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Sony CPD-E400 Monitor, size: 1.8 MB
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|l0la||6:49pm on Wednesday, September 8th, 2010|
|Big screen, sharp text and colors, flat, high resolutions with good refresh rates Takes up a lot of desk space, heavy, a little pricey. Crisp and clear picture, flat screen, 3-year warranty Expensive and heavy, "joystick"-like menu controller difficult to use|
|PicaOOO||11:17am on Sunday, May 16th, 2010|
|Perfectly flat, Reassuringly expensive ; Superb quality Heavy and expensive Very hi resolution screen displays posible Physicly large and heavy.|
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AC Voltmeter (0.75 V)
Fig. A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.
POWER SAVING FUNCTION
This monitor meets the power-saving guidelines set by VESA, ENERGY STAR, and NUTEK. If the monitor is connected to a computer or video graphics board that is DPMS (Display Power Management Signaling) compliant, the monitor will automatically reduce power consumption in three stages as shown below. Power mode normal operation 1 standby 2 suspend (sleep)* 3 active off** (deep sleep)* power off Power consumption 140 W 15 W 15 W 3W 0W 1 (power) indicator green green and orange alternate green and orange alternate orange off
* Sleep and deep sleep are power saving modes defined by the Environmental Protection Agency. ** When your computer is in a power saving mode, MONITOR IS IN POWER SAVE MODE appears on the screen if you press any button on the monitor. After a few seconds, the monitor enters the power saving mode again.
This monitor is equipped with a self-diagnosis function. If there is a problem with your monitor or computer, the screen will go blank and the 1 (power) indicator will either light up green or flash orange. If the 1 (power) indicator is lit in orange, the computer is in power saving mode. Try pressing any key on the keyboard. If all four color bars appear (white, red, green, blue), the monitor is working properly. Reconnect the video input cable and check the condition of your computer. If the color bars do not appear, there is a potential monitor failure. Inform your authorized Sony dealer of the monitors condition.
If the 1 (power) indicator is flashing orange
1 (power) indicator
If the 1 (power) indicator is green 1 Disconnect the video input cable or turn off the
Press the 1 (power) button twice to turn the monitor off and then on. If the 1 (power) indicator lights up green, the monitor is working properly. If the 1 (power) indicator is still flashing, there is a potential monitor failure. Count the number of seconds between orange flashes of the 1 (power) indicator and inform your authorized Sony dealer of the monitors condition. Be sure to note the model name and serial number of your monitor. Also note the make and model of your computer and video board.
Example of plug types
Use of the tilt-swivel
This monitor can be adjusted within the angles shown below. To find the center of the monitors turning radius, align the center of the monitors screen with the centering dots on the stand. Hold the monitor at the bottom with both hands when you turn it horizontally or vertically. Be careful not to pinch your fingers at the back of the monitor when you tilt the monitor up vertically.
Identifying parts and controls
See the pages in parentheses for further details.
for 100 to 120 V AC for 200 to 240 V AC
Before disconnecting the power cord, wait at least 30 seconds after turning off the power to allow the static electricity on the screens surface to discharge. After the power is turned on, the screen is demagnetized (degaussed) for about 5 seconds. This generates a strong magnetic field around the screen which may affect data stored on magnetic tapes and disks placed near the monitor. Be sure to keep magnetic recording equipment, tapes, and disks away from the monitor. The equipment should be installed near an easily accessible outlet.
1 RESET button (page 14) This button resets the adjustments to the factory settings. 2 Control button (page 9) The control button is used to display the menu and make adjustments to the monitor, including brightness and contrast adjustments. (power) switch and indicator (pages 7, 15, 18) This button turns the monitor on and off. The power indicator lights up in green when the monitor is turned on, and either flashes in green and orange, or lights up in orange when the monitor is in power saving mode.
4 AC IN connector (page 7) This connector provides AC power to the monitor. 5 Video input 1 connector (HD15) (y1) (page 6) This connector inputs RGB video signals (0.700 Vp-p, positive) and sync signals.
Do not install the monitor in the following places: on surfaces (rugs, blankets, etc.) or near materials (curtains, draperies, etc.) that may block the ventilation holes near heat sources such as radiators or air ducts, or in a place subject to direct sunlight in a place subject to severe temperature changes in a place subject to mechanical vibration or shock on an unstable surface near equipment which generates magnetism, such as a transformer or high voltage power lines near or on an electrically charged metal surface
x Connecting to an IBM PC/AT or compatible computer
to video output
Setup on various OS (Operating System) This monitor complies with the DDC Plug & Play standard and automatically detects all the monitors information with the Windows Plug & Play function. No specific driver needs to be installed to the computer. If you connect the monitor to your PC, and then boot your PC for the first time, the setup Wizard may be displayed on the screen. Click on Next several times according to the instructions from the Wizard until the Plug & Play Monitor is automatically selected so that you can use this monitor. If your PC/graphics board has difficulty communicating with this monitor, load the supplied Setup Disk. Refer to the Read Me file on the Disk about the procedure to install. You can also download the information by accessing the web site of the graphics boards manufacturer.
