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Friday, June 15, 2007
WALL MOUNT BRACKET SUPPORT MURAL
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YAMAHA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION, USA 6660 ORANGETHORPE AVE., BUENA PARK, CALIF. 90620, U.S.A. YAMAHA CANADA MUSIC LTD. 135 MILNER AVE., SCARBOROUGH, ONTARIO M1S 3R1, CANADA YAMAHA ELECTRONIK EUROPA G.m.b.H. SIEMENSSTR. 22-34, 25462 RELLINGEN BEI HAMBURG, GERMANY YAMAHA ELECTRONIQUE FRANCE S.A. RUE AMBROISE CROIZAT BP70 CROISSY-BEAUBOURG 77312 MARNE-LA-VALLEE CEDEX02, FRANCE YAMAHA ELECTRONICS (UK) LTD. YAMAHA HOUSE, 200 RICKMANSWORTH ROAD WATFORD, HERTS WD18 7GQ, ENGLAND YAMAHA SCANDINAVIA A.B. J A WETTERGRENS GATA 1, BOX 30053, VSTRA FRLUNDA, SWEDEN YAMAHA MUSIC AUSTRALIA PTY, LTD. 17-33 MARKET ST., SOUTH MELBOURNE, 3205 VIC., AUSTRALIA
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DIMENSIONS DIMENSIONS ABMESSUNGEN MATTSKISSER DIMENSIONI DIMENSIONES Large wall mount bracket Grand support mural Groe Wandhalterung Stort vggmonteringsfste Staffa di installazione a muro grande Soporte de montaje en pared grande
305 282.5 252.5 222.5 192.5 162.5 132.5 102.5 72.282.5 252.5 222.5 192.5 162.5 132.5 102.5
SPM-K30 YSP-800/ YSP-900
72.5 102.5 132.5 162.5
102.5 132.5 162.5 305
4- 7 630
325 302.5 272.5 242.5 212.5 182.5 152.5 122.5 92.302.5 272.5 242.5 212.5 182.5 152.5 122.5
SPM-K30 YSP-3000/ YSP-30D/ YSP-3050/ HYT-7030
92.5 122.5 152.5 182.5
122.5 152.5 182.5 325
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355 332.5 302.5 272.5 242.5 212.5 182.5 152.5 102.332.5 302.5 272.5 242.5 212.5 182.5 152.5
SPM-K30 YSP-4000/ YSP-40D/ HTY-7040
122.5 152.5 182.5 212.5 312.5 355
152.5 182.5 212.5 355
Small wall mount bracket Petit support mural Kleine Wandhalterung Litet vggmonteringsfste Staffa di installazione a muro piccola Soporte de montaje en pared pequeo
B 0.1kg x 2
2- 4.5 30
2- 4.5 6.2
0.1kg x 2
Unit with bracket Le systme avec son support Einheit mit Halterung Ljudprojektorn med fstet Unit con staffa Unidad con mnsula
Toestel met de beugel
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WALL MOUNT BRACKET
Thank you very much for purchasing the Wall Mount Bracket SPM-K30. Be sure to read this manual thoroughly before using this bracket. After you have read this manual, retain it for future reference.
When installing the Digital Sound Projector using this bracket, all installation work must be performed by a qualified contractor or dealer personnel. The customer must never attempt to perform this installation work. Improper or inadequate installation could cause the Digital Sound Projector to fall, resulting in personal injury.
Always follow the instructions set forth in this manual when installing the Digital Sound Projector using this bracket. Improper or inadequate installation could cause the Digital Sound Projector to fall, resulting in personal injury. The installation must be secure enough to bear the weight of the Digital Sound Projector, the wall bracket and other hardware indefinitely, and must also be secure enough to withstand vibrations. Improper or inadequate installation could cause the Digital Sound Projector to fall, resulting in personal injury. To ensure safety, all screws must be tightened securely. Loose screws could cause the Digital Sound Projector to fall, resulting in personal injury. Make sure to leave adequate ventilation space around the unit to allow heat generated by the Digital Sound Projector to dissipate. Failure to provide adequate space around the unit could cause the Digital Sound Projector to overheat internally, resulting in a fire. Never hang from the Digital Sound Projector or the wall bracket. Hanging from the Digital Sound Projector or the wall bracket could cause the Digital Sound Projector or the wall bracket to fall, resulting in personal injury. Once the Digital Sound Projector is installed, safety checks should be conducted on a regular basis. If the Digital Sound Projector is used over an extended period of time, screws can become loose and the installation can become weaker due to the passage of time, vibrations, etc.
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Check that all of the following parts are included. Large wall mount bracket (LEFT) (x1) Large wall mount bracket (RIGHT) (x1)
Small wall mount brackets (Type A) (x2)
Small wall mount brackets (Type B) (x2)
Safety wires (x2)
Length 300 mm
Projector mounting screws (M6, 16 mm) (x6)
Projector mounting screws (M4, 10 mm) (x10)
Washers (for M6, 16 mm of outer circumference) (x4)
Note Prepare at least six sets of commercially available tapping screws ( 4 mm, 25 mm or more in length) and washers in addition to the accessories shown above.
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The dimensions after assembling the parts vary depending on the type of the Digital Sound Projector. Check the positions of the screw holes before assembling the parts.
Projector mounting screws (M4) (supplied)
YSP-3000, YSP-30D, YSP-3050, HTY-7030
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YSP-4000, YSP-40D, HTY-7040
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Make sure to leave adequate ventilation space around the unit and follow the instructions below. The illustrations used in each step are the examples of YSP-800 and YSP-900.
1 Attach the large wall mount bracket to the wall.
In order to secure the unit to the wall, you will need to attach the bracket to the wall first in a manner befitting the structure and quality of the wall. Choose a location where the wall can bear the weight of the whole unit. Before installing the bracket, make sure of the size (see DIMENSIONS on the first page of this manual). 4 mm Tapping Screw (commercially available) Installation example In order to secure the unit to the wall, drive six (or more) tapping screws from the outside through the holes in the wall mount bracket.
Washer (commercially available) Installing into a dry wall 25 mm or more Installing directly into a wall, etc. 25 mm or more
Beam, etc. Dry wall Note Choose a secure wall or beam to fasten the screws. Do not install them into walls made of weak material that can easily come off, such as mortar or plywood wall panels. Loose screws could cause the projector to fall, resulting in personal injury.
