External, Screen Diagonal: 7"
7' diagonal LCD screen; Motorized fold-down panel; 16x9 widescreen aspect ratio brings out the best in DVDs; Wide and Zoom function accommodate the conventional 4 x 3 aspect ratio programs; 3 A/V inputs; 1 monitor output; Supplied wireless remote control; Infrared transmitter for Sony cordless headphones; 2 mini headphone jacks. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Sony XVM-R75 photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|caotic||2:18am on Thursday, September 30th, 2010|
|Yet another classic from Sony As many people know, Sony is one of the most reliable brands on the planet.|
|Graxujin2||6:50pm on Saturday, September 11th, 2010|
|looks good, but not dependable. Great monitor with a cool factor of mototrized fold-down.|
|ssm||10:18am on Friday, April 16th, 2010|
|wireless headphones, nice design poor screen quality, poor closing (rattles when closed)|
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Operating Instructions Mode demploi Manual de instrucciones
US FR ES
The model and serial numbers are located on the top of the unit. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. XVM-R75 Serial No.
2002 Sony Corporation
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
Table of Contents
Welcome!..... 4 Precautions.... 5 Location of Controls.... 7
Opening the Display Monitor... 9 Setting the Screen Mode... 10 Selecting the Input Source.... 11 Changing the Display settings... 12 Adjusting the Volume.... 14
Installation diagram.... 15 Connection diagram.... 16
Maintenance..... 18 Specifications.... 20 Troubleshooting.... 21
Thank you for purchasing the Sony Overhead Monitor. You can select PAL or NTSC color system. In addition to normal screen mode, full screen and zoom screen modes are also available. The low reflection liquid crystal panel reduces the glare from outside lighting sources. You can manually adjust the brightness of the display according to the prevailing light conditions of the surroundings. The backlighting control (DIMMER) produces sharp contrast images free from reversed or blurred colors. This unit has 3 Audio/Video input, 1 Audio/Video output, and 7.5 V DC output terminals for connecting a video player, video game, and additional monitor. You can use wired headphones and infrared wireless headphones with this unit.
To avoid the risk of serious injury or accident, read the following precautions before installing and operating the unit.
Comply with your local traffic rules and regulations. While driving - The driver must not watch or operate the monitor. It may lead to distraction and cause an accident. - The driver must not use the headphones. It may lead to distraction and cause an accident. Park the car in a safe place when the driver watch and operate the monitor, or use headphones. When operating - Do not hang onto the monitor. - Do not insert your hands, fingers or foreign objects into the unit while the monitor is functioning. It may cause injury or damage to the unit. - Take care not to bump your head against the unit when getting up from the back seat. - Take extra care not to wind the wire of the headphones around your neck avoiding injury or suffocation in the event of a sudden movement of the vehicle. - Keep small articles out of the reach of children.
Installing this unit requires technical expertise. This unit should be installed by qualified technician or service personnel. If you try to install this unit by yourself, do it properly, referring to the installation and wiring diagrams in this operating manual. Improper installation may result in a fire or an electric shock. Before installation, be sure to turn the ignition switch to the OFF position or take the key out. Installing this unit with the ignition on may cause battery drain or a short circuit. Do not damage any pipes, tubes, the fuel tank or electric wiring when installing this unit. This can cause a fire. If you drill a hole in car panels, make sure that any hidden car parts will not be damaged. Do not use any nuts or bolts for safety devices such as steering linkage, fuel supply or braking systems. This can cause a fire or an accident. Take care to prevent the cords and wires from getting tangled or crimped in the moving portion of a seat rail.
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Where to install Before installing this unit, please check your local traffic rules and regulations. Follow the diagram below to install this unit in a suitable position in your car.
Approximately 150 mm (5 15/16 in.)
Approximately 300 mm (11 13/16 in.)
Do not install this unit where: - It will obstruct the driver's view when the monitor is in either the open or closed position. - It will obstruct the operation of the airbag system. - It will obstruct the operation of the vehicle, especially the steering wheel, shift lever, or brake pedal. - A driver or passengers may injure themselves when getting into or out of the car. If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit that are not covered in this manual, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Make sure that the POWER SELECT switch is set to the correct position. A: If your car has an accesory position on the ignition key. B: If your car has no accesory position on the ignition key. When the POWER SELECT switch is set to B The (OPEN/CLOSE) on the Overhead monitor turns the power on. You cannot turn on the power by the (POWER) on the card remote commander. However, when the power is already on, you can operate the unit with the card remote commander.
Note When you get out of the car, be sure to turn off the power by the (OPEN/CLOSE) on the Overhead monitor, or the (POWER) on the card remote commander. If the power is left on, it will cause battery drain.
Receptor for the card remote commander
Location of Controls
1 Receptor for the card remote commander 2 OPEN/CLOSE button 9 Press to open and close the monitor. 3 MENU button 12, 13 Press to adjust the various display settings. 4 M/m buttons
5 MODE button 10 Press to change the screen mode. 6 INPUT button 11 Press to select the input source. 7 DIMMER button 12, 13 Press to set the dimmer function on and off. 8 Headphone jacks (stereo mini) 14 Connect headphones to these jacks.
Card remote commander RM-X123
9 ATT button 14 Press to quickly attenuate the volume. 0 MODE button 10 Press to change the screen mode. qa INPUT button 11 Press to select the input source.
qs POWER button 9 qd MENU button 12, 13 Press to adjust the various display settings. qf VOL (volume) +/ buttons 14 Press to adjust the volume. qg F/f buttons
Tip Refer to Replacing the lithium battery for details on how to replace the batteries (page 18).
Opening the Display Monitor
Press (POWER) on the card remote commander. The display monitor automatically opens and the power is turned on. Operating with the unit Press (OPEN/CLOSE) on the unit. The display monitor automatically opens and the power is turned on.
Closing the Display Monitor back in its enclosure
Press (POWER) on the card remote commander or (OPEN/CLOSE) on the unit again.
Notes Do not obstruct the movement of the LCD panel. It may cause damage to the driver monitor or the gear mechanism of the unit. If the display monitor's angle is forcibly changed due to any shock, first close the monitor by pressing (OPEN/CLOSE), then open it again. Do not try to open or close the monitor manually as a malfunction may result. Tip The LCD panel closes automatically when the ignition key is turned OFF.
Setting the Screen Mode
In addition to normal screen mode, full screen and zoom screen modes are also available.
Press (MODE) repeatedly. The current mode is displayed on the screen first. Each time the button is pressed, the screen mode swiches in the following sequence:
Normal (regular) screen An image with an aspect ratio of 4 to 3 (regular image).