IBM PC/AT or compatible computer
For customers using Windows NT4.0 Monitor setup in Windows NT4.0 does not use the display driver. Refer to the Windows NT4.0 instruction manual for further details on adjusting the resolution, refresh rate, and number of colors.
Selecting the on-screen menu language (LANG)
English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Russian and Japanese versions of the on-screen menus are available. The default setting is English.
Customizing Your Monitor
You can make numerous adjustments to your monitor using the on-screen menu.
6 CONV (page 12) Selects the CONV menu to adjust the pictures horizontal and vertical convergence.
x Using the control button
1 Display the main MENU.
Press the center of the control button to display the main MENU on your screen.
Navigating the menu
Press the center of the control button to display the main MENU on your screen. See page 9 for more information on using the control button.
1 Press the center of the control button.
See page 9 for more information on using the control button.
3 GEOM (page 11) Selects the GEOM menu to adjust the pictures rotation and shape.
the resolution of the current input signal
68. 7kHz / 85Hz 1024 768
the horizontal and vertical frequencies of the current input signal
Press the center of the control button once to return to the main MENU, and twice to return to normal viewing. If no buttons are pressed, the menu closes automatically after about 30 seconds.
4 HELP (page 13) Selects the HELP menu to display helpful hints and information about this monitor.
HE L P RE TURN TO MA I N MENU RECOMMENDED RESOL UT I ON F L I CKER TH I N HOR I ZONT A L L I NE D I S TORT ED SHAPE OUT OF FOCUS D I SCOLORA T I ON
x Resetting the adjustments
Press the RESET button. See page 14 for more information on resetting the adjustments.
5 COLOR (page 11) Selects the COLOR menu to adjust the pictures color temperature. You can use this to match the monitors colors to a printed pictures colors.
0 0K 0 0K s RGB
Adjusting the brightness and contrast
Brightness and contrast adjustments are made using a separate BRIGHTNESS/CONTRAST menu. These settings are stored in memory for all input signals.
Adjusting the centering of the picture (CENTER)
This setting is stored in memory for the current input signal.
Adjusting the shape of the picture (GEOM)
The GEOM settings allow you to adjust the rotation and shape of the picture. The (rotation) setting is stored in memory for all input signals. All other settings are stored in memory for the current input signal.
Adjusting the color of the picture (COLOR)
The COLOR settings allow you to adjust the pictures color temperature by changing the color level of the white color field. Colors appear reddish if the temperature is low, and bluish if the temperature is high. This adjustment is useful for matching the monitors colors to a printed pictures colors. This setting is stored in memory for all input signals.
The main MENU appears on the screen.
1 Move the control button in any direction.
The BRIGHTNESS/CONTRAST menu appears on the screen.
BR I GHTNESS / CON TRAS T
CENTER and press the center of the control button again. The SIZE/CENTER menu appears on the screen. for
3 First move the control button m/M to select
Before contacting technical support, refer to this section.
If the shape of the picture on the screen seems distorted, try adjusting the pictures geometry. Move the control button , to jump directly to the GEOMETRY menu.
If thin lines appear on your screen (damper wires)
The lines you are experiencing on your screen are normal for the Trinitron monitor and are not a malfunction. These are shadows from the damper wires used to stabilize the aperture grille and are most noticeable when the screens background is light (usually white). The aperture grille is the essential element that makes a Trinitron picture tube unique by allowing more light to reach the screen, resulting in a brighter, more detailed picture.
OUT OF FOCUS
The picture may seem to be out of focus when the red and blue color signals are not aligned properly, causing red or blue shadows to appear around letters and lines. Try adjusting the pictures convergence to make the shadows disappear. Move the control button , to jump directly to the CONVERGENCE menu. When the CONVERGNECE menu is displayed, the contrast, brightness and moire adjustment settings are automatically reset for all input signals.
Resetting a single adjustment item
Use the control button to select the adjustment item you want to reset, and press the RESET button.
Resetting all of the adjustment data for the current input signal
Press the RESET button when no menu is displayed on the screen. Note that the following items are not reset by this method: on-screen menu language (page 8) on-screen menu position (page 12) control lock (page 13)
Note for Windows users
For Windows users, check your video board manual or the utility program which comes with your graphic board and select the highest available refresh rate to maximize monitor performance.
If the pictures color appears abnormal in certain areas of the screen, first check for any loose signal cables. After you have checked the cables, try degaussing (demagnetizing) the screen manually. Move the control button , to jump directly to the OPTION menu, then select (DEGAUSS).
Power saving function
Resetting all of the adjustment data for all input signals
Press and hold the RESET button for more than two seconds.
Note The RESET button does not function when set to ON.