2 Detach the metal apparatuses from the Digital Sound Projector. (Some models of YSP-800 only)
If the metal apparatuses are attached to the rear panel of your Digital Sound Projector, detach them from the rear left and right sides. If the metal apparatuses are not attached to the rear panel of your Digital Sound Projector, proceed to step 3.
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3 Attach the small wall mount brackets to the Digital Sound Projector.
The small wall mount brackets vary depending on the type of the Digital Sound Projector. Refer to the following table for details on the type of the Digital Sound Projector and the compatible small wall mound brackets (Type A or B). Use supplied projector mounting screws (M6 x 4 for YSP-4000, YSP-40D or HTY-7040 and M4 x 8 for other models) to securely attach the two small wall mount brackets to the rear left and right sides of the Digital Sound Projector. YSP-4000/YSP-40D/HTY-7040 Digital Sound Projector YSP-800 YSP-900 YSP-3000 YSP-30D YSP-3050 HTY-7030 YSP-4000 YSP-40D HTY-7040 Small wall mount bracket Type A Projector mounting screws (M6) (supplied) Type B Rear View Digital Sound Projector
Attach the brackets to the rear left and right sides of the Digital Sound Projector. YSP-3000/YSP-30D/HTY-7030/ YSP-3050 Rear View Digital Sound Projector YSP-800/YSP-900 Rear View
Small wall mount bracket (Type B)
Digital Sound Projector
Projector mounting screws (M4) (supplied) Small wall mount bracket (Type A) Small wall mount bracket (Type B)
Notes In the unit of the model that the metal apparatuses are not attached, there are felt covers in the holes. In this case, tighten the screws to puncture the felt covers. If you tighten the screws on the slant, the screw threads in the projector might be broken. Be careful when using electric tools.
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4 Attach the safety wire.
Attach the safety wire to the small wall mount bracket to prevent the Digital Sound Projector from falling. Slip one end through the loop at the other end Slip the safety wire between the bracket and the projector
Repeat the same procedure for the other bracket.
5 Mount the Digital Sound Projector on the wall.
Fit the mounting guide hooks of the small wall mount brackets attached to the Digital Sound Projector into the holes on the left and right sides of the large wall mount bracket and then slide the unit to the right. Fit the hook into the hole.
Slide the unit to the right.
Note Hold the Digital Sound Projector tight with both hands when attaching or removing the Digital Sound Projector to or from the wall. Holding the Digital Sound Projector loosely could cause the Digital Sound Projector to fall, resulting in personal injury.
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6 Secure the unit.
Align the holes in the large wall mount bracket with the holes in the bottom of the small wall mount brackets, and then use two of the supplied projector mounting screws (M6 x 16) to secure the unit. The positions of the screw holes vary depending on the type of the Digital Sound Projector. Refer to the following illustrations and check the correct positions of the screw holes used to secure your Digital Sound Projector. YSP-800/YSP-900 Digital Sound Projector Bottom View Projector mounting screws (M6) (supplied)
Use the inward screw hole on each side to secure your Digital Sound Projector. YSP-3000/YSP-30D/YSP-3050/HTY-7030/ YSP-4000/YSP-40D/HTY-7040 Digital Sound Projector Bottom View Projector mounting screws (M6) (supplied)
Use the outward screw hole on each side to secure your Digital Sound Projector.
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7 Attach the safety wires to the wall.
Pass the screws (commercially available) through the loops of the safety wires and then tighten the screws to secure the safety wires to the wall. Make sure that the screws are strong enough to bear the weight of the Digital Sound Projector and the brackets in case they fall. Screw (commercially available)
Secure the safety wire to the wall.
Notes Attach the safety wires tight. Keep the 2 other washers for future use.
Limited Guarantee for European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland
Thank you for having chosen a Yamaha product. In the unlikely event that your Yamaha product needs guarantee service, please contact the dealer from whom it was purchased. If you experience any difficulty, please contact Yamaha representative office in your country. You can find full details on our website (www.yamaha-hifi.com/ or www.yamaha-uk.com/ for U.K. resident). The product is guaranteed to be free from defects in workmanship or materials for a period of two years from the date of the original purchase. Yamaha undertakes, subject to the conditions listed below, to have the faulty product or any part(s) repaired, or replaced at Yamahas discretion, without any charge for parts or labour. Yamaha reserves the right to replace a product with that of a similar kind and/or value and condition, where a model has been discontinued or is considered uneconomic to repair. Conditions
1. The original invoice or sales receipt (showing date of purchase, product code and dealers name) MUST accompany the defective product, along with a
statement detailing the fault. In the absence of this clear proof of purchase, Yamaha reserves the right to refuse to provide free of charge service and the product may be returned at the customers expense.
2. The product MUST have been purchased from an AUTHORISED Yamaha dealer within the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland. 3. The product must not have been the subject of any modifications or alterations, unless authorised in writing by Yamaha. 4. The following are excluded from this guarantee: a. Periodic maintenance and repair or replacement of parts due to normal wear and tear. b. Damage resulting from: (1) Repairs performed by the customer himself or by an unauthorised third party. (2) Inadequate packaging or mishandling, when the product is in transit from the customer. Please note that it is the customers responsibility to
ensure the product is adequately packaged when returning the product for repair.
(3) Misuse, including but not limited to (a) failure to use the product for its normal purpose or in accordance with Yamahas instructions on the proper
use, maintenance and storage, and (b) installation or use of the product in a manner inconsistent with the technical or safety standards in force in the country where it is used. (4) Accidents, lightning, water, fire, improper ventilation, battery leakage or any cause beyond Yamahas control. (5) Defects of the system into which this product is incorporated and/or incompatibility with third party products. (6) Use of a product imported into the EEA and/or Switzerland, not by Yamaha, where that product does not conform to the technical or safety standards of the country of use and/or to the standard specification of a product sold by Yamaha in the EEA and/or Switzerland. (7) Non AV (Audio Visual) related products. (Products subject to Yamaha AV Guarantee Statement are defined in our website at www.yamaha-hifi.com/ or www.yamaha-uk.com/ for U.K. resident.) Where the guarantee differs between the country of purchase and the country of use of the product, the guarantee of the country of use shall apply. Yamaha may not be held responsible for any losses or damages, whether direct, consequential or otherwise, save for the repair or replacement of the product. Please backup any custom settings or data, as Yamaha may not be held responsible for any alteration or loss to such settings or data. This guarantee does not affect the consumers statutory rights under applicable national laws in force or the consumers rights against the dealer arising from their sales/purchase contract.
