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ORDER NO.

MTNC080534CE
B34 Canada: B07

50 inch Class 1080p Plasma HDTV


Model No. TH-C50FD18
GPF11DU Chassis

© 2008 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. All


rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribu-
tion is a violation of law.
1 Safety Precautions
1.1. General Guidelines
1. When conducting repairs and servicing, do not attempt to modify the equipment, its parts or its materials.
2. When wiring units (with cables, flexible cables or lead wires) are supplied as repair parts and only one wire or some of the
wires have been broken or disconnected, do not attempt to repair or re-wire the units. Replace the entire wiring unit instead.
3. When conducting repairs and servicing, do not twist the Faston connectors but plug them straight in or unplug them straight
out.
4. When servicing, observe the original lead dress. If a short circuit is found, replace all parts which have been overheated or
damaged by the short circuit.
5. After servicing, see to it that all the protective devices such as insulation barriers, insulation papers shields are properly
installed.
6. After servicing, make the following leakage current checks to prevent the customer from being exposed to shock hazards.

1.1.1. Leakage Current Cold Check 1.1.2. Leakage Current Hot Check (See
1. Unplug the AC cord and connect a jumper between the Figure 1.)
two prongs on the plug. 1. Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use
2. Measure the resistance value, with an ohmmeter, an isolation transformer for this check.
between the jumpered AC plug and each exposed metal- 2. Connect a 1.5kohm, 10 watts resistor, in parallel with a
lic cabinet part on the equipment such as screwheads, 0.15μF capacitors, between each exposed metallic part
connectors, control shafts, etc. When the exposed metal- on the set and a good earth ground such as a water pipe,
lic part has a return path to the chassis, the reading as shown in Figure 1.
should be between 1Mohm and 5.2Mohm. 3. Use an AC voltmeter, with 1000 ohms/volt or more sensi-
When the exposed metal does not have a return path to tivity, to measure the potential across the resistor.
the chassis, the reading must be . 4. Check each exposed metallic part, and measure the volt-
age at each point.
5. Reverse the AC plug in the AC outlet and repeat each of
the above measurements.
6. The potential at any point should not exceed 0.75 volts
RMS. A leakage current tester (Simpson Model 229 or
equivalent) may be used to make the hot checks, leakage
current must not exceed 1/2 milliamp. In case a mea-
surement is outside of the limits specified, there is a pos-
sibility of a shock hazard, and the equipment should be
repaired and rechecked before it is returned to the cus-
tomer.

Figure 1

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2 Warning
2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) to Electrostatically
Sensitive (ES) Devices
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called Elec-
trostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors and
semiconductor [chip] components. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage
caused by electrostatic discharge (ESD).
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any ESD on your
body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging ESD wrist strap,
which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test.
2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as alumi-
num foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly.
3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.
4. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as [anti-static (ESD protected)] can
generate electrical charge sufficient to damage ES devices.
5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.
6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most
replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or compara-
ble conductive material).
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective material
to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.
Caution
Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.
8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. (Otherwise ham less motion such as the brush-
ing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity (ESD) sufficient
to damage an ES device).

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2.2. About lead free solder (PbF)
Note: Lead is listed as (Pb) in the periodic table of elements.
In the information below, Pb will refer to Lead solder, and PbF will refer to Lead Free Solder.
The Lead Free Solder used in our manufacturing process and discussed below is (Sn+Ag+Cu).
That is Tin (Sn), Silver (Ag) and Copper (Cu) although other types are available.

This model uses Pb Free solder in it’s manufacture due to environmental conservation issues. For service and repair work, we’d
suggest the use of Pb free solder as well, although Pb solder may be used.

PCBs manufactured using lead free solder will have the PbF within a leaf Symbol PbF stamped on the back of PCB.
Caution
• Pb free solder has a higher melting point than standard solder. Typically the melting point is 50 ~ 70 °F (30~40 °C) higher. Please
use a high temperature soldering iron and set it to 700 ± 20 °F (370 ± 10 °C).
• Pb free solder will tend to splash when heated too high (about 1100 °F or 600 °C).
If you must use Pb solder, please completely remove all of the Pb free solder on the pins or solder area before applying Pb sol-
der. If this is not practical, be sure to heat the Pb free solder until it melts, before applying Pb solder.
• After applying PbF solder to double layered boards, please check the component side for excess solder which may flow onto the
opposite side. (see figure below)

Suggested Pb free solder


There are several kinds of Pb free solder available for purchase. This product uses Sn+Ag+Cu (tin, silver, copper) solder. How-
ever, Sn+Cu (tin, copper), Sn+Zn+Bi (tin, zinc, bismuth) solder can also be used.

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3 Service Navigation
3.1. Service Hint

Board Name Function Board Name Function


P Power Supply C1 Data Driver (Lower Right)
A DC-DC Converter C2 Data Driver (Lower Center)
Speaker out, Sound Processor C3 Data Driver (Lower Left)
AV Terminal, AV Switch SC Scan Drive
Digital Signal Processor, Micon, HDMI Interface SU Scan out (Upper)
Peaks Lite 2p SD Scan out (Lower)
D Format Converter, Plasma AI, Sub-Field Processor SS Sustain Drive
K Remote receiver, Power LED SS2 Sustain connector
S Power Switch GH HDMI3 in
GS SD Card Slot G Front Terminal, Key Switch
PB Fan control

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3.2. Applicable signals

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4 Specifications

Power Source AC 120 V, 60 Hz


Power Consumption
Maximum 690 W
Standby condition 0.2 W
Plasma Display panel
Drive method AC type
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Visible screen size 50 inch class (49.9 inches measured diagonally)
(W × H × Diagonal) 43.5 inch × 24.4 inch × 49.9 inch (1,106 mm × 622 mm × 1,269 mm)
(No. of pixels) 2,073,600 (1,920 (W) × 1,080 (H))[5,760 × 1,080 dots]
Sound
Audio Output 20 W [ 10 W + 10 W ] ( 10 % THD )
PC signals VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA, SXGA
Horizontal scanning frequency 31 - 69 kHz
Vertical scanning frequency 59 - 86 Hz
Channel Capability (Digital/Analog) VHF/ UHF: 2 - 69, CATV: 1 - 135
Operating Conditions
Temperature: 32 °F - 104 °F (0 °C - 40 °C)
Humidity: 20 % - 80 % RH (non-condensing)
Connection Terminals
VIDEO IN 1-2 VIDEO: RCA PIN Type × 1 1.0 V [p-p] (75 Ω)
S-VIDEO: Mini DIN 4-pin Y: 1.0 V [p-p] (75 Ω) C: 0.286 V [p-p] (75 Ω)
AUDIO L-R: RCA PIN Type × 2 0.5 V [rms]
COMPONENT INPUT 1-2 Y: 1.0 V [p-p] (including synchronization)
P B, PR : ±0.35 V [p-p]
AUDIO L-R: RCA PIN Type × 2 0.5 V [rms]
HDMI 1-3 TYPE A Connector × 3
This TV supports [HDAVI Control 3] function.
PC D-SUB 15PIN: R, G, B/0.7 V [p-p] (75 Ω)
HD, VD/1.0 - 5.0 V [p-p] (high impedance)
AUDIO L-R: Stereo Mini Jack ( 3.5 mm) × 1
Card slot SD CARD slot × 1
AV PROG OUT VIDEO: RCA PIN Type × 1 1.0 V [p-p] (75 Ω)
AUDIO L-R: RCA PIN Type × 2 0.5 V [rms]
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT PCM / Dolby Digital, Fiber Optic
FEATURES 3D Y/C FILTER
CLOSED CAPTION V-Chip
Photo Viewer HDAVI Control 3
Dimensions (W × H × D)
Including pedestal 47.7 inch × 33.3 inch × 15.3 inch (1,210 mm × 844 mm × 387 mm)
TV Set only 47.7 inch × 31.2 inch × 3.7 inch (1,210 mm × 790.5 mm × 92.5 mm)
Mass
Including pedestal 87.1 lb. (39.5 kg)
TV Set only 82.7 lb. (37.5 kg)

Note
• Design and Specifications are subject to change without notice. Mass and Dimensions shown are approximate.

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5 Service Mode
5.1. How to enter into Service Mode
While pressing [VOLUME ( - )] button of the main unit, press [INFO] button of the remote control three times within 2 seconds.

5.1.1. Key command


[1] button...Main items Selection in forward direction
[2] button...Main items Selection in reverse direction
[3] button...Sub items Selection in forward direction
[4] button...Sub items Selection in reverse direction
[VOL] button...Value of sub items change in forward direction ( + ), in reverse direction ( - )

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5.1.2. Contents of adjustment mode
• Value is shown as a hexadecimal number.
• Preset value differs depending on models.
• After entering the adjustment mode, take note of the value in each item before starting adjustment.

Main item Sub item Sample Data Remark


ADJUST CONTRAST 000
COLOR 3C
TINT 03
SUB-BRT 800
WB-ADJ R-CUT 80
G-CUT 80
B-CUT 80
R-DRV FC
G-DRV F8
B-DRV D9
ALL-CUT 80
ALL-DRV FC
OPTION BOOT ROM Factory Preset
STBY-SET 00
EMERGENCY ON
CLK MODE 00
CLOCK 000
AGING RGBW
COUNT
ALL WHITE
ALL RED
ALL GREEN
ALL BLUE
ON/OFF
RAMP WHITE
RAMP RED
RAMP GREEN
RAMP BLUE
1% WINDOW
COLOR BAR
A-ZONE B-ZONE/4 TRIO
SCROLL
WHITE FLAME
RM-SET CODE A Fixed

SRV-TOOL - See next

5.1.3. How to exit


Switch off the power with the [POWER] button on the main unit or the [POWER] button on the remote control.

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5.2. Service tool mode
5.2.1. How to access
1. Select [SRV-TOOL] in Service Mode.
2. Press [OK] button on the remote control.

5.2.2. Display of SOS History


SOS History (Number of LED blinking) indication.
From left side; Last SOS, before Last, three occurrence before, 2nd occurrence after shipment, 1st occurrence after shipment.
This indication except 2nd and 1st occurrence after shipment will be cleared by [Self-check indication and forced to factory ship-
ment setting].

5.2.3. POWER ON TIME/COUNT


Note : To display TIME/COUNT menu, highlight position, then press MUTE for (3sec).
Time : Cumulative power on time, indicated hour : minute by decimal
Count : Number of ON times by decimal
Note : This indication will not be cleared by either of the self-checks or any other command.

