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Projector Service Manual

Model : X1130P, X1130PA, X1230PK,X1230P, X1230PA, X1237


Version: Rev3 First Edition (Jul. 2009)

RESTRICTIONS ON USE OF MATERIALS:

Index
REVISION LIST .................................................................................................................... 3 CHAPTER 1 SYSTEM SPECIFICATION ......................................................................... 4 Product Specification .................................................................................................................... 4 Electrical Specification ............................................................................................. 11 Power Supply Specification .....................................................................................15 System Block Diagram ............................................................................................................... 16 Product Overview ........................................................................................................................ 17 CHAPTER 2 SYSTEM UTILITIES.................................................................................. 21 Firmware Upgrade SOP ............................................................................................................. 21 Method to enter factory menu ................................................................................................... 29 EDID Upgrade SOP .................................................................................................................... 30 Serial Number Upgrade SOP .................................................................................................... 33 How to Change Model name ..................................................................................................... 35 CHAPTER 3 SYSTEM DISASSEMBLING AND REPLACEMENT ................................ 36 Main Unit Disassembling............................................................................................................ 36 Module Assembly Key Point - Optical Engine ........................................................................ 41 Module Assembly Key Point Mechanical ............................................................................. 54 CHAPTER 4 TROUBLESHOOTING.............................................................................. 71 System Analysis .......................................................................................................................... 71 Optical Problems Checking Items ............................................................................................ 72 Power Supply Problems Checking Flow ................................................................................. 74 LED Messages Definition........................................................................................................... 75 Error Count Messages Definition .............................................................................................. 76 RS232 Connection ...................................................................................................................... 77 Adjustment / Alignment Procedure ........................................................................................... 79 CHAPTER 5 FRU LIST .................................................................................................. 84 Exploded Diagram....................................................................................................................... 84 Module 1 Total Exploded View ............................................................................................... 84 Module 2 ASSY UPPER CASE ............................................................................................. 86 Module 3 ASSY LOWER CASE ............................................................................................ 87 Module 4 ASSY FRONT CASE ............................................................................................. 88 FRU List ........................................................................................................................................ 89 APPENDIX A - CODE LIST: IR / RS232 / DDC DATA........................................................ 94 1. Remote Control Code: ........................................................................................................... 94 2. RS-232 Command Code ....................................................................................................... 96 3. DDC Data ................................................................................................................................. 98

Revision List
Version Rev0 Rev0 Rev0 Release Date 2009.07.16 2009.07.20 2009.07.27 First Release Modify FRU Listservice lamp P/N (P.5) Modify SPEC : Projection Offset = 120% 5% Add X1230PK different part : (1) Ch1- SPEC, (2) Ch3- Disassembly process, Module Assembly Key Point (3) Ch4- alignment procedure (4) Ch5-FRU List (5) Appd. A- DDC table Add X1130PA different part : (1) Ch1- SPEC, (2) Ch3- Disassembly process, Module Assembly Key Point (3) Ch4- alignment procedure (4) Ch5-FRU List (5) Appd. A- DDC table Add X1230P, X1230PA, X1237 different part (1) Ch1-SPEC (2) Ch2-How Change Model Name for X1230P/X1230PA/X1237 (3) Ch3- Disassembly process (4) Ch4-Adjustment / Alignment Procedure (5) Ch5-FRU List (6) Appendix A-Remote Control Code (7) Appd. A- DDC table Vendor Revision History Model Name

Rev1

2009.07.29

Rev2

2009.09.11

Rev3

2009.09.23

Chapter 1

System Specification

Product Specification 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 10.0 11.0 12.0 13.0 14.0 Optical Performance Image Quality Mechanical Specification Packaging Thermal Specification Environmental Regulatory Reliability Power Requirements Panel Specification Compatibility Image Interface Control Interface User Interface

1.0 Optical Performance 1.1 ANSI Brightness 1.2 Brightness Uniformity 1.2.1 ANSI Uniformity 1.2.2 JBMA Uniformity 1.2.3 Upper-Down unbalance 1.2.4 Left-Right unbalance 1.3 Contrast Ratio 1.3.1 ANSI Contrast 1.3.2 FOFO Contrast without APM 1.3.3 FOFO Contrast with APM 1.4 Light Leakage 1.4.1 Light Leakage in Active Area 1.4.2 Light Leakage out of Active Area (Except DMD Defect) 1.5 Color 1.5.1 White 1.5.2 Red 1.5.3 Green 1.5.4 Blue 1.6 Color Uniformity 1.6.1 White 1.6.2 Red 1.6.3 Green 1.6.4 Blue 1.7 Color Gamut 2.0 Image Quality 2.1 Throw Ratio 2.2 Zoom Ratio (tolerance applied) 2.3 Distortion 2.3.1 Keystone Distortion 2.3.2 Vertical TV Distortion 2.4 Projection Offset 2.5 Focus Range 2.5.1 Visible Range

Tested under 60 (diagonal) image size with Wide projection lens position unless other specified. X1130P/X1130PA/X1230P : Minimum 2000 Lumens X1230PK/X1230PA : Minimum 1840 Lumens X1237 Minimum 2400 Lumens Minimum 55% Minimum 75% 0.5~2 0.6~1.67 Minimum 150:1 X1130P/X1130PA/ X1230P/ X1237: Minimum 1600:1 X1230PK/X1230PA : Minimum 1100:1 X1130P/X1130PA/ X1230P/ X1237: Minimum 2100:1 X1230PK/X1230PA : Minimum 1200:1 <0.5 lux compared to center point within 60 (Diagonal at 2.3m, Wide) image size. Note: This light leakage in Active area is only described as the spot light with obvious shape. It is not included the uniformity difference of the projector for black pattern. <0.5 lux with 60~80(Diagonal at 2.3m, Wide) image size

X 0.3140.04 0.6470.04 0.3440.04 0.1390.03 X 0.040 0.040 0.040 0.040 Typ 60% compare NTSC 52.53% Diagonal at 2m, Wide 1.12% <1.0% <1.0% 120% 5% 1~8 m 5

Y 0.3770.04 0.3410.04 0.5870.04 0.0900.03 Y 0.040 0.040 0.040 0.040

2.5.2 Clearly Focus Range 2.6 Focus 2.6.1 Pattern

1.5~6 m(Spec. defined as item 2.6) (1) If pattern can be uniformly focused (not worse than Limit Sample), then pass! (2) If its difficult to judge, then check 2.6.2 X1130P : Defocus: R<=3.0; G<=3.0; B<=3.0 pixel Flare: R<=3.5; G<=3.5; B<=3.5 pixel Slight flare is not counted as flare. X1130PA/X1230PK/X1230P/X1237/X1230PA: Defocus: R<=3.5; G<=3.0; B<=3.0 pixel Flare: R<=4.0; G<=4.0; B<=4.0 pixel Slight flare is not counted as flare. Adjust focus from near to far until one corner clear, difference less than 50 cm Center of All other area 49diagonal area R-G <2/3 <1 G-B <2/3 <1 R-B <1 <1

2.6.2 Defocus and Flare

2.6.3 Focus unbalance

2.7 Lateral Color

2.8 Image Quality 2.8.1 DMD Image Quality 2.8.2 Image Imperfection 2.9 Lamp Type 3.0 Mechanical Specification 3.1 Dimensions 3.2 Weight 3.3 Security Slot 3.5 Lens Cover 3.6 Feet 4.0 Packaging 4.1 Outside Dimensions 4.2 Weight 4.3 Transportation 5.0 Thermal Specification 5.1 Surface held or touched for short periods 5.2 Surface which may be touched 5.3 Exhaust Air 6.0 Environmental 6.1 Temperature 6.2 Humidity

Philips UHP 185W-160W 0.9 E20.9 with VIDI 264 x 225 x 95 mm (L x W x H) <2350g Kensington compatible slot 150N break away force Lens Cover Fast adjustable foot in front, Adjustable foot and Fixed foot in rear. foot Tilt:0-6,right/left: +2.2/-0.5 Detail refer to following Packing section 360 x 180 x 297mm (L x W x H) <4100g 40 feet container 2688 sets, 20 feet container 1344 sets By air 48 sets Mechanical component temperature at ambience 0~35

Metal < 65C; Plastic<85C Metal <65C <95C Operating Storage Operating Storage Plastic <85C

0~35C, without condensation -30~65 C, without condensation 10~90%RH, without condensation 10~90%RH, without condensation

X1130P/X1130PA /X1230P/X1237: Normal mode: 34dBA @ 232 C, CW x2 speed Eco mode: 29dBA @ 232 C, CW x2 speed Normal mode: 36dBA @ 232 C, CW x3 speed Eco mode: 31dBA @ 232 C, CW x3 speed

Typical

6.3 Audible Noise Level

X1230PK/X1230PA : Normal mode: 36dBA @ 232 C, CW x2 speed Eco mode: 31dBA @ 232 C, CW x2 speed Normal mode: 38dBA @ 232 C, CW x3 speed Eco mode: 33dBA @ 232 C, CW x3 speed X1130P/X1130PA/X1230P/X1237 : Normal mode: 36dBA @ 232 C, CW x2 speed Eco mode: 31dBA @ 232 C, CW x2 speed Normal mode: 38dBA @ 232 C, CW x3 speed Eco mode: 33dBA @ 232 C, CW x3 speed X1230PK/X1230PA : C, CW x2 speed Normal mode: 38dBA @ 232 Eco mode: 33dBA @ 232 C, CW x2 speed Normal mode: 40dBA @ 232 C, CW x3 speed Eco mode: 35dBA @ 232 C, CW x3 speed

Maximum

6.4 Altitude

Operating: 1. 12,000 feet @ 25 C (3.5 hours) 2. Altitude Ramp rate: <= 3500 feet per minute (1 hour) Non-operating: 40,000 feet @ -30 C (1 hour) Safety CB, GS, cTUVus, PSE, CCC EMC ESD CE, FCC, VCCI

7.0 Regulatory 8.0 Reliability 8.1 MTBF 8.2 Lamp Lifetime 9.0 Power Requirements 9.1 Power Supply (Normal) 9.2 Power consumption 9.3 Power Connector 10.0 Panel Specification 10.1 Type

25000 hours except Lamp Normal : 3000 hours Eco: 4000 hours (50% of Projector will have 50% initial minimum brightness) Adhere to Power Supply Specification section VAC 100 240 (50/60Hz), Typical 280W Max. Standby 1W Max. IEC-06 X1130P/X1130PA : 0.55 SVGA 2xLVDS Series 450 DMD X1230PK/X1230PA : 0.55 XGA 2xLVDS Series 450 Super value DMD X1230P/X1237:0.55 XGA 2xLVDS Series 450 DMD X1130P/X1130PA : H: 800 X V: 600 X1230PK/ X1230P / X1230PA / X1237: H: 1024 X V: 768 30 Bits (1.07 Billion Colors) Adhere to Electrical Specification section PC Compatible 640X480 1024X768, compressed 1600X1200; Composite-Sync; Sync-on-Green