DIGITAL SOUND PROJECTOR
This manual has been provided for the use of authorized YAMAHA Retailers and their service personnel. It has been assumed that basic service procedures inherent to the industry, and more specifically YAMAHA Products, are already known and understood by the users, and have therefore not been restated.
Failure to follow appropriate service and safety procedures when servicing this product may result in personal injury, destruction of expensive components, and failure of the product to perform as specified. For these reasons, we advise all YAMAHA product owners that any service required should be performed by an authorized YAMAHA Retailer or the appointed service representative. IMPORTANT: The presentation or sale of this manual to any individual or firm does not constitute authorization, certification or recognition of any applicable technical capabilities, or establish a principle-agent relationship of any form. The data provided is believed to be accurate and applicable to the unit(s) indicated on the cover. The research, engineering, and service departments of YAMAHA are continually striving to improve YAMAHA products. Modifications are, therefore, inevitable and specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation to retrofit. Should any discrepancy appear to exist, please contact the distributor's Service Division.
Static discharges can destroy expensive components. Discharge any static electricity your body may have accumulated by grounding yourself to the ground buss in the unit (heavy gauge black wires connect to this buss). IMPORTANT: Turn the unit OFF during disassembly and part replacement. Recheck all work before you apply power to the unit.
TO SERVICE PERSONNEL.. 2 FRONT PANELS.. 3 REAR PANELS... 45 REMOTE CONTROL PANELS.. 5 SPECIFICATIONS /.. 67 INTERNAL VIEW... 7.. 8 SET MENU TABLE / SERVICE PRECAUTIONS /. 9. 917 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES UPDATING FIRMWARE /... 1824 SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION /... 2546 DISPLAY DATA... 47 IC DATA... 4857 BLOCK DIAGRAMS... 5859 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS.. 6067 PIN CONNECTION DIAGRAMS.. 68 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS.. 6972 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST.. 7385 REMOTE CONTROL... 8687 ADJUSTING SYSTEM PARAMETERS /... 8891
2007 All rights reserved. This manual is copyrighted by YAMAHA and may not be copied or redistributed either in print or electronically without permission.
P.O.Box 1, Hamamatsu, Japan
I TO SERVICE PERSONNEL
1. Critical Components Information Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced with parts having specifications equal to those originally installed. 2. Leakage Current Measurement (For 120V Models Only) When service has been completed, it is imperative to verify that all exposed conductive surfaces are properly insulated from supply circuits.
EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST
AC LEAKAGE TESTER OR EQUIVALENT
Meter impedance should be equivalent to 1500 ohms shunted by 0.15F.
Leakage current must not exceed 0.5mA. Be sure to test for leakage with the AC plug in both polarities.
WARNING: CHEMICAL CONTENT NOTICE!
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, or birth defects or other reproductive harm. DO NOT PLACE SOLDER, ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC OR PLASTIC COMPONENTS IN YOUR MOUTH FOR ANY REASON WHAT SO EVER! Avoid prolonged, unprotected contact between solder and your skin! When soldering, do not inhale solder fumes or expose eyes to solder/flux vapor! If you come in contact with solder or components located inside the enclosure of this product, wash your hands before handling food.
2) BEAM MENU
E) DD/DTS Dynamic Range F) TruBass A) SETTING PARAMETERS
DD/DTS Dynamic Range TruBass INSTALLED POSITION ROOM WIDTH ROOM LENGTH USER POSITION TO L WALL
SWFR, [FRONT] 100, , 150 Hz -20 to 0 dB, [0 dB], step 1.0 dB 0.3 to 15.0 m, [3.0 m], step 0.1 m 1.0 to 50.0 ft, [10.0 ft], step 0.5 ft [MUTE], -20 dB 0 to 160 ms, [0 ms], step 1 ms Maximum changes with the modes. / MIN, STD, [MAX] OFF, [ON] [FLAT TO WALL], ANGLE TO WALL OR CORNER 2.0 to 12.0 m, step 0.1 m 6.5 to 40.0 ft, step 0.5 ft 2.0 to 12.0 m, step 0.1 m 6.5 to 40.0 ft, step 0.5 ft 1.8 to 9.0 m, step 0.1 m 6.0 to 30.0 ft, step 0.5 ft 0.6 to 11.4 m, step 0.1 m 2.0 ft to 38.0 ft, step 0.5 ft
B) BEAM ADJUSTMENT
a) HORIZONTL ANGLE
-90 to +90 deg, step 1 deg
Front L Front R Center Surround L Surround R b) BEAM TRAVEL LENGTH Front L Front R Center Surround L Surround R c) FOCAL LENGTH Front L Front R Center
0.3 to 24.0 m, step 0.1 m 1.0 to 80.0 ft, step 0.5 ft
-1.0 to 13.0 m, step 0.1 m -3.5 to 43.5 ft, step 0.5 ft -1.0 to 13.0 m, [-0.3 m], step 0.1 m -3.5 to 43.5 ft, [-1.0 ft], step 0.5 ft -1.0 to 13.0 m, step 0.1 m -3.5 to 43.5 ft, step 0.5 ft d) TREBLE GAIN
Surround L Surround R Front L Front R Center Surround L Surround R C) IMAGE LOCATION
-12.0 to +12.0 dB, [0 dB], step 0.5 dB
[OFF], ON 0 to 95%, [0%], step 5% A) INPUT MODE B) INPUT TRIM
3) INPUT MENU
IMAGE LOCATION LEFT L |---- C RIGHT C ----| R > AUTO, LAST TV/STB VCR AUX DVD C) INPUT RENAME
ANALOG DIGITAL ANALOG DIGITAL DIGITAL
-6.0 to 0.0 dB, [-3.0 dB], step 0.5 dB
4) DISPLAY MENU
A) F. DISPLAY SET
STANDARD DIMMER AUTO DIMMER OSD SHIFT
Max: 8 character space, A to Z, 0 to 9, a to z, #, *, +, ,, -,., /, :, <, >, ? -2, -1, [OFF] [OFF], -1 to -3, DISPLAY OFF -5 to +5, , step 1
4 LANGUAGE SETUP
B) OSD SET C) UNIT SET > METERS, FEET (T, K, A, B, G, E, L, V models) ENGLISH (English) DEUTSCH (German) Franais (French) ESPAOL (Spanish) ITALIANO (Italian) NEDERLANDS (Dutch) (Russian)
I SERVICE PRECAUTIONS /
Some internal parts in this product contain high voltages and are dangerous. Be sure to take safety measures during servicing, such as wearing insulating gloves. Note that positions indicated below are dangerous even after the power is turned off because an electric charge remains and a high voltage continues to exist there. Before starting any repair work, perform discharge by connecting a discharge resistor (5k-ohms/10W) between terminals at following positions. The time required for discharging is about 30 seconds. 1. C502 on INPUT (1) P.C.B. 2. C523 on INPUT (1) P.C.B. Refer to PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS: INPUT (1) P.C.B.
