unit 2 enters Standby mode, the adjustment data and histories
stored in Unit 1 are erased, and those of Unit 2 are copied. Once overwritten,
the original data will not be restored. After the Assy is replaced, be sure to enter
Factory mode, using the remote control unit for servicing, and perform the
procedures described herein. Or, before mounting an Assy to be reused as a
service Assy, perform these procedures then mount it on the product to be
repaired.

? (down)
ooo
? (down)
ETC. (+)

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[set]
BACKUP DATA: NO OPRT
? (down)
DIGITAL EEPROM: NO OPRT
& gt; & gt; (right)
F

DIGITAL EEPROM: REPAIR
[set] (Press and hold for 5 seconds.)
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3. In a case where the HD DIGITAL Assy is replaced with one for servicing because of a defective EEPROM on the original Assy and
manual adjustments are to be performed
(In a case where no data are stored in the HD DIGITAL Assy or as backup, and the values that have been manually adjusted on Service
Menu are to be applied as adjustment data for the main unit)

Command: " UAJ " (Effective during FAY)
Factory Menu
PANEL INFORMATION
? (down)
ooo

B

? (down)
ETC. (+)
[set]
BACKUP DATA: NO OPRT
? (down)
DIGITAL EEPROM: NO OPRT
& gt; & gt; (right)
DIGITAL EEPROM: REPAIR

C

[set] (Press and hold for 5 seconds.)
o If the HD DIGITAL Assy with which adjustment data for the main unit have been copied is mounted,
the above procedures are not necessary after manual adjustment.
(The indication " DIGITAL EEPROM: REPAIR " will not be displayed.)

D

E

F

78

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

7.1.7 HOW TO CLEAR HISTORY DATA

A

Clearing data on various histories when the HD DIGITAL Assy is replaced
Other than adjustment data for the main unit, data to be backed up include the accumulated power-on time and a history of defective parts,
which are data updated and stored in memory. Among those data, some are required to be cleared when the HD DIGITAL Assy is replaced
for servicing, as shown below:

Item

Backed-up data

Type of servicing
Panel
Replacement of the
replacement power-supply block

Others

RS-232C
command

Hour meter

Accumulated display

To be cleared

Not to be cleared

Not to be
cleared

CHM

SD history

Point where an SD
occurred and data on the
hour meter

To be cleared

Not to be cleared

Not to be
cleared

CSD

PD history

Point where a PD
occurred and data on the
hour meter

To be cleared

Not to be cleared

Not to be
cleared

CPD

Pulse meter

Accumulated number of
pulses of the Panel (5
blocks)

To be cleared
(essential)

Not to be cleared

Not to be
cleared

CPM

Not to be
cleared

To be cleared
(essential)

Not to be
cleared

CPC

Accumulated number Accumulated number of
of power-ons
RELAY_ONs

B

Notes:
1: With the PDP-506P/436P and subsequent models, because various compensation functions use pulse-meter data for calculating
compensation values, if related Assys are replaced, data on various histories must be cleared.
2: To clear data using RS-232C commands, after entering Factory mode (by sending FAY or PFY), issue a corresponding command.
Otherwise, the command will not be executed.

C

D

E

F

79

PDP-506PE
5

6

7

8

1

A

2

3

4

How to clear the history for each item on the Factory Menu
Start point of Panel Factory
PANEL INFORMATION
? (down)
ooo
? (down)

1
1

ETC. (+)

5

10

P AN E L

FAC T .

15

20

25

30

32

VD 1 - 1 1 6 01 - NT V - J HS 6

B

[ TBL 1 / 6 0 VS ]
5

10

[set]

15
16

E TC .

(+)

BACKUP DATA
C

? (down)
DIGITAL EEPROM
? (down)
Clearing the PD history

& gt; & gt; (right)

PD INFO: NO OPRT

PD INFO: CLEAR
[set] (Press and hold for 5 seconds.)

? (down)
Clearing the SD history

& gt; & gt; (right)

SD INFO: NO OPRT

SD INFO: CLEAR
[set] (Press and hold for 5 seconds.)

? (down)
Clearing the data on the
hour meter

D

& gt; & gt; (right)

HR-MTR INFO: NO OPRT

HR-MTR INFO: CLEAR
[set] (Press and hold for 5 seconds.)

1
1

5

10

P AN E L

FAC T .