If no picture appears on the screen, one of the following messages appears on the screen. To solve the problem, see Trouble symptoms and remedies on page 16.
b) High Voltage Hold-Down Function Check 1) Apply the voltage 21.1 0.05 VDC between D912 cathode and GND shown on the right to confirm that the RASTER will vanish. c) Beam Current Protector Function Check 1) Connect Power Supply 1.68 mA to between pin 11 ~ GND of FBT (T901). 2) Confirm that voltage on C922 (ABL DET.) is less than 2.25 V or monitor will shut down. d) OCP Function Check 1) Turn ON Power Supply. 2) Connect 3 Z/20 W of Resistor between +200 V Line and GND, and make sure that OCP will function (Power LED will vanish and the sound chi,chi,chi will be heard.), and cut-off AC input promptly. e) Power Supply Operation Check 1) Apply AC100 V to the D Board. 2) Make sure that the line voltage at the both ends of C621 is 200 3.0 VDC.
Beam Current Protector Circuit Check
* Confirm one minute after turning on the power. a) High Voltage Adjustment 1) Adjust the high voltage 27.0 kV 0.2 kV by the RV901.
Note:Perform high voltage adjustment after the rough adjustments were completed on PICTURE size and FOCUS.
SECTION 4 ADJUSTMENTS
Landing Rough Adjustment 1. Enter the full white signal. (or the full black dots signal). 2. Adjust the contrast to the maximum. 3. Make the screen monogreen. Note: Off the outputs from R ch and B ch of SG. 4. Reverse the DY, and adjust coarsely the purity magnet so that a green raster positions in the center of screen. 5. Moving the DY forward, adjust so that an entire screen becomes monogreen. 6. Adjust the tilt of DY. For the TILT component, use TLV of DY. Note: Observe the following adjustment conditions: TILT = 0 VPIN SAW TOP = 0 VPIN SAW BTM = 0 7. Lock the DY lightly with a locking fitting. Landing Fine Adjustment <Landing adjustment conditions> a) Brightness: 1/3 IK ( IK = 750 A) b) Aging time: 2 hours or more. c) Atmospheric temperature: 25 C d) magnetic Field: BH = T BV = T (U/C, AEP) T (South Hemisphere) T (Equator destination) e) Adjustment point: 1-inch inside from the edge of CRT effective tube surface. 1. Put the set inside the Helmholtz coil. 2. Set the TLH plate to 0 position. 3. Set the purity magnet of Neck Assy in 0 position, and lock with a white pen. 4. Set VPIN SAW TOP and VPIN SAW BTM to 0 position. 5. Receive an image of the monogreen signal. 6. Degauss the CRT and iron shield parts. Note: Iron bottom chassis and EMI shield should be degaussed before assembling the chassis. 7. Perform auto degaussing. 8. Attach the wobbling coil to the designated part of the CRT neck. 9. Attach the sensor of the landing adjustment unit on the CRT surface. 10. Adjust the DY position and purity, and the DY tilt. Note: Use purity magnet on the DY. 11. Fasten DY with screw. Note: Torque kgcm (2.2 0.2 Nm). 12. Perform auto degaussing.
VIDEO AMP RGB OUT
Part Replaced (]) HV Regulator Circuit Check HV Protector Circuit Check D Board T901 (FBT), IC901, R924, R925, RV901 Mounted D board T901 (FBT), R917, R918, R923, R920, R919, R1004, C920, D911, D912 Mounted D board R933, R932, R921, R1006, D915, D917, IC901, T901 (FBT) Mounted D board
Terminal name of semiconductors in silk screen printed circuit ( )
Device Printed symbol
Terminal name Collector Base Emitter
Note: The components identified by shading and mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.
Transistor Collector Base Diode Cathode Anode Cathode Emitter
Note: Les composants identifis per un tram et une marque 0 sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice portant le numro spcifi.
All voltages are in V. Readings are taken with a 10 M digital multimeter. Readings are taken with a color-bar signal input. Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances. * : Can not be measured. Circled numbers are waveform references. s : B + bus. S : B bus.
Cathode Diode Anode (NC)
Common Diode Anode Diode Cathode Common Anode Diode Cathode
NOTE: The circuit indicated as left contains high voltage of over 600 Vp-p. Care must be paid to prevent an electric shock in inspection or repairing.
Common Anode Anode
A BOARD SEMICONDUCTOR LOCATION
IC001 IC002 IC003 IC004 IC005 IC006 B-2 B-1 A-4 A-1 A-4 B-2 D002 D004 D005 D007 D008 D014 D023 D024 D025 D104 D105 D106 D108 D109 D111 D204 D205
Common Diode Anode Anode
B-3 B-3 B-4 B-4 B-4 A-4 A-3 A-3 B-3 B-1 B-1 A-1 A-1 A-1 B-3 B-1 B-1
Common Diode Cathode Diode Cathode Common
6 3 3
Divided circuit diagram One sheet of D board circuit diagram is divided into three sheets, each having the code D-a to D-c. For example, the destination ab1 on the code D-a sheet is connected to ab1 on the D-b sheet. a b 1 Ref. No. Circuit diagram division code
qa qs qd qf qg qh
Cathode Anode Anode Cathode Drain
Cathode Cathode Anode Anode Source Gate
G D G S S D
Diode Transistor (FET) Transistor (FET) Transistor (FET) Transistor Discrete semiconductot
Q001 Q002 Q003 Q006
Source Gate Source Drain Gate Emitter Collector Base
A-4 B-2 B-2 A-3
D206 D208 D209 D211 D301 D304 D305 D306 D308 D309 D311 D409
A-1 A-1 A-1 B-3 B-3 B-1 B-1 A-1 A-1 A-1 B-3 A-1
*: Refer to Terminal name of semiconductors
in silk screen printed circuit (see page 5-7)
(Chip semiconductors that are not actually used are included.)