10.2 Pixels 10.3 Color Depth 11.0 Compatibility 11.1 PC

11.2 Video 11.3 YpbPr 11.4 DDC 12.0 Image Interface

NTSC/ NTSC4.43/ PAL (Including PAL-M, PAL-N)/ SECAM/ PAL60/ NTSC (480i)/ 480p/ PAL (576i)/ 576p, HDTV (720p/1080i/1080p) EDID 1.3 Adhere to Electrical Specification section X1130P/X1230PK: 15 pin D-Sub (Female) x 1 (Reserved 2nd VGA IN) G(Y): Video amplitude 0.7/1.0 Vp-p : Impedance 75 RB(CbCr): Video amplitude 0.7 Vp-p : Impedance 75 HD/VD/CS: TTL Level X1130PA/ X1230P/ X1237 /X1230PA: 15 pin D-Sub (Female) x 2 G(Y): Video amplitude 0.7/1.0 Vp-p : Impedance 75 RB(CbCr): Video amplitude 0.7 Vp-p : Impedance 75 HD/VD/CS: TTL Level RCA jack (Yellow) Video amplitude 1.0 Vp-p : Impedance 75 4 pin Mini-Din (Female) Y: Luminance amplitude 1.0 Vp-p : Impedance 75 C: Chroma amplitude 0.286 Vp-p : Impedance 75 15 pin D-Sub (Female) x 1 Y: Luminance amplitude 1.0 Vp-p: Impedance 75 PbPr/CbCr: Chroma amplitude 0.7 Vp-p : Impedance 75 X1130P : None X1130PA/X1230PK/X1230P/ X1237/ X1230PA : 15 pin D-Sub (Female) x 1 (Only support D-sub 1) G(Y): Video amplitude 0.7/1.0 Vp-p : Impedance 75 RB(CbCr): Video amplitude 0.7 Vp-p : Impedance 75 HD/VD/CS: TTL Level IR Receiver x 2 (Front/Top) Angle: 0 Distance 0~10m ; 40 Distance 0~8m RS232 Mini DIN 3pin, command table adhere to Electrical Specification section X1130P : None X1130PA/ X1230PK/ X1230P/ X1237/ X1230PA: Mini USB TYPE B Terminal for page up/down Adhere to Electrical Specification section 9 Keys: Power ; Source ; Resync ; e ; Menu ; Left ; Right ; Up(Keystone-) ; Down(Keystone+) 3 LEDs: Power On/Off Status; Lamp Status; Temperature Status Manual vertical keystone and adjustable range 40 X1130P/X1130PA : None X1230PK/ X1230P/X1237/ X1230PA: Projector will auto-detect and project by aligned screen like auto-keystone effect no matter which projection method

12.1 Analog RGB Input

12.2 Video Input 12.3 S-Video Input 12.4 YPbPr Input

12.5 Analog RGB Output

13.0 Control Interface 13.1 IR Receiver 13.2 Serial Connector 13.3 USB Connector 14.0 User Interface 14.1 Operator Keypad 14.2 Indicators 14.3 Electric Keystone 14.4 Auto Ceiling mount detection

15.0 Audio

15.1 PC Audio Input

15.2 Speaker 16.0 Lamp hour 17.0 Closed Caption (CC) 17.1 CC version

(Front, Rear). X1130P: None X1130PA / X1230PK/ X1230P/ X1237/ X1230PA: see below SPEC X1130PA / X1230PK/ X1230P/ X1237/ X1230PA : 3.5mm stereo mini jack 500mVrms 10 K or more X1130PA /X1230PK / X1230P/ X1237/ X1230PA: Speaker 8 2W X 1, Amplifier 1W X1 Lamp hour = [Hour used in Normal Mode] + 3/4 *[Hour used in Eco. Mode] CC1/CC2/CC3/CC4 (Running change to phase-in X1130P/X1130PA /X1230PK / X1230P/ X1237/ X1230PA MP stage) After turn off projector, there is 120 seconds called Instant On stage. At this stage, user can turn on the projector. Aftet this stage, projector will cooling for 20 seconds, and all keypads are not allowed to operate. (Running change to phase-in X1130P/X1130PA /X1230PK / X1230P/ X1237/ X1230PA MP stage) See below detail description.

18.0 Instant On

19.0 3D Projection

3D Projection : This function is only for 3D contents and must wear 3D glasses.
TI DDP DDP2430 Does not support FRC (Frame Rate Conversion) Can not support HQFS 60Hz 3D source from DVD which need to go thru FRC Can only support 120Hz 3D source from PC (VGA/DVI/HDMI) TI DDP DDP2431 Support FRC (Frame Rate Conversion) Can support HQFS 60Hz 3D source from DVD which need to go thru FRC Can support 120Hz 3D source from PC

OSD : Add 3D, 3D Sync Invert in Image Page 3D Sync Invert is adjustable when above "3D" is on. Otherwise When 3D is enabled, Display Mode(in Color Page) is not adjustable (). For DDP2430 models : 3D / 3D Sync Invert , only appear for VGA/DVI/HDMI source. Disappear if other sources. For DDP2230/2431 models : no this limitation.

Reminder screen :
Pop-up screen and appear 10 sec in the center of the screen. End-users can press Menu to exit within 10 sec.

(1) When 3D enable, this screen will appear after exit OSD menu. (2) There has reminder screen if 3D still enable when power on projector. Priority : PWD login screen (Security fn is on) Lamp life reminder 3D reminder Screen Timer and other OSD pup-up fn.

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Electrical Specification 1. Timing Table The PC timing is as following: Resolution Mode VGA_60 VGA_72 VGA_75 VGA_85 VGA_70 VGA_85 SVGA_56 SVGA_60 SVGA_72 SVGA_75 SVGA_85 XGA_60 XGA_70 XGA_75 XGA_85 SXGA_70 SXGA_75 SXGA_85 SXGA_60 SXGA_72 SXGA_75 SXGA_85 QuadVGA_60 QuadVGA_75 SXGA+_60 UXGA_60 Mac G4 MAC13 Mac G4 MAC16 Mac G4 MAC19 MAC21 WXGA_60 WXGA_75 WXGA_85 WXGA_60 WXGA_60 WXGA+_60 1680x1050_60 1920x1080_60 acer_16:9 acer_timing VGA_120 Refresh rate (Hz) 59.940 72.809 75.000 85.008 70.087 85.039 56.250 60.317 72.188 75.000 85.061 60.004 70.069 75.029 84.997 70.012 75.000 84.990 60.020 72.000 75.025 85.024 60.000 75.000 59.978 60.000 59.940 66.667 60.317 74.546 60.004 75.020 75.061 59.870 74.893 84.837 60.000 59.810 59.887 59.954 60.000 59.790 60.000 119.518 H-frequency (kHz) 31.469 37.861 37.500 43.269 31.469 37.927 35.156 37.879 48.077 46.875 53.674 48.363 56.476 60.023 68.677 63.851 67.500 77.094 63.981 76.970 79.976 91.146 60.000 75.000 65.317 75.000 31.469 35.000 37.879 49.722 48.363 60.241 68.681 47.776 60.289 68.633 45.000 49.702 55.935 65.290 67.500 47.712 37.500 61.910 Clock (MHz) 25.175 31.500 31.500 36.000 28.3221 35.500 36.000 40.000 50.000 49.500 56.250 65.000 75.000 78.750 94.500 94.500 108.000 121.500 108.000 134.600 135.000 157.500 108.000 126.000 121.750 162.000 25.170 30.240 40.000 57.280 65.000 80.000 100.00 79.500 102.250 117.500 74.250 83.500 106.500 146.250 148.500 85.500 50.400 52.500

640 x 480

720 x 400

800 x 600

1024 x 768

1152 x 864 1152 x 864 1280 x 1024

1280 x 960 1400 x 1050 1600 x 1200 640x480@60Hz 640x480@67Hz 800x600@60Hz 832x624@75Hz 1024x768@60Hz 1024x768@75Hz 1152x870@75Hz 1280 x 768 1280 x 720 1280 x 800 1440 x 900 1680 x 1050 1920 x1080 1366 x 768 1024 x 600 640 x 480

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800 x 600 SVGA_120 119.854 77.425 1024 x 768 XGA_120 119.804 98.958 Note3D timing will phase in after MP when 3D function ready YPbPr support timing is as following: Signal format 480i(525i)@60Hz 480p(525p)@60Hz 576i(625i)@50Hz 576p(625p)@50Hz 720p(750p)@60Hz 720p(750p)@50Hz 1080i(1125i)@60Hz 1080i(1125i)@50Hz 1080P@60HZ 1080P@50Hz fh(kHz) 15.73 31.47 15.63 31.25 45.00 37.50 33.75 28.13 67.5 56.26 fv(Hz) 59.94 59.94 50.00 50.00 60.00 50.00 60.00 50.00 60.00 50.00

83.000 137.750

Video, S-Video support timing is as following: Video mode NTSC PAL SECAM PAL-M PAL-N PAL-60 NTSC4.43 fh(kHz) 15.73 15.63 15.63 15.73 15.63 15.73 15.73 fv(Hz) 60 50 50 60 50 60 60 fsc(MHz) 3.58 4.43 4.25 or 4.41 3.58 3.58 4.43 4.43

2. Characteristics of inputs/outputs Signal Parameter RDATA Impedance GDATA Amplitude BDATA Black pedestal Pixel Clock GDATA_SO Impedance G Amplitude Video amplitude Sync amplitude Black pedestal Pixel Clock HDATA Impedance Amplitude, low level Amplitude, high level Frequency VDATA Impedance Amplitude, low level Amplitude, high level Frequency SDADATA Amplitude, low level Amplitude, high level

Min

Type 75 0.7 0 165 75 1 0.7 0.3 0 165 1

Max Ohm Volts peak-to-peak Volts M Hz Ohm Volts peak-to-peak Volts peak-to-peak Volts peak-to-peak Volts M Hz K ohm volt Volt K Hz K ohm volt Volt Hz volt Volt

0 2.5 31 1 0 2.5 48 0 2.5

0.8 5 93 0.8 5 120 0.8 5

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SCLDATA RXD TXD CVBS Luminance

CVBS Chroma Audio (for X1130PA / X1230PK/ X1230P/ X1237/ X1230PA)

Amplitude, low level Amplitude, high level Amplitude Amplitude Amplitude, total (video+ sync) Amplitude, video Amplitude, sync Impedance Amplitude Impedance Impedance (audio in) Amplitude (audio in) Bandwidth S/N Ratio Total Harmonic Distortion

0 2.5 -25 -13.2 1 0.7 0.3 75 300 75 10 0 300H z 40

0.8 5 25 13.2

volt Volt Volt Volt Volts peak to peak

Volts peak to peak Volts peak to peak ohm m Volts peak to peak ohm Kohm 0.50 Volts rms 16kH z % 10 %

3. Electrical Interface Character Interface Definition 15 pin definition of the mini D-sub male for DDC2B protocol
1 6 11 15 5 10

Pin 1 5 9 13

Definition Red video (Pr) NC DDCP 5V Horizontal Sync

Pin 2 6 10 14

Definition Green Video (Y) Red Video Return GND Vertical Sync

Pin 3 7 11 15

Definition Blue Video (Pb) Green Video Return GND Data clock (SCL)

Pin 4 8 12

Definition NC Blue Video Return Bi-directional data (SDA)

Video Input
1

Pin
Composite input

Definition Composite video input

S-Video input
4 2 1 3

Pin 1 2 3 4

Description GND GND Luminance Chroma

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Control Port
Pin 1 2 3 Description TX RX GND

Mini USB TYPE B (for X1130PA /X1230PK/ X1230P/ X1237/ X1230PA) Pin Description 1 Vbus 2 D3 D+ 4 ID 5 GND

4. Functionality External Message indicator Message D-sub /Composite Video /S-Video Searching Input Not Supported
Lamp is approaching the end of its useful life in full power operation. Replacement suggested!