5.2.4. Exit
1. Disconnect the AC cord from wall outlet.

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5.3. Hotel mode
1. Purpose
Restrict a function for hotels. item Function
2. Access command to the Hotel mode setup menu Mode Select hotel mode ON/OFF
In order to display the Hotel mode setup menu, please Input Select input signal modes.
enter the following command (within 2 second). Set the input, when each time power is
[TV] : Vol. [Down] + [REMOTE] : TV/VIDEO (3 times) switched on.
Selection:
-/RF/COMP1/COMP2/HDMI1/HDMI2/HDMI3
Then, the Hotel mode setup menu is displayed. VIDEO1/VIDEO2/PC
• Off: give priority to a last memory.
Channel Select channel when input signal is RF.
Set the channel, each time power is switched
on.
Selection:
Any channel number or [-].
[-] means the channel when turns off.
Volume Adjust the volume when each time power is
switched on.
Range:
0 to 100
Vol. Max Adjust maximum volume.
Range:
0 to 100
OSD Ctrl Restrict the OSD.
Selection:
OFF/PATTERN1
• OFF: No restriction
• PATTERN1: restriction
FP Ctrl Select front key conditions.
Selection:
Off/Pattern1/All
• Off: altogether valid.
• Pattern: only input key is valid.
• All: altogether invalid.
Pow Ctrl Select POWER-ON/OFF condition when AC
power cord is disconnected and then con-
nected.
OFF: The same condition when AC power
3. To exit the Hotel mode setup menu cord is disconnected.
Disconnect AC power cord from wall outlet. ON: Forced power ON condition.
4. Explain the Hotel mode setup menu

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6 Troubleshooting Guide
Use the self-check function to test the unit.
1. Checking the IIC bus lines
2. Power LED Blinking timing

6.1. Check of the IIC bus lines


6.1.1. How to access
Self-check indication only:
Produce TV reception screen, and while pressing [VOLUME ( - )] button on the main unit, press [OK] button on the remote control
for more than 3 seconds.
Self-check indication and forced to factory shipment setting:
Produce TV reception screen, and while pressing [VOLUME ( - )] button on the main unit, press [MENU] button on the remote
control for more than 3 seconds.

6.1.2. Exit
Disconnect the AC cord from wall outlet.

6.1.3. Screen display

6.1.4. Check Point


Confirm the following parts if NG was displayed.

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6.2. Power LED Blinking timing chart
1. Subject
Information of LED Flashing timing chart.
2. Contents
When an abnormality has occurred the unit, the protection circuit operates and reset to the stand by mode. At this time, the
defective block can be identified by the number of blinks of the Power LED on the front panel of the unit.

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6.3. No Power
First check point
There are following 2 states of No Power indication by power LED.
1. No lit
2. Red is lit then turns red blinking a few seconds later. (See 6.2.)

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6.4. No Picture

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6.5. Local screen failure
Plasma display may have local area failure on the screen. Fig-1 is the possible defect P.C.B. for each local area.

Fig-1

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7 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions
7.1. Remove the Rear cover 7.3. Remove the PB-Board
1. See Service Hint (Section 3) 1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable.
2. Remove the screws (×2 ).
7.2. Remove the Fan unit 3. Remove a short-jumper connectors (PB31 and PB32)
1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable. and re-use for new PB-Board.
2. Remove the screws (×3 ). 4. Disconnect the connectors (PB30, PB33, PB34, PB35,
3. Remove the relay connectors and remove the Fan unit. PB36 and PB37)
5. Remove the PB-Board.

7.4. Remove the P(AC)-Board


Caution:
To remove P.C.B. wait 1 minute after power was off for dis-
4. Remove the screw (×1 ) on the back side. charge from electrolysis capacitors.
5. Remove the Fan. 1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable.
2. Disconnect the connectors (P9, P51, P53 and P55).
3. Remove the screws (×6 ) and remove the P(AC)-
Board.

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7.5. Remove the P(MAIN)-Board 7. Remove the P(MAIN)-Board.

Caution:
To remove P.C.B. wait 1 minute after power was off for dis-
charge from electrolysis capacitors.
1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable.
2. Disconnect the couplers (P2, P6, P7, P11, P12, P25, P52,
P54 and P56).
3. Remove the screws (×6 ) and remove the P(MAIN)-
Board unit.

Note:
When assembling the P-Board, the position of each hole of
the insulation sheets (A and B) is set to the position of each
hole of the P-Board, then assemble them. ( marks indi-
cate setting positions.)

4. Remove the screws (×25 ) on the back side.

5. Remove the screws (×6 ).


6. Remove the molding props (×9 ).

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7.6. Remove the Rear Terminal 7.9. Remove the SU-Board
cover 1. Remove the flexible cables (SU1, SU2, SU3, SU4 and
SU5) connected to the SU-Board.
1. Remove the screws (×4 , ×2 ). 2. Remove the flexible cable (SU11-SD11) and the bridge
2. Remove the Rear Terminal cover. connector (SC41-SU41).
3. Remove the molding prop (×1 ).
4. Remove the screws (×4 ) and remove the SU-Board.

7.7. Remove the A-Board unit


1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable.
2. Disconnect the connectors (A1, A3, A5, A6, A7, A11, A12,
A30, A51 and A52).
3. Remove the screws (×4 ) and remove the A-Board
unit.

7.10. Remove the SD-Board


1. Remove the flexible cables (SD1, SD2, SD3, SD4 and
SD5) connected to the SD-Board.
2. Remove the flexible cable (SU11-SD11) and the bridge
connectors (SC42-SD42 and SC46-SD46).
3. Remove the molding prop (×1 ).
4. Remove the screws (×4 ) and remove the SD-Board.

7.8. Remove the A-Board


1. Remove the A-Board unit. (See section 7.7.)
2. Remove the screws (×8 ) and remove the A-Board.

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7.11. Remove the SC-Board 7.13. Remove the SS2-Board
1. Remove the SU-Board and SD-Board. (See section 7.9. 1. Disconnect the connector (SS24) and disconnect the flex-
and 7.10.) ible cable (SS58).
2. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable. 2. Remove the screws (×2 ) and remove the SS2-Board.
3. Disconnect the connector (SC2).
4. Disconnect the flexible cable (SC20).
5. Remove the screws (×8 ) and remove the SC-Board.

7.14. Remove the Stand brackets


1. Remove the Plasma panel section from the servicing
stand and lay on a fiat surface such as a table (covered)
with the Plasma panel surface facing downward.
7.12. Remove the SS-Board 2. Remove the Stand brackets (L, R) fastening screws
(×5 each) and remove the Stand brackets (L, R).
1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable.
2. Disconnect the connectors (SS11, SS12, SS24, SS33
and SS35).
3. Remove a short-jumper connector SS34 and re-use for
new SS-Board.
4. Disconnect the flexible cables (SS53, SS55 and SS56).
5. Remove the screws (×6 ) and remove the SS-Board.

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7.15. Remove the D-Board 7.17. Remove the C2-Board
1. Remove the A-Board unit. (See section 7.7.) 1. Remove the A-Board unit. (See section 7.7.)
2. Disconnect the connectors (D3, D5 and D25). 2. Remove the stand bracket R. (See section 7.14.)
3. Disconnect the flexible cables (D20, D31, D32 and D33). 3. Remove the DD-Heat-sink fastening screws (×10 ).
4. Remove the screws (×4 ) and remove the D-Board. 4. Remove the DD-Heat-sink (×5).

5. Disconnect the flexible cables (CB7, CB8, CB9, CB10


and CB11).
6. Disconnect the flexible cables (C20, C21, C22 and C26).
7. Remove the screws (×5 ) and remove the C2-Board.

7.16. Remove the C1-Board


1. Remove the A-Board unit. (See section 7.7.)
2. Remove the Stand bracket L. (See section 7.14.)
3. Remove the DD-Heat-sink fastening screws (×12 ).
4. Remove the DD-Heat-sink (×6).

7.18. Remove the C3-Board


1. Remove the DD-Heat-sink fastening screws (×8 ).
2. Remove the DD-Heat-sink (×4).

5. Disconnect the flexible cables (CB1, CB2, CB3, CB4,


CB5 and CB6).
6. Disconnect the flexible cables (C10 and C11).
7. Remove the screws (×5 ) and remove the C1-Board.

3. Disconnect the flexible cables (CB12, CB13, CB14 and


CB15).
4. Disconnect the flexible cable (C36).
5. Disconnect the connectors (C33 and C35).

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6. Remove the screws (×4 ) and remove the C3-Board. 7. Remove the Front shield top.

8. Remove the GH-Board.


9. Remove the screws (×2 ) and remove the GS-Board.
10. Remove the screws (×3 ).
7.19. Remove the Front bracket 11. Disconnect the connector (G51) and remove the G-
Board.
1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable.
2. Disconnect the connectors (A11, A51 and A52). (See sec-
tion 7.7.)
3. Remove the screws (×2 , ×2 ) and remove the
Front bracket.

7.21. Remove the Speakers


1. Disconnect the relay connectors
2. Remove the screws (×4 each) and remove the
Speaker (L, R).

7.20. Remove the G-Board, GS-


Board and GH-Board
1. Remove the Front bracket. (See section 7.19.)
2. Remove the screws (×2 ).

7.22. Remove the Plasma panel sec-


tion from the Cabinet assy
(glass)
1. Remove the stand brackets (left, right) fastening screw
(×1 each).

3. Remove the screws (×3 ).


4. Remove the Front shield case front.

5. Disconnect the connectors (GH11 and GS52).


6. Remove the screws (×2 ).

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2. Remove the cabinet assy and the plasma panel fastening
screws (×8 , ×6 ).

7.23. Remove the S-Board


1. Remove the Cabinet assy. (See section 7.22.)
2. Disconnect the connector (S2).
3. For leaving the plasma panel from the front frame, pull the 3. Remove the screws (×2 ) and remove the S-Board
bottom of the cabinet assy forward, lift, and remove. metal frame.

4. Remove the screws (×2 ) and remove the S-Board.

4. Remove the spacers and spacer rings (×6 ).


7.24. Remove the K-Board
1. Remove the Cabinet assy. (See section 7.22.)
2. Remove the S-Board. (See section 7.23.)
3. Remove the screws (×2 ).
4. Disconnect the connector (K1) and Remove the K-Board.

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7.25. Remove the plasma panel (fin-
ished)
1. Place the new plasma panel (finished) on the flat surface
of the table (covered by a soft cloth), with the plasma
panel surface facing downward.
2. Attach the C1-Board, C2-Board and the C3-Board, con-
nect the flexible cables (×15) from the plasma panel to the
C1-Board, C2-Board and the C3-Board, and fit the flexi-
ble cable holders.
3. Attach the Hooks (left, right) and fit the stand brackets (L,
R) to the new plasma panel.
4. Place the plasma panel section on the servicing stand.
5. Attach the cabinet assy and each P.C.Board and so on, to
the new plasma panel.
*When fitting the cabinet assy, be careful not to allow
any debris, dust or handling residue to remain
between the front glass and plasma panel.

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8 Measurements and Adjustments
8.1. Adjustment Procedure 8.1.1.2. Adjustments
Adjust driver section voltages referring the panel data on the
8.1.1. Driver Set-up panel data label.
Check or adjust the following voltages with the multimeter.
8.1.1.1. Item / Preparation
1. Input a white signal to plasma video input.
Name Test Point Voltage Volume Remarks
2. Set the picture controls as follows.
Vsus TPVSUS Vsus ± 2V VR251 (P) *
Picture menu: Vivid (SS)
Normal: Set Ve TPVE (SS) Ve ± 1V VR16000 *
Aspect: Full (SS)
Caution Vset TPVSET 325V ± 7V Fixed
1. First perform Vsus adjustment. (SC)
2. Confirmation of Vscn voltage should be performed after Vad TPVAD (SC) -140V ± 1V VR16600
confirmation of Vad adjustment. (SC)
Vscn TPVSCN Vad+145V ± 4V Fixed
When Vad= -140V, Voltage of Vscn is 5V ±4V.
(SC)
Vda TPVDA (SS) 75V + 1V, -2V Fixed

*See the Panel label.

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8.1.2. Initialization Pulse Adjust
1. Input the White signal to plasma video input.
2. Set the picture controls as follows.
Picture menu : Vivid
Normal : Set
Aspect : Full
3. Connect Oscilloscope to TPSC1 (SC).
Check the voltage (T2) at 100 us period on the down slop.