A BOARD WAVEFORMS
(1) Schematic Diagram of A Board
4.16 Vp-p (H)
4.08 Vp-p (H)
49.8 Vp-p (H)
48.8 Vp-p (H)
1.78 Vp-p (8 MHz)
R1/2W :SURGE R1/2W :SURGE R1/2W :SURGE
FV 1 FC 13 GND GG2
C031 1000p 500V B:CC
A(VIDEO AMP,RGB OUT)
0.2 4.7 3
C094 220p CH:CHIP
IC001 MC13289 RGB PRE-AMP
IC002 LM2402T RGB OUT
VBIAS 3.3 B.IN 32 V DET B BKG SYNC G BKG SDA R BKG 4.SCL CLAMP BLK B OUT
R:CHIP R:CHIP R:CHIP C007 0.1 25V B:CHIP CC010 0.1 25V 2 B:CHIP JW301 JW(20) JW201 JW(20) JW101 JW(10) C330 0.22 16V B:CHIP C230 0.22 16V B:CHIP C130 0.22 16V B:CHIP R:CHIP R:CHIP R:CHIP
3.2.4 3.2 30
C093 2.2 0.1 25V B:CHIP C304 G2 0.1 25V B:CHIP S/HB R4.6 :CHIP
KB GND KG GND KR GND HEATER GND
KR KB KG
R310 8.2k :CHIP R:CHIP C311 0.022 B:CHIP
C096 220p CH:CHIP
FB:CHIP R:RN R:RN R:RN FB:CHIP FB:CHIP C16V C16V C16V
R210 8.2k :CHIP R:CHIP C211 0.022 B:CHIP
C111 0.022 B:CHIP R:CHIP R110 8.2k :CHIP FB104 1.1F C011 0.1 100V
R211 R68 :FPRD :FPRD RFB201 :FPRD 0 :CHIP FB101 FB0 :CHIP :CHIP
C035 470p 2kV B:CC
R064 10k SG001 1/2W :SURGE
G2 SG301 SG201 G2
2.7 +12V B GND 8 V8 REF +12V 9 GND B IN G IN R IN B OSD G OSD R OSD OSD BLK
B GND1 BLUE1 G GND1 GREEN1 R GND1 RED1 GND VD1 HD1
R:CHIP CFB021 16V C015 C013 0.25V 25V B:CHIP
C039 0.1 F:CHIP C070 0.1 F:CHIP C306 0.47 C206 250V 0.47 250V C106 0.47 250V
D111 1PS226-115 D002 NNCD5.6A-T1
C066 1000p B:CHIP R:CHIP R:CHIP JW:CHIP
C012 0.1 25V B:CHIP G GND R2.5 :CHIP
D204 D104 HSU83TRF HSU83TRF D305 HSU83TRF D205 HSU83TRF
FB022 R2.2k :CHIP :CHIP
R012 2.2k :CHIP
JR:CHIP JW:CHIP STBY+5V
C25V C061 0.1 25V B:CHIP
0.5 0.5 0.5 4.8 4.8 4.8
R:CHIP C104 S/HR 0.25V R306 B:CHIP 8.2k :CHIP BRT R2.6 :CHIP R206 8.2k ABL :CHIP
R:CHIP C204 S/HG 0.1 25V B:CHIP R GND R2.6 :CHIP
CN301 2P D206 HSU83TRF D306 HSU83TRF D409 D309 HSU83TRF HSU83TRF R109 R209 R309 DHSU83TRF :CHIP:CHIP:CHIP D109 HSU83TRF
FB310 FB210 FB110 R:CHIP R048 2.2M 1W :RN
TO D-c BOARD CN510
D1003 D1001 UDZ-TE-17-5.6B 680K :RN-CP
C1062 0.1 25V B:CHIP
-2 2.7 C1025 10p -CH:CHIP V FBP 3.2 -1.3
R1095 STBY 10k R1098 :CHIP R1017 5V 15k 2.2k :CHIP :RN-CP R1018 R1073 R1097 2.2k 1k :CHIP 15k :CHIP :RN-CP R1074 1k :CHIP
V DF H DF A GND A GND V FBP V SAWN DCC2 NC XDC REF DC YDC YSC DAC REF XSC D TILT TO N BOARD CN802
1.+ 1 1.5
R737 C718 0.1 1k 25V :CHIP F:CHIP
