LG ELECTRONICS AJ-LA50Complete with Bulb and Housing. A factory original lamp that works with the following models: LG RD-JT20 AND RD-JT21.AJ-LA50
Part Number: AJ-LA50
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5.2 Product Appearance
5.3 Local keyboad & function Description
Push button, no repeat When the projector is in power-off status, press this key for more than 1 second to power on the projector. Under normal operation condition, press this key for more than 1 second enter power off layer, then press this key again to turn down the power (besides CPUs) and standby the projector.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type: Description: Push button, no repeat There are two conditions to press this button, 1). The OSD menu is not popped up. To press this button will pop up the OSD menu and start the OSD user control function. 2). The OSD menu has already been popped up. To press this button will enter into the functional item level under the page icon group, as user push the button again, that will activate the selected item.
Push button, no repeat There are three conditions to press this button: 1). The OSD menu is not popped up. To press this key is not functional. 2). The OSD menu is in the page icon group, press this key then the OSD menu will be closed. 3). The OSD menu is in the functional item level, press this key then the OSD menu will be back to the page icon group & save the functions value to EEPROM.
Push button, repeat There are two conditions to press this button: 1). The OSD menu is not popped up. This is the hot key of Keystone function. 2). The OSD menu has already been popped up: If the page icon group is activated, press the Key will select rightly to another page icon. If the activating page icon is the most right icon, push the button will select to the most left control icon. If the gauge type item is activated, push the key will increase the value of the gauge, if the value reach to its maximum, To press this button continuously will not have any response. If the set value/ key will execute type item, the key type is no repeat, push the toggle the right sub-item function.
**15 pin definition of the mini D-sub male for DDC1/2B protocol 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Red video (HDTV-Pr) Green Video (HDTV-Y) Blue Video (HDTV-Pb) Monitor ID bit 2 Return Red Video Return Green Video Return Blue Video Return +5 Volt Supply (Mandatory Supply) Sync. Return Monitor ID bit 0 Bi-directional data (SDA) Horizontal Sync Vertical Sync Data clock (SCL)
5.6 External Power status indicator 5.6.1 Standby/On LED indicator Power LED indicator: (Blue/Orange)
1. 2. 3. 4. 1.
Operation Status Standby Heating process after powered on Power on and stable status Powered off and during cooling process
Power Indicator Solid green Blinking green Solid green Blinking green
Power off : Press Power button for 1 second to turn off the lamp. The LED will then blink green and the lamp shuts down, but the fan will still work for 1 minute to cool down the lamp. Meanwhile, its prohibited to turn on the unit during the 1-minute cooling procedure. After that 1-minute cooling down procedure, the LED will light solid green and the fan stops. (Note: Lamp Protection Procedure: If user tries to turn on the lamp again during the cool down procedure, the projector will ignore the command until cool down procedure is finished). 2. When user presses Power button, following message will be displayed to make sure user really want to power off the unit: Are you sure to power off? Press power again to power off.
5.6.2 Lamp/temperature status LED indicator 1. Lamp Exceed service hours: When this LED lights Orange continuously, the lamp usage has exceeded (*1500) service hours. After this symptom appears, it is advisable to replace the projection lamp as soon as possible. CHANGE THE LAMP AND RESET THE LAMP TIMER. message will be displayed on the screen if the lamp has operated for (*1400) hours. See figure 1 YOU HAVE TO CHANGE THE LAMP message will be displayed on the screen if the lamp has operated for (*1479) hours. CHANGE THE LAMP message will blink on the screen together with the sold Orange LED if the lamp has operated for more than (*1500) hours. See figure 3. The warning message will be displayed when the projector is turned on (last for 30 seconds), 5 minute after turning on (last for 30 seconds) and 10 minutes after turning on (last for 30 seconds). After 10 minutes after turning on, the projector will shut down and following message will be shown: Out of lamp usage time
Power off to protect projector The message will last for 5 seconds before going off. Lamp replacing warning message Figure 1
Lamp is not well attached:
If the LED blinks, it indicated that the lamp is not attached properly.
2. Temperature is too high: If the projectors internal temperature is too hot to operate safely, the LED will blink for one minute and then the lamp will go off automatically. 3. Normal status: If the LED light is off, it means the lamp and temperature inside the projector is under normal situation. 5.7 Power Supply requirement 5.7.1 Input Power Requirement Input Voltage Range Frequency Range
The unit shall meet all the operating requirements with the range 100-240 VAC The unit shall meet all the operating requirements with an input frequency range 50 Hz ~ 60 Hz
Power Consumption Inrush Current
Typical power consumption 170 W Power supply inrush current shall be less than the ratings of its critical components (including power switchfuserectifierand surge limiting device) for all conditions of line voltage.