Full screen An image with an aspect ratio of 4 to 3 enlarged to the left and right edges of the screen.
Zoom screen An image with an aspect ratio of 4 to 3 enlarged to the left and right edges of the screen, with the overflowing parts (top and bottom) cut off to fill the screen.
The screen mode is set after 5 seconds without pressing (MODE).
Tip Images may appear coarse-grained when viewed in the zoom screen mode.
Selecting the Input Source
You can select the input source and color system.
Press (INPUT) to select the input source, VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2 or VIDEO 3. Each time you press (INPUT), the indication changes as follows: B VIDEO 1 B VIDEO 2 B VIDEO 3
Press F or f to select PAL or NTSC color system. Press either button within 5 seconds after selecting the input source. The item will be canceled after 5 seconds without pressing one of these buttons. When NTSC Video is selected
When PAL Video is selected
Operating with the unit Press (INPUT) repeatedly on the unit to select the input source. Then press V or v to select PAL or NTSC.
Changing the Display settings
You can adjust the display settings manually if the display is hard to see from the position where you are seated.
Press (MENU). The Picture screen appears.
Each time you press (MENU), the setting screen changes in the following sequence: B Picture Menu Off*b B Brightness Video Adjust (Reset) b B Color Hue (NTSC only) b
* It returns to normal screen.
Press F or f to adjust to the desired setting. When Picture is selected When Brightness is selected
Press F to contrast
Press f to decrease the contrast
Press f to darken the picture
Press F to picture
n increase the
n brighten the
When Color is selected
When Hue is selected (NTSC ONLY)
Press F for intensity
Press f for less color intensity
Displayed only when is in the middle of the bar.
n more color
Press f to Press F to decrease the n increase the saturation saturation
When Video Adjust is selected
Adjust; Reset vV, or MENU
Picture, Brightness, Color and Hue settings will be reset to the factory preset level. Operating with the unit Press (MENU) repeatedly on the unit to select the setting you want to change. Then press V or v to adjust the setting.
Setting the dimmer function on
Press (DIMMER) on the unit to set the dimmer function on. The brightness of the screen will be adjusted automatically. To cancel the dimmer function Press (DIMMER) again.
Adjusting the Volume
You can adjust the volume of the wired headphones and the connected equipment with the supplied card remote commander.
VOL (volume) +/
Press (VOL)(+) or (VOL)() on the card remote commander.
Quickly attenuating the sound
Press (ATT) on the card remote commander.
To restore the previous volume level Press (ATT) again.
There are two output jacks (mini phono plug) for wired headphones on the unit. Adjust the volume using the (VOL)(+) or (VOL)() on the card remote commander.
Using wireless headphones
You can use infrared wireless headphones, MDR-IF5000 (optional) with the unit. Please refer to the operating instructions for MDR-IF5000.
Note The volume of the wireless headphones cannot be adjusted with the supplied card remote commander. Use the volume control on the wireless headphones.
Refer to the installation diagram and ask a qualified technician for the installation of the unit.
Front Left speaker
Overhead Monitor Handycam
Tweeter Left Master unit Tweeter Right
Front Right speaker Connection box Rear Left speaker Subwoofer DVD changer Rear Right speaker Game player
Note All the equipment other than Overhead Monitor and Connection Box are optional.
Refer to the connection diagram for the proper connections. You can make connections shown in A area. Please ask a qualified technician for the other connections.
Master unit (optional) To Speakers/Amplifier/Subwoofer (optional)
To AUX IN RCA pin cord (optional) Audio output 0.1 m
0.1 m 0.5 m (Black) To a metal surface of the car chassis
Video output To Headrest Monitor XVM-H6 (optional) Red RCA pin cord (optional) Yellow White Stereo Mini jack 5m Output (IR) Remote Commander Signal receiver cord 0.2 m
Audio L/R/ Video Input 1 0.2 m
Note Without a ground, noise may occur on pictures.
Power remote cord Max.Supply current (0.3A) 0.2 m (Blue)
* To REMOTE IN on
the Amplifier, Tuner etc.
DVD Changer DVX-100 (optional)
Overhead Monitor (7 wide color LCD Monitor)
* Connection box XA-117
1 V 2 L R R L
Audio L/R / Audio L/R / 7.5 V (max 2 A) Video Input 2 Video Input 3 DC Output (for game players)
4 Pin Power connector
15 Pin Audio connector Outputs
Power supply cord
Note After connecting, bundle up the connecting cords by attaching the supplied cramper.
GND (1 m) (Black) GND (1 m) (Black) Back-up (5 m) (Yellow) Fuse 5 A
To a metal surface of the car chassis
Audio L/R/Video Input Extension cable (5 m)
ACC (5 m) (Red) Fuse 1 A
To car battery (12 V)
To ignition switch (ACC position)
Cord stopper (supplied)
Note After connecting, cover the connectors with the supplied cord stopper.
* Connection box XA-117 Rear
To Audio L/R / Video Input 2 To Audio L/R / Video Input 3 To 7.5 V DC Output
RCA pin cord (optional)
Polarity of the plug
DC-DC cord (3 m)
Game player (optional)
Note Make sure that the game players operating voltage is 7.5 V. Other voltages may cause malfunction, or damage to the unit.
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use one matching the amperage rating stated on the original fuse. If the fuse blows, check the power connection and replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again after replacement, there may be an internal malfunction. In such a case, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Warning Never use a fuse with an amperage rating exceeding the one supplied with the unit as this could damage the unit.
Replacing the lithium battery
Under normal conditions, batteries will last approximately 1 year. (The service life may be shorter, depending on the conditions of use.) When the battery becomes weak, the range of the card remote commander becomes shorter. Replace the battery with a new CR2025 lithium battery. Use of any other battery may present a risk of fire or explosion.
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Notes on lithium battery Keep the lithium battery out of the reach of children. Should the battery be swallowed, immediately consult a doctor. Wipe the battery with a dry cloth to assure a good contact. Be sure to observe the correct polarity when installing the battery. Do not hold the battery with metallic tweezers, otherwise a short-circuit may occur.
Battery may explode if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, or dispose of in fire.
About the liquid crystal display (LCD) panel
Do not press on the LCD panel on the unit as doing so can distort the picture or cause a malfunction. The picture may become unclear, or the LCD panel may be damaged. Notes on cleaning Clean the LCD panel with a slightly damp soft cloth. Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners or antistatic spray. Do not use the unit in temperatures under 5 C (41 F) or over 45 C (113 F). If your car was parked in a cold or hot place, the picture may not be clear. The monitor is not damaged. The picture will become clear after the temperature in your car becomes normal. Some stationary blue or red dots may appear on the monitor. These are called bright spots, and can happen with any LCD. The LCD panel is highly sophisticated, and more than 99.99 % of the segments used in the panel are flawless. However, there is a possibility that less than 0.01 % of the segments are defective and may not light up properly.