Occasion The system does not detect the signal The signal is over the specification Lamp Hour is at 2970 hours

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Power Supply Specification 1. Input Power Specification Specification Input Voltage Range Frequency Range Power Consumption

Regulation Efficiency

Description The unit shall meet all the operating requirements with the range 90 ~ 264 VAC The unit shall meet all the operating requirements with an input frequency range 47 Hz ~ 63 Hz Normal operation: 280W (Max) standby mode: < 1W (loop through is disabled), at 100~240VAC 85 % (typical) measuring at 115Vac and full load

2. Output Power Requirement The power supply can provide DC 12V output as below NO. Voltage Regulation Load Current Range +12 V 0.15 A ~ 2.5 A 5 % 1 2 +5 V 5 % 0.04 A ~ 0.5 A

Ripple & Noise 120mV/240 mV 50mV/100 mV

The power supply can provide DC 380V output as below NO. Voltage Range Load Current 380 V 370~400V 0.5 A TYP. 1 3. Lamp Power specifications Specification Applicable Lamp Starting pulse from Ignitor Description Philips Normal 189W, ECO 163W AC operation 2.5KV

4. Power Protection Item Short protection OVP OPP

Criteria No damage 16Vdc Max@12V 6.5Vdc Max@5V DC-DC 130~250% PFC 130~160%

5. Surge test: Meet EN61000-4-5 L N 1KV, L, N PE 2KV, Criteria B Electrical Fast Transients (EFT):Meet EN61000-4-4 1 KV, Criteria B 7. Voltage Dips: Meet EN61000-4-11 >95% reduction for 0.5 periods, Criteria B Harmonic current test: Meet EN61000-3-2

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System Block Diagram

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Product Overview

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Chapter 2

System Utilities

Firmware Upgrade SOP Basic Operating Standby Mode


When standby mode, system power consumption will be less than 1 Watt. If user wants to enter this mode, user can just plug in power cord. Power, Lamp, Temp LED will show Red for 1 sec then power LED show red continuously as the figure shown. When the power LED shows Red, it means system is ready for standby. Besides, user can press power key to turn on projector after plugging in power cord when power led is red.

Standby Mode

Download Mode
This mode is applied for Download firmware. If operator wants to enter this mode, he should press and hold keypad Power and Menu together, then plug in power cord. Release the two keypads. Power, Lamp, Temp LED will show red light continuously. In download mode, you can use DLP composer to download new firmware and power LED will show purple while downloading.

Download Mode

Download WT6702 MCU Code(in Low-Power 1 Watt Standby)


System needs a few sec to download WT6702 MCU automatically. When DownloadingTemp LED will show red. When Download SuccessSystem will go back Low-Power standby mode and Power LED will show red. When Download Fail: Lamp LED will show red. <NoticeDo NOT interrupt power when downloading MCU Code.>

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DLP Composer LIte Installation Process (1) Installation


1. Double click the Setup file for DLP Composer Lite(to unzip TI Download Tool V1.1 (for DDP243x).rar to start to install program. 2. When the Installation Wizard appears, click Next.

3. Select to accept the License Agreement, than click Next

4. Click Next in the following steps to continue installation process.

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Note: The default installation directory is: C:\Program Files\DLP Composer Lite9.2 If you want to install to a different directory (perhaps alongside a prior release of DLP Composer Lite), click the "Browse" button on the "Select Features" page.

5. When finishing installation, click Finish, and then restart your computer to complete the installation process.

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(2) Setting for your first use Select Library:


1. When start to use this program to download at first time, you need to check if the library folder is existed under the path of Library.

Click Browse Browse to select path for library files

Click the library folder to assign the path.

Then Click OK OK.

2. Check if there are library files in the assigned path. If not, unzip the library file into the path.

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Set communication (for download by RS232):


1. Select Edit->Preference.

2. Select Communications-> Serial Port -> Config.

3. Make sure the settings are the same as below figure-> Click OK.

4. Click OK.

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(1) Download Procedure


Notice: for X1130P, since the Main board P/Ns are different in with-3D and without-3D function SKUs, need to download correct FW into corresponding Main board.

How to download
Hardware required 1. Standard RS232 Download cable 2. Personal computer or laptop computer Software required 1. DLP Composer Lite program 2. New version FW Download procedure 1. Connect RS-232 cable to PC and projector 2. Let projector be in Download Mode : -> Press and hold keypad Power and Menu together, then plug in power cord. -> Release the two keypads. -> Power, Lamp, Temp LED will show red light continuously. 3. Execute DLP Composer Lite 9.2 program

4.

To select the RS-232 communications interface, choose "Preferences" from the "Edit" menu, click the "Communications" page and choose "Serial Port".

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5.

Click on Flash Loader and browse the image file (new version firmware)

6.

Select Complete Image Download, and make sure to check Skip Boot loader area (32KB)

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7.

Press Reset Bus and check the status which should show Bus Reset

8.

Press Start Download to begin update new firmware.

9.

Press Yes to continue. (when download new firmware and power LED will show purple.)

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10. Wait till composer lite notice download complete.

When download complete, LED signal on projector will show standby status.

Method to enter factory menu


1. 2. Press keypad Power and image will show Power Down OSD function Press keypad Left twice then press Menu, then enter the Factory mode.

Step 1

Step 2

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EDID Upgrade SOP


Equipment List 1. PC : with parallel (printer) port 2. EDID Board 3. Printer cable : 25pin male-female (connect PC to EDID board) 4. D-sub cable* : with full 15pin (connect EDID board to Projector) 5. HDMI cable*(connect EDID board to Projector) 6. DVI cable* (connect EDID board to Projector) (*Note: Not every models EDID input (D-sub, DVI, HDMI) is the same. Need to check what kind of file you need before download.) Setup Equipment 1. Connect between PC, EDID board and the Projector:
Link to Projector : For DVI-D DDC download
(no need in X1130/ X1230/ X1230S/ X1235/ X1230K series)

Link to Projector : For HDMI DDC download (no need in


X1130/ X1230/ X1230S/ X1235/ X1230K series)

Please ignore this connector

25pin male-female cable (normal printer cable) EDID board PC with parallel (printer) port

Link to Main board : For D-sub DDC download

2. Need to set Jumper before using EDID board : <Jumper setting :> J6 : 1,2 short J8 : 1,2 short J10 : short

3. How to use Download Tool :

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Software Installation, Un-installation : Unzip the Q-EDID program files in the same directory. Install Q-EDID tool : Execute Install Q-EDID.BAT to install & register EDID Board into the computer.

Un-install Q-EDID tool : If you want to uninstall this tool, execute Uninstall Q-EDID.BAT, then it will remove EDID Board from the computer.

How to use Download Tool : (1) Execute EDID Tools V0.16: 1. Run Q-EDID-V016.exe.

2.

Program will appear as below picture.

(2) Write EDID: When write D-SUB/DVI EDID: 1. EDID Type Selection : Choose EDID 128 Bytes. 2. Open Files : Click Open File to select file *.DDC
(Note : If your DDC file name is not like *.DDC (e.g. *.2dc), please rename it to *.DDC)

3. Write EDID : Click Write EDID, and it will execute writing process. 4. While complete, it will show message as Write EDID OK.
(Note : Check cable connection before write. It will show Write EDID OK even the connection is not stable.)

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Step2

Step3

Step1

Step4

(3) Read EDID: Read D-SUB/DVI EDID: 1. EDID Type Selection : Choose EDID 128 Bytes 2. Read EDID : Click Read EDID. 3. While complete, it will show message Read EDID OK , and the read-out DDC will show in the table in program.
Step2

Step1

Step3

Ste
Important Note :

Be reminded to connect Only One port every time, because the software will not be able to identify the command signal from which port. After connecting all equipment, always read DDC before writing DDC to ensure the connection status is OK for writing DDC.

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Serial Number Upgrade SOP


Hardware required 1. Standard RS232 Download cable 2. Personal computer or laptop computer Software required 1. Acer_Service_Tool(Data)_3.1.exe When need to use this Serial Number Upgrade program: When its time to replace Main board for repair, its necessary to rewrite original S/N and some adjustment values into new Main board by the following process. Upgrade procedure 1. Prepare the download equipment: RS232 cable connect to PC and projector 2. Plug power cord into projector, and the projector will be in stand by mode. 3. Execute Acer_Service_Tool(Data)_3.1.exe, and it will appear as below picture. 4. Change to connected COM port and Click Port Open icon.

4-1. Change to connected COM Port number

4-2. Click Port Open

5. Read data from original Main board: Click Read system Data, and it will read the Adjustment data (except Auto keystone data) & Serial Number from projector and show the Read complete message in information block.

5-1. Click this icon to read all data

5-2. Show Read Complete!

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6. Click Save to save data into the assigned file name. 6-2. This window will pop out, and it shows the file saving folder. 6-3. Enter file name here. Suggest to use Serial Num as the file name. 6-4. Click Save to save data.

6-1. Click Save icon.

7. Change new Main board: (1) Unplug power cable and RS232 cable from projector, and change new Main board into Projector. (2) After changing Main board, reconnect power cable and RS232 cable into Projector. 8. Write S/N & data into new Main board: Press Retrieve System and write Data & SN to projector. 9. Load from data & Retrieve System : (1) Click Load from data and select load file. (2) Click Retrieve System to write the values into main board. 9-1. Click Load From Data to load data.

9-2. Select the file source

9-3. Click Load to finish file load. 10. Click Retrieve System to write data.

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How to Change Model name


(Only for X1230P/X1230PA/X1237) Since X1230P/X1230PA/X1237 use the same Main board, after replacing new Main board, its necessary to change model name: 1. Enter Factory menu. 2. Go to Page2 (as below figure). 3. Default Model name is X1230P. When change Main board on X1230PA or X1237, please press right/left key to choose correct model name.

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Chapter 3

System Disassembling and Replacement

Main Unit Disassembling Tool : Screw Driver --Hex (#4-40) and Cross(Mechanical : M3,M4, Opt.Engine :M2) Process :
Step Discription Photo
5 1 3

Tool

Disassemble the screw*5(M3*7L)

screw driver

Take off the the IR sensor wire from mainboard, then take off upper case module, Notice : When taking off upper case module, don't break the IR sensor wire.
keypad Rubber

keypad braket

Take off the case left module and the front case module

FRONT IR BD

For X1130P: (1) Take off screws: For X1130P : Disassemble the screw*2(STAND OFF XH4#-40*6L). For X1230PK : For X1230PK: Disassemble the screw*4(STAND OFF XH4#-40*6L). For X1130PA/ X1230P/X1230PA/X12 1 4 3 37: Disassemble the screw*6(STAND OFF XH4#-40*6L) (2) Take off the rear case.

rear case 1
2

For X1130PA/X1230P/X1230PA/X1237: screw driver


2 3 4 5 6 2

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Disassemble the screw*5(M3*5L), and take off the M/B shielding.