80 % (typical) measuring at 115Vac and full load 17
5.7.2 Output Power Requirement
The power supply can provide DC output as below NO. Voltage 5 +5 V +5 V +12 V +12 V +3.3 V Regulation +-5% +-5% +-5% +-5% +-5% Load Current Range 0.5 A ~ 1.0 A 0.05 A ~ 0.15 A 0.2 A ~ 0.6 A 0.3 A ~ 0.5 A 0.5 A ~ 1.5 A Ripple & Noise 100 mV 50 mV 150 mV 200 mV 50 mV
5.7.3 Lamp Power specifications Applicable Lamp Lamp Voltage
120W Short-Arc VIP R 120/P16 Lamp, AC operation 78 (+22/-13)V (Initial dispersion condition of Lamp)
Starting pulse from Igniter Pulse voltage 5.7.4 Power Standby mode
Set power standby mode total power consumption < 15 W
5.7.5 Power good signal
Active high after 5 Volt reach 95% of its rating and goes to logic low at least 0.5ms before power falls to 90% of its rating. PWR. This Power Good Signal is not provide by the Osram
5.8 Characteristics of input/outputs
Signal LINE, NEUTRAL RDATA GDATA BDATA Parameter Main voltage Input power Standby power Impedance Amplitude Black pedestal Bandwidth Transfer char. (gamma) Cross-talk RDATA, GDATA, BDATA Impedance Amplitude Video amplitude Sync amplitude Black pedestal Bandwidth Transfer char. (gamma) Cross-talk RDATA, GDATA, BDATA Impedance Amplitude, low level Amplitude, high level Frequency Impedance Amplitude, low level Amplitude, high level Frequency Impedance Amplitude, low level Amplitude, high level Wave forms, timing Impedance Amplitude, low level Amplitude, high level Wave forms, timing Impedance Amplitude Wave forms, timing Impedance Amplitude Wave forms, timing Min 88 Typical 0.140 TBD 0.7 0.140 TBD 1 Max Volt rms Watt Watt Ohm Volts peak-to-peak Volts M Hz -45 DB Ohm Volts peak-to-peak Volts peak-to-peak Volts peak-to-peak Volts M Hz -45 0.100 0.120 0.0.25 DB K ohm Volt Volt K Hz K ohm Volt Volt Hz Volt Volt According to I2C spec. Volt Volt According to I2C spec. Volt According to RS232 spec. Volt According to RS232 spec.
0 2.0 2.0 2.2.5 -25
The PC signal timing is as following: Standard Standard Type Resolution H*V Polarity H/V H Frequency (KHz) V Frequency (Hz) Pixel Clock (MHz) 640x400 at 70Hz DOS 640x400 -/+ 31.47 70.08 28.32 800x600 at 85Hz VESA 800x600 +/+ 53.67 85.06 56.25 640x480 at 60Hz Industry 640x480 -/31.469 59.94 25.175 640x480 at 72Hz VESA 640x480 -/37.861 72.809 31.5 640x480 at 85Hz VESA 640x480 -/43.269 85.800x600 at 60Hz VESA 800x600 +/+ 37.879 60.800x600 at 72Hz VESA 800x600 +/+ 48.077 72.800x600 at 75Hz VESA 800x600 +/+ 46.49.5
Standard Standard Type Resolution H*V Polarity H/V H Frequency (KHz) V Frequency (Hz) Pixel Clock (MHz)
1024x768 832x624 1024x768 1024x768 1024x768 1024x768 at 43.5Hz at 74Hz at 60 Hz at 70Hz at 75Hz at 85Hz (Interlace) Macintosh VESA VESA VESA VESA VESA 832x624 1024x768 1024x768 1024x768 1024x768 1024x768 -/49.72 74.55 57.29 +/+ 35.5 43.5 44.9 -/48.4 60.-/56.476 70.+/+ 60.023 75.029 78.75 +/+ 68.677 84.997 94.5
6. Circuit Operation Theory
Black Diagram A. Main Board
Below is the simple block diagram of Main Board.
D_SUB S-Video RCA
Analg Flat Panel Interface AD9883
Image Processor PW166
I2C Video Decoder SAA7114 YUV 422 Control Signals Clock GEN Clock signal Control Signals
RGB 888 Signals
DMD Driver Board
As the diagram shown above, here is the function of every discrete block. D_SUB input Analog RGB data input, the standard maximum analog input resolution is SXGA. There also some interface signals from the VGA cable, they are: ADHSYNC Providing the Horizontal Synchronization signal to AD9883. ADVSYNC Providing the Vertical Synchronization signal to AD9883 DDC interface Providing Digital Display Channel, which include VCC (Pin9), SCL (Pin15), SDA (Pin12). Analog Flat Panel Interface (ADC Converter), AD9883 The ADC converter digitizes the input analog RGB data signal from D_SUB and output the digital data streams to Image Processor.
The normal voltage level of analog RGB input signals is about 0.7V, while the ADC digital signal output to Image Processor is LVTTL level, about 3.3V. The ADC, AD9883 could supports up to pixel rate at about 140MHZ, which is about SXGA 75HZ analog input signal. There are some other interface signals related to AD9883 SOGIN Sync On Green input from Image Processor, the signal enable the RD-JT20/RD-JT21 support the very special VGA input signal. GCOAST Input signal from Image Processor, the signal enable the RD-JT20/RD-JT21 support the Macintosh analog input format. GCLK Output to Image Processor as Pixel Clock, providing the reference clock for Image Processor. GHS Providing the Horizontal Synchronization signal to Image Processor. GVS Providing the Vertical Synchronization signal to Image Processor.