Test point Volume Level


T2 TPSC1 (SC) VR16602 (SC) 250 V ± 10 V

8.1.3. P.C.B. (Printed Circuit Board) exchange


8.1.3.1. Caution
1. To remove P.C.B. , wait 1 minute after power was off for discharge from electrolysis capacitors.

8.1.3.2. Quick adjustment after P.C.B. exchange


Adjust the following voltages with the multimeter.

P.C.B. Name Test Point Voltage Volume Remarks


P Board Vsus TPVSUS (SS) Vsus ± 2V VR251 (P) *
SC Board Vad TPVAD (SC) -140V ± 1V VR16600 (SC)
SS Board Ve TPVE (SS) Ve ± 1V VR16000 (SS) *
A, D Board White balance and Sub brightness for NTSC, PAL, HD, PC and 625i signals

*See the Panel label.


Caution:
Absolutely do not reduce Vsus below Ve not to damage the P.C.B.

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8.1.4. Adjustment Volume Location

8.1.5. Test Point Location

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8.2. Adjustment
8.2.1. White balance adjustment

Name of measuring instrument Connection Remarks


• W/B pattern Component input
• Color analyzer Panel surface
(Minolta CA-100 or equivalent)
Procedure Remarks
• Ensure aging is adequate.
• Make sure the front panel to be used on the final set is fitted.
• Make sure a color signal is not being shown before adjustment.
• Put the color analyzer where there is little color variation.

1. Output a white balance pattern.


2. Check that the color temperature is [Cool].
3. Set to serviceman mode, WB-ADJ.
4. Set [R-CUT] [G-CUT] [B-CUT] the values written in table 1.
5. Attach the sensor of color analyzer to the center of highlight window.
6. Fix G drive at C0h and adjust [B-DRV] and [R-DRV] so x, y value of color analyzer
become the [Color temperature High] in table 2.
7. Increase RGB together so the maximum drive value in RGB becomes FC. That is,
set [ALL DRIVE] to FC.
Execute adjustment again. When that, the maximum value of R/G/B DRV should be FC,
and either R/G/B DRV should be FC.
8. Set color temperature to [Normal].
9. Set [R-CUT] [G-CUT] [B-CUT] the values written in table 1.
10. Attach the sensor of color analyzer to the center of highlight window.
11. Fix G drive at C0h and adjust [B-DRV] and [R-DRV] so x, y value of color analyzer
become the [Color temperature Mid] in table 2.
12. Increase RGB together so the maximum drive value in RGB becomes FC. That is,
set [ALL DRIVE] to FC.
Execute adjustment again. When that, the maximum value of R/G/B DRV should be FC,
and either R/G/B DRV should be FC.
13. Set color temperature to [Warm].
14. Set [R-CUT] [G-CUT] [B-CUT] the values written in table 1.
15. Attach the sensor of color analyzer to the center of highlight window.
16. Fix G drive at C0h and adjust [B-DRV] and [R-DRV] so x, y value of color analyzer
become the [Color temperature Low] in table 2.
17. Increase RGB together so the maximum drive value in RGB becomes FC. That is,
set [ALL DRIVE] to FC.
Execute adjustment again. When that, the maximum value of R/G/B DRV should be FC,
and either R/G/B DRV should be FC.
18. Set color temperature to [Cool].

- adjustment of [Normal] [Warm] by data shift from [Cool] adjust. -


For [Normal] [Warm] adjustment, set values that the adjusted value of [Cool]
plus the figures wrote below.

19. Copy values adjusted by HD pattern to the NTSC data area of EEPROM.

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29
30
9 Block Diagram
9.1. Block Diagram (1/6)

SD CARD DATA
SD CARD
SLOT
GS SD CARD SLOT GS09 A52
+3.3V(S) +3.3V(S)
DDR2 CLKGEN

HDMI
HDMI3 EQUALIZER SD CARD DATA
GH HDMI3 IN
+5V(S) GH11 A11 +5V(S)
+3.3V(S) +3.3V(S)

FRONT END CH0 DATA


PROCESSOR

HDMI1
HDMI I/F
HDMI2 RECEIVER DIGITAL VIDEO DATA
10bit A/D
to D5
CH0 DATA
DVB VIDEO R/G/B_24bit DVB VIDEO R/G/B_24bit LVDS DATA
LVDS DATA A5
TUNER V
OSD_6bit OSD_16bit
FPGA
L,R Peaks Lite2p
R/G/B

V,Y,C
VIDEO1 L,R
DTV_V

DTV AUDIO

Y,PB,PR OPTICAL OUT


COMP1 L,R

Y,PB,PR
COMP2 L,R VIDEO SW

R,G,B
PC L,R
SBO2
SBI2 SD BOOT
V
MONITOR L,R
OUT
to D3
PANEL STB_ON
HDMI AUDIO
PAMEL SOS A3
PANEL STATUS
DTV AUDIO
L,R SOUND OPTICAL OUT
G FRONT TERMINAL PROCESSOR RESET RESET
MONITOR STB MCU
KEY SWITCH AUDIO SW L,R
RESET GenX5

IIC1 EEPROM
Y,C,V Y,C,V
VIDEO2 L,R L,R
G51 A51
KEYSCAN1
KEY SWITCH KEYSCAN1

F15V
TUNER SOS DET TUNER SOS +9V(S) SUB+9V DET
+9V(S)
CIRCUIT +5V(S) SUB+5V DET
+5V(S) K REMOTE RECEIVER
(LED:10TIMES) +3.3V(S) SUB+3.3V DET
+30V(BT)
SPEAKER(L)
PWM AUDIO OUT
POWER LED
A12 AUDIO AMP AI SENSOR
SPEAKER(R)
SOUND SOS DET TUNER SOS (LED:10TIMES)
CIRCUIT SOUND SOS
SOUND SOS (LED:12TIMES)
+15V(SND) (LED:12TIMES) +3.3V(STB) +3.3V(STB)
REMOTE
REMOTE IN RECEIVER
POWER LED(R) A1 K1 LED(R)

KEYSCAN3

FAN CONT
OPTICAL OPTICAL OUT
AUDIO FAN SOS
OUT
POWER
SWITCH
from
P6 DCDC DCDC S1 ON
FSTB+15V +5V(S) +15V(S) +3.3V(S)
FSTB+15V SUB+5V SUB+3.3V
A6
+15V(SND) DCDC +1.2V(S)
DCDC SUB+1.2V
+9V(S)
SUB+9V SUB+1.8V +1.8V(S)
S POWER SWITCH

from P7

+15V(FAN) +15V(FAN) +15V(FAN)


A7 FAN_A-C
+5V(STB) FAN CONT FAN POWER
+5V(S) BT+30V +30V(BT)
A30 PB30
+9V(S) +9/7.2V PB31
A DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR FAN SOS FAN SOS DET
+5V(STB) STB+3.3V +3.3V(STB) PB32
CIRCUIT
PB37
(LED:11TIMES)

PB FAN CONTROL

TH-C50FD18 TH-C50FD18
Block (1/6) Diagram Block (1/6) Diagram

31
9.2. Block Diagram (2/6)

SC SCAN DRIVE D FORMAT CONVERTER,


SC2 PLASMA AI PROCESSOR
SU SCAN OUT (UPPER)

VSUS

P POWER SUPPLY
P2
SC-BOARD
ENEGRY RECOVERY PANEL MICOM GenX6

VSUS
SOS DETECT EEPROM
SOS4_PS
(LED 6 TIMES) (LED:4TIMES) POWER SOS

SOS6_SC1
+15V(P) +15V(P) DET (LED:2TIMES) SS SUSTAIN DRIVE
SC-BOARD +3.3V(P) +3.3V(P) DET (LED:3TIMES)
FLOTING PART +5V(P) +5V(P) DET (LED:5TIMES) SOS4_PS PS SOS
SOS DETECT
(LED 4 TIME)
P-BOARD
(LED 7 TIMES) +5V(P) +5V(P)
SOS6_SC1 SOS DETECT
SOS6_SC1 (LED:6TIMES) CONTROL SIGNAL +5V(STB) +5V(STB) POWER MICOM
SOS7_SC2 SOS7_SC2 D25 P25
SOS7_SC2 (LED:7TIMES) +15V(P) +15V(P)
+5V(P) SC20 D20 +5V(P) RESET PANEL MAIN ON ON/OFF CONTROL
SOS8_SS VSUS
+15V(P) +15V(P) ALL OFF ALL OFF
(LED:8TIMES) P11 SS11 VSUS
SCAN CONTROL
Vda
LVDS RX
CPG with SS DDR PROCESS SUSTAIN
H/V SYNC CONTROL +15V(P) VOLTAGE VOLTAGE SS-BOARD
SUB-FIELD PROCESSOR RECTIFIER RECTIFIER SOS DETECT
DISCHARGE CONTROL
PLASMA AI FLASH +5V(P) (LED 8 TIME)
SCAN
DRIVER SU41 SC41 DATA DRIVER MEMORY

VIDEO DATA

VIDEO DATA

VIDEO DATA
DCDC ADDRESS

SOS8_SS
+15V(P) +2.5V(P) VOLTAGE
+2.5V(P) PROCESS SUSTAIN (VE)
VOLTAGE VOLTAGE

(30bit)

(36bit)

(30bit)
CONTROL
PULSE DCDC +3.3V(P) CONTROL CONTROL
+15V(P)
+3.3V(P)
+1.2V(P) +1.2V(P) SUSTAIN
PULSE
COLD HOT
SUSTAIN DCDC +3.3V
+5V(STB)
PANEL STB_ON
CONTROL +3.3V(STB) (STB)

PANEL READY
FSTB+15V STANBY
PANEL SOS
RESET ERASE
SU11 VOLTAGE POWER PULSE
+5V(STB) RECTIFIER

SOS8_SS
FACTOR

+5V(STB)
ALL OFF
MAIN SW1

LVDS DATA
CONTROL

+5V(P)
+5V(P)

+5V(P)
VSUS
MAIN SW2
SUSTAIN
SD11 PULSE P12 SS12
+15V(P)
STANBY Vda
VOLTAGE

SUSTAIN CONTROL
+15V(FAN)
CONTROL RECTIFIER
P7
D3 D5 D31 D32 D33 +5V(STB)

MAIN SW2
MAIN SW1
SS21

SOS8_SS
FSTB+15V

+5V(P)
to/from LINE SS24
P6 RECTIFIER
A3,A5 to +15V(SND) FILTER
SCAN A6,A7
PULSE
SD42 SC42 LINE
FILTER
SCAN SS35 SS33 SS34
DRIVER
SD46 SC46
SS2 SUSTAIN CONNECTOR

SUSTAIN CONTROL

SUSTAIN CONTROL
P9

VIDEO DATA

VIDEO DATA
VOLTAGE AC CORD

SOS8_SS
VIDEO DATA

SOS8_SS
GENERATOR
+5V(P)

+5V(P)

+5V(P)
+5V(P)

C11 C21 C22 C35 C33

C2 DATA DRIVER (CENTER)


VIDEO DATA

C1 DATA DRIVER (RIGHT) C3 DATA DRIVER (LEFT)


VIDEO DATA

+5V(P)
+5V(P)

+5V(P)
+5V(P)

+5V(P)
SOS8_SS SOS8_SS
SUSTAIN CONTROL SUSTAIN CONTROL
C26 C36
Vda Vda Vda
C10 C20 VIDEO DATA

SD SCAN OUT (LOWER)

DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA
DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER

TH-C50FD18 TH-C50FD18
Block (2/6) Diagram Block (2/6) Diagram

32
9.3. Block Diagram (3/6)

A DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR

G51 A51 IC2301


IC2106 SOUND PROCESSOR
V2_Y
5 V2_Y V2_Y +15V(SND)
5 AUDIO AMP
V2_C IIC2
3 V2_C V2_C
3 +15V
JK3701 V2_V AV L/R A/D
7 V2_V V2_V
7 CONV.
VIDEO2 V2_L V2_L A12
11 V2_L 11 ERROR DET
V2_R V2_R R(+)
9 V2_R 9 D/A R SPEAKER 1
CONV. R(-) SPEAKER_R
PWM R_OUT 2
OUT L L(+)
1 KEYSCAN1 1 DTV_R SPEAKER 3
KEY SWITCH D/A SPEAKER_L
DTV_L SOUND L_OUT L(-)
CONV. PROCESSOR 4

G FRONT TERMINAL SPDIF-OUT OPTICAL


KEY SWITCH OUT

SPDIF-IN
DTV-SDIN
HDMI-SDIN
IC3001
HDMI-SPDIF
VIDEO SW AUDIO SW +1.8V +3.3V

V1_Y
TV TV TV TV MAIN IC2008 +5V(S)
V1_C OUT
V L/R AV_L/R
V1_V V1 VIDEO1 V1 VIDEO1 MAIN L/R +3.3V
VIDEO1 Y/PB/PR
V1_L Y/C/V L/R RGB_CVBS
V2 VIDEO2 V2 VIDEO2 Y/PB/PR 1
V1_R +15V(SND)
Y/C/V L/R PC_HS/VS D2301
D1_Y VIDEO3 VIDEO3 OUT IC4000
HS/VS IC2107 +3.3V(S)
D1_PB L/R HS/VS
VIDEO4
STB3.3V
D1_PR VIDEO4 +1.8V +30V(BT) STB_RESET
SUB 5V(S)
COMP1 L/R OUT D4006
D1_L L4001 L4000
D1 COMP1
JK3000 D1 COMP1 SUB MONO +9V
D1_R Y/PB/PR Q2301 KEYSCAN3 D5613
L/R L+R
D2 COMP2 SOUND D4007 Q4016
D2_Y D2 COMP2 9V(S)
Y/PB/PR MONITOR SOS
D2_PB L/R DET IC5606
OUT
PC PC MON SOS
D2_PR PC PC L/R
COMP2 D5615 D5614
R/G/B/H/V L/R STB 3.3V(STB) 5V(STB)
D2_L MON
DTV_V DTV1 DTV_L/R V (LED:12TIMES) RESET
D2_R DTV1 STB
Y/C L/R STB_RESET +3.3V
PC_L DTV2
PC PC_R Y/C +9V +5V MUTE
AUDIO

KEYSCAN1
PC_R SOUND SOS
PC_G IIC2 ANALOG ASIC
JK3001 PC_B +5V(S)
PC
PC_H
+30V(BT)
PC_V 2
+5V(S)
3
HDMI SOUND
+9V(S) 4
MON_V +9V(S)
JK3000 5
MON_L
MONITOR F15V
MON_R 6
OUT
Y/PB/PR
7

D3005 SPDIF-OUT
8
OPTICAL
+3.3V(S) +3.3V(S)
AUDIO 9
OUT
10

DTV RESET
DTV-SDIN
SPDIF-IN
IC8300
TU8300 TUNER
FRONT END PROCESSOR
(TERRESTRIAL RECEIVER) IC5600 SUB+3.3V
TV_V +3.3V(S) F15V IC3017
VIDEO
TV_L +3.3V(S) +3.3V RESET
IIC2
ANT IN AUDIO TV_R +1.2V(S)
IIC_TU

AFT DIGITAL
AFT DEMODULATOR
D5692
+30V(BT)
IF_AGC
+30V(BT) Q5603 Q5604
ON/OFF F+15V DET
+5V(S)
SUB+1.8V
+5V(S)
+1.8V(S) +1.2V(S)
IC5601 SUB+1.2V

CH0DATA +1.8V
IFD_OUT1
+3.3V(S)
IFD_OUT2 +1.2V
+3.3V(S)
IF_AGC +3.3V(STB)
+1.8V(S) 11

+1.2V(S)
RESET
R/G/B_30bit
IIC_TU AUDIO 12
PROCESS R/G/B_24bit
TRANSPORT 13
DECODER R/G/B_30bit
(TS) OSD_6bit
DTV_V 14
VIDEO
PROCESS R/G/B_24bit

OSD_6bit GS GS SD CARD SLOT


OSD A52 JK7701
CONTROL PROCESS 52
IC8002,03 2 +3.3V(S) 2

4 4 4bit SD CARD
DDR I/F DDR2 #0/#1 SD DATA
13 13
IC8004
IIC0 CLOCK CLOCK GEN

SD CARD SD DATA
IIC1 I/F IC8502
RESET

IIC2 NOR FLASH

SBI2 CPU BUS I/F


SBO2
IIC_IF EEPROM

IC8001 Peaks Lite2p IIC3 IC8503


TH-C50FD18 TH-C50FD18
Block (3/6) Diagram Block (3/6) Diagram

33
9.4. Block Diagram (4/6)

JK4500 JK4501 GH10


A DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR HDMI IN 2 HDMI IN 1 GH HDMI3 IN HDMI IN 3

TMDS DATA

TMDS DATA
P6 A6

HDMI_CEC

HDMI_CEC
+5V

+5V
DDC IIC

HDMI_CEC
+5V
PA5600

DDC IIC

DDC IIC
CLOCK

CLOCK
FSTB+15V 7

FSTB+15V 8
IC3802
FSTB+15V 9
IC4511 EEPROM
IC5400 +5V(S) A11 GH11
+15V(SND) 1
+5V(S) D3814 D3813
+15V(SND) 2 DDC IIC
+5V +3.3V
+15V(SND) 3 26 HDMI_CEC 26
+5V(HDMI)
12 HDMI5V DET 12
IC5401 DET_3
22 +5V(S) 22
+9V(S) Q3802
+9V 20 +3.3V(S) 20
IC4512
+3.3V(S) 18 +3.3V(S) 18 TMDS DATA
F15V IC3801 CLOCK
+5V(STB) HDMI I/F RECEIVER TMDS DATA
(LED:10TIMES) +1.8V IC4510 HDMI EQUALIZER
TUNER SOS 10bit A/D
Q5522
VOLTAGE DDCA_IIC
+3.3V
DROP DDCB_IIC
ERROR DET IC4513
DDCC_IIC
F+STB15V +1.8V
+9V(S) +1.8V +1.8V
+5V(S) A17 FOR FACTORY USE
+30V(BT)
HDMI PROCESSOR
HDMI_SD
1 AUDIO A18 FOR FACTORY USE
+15V(SND) HDMI_SPDIF HDMI
INTERFACE
DECODE
D5521
VIDEO IIC IIC1
INTERFACE

D5522 R(10bit) HDCP KEY HS/VS


H/V
G(10bit)

+5V(HDMI)

+5V(HDMI)
B(10bit) Y/PB/PR

DET_2

DET_1
Q4502

Q4503
SW A/D CONV.

+30V(BT)
2
+5V(S)
3
HDMI SOUND
4
+9V(S)
5
F15V A5 D5
6 D1107
LVDS DATA 1
Y/PB/PR LVDS DATA
7
31

+5V(STB)
8 +3.3V(S)

HDMI_CEC

HDMI_CEC_
+5V(HDMI)
+3.3V(S) A7 P7
9 IC1100

PU_ON
1 +15V(FAN)

DET
10 STB MCU
2 +15V(FAN)
GenX5 5 +5V(STB)
TV SUB ON
6 TV SUB N
ECO ON 7 ECO ON

TV SUB ON AC GOOD 9 AC GOOD


IC4200 TV SUB ON
SOUND SOS
SOUND SOS (LED:12TIMES)
FPGA AFT Q4014,15
AFT
KEYSCAN1 A3 D3
+3.3V KEYSCAN1
TUNER SOS PANEL STB_ON
TUNER SOS (LED:10TIMES) PANEL STB_ON 2 PANEL STB_ON
PANEL STATUS
PANEL STATUS 3 PANEL STATUS
PANEL SOS
PIXEL CONV. OSD PANEL SOS 4 PANEL SOS
VIDEO AI GAMMA SYNTHETIC LVDS 7 IIC_DATA1
PROCESS I/P CONV. DRIVER IIC1
HV ENHANCE 8 IIC_CLK1
RGB MATRIX
10 IIC_DATA2
OSD IIC2
11 IIC_CLK2
I/F FAN SOS
(LED:11TIMES) FAN SOS
FAN CONT
FAN CONT
DTV RESET
DTV RESET SBI2
STB RESET
STB RESET SBO2
+3.3V(STB) IIC0
11 +3.3V(STB)
IIC1 IIC3 K POWER LED
IC4800 IC1101 REMOTE RECEIVER
IIC1 IIC3
R/G/B_30bit TEMP SENSOR EEPROM IIC1
12
R/G/B_24bit
13 A1 K1 RM2501
OSD_6bit LED R REMOTE
14 SUB+3.3V DET POWER LED(R) 7 7 Q2511 RECEIVER
REMOTE IN
SUB+5V DET REMOTE IN 6 6
+3.3V(STB)
SUB+9V DET 4 4
IC4013 KEYSCAN3 D2520A
KEYSCAN3 9 9
TPF0S POWER LED

KEYSCAN3
SERIAL SW 10

11
SOS DET FAN A
FAN STOP
OVEN PB
FAN C 30 A30
VOLTAGE
+9/7.2V FAN SOS
3 FAN SOS 3 SW2500
D851 (LED:11TIMES) FAN CONT
PB31 5 FAN CONT 5 POWER
D852
PB32 D857 D861
SWITCH
1 +15V(FAN) 1 S2
PB37
IC850 1 ON
3 3 D860
2
1 1 +9/7.2V

FAN(80MM)A-C
S POWER SWITCH

PB FAN CONTROL
TH-C50FD18 TH-C50FD18
Block (4/6) Diagram Block (4/6) Diagram

34
9.5. Block Diagram (5/6)

P POWER SUPPLY

K602 HOT COLD


MC602 MC203
MC603
RF601 RECTIFIER MC606 Vsus POWER
F201 SUPPLY
K601 PFC T201 D254-D257
P2 SC2
D FORMAT CONVERTER,
Vsus GEN.
1 Vsus PLASMA AI PROCESSOR

P11 SS11
MC601 IC251 VR251
1 Vsus IC9500 DISCHARGE CONTROL
PC201 Vsus
PFC MC201
CONTROL PHOTO Vsus
Vsus POWER COUPLER ERROR DET A5 D5
RUSH RELAY

MAIN RELAY

CONTROL PC202
1
PHOTO LVDS DATA CONTROL DATA
COUPLER 31 +3.3V DISCHARGE SUSTAIN CONTROL
IC9002 CONTROL
SS12 IIC2
Q301,302 P12 +1.2V SCAN CONTROL
POWER SUPPLY TEMP SENSOR +2.5V
T301 1 Vda
F301 D401 IIC2
Q402 2 Vda IC9303
MC401 FOR
Q403 4 +15V(P) FACTORY D6 FLASH IIC2
D402 USE MEMORY
Vda 8 STB_PS
CONTROL
10 +12V
VR401
D352 Vda_ON Vda
POWER FLASH I/F
MC301 CONTROL
PC401
PHOTO Q401 LVDS DATA
COUPLER
D33 C22
IC9805 +3.3V LVDS RX
PC301
+1.2V CPG with SS VIDEO DATA 2
PHOTO +15V
H/V SYNC CONTROL VIDEO DATA
COUPLER ERROR DET IC352 +3.3V 48
P6 A6 IC9301 SUB-FIELD PROCESSOR VIDEO DATA
+1.2V
MC351 15VON PLASMA AI 66
PC302 1 +15V(SND) DDR(L) VIDEO DATA
DDR I/F DATA DRIVER 67 +5V(P)
PHOTO MEMORY
COUPLER 3 +15V(SND) VIDEO DATA 68