Panel side R 3 Bottom view 3 Bottom cover
Panel side L
Caution for P.C.B. replacement
When replacing INPUT (1) and INPUT (2) P.C.B.s, be sure to replace them at the same time. Installing either P.C.B. of different version from the other may cause failure of operation.
I DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES /
(Remove parts in the order as numbered.)
Cautions for disassembly and reassembly:
Disconnect the power cable from the AC outlet. Spread soft cloth or the like and perform the work on it. Use full care as you may be injured by the front grille or other part. All screws must be tightened securely to prevent air leakage. Check the number of screws and their positions when installing them. When installing parts, be careful not to have anything such as cables caught between other parts. Make sure that all the removed driver (tweeter) parts are reinstalled at specified positions.
2. Removal of Top Cover
a. Remove 6 screws (7), 4 screws (8) and 9 screws (9). (Fig. 2) b. Remove the top cover rearward. 9
Disassembly Procedures as far as P.C.B.s 1. Removal of Bottom Cover
a. Remove 3 screws (1) and then remove the side panel L. (Fig. 1) b. Remove 3 screws (2) and then remove the side panel R. (Fig. 1) c. Remove 30 screws (3), 4 screws (4), 4 screws (5) and 5 screws (6). (Fig. 1) d. Remove the bottom cover rearward. 5 6
Top cover 9
Fig. 2 9
3. Removal of Grille Front
a. b. c. d. Remove 5 screws (0) and 4 screws (A). (Fig. 3) Remove the front panel forward. (Fig. 3) Remove 12 screws (B) and 2 screws (C). (Fig. 3) Remove the grille front forward. (Fig. 3) 0 B A C
4. Removal of Grille Net assy (YSP-500)
a. Remove 5 screws (D) and then remove the grille net assy. (Fig. 3) D
CB605 CB606 CB203 CB205 Binding tie
I H I DSP P.C.B. H CB604 CB607 CB601 CB204 Support P.C.B. CB603 CB602
Grille net ass'y ASSY B 0 B
5. Removal of DSP P.C.B.
a. b. c. d. e. f. Remove 12 screws (E). (Fig. 4) Remove 3 screws (F). (Fig. 5) Remove the frame top. (Fig. 4) Remove 6 screws (G). (Fig. 4) Remove CB203-205 and CB601-607. (Fig. 4) Remove the DSP P.C.B. (Fig. 4) E F G
Rear panel Rear view F
6. Removal of INPUT (1) and (2) P.C.B.s
* When replacing INPUT (1) and INPUT (2) P.C.B.s, be sure to replace them at the same time. Installing either P.C.B. of different version from the other may cause failure of operation. H I J K
3. Select the data and port. DSP HEX FILE Select YSP500_data1_Verx_xr.hex. RS232C Select the port of RS-232C.
Select the firmware
Select the port of RS-232C
* The port selection varies depending on OS of the PC. Windows 98/2000/Me. COM1-4 Windows XP.. COM1-2 As no port other than the above can be used, select the port using the setting of the PC. 4. Click [RDY] to set to the standby mode.
5. Connect the power cable of main unit to the AC outlet. While pressing the VOL+ key and VOL- key of the main unit, press the STANDBY/ON key of the remote control to activate the self-diagnostic function. a. Using the UP or DOWN key of the remote control, select the self-diagnostic function menu in the figure below.
b. Using the LEFT or RIGHT key of the remote control, select the self-diagnostic function sub-menu in the figure below.
T1 Write [OFF]
c. Using the ENTER key of the remote control, change setting as shown below. Writing of the firmware is started.
T1 Write [ON ]
Change OFF to ON
6. When the program transmission is completed, the screen appears as shown below.
7. Check the SUM. After downloading successfully, the value of SUM from SET is appeared. The procedure is completed when the value of SUM from FILE and SUM from SET matches. * When the displayed firmware version and checksum are different from written firmware version and checksum, repeat the steps from 1 to 8 of Writing to the DSP again.
Confirm the value of SUM
8. Press the STANDBY/ON key of the main unit to turn off the power. 9. Disconnect the power cable of main unit from the AC outlet. 10.End FlashSta. exe. 11.Disconnect the RS232C cross cable, RS232C conversion jig and flexible flat cable. Initializing of the main unit * After updating the firmware, be sure to initialize the main unit. 1. Connect the power cable of main unit to the AC outlet. 2. While pressing the VOL+ key and VOL- key of the main unit, press the STANDBY/ON key of the remote control to activate the self-diagnostic function. 3. Select the self-diagnostic function menu 8. FACTORY PRESET. 4. Select the PRESET RSRV.
I SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION /
This unit has self-diagnostic functions that are intended for inspection, measurement and location of faulty point. There are 21 main menu items, each of which has submenu items. Listed in the table below are main menu items and submenu items. Note that not all menu items listed will apply to the models covered in this service manual. No.
DSP THROUGH 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 1. 2. 3. 1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 1. 2. 1. 2. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28.