15

20

25

30

[ TBL 1 / 6 0 VS ]

E TC .
5

? (down)

10

E

HR - MTR

15
16

Clearing the data on the
pulse meter

PM/B1-BS INFO: NO OPRT

Clearing the data on the
number of power-ons

P COUNT INFO: NO OPRT

& gt; & gt; (right)

I N FO .

& lt; = & gt;

: NO

PM/B1-BS INFO: CLEAR
[set] (Press and hold for 5 seconds.)

? (down)
& gt; & gt; (right)

P COUNT INFO: CLEAR
[set] (Press and hold for 5 seconds.)

F

80

PDP-506PE
1

2

32

VD 1 - 1 1 6 01 - NT V - J HS 6

3

4

5

6

7

8

7.1.8 DISASSEMBLY

A

Note : Even if the unit shown in the photos and illustrations in this manual may differ from your product, the procedures
described here are common.

1 Rear Case (506)

1
2
3

Rear case (506)

Remove the two screws.

2

Remove the tweleve screws.
Remove the fourteen screws.

Note *1:
When reassembling, first secure the screws for these holes to
position the rear case (506) correctly.
The hole of a left side, the screw tighten the hole of the right side
next first.

4

2

2

2

2

2

2

*1

*1

3

2

3

B

2

2
1

3

Remove the rear case (506).

4
3

2
3

3

3
3

1

3

3
3
3

2
3

3
C

2 Control Plate Section

1
2
3
4
5
6

Remove the two screws.
Remove the two screws.

6

Remove the two hexagon head screws.

1

Disconnect the connector.

×2

2

5

Remove the three screws.

5
×2

3

4
×2

5

Remove the control plate.
D

Control plate

HD AUDIO Assy

HD DIGITAL Assy

E

F

81

PDP-506PE
5

6

7

8

1

A

2

3

4

3 Front Case Assy (506PE)

1

Remove the four screw rivets.

1

B

2

2 -2

Remove the front case Assy (506PE).

1

1

1

Front case Assy (506PE)

C

2 -1
D

When only the front case assy (506PE) is to
be removed

Note when the front case assy (506PE) is to
be reattached

The front case assy (506PE) can be removed without removing
the rear case (506) beforehand.
Remove the two screws and four screw rivets shown below:

1 Hook the upper part of the Front Case Assy (506PE) on the
upper part of the Front Panel, leaving a fist-sized gap between
the bottom and the lower part of the Front Case Assy.
2 Push the couplers of the Front Case Assy (506PE) into the rear
case (506).
3 Make sure that all the couplers have been pushed into the rear
case (506).

OK
E

Front case Assy (506PE)

Rear case (506)

NG
Front case Assy (506PE)

Rear case (506)

Rear case (506)

F

82

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

A

4 Front Chassis H Assy (50)

1
2
3
4
5

Remove the two screws.
HD LED Assy

Remove the two screws.
Remove the two screws.

1

1

4

Disconnect the connector.
Remove the front chassis H Assy (50).

2

3

5

Front chassis
H Assy (50)

2

3
B

5 SUS CLAMP 1 and 2 Assys

1
2

Remove the two screws.
Remove the panel holder V1 (50) and V2 (50)s.
(Unhook the six hooks.)

Panel holder V1 (50)

Panel holder V2 (50)

C

Hook ×3

1

3
4
5

Hook ×3

2

1

2

Release the housing wire.
Remove the four screws.
Remove the front chassis VR (50).

4

4

4

4

D

5

Front chassis VR (50)

3

E

6
7
8
9

Remove the two screws.
Remove the two screws.
Unhook the two PCB spacers.
50 X DRIVE Assy

Remove the SUS CLAMP 1 and 2 Assys.

8

6

6

7

8
9

SUS CLAMP 2 Assy

9

7

83

PDP-506PE
5

6

F

SUS CLAMP 1 Assy

7

8

1

A

2

3

4

6 50 SCAN A and B Assys

1
2

Remove the two screws.
Remove the panel holder V1 (50) and V2 (50)s.
(Unhook the six hooks.)

Panel holder V1 (50)

B

3
4
5

C

Hook ×3

Hook ×3

1

Panel holder V2 (50)

2

1

2

Release the housing wire.
Remove the three screws.
Remove the front chassis VL (50).