Liquid crystal color display Motorized flipdown panel TFT-LCD active matrix system Picture size 7 inches wide screen (16:9) mm, 176 mm (6 1/1/2 in., 7 in.) (w/h, d) Picture segment 336,960 (w 1440 h 234) dots Power requirements 12 V DC car battery (negative ground) Current drain Approx. 1.5 A Dimensions 243 mm (13/5/8 in.) (w/h/d) Operating temperature 5 C 45 C (41 F 113 F) Mass Approx. 1.2 Kg (2 lb 10 oz) System Display Drive system
Power requirements CR2025 lithium battery Operable range Approx. 2.5 m (8.22 ft.) Dimensions 7 mm (2 1/5/8 9/32 in.) (w/h/d) Mass Approx. 25 g (1 oz) (including batteries)
Connection box XA-117 (1) Card remote commander RM-X123 (with supplied battery) (1) Extension cable (5 m) (1) Power supply cord (1) DC-DC cord (3 m) (1) Stereo Mini Plug-to-Plug cable (5 m) (1) Mounting plate (1) Screws (4) Tapping Screws (4) Cord stopper (1) Cramper (1) Operating Instructions (1)
Connection box XA-117
A/V Output Output Impedance: less than 220 less than 100 pF Output Level: 0 dBs 0.3 dB (0.775 V rms) (Vol Max) Video: 75 1Vp-p A/V Input 3 Input Impedance: more than 10 K less than 1000 pF Input Level: 1.3 dBs +0/0.3 dB (0.775 V rms) Video: Vp-p DC output 7.5 V (max 2 A) Dimensions 73 mm (11/7/8 in.) (w/h/d) Mass Approx. 150 g (5 oz)
DVD Changer DVX-100 Headrest Monitor XVM-H6 Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
The following checklist will help you solve problems you may encounter with your unit. Before going through the checklist below, check the connection and operating procedures. General
No picture, no sound Good picture, but no sound Dotted lines or stripes The power cord or battery has been disconnected. The fuse has blown. Press the (VOL)(+) or (ATT) on the card remote commander. This may be caused by local interference such as a car engine or motorcycle. Adjust the antennas for minimum interference. The cord has been disconnected. Connect the cord securely.
No picture, or no sound when you connect the optional equipment Makes noise when the ignition key is in the ON, ACC, or OFF position. No response when pressing the buttons on the card remote commander
The battery may be exhausted.
Table des matires
Flicitations !.... 4 Prcautions.... 5 Emplacement des commandes... 7
Ouverture de lcran du moniteur... 9 Rglage du mode cran.... 10 Slection de la source... 11 Modification des rglages de laffichage... 12 Rglage du volume.... 14
Ver 1.0 2002.09
AEP Model UK Model E Model Australian Model Chinese Model
The XT-P50V is composed of the following models. TV tuner unit TV Antenna Wireless Remote Commander XT-P50V VCA-116 RM-X124
Reception format Power requirements Power consumption Inputs Outputs Dimensions Mass Channel coverage PAL 12 V DC, from car battery (negative ground) Approx. 0.5 A Video/audio (Sony BUS compatible)(1) Sony BUS (1) TV aerial (4) Video/audio (Sony BUS compatible)(2) Sony BUS (1) Approx. 185.137 mm (W H D) Approx. 0.7 kg
AUSTRALIA 0 - 4 CH 46.25 MHz 95.25 MHz 5 - 12 CH 102.25 MHz 224.25 MHz 28 - 69 CH 527.25 MHz 814.25 MHz 38.90 MHz 33.40 MHz
Wireless remote commander RM-X124
Power requirements Operable range Dimension Mass CR2025 lithium battery Approx. 2.5 m 11.5 mm (W H D) Approx. 36 g (including a battery)
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
VHF HIGH UHF IF VIDEO IF AUDIO
CCIR CHINA UK ITALY 2 - 4 CH 1 - 5 CH A - C CH 48.25 MHz - 49.75 MHz 53.75 MHz 62.25 MHz 85.25 MHz 82.25 MHz 5 -12 CH 6 - 12 CH D - H2 CH 175.25 MHz - 168.25 MHz 175.25 MHz 224.25 MHz 216.25 MHz 224.25 MHz 21 - 69 CH 13 - 57 CH 21 - 69 CH 21 - 69 CH 471.25 MHz - 471.25 MHz - 471.25 MHz - 471.25 MHz 855.25 MHz 863.25 MHz 855.25 MHz 855.25 MHz 38.90 MHz 38.90 MHz 38.90 MHz 38.90 MHz 33.40 MHz 32.40 MHz 32.90 MHz 33.40 MHz
MOBILE TV TUNER
2002I0500-1 C 2002.09
e Vehicle Company Published by Sony Engineering Corporation
XT-P50V SECTION 1 GENERAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. GENERAL.. 2 TEST MODE.. 5 ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS.. 5 DIAGRAMS
This section is extracted from instruction manual.
TV tuner unit Fernsehtuner XT-P50V
4-1. Block Diagram AUDIO Section . 4-2. Block Diagram VIDEO Section . 4-3. Block Diagram BUS CONTROL/POWER SUPPLY Section . 4-4. Note for Printed Wiring Board and Schematic Diagrams.. 4-5. Schematic Diagram HIDEAWAY Board (1/3) . 4-6. Schematic Diagram HIDEAWAY Board (2/3) . 4-7. Schematic Diagram HIDEAWAY Board (3/3) . 4-8. Printed Wiring Board HIDEAWAY Board (Component Side) . 4-9. Printed Wiring Board HIDEAWAY Board (Conductor Side) .. 4-10. IC Pin Function Description..
CD/ MD changer, or Source selector XA-C30 CD/MD-Wechsler oder Signalquellenwhler XA-C30
Media Center main unit XAV-7W Mediencenter-Hauptgert XAV-7W
Connection box XA-114 (supplied with XAV-7W) Anschlussdose XA-114 (mit XAV-7W mitgeliefert)
DVD changer DVX-100 DVD-Wechsler DVX-100
REMOTE SIGNAL OUT
REMOTE SIGNAL IN
EXPLODED VIEW... 20 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST. 21
Overhead monitor XVM-R75 Deckenmonitor XVM-R75
Connection box XA-117 (supplied with XVM-R75) Anschlussdose XA-117 (mit XVM-R75 mitgeliefert)
Notes on chip component replacement Never reuse a disconnected chip component. Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be damaged by heat.