ALL FRONT L CENTER FRONT R SURROUND R SURROUND L LFE ALL FRONT L CENTER FRONT R SURROUND R SURROUND L LFE PRO LOGIC I (PRO LOGIC EMULATION) PRO LOGIC II Neo: 6 MIC CHECK VFD CHECK (Initial display / ) VFD DISP OFF (All segments OFF / VFD DISP ALL (All segments ON 100% / VFD DIMMER (All segments ON 50% / CHECKED PATTERN (ON in lattice / ) CHECKED SEGMENT (1 segment lighting / TEST ALL TEST FRONT L TEST CENTER TEST FRONT R TEST SURROUND R TEST SURROUND L TEST LFE TxD/RxD DATA HARD FLOW (Not applied to these models. / PRESET INHIBIT (memory initialization inhibited / PRESET RESERVED (memory initialized / PS (protection1) P2 (protection2) P3 (protection3) K0 / K1 (panel key) IS 1 IS 2 IS 3 CS 1 CS 2 CS 3 CS 4 CS 5 CS 6 BS 1 BS 2 BS 3 BS 4 BS 5 BS 6 BS 7 DS 1 DS 2 T 11 T 12 T 13 T 21 (Not applied to these models. / T 22 (Not applied to these models. / T 23 (Not applied to these models. / Y 11 (Not applied to these models. / Y 12 (Not applied to these models. / Y 21 (Not applied to these models. / Y 22 (Not applied to these models. /
DSP THR FRONT L FRONT L output. LFE is output through FRONT L only but not in digital full bit.
1.DSP THR FL
DSP THR CENTER CENTER output. LFE is output through CENTER only but not in digital full bit.
1.DSP THR C
DSP THR FRONT R FRONT R output. LFE is output through FRONT R only but not in digital full bit.
1.DSP THR FR
DSP THR SURROUND R SURROUND R output. LFE is output through SURROUND R only but not in digital full bit.
1.DSP THR SR
DSP THR SURROUND L SURROUND L output. LFE is output through SURROUND L only but not in digital full bit.
1.DSP THR SL
DSP THR LFE (SUBWOOFER OUT) LFE output.
1.DSP THR LFE
L/R L/R L/L
LFE (SUBWOOFER OUT)
2. RAM THROUGH
The signal is not changed into beam and output from the channel specified by the sub-menu. When 2CH signals are input, they are distributed as follows at DSP (IC206 DSP P.C.B.). L CH.. FRONT L, SURROUND L, CENTER, LFE R CH. FRONT R, SURROUND R Delay of each channel processed at DSP (IC206 DSP P.C.B.) is valid. RAM THR ALL All outputs (FRONT L/R, CENTER, SURROUND L/R, LFE) are provided.
2.RAM THR ALL
RAM THR FRONT L FRONT L output. LFE is output through FRONT L only but not in digital full bit.
2.RAM THR FL
RAM THR CENTER CENTER output. LFE is output through CENTER only but not in digital full bit.
2.RAM THR C
RAM THR FRONT R FRONT R output. LFE is output through FRONT R only but not in digital full bit.
2.RAM THR FR
RAM THR SURROUND R SURROUND R output. LFE is output through SURROUND R only but not in digital full bit.
2.RAM THR SR
RAM THR SURROUND L SURROUND L output. LFE is output through SURROUND L only but not in digital full bit.
2.RAM THR SL
RAM THR LFE (SUBWOOFER OUT) LFE output.
2.RAM THR LFE
3. PRO LOGIC / Neo:6
PRO LOGIC I, II, Neo:6 can be selected from the submenu items. PRO LOGIC I (PRO LOGIC EMULATION)
3.PRO LOGIC I
PRO LOGIC II
3.PRO LOGIC II
4. MIC CHECK
The signal inputted through the microphone is output via AD-DA at the output terminal of the subwoofer.
5. VFD CHECK
Use this program to check the FL display section and video control section. When checking the video control section, prepare a monitor and video pin cable and connect them. Selection of the FL display section or video control section varies according to the submenu operation on the next page.
YSP-500/HTY-750 Checking FL display section / Check of the Video control section. (Video out) /
Initial display / Initial display (main menu items) /
All segments OFF / OSD OFF /
All segments ON (dimmer 100 %) / OSD OFF /
OSD characters 1 ON /
All segments ON (dimmer 50 %) /
[Sample: YSP-500 (G model)]
OSD characters 2 ON / Lighting of segments in lattice /
Lighting in lattice /
1 segment lighting /
OSD background color display / OSD background color display Have each plain color background displayed. For selection of the background, use Confirm and Return keys of the remote controller.
Have each segment lit up. For selection of the segment, use Confirm and Return keys of the remote controller.
6. MANUAL TEST
The noise generator with a built-in DSP outputs the test noise through the channels specified by the submenu. The noise frequency is 30 to 80Hz for LFE but 500 to 2kHz for others.
TEST FRONT L
Noise is output from all channels.
6.TEST FRNT L
Noise is output from the FRONT L channel.
Noise is output from the CENTER channel.
TEST FRONT R
TEST SURROUND R
TEST SURROUND L
6.TEST FRNT R
Noise is output from the FRONT R channel.
6.TEST SURR R
Noise is output from the SURROUND R channel.
6.TEST SURR L
Noise is output from the SURROUND L channel.
Noise is output from the SUBWOOFER channel.
This menu is used to check transmission of the data and the flow port of the hardware. With the power turned off, short between pins No. 2 (RxD) and No. 3 (TxD), and between pins No. 7 (RTS) and No. 8 (CTS) of the RS232C terminal. (Be sure to turn off the power when shorting the pins.) Start self-diagnostic function and select the menu. There are two sub-menu items.
TxD/RxD DATA The sub-menu is used to check transmission of the test data. OK appears when the data is transmitted properly and NG when it is not. In this mode, NULL command transmission is continued after the test command is transmitted.
HARD FLOW Not applied to these models.
8. FACTORY PRESET
This menu is used to reserve and inhibit initialization of the back-up RAM.
PRESET INHIBIT (Initialization inhibited) / RAM initialization is not executed. Select this sub-menu to protect the values set by the user.
PRESET RESERVED (Initialization reserved) / Initialization of the back-up RAM is reserved. (Actually, initialization is executed the next time that the power is turned on.) Select this sub-menu to reset to the original factory settings or to reset the RAM. Any protection history will be cleared.