GRE,GGE,GBE Digital data stream to Image Processor which is higher than SXGA 75Hz.
Image Processor (PW166) The most important IC is the image Processor, here below list its main function - Supporting input digital data stream up to UVGA and output digital data up to SXGA - Two input port, which are Graphic port (VGA format) and Video port (video decoder format). - Frame rate conversion, the output frame rate is independent from the input frame rate and the most important feature of the Image Processor is memory inside, there is no need of external memory for frame rate conversion. - Up and Down scaling of different input resolution, ensure the same output image size. - Providing Bitmap OSD picture, which if more fancy than normal OSD chip. - On chip Microprocessor. The Image Processor is a highly integrated circuit, it include MCU, Scalar, OSD. This will increase the stability of the system. There is some control signals list below: DCLK pixel clock output to DMD driver BD, provided as a reference clock for DMD driver. DVS Vertical synchronization signal output to DMD BD, provided as Vertical reference signal for DMD driver. DHS Horizontal synchronization signal output to DMD BD, provided as Horizontal reference signal for DMD driver. DEN Data enable signal output to DMD BD, provided as a valid data indicator signal for DMD driver. VCLK V-port pixel clock. VPEN V-port data enable.
VVS V-port Vertical Synchronization.
VHS V-port Horizontal Synchronization. VFILED V-port Even/Odd frame indicator.
RESETZ Output to DMD driver BD as RESETZ signal for DMD normal operation. ABNORMAL Input to CPU for indicating abnormal condition, if the CPU detects an abnormal status, it will disable lamp ignition. POWERON Output to power to enable the other power source into normal working situation. LAMPLIT Input signal as an indicator that the Lamp is ON or OFF. LED1, LED2 Output to TR BD to enable the LED ON or OFF. IRRCVR0 System IR input to CPU as remote control signals. MCKEXT Memory clock to CPU. DCKEXT Data clock to for Scaling.
I2C_SDA, I2C_SCL I2C format data transfer line.
EEPROM Store the system information for user friendly. Flash Memory System software was stored in this chip; the memory size is 4M bits. IR Receiver schematic: The IS1U621 is miniaturized receivers for infrared remote control systems. PIN diode and pre-amplifier are assembled on lead frame, the epoxy package is designed as IR filter. The demodulated output signal can directly be decoded by a microprocessor. The main benefit is the reliable function even in disturbed ambient and the protection against uncontrolled output pulses. Electronic System Protection for abnormal state: The circuit of electronic system protection for abnormal state is used for the hardware light off and power off in abnormal state of thermal and safety issues. If the protection function is active then the software system will detect the abnormal signal. Sensor BD: The Sensor BD provides the color wheel index signal to DMD BD. The CWINDEX shall indicate the beginning of the red light on the DMD device. The phase of the display data on the DMD based on the CWINDEX signal. It can be configured to delay the CWINDEX for electronic alignment of the color wheel. The timing of CWINDEX and the delayed CWINDEX is shown in Figure 1.
CWINDEX DELAYED CWINDEX
Red FIGURE 1
B. Power Supply Module
Power Supply Module provide 12V, 5V, 3,3V for all system. And power supply module also include PFC board and DC/DC portion.
Pixelworks scaler(PW166) with x86 CPU and OSD and SDRAM is used for system control. It control hole system operation and with crucial role of this system. (Include fan speed, inter-lock SW,.)
C. A/D-DECODER (AD9883)
A/D-decoder (AD9883) is used for decode VGA analog signal to digital signal (RGB 888) which provide 24 bit true color resolution. Also can accept SOG(sync on green) and composit signal for PC input. It also support YPbPr signal.