4

4

4

5

Front chassis VL (50)

3

D

E

6
7
8
9

Remove the four screws.
Disconnect the two pin connectors.
50 Y DRIVE Assy

Unhook the seven PCB spacers.
Remove the 50 SCAN A and B Assys.

8

8

×2

7

×2

6

6
8

50 SCAN B
Assy

F

84

9

×2

7

8

×2

9

50 SCAN A
Assy

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

8

4

5

6

7

8

7.2 IC
A

o The information shown in the list is basic information and may not correspond exactly to that shown in the schematic diagrams.

List of IC
AN16025A, TC7SH08FUS1, TC74VHC00FTS1, AXF1140, AXF1142, TC74VHC08FTS1, AXF1141, M62334FP,
TC74VHC123AFTS1, PST3610UR, PEG122C, NJW1183L

AN16025A (50 SCAN A ASSY : IC2701 - IC2706)
(50 SCAN B ASSY : IC2801 - IC2806)
o Plasma Display Panel IC
Pin Arrangement (Top view)

100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76

OUT2
OUT1
N.C.
VDDH
VDDH
N.C.
GND1
GND1
CLR
SI
OC2
OC1
VDD
LAT
CLK
SO
DIR
GND1
GND1
N.C.
VDDH
VDDH
N.C.
OUT64
OUT63

B

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

75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51

OUT62
OUT61
OUT60
OUT59
OUT58
OUT57
OUT56
OUT55
OUT54
OUT53
OUT52
OUT51
OUT50
OUT49
OUT48
OUT47
OUT46
OUT45
OUT44
OUT43
OUT42
OUT41
OUT40
OUT39
OUT38

C

OUT28
OUT29
OUT30
OUT31
OUT32
N.C.
VDDH
VDDH
N.C.
GND1
GND1
GND1
N.C.
GND2
GND1
GND1
N.C.
VDDH
VDDH
N.C.
OUT33
OUT34
OUT35
OUT36
OUT37

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50

OUT3
OUT4
OUT5
OUT6
OUT7
OUT8
OUT9
OUT10
OUT11
OUT12
OUT13
OUT14
OUT15
OUT16
OUT17
OUT18
OUT19
OUT20
OUT21
OUT22
OUT23
OUT24
OUT25
OUT26
OUT27

D

VDDH

VDD

VDDH

Block Diagram
88

DK
Level
Shift
Circuit

SI 91

99 OUT1

DA

Data
Output Control Circuit

64-bit Latch

64-bit Shift Register

E
DK
Level
Shift
Circuit

1-30,
46-76, OUT2 - OUT63
100

DA

DK
SO 85

Level
Shift
Circuit

Data

77 OUT64

DA

GND1

GND1

90
GND2

CLR

89
OC1

DIR

87

OC2

92

LAT

84

CLK

F
86

85

PDP-506PE
5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

A

Pin Function
No.

Pin Name

1 - 30

I/O

Pin Function

OUT3 - OUT32

O

High-voltage push-pull output
Not connected

31

N.C.

-

32 - 33

VDDH

-

High-voltage circuit supply

34

N.C.

-

Not connected

GND1

-

Ground

35 - 37
38
B

N.C.

-

Not connected

39

GND2

-

Ground

GND1

-

Ground

42

N.C.

-

Not connected

43 - 44

VDDH

-

High-voltage circuit supply
Not connected

40 - 41

N.C.

-

OUT33 - OUT64

O

High-voltage push-pull output

78

N.C.

-

Not connected

79 - 80

VDDH

-

High-voltage circuit supply

81

N.C.

-

Not connected

GND1

-

Ground

84

DIR

I

Setup of shift register shift direction
L = Shift into reverse (SO -> SI) H = Shift forward (SI -> SO)

85

SO

I/O

86

CLK

I

Serial clock input Fetch SI or SO data to shift register by CLK rise edge

87

LAT

I

LAT data input
L = Transfer shift register data to output latch H = Hold data to output latch

88

VDD

-

Logic supply

89

OC1

I

45
46 - 77

82 - 83
C

Serial data input / output

OC1 OC2

OUT

D

90

OC2

I

91

SI

92

CLR

I

GND1

-
-

L

ALL Hi-Z

L

H

DATA

H

L

ALL L

H

ALL H

Ground

N.C.