1 5 4

CLAMP

screw driver

(1)Take off the long wire (one of twin fan wire), then disassemble the twin fan. (2)Take off the twin fan wire from M/B.

wire

twin fan

take off this long wire first C/W FPC wire C/W sensor wire

(1)Take off the C/W FPC wire, blower fan wire, C/W sensor wire, ballast 5pin wire blower fan wire Ballast 5-Pin wireform M/B. (2)Take off right cass module.(X1130PA/X1 230PK/X1230P/X1237 For X1130PA/X1230PKX1230P/X1237/X1230PA: /X1230PA have sponge*3 Speaker)

speaker

Take off the M/B

Main BD

Note: Circuit boards > 10cm2 has been highlighted with the yellow rectangle as above image shows. Please detach the Circuit boards and follow local regulations for disposal.

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(1)Disassemble the screw*2(M3*6L), and take off the lamp door. (2)Disassemble the screw*1(M3*4L) and lamp wire, and take off the lamp module.

1 2 screw*1

screw driver

Screw*3

10

(1)Disassemble the screw*3(M3*8L). (2)Disassemble the grounding screw*1(M4*6L), and take off the Power B/D SHD.
grounding screw *1

screw driver

blower fan's thermal wire screw*1

11

Disassemble the wire*2 and screw*1 (M3*7L), and take off the power BD and ballast Mylar.
ballast wire

Ballast Mylar

screw driver

Note: Circuit boards > 10cm2 has been highlighted with the yellow rectangle as above image shows. Please detach the Circuit boards and follow local regulations for disposal.
screw*1 screw*1 screw*1 screw*1

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(1)Disassemble the screw*2(M3*7L), and take off the lamp box. (2)Disassembly the screw*2(M3*8L), and take off the blower fan

screw driver

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13

Disassemble the screw*3(M3*7L), and take off the OPT eng .


3

anchor point

screw driver

3pin wire

14

Disassemble the screw*2, the ballast BD, and wire*3(M3*5L).

1 5pin wire 2pin wire

screw driver
2

push button

shielding

15

Take off the push button .

screw driver

ring focus

16

(1)Take off the gasket*2. (2)Disassemble the focus ring.


gasket*2

screw driver

17

Take off th LENS screw*3(M3*4L) and Ring Zoom and Ring Focus screw*2(M2*3.5L)

screw driver
3

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18

Disassemble the screw*4(M3*7.5L), and take off the HSINK and DMD chip with Chip BD.

2 3

4 1

screw driver

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(1)Disassemble the baffle DMD. (2)Disassemble the screw*3(M3*4L) and take off the CW module.

1 2 baffle DMD

CW module 3

screw driver

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Rotate to open the switch on socket, and take off the DMD chip. Note: Circuit boards > 10cm2 has been highlighted with the yellow rectangle as above image shows. Please detach the Circuit boards and follow local regulations for disposal. (1)Disassemble ILL module screw*2 (M2.5*5L). (2)Take off screw*1(M2*8L), FM holder, fold mirror, FM clip*2, clip CM front, clip CM side and sponge.

screw driver

1 2 sponge screw*1

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screw driver

screw*1

22

(1)Disassembly the screw*1(M2*3L). (2)Take off the LP module and LP screw*2(M2*8L).


2

screw driver
1 L/P

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Module Assembly Key Point - Optical Engine


1. Light Pipe Module assembly and overfill alignment 1.1 Assembly LP Module to HSG DMD (1) Assembly two Overfill adjustment screws to HSG DMD (Fig. 1-1). ** Adjustment criteria refer to below item (2) Assembly Clip LP and lock with screw well (Fig. 1-2). (3) Press CLIP of RE_BKT_LP first, and then push it into the hole (Fig. 1-3). (4) Placed LP Module on LP datum of DMD HSG and adjustment screw well (Fig.1-4). (5) Assembly Baffle LP first (Fig. 1-5-1) & push Baffle LP to hook DMD HSG, and then lock with screw well (Fig. 1-5-2). 1.2 Overfill Adjustment @ LP Module Overfill Adjustment Criteria: (1) Pre-assembly 2 adjusting screws. Criteria shown as Fig.1-6. (2) Alignment Sequence: a. To adjust Horizontal Adjustment Screw firstly, and then Vertical Adjustment Screw. b. Refer to Fig. 1-6. (3) For Overfill Re-adjustment: a. Those 2 Adjustment Screws must be released closely to the Pre-assembly positions first. b. Follow adjustment steps shown in Item 1.2. Clip LP Overfill Vertical Adjustment Screw

Overfill Horizontal Adjustment Screw Fig. 1-1 Fig. 1-2

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1. Press down the Clip

2. Insert the LP Module

Fig. 1-3

LP Datum of DMD HSG

Fig. 1-4

Overfill adjustment screws

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1. Place Clips on BKT surface 3. Lock screw

2. Push Baffle LP to hook DMD HSG Fig. 1-5-1 Fig. 1-5-2

Pre assemble this screw not over the side surface.

Pre assemble this screw not over the bottom surface.

Fig. 1-6

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2. Assembly FM Module: Place FM on HLD FM surface(Fig. 2-1) and use Clip FM to fix FM(Fig. 2-2). Clip FM hook the punch points

Touch the side surface

Fig. 2-1 3. Assembly HSG ILL Module: 3.1 CM Assembly I.

Fig. 2-2

Insert Clip CM Side first, and then place Clip Front CM to fixed-shaft of ILL SUB before locking screw (Fig. 3-1, Fig. 3-2). II. Assemble CM to HSG ILL and to make CM contact three datum on the HSG ILL Well (Fig. 3-3). III. Assemble CLIP TOP CM (with forceps) to the HSG IL (Fig. 3-4,). IV. To check and make sure CLIP of CM hooks the HSG ILL very Well (Fig. 3-5). V. Paste Sponge tube AL on cannelure of HSG ILL (Fig. 3-6). 6.2 FM Module Assembly 1. FM Module must be placed to fixed shaft and on the datum surface of ILL SUB Fixed shafts and then lock with screw well (Fig. 3-7). of ILL SUB

Clip CM Side

Screw

Fig. 3-1

Fig. 3-2

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Datum3 Datum1

Datum2

Fig. 3-3 Clip UP CM

Fig. 3-4

Fig. 3-5

Sponge

Fig. 3-6

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screw

Fig. 3-7 4. AL, HSG ILL and HSG DMD Assembly: 4.1 Placed AL on the HSG DMD. The raised surface of AL shall toward DMD direction (Fig. 4-1). 4.2 To assemble HSG ILL SUB Module with HSG DMD and cover over on AL and the then lock with screws (Fig. 4-2). Fixed shafts& holes

AL screw

DMD Direction

Fig. 4-1

Fig. 4-2

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5. DMD and Chip B/D Module: 5.1. Judge Chip B/D and DMD alignment keying first (Fig. 5-1, 5-2). 5.2. Alight keying and Assemble DMD to Chip B/D (Fig. 5-3). 5.3. Push DMD slightly and use screwdriver rotate clockwise button to lock (close notation) DMD on Chip B/D (Fig. 5-4).

Fig. 5-1 Alignment keying

Fig. 5-2

Open notation Button

Close notation Fig. 5-3 5.4 Place Damper on the surface of Chip-BD Fig. 5-5. Fig. 5-4
Damper

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6. Assembly Optical Engine: 6.1 Assemble BKT Link Lamp & CW shield on DMD HSG and then lock with screws well (Fig. 6-1). Shield CW

Screw

BKT Link Lamp

Fig. 6-1 7. Assembly OP ENG 7.1 Assemble Baffle DMD to HSG DMD (Fig.7-1). 7.2 Assemble Sponge DMD to HSG DMD (Fig.7-1). 7.3 Assemble Chip B/D Module to HSG DMD (Fig. 7-2).

Alignment keying

Baffle DMD Sponge DMD Fig.7-1

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Fixed shafts of DMD HSG

Fig.7-2-1 Fixed holes of DMD

Fig.7-2 7.4 Assemble Thermal Pad & Gasket Hest-sink then place contact DMD (Fig. 7-3). i. Pre-fastening Sequence: [ 1 ] - [ 2 ] - [ 3 ] - [ 4 ]. ii. Fastening Sequence: [ 2 ] - [ 1 ] - [ 4 ] - [ 3 ]. iii. Screw Torque must be confirmed to be 6 kg-cm.

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Screw

1
Gasket

2
4
Fig. 7-3 7.5 Assemble CW Module to DMD HSG and lock with screws well (Fig.7-4).

Screw

Fixed shafts of DMD HSG

Fig.7-4

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7.6 Assemble Mylar Antidust well (Fig. 7-5). Fixed shafts of DMD HSG

Mylar Antidust

Fig.7-5 7.7 Assemble PL LENS and lock with screws well (Follow MP522 assembly) (Fig. 7-6).

Screw

Fig. 7-6

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7.8 Assemble Ring Zoom and lock with screws well (Fig. 7-7).

Screws* 2PCS Fig. 7-7 7.9 Assemble Ring Focus (Fig. 7-8).

Insert and push Ring Focus until fix on the pin of LENS Fig. 7-8

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7.10 Assemble Lamp Module to BKT Link Lamp and then lock with screw well (Fig. 7-10, Fig. 7-11).

Screw Fixed shafts

Fig. 7-10

Fig. 7-11

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Module Assembly Key Point Mechanical


1. Assemble Lower case This module includes LC*1pcs,Sponge*1pcs SHD LC*1pcsScrew*3pcs

Sponge pasted as lower case, must closed to hook.

Screw*3pcs

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2. Lower case and Adjust foot

Spring no bend 3. Blower module assemble with LC This step includes blower module*1pcs and screw2pcs

Screw*2pcs

4. Ballast wire Alignment dressed It needs screw*2pcs

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The EMI cord will behind the mylar-ballast screws*2

The wire neednt around this rib.

Ballast to Lamp wire should align in to this groove

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5. Mylar-ballast and blower module assembly

First: assy Blower module

Second: assy Mylar Ballast

Ballast to Lamp wire also should align in to Mylar Ballast groove

6. Lamp box assemble with lower case Rib This step needs screw*2pcs to fix assembly lamp-box with LC!

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7. PWR BD board must check the height of soldering tin This step needs check connector and boss height. A piece of screw*1pcs needs dress. Screw*1pc

This cord direction should like this 8. The assembly of OPE and LC This step needs screw/8F.VA564.7R0*3pcs to tighten. And the sequence needs obey according to picture. For EMI, the rubber power is necessary.

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Screw*3pcs

Rubber Power 9. Fix PWR between SHD-PWR and LC Assemble SHD-Power This assembly includes SHD/3K.0R501.031*1pcs, saddle/4B.0R501.001*1pcs and a piece of mylar/4K.0R501.001*1pcs.

This step needs screw*4pcs to tighten parts.

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Screw

Screw Confirm the position of EMI cord right.

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10. Main BD assembly and connector position Need check the connectors OK completely This step adds sponge*1pcs

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11. Assemble Main BD SHD CW sensor board wire and CW FPC alignment Please align the CW FPC, then put the sensor wire into the saddle together. Second, screw*4pcs will be done firstly. The add screw*1pcs and clip*1pcs Finally, assemble fan and fix the wire by clip.