Q351 7 FSTB+15V CONTROL DATA


+2.5V SUSTAIN CONTROL
9 FSTB+15V
IC9300 62 SOS8_SS
VIDEO/PANEL CONTROL
MC552 MC451 +5V(P) IC9806 IC9401 (LEFT)
BIAS/ IIC2
MC502 SUS/ CONTROL SWITCH
DDR(R) D32 C21
MULTI BIAS +5V +2.5V MEMORY DDR I/F IIC2
CONTROL 2
PC501 VIDEO DATA
56
PHOTO
COUPLER IIC2 66
IC9400
67 +5V(P)
P52 1 6 P54 1 (RIGHT)
68

CONTROL DATA
P51 1 6 P53 1 P25 D25
POW ON
STB5V_ON
STB5V_OUT
RUSH RELAY(H)
MAIN RELAY(H)
MULTI_ON

15V_IN

Vda_ON

5V_ON

+15V(P)
1 1
5V_OUT IIC1 SOS8_SS
F501 +15V(P) D31 C11
BAIS_ON 2 2 (LED:8TIMES)
15V_ON +5V(P) IIC1
5 5 2
D505 T501 15V_0CL
+5V(P) IIC2 IC9003
L601, 6 6 GenX6 VIDEO DATA
L602, Vsus_ON IC9001 PANEL MICOM 56
L604, D501 D551 +5V(STB) Q9805,06
9 9
L605 POWER SOS 66
RECTIFIER EEPROM IIC2
POWER SOS 12 12
P55 P56 PANEL MAIN ON 67 +5V(P)
FILTER PANEL MAIN ON 11 11 +3.3V(P) DET (LED:3TIMES) 68
2 2 MC701 VDA_DET
13 13
F604 IC501 4 4 AC DET POWER MICOM Vda OUT CONTROL DATA
POWER ON/OFF
TV SUB ON

D506 SUS OUT SOS4_PS


POWER SOS (LED:4TIMES)
ECO ON

IPD MAIN SW
PANEL MAIN ON
VDATA_DET
IC501 VDATA_DET

BUFFER
+15V(P) DET (LED:2TIMES) IC9802
F601
F602

POWER +5V(P) DET (LED:5TIMES) IC9803


AC IN
CONTROL A3 D3 IC9013 IC9019
D20 SC20
IC555
PANEL STB_ON 2 IC9011 BUS SW
SCAN CONTROL
PC502 IIC_DATA1 7
P9 1 3 IIC1 +3.3V(STB) 1 +5V(P)
PHOTO STB IIC_CLK1 8 +3.3V +3.3V(STB)
COUPLER ERROR DET (LED:6TIMES) SOS6_SC1 15 SOS6_SC1
IIC_DATA2 10 RESET RESET
IIC2 (LED:7TIMES) SOS7_SC2 16 SOS7_SC2
HOT COLD IIC_CLK2 11
28 +15V(P)
P7 7 6 10 5 2 1 PANEL SOS 4 PANEL SOS
AC INLET 29 +15V(P)
A7 PANEL STATUS 3 PANEL STATUS
TV SUB ON
ECO ON

+5V(P)

+15V(P)
+15V(P)
+5V(STB)

AC100V 30 +15V(P)
50/60Hz AC CORD

TH-C50FD18 TH-C50FD18
Block (5/6) Diagram Block (5/6) Diagram

35
9.6. Block Diagram (6/6)

SC SCAN DRIVE

FOR
SC30 FACTORY
USE
P2 SC2 TPVSUS IC16788,89
TPVSET
Vsus 1 VSET OUT
ERROR DET

SU SCAN OUT (UPPER)


CMH Q16401
Q16403 SS SUSTAIN DRIVE
Q16404 Q16641-44
IC16501 Q16647-50 VF_GND IC14901-04
VSUS Gen.
DRIVER SCAN
Q16421 Q16601 DRIVER
Q16423 CEL P11 SS TPVSUS
CML Q16604 11
IC16521 Q16424 Q16441 SC SU Vsus
CSH Q16442 41 41 1
ENERGY 15 15 SCAN
RECOVERY Q16452 VAD SEPA Q16661 VSCN-F DRIVER
CSL IC16752 6 6 SS UMH IPD IC16301
CPH DRIVER CEL Vfo 34
IC16131 Q16002-04 SS
1 1 IC14905-08 STB_PS 53
VSET SEPA
CPH2 1 VSUS Gen. IC16302
DRIVER IC16772 12V
1
3 DRIVER
SU1-SU5 TRANS +15V 2
Q16622-25 SU TPVE2
+15V(P) Q16022-24
Q16627-29 11 UMH,UML UML 13
Q16634 P12 SS T16301A
IC16786,87 12 Q16331

SCAN DATA
IC16561-63 IC16791 TPVSCN TPSC1 SS
VSCN PLASMA PANEL 12V 8 IC16151 55
DC/DC 16V-F USH Q16042
BUFFER GEN. PANEL SCAN STB_PS 10 ENERGY 1
CONVERTER D16859 Q16339
RECOVERY TPVE 2
D16860 ELECTRODES +15V(P) 4
USL
D14721 Vda 1 13
IC16472 (15V_F) IC16784 SD USH,USL
PLASMA PANEL
TPVAD Vda 2
11 SS
AND GATE VAD SD1-SD5 Q16051 56 PANEL SUSTAIN
IC16724 GEN. 1
ELECTRODE
IC14951-54 IC16191
SC +5V F_5V_A 2
D20 20 IC16581 Q16102
(SC1) SCAN VE Gen.
PC16710 DRIVER Q16104 13
+5V(P) 35
ERROR DET DRIVER
D16583 PHOTO COUPLER IC16725 D16725 SC SD D16253
+15V(P) 8
IC16251
LED(G) F_5V_B 42 42 LED(G)
+5V TPSS1
+15V(P) 7 UEH,UML
PC16705 (SC2) 7 7 SCAN ERROR DET
TPSOS6
DRIVER SS
+15V(P) 6
18 18 C35 35 TPVDA
PHOTO COUPLER D16282
SOS6_SC1 21 Vfo D16280
20 20 IC14955-58 Vda 1
D16255 ERROR DET
D16585
SOS7_SC2 20 PC16480
(LED:6TIMES) D16480 9 9 Vda 2 (LED:8TIMES) Q16280
SCAN 5V-F_A VSET2,6 TPSOS8
SCAN CONTROL CONTROL PHOTO COUPLER UEL UML
UEH UMH
SS 1 2 13
VOLTAGE SS 58S
SC SD C33 USL
DROP Q16876 D16871 BUFFER 33
D16820 Vscn D16821 D16873 5V
46 46 5V USH SS SS
ERROR DET SOS8_SS 8 21 24
ERROR DET
5V_F_A 1 1 IC14961-65 +5V(P) 1 BUFFER 7 7
VSCN TPSOS7 IC16564 SCAN CONTROL 6 6
D16872 Q16791,94 D16791 IC16792
2 SUSTAIN CONTROL
IC16241
16V_F 16V_F SUSTAIN CONTROL
VSET ERROR DET IC16801 7 1 1
(LED:7TIMES) SD SCAN OUT (LOWER)
SCAN CONTROL VSET2,6
D16718 Q16875,79 D16717
VSET
ERROR DET

SUSTAIN CONTROL
C2 DATA DRIVER (CENTER)
CONTROL DATA

CONTROL DATA
VIDEO DATA

VIDEO DATA

VIDEO DATA

VIDEO DATA

VIDEO DATA
+5V(P)DET

+5V(P)DET
+5V(P)DET

SOS8_SS
CLOCK

CLOCK

CLOCK

CLOCK
+5V(P)
+5V(P)
+5V(P)

+5V(P)
+5V(P)
+5V(P)
+5V(P)
+5V(P)

D31 D32 +5V(P) D33


C1 DATA DRIVER (RIGHT) C3 DATA DRIVER (LEFT)
C11 1 2 3 5 17 63 33 39 C21 61 67 13 59 33 39 5 1 2 3 C22 61 67 37 39 33 35 1 2 3 5 21 59 7

C26 C36 C33 SS33


SOS8_SS
62 7 8 SOS8_SS
SUSTAIN CONTROL
C10 C20 IC17201,02 BUFFER SUSTAIN CONTROL
VIDEO DATA
IC17203 Vda
BUFFER 1 68 1 +5V(P)
BUFFER BUFFER IC17204 IC17301
+5V(P)DET Vda
BUFFER IC17101-03 20 1 8 61 2 Vda
Vda CLOCK
IC17104-06 6 15 BUFFER 1 Vda
Vda CONTROL DATA
1 20
VIDEO DATA C35 SS35
BUFFER
+5V(P)
64 5
+5V(P)
66 3
+5V(P)DET IC17302-04
68 1

CB1 CB2 CB3 CB4 CB5 CB6 CB7 CB8 CB9 CB CB CB CB CB CB


10 11 12 13 14 15

PANEL DRIVER PANEL DRIVER PLASMA PANEL PANEL DRIVER

TH-C50FD18 TH-C50FD18
Block (6/6) Diagram Block (6/6) Diagram

36
10 Wiring Connection Diagram
10.1. Caution statement.
Caution:
Please confirm that all flexible cables are assembled correctly.
Also make sure that they are locked in the connectors.
Verify by giving the flexible cables a very slight pull.

10.2. Wiring (1)

37
10.3. Wiring (2)

38
10.4. Wiring (3)

39
10.5. Wiring (4)

40
10.6. Wiring (5)

41
10.7. Wiring (6)

42
11 Schematic Diagram
11.1. Schematic Diagram Note

43
11.2. P(AC)-Board Schematic Diagram

TO
AC CORD

TO
P(MAIN)-BOARD
(P52)

HOT COLD

B TO
P(MAIN)-BOARD ETB25AH118BH
(P54)

C
TO
P(MAIN)-BOARD
(P56)

D IPD

1000
STB ERROR DET

HOT COLD

! P(AC)-BOARD ETX2MM704MGB

F HOT COLD
POWER CONTROL
<Exchange board only>

TH-C50FD18 TH-C50FD18
P(AC)-Board Schematic Diagram P(AC)-Board Schematic Diagram

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

44
11.3. P(MAIN)-Board Schematic Diagram

(P51)
P(AC)-BOARD
TO
BIAS/PFC/MULTI
! P(MAIN)-BOARD ETX2MM704MGH
CONTROL
<Exchange board only>

PFC CONTROL
<Exchange board only>
RECTIFIER
<Exchange board only>

(P53)
P(AC)-BOARD
TO
B

Vsus POWER CONTROL


<Exchange board only>
POWER CONTROL
<Exchange board only>

<Exchange board only>


Vsus POWER SUPPLY
PFC HOT

<Exchange board only>


COLD

<Exchange board only>


C

15V ON
HOT
HOT HOT

+15V ERROR DET


(P55)
P(AC)-BOARD
TO

<Exchange board only>


COLD
COLD COLD

Vda CONTROL
MDPPSA103
CONTROL SWITCH
<Exchange board only>

D
+5V(P)
<Exchange board only>

Vsus ERROR DET


2k 100p
<Exchange board only>
POWER MICOM

(SC2)
SC-BOARD
TO
F

(SS11)
SS-BOARD
TO
(SS12)
SS-BOARD
TO
(A6)
A-BOARD
TO
(D25)
D-BOARD
TO

(A7)
A-BOARD
TO

TH-C50FD18 TH-C50FD18
P(MAIN)-Board Schematic Diagram P(MAIN)-Board Schematic Diagram