Not connected

93 - 94
95

I/O

L

H

Output control
Control output according to the right
truth value table

Serial data input / output
All output reset CLR pin : L -> Normal operation CLR pin : H -> All output High

96 - 97

VDDH

-

High-voltage circuit supply

98

N.C.

-

Not connected

OUT1 - OUT2

O

High-voltage push-pull output

99 - 100
E

F

86

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

A

TC7SH08FUS1 (50 SCAN B ASSY : IC2807)
o 2-input AND Gate
Pin Arrangement (Top view) / Block Diagram

Truth Table

A

IN A

3

L

L

L

H

H

B

2

GND

VCC

L

H

5

H

H

1

Y

L

L

IN B

B

L

4

OUT Y

C

TC74VHC00FTS1 (50 X DRIVE ASSY : IC1002)
o Quad 2-Input NAND Gate
Block Diagram

Truth Table

D

A

14 Vcc

1B 2

13 4B

1Y 3

12 4A

2A 4

11 4Y

2B 5

H

9 3A

GND 7

Y

L

10 3B

2Y 6

B

L

1A 1

8 3Y

L

H

H

H

L

H

H

H

L

E

F

87

PDP-506PE
5

6

7

8

1

A

2

3

4

AXF1140 (50 X DRIVE ASSY : IC1202)
o X Mask Module
Block Diagram
SUSOUT
SUSOUT
SUSOUT
SUSOUT

1
2

43

3

42

4

41
40

SUSGND

B

SUSGND
SUSGND
SUSGND
SUSGND

VSUS
VSUS
VSUS
VSUS
VSUS

6

39

7

38

SUS-B
+5V
+15V

PSUS
PSUS
PSUS
PSUS

9
10

12

33

13

32

14

31

15

30

16

29
28

SUS-G

PSUS

8

C
GND

PSUS

27

18
19
20

Delay
Circuit

26

Driver

21

24

22

23

PSUS
PSUS
PSUS
PSUS
PSUS
PSUS
PSUS
SUS-MSK

SUBGND
SUBGND

AXF1142 (50 X DRIVE ASSY : IC1101)
(50 Y DRIVE ASSY : IC2101)

D

o DK Module
Block Diagram

PC
PC

3

PD-U

PL-U
PL-U
PL-U
PL-U

SUSOUT
SUSOUT
SUSOUT

F

SUSOUT

PL-D

5

40

PL-D

6

39

PL-D
PL-D

CO-D

11

34

CI-D

12

33

+15V

13

32

+15V

31

E

41

36

PC

4

38

PC

+5V

30

SUS-U

29

SUS-D

17

28

GND

18

27

SUB-GND

8
10

15

Driver

16

88

Delay
Circuit

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

A

TC74VHC08FTS1 (50 Y DRIVE ASSY : IC2003, IC2005)
o Quad 2-input AND Gate
Pin Arrangement (Top view) / Block Diagram

Truth Table
A

Y

L

L

L

L

14 VCC

1A 1

B
H

L

H
1B 2

L

L

H

13 4B

H

H
B

1Y 3

12 4A

2A 4

11 4Y

2B 5

10 3B

2Y 6

9 3A

GND 7

8 3Y

C

AXF1141 (50 Y DRIVE ASSY : IC2252, IC2253)
o Y Mask Module
Block Diagram
SUSOUT
SUSOUT
SUSOUT
SUSOUT

1

44

2

43

SUSGND
SUSGND
SUSGND
SUSGND

VSUS
VSUS
VSUS
VSUS
VSUS

GND
SUS-G
SUS-B
+5V
+15V

MSK-S

3
4
40

SUSGND

D

SUS-MSK

6

39

7

38

8

37

9

36

PSUS
PSUS
PSUS
PSUS
PSUS

10

E

12

33

13

32

14

31

15

30

16

29

18

27

19
20

Delay
Circuit

26

PSUS
PSUS
PSUS
PSUS
PSUS

MSK-S
MSK-S

Driver

F

21

24

22

23

SUBGND
SUBGND

89

PDP-506PE
5

6

7

8

1

A

2

3

4

M62334FP (HD DIGITAL ASSY : IC3157)
o 8-bit 4ch I2C Bus D-A Converter with Buffer Amplifier
Pin Arrangement (Top view)

Pin Function
No.