First Screw*4pcs

Screw*1 pc

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12. Front IR wire to MB alignment

Front IR wire should align in to these grooves

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13. Stick the leakage Mylar

Align IR-holder side (A and B) paste mylar A

B 14. Dress the Inlet-case, outlet-case and rear-case It is necessary to confirm the position of SHD when assembling the rear-case!

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Please attention a piece of Mylar on Rear-case Refer to its assembly as follows: Shield K-LUCK light leakage Action: add new Mylar at rear case Align this side

Align this side

No adhesive area

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15. Assembly side case Assy case-inlet:

Assy case-outlet: (For X1130PA / X1230PK/ X1230P/ X1237/ X1230PA) It includes Case-outlet*1pcs, sponge*3pcs, speaker*1pcs and screw*2pcs.

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For this module, pay attention to the first position of sponge and the orientation of SPK.

16. Assembling the case-upper Align this side pasted sponge

Push bkt-key and key closed Add washer and screw to hold key-bkt

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Add a piece of sponge for light leakage

17. Ballast to lamp wire alignment Lamp box should close up the opening of lower case

Lamp connector assemble with rib

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18. Lamp Door screw assemble sequence

19. Protect firm at upper case must have no bubble Must use a scraper to removed the bubbles.

20. Add a piece of Mylar for light leakage

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Chapter 4

Troubleshooting
Step 1. Check Lamp Door 2. Check Connection between Power BD and Main BD 3. Check Power Board and Interlock 4. Check Main Board Step 1. Check Lampen wire , Lamp wire and Ballast wire 2. Check C/W and wire connection 3. Check Main board 4. Check Lamp 5. Check Ballast

System Analysis

Keypad LED OK?

NO

YES

Lamp On?

NO

YES Step 1. Check Input Cable 2. Check OSD Source set up 3. Check Main board

No Signal?

YES

NO

Power Auto Turn Off?

YES

Step 1. Check OSD Lamp Hours 2. Check Lamp Door 3. Check Lamp still light or not? 4. Check Fan still spin or not? 5. Check Thermal status Step 1. Check Remote module battery 2. Check Remote module 3. Check IR wire between Main board and IR board 4. Check IR Reciver on IR board Step 1. Check the connection between Main BD and Chip BD 2. Check the connection between OP engine and DMD Chip 3. Check Chip board 4. Check Main board

NO

IR Remote Control NG?

YES

NO

Pixel Fail?

YES

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Optical Problems Checking Items Trouble Shooting Guide No. Item 1 Brightness 1. Change lamp 2 Uniformity 1. Change lamp 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Check ADC calibration Check users menu brightness & contrast are default Clean DMD Clean PL Check ILL stop assy

FOFO Contrast

ANSI Contrast

1. Clean PL 2. Clean DMD 3. Change PL 1. Check color wheel delay 2. Check CW 50% point. Replace CW if necessary 1. Change lamp 1. Refer to next page 2. Change CM 3. Change SUB HSG 1. Refer to next page 2. Change CM 3. Change SUB HSG 1. Change Projection Lens 2. Check PL datum and DMD parallel Clean DMD 1. Check connector between chip BD and Main BD 2. Re-install DMD with chip BD 3. Check if any pin of C-Spring is missing, damaged or dirty 4. Change new Chip BD/C-Spring 5. Change new DMD Change new DMD

5 6 7

Color Color Uniformity Blue Edge

Blue/Purple Border

9 10

Focus Dust

11

Horizontal/Vertical Strips

12

Pixel Fail

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Blue Edge Trouble Shooting: I. Re-adjust Overfill first. For Overfill Re-adjustment: i. Those 2 Adjustment Screws must be released for around 2 mm first. ii. Alignment Sequence: a. To adjust Horizontal Adjustment Screw firstly, then Vertical Adjustment Screw. b. Refer to below Figure.
(2) Overfill Vertical Adjustment Screw

(1) Overfill Horizontal Adjustment Screw

II. Re-assemble LP moduleinclude LP, LP Baffle, LP clip.

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Power Supply Problems Checking Flow

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LED Messages Definition External Status indicator LED Name Power LED Lamp Status LED Temperature Status LED

Detailed Description Display the power on/off sequence status Display the Lamp status (Lamp fail, Lamp spoil etc.) Display the Thermal status (Fan Fail, Over Temperature, etc.) Temp_LED
Red Flash ON to OFF -----

Lamp_LED
Power Plug Standby Power button ON Lamp retry Cooling state Power button OFF: Cooling completed; Standby Mode Firmware Download Thermal sensor error (T2 85 ) (Lamp Over Temperature) OSD shows Projector Overheated Thermal sensor error (T1 40 ) OSD shows Projector Overheated Fan lock error OSD shows red Fan Fail, Will automatically turn off soon Lamp error (Lamp, ballast) Red Flash ON to OFF -----

Power_LED
Red Flash ON to OFF ON --0.5 second H(ON), 0.5 second L(OFF) flashing ON ON

Power_LED
Blue --ON
0.5 second H(On), 0.5 second L(Off) flashing

--

--

--

-ON

--

ON

--

ON

--

ON

--

ON

--

0.5 second H(On), 0.5 second L(Off) flashing

--

ON

ON 0.5 second H(ON), 0.5 second L(OFF) flashing

---

---

ON ON

Color Wheel fail

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Error Count Messages Definition Error Count LAMP Fail error FAN 1 Speed Error FAN 2 Speed Error FAN 3 Speed Error Sensor 1 Open Error Sensor 2 Open Error Sensor 1 Short Error Sensor 2 Short Error Temperature 1 Error Temperature 2 Error FAN IC I2C ERROR Definition LAMP OFF LAMP FAN SPEED ERROR Specification DETECT LAMPLIT SPEED OVER 20%

BALLAST FAN SPEED ERROR SPEED OVER 20% BLOWER FAN SPEED ERROR SPEED OVER 20% Main Board SENSOR ERROR Power board SENSOR ERROR Main Board SENSOR ERROR Power board SENSOR ERROR over limited temperature over limited temperature I2C communication error DETECT Sensor 1 DETECT Sensor 2 DETECT Sensor 1 DETECT Sensor 2 N/A N/A N/A

Fan 3 : Blower Fan

Fan 1 : Lamp Fan Fan 2 : Power Fan

Thermal sensor 1

LED message

Thermal sensor 2

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RS232 Connection 1. Connection: Below shows the illustration of connection between PC and Projector.

<CAUTION> Make sure that your computer and projector are turned off before connection. Power on the computer first, and then plug the power cord of the projector. (It may cause Com port incorrect function, if you do not follow this instruction) Adapters may be necessary depending on the PC connected to this projector. Please contact with your dealer for further details. 2. Hardware connection <download cable 1>

<pin assignment for this two end>

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Interface Settings RS-232 protocol Baud Rate Data Length Parity Check Stop Bit Flow Control

115200 bps 8 bit None 1 bit None

Command Category Refer to Appendix A

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Adjustment / Alignment Procedure Content : 1. Color Wheel Delay Alignment 2. Overfill adjustment 3. PC Alignment Procedure 4. Keystone Calibration

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1. Color Wheel Delay Alignment Procedure: 1. Enter Factory Mode 2. Enter Block 1 3. Change CW Delay by adjusting the following gray pattern to smooth

32 Gray pattern

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2. Overfill adjustment (Blue Edge adjustment) 1. Full White Pattern is suggested for this alignment. 2. Adjust 2 LP-alignment Screws (upper side / lower front side of Optical Engine) behind Color Wheel. 3. Alignment Criteria is to adjust these 2 screws until No Dark Edges and No Shadows can be observed in image.

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3.

PC Alignment Procedure Value 512 512 512 1024 1024 1024 512 512

OSD Default value: Item Cal R Offset Cal G Offset Cal B Offset Cal R Gain Cal G Gain Cal B Gain YPbPr R Offset YPbPr B Offset Procedure: Gray Level: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Connect power cord, D-sub cable, and pattern generator into projector Light on projector Change Timing and pattern of pattern generator Timing: For X1130P/X1130PA : 800*600 @60Hz (SVGA) For X1230PK/ X1230P/ X1230PA/ X1237: 1024*768@60Hz (XGA) Pattern: pattern 1 Press keypad Resync to confirm image frame is correct Enter factory mode and select 3rd page in factory mode Set Factory values to default Change Timing and pattern of pattern generator Timing: For X1130P/X1130PA : 800*600 @60Hz (SVGA) For X1230PK/ X1230P/ X1230PA/ X1237: 1024*768@60Hz (XGA) Pattern: As Figure above {A near white color (240,240,240) and a near black color (16,16,16)} Press Calibration RGB to let the black level to just distinguish, and the light output of white level to just max Check the 32 levels of gray. All steps must appear Done.

White-black pattern

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4.

Keystone Calibration

ConditionHorizontal plane(0) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Make projector be horizontal Enter factory menu Enter into Block 3 in factory menu Select item AutoKeystoneCal Press key Left or Right to do auto calibration Finish 0calibration and bellow items will show data: AutoKeystoneXCal: 5 AutoKeystoneXOffset: 20

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Chapter 5

FRU List

Exploded Diagram Module 1 Total Exploded View

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Module 2 ASSY UPPER CASE

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Module 3 ASSY LOWER CASE

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Module 4 ASSY FRONT CASE

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FRU List
Model CATEGORY PARTNAME ACER PART NO. Projector Remote Control Qisda RC Q5 layout (25 VZ.K0300.002 keys w/o Laser, w/o Mouse, with PgUp/PgDn) Projector Remote Control Qisda RC Q3 layout (25 VZ.K0300.001 keys w/o Laser, Mouse, PgUp/PgDn) MAIN BOARD(W/ KEYPAD 55.K060Q.001 BOARD) Photo

X1130P

ACCESSORY

X1130PA/X1230 PK/X1230PA/X1 ACCESSORY 230P/X1237

X1130P

BOARD

X1130PA

BOARD

MAIN BOARD (W/ KEYPAD 55.K090Q.001 BOARD)

X1230PK

BOARD

MAIN BOARD(W/ 55.K030Q.001 KEYPAD BOARD)

X1230PA/X1230 BOARD P/X1237

MAIN BOARD(W/ 55.K100Q.001 KEYPAD BOARD)

X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 BOARD 30PA/X1230P/X 1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 BOARD 30PA/X1230P/X 1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 BOARD 30PA/X1230P/X 1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 BOARD 30PA/X1230P/X 1237

BALLAST (LAMP 55.K060Q.002 DRIVER)

POWER BOARD 55.K060Q.003

DMD CHIP BAOD 55.K060Q.004

IR SENSOR BOARD

55.J900Q.005

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X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 30PA/X1230P/X 1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 30PA/X1230P/X 1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 30PA/X1230P/X 1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 30PA/X1230P/X 1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 30PA/X1230P/X 1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 30PA/X1230P/X 1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 30PA/X1230P/X 1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 30PA/X1230P/X 1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 30PA/X1230P/X 1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 30PA/X1230P/X 1237