9. AD DATA CHECK
This menu is used to display the A/D conversion value of the main microprocessor which detects panel keys of the main unit and protection functions in % using the sub-menu. During signal processing, the condition before execution is maintained. PS (Power supply voltage protection detection) * When the value of PS, P2 and P3 is not at the normal value level, the protection function works and the power is turned off. (Reference voltage: 3.3V=100%) PS (PS1) Voltage detects: Normal value: P2 (PS2) Voltage detects: Normal value: P3 (PS3) Voltage detects: Normal value: -24 V, +5.3X (B model), +5 V, +5I (A, B models) 48.7 to 91.3 % (1.6 to 3.0 V) +12 V, T+10 (K, A, G, E, L, V models), D+12 63.9 to 88.2 % (2.1 to 2.9 V) +3.3 V 66.9 to 85.2 % (2.2 to 2.8 V)
* The normal value has been revised from 2.5V (measured value) to 3.3V (indicated value) by the voltage dividing resistor.
K0/K1 (Panel key of main unit) A/D of the key fails to function properly when the standard value is deviated by 2%. In this case, check the constant of voltage dividing resistor, solder condition, etc. (Reference voltage: 3.3V=100%)
K0 VOLUME + INPUT NO KEY
K1 VOLUME NO KEY
10.IF STATUS (Input function status)
Using the sub-menu, the status data is displayed one after another in the hexadecimal notation. During signal processing, the status before execution of this menu is maintained. * The details of the following status information can not be disclosed because of the development purpose. * The figures in the diagram are given as reference only. IS1-3 (Internal status): Indicates the status information of the microprocessor.
O O O O O O O O O Output L0 Analog input selection (IN_SEL_1: TC4052BF) Analog input selection (IN_SEL_0: TC4052BF)
128 PVSS P131 VCC1 P133 PPAVSS 140 P105 P104 P103 P102 P101
KI3 KI2 KI1 KI0
RTP33 RTP32 RTP31 RTP30 RTP13 RTP12 RTP11
Rx O AN150 Tx AN7 A-D IN AN6 A-D IN AN5 AN4 AN3 AN2 AN1
Power supply +3.3V Destination discrimination by AD value [0 to VREF] Power voltage detection (PS Protect) IN [0 to VREF] 3.3V power activation detection (PS3 Protect) IN A-D IN [0 to VREF] +3.3V_DET A-D IN Power voltage detection 2 (PS2 Protect) IN [0 to VREF] A-D IN KEY0 AD value taken in A-D IN KEY1 AD value taken in Connect to Vss (GND) A-D IN Model select IN A- D, D-A reference voltage input Connect to VCC terminal (+3.3V) [0 to VREF] [0 to VREF] Pull-down [0 to VREF]
141 VREF PAVCC P97
Key detection for A/D port Pull-up resistance 10 k-ohms R [ohm] 0 V [V] 0~0.165 KEY 0 VOLUME+ (138 Pin) KEY 1 VOLUME(139 Pin) +1.2 k ~0.495 INPUT NO KEY
Destination for AD port Pull-up resistance 10 k-ohms R [ohm] V [V] 15 k 24 k ~2.475 V, K 39 k ~2.805 (U, C) 91 k ~3.135 T, A, B, G, L, E (YSP-500) (Pull-up) ~3.3 J
~2.145 B, G, E (133 Pin) (HTY-750)
PS_PROTECT Vref=3.3 V Abnormal voltage detection range ~1.6 V LOW 3.0 V~ HI ~2.2 V LOW 2.8 V~ HI ~2.1 V LOW 2.9 V~ HI Protection module definition value PS Value % 0~124 PS Low 48.7 % 233~255 PS Hi 91.3 % 0~171 PS3Low 66.9 % 217~255 PS3Hi 85.2 % 0~163 PS2Low 63.9 % 225~255 PS2Hi 88.2 % Normal range value 125~232 172~216 164~224
VOL_DET1 (134 Pin) +3.3 V_DET (135 Pin) VOL_DET2 (136 Pin)
A YSP-500/HTY-750 1
I BLOCK DIAGRAMS
DSP See page 69-70
XTAL (24.576MHz) (XL201)
(Writing port for factory) (CB201)
From/To Microprocessor (IC211)
SCKB SDMB SDD /CS_SPJ1 /IC_SPJ /DISABLE_SPJ /IRQO_SPJ1 D3_MUTEN D3_PROTN
+3.3V DVDD AVDD
28 XMCK RMCK RBCK RLRCK RDATA SDIN XMCK RMCK RBCK RWCK DIRSDO ADSDO
24MD 24MA RMCK RBCK RWCK DIRSDO 130 CLKIN AHCLKX0 ACLKR0 AFSR0 AXR0
OUTPL 44-46 OUTML 39-41
L DRIVER WOOFER R
/EMU /EMU TCK TDO TDI
SCK SI SO /CS /IC /DABLE /IRQO
D-AMP YDA147-SZE2 INLP (IC603)
DVD (T, K, A, B, G, E, L, V models) AUX (J model) DVD 2
OUTPR 15-17 OUTMR 20-22
DIR LC89057W (IC203)
+3.3V DQ15-0 A10-0 BA /CS 16Mbit SDRAM /RAS /CAS W9816G6CH-7 /WE (IC210) UDQM LDQM CLK CKE EMD[15:0] EMA[10:0] EMBA0 /EMCS0 /EMRAS /EMCAS /EMWE EMDQM1 EMDQM0 EMCLK EMCKE EM_D[15:0] EM_A[11:0] EM_BA /EM_CS /EM_RAS /EM_CAS /EM_WE EM_/WE_DQM EM_/WE_DQM EM_CLK EM_CKE
DIGITAL POWER AMP.