0.OUT VEE 3 VCC 5
IC703 LA6500-FA ROTATION DRIVE
C717 0.1 25V B:CHIP
R735 2.2k :CHIP C730 4700p B:CHIP R736 1k :CHIP
C719 0.1 25V F:CHIP
TO N BOARD CN801 STBY 5V
DSP RESET STBY VEE GND VCC GND NC
0 4.9 4.9 0.4.6 0
D1022 1SS226-115 IC401 LA78040 V OUT
VEE O + - VCC 7 -13.7
C402 0.22 100V -15V :PT C25V C1037 0.1 25V B:CHIP R1W :RS C406 2200p :MPS R403 1.5 1/2W :RN R405 1.5 1/2W :RN R404 15k :RN R401 1.5 :FPRD
0 0.5 0.5
R1084 -2 V SYNC 470 :CHIP STBY R1096 5V 10k :CHIP CPU GND2 BP CLAMP R1065 4.7k :CHIP
4.IIC DATA 4.5 C1046 36
VSYNCI1 P6.0/SDAI VSYNCI2/INTO/P5.7
IIC CLK DDC DATA DDC CLK
P6.1/SCLI CLAMPOUT/MOIRE/P5.6 P6.6/SDAD
PLL LOCK POC
C712 R718 R720 68p 1W :CHIP CH:CHIP :RS C1038 0.01 B:CHIP
WDIN/INT1/P5.5 P6.7/SCLD INT3/P5.4 P3.7/HSYNCI2 WDOUT/INT2/P5.3 P5.0/HFBACK VSYNCO/P5.2 VDD
C1057 -2 47p CH:CHIP C10V
R1039 4.7k :CHIP
VCC OUT GND
0.2 14.2 0.8 0.8
47p CH:CHIP -2
Q702 2SC2459 H DF OUT
0.STBY 5V -2 29
C1026 0.1 25V 4.7 F:CHIP
R739 27k 37.1
-V SYNC0 H SYNC0.5 0.C SYNC
D701 1N4148S-26TP D405 1N4148S-26TP
R416 R417 10k 470k :CHIP :CHIP R410 3.3k :RN-CP
HSYNCO HSYNCI1 CSYNCI/P5.1 VSS
C711 R723 68p 0 :CHIP CH:CHIP
R2W :RS R728 2.2k :RN-CHIP
R721 2.2k :RN-CHIP
C1036 0.1 25V F:CHIP
R418 220k :CHIP
D702 1N4148S-26TP 36.5 D703 1N4148S-26TP
R:FPRD R745 4.7 :FPRD R746 4.7 :FPRD
Q704 2SC3421 H DF OUT
300V 6 139
R748 100k 1/2W :RC
C1042 47p CH:CHIP
R2W :RS R724 R726 R727 2.2k 4.7k 4.3k :RN-CHIP :RN-CHIP :RN-CHIP C713 0.01 50V B:CHIP
IC1001 CXD9523S/JCN CPU
R1086 10k :CHIP C1006 0.1 25V F:CHIP R:CHIP
IC1003 PST574CMT-T1 RESET SW
C407 R409 3300p 15k B:CHIP :RN-CP
R740 47k :CHIP
R747 4.1W :RS
R406 3.3k :RN-CP
R729 4.7k :RN-CHIP
R730 10k :CHIP
Q701 2SC2362KG 35.3 H DF OUT
IC1005 BR24C16F-E2 ROM
WC 5 8
5 4.7 IIC DATA 4.5 IIC CLK
C720 R741 1k 0.01 B:CHIP :CHIP 0.3 R743 R5.6k :CHIP :CHIP
Q705 2SA1358 Q703 2SA1049 H DF OUT H DF OUT C723
Q706 2SC3491A R751 10k V DF OUT :CHIP
R752 33k :CHIP C725 22
H FBP CPU GND1
C724 470p 2kV B
R749 4.7k :RN
Divided circuit diagram One sheet of D board circuit diagram is divided into three sheets, each having the code D-a to D-c. For example, the destination
D-a BOARD WAVEFORM
ab1 on the code D-a sheet is connected to ab1 on the D-b sheet. a b 1 Ref. No.