CABLE

POWER CORD UK

27.LDW0Q.001

CABLE

POWER CORD EUR

27.LBJ0Q.001

CABLE

POWER CORD SWIS

50.LE20Q.004

CABLE

POWER CORD ARF

27.LCE0Q.002

CABLE

POWER CORD US

27.LBJ0Q.002

CABLE

POWER CORD AUS

27.LBJ0Q.004

CABLE

POWER CORD CHINA

50.LE10Q.004

CABLE

POWER CORD THAILAND

27.J900Q.001

CABLE

POWER CORD INDIA

27.LCE0Q.001

CABLE

POWER CORD JP POWER CORD KOR

27.LE20Q.001

X1130PA/X1230 CABLE P/X1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 CABLE 30PA/X1230P/X 1237 X1230PK/X1230 CABLE P/X1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 CABLE 30PA/X1230P/X 1237

27.K090Q.001

D-SUB CABLE

50.J900Q.001

RCA CABLE

50.J900Q.002

CABLE M/B TO IR BOARD

50.J900Q.003

90

X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 CABLE 30PA/X1230P/X 1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 CABLE 30PA/X1230P/X 1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 CABLE 30PA/X1230P/X 1237

CABLE BALLAST 50.K060Q.001 TO LAMP

CABLE POWER BOARD TO BALLAST

50.K060Q.002

CABLE M/B TO BALLAST

50.K060Q.003

X1130P

CASE/COVER/B REAR CASE RACKET ASSEMBLY

60.K060Q.001

X1230PK

CASE/COVER/B RACKET REAR CASE ASSEMBLY

60.K030Q.001

X1130PA/X1230 CASE/COVER/B PA/X1230P/X12 RACKET REAR CASE 37 ASSEMBLY X1130P/X1130P CASE/COVER/B A/X1230PK/X12 RACKET INTEL CASE 30PA/X1230P/X ASSEMBLY 1237 X1130P/X1130P CASE/COVER/B A/X1230PK/X12 RACKET OUTLET CASE 30PA/X1230P/X ASSEMBLY 1237 X1130P/X1130P UPPER CASE CASE/COVER/B A/X1230PK/X12 (W/ KEYPAD RACKET RUBBER& 30PA/X1230P/X ASSEMBLY 1237 BRACKET) X1130P/X1130P CASE/COVER/B LOWER CASE A/X1230PK/X12 RACKET (W/ ADJUST 30PA/X1230P/X ASSEMBLY FOOT) 1237

60.K090Q.001

60.K060Q.002

60.J900Q.003

60.K060Q.003

60.J900Q.005

X1130P/X1130P CASE/COVER/B A/X1230PK/X12 FRONT CASE RACKET 60.J900Q.006 30PA/X1230P/X (W/O IR BOARD) ASSEMBLY 1237

91

X1130P/X1130P CASE/COVER/B A/X1230PK/X12 LAMP DOOR RACKET 30PA/X1230P/X ASSEMBLY 1237 X1130P/X1130P CASE/COVER/B A/X1230PK/X12 RACKET ZOOM RING 30PA/X1230P/X ASSEMBLY 1237 X1130P/X1130P CASE/COVER/B A/X1230PK/X12 FOCUS RING RACKET 30PA/X1230P/X ASSEMBLY 1237

60.J900Q.007

60.J900Q.008

60.J900Q.009

Phillips X1130P/X1130P X1130P/X1230PK DIGITAL LIGHT Lamp Module EC.K0600.001 A/X1230PK/X12 DEVICE 189W, DIT85, 30PA/X1230P DDP2430 Lamp Module for DIGITAL LIGHT X1237 (Phillips EC.K1200.001 DEVICE UHP 185-163W /E20.6-B) COLOR WHEEL MODULE(W/ SENSOR BD & CABLE)

X1237

X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 DIGITAL LIGHT 30PA/X1230P/X DEVICE 1237

57.K060Q.001

X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 DIGITAL LIGHT LIGHT PIPE 30PA/X1230P/X DEVICE 1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 DIGITAL LIGHT LENS 30PA/X1230P/X DEVICE 1237

57.J900Q.002

57.K060Q.002

X1130P/X1130P DIGITAL LIGHT DMD CHIP A DEVICE

57.K060Q.003

X1230PK/X1230 DIGITAL LIGHT DMD CHIP PA DEVICE

57.K030Q.001

X1230P/X1237

DIGITAL LIGHT DMD CHIP DEVICE

TBC

92

X1130P/X1130P DIGITAL LIGHT ENGINE A DEVICE MODULE

57.K060Q.004

X1230PK/X1230 DIGITAL LIGHT ENGINE DEVICE MODULE PA

57.K030Q.002

X1230P/X1237

DIGITAL LIGHT ENGINE DEVICE MODULE

TBC

X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 FAN 30PA/X1230P/X 1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 FAN 30PA/X1230P/X 1237 X1130PA/X1230 PK/X1230PA/X1 SPEAKER 230P/X1237

FAN (X2)

23.K060Q.001

FAN BLOWER MODULE

23.K060Q.002

SPEAKER

23.K030Q.001

X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 MISCELLANEO FOOT ADJFOOT 47.J900Q.001 30PA/X1230P/X US 1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 MISCELLANEO RUBBER 30PA/X1230P/X US ADJFOOT PAD 1237 X1130P/X1130P A/X1230PK/X12 JIG BOARD 30PA/X1230P/X 1237 TOOL KIT FOR EDID UPLOAD

47.J900Q.002

6K.J900Q.001

(Note) The updated P/N refers to latest Spare Part List

93

Appendix A - Code List: IR / RS232 / DDC Data


1. Remote Control Code: IR setting value Frequency: 38kHz Protocal: NEC format b. IR command code X1130P: Customer code0813

94

X1130PA/ X1230PK/ X1230P/ X1230PA/ X1237: Customer code0813

95

2. RS-232 Command Code General command type (Projector receives commands) No


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 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Code (character) OKOKOKOKOK * 0 IR 001 * 0 IR 002 * 0 IR 004 * 0 IR 006 * 0 IR 007 * 0 IR 008 * 0 IR 009 * 0 IR 010 * 0 IR 011 * 0 IR 012 * 0 IR 013 * 0 IR 014 * 0 IR 015 * 0 IR 016 * 0 IR 017 * 0 IR 018 * 0 IR 019 * 0 IR 020 * 0 IR 021 * 0 IR 022 * 0 IR 023 * 0 IR 024 * 0 IR 025 * 0 IR 026 * 0 IR 027 * 0 IR 028 * 0 IR 029 * 0 IR 030 * 0 IR 031 * 0 IR 032 * 0 IR 033 * 0 IR 034 * 0 IR 035 * 0 IR 036 * 0 IR 037 * 0 IR 040 * 0 IR 041 * 0 IR 042 * 0 IR 043

Function feature
Power On Power On Power Off Keystone Mute Freeze Menu Up Down Right Left Enter Re-Sync Source Analog RGB for D-sub Source Digital RGB Source PbPr for D-sub Source S-Video Source Composite Video Source Component Video Aspect ratio 16:9 Aspect ratio 4:3 Volume + Volume Brightness Contrast Color Temperature Source Analog RGB for DVI Port Source Analog YPbPr for DVI Port Hide Source Video: Color saturation adjustment Video: Hue adjustment Video: Sharpness adjustment Query Model name Query Native display resolution Query company name Aspect ratioL.Box Aspect ratio 1:1 Keystone Up Keystone Down

Note
support support support support support support support support support support support Unsupport support support Unsupport Unsupport support support support support support support support support support support Unsupport Unsupport support support support support support support support support Unsupport Unsupport support support

96

41 42 43 44 45 46 47

* 0 IR 044 * 0 IR 045 * 0 IR 046 * 0 IR 047 * 0 IR 048 * 0 IR 049 * 0 IR 050

Keystone Left Keystone Right Zoom e-Key Color RGB Language Source HDMI

Unsupport Unsupport support support support support Unsupport

General command type (Projector transmits commands) NO


1 2 3 Code (character) Model XXXXXXXX Res XXXXX Name XXXXXXXX

Function feature
Return the Model name Return the Native display resolution Return the company name

Note
support support support

Lamp command type (Projector receives commands) NO


1 2 Code (character) * 0 Lamp ? * 0 Lamp

Function feature
Query the lamp ON/OFF Query the lamp hours

Note
support support

Lamp command type (Projector transmits commands) NO


1 2 3 Code (character) Lamp 0 Lamp 1 XXXX

Function feature
Return Lamp OFF status Return Lamp ON status Return Lamp hours

Note
support support support

Source command type (Projector receives commands) NO


1 Code (character) * 0 Src ?

Function feature
Query source input type

Note
support

97

3. DDC Data
X1130P EDID

EDID Block 0, Bytes 0-127 [00H-7FH] Block Type: EDID 1.3 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F ________________________________________________________________ | 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 04 72 05 06 01 00 00 00 | 01 13 01 03 0E 00 00 78 0A D1 8A A5 57 58 96 23 | 17 50 60 3F CF 80 31 7C 45 7C 61 7C 81 80 81 C0 | 81 00 95 00 B3 00 A0 0F 20 00 31 58 1C 20 28 80 | 14 00 00 00 00 00 00 1E 00 00 00 FD 00 30 78 1F | 5D 11 00 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FC 00 58 | 31 31 33 30 50 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FF | 00 4B 30 36 30 35 30 30 31 38 34 30 31 0A 00 AF

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70

______________________________________________________________________ (08H-09H) (0AH-0BH) (0CH-0FH) (10H) (11H) (12H) (13H) (14H) ID Manufacturer Name _________________________ = ACR Product ID Code ______________________________ = 0605 Last 5 Digits of Serial Number _______________ = 00001 Week of Manufacture __________________________ = 01 Year of Manufacture __________________________ = 2009 EDID Version Number __________________________ =1 EDID Revision Number _________________________ =3

(15H) (16H) (17H) (18H)

VIDEO INPUT DEFINITION: Analog Signal 0.700, 0.300 (1.000 Vp-p) Sync on Green, Composite Sync, Separate Syncs Maximum Horizontal Image Size ________________ = Maximum Vertical Image Size __________________ = Display Gamma ________________________________ DPMS and Supported Feature(s): Preferred Timing Mode Display Type = R/G/B Color

mm mm = 2.20

(19H-22H) CHROMA INFO: Red x - 0.647 Green x - 0.344 Blue x - 0.139 White x - 0.314 Red y - 0.341 Green y - 0.587 Blue y - 0.090 White y - 0.377 (23H) ESTABLISHED TIMING I: 640 x 480 @ 60Hz (IBM,VGA) 640 x 480 @ 67Hz (Apple,Mac II) 640 x 480 @ 72Hz (VESA) 640 x 480 @ 75Hz (VESA) 800 x 600 @ 56Hz (VESA) 800 x 600 @ 60Hz (VESA) ESTABLISHED TIMING II: 800 x 600 @ 72Hz (VESA) 800 x 600 @ 75Hz (VESA) 1024 x 768 @ 60Hz (VESA) 1024 x 768 @ 70Hz (VESA) 1024 x 768 @ 75Hz (VESA) 1280 x 1024 @ 75Hz (VESA) Manufacturer's Reserved Timing: 1152 x 870 @ 75Hz (Apple,Mac II) Standard Timing Identification: Standard Timing ID 1: 640 x 480 @120Hz

(24H)

(25H)

(38-53)