From Power Supply
EEPROM (16K bit)
Scaler (memory +cpu+osd)
To DMD Driver Board To DMD Driver Board To DMD Driver Board
D-Sub Input AD Converter
Control Signal S-Video& RCA input Video Decoder
D. DMD Driver
DMD driver board that transfer PW166 scalar output RGB888 signal to DMD chip acceptable signal to driving DMD mirror operation. The relate diagram as below:
E. Hole system block diagram is show as below
Lamp Module Optical Device PFC EMI Filter
Power Board and Ballast
Color Wheel Signal DMD Board DMD FPC Color Wheel Sensor Power & Control Data Power 5V, 3.3V, 12V Control Signal
Color Wheel Sensor Board
3.3V, 5V, 12V
PW166 Scaler Keypad IR Front Board A/D Converter Video Decoder
IR Rear Board
Video Input S-video Input
7. LED Indication List
LED Indication Status LED Symptom Solid Green Failure Lamp Hour Over 1400 Hr. 1. Fan Spin DMD Board Main Board DMD Board Check Point PCB Reference See details in User's Manual Plug Power core to see fan spin or not 1. Change New Lamp 2. Reset the Lamp Hour 1. Change the Fan Action
2. Door Lock
Force to contact 1. Change the the doorlock to see Doorlock switch it works ok or not To turn on the projector to hear the color wheel is running or not Waiting the system already cool down, and the above 3 items is OK, but the Lamp is not striked on After few minutes operation, the system is automatically power down. 1. Follow the Power can not be truned on Trouble shoutng guide 1. Change the Lamp 2. If still not works, change the ballast
3. Color wheel
1. Thermal Problem
Power LED Power LED Power LED Power LED
Solid Orign Flash Green Solid Green Flash Orgin
Standby Power Power on Sequence Normal Operation Power off Sequence
8. Trouble Shooting
8.1 No Power
Power can not be truned on
1. Status green blink (Loop1) 2. Status orange blink (Look 2) 3. No LED (Loop 3)
Change Main Board
Check lamp door if its well closed Yes Check Main Bd J7 pin 1 to GND or not? Yes
Close the lamp door securely
Change Assy PWR module
Exchange the micro switch & thermal sendor couple
Check 12V fan if it's spin
Change the 12V fan
Reconnect the color wheel cable
Check the color wheel cable if the cable loose
Is color wheel spin
Yes Check main board at J1 on pin 26, 27 if voltage high or not? Yes Change color wheel
Change main board
Check ballast if there is sound like ignite the lamp Yes
Check Assy PWR module at J104 on 1.Pin(3, 12)if output 5V 2. Pin(6, 7) if output 12V 3. Pin (2, 13) if output 3.3V
Change the lamp
Yes Change the ballast
8.2 No Signal Displayed
No PC signal
Yes Check main board at RP5~6 (Net DRE), RP3~4 (Net DGE), RP1~2 (Net DBE) if output or not
Change DMD board
Yes change main board
8.3 No Sound Output
No Sond Output
Check speaker device is it work normal
Check Main BD J6 if there is output or not?
8.4 LED Normal but No Image Displayed
LED on standard, but no picture displayed
Is the picture full black No Check DMD board J3 on pin 10 if output 120HZ or not? Yes Change DMD Board
Check main BD at RP5~RP6 (Net DRE), RP3~RP4 (Net DGE), RP1~RP2(Net DBE) if output or not
Change color wheel sensor baord
change main board
9. Replacement Parts
10.1 Lamp Information Use and Replacement of Lamp The projector lamp lifetime normally is approximately 1200 to 1500 hours. the normal lamp life, pictures and colors are projected brightly and crisply. normal lamp life, colors and pictures may look faint.
During Past the
An old lamp could cause a malfunction to the projector and may explode. When the Lamp Indicator lights up red or a message displays to suggest the time of lamp replacement, please change a new lamp or consult your dealer. LED Status Indicators Lamp Life Indicators
Change the Lamp, and Reset the Lamp Timer Change the Lamp. The Power will turn off after 20 hours Change the Lamp!
When this LED shows red continuously, it is warning you that the lamp life has exceeded 1500 hours. Replace the projection lamp with a new one immediately. The lamp has been in operation for 1200 hours. Change a new lamp for optimal performance. The lamp has been in operation for 1479 hours, and the power will turn off after 20 hours. The lamp has been in operation for over 1500 hours, and the power will turn off automatically in 10 minutes. All of these messages will not display for more than 3 minutes, but each message will be displayed whenever you turn on the projector. LED blinks rapidly. When the projectors internal temperature is too hot to operate safely, the LED blinks slowly for one minute and the lamp turns off automatically. If the LED light is off, the projectors lamp and temperature are operating under normal conditions.
Lamp is not properly attached Temperature is too high
Caution The LAMP indicator will light if the lamp becomes too hot. Turn off the power and let the projector cool for 45 minutes. If the LAMP indicator is still red when turning the power on, please contact your dealer.
10.2 Lamp Replacement Caution To reduce the risk of electrical shock, always turn off the projector and disconnect the power cord before changing the lamp.
1. Press the POWER button to switch off the projector and disconnect the power cord from the outlet. 2. Loosen the screw and remove the lamp cover. If the lamp is hot, avoid burns by
waiting 45 minutes until the lamp has cooled. 3. Loosen the 3 screws indicated by the arrows above. (It is strongly recommended you use a magnetic-headed screwdriver, if possible. Pull the handle to remove the lamp housing. If the screws are not loosened completely, they could injure your finger. Do not insert your hand into the box after the lamp is removed. you touch the optical parts inside, this could cause color unevenness, etc.) If
4. Replace the lamp with the new one. Insert it in the projector, and tighten the screws firmly. Loose screws may cause a bad connection, which may result in a malfunction. 5. Re-install the lamp cover and tighten the screw. Do not turn on the power with the
lamp cover removed. Whenever the lamp is replaced, reset the total lamp operation time. Do not reset if the lamp is not replaced as this could cause breakage.
Caution To reduce the risk of severe burns, allow the projector to cool for at least 45 minutes before replacing the lamp. To reduce the risk of injuries to fingers and damage to internal components, use caution when removing lamp glass that has shattered into sharp pieces. To reduce the risk of injuries to fingers and/or decreasing image quality by touching the lens, do not touch the empty lamp compartment when the lamp is removed. This lamp contains mercury. Consult your local hazardous waste regulations to dispose of this lamp in a proper manner. 10.3 Resetting Lamp Hours If you replace the lamp after 1500 hours of operation, please proceed as follows within 10 minutes of powering on. OSD FUNCTION Lamp hours info Layer Press the Exit button on the projector for 3 seconds to display the total used lamp time. Lamp hour Reset Layer Press the MENU button on the projector during the lamp hour message. An adjustment message will appear. Lamp hour Reset OK! Layer Press or to reset lamp usage timer to 0. if success, OSD change to Lamp hour Reset OK! layer.