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

45
11.4. PB-Board Schematic Diagram

! PB-BOARD TNPA4243ABS

TO
FAN

PB31 PB32 PB37

+B FOR FAN 1 1 1

GND FOR FAN 2 2 2

B 3 3 3

D851 D852 D857


MA2J11100L MA2J11100L MA2J11100L

R851 R852 R857


4.7k 4.7k 4.7k

FAN_SOS
9V 9V

C858
25V
0.1u

IC850
C0DBAZF00003

Vout(sw)

ON/OFF
GND
+9/7.2V

Vadj
Vin
1

5
TP850 R869
1k

C
C861
25V
0.1u

+
C869
25V
TP852 470u D859
B0JCME000037 R859 R871
2k 13k

C862 C860
25V L852
25V R872
TP851 0.1u 470u G0C101KA0167
390

+
D860
MAZ81100ML
MA2J11100L

R874
D861

R861 470
4.7k

TP853

C859
D862
25V
MAZ80330LL
0.1u

R867

D 0

PB30
TO
1

A-BOARD
(A30)
DR15V

GND

FAN SOS

MAIN9V

FAN CONT

TH-C50FD18 TH-C50FD18
PB-Board Schematic Diagram PB-Board Schematic Diagram

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

46
11.5. G, GS, K and S-Board Schematic Diagram

A
! K-BOARD TNPA4500S
RM2501
PNA4701M07TV

VCC

GND

OUT
REMOTE RECEIVER
D2512
MAZ80430LL

D2520A C2515
B3AAA0000770 50V
C2512 C2521 0.01u
POWER LED
6.3V 50V
10u 0.01u R2525
820
R2517 Q2510
47 2SD0601A0L Q2511
(HP GND) 2SD0601A0L
R2516 R2524
CH.UP CH.DN VOL.UP VOL.DN TV/VTR OK MENU R2542
22k 47k 22k

ZA3701
C4
R2520
K4CZ01000027 220k R2557
5.6k

ZA3702
K4CZ01000027

R_LED_ON
REMOCON
STBY3.3V

KEY3
GND
19 G51 1
C
R

2
L

20
JK3701 K1

8
K4AK13B00002

GND
TO

GND
R_LED_ON
RM_IN
STB3.3V

KEYSCAN3(OUT)
KEYSCAN3(IN)
A-BOARD

GND
(A1)
R-SW

V-SW

CY-G
R-G

V-G
L-G

G
R

C
V

Y
L

R3750 R3751 R3758 R3752 R3753 R3754


14.3k 6.65k 3.16k 1.74k 1.62k 2.32k
S2

2
EVQPC105K

EVQPC105K

EVQPC105K

EVQPC105K

EVQPC105K

EVQPC105K

EVQPC105K
SW3751

SW3753

SW3754

SW3755

SW3756

SW3757

SW3758

PUSH
SW2500
K0F122A00172

MENU OK TV/VTR VOL.DN VOL.UP CH.DN CH.UP POWER SW

R3756

C KEY1
0

C3750
50V
1000p

! S-BOARD TNPA4499S
MAZ81400ML

MAZ80510LL

R3721
10k
D3701

D3710

MAZ81400ML
MAZ81400ML

MAZ80510LL
D3709
D3711

D3702

R3716 R3717
39k 39k

! GS-BOARD TNPA4139ADS
12 SDWP

11 SDDAT3

D SD CARD SLOT 10 SDDAT2

SDDAT1
9
R7716 JK7701
1

2
J0ZZA0000091

0 SDDAT0
8
FL3711

BALLAN

SDDAT2 R7703 68
9
SDDTC
7
1 SDDAT3 R7705 68
4

GND
6
SDCMD
J0ZZA0000091

R7709 68
1

2
J0ZZA0000091

2
SDCMD
FL3710

50V 33p

50V 33p
FL3712
BALLAN

BALLAN

C7703

C7701
3
GND L7721 GND
R7731 4
3.3V JS7701 0 J0JCC0000143 0
4
4

4
3

SDCLK

! G-BOARD TNPA4501S 3

+
AV3_R C7729 SDCLK R7706 0 R7713 0
5
6.3V GND
AV3_L 10u 2
6
AV3_C_GND

GND
AV3_V_GND

AV3_Y_GND

C7702 C7708 1 3.3V


AV3_Y
AV3_C
AV3_V

AV3_S_DET SDDAT0 R7704 68


4V 16V 7
47u 0.1u
SDDAT1 R7701 68
8
GS52 TO
KEY1
A-BOARD
R7702

50V 33p

50V 33p
10
(A52)

C7727

C7726
0 R7794 0 R7796 0
D.SW
R7710
11
100 R7799 0 R7797 0

12
R7708 W.P. R7793 0 R7798 0

16V 0.1u

16V 0.1u
0

C7709

C7705
R7792 0 R7795 0

E
11

10

G51
9

1
4.AV3_C_GND
8.AV3_V_GND

6.AV3_Y_GND

2.AV3_S_DET

1.KEYSCAN1

TO
11.AV3_L

9.AV3_R

3.AV3_C
7.AV3_V

5.AV3_Y
10.GND

A-BOARD
(A51)

TH-C50FD18 TH-C50FD18
G, GS, K and S-Board Schematic Diagram G, GS, K and S-Board Schematic Diagram

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

47
11.6. GH-Board Schematic Diagram

! GH-BOARD TNPA4603ABS

R3802
10k
Q3802
R3803 2SD0601A0L
3.3k

B D3814 R3847
B0HCMM000014 0
D3813
B0HCMM000014 TP3803

R3854
10k R3805

R3806
4.7k C3823

47k
16V
0.1u
R3840 10 SDA
SCL
C3829
R3841 10 SCL 10V 30
1u
29
SDA
28

R3807

R3808
TP3804

10

10
R3815 L3805

16V 0.01u
0 J0JHC0000078 27

16V 0.1u
C3811
C3818
CEC

5
EZJZ0V80008B

EZJZ0V80008B
D3807

D3808

C3813 C3814 26

WC
VCC

SDA
SCL
6.3V 16V
Q3801 10u 0.1u
R3818 R3821 2SD0601A0L R3812 25

R3814

R3832
10k 33 10k

4.7k

4.7k
R3801
D3811
EZJZ0V80008B
10k *IC3802 C3819
24
16V 0.1u

16V 0.1u
10V 4.7u

C3803 Q3804 16V


C3804

C3806

R3804
C3827

10V TVRP820S 0.01u CLK- 23

4.7k
2SD0601A0L Main5V

36
35

34
33
32

31

30
29

28
27

26
25
1u
C3801 C3802 FL3802 22
C3807
16V 16V EEPROM J0MAB0000170

VCC
AP

AN
GND

SCL5
SDA5

DDCGND
DDC5V

HPD
VCC
0.1u 0.1u 16V 37 24 1 4
0.1u 21
38 23 2 3 CLK+

VSS
VCC WP Main2_3.3V
E0

E1

E2
39 22 FL3803
BN GND J0MAB0000170 20
TP3805 RXTM
1

4
40 21 1 4

C R3822 BP VCC XN

WN
CE
1k C3820 19
41 20 2 3
HPDT 16V GND XP Main2_3.3V
19 42 19
0.01u C3810 18
+5V VCC VCC
18 C3808 43 18 16V FL3804 D0-
L3801 TP3801 TP3802
DDCG 16V VCC VCC 0.1u J0MAB0000170
17 17

TEST
J0JHC0000078 0.1u 44 17 1 4

VCC
SDA GND YN HPD3
16 45 16 2 3 16
SCL CN ZP YP
15 D3815 C3817 D0+
L3804 EZJZ0V120JA 46 REXT 15
N.C. CP GND

OPACTRL
16V

DDCGND
14 J0JHC0000078 15

IPACTRL
C3809 47 14 0.01u 1 4
CEC 16V VCC ZN WP

SDA3
SCL3
13

GND
VCC

VCC
0.1u 48 13 2 3 14

DN
CLK-

DP
12 C3815
CLKG 16V FL3805

10

11
12
11 13

2
3
4

8
9
CLK+ 0.01u J0MAB0000170 HDMI_5V_DET3
10
GH10 D0- 12

R3845
9

4.7k
D1-
D0G
K1FY121E0001 D0+
8 11
DDC5V
7
HDMI IN 3 D1-
6
10
D1+
D1G
D1+
5
4
IC3801 R3811
9

D2- C1AB00002835 4.7k 8


3
D2G
2 HDMI EQUALIZER C3816 C3812
7
D2+ 16V HDMI_CE1
16V

*R3810

*R3809
1

1k

1k
D2 0.01u 0.1u 6
R3834 D2-
D1
49.9 SDA 5

SCL 4
D2+
EZAEG2A50AX

EZAEG2A50AX

EZAEG2A50AX

EZAEG2A50AX

EZAEG2A50AX

EZAEG2A50AX

EZAEG2A50AX

EZAEG2A50AX

3
D3801

D3802

D3803

D3804

D3805

D3806

D3809

D3810

D 2

1
TO
ZA3802 A-BOARD
K4AD01D00005 (A11)
GH11
ZA3801
K4AD01D00005

TH-C50FD18 TH-C50FD18
GH-Board Schematic Diagram GH-Board Schematic Diagram

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

48
11.7. A-Board (1/12) Schematic Diagram

! A-BOARD TNPH0721AHS (1/12) Peaks-Lite2p,DDR

A
IC8001
MN2WS0047
Peaks Lite 2p

FOR ADV7495
LOSD OUT (for HQ1) FOR HQ1L VIDEO B PORT (Sub Video Input or Address) CPU BUS I/F POD,CI I/F
to (10/12)
IC8001 C14 DSRCK LOSDOUT14 to (8/12) to (3/12)
IC8001 E6 VI2P4 EA24
IC8001 E15 SLRCK LOSDOUT12 MVCLK IC8001 A23 MVCLK VI1CKOUT IC8001 A8 VI1CKOUT EA0 IC8001 T1 EA0