1.94 Vp-p (8 MHz)
Circuit diagram division code
D-a board l
C650 100p 500V :B
HEATER REMOTE ON/OFF B+ DET
C609 4700p 250V E
R652 10k 3W :RS C622 0.0022 B:CHIP
R653 47k 2W :RS R664 47k 2W :RS R657 2.2k :CHIP
C557 C0.1 25V 16V F:CHIP C500 220p CH:CHIP
220 Q502 :CHIP 2SC2411K R501 H DRIVE BUFF C559 1k R6.3 :CHIP
6.3 :CHIP 0.3
0.1 25V F:CHIP
R604 2.2 10W R605 2.7 10W R693 4.7M 1/2W :SURGE R627 4.7M 1/2W :SURGE C400V
R625 0.1 1/2W :RF L608 1.5H
D614 FMC-26UA T602 SRT
C612 0.033 400V :PP R626 47k 3W :RS C250V
D634 D635 1SS119 1SS119
Q606 PDTC114EK-115 SW D617 1N4148S-26TP
R662 82k :RN R656 82k :RN R660 68k :RN R659 4.7k R661 2.7k :RN-CP
R504 10k :CHIP
R505 22k :CHIP
Q501 2SC1623 H DRIVE BUFF Q503 2SA1037K H DRIVE BUFF
D618 ERB38-06V1 IC603 TEA1504/N2 SW REG CONT
C614 0.1 B:CHIP R635 120k :CHIP
L603 100H R651 L604 15V 100k 100H
4.9 12V O G 11.2
C16V L503 :HCC R511 0.47 :FPRD R:RN-CP R:CHIP
C623 R0.12 1/2W :RF 100V
C625 C624 D220 25V 25V D10SC9M :HR 13 C657 R647 1000p 500V :B JW(7.5) L607 2.2H 14 R648 C627 DC654 0.D4L20U 25V 25V 1800C626 :HR 1/2W :HR 15 :RF L606 C658 -15V D621 100H 47p 500V CH
IC608 TL1431CZ-AP SHUNT REG
R679 82k :RN
R569 Q517 4.7k :RN-CP 2SC3209LK
C638 0.47 250V :MPS
R687 D629 39k MA111-TX :CHIP
L506 4.7mH R3W :RS L504 4.7mH
R1/2W :RN RD516 ERA91-02TP1 1/2W :RN
VADJ OUT GND VCC CTL
C636 470p 250V B
C637 470p 250V B
C537 0.16 400V :PP
L505 4.7mH R3W :RS
IC610 BA00AST-V5 HEATER REG
C549 0.033 400V :PP
C547 0.082 250V :PP
C545 0.15 250V :PP
C543 0.33 250V :PP
C541 0.68 250V :PP
C539 1.5 250V :PP
R1/2W :FPRD C536 0.47 400V
R689 3.3k :RN-CP R690 5.1k R691 2.7k :RN-CP C16V
R692 22k :CHIP
IC605 BA05ST-V5 5V-2 REG
NC OUT GND VCC CTL 5 5V-1
TH601 4.5 :POS
Q514 Q515 Q513 Q511 Q516 Q512 33.5 2SK2098 2SK2098 33.4 2SK2098 2SK2SK2SKS CAP CHANGE S CAP CHANGE S CAP CHANGE S CAP CHANGE S CAP CHANGE S CAP CHANGE
C538 4.7 250V
Q608 DTC143ESA-TP RELAY DRIVE
C647 C1 16V :MPS
F601 6.3A 250V
C639 0.47 250V :MPS R674 560k 1/2W :SURGE
C550 0.01 50V B:CHIP R:FPRD
C542 0.01 50V B:CHIP R:FPRD
R553 R552 47k 47k R:FPRD
C548 0.01 50V B:CHIP R:FPRD
C546 0.01 50V B:CHIP R:FPRD
C544 0.01 50V B:CHIP R:FPRD
C535 0.1 25V B:CHIP
Q510 2SC3311A H LIN BAL SW
R:RN C534 0.1 25V F:CHIP
R545 2.2k :CHIP
AC L 1 NC 2 AC H 3
CN600 3P WHT :VH
CN601 4P WHT :VH
CN603 7P :S-MICRO
DGC NC NC DGC
D-b BOARD WAVEFORMS
TO A BOARD CN305
1.40 Vp-p (H)
11.1 Vp-p (H)
DGC AC IN
BR24C16F-E2 NJM2904M NJM2904M(TE2) NJM4558M-TE2 PC4558G2
MARKING SIDE VIEW 1 7
TEA1504/N2 LM324M LM324M-FL63 TC74HCT04AF TC74HCT04AF (EL)
8 pin SOP
14 pin DIP
14 pin SOP
DTC143ESA DTC143ESA-TP PDTC114-EK-115 2SA1049-GR 2SA1049TP-GR
64 pin QFP
D2L40-TA ERB38-06V1 HSS82 MTZJ-T-77-18 MTZJ-T-77-5.6B NNCD5.6A-T1 RGP02-17EL-6433 RGP02-17PKG23 RGP10DG23 UF4007G23 1N4148S-26TP 1SS367-T3SONY
ANODE GATE CATHODE
DTZ-TT11-15B DTZ-4.7C MA111-(K8).S0 MA111-TX RD12SB2 RD5.6S-B UDZ-TE-17-12B UDZ-TE-17-15B UDZ-TE-17-4.7B UDZ-TE-17-5.6B
D4L20U FMC-26UA FMN-G12S FMQ-G5FMS PG124S15 YG911S2R
EGP10DPKG23 HZS182-TE HZS9.1NB2 MTZJ-T-77-15B MTZJ-T-77-4.7B MTZJ-T-77-6.2 MTZJ-4.7C MTZJ-6.2B RD10ES-T1B2 RD10ESB2 RD15ES-B2 RD16ES-B3 RD16ES-T1B2 RD18ES-B2 RD18ESB RD4.7ES-T1B2 RD4.7ESB2 RD5.1ES-B2 RD5.1ES-T1B2 RD5.6ESB2 RD8.2ES-B2 RD8.2ES-T1B2 RD9.1ES-T1B2 1SS119 1SS119-25 1SS119-25TD
D3S4M EGP10D EGP10GPKG23 ERA91-02 ERA91-02TP1 ERC81-004 RH-1A
ANODE (GRN) CATHODE
SECTION 6 EXPLODED VIEWS
Items with no part number and no description are not stocked because they are seldom required for routine service. The construction parts of an assembled part are indicated with a collation number in the remark column. Items marked " * " are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items.