98

Standard Timing ID 2: 800 x 600 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 3: 1024 x 768 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 4: 1280 x 1024 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 5: 1280 x 720 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 6: 1280 x 800 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 7: 1440 x 900 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 8: 1680 x 1050 @60Hz ______________________________________________________________________ (36H-47H) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 1: 800x600 Pixel Clock: 40.00 MHz ______________________________________________________________________ Horizontal Image Size: 0 mm Vertical Image Size: 0 mm Refreshed Mode: Non-Interlaced Normal Display - No Stereo Horizontal: Active Count: 800 pixels Sync Offset: 40 pixels Border: 0 pixels Vertical: Active Count: 600 lines Sync Offset: 1 lines Border: 0 lines Blanking Count: 28 lines Sync Pulse Width: 4 lines Frequency: 60.32 Hz

Blanking Count: 256 pixels Sync Pulse Width: 128 pixels Frequency: 37.88 kHz

Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (+) Vertical Polarity (+) ______________________________________________________________________ (48H-59H) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 2: Monitor Range Limits: Min Vertical Freq - 48 Hz Max Vertical Freq - 120 Hz Min Horiz. Freq - 31 kHz Max Horiz. Freq - 93 kHz Pixel Clock - 170 MHz GTF - Not Used ______________________________________________________________________ (5AH-6BH) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 3: Monitor Name: X1130P ______________________________________________________________________ (6CH-7DH) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 4: Monitor Serial Number: K06050018401 (7EH) Block No: (7FH) No Extension EDID Block(s) CheckSum OK

99

X1130PA EDID EDID Block 0, Bytes 0-127 [00H-7FH] Block Type: EDID 1.3 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F ________________________________________________________________ | 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 04 72 05 09 01 00 00 00 | 01 13 01 03 0E 00 00 78 0A D1 8A A5 57 58 96 23 | 17 50 60 3F CF 80 31 7C 45 7C 61 7C 81 80 81 C0 | 81 00 95 00 B3 00 A0 0F 20 00 31 58 1C 20 28 80 | 14 00 00 00 00 00 00 1E 00 00 00 FD 00 30 78 1F | 5D 11 00 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FC 00 58 | 31 31 33 30 50 41 0A 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FF | 00 4B 30 39 30 35 30 30 31 38 34 30 31 0A 00 88

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70

______________________________________________________________________ (08H-09H) (0AH-0BH) (0CH-0FH) (10H) (11H) (12H) (13H) (14H) ID Manufacturer Name _________________________ = ACR Product ID Code ______________________________ = 0905 Last 5 Digits of Serial Number _______________ = 00001 Week of Manufacture __________________________ = 01 Year of Manufacture __________________________ = 2009 EDID Version Number __________________________ =1 EDID Revision Number _________________________ =3

(15H) (16H) (17H) (18H)

VIDEO INPUT DEFINITION: Analog Signal 0.700, 0.300 (1.000 Vp-p) Sync on Green, Composite Sync, Separate Syncs Maximum Horizontal Image Size ________________ = Maximum Vertical Image Size __________________ = Display Gamma ________________________________ DPMS and Supported Feature(s): Preferred Timing Mode Display Type = R/G/B Color

mm mm = 2.20

(19H-22H) CHROMA INFO: Red x - 0.647 Green x - 0.344 Blue x - 0.139 White x - 0.314 Red y - 0.341 Green y - 0.587 Blue y - 0.090 White y - 0.377 (23H) ESTABLISHED TIMING I: 640 x 480 @ 60Hz (IBM,VGA) 640 x 480 @ 67Hz (Apple,Mac II) 640 x 480 @ 72Hz (VESA) 640 x 480 @ 75Hz (VESA) 800 x 600 @ 56Hz (VESA) 800 x 600 @ 60Hz (VESA) ESTABLISHED TIMING II: 800 x 600 @ 72Hz (VESA) 800 x 600 @ 75Hz (VESA) 1024 x 768 @ 60Hz (VESA) 1024 x 768 @ 70Hz (VESA) 1024 x 768 @ 75Hz (VESA) 1280 x 1024 @ 75Hz (VESA) Manufacturer's Reserved Timing: 1152 x 870 @ 75Hz (Apple,Mac II) Standard Timing Identification: Standard Timing ID 1: 640 x 480 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 2: 800 x 600 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 3: 1024 x 768 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 4: 1280 x 1024 @60Hz

(24H)

(25H)

(38-53)

100

Standard Timing ID 5: 1280 x 720 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 6: 1280 x 800 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 7: 1440 x 900 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 8: 1680 x 1050 @60Hz ______________________________________________________________________ (36H-47H) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 1: 800x600 Pixel Clock: 40.00 MHz ______________________________________________________________________ Horizontal Image Size: 0 mm Vertical Image Size: 0 mm Refreshed Mode: Non-Interlaced Normal Display - No Stereo Horizontal: Active Count: 800 pixels Sync Offset: 40 pixels Border: 0 pixels Vertical: Active Count: 600 lines Sync Offset: 1 lines Border: 0 lines Blanking Count: 28 lines Sync Pulse Width: 4 lines Frequency: 60.32 Hz

Blanking Count: 256 pixels Sync Pulse Width: 128 pixels Frequency: 37.88 kHz

Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (+) Vertical Polarity (+) ______________________________________________________________________ (48H-59H) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 2: Monitor Range Limits: Min Vertical Freq - 48 Hz Max Vertical Freq - 120 Hz Min Horiz. Freq - 31 kHz Max Horiz. Freq - 93 kHz Pixel Clock - 170 MHz GTF - Not Used ______________________________________________________________________ (5AH-6BH) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 3: Monitor Name: X1130PA ______________________________________________________________________ (6CH-7DH) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 4: Monitor Serial Number: K09050018401

(7EH) Block No: (7FH)

No Extension EDID Block(s) CheckSum OK

101

X1230PK EDID

EDID Block 0, Bytes 0-127 [00H-7FH] Block Type: EDID 1.3 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F ________________________________________________________________ | 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 04 72 05 03 01 00 00 00 | 01 13 01 03 0E 00 00 78 0A D1 8A A5 57 58 96 23 | 17 50 60 3F CF 80 31 7C 45 7C 61 7C 81 80 81 C0 | 81 00 95 00 B3 00 64 19 00 40 41 00 26 30 18 88 | 36 00 00 00 00 00 00 18 00 00 00 FD 00 30 78 1F | 5D 11 00 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FC 00 58 | 31 32 33 30 50 4B 0A 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FF | 00 4B 30 33 30 35 30 30 31 38 34 30 31 0A 00 B5

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70

______________________________________________________________________ (08H-09H) (0AH-0BH) (0CH-0FH) (10H) (11H) (12H) (13H) (14H) ID Manufacturer Name _________________________ = ACR Product ID Code ______________________________ = 0305 Last 5 Digits of Serial Number _______________ = 00001 Week of Manufacture __________________________ = 01 Year of Manufacture __________________________ = 2009 EDID Version Number __________________________ =1 EDID Revision Number _________________________ =3

(15H) (16H) (17H) (18H)

VIDEO INPUT DEFINITION: Analog Signal 0.700, 0.300 (1.000 Vp-p) Sync on Green, Composite Sync, Separate Syncs Maximum Horizontal Image Size ________________ = Maximum Vertical Image Size __________________ = Display Gamma ________________________________ DPMS and Supported Feature(s): Preferred Timing Mode Display Type = R/G/B Color

mm mm = 2.20

(19H-22H) CHROMA INFO: Red x - 0.647 Green x - 0.344 Blue x - 0.139 White x - 0.314 Red y - 0.341 Green y - 0.587 Blue y - 0.090 White y - 0.377 (23H) ESTABLISHED TIMING I: 640 x 480 @ 60Hz (IBM,VGA) 640 x 480 @ 67Hz (Apple,Mac II) 640 x 480 @ 72Hz (VESA) 640 x 480 @ 75Hz (VESA) 800 x 600 @ 56Hz (VESA) 800 x 600 @ 60Hz (VESA) ESTABLISHED TIMING II: 800 x 600 @ 72Hz (VESA) 800 x 600 @ 75Hz (VESA) 1024 x 768 @ 60Hz (VESA) 1024 x 768 @ 70Hz (VESA) 1024 x 768 @ 75Hz (VESA) 1280 x 1024 @ 75Hz (VESA) Manufacturer's Reserved Timing: 1152 x 870 @ 75Hz (Apple,Mac II) Standard Timing Identification: Standard Timing ID 1: 640 x 480 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 2: 800 x 600 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 3: 1024 x 768 @120Hz

(24H)

(25H)

(38-53)

102

Standard Timing ID 4: 1280 x 1024 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 5: 1280 x 720 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 6: 1280 x 800 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 7: 1440 x 900 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 8: 1680 x 1050 @60Hz ______________________________________________________________________ (36H-47H) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 1: 1024x768 Pixel Clock: 65.00 MHz ______________________________________________________________________ Horizontal Image Size: 0 mm Vertical Image Size: 0 mm Refreshed Mode: Non-Interlaced Normal Display - No Stereo Horizontal: Active Count: 1024 pixels Sync Offset: 24 pixels Border: 0 pixels Vertical: Active Count: 768 lines Sync Offset: 3 lines Border: 0 lines Blanking Count: 38 lines Sync Pulse Width: 6 lines Frequency: 60.00 Hz

Blanking Count: 320 pixels Sync Pulse Width: 136 pixels Frequency: 48.36 kHz

Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (-) Vertical Polarity (-) ______________________________________________________________________ (48H-59H) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 2: Monitor Range Limits: Min Vertical Freq - 48 Hz Max Vertical Freq - 120 Hz Min Horiz. Freq - 31 kHz Max Horiz. Freq - 93 kHz Pixel Clock - 170 MHz GTF - Not Used ______________________________________________________________________ (5AH-6BH) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 3: Monitor Name: X1230PK ______________________________________________________________________ (6CH-7DH) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 4: Monitor Serial Number: K03050018401 (7EH) Block No: (7FH) No Extension EDID Block(s) CheckSum OK

103

X1230PA EDID EDID Block 0, Bytes 0-127 [00H-7FH] Block Type: EDID 1.3 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F ________________________________________________________________ | 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 04 72 05 10 01 00 00 00 | 01 13 01 03 0E 00 00 78 0A D1 8A A5 57 58 96 23 | 17 50 60 3F CF 80 31 7C 45 7C 61 7C 81 80 81 C0 | 81 00 95 00 B3 00 64 19 00 40 41 00 26 30 18 88 | 36 00 00 00 00 00 00 18 00 00 00 FD 00 30 78 1F | 5D 11 00 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FC 00 58 | 31 32 33 30 50 41 0A 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FF | 00 4B 31 30 30 35 30 30 31 38 34 30 31 0A 00 B4

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70

______________________________________________________________________ (08H-09H) (0AH-0BH) (0CH-0FH) (10H) (11H) (12H) (13H) (14H) ID Manufacturer Name _________________________ = ACR Product ID Code ______________________________ = 1005 Last 5 Digits of Serial Number _______________ = 00001 Week of Manufacture __________________________ = 01 Year of Manufacture __________________________ = 2009 EDID Version Number __________________________ =1 EDID Revision Number _________________________ =3

(15H) (16H) (17H) (18H)