Pin Name

1

AO2

3

AO3

4

8 VCC

AO1 1

AO1

2

Pin Function

AO4

8-bit resolution D-A converter output

AO2 2
AO3 3

6 SDA

5

GND

Ground

AO4 4

5 GND

6

SDA

Serial data input

7

SCL

Serial clock input

8

B

7 SCL

VCC

Power supply

Block Diagram
VCC

SCL

SDA

GND

8

7

6

5

POWER ON
RESET

C

I2C BUS TRANSCEIVER
CHANNEL
DECODER

8

8bit Latch

8bit Latch

8bit Latch

8bit Latch

8bit Upper
Segment R-2R

8bit Upper
Segment R-2R

8bit Upper
Segment R-2R

8bit Upper
Segment R-2R

D
1

2

3

4

AO1

AO2

AO3

AO4

TC74VHC123AFTS1 (HD DIGITAL ASSY : IC3160)
o Dual Monostable Multivibrator/AFN/AFT Retriggerble

E

Pin Arrangement (Top view)

Truth Table
Inputs
A

1A 1

15 1Rx/Cx

B

CLR

H

16 Vcc

1B 2

Outputs
Q

H

Note

Q

Output enable

14 1Cx

X

L

H

L

H

Inhibit

1Q 4

13 1Q

H

X

H

L

H

Inhibit

2Q 5

12 2Q

L

11 2CLR

L

H

2Rx/Cx 7

10 2B

X

X

GND 8

9 2A

1CLR 3

2Cx 6

F

H

Output enable
Output enable

L

L

H

Reset

X: Don't care

90

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

A

PST3610UR (HD DIGITAL ASSY : IC3304)
o Reset IC
Pin Arrangement (Top view)

Pin Function
No.

Pin Name

Pin Function

1

Ground

2

VDD

Power supply / Voltage detection

3

CD

Capacitor connect pin for delay

4

4 OUT

GND 1

GND

OUT

Reset signal output

3 CD

VDD 2

B

Block Diagram
CD
3

VDD 2

4 OUT

RD

Electrostatic
protection
Vref
element

Electrostatic
protection
element

C

GND 1

D

E

F

91

PDP-506PE
5

6

7

8

1

A

2

3

4

PEG122C (HD DIGITAL ASSY : IC3401)
o LSI for PDP video processing (SEQUENCE PROCESSOR)
Pin Arrangement (Top view)

Left side

Right side

Left side (Top view)
B

C

1

2

BAI5
GAI1
A
BAI4
GAI0
B
BAI3
BAI9
C
BAI2
BAI8
D
BAI1
BAI7
E
BAI0
BAI6
F
XSCAN20
XSCAN19
G
XSCAN15
XSCAN14
H
XSCAN10
GND33
J
XSCAN8
XSCAN7
K
XSCAN3
XSCAN2
L
XSUS10
XSUS9
M
XSUS6
GND33
N
XSUS4
XSUS3
P
ADRS0
ADRS1
R
TEST_I0
GND33
T
TXOUTM063
TXOUTP063
U
V TXCLKOUTM06 TXCLKOUTP06
W TXOUTM062 TXOUTP062
TXOUTM061
TXOUTP061
Y
AA TXOUTM060 TXOUTP060
AB TXOUTM073 TXOUTP073
AC TXCLKOUTM07 TXCLKOUTP07
AD TXOUTM072 TXOUTP072
AE TXOUTM071 TXOUTP071
AF TXOUTM070 TXOUTP070