IC8001 B14 ADCCK LOSDOUT11 MHSYNC IC8001 C22 MHSYNC VI2P12 IC8001 H3 VI2P12 EA08 EA1 IC8001 T2 EA1 to (11/12) XECS6 IC8001 AD2 XECS6 PORT14[1]: FE_XRST
MVSYNC IC8001 E20 MVSYNC VI1CLK IC8001 C9 VI1CLK VI2P13 IC8001 J4 VI2P13 EA09 EA2 IC8001 T6 EA2 IC8001 AE1 XECS7 PORT14[2]
to (8/12) VI1P0 IC8001 G6 VI1P0 VI1VSYNC VI2P14 IC8001 H2 VI2P14 EA10
to EA3 IC8001 T3 EA3 IC8001 AB5 XEXDMK0 PORT14[3]
VOP29 IC8001 E18 VOP29
ADIN IC8001 A14 ADIN LOSDOUT10
VOP28 IC8001 B18 VOP28
VI1P21 IC8001 F2 VI1P21 VI1HSYNC VI2P15 IC8001 H1 VI2P15 EA11 (3/12) EA4 IC8001 U4 EA4 IC8001 AE2 XEXDMR0 PORT14[4]
VI2P16 IC8001 K5 VI2P16 EA12 EA5 IC8001 U1 EA5
IC8001 B15 LCSID LOSDOUT9 VOP27 IC8001 F17 VOP27
VI1P11 IC8001 E1 VI1P11 VI1P20 R0 VI2P17 IC8001 J3 VI2P17 EA13 EA6 IC8001 U2 EA6
IC8001 A15 LCSCK LOSDOUT8 VOP26 IC8001 A18 VOP26
VI1P10 IC8001 F3 VI1P10 VI1P21 R1 VI2P18 IC8001 K4 VI2P18 EA14 EA7 IC8001 U3 EA7 TP8561
VOP25 IC8001 C17 VOP25
IC8001 E11 VI1CVBS3 LOSDOUT7 VI1P22 IC8001 A9 VI1P22 R2 VI2P19 IC8001 J2 VI2P19 EA15 TP8562 IC8001 AE6 XRTS0 PORT8(3)
VOP24 IC8001 B17 VOP24 ED0 IC8001 U5 ED0
IC8001 E10 VI1CVBS2 LOSDOUT6 VI1P23 IC8001 B9 VI1P23 R3 TP8563 IC8001 AC8 XDTR0 PORT8(4)
VOP23 IC8001 A17 VOP23 VI2P22 IC8001 K2 VI2P22 EA16 ED1 IC8001 V1 ED1
IC8001 F10 VI1CVBS1 LOSDOUT5 VI1P24 IC8001 B8 VI1P24 R4 TP8574 IC8001 AF6 XDSR0 PORT8(5)
VOP22 IC8001 E17 VOP22 VI2P23 IC8001 L5 VI2P23 EA17 ED2 IC8001 V2 ED2
VI1P25 IC8001 C8 VI1P25 R5 TP8554 IC8001 AB9 XDCD0 PORT8(6)
IC8001 E9 VI1CVBS0 LOSDOUT4 VOP21 IC8001 C15 VOP21 VI2P24 IC8001 K1 VI2P24 EA18 ED3 IC8001 V5 ED3

B IC8001

IC8001
F9

E8
VI1CK204F

VI1CK208F
LOSDOUT3

LOSDOUT2
VOP20 IC8001 E16 VOP20
VI1P26
VI1P27
IC8001

IC8001
A7

C6
VI1P26

VI1P27
R6

R7
VI2P25
VI2P26
IC8001

IC8001
L3

L2
VI2P25

VI2P26
EA19

EA20
ED4
ED5
IC8001
IC8001
V3
W1
ED4
ED5
TP8556
TP8555 IC8001
IC8001
AD7
AC9
XCTS0
XRI0
PORT8(7)
PORT10(0)
VOP19 IC8001 B20 VOP19 VI1P28 IC8001 C5 VI1P28 R8 TP8557 IC8001 AE7 TXD0 PORT10(1)
VI2P27 IC8001 M6 VI2P27 EA21 ED6 IC8001 W2 ED6
IC8001 F8 VI2P0 VOP18 IC8001 E19 VOP18 VI1P29 IC8001 A4 VI1P29 R9 IC8001 AF7 RXD0 PORT10(2)
LOSDOUT1
VI2P28 IC8001 L1 VI2P28 EA22 to ED7 IC8001 V6 ED7
IC8001 E7 VI2P1 LOSDOUT0 VOP17 IC8001 A20 VOP17
VI1VSYNC IC8001 D2 VI1VSYNC VI1P10 G0/Y0
TP8000 TP8001
VI2P29 IC8001 M3 VI2P29 EA23
(3/12) ED8 IC8001 W3 ED8 TP8558
VOP16 IC8001 C19 VOP16
IC8001 F7 VI2P2 LOSDOUT_CLK_O VI1HSYNC IC8001 D1 VI1HSYNC VI1P11 G1/Y1 ED9 IC8001 W4 ED9 TP8559 IC8001 AD8 SMTCLK1 PORT10(3)
VOP15 IC8001 F18 VOP15 IC8001 F1 VI2HSYNC PORT6[4]
IC8001 D6 VI2P3 LOSDOUT_H_O VI1P12 IC8001 B4 VI1P12 G2/Y2 ED10 IC8001 Y1 ED10 TP8560 IC8001 AE8 SMTD1 PORT10(4)
VOP14 IC8001 B19 VOP14 IC8001 H5 VI2VSYNC PORT6[5]
VI1P13 IC8001 C4 VI1P13 G3/Y3 ED11 IC8001 Y2 ED11 IC8001 AA10 SMTRST1 PORT10(5)
IC8001 D5 VI2P5 PORT9[0] VOP13 IC8001 A19 VOP13 IC8001 G2 VI2CLK PORT6[7]
VI1P14 IC8001 A3 VI1P14 G4/Y4 ED12 IC8001 W5 ED12 IC8001 AF8 SMTCMD1 PORT10[6]
IC8001 F5 VI2P6 LOSDOUT15 VOP12 IC8001 C18 VOP12
VI1P15 IC8001 B3 VI1P15 ED13 IC8001 Y3 ED13 IC8001 AB10 SMTSEL1 PORT10[7]
IC8001 E4 VI2P7 G5/Y5
LOSDOUT_V_I VOP11 IC8001 F16 VOP11
VI1P16 IC8001 A2 VI1P16 G6/Y6 ED14 IC8001 AA1 ED14 IC8001 AA11 SMTD0
IC8001 D3 VI2P8 LOSDOUT_CLK_I VOP10 IC8001 A16 VOP10
VI1P17 IC8001 B1 VI1P17 G7/Y7 ED15 IC8001 AA2 ED15 IC8001 AE9 SMTRST0
IC8001 F4 VI2P9 LOSDOUT_H_I
VOP9 IC8001 B22 VOP9 VI1P18 IC8001 C2 VI1P18 G8/Y8 IC8001 AF9 SMTCMD0
XERE IC8001 Y4 XERE
VOP8 IC8001 D20 VOP8 VI1P19 IC8001 C1 VI1P19 G9/Y9 IC8001 AB11 SMTSEL0
LVDS I/F VOP7 IC8001 A22 VOP7 Analog Video I/F XEWE0 IC8001 AA3 XEWE0
IC8001 AD9 SMTCLK0 PORT16[0]
VI1ENB IC8001 E3 VI1ENB VI1P0 B0/CbCr0 IC8001 AB3 XEWE1
VOP6 IC8001 C21 VOP6
VI1CLK2 IC8001 E2 VI1CLK2 VI1P1 B1/CbCr1 IC8001 Y5 XEDK IC8001 AD10 CH1CLK PORT5[5]
VOP5 IC8001 F19 VOP5
IC8001 E25 TCLK1N VI1P2 IC8001 B10 VI1P2 B2/CbCr2 IC8001 AB2 ERXW IC8001 AA12 CH1VAL PORT16(6)
VOP4 IC8001 B21 VOP4 R8764
IC8001 B25 TA1N VI1P3 IC8001 C10 VI1P3 VJUMP1005-S IC8001 AB1 ECLK IC8001 AE10 CH1PSYNC PORT5[6]
VOP3 IC8001 A21 VOP3
B3/CbCr3
IC8001 E13 VSS - - - to
SUB3.3V
IC8001 C25 TB1N
VOP2 IC8001 C20 VOP2
VI1P4 IC8001 B7 VI1P4 B4/CbCr4
MVDACO1 IC8001 B12 MVDACO1 C U B (3/12) ESZ0 IC8001 AA4 ESZ0 IC8001 AF10 CH1DATA PORT5[7]

S
IC8001 D25 TC1N VI1P5 IC8001 C7 VI1P5 B5/CbCr5 ESZ1 IC8001 AC1 ESZ1
VOP1 IC8001 C16 VOP1 MVDACO2 IC8001 F13 MVDACO2 Y Y G
IC8001 F25 TD1N VI1P6 IC8001 A6 VI1P6 B6/CbCr6 XECS0 IC8001 AA5 XECS0

J0JHC0000045
VOP0 IC8001 B16 VOP0 MVDACO3 IC8001 D12 MVDACO3 Cmp V R
IC8001 G25 TE1N VI1P7 IC8001 B6 VI1P7 B7/CbCr7 IC8001 AC2 XECS1

L8007
VI1P8 IC8001 A5 VI1P8 B8/CbCr8 to (3/12) XECS4 IC8001 AC3 XECS4 XEAS XEAS
IC8001 E26 TCLK1P
to (7/12) VI1P9 IC8001 B5 VI1P9 B9/CbCr9
S
XECS2 IC8001 AB4 XECS2 PORT16[1] PORT16[1] PORT16[1] COMMON PORT .etc
IC8001 B26 TA1P

C IC8001

IC8001
C26

D26
TB1P

TC1P
AG_DTV_VOUTENB IC8001 H26 VOUTENB

VI1P1 IC8001 G5 VI1P1 VI1ENB


R8003
VJUMP1608-S
R8004
24k

to (3/12) XIRQ1
IC8001
IC8001
N2
N4
XNMIRQ SCARD_NMIRQ
XIRQ1 SCARD_IRQ
->
->
->
->
IC8001 E12 VVREF
IC8001 F26 TD1P
IIC I/F R8005 C8003
6.3V IC8001 B11 MVIREF
to (11/12) XIRQ2 IC8001 N1 XIRQ2 FE_IRQ -> ->
10k
IC8001 G26 TE1P 1u R8006 to (10/12) XIRQ3 IC8001 P1 XIRQ3 HDMI_IRQ -> ->
6.8k
to (3/12) C8005
IC8001 AF23 BOOTSWAP
6.3V 1u
IC8001 H24 AUDCLK
SCL0 IC8001 M2 SCL0 IC8001 A11 SVCOMP IC8001 M5 RMCO PORT16(5),

SDA0 IC8001 M1 SDA0 IC8001 D11 MVCOMP


to (4/12) XRST IC8001 D21 XRST FBI_ON / GC6 IRQ2
NAND I/F C8004
R8106
SCL1 IC8001 N5 SCL1
6.3V 1u to (7/12)
2k
IC8001 G22 LPFOUT
SDA1 IC8001 N3 SDA1 to (3/12) AG_SD_BOOT_STS IC8001 J5 VI2P11 PORT16[1], SDBOOT
SBT0 IC8001 AB8 SBT0 SDA2 R8898
IC8001 G23 LPFIN IC8001 AC5 XNFCE
SBT2 IC8001 AD6 SBT2 SCL2 10k
C8067 IC8001 AD3 XNFWE
R8107
16V 100 XECS3 IC8001 AD1 XECS3 SDA3
0.01u IC8001 AD4 XNFRE
XECS5 IC8001 AC4 XECS5 SCL3
C8068 IC8001 AE3 NFALE IC8001 L6 VI2P21 PORT16[7], OSD_FLAG
16V R4330
IC8001 AB6 NFCLE
0.1u 47k
XNFWP IC8001 AF2 XNFWP

NANDRYBY IC8001 AC6 NANDRYBY


CH,IS IF

AUDIO IF SD CARD I/F


CH0CLK IC8001 AF12 CH0CLK

to (5/12) to (3/12) to CH0VAL IC8001 AE11 CH0VAL


SUB3.3V
JTAG (11/12) CH0PSYNC IC8001 AD11 CH0PSYNC
IC8001 D15 DAUDIO RMCO RMCO DAUDIO SDCLK IC8001 AF13 SDCLK
DMIX0 IC8001 A13 DMIX0 SDCD IC8001 AD13 SDCD to (3/12)
SERIAL I/F CH0DATA IC8001 AF11 CH0DATA