To the power remote cord (blue) of the monitor* (when connected to the monitor) * If the Sony BUS connection is used, this connection is not necessary. an Stromversorgungskabel (blau) eines Monitors* (bei Anschluss an einen Monitor) * Bei einer Sony-BUS-Verbindung ist diese Verbindung nicht erforderlich. Blue Blau
To the +12 V power terminal which is energized at all times an den +12-VStromversorgungsanschluss, an dem immer Spannung anliegt
Peeling off covering paper on bottom of aerial and sticking aerial onto mounting surface (7-3)
Stick the aerial onto the mounting surface, with the rods extended straight.
Tip Before attaching the aerials, make sure that the installation surface is clean.
Set the TV SYSTEM selector on the side of the tuner unit, to the correct position for your area. Be sure to reset the connected Media Center main unit after setting the TV system. Position 3 Area The United Kingdom Europe and Italy China and Hong Kong
Checking the mounting position for TV aerials (7-1)
Verify the left and right aerial positions. Pull the aerial rods straight out, and provisionally fasten them with tape or similar. Take care that the rods from the left and right aerials do not overlap or touch each other. In some cars, it may not be possible to extend the long rod fully. In such a case, bend the rod in a smooth curve.
Notes When installing the aerials, try to avoid the defogger wiring. Do not touch the adhesive surface or reposition the aerial, as this will decrease adhesive strength. The short aerial rod should be on top. If the long rod is on top, sufficient sensitivity may not be achieved.
Precautions on TV aerial installation
Mount the aerials only on the inside of the rear window. Do not install the aerials in locations which may obstruct the drivers view. Be sure to connect the power supply lead to the ACC circuit. Keep the TV aerial cables as far away as possible from wiring for an external amplifier and rear speakers.
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use one matching the amperage rating stated on the original fuse. If the fuse blows, check the power connection and replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again after replacement, there may be an internal malfunction. In such a case, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Fuse (5 A) Fuse (0.5 A)
IR connection diagram (4-2)
Be sure to set the SIGNAL SELECT switch on the tuner unit according to the connected equipment, or the wireless remote commander does not respond. The Sony BUS connection takes priority over the IR connection. SIGNAL SELECT OUT switch Set the switch to DVX-100 when DVX-100 is connected, and set to OTHERS when other equipment is connected.
Routing TV aerial cables (8-1)
Refer to the wiring diagram q;.
Notes Pull out the TV aerial rods as much as possible, but take care that the rods do not cross or touch each other. In some cars, the shape or size of the rear window or the opening of the rear gate may prevent installation of the aerials. For details, consult your dealer.
Power supply lead (3- )
Aerial cord (3- )
SIGNAL SELECT IN switch Set to XVM-R75 when XVM-R75 is connected, and set to OTHERS when other equipment is connected.
Attaching ground plate to aerials body (7-2)
Be sure to mount the ground plate 7. Otherwise aerial sensitivity will be reduced. At this stage, the support clamper should only be snapped onto the aerial but not yet glued in place. After installation For 24 hours after installation, do not subject the aerials to rain, splashes of water, or strong force. Before starting to drive, make sure that the aerials are securely fastened. Also after starting to use the system, check the aerials from time to time. Do not wipe the aerial body, rods, or cables with alcohol, benzine, solvents, gasoline, wax, or similar, as this can cause deformation or other damage. Reception may be impaired in the following locations: Between tall buildings In the vicinity of high voltage power lines In the vicinity of flying aircraft In the vicinity of electric trains and streetcars In mountainous areas or areas far removed from broadcast transmitters In tunnels Very close to commercial, amateur radio transmitters or Sony TV tuner unit XT-P50V
Parts list (1)
The numbers in the list are keyed to those in the instructions. Use 9 and 0 to organize cords.
Connection example (2)
The XAV-7W is shown for the Sony BUS connection and the XVM-R75 is shown for the other connection in this operating instructions.
Power connection diagram (3)
Connecting TV aerial cables to TV tuner unit (8-2) Dealing with excessive TV aerial cable length (9)
If you coil the aerial cable and place it in the vicinity of the TV tuner unit, noise may occur. Do not coil the cable, and keep it as far as possible from the TV tuner unit.
Install the aerials only on the rear window. Keep the aerials away from other aerials on the car, such as for CB or amateur radio, cell phone, etc. If installed too close, aerials may cause mutual interference. On days of high humidity (rain, fog, etc.), make sure that the installation surface is fully dry before beginning the installation. Wet conditions will reduce the adhesive strength and may cause the aerials to fall off. If the installation surface is cold, warm it up first with the car heater, rear window defogger, a hair dryer or similar. This will increase adhesive strength.
If cables become tangled with the gear shift lever or other controls, there is a severe risk of accident. When using the Media Center main unit or the monitor, keep the RCA interconnects as far away from the aerial cables as possible. Otherwise noise may appear on the TV picture.
Installing the TV tuner unit (5)
Notes Ensure that the mounting surface is clean. Do not install the TV tuner unit in locations subject to high temperatures. in locations subject to direct sunlight, warm air from heater outlets, or other locations that can get hot. When attaching the hook-and-loop fastener to the bottom of the TV tuner unit, do not cover the model name plate in the center. Keep the units and connection cables apart. The Media Center main unit, the monitor, TV tuner unit, and RCA interconnects should not be in close proximity. Otherwise noise interference may affect the TV picture.
XT-P50V SECTION 2 TEST MODE
MICROPROCESSOR VERSION CHECK Checking Method: 1. Set TV SYSTEM switch of XT-P50V to 2. 2. Connect XAV-7W and turn on the power for OFF screen status. 3. Press the preset  button on the wireless remote commander (RM-X118*) , press the preset  button next, then press the preset  button for more than 2 seconds. 4. Switch mode of TV1, press the preset  button on the wireless remote commander (RM-X118*) to call No.6. 5. 21ch is displayed on upper right of the screen and version of the microprocessor is indicated below.
Note: When the power is turned off after the above is executed (just after turning off, reset is executed), both SONY BUS connected/SONY BUS disconnected status become initialized status. (TV ch becomes factory shipping setting)
SECTION 3 ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
DIVERSITY VCO FREQUENCY ADJUSTMENT Connection:
frequency counter +
TP130 TV Tuner Unit (XT-P50V)
*) RM-X118 (Part No. 1-477-110-22) is wireless remote commander which is an accessory of XAV-7W.