60.J1334.001 60.J1340.081 55.J1305.011 60.J1342.031 23.10059.001 23.10060.001 55.J1307.011 65.J1304.001 60.J2406.111 55.J1307.001 60.J2407.111 40.J2401.001 60.J2402.041 60.J1313.021 98.J2402.011 60.J2403.051 98.J1302.041
Appendix Appendix A
Lamp Hour Info layer (Fig-1).
A. How to enter factory menu:
Press keypad <Exit> key for 3 sec enter
Press keypad <Source> and <Auto> key simultaneously, then enter Factory menu.
(Fig-1) Lamp Hours Info
B. Factory layer: I. DMD layer (Fig-2):
1. CW delay: adjust color wheel delay. set this value as source find. 3. DLP Brightness: adjust DLP Brightness. default setting is 32.Do not change this value as possible.
2. White peak: adjust DMD white peak. In PC mode default value set 10, in Video mode is 0.Software auto
4. DLP Contrast: adjust DLP Contrast. Default setting is 36.Do not change this value as possible. 5. Burn-In Hour: set how many hours to burn-in. You can enable burn-in on next selection. 6. Burn-In: after you set burn-in hours, set this selection to On and system will going to burn-in immediately. You can see color change (red, green, blue, black, white) on screen in turn. System will auto close down when burn-in hour count down to 0 and burn-in complete. (You can also cancel burn-in sequence by set this selection to Off).
(Fig-2) DMD layer 68
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
ADC layer (Fig-3): (only available when input source is analog RGB)
ADC Brightness: ADC brightness auto calibration black. ADC Contrast: ADC contrast auto calibration white. ADC Offset RGB: value to tell you calibrate result. ADC Gain RGB: value to tell you calibrate result. Fac Brightness: adjust default brightness value in source PC. Fac Contrast: adjust default contrast value in source PC.
(Fig-3) ADC layer III. 1. 2. 3. 4.
Color layer (Fig-4):
PIP Enable: enable pip when input source is Ypbpr. PIP Source: select pip source when input source is Ypbpr. PIP Size: select pip size when input source is Ypbpr. Video Red, Green, and Blue: tell you color temperature (in Video, Svideo, Ypbpr) default value as user menu color temp selection set 0. (Only available when input source is any Video)
(Fig-4) ColorTemp layer
IV. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Optic layer (Fig-5):
Test Pattern: system auto produce pattern for engineer test.
Spoke light: unit display full white. Curtain Red: unit display full color red. Curtain Green: unit display full color green. Curtain Blue: unit display full color blue.
(Fig-5) Optic layer V. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
Lamp layer (Fig-6):
Gamma index: DLP Gamma index, system auto select. Filter: system auto select Filter.
Lamp Hour: value to tell you lamp usage hours. Usage Hour: value to tell you unit usage hours. Data Reset: Reset all data to default include factory assign value. Never try to reset all data. Version: software version.
(Fig-6) Lamp layer
VI. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
YPbPr layer (Fig-7):
PbPr Offset 1,2: adjust source YPbPr black level. When YPbPr Display color seems too green or purple. You can modulate here.(only available when input source is YPbPr) Audio atten: adjust default volume level.
Gray value: adjust here to check DMD fail pixel. Blue value: adjust here to check DMD fail pixel. Scaling: tell you what scaling mode is using now.
(Fig-7) YPbPr layer
Appendix B Firmware Down Load Procedure
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Download cable (full ping D-SUB P/N : 50.J2402.001) Download board ( P/N : 55.J1316.001 ) Adaptor for Download BD ( P/N : 25.11012.001 ) & Power Cord ( P/N : 27.01818.000 ) Download line ( P/N : 50.J0510.5D1 ) (Cable/RS232D MD8PM/DS9PF 1800MM ) DVD player with YPbPr (Progressive) output Chroma pattern generator Personal computer or Notebook Software
Software download procedure
1. Record upgrade unit factory page 1 CW delay value.
Record upgrade unit factory page 1 PbPr Offser 2 value.
3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
Power off the RD-JT20/RD-JT21 unit and unplug power cord. Prepare the download materials (download line one side connect to pc or notebook COM2, another side Connect download cable (D-Sub) to RD-JT20/RD-JT21 unit (make sure you have already unplug power Now we are setup the hardware and ready to downloading. Open file where you put upgrade software. Execute FlashUpgrader.exe and press next icon till
connect to download board. Plug download board power. Connect download cable to download board) cord)
following image display (You must sure which COM you used to download, default setting using COM2)
Now plug the RD-JT20/RD-JT21 units power cord, you should see the download progress running in
upgrade wizard screen. Download complete message appear as download finish, and then we are done. (If download progress break down as it running, unplug units power cord and restart from procedure 7) 9. Download is complete. We have to write factory value back.Now power up the unit and connect it to Chroma pattern generator. Please set pattern generator to timing 1024X768 60Hz and pattern 32 gray. Enter the factory OSD page 2(as blow) and execute ADC Brightness,ADC Contrast. Then row3 and row4 value changed. (Notice: ADC Brightness value limited from 50 to 75, ADC Contrast value limited from 140 to 190)
10. Write CW delay,PbPr Offser 2 value back. 11. DONE!!
1. 2. 3. Check factory OSD page4 version. Connect DVD player YPbPr output to upgraded unit see the movies color is right.(if not, adjust Check if every DVD could normally display.