R8112
2.2k
SRCK0 IC8001 B13 SRCK0 SDCMD IC8001 AD12 SDCMD IC8001 AF3 IS0CLK PORT7[3]

D LRCK0 IC8001
IC8001
F14
C13
LRCK0
DACCK0
SDDAT0
SDDAT1
IC8001

IC8001
AB12

AE13
SDDAT0

SDDAT1
TMS

TRST
IC8001

IC8001
R1

R2
TMS

TRST
to (12/12)
SBI0 IC8001 C24 SBI0
IC8001

IC8001
AB7

AE4
IS0VAL

IS0PSYNC
PORT7[4]

PORT7[5]
IC8001 G1 VI2P10 PORT16[2], DDR_CLK_SEL

TCK IC8001 R6 TCK


IECOUT0 IC8001 A10 IECOUT0 SDDAT2 IC8001 AB13 SDDAT2 SBO0 IC8001 D23 SBO0 IC8001 AF4 IS0DATA PORT7[6]
IC8001 R3 TDO
SDDAT3 IC8001 AA13 SDDAT3
R8001
220 SDWP IC8001 AE12 SDWP
TDI IC8001 T5 TDI
to (7/12) IC8001 AE5 IS1VAL PORT7(7), SBI1
IC8001 R5 ATCPOUT IC8001 A1 VSS IC8001 N15 VSS IC8001 AC7 IS1PSYNC PORT8(0), SBO1
IC8001 P5 AVCOIN
SBI2 IC8001 A24 SBI2
IC8001 B2 VSS IC8001 N16 VSS IC8001 AD5 IS1CLK PORT16(3)
to (3/12) VI2CLK2 IC8001 J1 VI2CLK2 PORT9(4): EEPROM_WP
SBO2 IC8001 B23 SBO2 IC8001 H6 VI1P20 PORT15[4]: ETHER_IRQ
IC8001 C3 VSS IC8001 N22 VSS IC8001 AF5 IS1DATA PORT16(4), Pro_power_det
R8002
56 IC8001 D4 VSS IC8001 P11 VSS
to (12/12) VI2P20 IC8001 K3 VI2P20 PORT15[7], DISPEN

C8001
C8002
16V
0.1u 6.3V
IC8001 D9 VSS IC8001 P12 VSS to (3/12)
1u IC8001 D10 VSS IC8001 P13 VSS
VI2ENB IC8001 G3 VI2ENB PORT15(6), POWER_DET
IC8001 D13 USBDP IC8001 P14 VSS

IC8001 D14 USBDM IC8001 P15 VSS


IC8001 D18 VSS IC8001 P17 VSS
IC8001 D19 VSS IC8001 R14 VSS
IC8001 P4 GTCPOUT
IC8001 E5 VSS IC8001 R15 VSS
IC8001 AE24 DTCPOUT
SUB1.2V IC8001 E24 VSS IC8001 P23 VSS
IC8001 H22 TCPOUT
IC8001 F6 VSS IC8001 R24 VSS
SUB3.3V IC8001 D24 TSTAIO
IC8001 F24 VSS IC8001 R26 VSS

L8004 IC8001 G7 VSS IC8001 T14 VSS CLOCK GEN


J0JHC0000045 SUB3.3V IC8001 G24 VSS IC8001 T16 VSS
SUB1.8V SUB1.2V
L8009
IC8001 H23 VSS IC8001 T22 VSS
J0JHC0000045
IC8001 J25 VSS IC8001 U17 VSS
C8007
C8006 16V IC8001 N17 VDDR IC8001 K10 VSS IC8001 V4 VSS
16V 0.1u L8001
0.1u L8003 L8002 J0JHC0000045
IC8001 P16 DPAVDD IC8001 R17 VDDR IC8001 K11 VSS IC8001 V25 VSS
C8072 IC8001 M17 VDDA J0JHC0000045 J0JHC0000045 SUB3.3V

E 16V
0.1u
IC8001 R16 N.C.(DPAVSS)
IC8001
IC8001
U15
T17
VDDA
VDDA C8008
IC8001

IC8001
T15

U16
VDDR

VDDR
1.8V_DDRI/F

C8025
IC8001

IC8001
K12

K13
VSS

VSS
IC8001
IC8001
W6
W21
VSS
VSS
IC8004
IC8001 H21 MVAVDD
C8009
16V IC8001 AB15 VDDR C8011 C8018 16V IC8001 AA8 VDD33 IC8001 K14 VSS IC8001 W24 VSS C0ZBZ0001030
C8073 0.1u 16V IC8001 K23 VDDIO 16V IC8001 N10 VDD12 0.1u L8005
IC8001 J21 MVAVSS 10V IC8001 AC15 VDDR 0.1u IC8001 AA9 VDD33 IC8001 K15 VSS IC8001 Y6 VSS
16V 0.1u
0.1u
10u IC8001 K26 VDDIO IC8001 P10 VDD12 CLOCK GEN J0JHC0000045
IC8001 AD15 VDDR IC8001 A25 VDD33 IC8001 K16 VSS IC8001 Y23 VSS
IC8001 M21 VDDIO IC8001 R10 VDD12
IC8001 AE15 VDDR C8012 C8019 C8026 IC8001 A26 VDD33 IC8001 L4 VSS IC8001 AA6 VSS
IC8001 P3 AGAVDD 16V IC8001 M23 VDDIO 16V IC8001 R11 VDD12 16V
C8010 0.1u 0.1u
C8074 10V IC8001 AF15 VDDR IC8001 B24 VDD33 IC8001 L10 VSS IC8001 AA7 VSS X8001
0.1u

R8094
16V IC8001 P2 AGAVSS IC8001 N24 VDDIO IC8001 R12 VDD12 H0J270500061

10k
10u
0.1u IC8001 C23 VDD33 IC8001 L11 VSS IC8001 AA15 VSS
IC8001 F22 LVVSS IC8001 P25 VDDIO IC8001 R13 VDD12
IC8001 U14 N.C.(DPAVDD12) C8013 C8020 C8027 IC8001 D7 VDD33 IC8001 L12 VSS IC8001 AA18 VSS R8087
IC8001 F23 LVVSS 16V IC8001 R21 VDDIO 16V IC8001 T10 VDD12 16V 10k
0.1u 0.1u 0.1u IC8001 D8 VDD33 IC8001 L13 VSS IC8001 AA22 VSS
IC8001 G21 LVVSS IC8001 T25 VDDIO IC8001 T11 VDD12
IC8001 D16 VDD33 IC8001 L14 VSS IC8001 AA25 VSS 1 X1 16
IC8001 U24 VDDIO IC8001 T12 VDD12
C8028 X2
C8014 C8021 IC8001 D17 VDD33 IC8001 L15 VSS IC8001 AB17 VSS
16V IC8001 V22 VDDIO 16V IC8001 T13 VDD12 16V

R8090
2 S0 15 C8057
0.1u 0.1u 0.1u IC8001 D22 VDD33 IC8001 L16 VSS IC8001 AB21 VSS

10k
VDD 16V
IC8001 W26 VDDIO IC8001 U10 VDD12 0.1u
SUB3.3V IC8001 E21 VDD33 IC8001 L17 VSS IC8001 AB23 VSS 3 S1 14
IC8001 Y22 VDDIOCK IC8001 U11 VDD12
S2
C8015 C8022 C8029 IC8001 F11 VDD33 IC8001 L22 VSS IC8001 AC12 VSS R8086
SUB3.3V 16V C8056
6.3V IC8001 Y24 VDDIO 6.3V IC8001 U12 VDD12 100k 4 13 16V
1u 1u 0.1u IC8001 F12 VDD33 IC8001 L24 VSS IC8001 AC13 VSS VC27 J22 IC8001 VIN
VDD 0.1u
L8008 IC8001 AA21 VDDIO IC8001 U13 VDD12
IC8001 F15 USBVDD IC8001 M4 VSS IC8001 AC16 VSS CLK74 H25 IC8001 C8052 5 VDD 12
J0JHC0000045 IC8001 AB19 VDDIO IC8001 AA14 VDD12 C8030 C8058
6.3V GND 10V
C8016 C8023 6.3V IC8001 F20 VDD33 IC8001 M10 VSS IC8001 AC20 VSS CK27 K21 IC8001 1u
L8006 6.3V IC8001 AB22 VDDIO IC8001 AB14 VDD12 C8053 10u
10V 1u 6 GND 11
0 1u 10u IC8001 G4 VDD33 IC8001 M11 VSS IC8001 AC22 VSS CK27D AD24 IC8001 16V
24.576/33M
IC8001 AB25 VDDIO IC8001 AC14 VDD12 0.01u
IC8001 E22 LVVDD IC8001 H4 VDD33 IC8001 M12 VSS IC8001 AC25 VSS 7 10
C8031 74M
IC8001 C11 DACVSS1 IC8001 AC18 VDDIO IC8001 AD14 VDD12 4.9152M
IC8001 E23 LVVDD C8017 C8024 6.3V IC8001 J6 VDD33 IC8001 M13 VSS IC8001 AD19 VSS R8091
IC8001 A12 DACVSS2 10V IC8001 AC23 VDDIO 10V IC8001 AE14 VDD12 1u 47 8 COMM 9
IC8001 F21 LVVDD 10u 10u IC8001 K6 VDD33 IC8001 M14 VSS IC8001 AD23 VSS 27M
IC8001 C12 DACVDD1 IC8001 AD17 VDDIO IC8001 AF14 VDD12 R8093
C8070 C8071 C8033 IC8001 N6 VDD33 IC8001 M15 VSS IC8001 AD26 VSS
C8077 47
16V 16V 0.1u IC8001 E14 DACVDD2 16V IC8001 AD22 VDDIO C8032
0.1u 0.1u 0.1u SUB1.2V 10V IC8001 P6 VDD33 IC8001 M16 VSS IC8001 AE18 VSS
16V
C8034 IC8001 AD25 VDDIO 10u
0.1u C8078 IC8001 R4 VDD33 IC8001 M25 VSS IC8001 AE22 VSS
16V 16V IC8001 AE16 VDDIO

F 0.1u
C8079
16V
0.1u
IC8001
IC8001
AE21
AF20
VDDIO
VDDIO
L8010
J0JHC0000045
IC8001

IC8001
T4

U6
VDD33

VDD33
IC8001
IC8001
N11
N12
VSS
VSS
IC8001
IC8001
AE25
AF1
VSS
VSS
IC8001 K17 LVVDD12 IC8001 AC10 VDD33 IC8001 N13 VSS IC8001 AF21 VSS
C8080 IC8001 AF26 VDDIO
16V IC8001 AC11 VDD33 IC8001 N14 VSS IC8001 AF24 VSS
0.1u C8076 C8075
16V 4V
0.1u 22u

TH-C50FD18 TH-C50FD18
A-Board (1/12) Schematic Diagram A-Board (1/12) Schematic Diagram

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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11.8. A-Board (2/12) Schematic Diagram

! A-BOARD TNPH0721AHS (2/12) Peaks-Lite2p,DDR

IC8001
MN2WS0047
Peaks Lite 2p

R8084
VJUMP1005-S
S
MCLK AE23 IC8001
IC8002
TSTSEL AC21 IC8001 C3ABSY000014
DDR2#0 512M

1.8V_DDRI/F

VJUMP1005-S CH0DM0 CH0DM0 C8046


R8023
S
MMDM0 L25 IC8001 IC8