Adjusting Method: 1. Connect the TP131 and GND on the HIDEAWAY board with to activate the test mode. 2. Connect the frequency counter to the TP130 on the HIDEAWAY board. 3. Adjust the CT100 on the HIDEAWAY board so that the value of the frequency counter becomes 15.625 0.02 kHz. Adjusting and Connnecting Location: HIDEAWAY Board OSD ADJUSTMENT Connection:
INPUT VIDEO jack (J104) PAL pattern generator TV Tuner Unit (XT-P50V)
Adjusting Method: 1. Connect the PAL pattern generator to the INPUT VIDEO jack (J104) on the HIDEAWAY board. 2. Connect the oscilloscope to the TP139 on the HIDEAWAY board. 3. Adjust the RV100 on the HIDEAWAY board so that the clamp voltage of the waveform on the oscilloscope becomes 1.5 0.1 V.
1.5 0.1 Vp-p
Adjusting and Connnecting Location: HIDEAWAY Board
Adjusting and Connecting Location: HIDEAWAY BOARD (Component Side)
J104 INPUT VIDEO jack
RV100 OSD Adjustment
CT100 Diversity VCO Frequency Adjustment
HIDEAWAY BOARD (Conductor Side)
XT-P50V SECTION 4 DIAGRAMS
4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM AUDIO Section
L101 +9V L103 L102 +5V +31V ANT IN 3
ANT1 ANT2 ANT3 ANT4
+B 9V, +B 9V, 25mA 150mA
+B 5V, +BT 35mA 31V
NOISE CANCELLER IC104 VIDEO OUT 18 A OUT 14dBs 14
NICAM AFS DATA CLOCK CE
R-ch is omitted due to same as L-ch.
1 NC IN BUFFER H.P.F. VCA PULSE DET TRIGGER GATE BUFFER NC OUT
TV TUNER UNIT TU100
: AUDIO (TV) : VIDEO (TV) : AUDIO (AUX)
4 ANTENNA 4 SWITCH Q105 ANT8 ANTENNA 3 SWITCH Q103 ANT7 ANTENNA 2 SWITCH Q101 ANT6 ANTENNA 1 SWITCH Q100 ANT5 L115 +5V
LINE AMP, INPUT SELECT SWITCH IC111 J103 (1/2) INPUT L AUDIO R R-CH IN2B+ OUT2 IN2A+ R-CH D129
J102 (1/2) OUTPUT1 GROUND ISOLATOR AMP IC117 MUTING Q119 R-CH R-CH
L AUDIO R
2 J104 (1/2) OUTPUT2
ANTENNA SWITCHING OUTPUT DRIVER DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR 22 VDIN V-SYNC SEPARATOR
ANT5 ANTANT6 ANTANT7 ANTANT8 ANT4 13
GROUND ISOLATOR AMP IC120 D101 MUTING Q114 R-CH R-CH
C. SYNC COMPOSITE SYNC SEPARATOR
ELECTRICAL FIELD STRENGTH JUDGEMENT MUTING CONTROL SWITCH Q120, 121 INPUT CLUMP VIDEO DMUTING CONTROL SWITCH Q115 B+5V
4 DIVERSITY ANTENNA CONTROL IC102 CT100 DIVERSITY VCO FREQUENCY 29
PLLDAT PLLCLK PLLCE
SYSTEM CONTROLLER IC108 (1/3)
BLOCK DIAGRAM VIDEO Section
VIDEO SELECT SWITCH, VIDEO AMP IC109
ON SCREEN DISPLAY CONTROLLER IC110
VIDEO AMP IC106 J103 (2/2)
VIN V OUT CVIN DATA CLK CE AC CV VIN VOUT 6 SIN SCK CS AC OSD CONTROL Q110 RV100 OSD 2 SW1
(Page 7) J103 (2/2) INPUT VIDEO 3 VIN2
17 VIDEO AMP IC118
(Page 7) 4 CTL3 ICX101 4.434MHz 2 SYNC SEPARATOR IC123 EEPROM IC114 VIN
J104 (2/2) OUTPUT2 VOUT 7 SW1 VIDEO
V SYNC SEPARATOR
SIGNAL PATH : VIDEO (TV) : VIDEO (AUX)
DATA CLK CE AC
OSD DATA OSD CLK OSD CE AC
SEL 3 SEL 2 SEL 1
SYSTEM CONTROLLER IC108 (2/3)
(Page 9) J101
25 SWITCHING IC188 IC121(1/2) S101 SIGNAL SELECT OUT OTHERS +5V DVX-100 IC121(2/2) IR BUFFER IC115 TH101
M+5V SW100 TV SYSTEM 3
J100 S100 SIGNAL SELECT IN XVM-R75 OTHERS REMOTE SIGNAL IN
BLOCK DIAGRAM BUS CONTROL/POWER SUPPLY Section
BUS ON/OFF SWITCH Q109 CN101 CONTROL IN (SONY BUS) 3 SIRCS 4 CLOCK 5 DATA 6 BUSON 7 BATT 2 +B RESET 7 LINK OFF BUS RESET BUS ON OUT VPP 18 VPP SONY BUS INTERFACE B+ TH100 BUS ON IN BUS CLK BUS DATA SONY BUS INTERFACE ICLINKOFF SDA UNI CLK 11 UNI SI OE 49 DATA IN 10 UNI SO 16 BUSON BUSY 12 BUSY SCLK OE SCLK CN103 (FOR CHECK) 5 SDA
CLK OUT DATA OUT
CN100 CONTROL OUT (SONY BUS) 3 SIRCS 4 CLOCK 5 DATA 6 BUSON 2 RESET 7 BATT SONY BUS DETECT QSONYBUS +31V DC/DC CONVERTER IC103 F101 SYSTEM CONTROLLER IC108 (3/3) +8V +8V REGULATOR IC105 VOLTAGE DETECT Q116, 117 B+5V D124 VOLTAGE DETECT Q104 D102 BUCKUP 17 B+5V DVOR VOLTAGE DETECT RESET 19 RESET SIGNAL GENERATOR ICVOUT +5V REGULATOR, BATTERY CHECK IC116 VIN +B
+9V REGULATOR IC200
(Page 8) +5V +3.3V REGULATOR IC107
SWITCHING REGULATOR Q111, 200 (2/2) SWITCHING REGULATOR Q112, 200 (1/2) POWER CONTROL IC13 +IN2 IN2 ERROR AMP PWM COMPARATOR OUTPUT CIRCUIT OUT2 10
VREF +IN1 IN1
REFERENCE VOLTAGE ERROR AMP OSC CT RT VCC 9 B+ SWITCH Q102, 106 PWM COMPARATOR OUTPUT CIRCUIT OUTL100 CN102 POWER DC 12V FBATT
POWER 37 ACC IN REM (ACC)
NOTE FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARD AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
Note on Schematic Diagram: All capacitors are in F unless otherwise noted. pF: F 50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and tantalums. All resistors are in and 1/4 W or less unless otherwise specified. C : panel designation. A : B+ Line. H : adjustment for repair. Power voltage is dc 14.4V and fed with regulated dc power supply from BATT and REM (ACC) cord. Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground under no-signal (detuned) conditions. no mark : TV mode Voltages are taken with a VOM (Input impedance 10 M). Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances. Waveforms are taken with a oscilloscope. Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances. Circled numbers refer to waveforms. Signal path. E : AUDIO (TV) a : VIDEO (TV) F : AUDIO (AUX) L : VIDEO (AUX)
1 IC(CT) 6 Q200-1 (Drain) qa IC113 3
Note on Printed Wiring Board: X : parts extracted from the component side. Y : parts extracted from the conductor side. : Pattern from the side which enables seeing. (The other layers' patterns are not indicated.) Caution: Pattern face side: (Conductor Side) Parts face side: (Component Side) Parts on the pattern face side seen from the pattern face are indicated. Parts on the parts face side seen from the parts face are indicated.