PbPr Offser 2 )
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. FlasherUpgrade.exe pwSDK.inf romcode.hex configdata.hex gui.hex flasher.hex
Appendix C Disassembly of Service Point
Appendix D DMD Chip
1. How To Define the XGA DMD chip and SVGA DMD chip
Feature: A black dot on the right-down side. B. SVGA
Feature: Totally 3 concavity, each of them is on left side, upper side and lower side.
2. DMD Chip Installation Procedure
Fig. 1.1 Procedure: 1. 2. 3.
Making sure you have SVGA chip on hand. (as shown on above Fig. 1.1) Making sure the SVGA chip holder is for SVGA DMD. (as shown on above Fig. 1.2) Attaching DMD chip into DMD chip holder tied. (as shown on above Fig. 1.3)
Fig. 2.1 Procedure: 1. 2. 3.
Making sure you have XGA chip on hand. (as shown on above Fig. 2.1) Making sure the XGA chip holder is for XGA DMD. (as shown on above Fig. 2.2) Attaching DMD chip into DMD chip holder tied. (as shown on above Fig. 2.3)
3. How to Clean the DMD chip
A. 1. 2. 3. 4. B. 1. 2. 3. 4.
Equipment Clean gloves Air blower Acetone Lens cleaning paper Procedure: Wearing gloves One hand holds the DMD chip, another hand holds air blower, blowing air on DMD chip surface at 60 degrees. Dropping 1 or 2 drops of Acetone to DMD chip surface. Cleaning the DMD surface with lens cleaning paper. to right. 81 The cleaning direction should from left
Appendix E Assistance Tool Chart
SYMPTOM Machine Auto Shut-off after Warming up Image Unclear Machine is turned on but No Image Displayed (Standby indicator LED is NOT ON) Machine is turned on but No Image Displayed (Standby indicator LED is ON) Machine can not be turned on (Standby indicator LED is ON Machine can not be turned on (Standby indicator LED is NOT ON) Lamp Explosion 1. CHECK POINT 1. Checking the thermal sensor board & Power Supply Module. (Checking procedure should refer to Trouble 2. Shooting 7.1) 1. 1. Checking the Zoom lens if dust on surface, clean the Zoom lens with clean cloth No image is displayed and the Standby indicator LED is not on, this condition should replace the Power Supply Module first, the replace the Ballast (checking procedure should refer to Trouble Shooting 7.1) No Image is displayed but Standby indicator LED is On should replace the Ballast & Lamp together. (Checking procedure should refer to Trouble Shooting 7.1) No image is displayed and the Standby indicator LED is Not On, this condition should replace the Power Supply Module first, then replace the Ballast (Checking procedure should refer to Trouble Shooting 7.1) No LED is On, so replace the Power Supply Module. (Checking procedure should refer to Trouble Shooting 7.1) ACTION 1. Replace the Lamp Module 2. Replace DMD Board 1. Replace the Zoom Lens Replace the Power Supply Module & the Ballast.
Replace the Ballast & Lamp
Replace Ballast, Lamp & Power Supply Module
Replace the Lamp Module Replace the Lamp
Should open the lamp door and checking 1. if the Lamp is explored.
Noise can be heard after machine is turned on Blue, Yellow or Dark shadow is shown on the screen edge Mouse can not be worked
1. Checking if the color wheel is broken, replace the color wheel 2. Checking if the DC 12V fan is worked? (Checking procedure should refer to trouble shooting 7.1) 1. Open the Color wheel cover, the Light pipe inside of optical engine should be damaged or crashed. Refer to trouble shooting 7.3