OUTP7,OUTM7 20,16 OUTP6,OUTM6 14,10
BOUT7(P,M) BOUT6(P,M) BOUT5(P,M) BOUT4(P,M) BOUT3(P,M) BOUT2(P,M) BOUT1(P,M) BOUT0(P,M) DRIVER TWEETER X8
AUX (T, K, A, B, G, E, L, V models) DVD (J mode) DAUX2 5
CL DI DO CE XMODE /INT +12V
SCKA SDMA SDD /CSDIR /ICDIR /INTDIR
AXR0 AXR0 AXR0 AXR0
TISDO_F TISDO_S TISDO_C TISDO_W +5VP2(D+5) +5VA2(+5A) +3.3V
SDI0 SDI1 SDI2 SDI3 PVDD* AVDD* VDD VDD3V
YDA141-SZ (IC602) OUTP4,OUTM4 93,89
OUTP3,OUTM3 83,87 OUTP2,OUTM2 68,72 OUTP1,OUTM1 62,66
DVDD +5A D15-0 A0 A12-1 A13 A14 4Mbit Flash A15 A16 VCC MX29LV400CBTC-70G A17 A18 (IC212) /CE /WE /OE /RESET 12 EMD[15:0] EMBA1 EMA[11:0] EMA12 EMA13 EMA14 EMA15 EMA16 EMA17 /EMCS2 /EMWE /EMOE /ICTIA 104 EM_BA AHCLKX1 AMUTE1 AMUTE0 AHCLKR0 AFSX1 ACLKX1 /EM_CS /EM_OE
VCR TV/STB OPTIMIZER MIC
14,5 15,2 11,4
1X 1Y 2X 2Y 3X 3Y B
INPUT X-COM SELECTOR TC4052BF (IC4) Y-COM
SDATO MCLK BCLK LRCLK
XTAL (14.688MHz) (XL601) 24MD TIBCK TIWCK TISDO_F TISDO_S TISDO_C TISDO_SW +5VP1(D+5) +5VA1(+5A) +3.3V DVDD +3.3V +5A SW_OUT
20,16 14,10 8, 4 93,89 83,87 68,72 62,66 56,60
AOUT7(P,M) AOUT6(P,M) AOUT5(P,M) AOUT4(P,M) AOUT3(P,M) AOUT2(P,M) AOUT1(P,M) AOUT0(P,M) DRIVER TWEETER X8
WM8738GED AVDD (IC209)
MCK BCK WCK SDI0 SDI1 SDI2 SDI3 PVDD*
OUTP5,OUTM5 OUTP4,OUTM4 OUTP3,OUTM3
IN_SEL1 MIC_DET5 +12V IN_SEL L L L H H L H H PW_RY INPUT (Analog) MIC TV/STB VCR (Reserved) +3.3V AXR0 119
YDA141-SZ OUTP2,OUTM2 (IC601)
DIN LRCIN BCKIN
Regulator PQ1CZ41H2ZPH (IC201)
SPI1_CLK SPI1_SIMO SPI1_SOMI
+10V SYSTEM CONNECTOR (for SUBWOOFER) +12V
(5V to 3.3V)
SW_OUT SCKA SDMA SDD
/CSTIA /ICTIA /INTTIA /TIA_RDY TIA_MUTE (TIA_BUSY) /DA2_MUTE
PO43 PO42 PI44 PO03 PO02
PO132 PO52 INT2 PI53 PO130 PI131
INT1 PO73 PO74
PI62 PO63 PO61 PO57 PO56 PO54 PI60
OSD_BUSY5 (5V to 3.3V)
(*2) (J) :MB90050PF-G-118 (T,K,A,B,G,E,L,V):MB90050PF-G-119
SDD SDM SCK
/INTDIR /ICDIR /CSDIR
(*1) NTSC(J,K,V) :14.318MHz PAL (T,A,B,G,L,E):17.734MHz
XTAL (20MHz) (XL202)
VIDEO OUT (OSD) 40
MB90050PF-G(*2) /CS (IC8) SCLK
8 /OSD_CEOSD_CLKOSD_TX5 OSD_RESET5 11
3.3V to 5V (IC7)
10,9 4,5 1,2 12,13
OSD_BUSY /OSD_CE OSD_CLK OSD_TX OSD_RESET
PI26 PO27 PO121 PO120 PO30
MICROPROCESSOR M3087BFKBGP [ROM: 768K, RAM: 48K] (IC211)
+5V 3 OUT
PO67 PI66 PO65 PI64
AN2 AN1 INT4
PO113 PO05 PO04 PI06
Regulator NJM78M05FA (IC10)
Voltage DETECT DET1: +5V, -24V DET2: +12V, +10V, D+12
D+5 MGND S1
From/To D4SPJ (2) (IC602)
/CS_SPJ1 /IC_SPJ /DISABLE_SPJ /IRQO_SPJ1
SCKB SDMB SDD /CS_SPJ1 /IC_SPJ /DISABLE_SPJ
WM8728SEDS/R AVDD (IC603)
Regulator PQ1CZ41H2ZPH (IC202)
SPI1_SCS /RESET SPI0_SCS SPI1_ENA SPI0_ENA AFSR1
SCK SI SO /CS /IC /DABLE
AVDD* VDD VDD3V
KEY0 KEY1 STBY_SW REMOTE FL_PWM /FL_CE FL_CLK FL_TXD FL_ON
/CS SCK SI SO
AGND S3.3 GND
M_TXD M_RXD M_RTS/CLK0 M_CTS /RES CNVSS
/CEFL CKFL DTFL /RESET
POWER for FL DISPLAY
RS232C Driver (IC6)
EEPROM BR25L320F-W (IC213) PW_RY
S3 T502 T501
INPUT See page 71-72
FL DRIVER M66003-0131FP-R (IC901)
FL DISPLAY 15-BT-115GNKF (V901)
(Writing port for factory) (CB202)
(Reset switch) (SW201)
MAIN SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY
POWER SUPPLY SECTION BLOCK DIAGRAM
+ SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY S4 D523 D528 IC510
Q505 IC504, 505, 511
D+12 IC509 +5A AGND
S3 L501 L502
RY501 D524 T501 F501 D503 D507
POW_RY S3.3 S3.3BK
RESET CIRCUIT Q502, Q504 IC503
I PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
Semiconductor Location Ref no. Location Ref no. Location Ref no. Location Ref no. Location
D201 D202 D203 D204 D205 D206 F4 E5 B5 B6 B5 B6 D210 D211 IC201 IC202 IC203 IC204 C3 C3 F3 E6 D5 D4 IC206 IC208 IC209 IC210 IC211 IC212 E4 E5 B5 E3 C4 D3 IC213 IC601 IC602 IC603 IC751 B3 G5 I5 G3 I3
DSP P.C.B. (Side A)
No replacement part available.