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

GAI4
GND33
VDD33
GAI3
GAI2
PEAK
XSCAN18

GAI9
GAI8
GAI7
GAI6
GAI5
APLDT
XSCAN17

RAI4
RAI3
RAI2
RAI1
RAI0
THEATER
XSCAN16

RAI9
RAI8
RAI7
RAI6
RAI5
GND12
VDD12

BBI0
HDI
VDI
DEI
DCLKI
VDD12

BBI6
BBI5
BBI4
BBI3
BBI2
BBI1

GBI1
GBI0
BBI9
BBI8
BBI7
VDD12

GBI5
GDN33
VDD33
GBI4
GBI3
GBI2

RBI1
RBI0
GBI9
GBI8
GBI7
GBI6

RBI7
RBI6
RBI5
RBI4
RBI3
RBI2

TRNSEND1
TRNSEND0
VDD33
RBI9
RBI8
VDD12

GND12
GND12
GND12
GND12
GND12
GND12

GND12
GND12
GND12
GND12
GND12
GND12

GND12
GND12
GND12
GND12
GND12
GND12

VDDLA
VDDBG
VDDLA
GNDLA
TXOUTP021
TXOUTM021

VDDLA
REFIN
VDDLA
GNDLA
TXOUTP020
TXOUTM020

25

26

XSCAN13
VDD33
XSCAN6
XSCAN1
XSUS8
VDD33
XSUS2
ADRS2
VDD33
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA

XSCAN12
XSCAN11
VDDTC12
XSCAN9
GNDTC12
VDD12
XSCAN5
XSCAN4
VDDTC12
XSCAN0
GND12
VDD12
XSUS7
GNDTC12
VDD12
XSUS5
GND12
VDD12
XSUS1
XSUS0
VDDTC12
ADRS3
GNDTC12
VDD12
TEST_I1
TEST_I2
TEST_R
VDDLA
GNDLA
VDDL12
VDDLA
GNDLA
VDDLA
VDDLA
GNDLA
VDDLA
VDDLA
GNDLA
VDDL12
VDDLA
VDDLA
VDDLA
VDDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
VDDLA
VDDLA
VDDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
TXOUTP033 TXCLKOUTP03 TXOUTP032
TXOUTM033 TXCLKOUTM03 TXOUTM032

VDDLA
GNDLA
VDDLA
GNDLA
TXOUTP031
TXOUTM031

VDDL12
GNDLA
VDDLA
GNDLA
TXOUTP030
TXOUTM030

VDDLA
VDDLA
VDDL12
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
VDDLA
VDDLA
VDDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
TXOUTP023 TXCLKOUTP02 TXOUTP022
TXOUTM023 TXCLKOUTM02 TXOUTM022

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

D

Right side (Top view)
14

E

F

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

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

CLKD
CSRD_N
CLKS
VSSPB
VCCPB
LPFMONI

VSSPA
VCCPA
CLK_MONI
EXDI014
EXDI07
EXDI015

EXDI011
EXDI04
EXDI012
EXDI05
EXDI013
EXDI06

EXDI09
GND33
VDD33
EXDI02
EXDI010
EXDI03

EXA4
EXA3
EXDI00
EXDI08
EXDI01
VDD12

EXA10
EXA9
EXA8
EXA7
EXA6
EXA5

EXA2
EXA1
CSWR_N
EXA0
EXA11
VDD12

EXA16
EXA15
EXA14
EXA13
EXA12
GND12
VDD12
VDDTC12

EXA20
EXA19
EXA18
EXA17
CSEXWAIT_N
SDITDO
GPI003
YSCAN20

CSCS_N1
CSCS_N0
UARTRXD
UARTTXD
SDITRST_N
SDITDI
GPI004
YSCAN19

CSCS_N2
GND33
VDD33
CS10TXD
SDITCK
GPI000
GPI005
YSCAN18

GNDTC12
YSCAN13
GND12
GNDTC12
GND12
YSUS9
GNDTC12
RSV1
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
VDDLA
GNDLA
VDDLA
GNDLA
TXOUTP001
TXOUTM001

YSCAN15
YSCAN12
YSCAN8
YSCAN4
YSCAN0
YSUS8
YSUS4
RSV0
VDDLA
VDDLA
VDDLA
VDDLA
VDDLA
VDDLA
VDDLA
GNDLA
TXOUTP000
TXOUTM000

VDD33
YSCAN11
YSCAN7
YSCAN3
VDD33
YSUS7
YSUS3
VDD33
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA

GND12
GND12
GND12
GND12
GND12
GND12

GND12
GND12
GND12
GND12
GND12
GND12

GND12
GND12
GND12
GND12
GND12
GND12

VDDLA
VDDLA
VDDL12
VREF12
GNDBG
GNDLA
VDDLA
VDDLA
VDDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
TXOUTP013 TXCLKOUTP01 TXOUTP012
TXOUTM013 TXCLKOUTM01 TXOUTM012