4.9 s 2 IC(OUT1), Q111 (Base)
7 Q200-2 (Drain)
qs IC113 5, 6
226 ns qd IC108 wd (XOUT)
3 IC100 q; (OUT2), Q112 (Base)
4 Q112 (Emitter), Q200-1 (Gate)
9 IC110 qj (OSCIN)
5 Q111 (Emitter), Q200-2 (Gate) q; IC113 2
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM HIDEAWAY Board (1/3)
See page 10 for Waveforms.
See page 16 for IC Block Diagrams.
TU100 TV TUNER UNIT (V5-E60CT)
+B_9V,150mA LOCK_ACT_H A_OUT_-14dBs VIDEO_OUT
ANT IN 3
Q100 ANTENNA 1 SWITCH Q101 ANTENNA 2 SWITCH C104 1000p
Q103 ANTENNA 3 SWITCH Q105 ANTENNA 4 SWITCH
C102 1000p C101 1000p 5V L102 22H
CANCELLER Q100 2SA1037AK 31V C133 0.022 IC104 TA2005SN
R100 10k (CHASSIS) R102 10k Q101 2SA1037AK
(CHASSIS) Q103 2SA1037AK
C196 0.1 R295 10k Q110,111,200 SWITHING REGULATOR
C269 100p 5V L104 22H R114 4.7k R119 4.7k
A2 F100 2A 63V 5V S R127 4.7k R129 4.7k R139 1.2k Q200(1/2) UPA1853GRRTP137 L109 68H R167 12k L111 22H D119 1SR154 +8V REGULATOR IC105 BA08FP I G RCRD118 SFPB-74V C16V RR164 3k C25V R128 15k R115 C110 15k 330p C130 330p R138 1.2k C127 0.01 C25V -2 -1 R136 22k R130 33k C143 0.01 Q111 FMY1A-T148 RC16V RS 9V R178 10k R189 33k C16V C173 0.01 O TP136 8V
POWER CONTROL IC100 TL1451ACDB
-2 -1 Q112 FMY1A-T148
RDIVERSITY ANTENNA ANT5 ANT6 ANT7 CONTROL
IC102 CM0018AM R135 2.2k ANT4 ADET4 R134 2.2k ANT3 ADET3 R133 2.2k ANT2 ADET2 R132 2.2k ANT1 ADET1 TEST1 NSOUT DGND C142 10p VMODE AGND CT100 22p TEST2 VDIN CREF R131 12k RREF TP129 C.CYNC VIDEO VCOIN EO TP131 TP130 C144 100p
L107 22H C25V C156 0.01 C166 0.01 C16V A3
C129 0.1 R113 10k C112 0.001
RRRRRES DVDD AVDD
F1 5A 32V C25V C115 0.022
GND C16V F101 315mA 63V C193 0.1 C16V R188 5.1k
RC117 0.022 TP123 TP120
+B CN102 3P TP100 BATT GND TP102 REM(ACC) Q106 UN2111-TX R301 220k R108 220k R117 100k 31V IC103 TK11819M R101 2.2k Q102,106 B+ SWITCH D102 MA8180-M R300 1k D143 MA8068-L Q117 2SC2412K VOLTAGE DETECT R109 47k VIN OSC Q107 2SC2412K ACCESSORY CHECK Q102 UN2211-TX Q104 UN2211-TX Q116 UN2211-TX Q115 UN2111-TX MUTING CONTROL SWITCH R106 4.7k R107 47k CR110 4.7k D128 MA152WK -TX C134 0.1 C16V C138 0.022 L105 1.2mH DK TI GND VOUT R150 1k TP103 DC/DC CONVERTER L100 D100 300H ZSA5MA27 C25V
Q104,116 VOLTAGE DETECT
C148 4.7 63V A4
4-6. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM HIDEAWAY Board (2/3) See page 10 for Waveforms. See page 16 for IC Block Diagrams.