11 IC1 10
(Writing port for factory)
CB205 CB204 CB203 CB601
Bout_M7 Bout_P7 Bout_M6 Bout_P6 Bout_M5 Bout_P5
Bout_M4 Bout_P4 Bout_M3 Bout_P3 Bout_M2 Bout_P2 Bout_M1 Bout_P1 Bout_M0
Aout_M7 Aout_P7 Aout_M6 Aout_P6 Aout_M5 Aout_P5
Aout_M4 Aout_P4 Aout_M3 Aout_P3 Aout_M2 Aout_P2 Aout_M1 Aout_P1 Aout_M0
AGND AGND AGND AGND /SW_MUTE OSD_BUSY5 DGND DGND DGND DGND /OSD_CE OSD_CLK OSD_TX DGND /RES DEST VOL_DET2 MIC_DET DGND
KEY1 STBY_SW REMOTE FL_PWM FL_CLK FL_ON
KEY0 S3.3 DGND FL_TXD /FL_CE
OSD_RESET DVD DAUX1 DAUX2 M_TXDO M_RXDO M_CTS M_RST S3.3 S3.3BK PW_DOWN POW_RY VOL_DET1
0 1.3.4 3.4 3.0
3.4 3.4 1.3 3.4 3.4 0
IC211: M3087BFKBGP Microprocessor
Timer (16-bit) Timer A: 5-channel Timer B: 6-channel Three-Phase Motor Control Circuit Watchdog Timer (15-bit) D/A Converter: 8-bit x 2-channel A/D Converter: 1 circuit Standard: 10 inputs Maximum: 34 inputs(2) UART/Clock Synchronous Serial I/O: 5-channel X/Y Converter: 16-bit x 16-bit CAN Module: 1-channel
0.2 0.2 3.1 3.4
3.1 0.2 0.2 0.1
0.9 3.3.4 3.3
1.7 1.4 2.3 0
M32C/80 series microprocessor core
Intelligent I/O Time Measurement: 8-channel Waveform Generating: 8-channel Communication Functions: Clock Synchronous Serial I/O, UART, HDLC Data Processing R0H R1H R2 R3 A0 A1 FB SB R0L R1L FLG INTB ISP USP PC SVF SVP VCT
IC213: BR25L320F-W EEPROM SPI BUS 32 k-bits (4,096 x 8-bit) EEPROM
INSTRUCTION DECODE CONTROL CLOCK GENERATION
POINT B-2 XL201 (Pin 28 of IC203)
POINT B-3 XL202 (Pin 20 of IC211)
IC204: TC7SH08FU 2-input AND gate
IN B IN A
IC208: TC74LCX245FT Low voltage octal bus transceiver with 5-V tolerant inputs and outputs
DIR AVcc OE
HIGH VOLTAGE GENERATOR
STATUS REGISTER ADDRESS REGISTER DATA REGISTER
(Note 1) NOTES: 1. Ports P11 to P15 are provided in the 144-pin package only. 2. Included in the 144-pin package only. 3.The supply voltage of M32C/84T (High-reliability version) must be VCC1=VCC2.
READ/WRITE 8bit AMP
B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8
A4 A5 A6 A7 A8
# All voltages are measured with a 10M/V DC electronic voltmeter. # Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced with parts having specifications equal to those originally installed. # Schematic diagram is subject to change without notice.
5.2 5.2 5.1 5.1 5.1 5.1 5.1 5.1 5.2
DRIVER TWEETER x 8
3.0 0.5.0.0.184.108.40.206.0.2 220.127.116.11 3.3
0 0.0.5.0 0
POINT A-1 XL1 (Pin 6 of IC8)
HSYNCI VCC VSS EXS XS
FSC4O VSYNCO HSYNCO
AUX (T, K, A, B, G, E, L, V models) DVD (J model)
5.0 5.0 0
5.3.3 3.3 3.3 7.8
10.8 10.0 10.8 3.0 1.2 4.6 6.4
6 INPUT (2)
IC901: M66003-0131FP-R 18 digit 5 x 7 segment VFD controller/driver
Display code RAM (8-bit x 60)
CGROM (35-bit x 166)
SEG00 SEG25 SEG26 SEG34
Segment output circuit
dot data write
-22.4 -22.4 -22.4 -22.4 -22.4 -22.4 -22.4 -22.4 -22.4 -22.4 -22.4
CS 2 SCK 3 SDATA 4
Serial receive circuit
CGROM (35-bit x 16)
Code/ command control circuit
SEG35 DIG11/ SEG42 DIG12/ SEG41 DIG13/ SEG40 DIG14/ SEG39 DIG15/ SEG38 DIG16/ SEG37 DIG17/ SEG36 DIG00
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XIN 7 XOUT 6
to INPUT (1)_W506
-22.4 -20.7 -20.5 -12.5 -12.3 -12.2 -22.3 -22.3 -22.3 -11.0 -17.4 -11.1
Segment/ Digit select/ output circuit
Vcc1 Vcc2 Vss Vp
Digit output circuit
3.1 -19.0 3.1 -11.1 -20.5 -20.7 -17.4 -17.4 -11.0 -17.4 -14.2 -15.8 -19.0 -15.6 -22.3 -10.9 -12.5 -14.2 -14.2 -20.7 -20.7 -12.5 -20.7 -20.7 -22.3 -14.1 -15.8 -15.8 3.1 -22.3 3.1 -22.3 3.1 -22.3 -11.0 -15.8 -17.5 1.0 3.1 -22.3 3.1 3.1 -11.1
3.1 -12.5 -12.2
3.1 -20.7 -20.7
4.1 4.0 0.2
-12.2 -12.5 -11.0 -12.5 -11.1 3.1 1.4 3.1 3.1
IC10: NJM78M05FA 3-terminal positive voltage regulator
-12.2 -12.3 -20.5 -20.5
-22.4 -22.4 -22.4 -22.4 -22.4 -22.4 -22.4 -22.4 -22.4 -22.3 -22.4 -22.4 -22.4 -24.1
3.1 3.1 0
IC1: TC74HCU04AFEL Hex inverters
IC2: NJM3404AM-TE1 Single-supply dual operational amplifier
IC4: TC4052BF Analog multiplexer/demultiplexer
IC5, 801: NJM2068MD-TE2 Dual operational amplifier
IC6: MAX3232CDWR 3-V to 5.5-V multi-channel RS-232 line driver/receiver
IC7: TC74HCT08AF Quad 2-input AND gate
1A 1B 1Y Vcc 13 4B 12 4A 11 4Y 10 3B 3A 3Y
I/O c O/I
16 VCC 15 GND 14 DOUT1
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