VIDEO INPUT DEFINITION: Analog Signal 0.700, 0.300 (1.000 Vp-p) Sync on Green, Composite Sync, Separate Syncs Maximum Horizontal Image Size ________________ = Maximum Vertical Image Size __________________ = Display Gamma ________________________________ DPMS and Supported Feature(s): Preferred Timing Mode Display Type = R/G/B Color

mm mm = 2.20

(19H-22H) CHROMA INFO: Red x - 0.647 Green x - 0.344 Blue x - 0.139 White x - 0.314 Red y - 0.341 Green y - 0.587 Blue y - 0.090 White y - 0.377 (23H) ESTABLISHED TIMING I: 640 x 480 @ 60Hz (IBM,VGA) 640 x 480 @ 67Hz (Apple,Mac II) 640 x 480 @ 72Hz (VESA) 640 x 480 @ 75Hz (VESA) 800 x 600 @ 56Hz (VESA) 800 x 600 @ 60Hz (VESA) ESTABLISHED TIMING II: 800 x 600 @ 72Hz (VESA) 800 x 600 @ 75Hz (VESA) 1024 x 768 @ 60Hz (VESA) 1024 x 768 @ 70Hz (VESA) 1024 x 768 @ 75Hz (VESA) 1280 x 1024 @ 75Hz (VESA) Manufacturer's Reserved Timing: 1152 x 870 @ 75Hz (Apple,Mac II) Standard Timing Identification: Standard Timing ID 1: 640 x 480 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 2: 800 x 600 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 3: 1024 x 768 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 4: 1280 x 1024 @60Hz

(24H)

(25H)

(38-53)

104

Standard Timing ID 5: 1280 x 720 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 6: 1280 x 800 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 7: 1440 x 900 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 8: 1680 x 1050 @60Hz ______________________________________________________________________ (36H-47H) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 1: 1024x768 Pixel Clock: 65.00 MHz ______________________________________________________________________ Horizontal Image Size: 0 mm Vertical Image Size: 0 mm Refreshed Mode: Non-Interlaced Normal Display - No Stereo Horizontal: Active Count: 1024 pixels Sync Offset: 24 pixels Border: 0 pixels Vertical: Active Count: 768 lines Sync Offset: 3 lines Border: 0 lines Blanking Count: 38 lines Sync Pulse Width: 6 lines Frequency: 60.00 Hz

Blanking Count: 320 pixels Sync Pulse Width: 136 pixels Frequency: 48.36 kHz

Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (-) Vertical Polarity (-) ______________________________________________________________________ (48H-59H) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 2: Monitor Range Limits: Min Vertical Freq - 48 Hz Max Vertical Freq - 120 Hz Min Horiz. Freq - 31 kHz Max Horiz. Freq - 93 kHz Pixel Clock - 170 MHz GTF - Not Used _____________________________________________________________________ (5AH-6BH) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 3: Monitor Name: X1230PA ______________________________________________________________________ (6CH-7DH) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 4: Monitor Serial Number: K10050018401 (7EH) Block No: No Extension EDID Block(s) (7FH) CheckSum OK

105

X1230P EDID EDID Block 0, Bytes 0-127 [00H-7FH] Block Type: EDID 1.3 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F ________________________________________________________________ | 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 04 72 05 11 01 00 00 00 | 01 13 01 03 0E 00 00 78 0A D1 8A A5 57 58 96 23 | 17 50 60 3F CF 80 31 7C 45 7C 61 7C 81 80 81 C0 | 81 00 95 00 B3 00 64 19 00 40 41 00 26 30 18 88 | 36 00 00 00 00 00 00 18 00 00 00 FD 00 30 78 1F | 5D 11 00 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FC 00 58 | 31 32 33 30 50 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FF | 00 4B 31 31 30 35 30 30 31 38 34 30 31 0A 00 D3

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70

______________________________________________________________________ (08H-09H) (0AH-0BH) (0CH-0FH) (10H) (11H) (12H) (13H) (14H) ID Manufacturer Name _________________________ = ACR Product ID Code ______________________________ = 1105 Last 5 Digits of Serial Number _______________ = 00001 Week of Manufacture __________________________ = 01 Year of Manufacture __________________________ = 2009 EDID Version Number __________________________ =1 EDID Revision Number _________________________ =3

(15H) (16H) (17H) (18H)

VIDEO INPUT DEFINITION: Analog Signal 0.700, 0.300 (1.000 Vp-p) Sync on Green, Composite Sync, Separate Syncs Maximum Horizontal Image Size ________________ = Maximum Vertical Image Size __________________ = Display Gamma ________________________________ DPMS and Supported Feature(s): Preferred Timing Mode Display Type = R/G/B Color

mm mm = 2.20

(19H-22H) CHROMA INFO: Red x - 0.647 Green x - 0.344 Blue x - 0.139 White x - 0.314 Red y - 0.341 Green y - 0.587 Blue y - 0.090 White y - 0.377 (23H) ESTABLISHED TIMING I: 640 x 480 @ 60Hz (IBM,VGA) 640 x 480 @ 67Hz (Apple,Mac II) 640 x 480 @ 72Hz (VESA) 640 x 480 @ 75Hz (VESA) 800 x 600 @ 56Hz (VESA) 800 x 600 @ 60Hz (VESA) ESTABLISHED TIMING II: 800 x 600 @ 72Hz (VESA) 800 x 600 @ 75Hz (VESA) 1024 x 768 @ 60Hz (VESA) 1024 x 768 @ 70Hz (VESA) 1024 x 768 @ 75Hz (VESA) 1280 x 1024 @ 75Hz (VESA) Manufacturer's Reserved Timing: 1152 x 870 @ 75Hz (Apple,Mac II) Standard Timing Identification: Standard Timing ID 1: 640 x 480 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 2: 800 x 600 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 3: 1024 x 768 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 4: 1280 x 1024 @60Hz

(24H)

(25H)

(38-53)

106

Standard Timing ID 5: 1280 x 720 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 6: 1280 x 800 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 7: 1440 x 900 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 8: 1680 x 1050 @60Hz ______________________________________________________________________ (36H-47H) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 1: 1024x768 Pixel Clock: 65.00 MHz ______________________________________________________________________ Horizontal Image Size: 0 mm Vertical Image Size: 0 mm Refreshed Mode: Non-Interlaced Normal Display - No Stereo Horizontal: Active Count: 1024 pixels Sync Offset: 24 pixels Border: 0 pixels Vertical: Active Count: 768 lines Sync Offset: 3 lines Border: 0 lines Blanking Count: 38 lines Sync Pulse Width: 6 lines Frequency: 60.00 Hz

Blanking Count: 320 pixels Sync Pulse Width: 136 pixels Frequency: 48.36 kHz

Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (-) Vertical Polarity (-) ______________________________________________________________________ (48H-59H) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 2: Monitor Range Limits: Min Vertical Freq - 48 Hz Max Vertical Freq - 120 Hz Min Horiz. Freq - 31 kHz Max Horiz. Freq - 93 kHz Pixel Clock - 170 MHz GTF - Not Used ______________________________________________________________________ (5AH-6BH) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 3: Monitor Name: X1230P ______________________________________________________________________ (6CH-7DH) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 4: Monitor Serial Number: K11050018401 (7EH) Block No: (7FH) No Extension EDID Block(s) CheckSum OK

107

X1237 EDID EDID Block 0, Bytes 0-127 [00H-7FH] Block Type: EDID 1.3 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F ________________________________________________________________ | 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 04 72 05 12 01 00 00 00 | 01 13 01 03 0E 00 00 78 0A D1 8A A5 57 58 96 23 | 17 50 60 3F CF 80 31 7C 45 7C 61 7C 81 80 81 C0 | 81 00 95 00 B3 00 64 19 00 40 41 00 26 30 18 88 | 36 00 00 00 00 00 00 18 00 00 00 FD 00 30 78 1F | 5D 11 00 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FC 00 58 | 31 32 33 37 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FF | 00 4B 31 32 30 35 30 30 31 38 34 30 31 0A 00 FA

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70

______________________________________________________________________ (08H-09H) (0AH-0BH) (0CH-0FH) (10H) (11H) (12H) (13H) (14H) ID Manufacturer Name _________________________ = ACR Product ID Code ______________________________ = 1205 Last 5 Digits of Serial Number _______________ = 00001 Week of Manufacture __________________________ = 01 Year of Manufacture __________________________ = 2009 EDID Version Number __________________________ =1 EDID Revision Number _________________________ =3

(15H) (16H) (17H) (18H)

VIDEO INPUT DEFINITION: Analog Signal 0.700, 0.300 (1.000 Vp-p) Sync on Green, Composite Sync, Separate Syncs Maximum Horizontal Image Size ________________ = Maximum Vertical Image Size __________________ = Display Gamma ________________________________ DPMS and Supported Feature(s): Preferred Timing Mode Display Type = R/G/B Color

mm mm = 2.20

(19H-22H) CHROMA INFO: Red x - 0.647 Green x - 0.344 Blue x - 0.139 White x - 0.314 Red y - 0.341 Green y - 0.587 Blue y - 0.090 White y - 0.377 (23H) ESTABLISHED TIMING I: 640 x 480 @ 60Hz (IBM,VGA) 640 x 480 @ 67Hz (Apple,Mac II) 640 x 480 @ 72Hz (VESA) 640 x 480 @ 75Hz (VESA) 800 x 600 @ 56Hz (VESA) 800 x 600 @ 60Hz (VESA) ESTABLISHED TIMING II: 800 x 600 @ 72Hz (VESA) 800 x 600 @ 75Hz (VESA) 1024 x 768 @ 60Hz (VESA) 1024 x 768 @ 70Hz (VESA) 1024 x 768 @ 75Hz (VESA) 1280 x 1024 @ 75Hz (VESA) Manufacturer's Reserved Timing: 1152 x 870 @ 75Hz (Apple,Mac II) Standard Timing Identification: Standard Timing ID 1: 640 x 480 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 2: 800 x 600 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 3: 1024 x 768 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 4: 1280 x 1024 @60Hz

(24H)

(25H)

(38-53)

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Standard Timing ID 5: 1280 x 720 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 6: 1280 x 800 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 7: 1440 x 900 @60Hz Standard Timing ID 8: 1680 x 1050 @60Hz ______________________________________________________________________ (36H-47H) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 1: 1024x768 Pixel Clock: 65.00 MHz ______________________________________________________________________ Horizontal Image Size: 0 mm Vertical Image Size: 0 mm Refreshed Mode: Non-Interlaced Normal Display - No Stereo Horizontal: Active Count: 1024 pixels Sync Offset: 24 pixels Border: 0 pixels Vertical: Active Count: 768 lines Sync Offset: 3 lines Border: 0 lines Blanking Count: 38 lines Sync Pulse Width: 6 lines Frequency: 60.00 Hz

Blanking Count: 320 pixels Sync Pulse Width: 136 pixels Frequency: 48.36 kHz

Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (-) Vertical Polarity (-) ______________________________________________________________________ (48H-59H) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 2: Monitor Range Limits: Min Vertical Freq - 48 Hz Max Vertical Freq - 120 Hz Min Horiz. Freq - 31 kHz Max Horiz. Freq - 93 kHz Pixel Clock - 170 MHz GTF - Not Used ______________________________________________________________________ (5AH-6BH) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 3: Monitor Name: X1237 ______________________________________________________________________ (6CH-7DH) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 4: Monitor Serial Number: K12050018401 (7EH) Block No: (7FH) No Extension EDID Block(s) CheckSum OK

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