C25V J103 3P RBUS_L RC201 0.01 5V C209 0.01 RRD132 MA3091WK
L D131 MA3091WK AUDIO
5V C132 0.01
C10V C151 0.01
R273 10k BUS_R
VIDEO SELECT SWITCH,
VIDEO AMP IC109 MM1228XF
C25V J102 3P D135 MA3091WK R159 10k R157 1k R282 1M C149 0.01 C25V R171 10k R169 1k R290 1M C158 0.01 Q118,119 MUTING C264 100p D134 MA3091WK L AUDIO OUTPUT1 VIDEO
5V R269 C10 25V D142 MA152WK -TX C25V ON SCREEN DISPLAY CONTROLLER C226 0.01 C229 0.22 R137 10k VIN C VOUT G BP +3.3V REGULATOR C223 0.01 IC107 NJM2370 R250 1k C154 0.1 C25V 8V C10V R271 15k Q119 DTC314TK-T R272 15k D138 MA3091WK RC263 100p R D133 MA3091WK
C1 C2 C3
TP161 RR293 100k
TP179 SW100 TV SYSTEM 3 R2 1
EEPROM IC114 AT24C08
VCC WP SCL SDA
A0 A1 A2 GND INVERTER 5V
C198 0.01 C172 0.01 IC121 TC7WU04FU
GND BUSON DATA IN CLOCK BATT TP112 TP105 D108 MA8180-M TP117 TP114
VCC Q109 UN2111-TX BUS ON/OFF SWITCH LINKOFF D114 1SS355 ROE RR1 C212 330p C215 330p PLLDAT PLLCLK PLLCE OSD_DATA OSD_CLK OSD_CE SWITCHING S100 S101 S100 SIGNAL SELECT IN -1 IC108 M38039FFFP-081 RX100 8MHz L112 22H C217 27p C216 22p -1 R211 100k HSYNC VSYNC C242 0.01 C213 0.1 C25V V G IR BUFFER IC115 TC7S08F 5V TH101 TP803 J100 TP801 IC101 BA8272F C228 0.1 C267 0.01 +B R253 47k C25V D121 MA721WA C249 0.1 D124 1SS355 R214 100k D125 MA3091WK IN REMOTE SIGNAL D127 MA3091WK TP802 -2 XVM-R75 DVX-100 TP804 J101 OUT -2 OTHERS S101 SIGNAL SELECT OUT OTHERS IC188 TC7S32F R223 100k GND 5 4
NC RESET TP101
R291 47k R288 4.7k R289 47k CR292 4.7k
AC Q122 2SC2412K SONY BUS DETECT C25V R287 C16V 100k C187 0.01 L106 22H D123 MA729 -TX C186 0.01
RTP800 SYSTEM CONTROLLER
CONTROL (FOR SONY BUS)
C137 0.01 SIRCS
GND BUSON DATA OUT CLOCK BATT TP104 TP134 TP133 TP132 RESET NC R116 47k CLKI DATI DATO TP119 TP135 BUSI
C225 0.1 5V
SONY BUS INTERFACE
+5V REGULATOR, BATTERY CHECK IC116 S-875271C
CN103 8P BUSY BUSY VPP VPP TP169 VDD SCLK SCLK FOR CHECK
SDA SDA OE OE D140 1SS355 XRST TP168 RESET GND
Ref. No. D100 D101 D102 D103 D104 D105 D107 D108 D109 D111 D112 D113 D114 D119 D121 D124 D125 D126 D127 D128 D129 D132 D137 D138 D140 D142 D143 IC100 IC101 IC102 IC103 IC106 IC107 IC108 IC109 IC110 IC111 IC112 IC113 IC114 IC115 IC116 IC117 IC118 IC121 IC123 IC188 Q100 Q101 Q102 Q103 Q104 Q105 Q106 Q107 Q109 Q110 Q111 Q112 Q113 Q114 Q115 Q116 Q117 Q118 Q119 Q120 Q121 Q122 Q200 Location L-1 C-14 E-1 C-4 C-3 C-3 C-3 C-2 C-2 D-3 D-3 D-4 D-2 I-6 G-3 G-2 L-4 F-4 K-5 E-2 C-11 C-5 G-4 C-10 F-3 D-11 E-1 K-5 D-3 J-9 H-7 D-9 E-7 F-4 E-10 F-8 D-7 D-3 E-8 G-4 K-4 G-2 D-11 D-12 K-6 H-8 K-5 K-11 K-11 K-4 J-11 F-1 J-11 J-4 E-2 D-2 G-8 J-5 J-5 C-14 C-14 E-2 F-2 E-2 C-11 C-11 G-4 G-4 D-3 J-5
PRINTED WIRING BOARD HIDEAWAY Board (Component Side)
A HIDEAWAY BOARD (COMPONENT SIDE) B
R279 R220 D132 R151
D138 Q119 Q118 Q114 Q113
R288 R118 D108
D109 R289 Q109 D114 Q122
R277 D129 R140 R145
R175 R181 D101 R180
C124 C125 D112
R247 R200 R251 R256
C228 D128 C273 C213 C267 R228 Q107
C137 R255 R201 R258 R260 C222
C149 R282 R159
C158 R290 R171
R216 R215 R212
R210 R207 R206
Q115 R117 Q117
R300 D102 D143
Q116 R107 R106 R227
R229 R231 R233 R235
R185 R187 R194 D126
C212 D140 C157
D124 C249 C159
Q110 R263 C218 R267 R268 L107 R264 C134 C275 L103 C118
F101 R166 C138
L116 C219 C247 R243 C199 R262
R142 R144 C146
R148 C147 R139
Q111 R138 C127 C130
Q112 C144 C110 R115 R114 R119 C172 R223 R132 R133 R134 R135 L104 C116
Q103 R102 R122 R124 Q100 Q101
R129 R127 C129
R100 C269 C268 L115
D100 R214 D125
4-9. PRINTED WIRING BOARD HIDEAWAY Board (Conductor Side)
HIDEAWAY BOARD A
J104 OUTPUT2 R AUDIO L VIDEO R AUDIO J102 OUTPUT1 L VIDEO R AUDIO J103 INPUT L VIDEO CN100 OUT CONTROL (FOR SONY BUS) CN101 IN
Ref. No. D110 D115 D116 D117 D118 D120 D122 D123 D130 D131 D133 D134 D135 IC104 IC105 IC120 IC200 Location H-5 B-2 B-3 I-12 I-12 C-4 B-4 D-12 C-9 C-10 B-6 B-7 C-8 F-7 G-12 D-3 H-12
D115 D116 D122 D120 C184 C183 R177 R179 C182 C181 R176 R170 C152 C150 R182 C258
D134 D130 D131
C263 R271 C259
C260 R275 R273 C256 R276
C261 R274 C262
CN103 (FOR CHECK) TH100
C254 C220 C178 C227
C230 R242 R249
C141 L106 D123 C238
C243 C190 C216 R302 X100
C126 C123 R126
C217 C271 C205
C122 C167 R168 R160 C162
SW100 TV SYSTEM
TU100 TV TUNER UNIT
C163 R296 D118 D117
C139 R153 R154 C142 C131 TP130 C100
C101 C102 R297 R298 C103
S101 S100 SIGNAL SELECT DVX-100 OTHERS IN XVM-R75
S101 -1 -2
S100 -1 -2 CN102 POWER DC 12V
3 ANT IN
OUT REMOTE SIGNAL
3 F1 YEL BLK BLU BATT GND REM (ACC)
IC Block Diagrams IC100 TL1451ACDB
DEAD TIME CONTROL2 NON-INVINPUT2 INVINPUT2 FEED BACK2 OUT2 S.C.P
DATA OUT LINK OFF CLK OUT DATA IN RESET
BUFF LPF PULSE DET PILOT CANCEL BUFF TRIGGER REF GATE BUFF 12 INV AMP VCA
16 VERF. +2.5V VCC REFERENCE VOLTAGE +2.5V SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION COMPARATOR + + VREF/2
+ ERROR AMP2 VERF VERF VERF PWM COMPARATOR2
BUS ON OUT
BUS ON IN
OUTPUT1 S R LATCH R U.V.L.O PWM COMPARATOR1
LPF OUT PILOT IN
6 BIAS 5 GND VOUT VCC IN3
TRIANGLE OSCILLATOR 1 CT 2 RT 3 NON-INVINPUTINVINPUT1
+ ERROR AMP1 GND 5 FEED BACKDEAD TIME CONTROLOUTGND
75 DRIVER BIAS
INPUT CLAMP 24 VIDEO. IN 23 C. CYNC V SYNC SEPARATOR ELECTRIC FIELD STRENGTH JUDGEMENT 22 VDIN
COMPOSITE SYNC SEPARATOR
VCOIN 2 RREF 3 CREF 4 AGND 5 VCO 1/32
21 ADV 20 VMODE
19 AVDD DGND 6 NSOUT 7 OMODE 8 ADETADETADETADETNOISE SUPPRESSOR OUTPUT DRIVER DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR 18 DVDD REDUCED-VOLTAGE DETECTOR RESET