1. Replace Color wheel. 2. Replace DC Fans
Replace the Optical Engine Replace the Main Board
Displayed Image Abnormal
1. Entry factory OSD 2. Checking if the Gamma Index Value is correct.
1. If the Gamma Index value if wrong, reset the Gamma Index Value. (refer to Factory Default Value table)
Appendix F Factory Default Value 1.DMD layer
CW delay White peak DLP Brightness DLP Contrast Burn-In Hour Burn-In
depend on factory adjustment N/A ADC calibration Black ADC calibration White depend on factory adjustment depend on factory adjustment N/A N/A N/A 128 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A depend on factory adjustment depend on factory adjustment 12 N/A N/A N/A
ADC Brightness ADC Contrast ADC Offset RGB ADC Gain RGB Fac Brightness Fac Contrast
PIP Enable PIP Source PIP Size Video Red Video Green Video Blue
Test Pattern1 Test Pattern2 Spokelit Curtain Red Curtain Green Curtain Blue
Gamma Index Filter Lamp Hour Usage Hour Data Reset
PbPr Offset1 PbPr Offset2 Audio atten Gray value Blue value Scaling
EPSON EMP 3000 EPSON EMP 3300 EPSON EMP 7200 EPSON EMP 7300 EPSON EMP 7350 EPSON EMP 5300 EPSON EMP 5350 EPSON EMP 7250 EPSON EMP 8000 EPSON EMP 8100 EPSON EMP 8150 EPSON EMP 8200 EPSON EMP 9000 EPSON EMP 9100 EPSON EMP 5500 EPSON EMP 5550 EPSON EMP 7500 EPSON EMP 7550 EPSON EMP 0046 0177
EIZO IP 420 U EIZO IX 460 P 0096 0103
ELECTROHOME EPS 800 PLUS 0336
ELMO EDP 6200 ELMO EDP X 0067
EPSON EMP 7600 EPSON EMP 5600 EPSON EMP 50 EPSON EMP 70 EPSON EMP 51 EPSON EMP 71 EPSON EMP 810 EPSON EMP 800 EPSON EMP 600 EPSON TW 100 EPSON EMP 811 EPSON EMP 820 EPSON EMP 730 EPSON EMP 720 EPSON EMP 30 EPSON EMP 52 EPSON EMP S 1 EPSON EMP TW 10 EPSON EMP 54 EPSON EMP 7800 EPSON EMP TW 200 EPSON EMP 700 EPSON EMP 710 EPSON EMP 500 EPSON EMP 703 EPSON EMP 715 EPSON EMP 505
EPSON EMP 73 EPSON EMP 53 EPSON EMP TW 500 EPSON EMP 74 EPSON EMP 503 EPSON EMP 5100 EPSON EMP 835 EPSON EMP 830 EPSON EMP 9300 NL EPSON EMP 61 EPSON EMP 745 EPSON EMP 740 EPSON EMP 821 EPSON EMP S 3 EPSON EMP 732 EPSON EMP 737 EPSON EMP 735 EPSON EMP 81 EPSON EMP 765 EPSON EMP 82 EPSON EMP 755 EPSON EMP X 3 EPSON EMP 62 EPSON EMP 1715 EPSON EMP 1710 EPSON EMP 1705 EPSON EMP 1700
EPSON EMP 6100
FUJITSU LPF 4200 FUJITSU LPF 6200 E FUJITSU LPF 4700 FUJITSU LPF 0202
HITACHI CPL 850 E HITACHI CPX 955 HITACHI CPS 220 W HITACHI CPX 325 W HITACHI CPX 320 W HITACHI CPS 310 W HITACHI CPX 380 W HITACHI CPS 370 W HITACHI CPX 270 W HITACHI CPS 270 W HITACHI PJ LC 2001 HITACHI CPS 225 W HITACHI CPX 275 W HITACHI CPSX 5500 W HITACHI CPSX 5600 W HITACHI CPX 430 W HITACHI CPX 990 W HITACHI CPX 995 W HITACHI CPS 0237 0271
HITACHI CPX 327 HITACHI EDS 3170 A HITACHI EDX 3270 A HITACHI CPX 328 HITACHI CPX 885 HITACHI CPX 880 HITACHI CPX 870 HITACHI CPS 210 HITACHI PJ TX 10 W HITACHI CPX 385 W HITACHI CPX 1250 HITACHI CPS 830 E HITACHI CPX 940 E HITACHI CPX 940 W HITACHI CPS 845 HITACHI CPX 938 HITACHI CPX 935 HITACHI CPS 935 HITACHI CPS 840 HITACHI CPX 860 E HITACHI CPS 860 E HITACHI CPX 960 E HITACHI CPX 958 HITACHI CPX 970 E HITACHI CPX 985 E HITACHI CPX 980 W HITACHI EDX 328 OAT
HITACHI CPX 1200 HITACHI CPS 235 HITACHI EDX 325 OAT HITACHI PJ TX 100 E HITACHI CPX 340 W HITACHI CPX 345 HITACHI CPS 335 HITACHI CPL 750 W HITACHI CPX 445 HITACHI CPRS 55 HITACHI PJ LC 5 HITACHI CP RX 60 HITACHI CPX 440 HITACHI CPS X 1350 HITACHI PJ LC 7 HITACHI CPX 250 HITACHI CPX 255 HITACHI CPS 240 HITACHI EDX 8250 HITACHI EDX 3400 HITACHI PJ TX 200 HITACHI CP RX 61 HITACHI PJ LC 9 HITACHI EDX 8255 HITACHI EDS 8240 HITACHI CPX 444 HITACHI EDX 10 F