The components identified ! marked are critical for safety. Replace only with the part number specified.
z x a s 7-685-881-09 7-685-872-09 7-685-646-79 7-685-663-71 +BVTT 4X8 +BVTT 3X8 +BVTP 3X8 +BVTP 4X16
Les composants identifis par la marque ! sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice portant le numro spcifi.
REF.NO. PART NO. 6 7
REF.NO. PART NO. 10
4-072-438-01 COVER, CABLE [AEP] 4-072-434-01 COVER, CABLE [U/C] * 4-394-972-21 CAP, POWER * A-1343-765-C D BOARD, COMPLETE [AEP] * A-1346-889-C D BOARD, COMPLETE [U/C]
5 4, 5
* A-1390-957-A N BOARD, COMPLETE [U/C] * A-1390-978-A N BOARD, COMPLETE [AEP] 0 X-4560-174-1 TRANSFORMER ASSY, FLYBACK (NX4700//J1E4) 4-062-115-01 SCREW +P 3.5X20 TYPE2 * 4-073-936-01 LABEL, INFORMATION [only U/C]
0 1-251-382-31 INLET, AC 3P (WITH NOISE FILTER) 4-052-345-01 SCREW, (3X8) (+K), TAPPING 1-783-982-11 CABLE ASSY (15P DSUB CONNECTOR) [U/C] 1-791-490-11 CABLE ASSY (15P DSUB CONNECTOR) [AEP] * 4-045-131-01 STOPPER, CABLE [U/C] * 4-045-131-11 STOPPER, CABLE [AEP] * A-1299-002-C A BOARD, COMPLETE [U/C] * A-1299-090-C A BOARD, COMPLETE [AEP] 4-072-437-01 CABINET [AEP] * 4-072-433-12 CABINET [U/C]
The components identified ! marked are critical for safety. Replace only with the part number specified. Les composants identifis par la marque ! sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice portant le numro spcifi.
6-2. PICTURE TUBE
z s B 7-685-881-09 7-685-663-71 7-685-882-09 +BVTT 4X8 +BVTP 4X16 +BVTT 4X10
REF.NO. PART NO. X-4037-315-1 X-4037-401-2 4-204-957-01 4-071-152-12 4-072-439-01 * 4-072-435-02 4-070-001-11 4-205-260-01 4-046-797-01 4-044-932-11 4-044-932-31 4-203-648-01 4-365-808-8-736-407-8-451-284-11
DESCRIPTION BEZEL ASSY [AEP] BEZEL ASSY [U/C] BUTTON, POWER [AEP] BUTTON, POWER [U/C] BAR, EXTENSION [AEP]
REMARK 52-56 52-56
REF.NO. PART NO. 74 * 4-047-316-01 * 4-061-573-1-419-285-11 4-071-175-01 4-395-824-01 4-041-021-02 4-041-021-11 X-4036-988-2 * 4-061-996-11 4-071-155-02
SPRING, EXTENSION [AEP] SPRING, TENSION [U/C] COIL, DEGAUSSING HOLDER, DEGAUSSING COIL [AEP] HOLDER, DEGAUSSING COIL [U/C] HOLDER, DEGAUSE COIL [AEP] HOLDER, DEGAUSE COIL [U/C] ASSY, STAND CUSHION BUTTON, MENU [U/C]
Multiscan Computer Display
Virtually-flat FD Trinitron CRT delivers superior image performance and reliability affordability without compromise for users that require extra screen space
Multiscan E400 Computer Display
19" (18.0" VIS) FD Trinitron CRT Virtually-flat, high-resolution screen delivers outstanding image quality with reduced glare 0.24-0.25mm Aperture Grille pitch (variable) Sets new standard in image clarity and precision Digital Multiscan technology Supports resolutions up to 1800 x 1440 @ 60Hz High-contrast black screen coating Produces superior contrast and grayscale performance HiDensity Electron Gun with Enhanced Elliptical Correction System For consistent, accurate focus across the screen, even in the corners Display Mouse OSD menu control Simplifies monitor set-up, troubleshooting and adjustment
Model CPD-E400 CRT 19" FD Trinitron with HiDensity Electron Gun Viewable Image Size 18.0" Aperture Grille Pitch 0.24mm - 0.25mm (variable) Screen Treatment High contrast AR Coating Horizontal Scan Range 30-96kHz Vertical Scan Range 48-120Hz Maximum Resolution 1800 x 1440 @ 60Hz Recommended Resolution 1280 x 1024 @ 85Hz Factory Preset Resolutions Timing Data Table (TDT) - 28 modes User Adjustable - 15 settings Color Temperature Presets 5000 Kelvin 9300 Kelvin User-adjustable sRGB Signal Inputs Analog RGB 0.7Vp-p, 75ohm (typical) External Sync Signals Separate HD/VD, polarity-free TTL External Composite, polarity-free TTL Sync on Green 0.3 p-p10%, negative Input Connector Input 1: D-sub 15HD Captive Power Requirements 90-264V AC; 50-60Hz Power Management International Energy Star, NUTEK, and VESA DPMS Operation: <140 watts Suspend: <15 watts (maximum) Active Off: <3 watts (maximum) Power Off: 0 watts Dimensions (WxHxD) 17.6" x 18.3" x 18.2" Weight 57.3 lbs Operating Temperature 50F-104F (10C-40C) Operating Humidity 10%-80% (Non-Condensing) Regulation and Standard Compliance Safety: UL 1950 CSA 22.2 No. 950 EN60950 (TUV, GS mark) Emission/EMI: FCC Class B IC Class B EN55022 ELF/VLF: MPR II TUV (full compliance) X-ray: DHHS DNHW Ergonomics: ISO9241-3, -7, -8 Designed for: PC99, Windows 95, 98, 2000, Windows NT Macintosh Compatible Plug & Play: DDC-1, DDC-2B, DDC-2Bi DMI Compliant VESA: Generalized Timing Formula (GTF) Front Panel Digital Controls Power On/Off Reset Slider Input Selector DisplayMouse Control On-Screen Display (OSD) Brightness Contrast H/V Size and Centering Zoom Raster Rotation Pincushion Pin Balance sRGB H/V Convergence Keystone Key Balance Color Temperature Moir Adjust Manual Degauss H/V OSD Position Control Lock Help Menu Multi-Language Select (9 languages) Supplied Accessories AC Power Cord INF Diskette Mac Adapter Users Manual Limited Warranty 3 Years - Parts, Labor and CRT
The Sony Multiscan E400 is ideal for the home or the office requiring exceptional image performance without sacrificing value or reliability. Its perfect for everything from spreadsheets and finely detailed graphic presentations to browsing the Internet and gaming. The virtually flat, high-resolution FD Trinitron CRT combined with a variable 0.24-0.25mm aperture grille pitch, and precise, convenient on-screen digital controls, allow the CPD-E400 to perform at a level that will set a new benchmark for your expectations of clarity and color. To provide superior contrast and grayscale performance, the CPD-E400 screen features a high-contrast black coating. This coating, coupled with the displays vertically flat screen, also helps cut glare and washout caused by ambient light. And that reduces eyestrain. Sonys DisplayMouse menu control makes this premier SOHO display one of the easiest to set up, adjust andin the unlikely event that theres a problemtroubleshoot. Users can quickly take advantage of everything the CPD-E400 has to offer.
Sony Electronics Inc. 3300 Zanker Road, San Jose, California 95134 For more information: 1.800.352.SONY Web address: http://www.sony.com/displays
Computer Interface: The computer industry lacks standards, and therefore, there are a multitude of varying software packages and add-on hardware options. This display is not manufactured to any specific software, and Sony does not and cannot make any warranty or representation with respect to the performance of this product with any particular software packages and/or non-Sony add-on hardware option except those mentioned in this document. Sony hereby disclaims any representations or warranty that this product is compatible with any combination of non-Sony products you may choose to connect. While Sony representatives or Sony authorized dealers may be able to assist you and may make recommendations, they are NOT authorized to vary or waive this disclaimer. Purchasers must determine for themselves the suitability and compatibility of the hardware and software in each and every particular instance. 2000 Sony Electronics Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. Sony, the Sony logo, Multiscan, Trinitron, DisplayMouse, HiDensity, Enhanced Elliptical Correction System and The Definition of Definition are trademarks of Sony. Microsoft, the Windows Logo, Windows and Windows NT are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Mac and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple Inc. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. Non-metric weights and measurements are approximate. This monitor is Energy Star Compliant when used with a computer equipped with VESA Display Power Management Signaling (DPMS). As an International Energy Star Partner, Sony Corporation has determined that this product meets the International Energy Star Program for energy efficiency. The Energy Star emblem does not represent EPA endorsement of any product or service. Screen images are simulated. D192 Printed in U.S.A. 2/00
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