VDDLA
GNDLA
VDDLA
GNDLA
TXOUTP011
TXOUTM011

VDDLA
GNDLA
VDDLA
GNDLA
TXOUTP010
TXOUTM010

92

VDD12
VDDTC12
VDD12
VDD12
VDD12
VDDTC12
VDD12
YSUS0
VDDL12
VDDLA
VDDLA
VDDL12
VDDL12
VDDLA
VDDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
VDDLA
VDDLA
VDDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
GNDLA
TXOUTP003 TXCLKOUTP00 TXOUTP002
TXOUTM003 TXCLKOUTM00 TXOUTM002

CSIOSCK1
CSIORXD
TCRAM_MONITOR0 TCRAM_MONITOR1
TCRAM_MONITOR2
CSIORQ
RESETX
SDIJTAG
SDIDBI_N
SDITMS
GPI001
GPI002
GPI006
GPI007
YSCAN17
YSCAN16

A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
GND33
YSCAN14
J
YSCAN10
YSCAN9
K
YSCAN6
YSCAN5
L
YSCAN2
YSCAN1
M
GND33
VSUS10
N
YSUS6
VSUS5
P
YSUS2
VSUS1
R
GND33
AFE_PS_N
T
TXOUTP050
TXOUTM050
U
TXOUTP051
TXOUTM051
V
TXOUTP052
TXOUTM052
W
TXCLKOUTP05 TXCLKOUTM05 Y
TXOUTP053
TXOUTM053 AA
TXOUTP040
TXOUTM040 AB
TXOUTP041
TXOUTM041 AC
TXOUTP042
TXOUTM042 AD
TXCLKOUTP04 TXCLKOUTM04 AE
TXOUTP043
TXOUTM043 AF

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

A

NJW1183L (HD AUDIO ASSY : IC3753)
o FOCUS & SRS IC
Pin Arrangement (Top view)
TBFIL2 1
TBFIL1 2

42 TBFIL3
41 TBFIL4

LPFOUT 3
LPF2 4

40 TBFIL5
39 TBFIL6

LPF1 5
OUTW 6
SRSFIL1 7

38 TBFIL7
37 RECFIL

B

36 SRSFIL2
35 CTB

CSR 8
FCSFIL1a 9

34 FCSFIL1b
33 FCSFIL2b

FCSFIL2a 10
CFCS 11

32 AGC
31 INb

INa 12
TESTa 13

30 TESTb
29 TONE-Hb

TONE-Ha 14
TONE-La 15

28 TONE-Lb
27 OUTb

OUTa 16
CTH 17

C

26 CBA
25 CVO

CTL 18
SDA 19
SCL 20

24 VREFIN
23 VREFOUT

GND 21

22 V+

AGC

Tone-Ha

Tone-La

FCSFIL1a
FCSFIL2a
TBFIL1
TBFIL2
TBFIL3
TBFIL4
TBFIL5
TBFIL6
TBFIL7

OUTa

SDA
SCL

Block Diagram

32

14

15

9 10 2

16

19 20

1 42 41 40 39 38

D

25 CVO

INa 12

VOL1

17 CTH
WOW/Simulated
(FOCUS/TruBass/SRS 3D)

AGC

26 CBA

VOL2

TONE

Logic
VOL2

18 CTL
8 CSR
35 CTB

INb 31

VOL1

TONE

11 CFCS

VOL2

27

6

22 V+

E

21 GND

24 22

VREFIN
VREFOUT

FCSFIL1b
FCSFIL2b
SRSFIL1

3 37

OUTw

TONE-Lb

4

OUTb

34 33 7 36 5

LPFOUT
RECFIL

28

SRSFIL2
LPF1
LPF2

29

TONE-Hb

Bias

F

93

PDP-506PE
5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

8. PANEL FACILITIES
A

Front view

B

4
2
3

1

C

3 POWER ON indicator
4 Remote control sensor

1 POWER button
2 STANDBY indicator

Rear view

D

SYSTEM
CABLE

WHITE

BLACK

E

5

7

SYSTEM
CABLE

8

WHITE

BLACK

6

F

5 SPEAKER (right/left) terminals
6 SYSTEM CABLE terminal (BLACK)
94

7 SYSTEM CABLE terminal (WHITE)
8 AC IN terminal

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

A

B

C

D

E

F

95

PDP-506PE
5

6

7

8

1

A

2

3

4

Jigs list
Jig No.
GGF1475

Jig Name

Remarks

Special Communication Device

See to " 6.2 RS-232C COMMAND " .

B

C

D

E

F

96

PDP-506PE
1

2

3

4


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