HITACHI CPX 260 HITACHI CPX 265 HITACHI CPX 268 HITACHI CPX 605 HITACHI CPX 608 HITACHI CPX 1 HITACHI CPX 5
HP VP 6110 HP VP 6120 HP SB 21 HP XB 31 HP XP 8010 HP SB 21 HP SB 21 HP XB 31 HP XB 31 HP VP 6111 HP VP 6121 HP VP 6210 HP VP 6220 HP EP 7122 HP MP 3222 HP VP 6315 HP VP 6325 HP VP 6311 HP VP 0400 0400
hp XP 7010 HP XP 7030
INFOCUS LP 650 INFOCUS SCREENPLAY 7200 INFOCUS X 1 INFOCUS LP 820 INFOCUS LP 640 INFOCUS LP 850 INFOCUS LP 750 INFOCUS LP 755 INFOCUS LP 1200 INFOCUS LP 70 INFOCUS LP 540 INFOCUS SCREENPLAY 5700 INFOCUS LP 600 INFOCUS X 2 INFOCUS SCREENPLAY 4805 INFOCUS SCREENPLAY 4800 INFOCUS X 3 INFOCUS LP 840 INFOCUS LP 860 INFOCUS IN 72 INFOCUS IN 32 INFOCUS IN 24 INFOCUS IN 26
JVC G 3010 ZG JVC DLA SX 21 JVC LXD 1000 E JVC DLA SX 21 S JVC DLA SX 21 SHE JVC DLA HX 1 JVC DLA HX 2 JVC DLA HD 2 K 0291 0291
IBM C 400 IBM C 400 IBM C 0293 0293
INFOCUS LP 690 INFOCUS LP 720 INFOCUS LP 770 INFOCUS LP 335 INFOCUS LP 350 INFOCUS LP 340 INFOCUS LP 260 INFOCUS LP 290 INFOCUS LP 280 INFOCUS LP 790 INFOCUS LP 530 INFOCUS LP 520 INFOCUS LP 500 INFOCUS LP 810 INFOCUS LP 630 INFOCUS LP 130 INFOCUS LP 800 INFOCUS LP 240 INFOCUS LP 0272 0272
KODAK V 600 ZOOM KODAK S 600 ZOOM KODAK KP 1300 X 0179
LG LP XG 2 LG LP XG 22 LG RD JT 20 LG RD JT 40 LG RD JT 30 LG RD JT 31 LG RD JT 91 LG RD JT 0408
IRIDIUM STARLITE LM 95 0265
LIESEGANG DV 335 LIESEGANG DDV 1800 LIESEGANG DDV 0084 0084
LIESEGANG DV 235 LIESEGANG DV 245 LIESEGANG DV 390 LIESEGANG DV 315 LIESEGANG D LIESEGANG DV 225 LIESEGANG DV 325 LIESEGANG DV 610 LIESEGANG DV 340 LIESEGANG DV 350 LIESEGANG DDV 1111 LIESEGANG DV 330 LIESEGANG DV 280
LITEWARE SCOUT XL 0201
MITSUBISHI LVP SD 10 U MITSUBISHI LVP XD 10 U MITSUBISHI SL 1 U 0265 MITSUBISHI SL 2 U MITSUBISHI LVP XL 2 MITSUBISHI X 500 U 0299 MITSUBISHI S 490 U MITSUBISHI XD 200 U MITSUBISHI SD 200 U MITSUBISHI XD 300 U 0010 MITSUBISHI XL 25 U MITSUBISHI XL 30 U 0332 MITSUBISHI SL 25 U MITSUBISHI SE 1 U 0103 MITSUBISHI XD 50 U MITSUBISHI XL 5950 U MITSUBISHI XL 4 U MITSUBISHI XL 8 U MITSUBISHI SL 4 U MITSUBISHI LVP X 100 E MITSUBISHI LVP X 200 E MITSUBISHI LVP X 1000 E MITSUBISHI LVP X 2000 E MITSUBISHI HC 3 MITSUBISHI LVP XL 1 U MITSUBISHI LVPX 30 MITSUBISHI LV PX 50 U 1
ML-2010PR PT-D7700E CDX-397MK2 KX-TG7200PD FP567S Compacte Studio G41D3B Gpsmap 60C MP-11X Magicolor 5670 White MAX VH222 CF400cafamosa UA40C6200UR NWA-3100 UDM 35 CDX-GT420 YZ250F-2004 R-350 450A Samsung S621 3 0 T2500H SGH-X700S CF-HA Thinkpad R40 SL-MV60 MHC-GRX10AV Uk Watch U010 HK3270 Pulsonic 9595 QC 621K GS-3012 DVD-228 KV-28CL11E QN4038K Esi-32 AH 572 550 450 HP-15C PC-550 AVR-2310E2 DVD-S38 Acer V173 VR 285 Mazda RX-8 4WD F300 CMT-CP33MD ZO6330 Asko T721 Naite Makita 446L B3210 CCD-TRV26E CS-E12jkew3 Mce-KIT TE 1000 VPC-C5E VLF-810 GT501 TS1351 Satellite 2100 CF-20D30 Review AKP 929 ER8417B Amarys 430 AVD-W7900 Plus U3 RDR-VD60 SC-D371 SGH-Z630 37PFL3312 SPV C500 26PF7521D IC-A110euro SL-PS7 HTS3568 US-2400 FD282NFX CU-E12hke3 P50542 MH-685HD BF641fstp DV387 PRO200 SPH-M900 KDG230J-kd-g230 KX-TD308 BT-MG 135 MH 555 DV-SP504 Duo Trio 706 V Romba 505 Cavalier 2001 STR-D665 GR26CB Series Camera
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