IC108 M38039FFFP-081 (SYSTEM CONTROLLER) Pin No. 1, 6 7, to to 51
Pin No. 54 55, 60 to 64
Pin Name NICAM N.C.O AC N.C.O VCC VREF AVSS N.C.O
I/O O I O I I I
Description Destination setting terminal of TV tuner unit Normally: fixed at L, H: hong kong and south africa area models Not used OSD data clear control signal output to the on screen display controller L: all clear Not used Power supply terminal (+5V) Reference voltage (+5V) input terminal (for A/D, D/A converter) Ground terminal (for A/D, D/A converter) Not used
XT-P50V SECTION 5 EXPLODED VIEW
NOTE: -XX and -X mean standardized parts, so they may have some difference from the original one. Color Indication of Appearance Parts Example: KNOB, BALANCE (WHITE). (RED) Parts Color Cabinet's Color Items marked * are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. Accessories are given in the last of the electrical parts list.
#2 #1 #1
Ref. No. 5
Part No. 1-590-519-21 1-824-336-11 A-3274-571-A 3-376-464-11 1-824-545-11
Ref. No. F1 #1 #2
Part No. 1-824-788-11 1-543-653-11 1-532-796-11 7-685-792-09 7-685-534-19
CORD (WITH CONNECTOR) (BUS) CORD, CONNECTION (RCA) HIDEAWAY BOARD, COMPLETE SCREW (+PTT 2.6X6), GROUND POINT CORD, CONNECTION (STEREO MINI)
CORD, CONNECTION (POWER) CORE ASSY, BEAD (DIVISION TYPE) FUSE (BLADE TYPE) (AUTO FUSE) (5A/32V) SCREW +PTT 2.6X6 (S) SCREW +BTP 2.6X8 TYPE2 N-S
XT-P50V SECTION 6 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
NOTE: Due to standardization, replacements in the parts list may be different from the parts specified in the diagrams or the components used on the set. -XX and -X mean standardized parts, so they may have some difference from the original one. RESISTORS All resistors are in ohms. METAL: Metal-film resistor. METAL OXIDE: Metal oxide-film resistor. F: nonflammable Items marked * are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. SEMICONDUCTORS In each case, u: , for example: uA. : A. uPA. : PA. uPB. : PB. uPC. : PC. uPD. : PD. CAPACITORS uF: F COILS uH: H
When indicating parts by reference number, please include the board.
Ref. No. C140 C141 C142 C143 C144 C145 C146 C147 C148 C149 C150 C151 C152 C153 C154 C155 C156 C157 C158 C159 C160 C162 C163 C164 C165 C166 C167 C168 C169 C170 C171 C172 C173 C174 C175 C176 C177 C178 C180 C181 C182 C183 C184
5% 0.5% 0.5% 5% 5% 5%
1/10W 1/16W 1/16W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W
5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%
1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W
5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%
1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/16W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W
5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%
1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W
1-216-295-11 SHORT CHIP
Ref. No. R259 R260 R261 R262 R263 R264 R265 R266 R267 R268 R269 R270 R271 R272 R273 R274 R275 R276 R277 R278 R279 R280 R281 R282 R283 R284 R287 R288 R289 R290 R291 R292 R293 R295 R296 R297 R298 R299 R300 R301 R302 Part No. Description 10K 10K 1M 1K 0 330K 100K 220 10K 10K 15K 15K 10K 10K 1M 1M 0 1M 100K 4.7K 47K 1M 47K 4.7K 100K 10K 1K 220K 6.8K 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 5% 0.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% Remark 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/16W 1/10W 1/16W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W Ref. No. Part No. Description < VIBRATOR > X100 1-567-890-51 VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL (8MHz) X101 1-567-504-11 OSCILLATOR, CRYSTAL (4.434MHz) ************************************************************** MISCELLANEOUS ************** 7 1-590-519-21 1-824-336-11 1-824-545-11 1-824-788-11 1-543-653-11 CORD (WITH CONNECTOR) (BUS) CORD, CONNECTION (RCA) CORD, CONNECTION (STEREO MINI) CORD, CONNECTION (POWER) CORE ASSY, BEAD (DIVISION TYPE) Remark 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP 1-216-833-11 1-216-857-11 1-218-692-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-851-11 1-218-740-11 1-216-033-00 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-033-00 1-216-041-00 1-216-077-00 1-216-077-00 1-216-073-00 1-216-073-00 1-216-041-00 1-216-041-00 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-022-00 1-216-295-11 1-216-857-11 1-216-857-11 1-216-295-11 1-216-857-11 1-216-097-11 1-216-214-00 1-216-089-11 1-216-857-11 1-216-089-11 1-216-214-00 1-216-097-11 1-216-073-00 1-216-295-11 1-216-295-11 1-216-295-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-049-11 1-216-849-11 1-218-867-11 METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP RES-CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP
|Product Type||LCD monitor|
|Dimensions & Weight Details||LCD monitor : 8 in x 9.6 in x 1.8 in - 2.6 lbs|
|Features||Built-in IR transmitter for headphones|
|Type||LCD monitor - external - motorized|
|Placing / Mounting||Overhead/flipdown|
|Technology||TFT active matrix|
|Image Aspect Ratio||16:9|
|Resolution||1440 x 234|
|Connector Type||3 x composite video/audio input 1 x composite video/audio output 1 x DC power output 1 x DC power output 2 x headphones|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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