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ORDER NO.

VED1408528CE
D10

LCD Projector

PT-VZ570
Model No.

PT-VZ570D
PT-VZ570T
PT-VW530
PT-VW530D
PT-VW530T
PT-VX600
PT-VX600D
PT-VX600T
PT-VX60

© Panasonic Corporation 2014. Unauthorized


copying and distribution is a violation of law.

Rev.-3 (2014-12)
PREFACE
The service technician is required to read and follow the “Safety Precautions” and “Important Safety Notice” in this service manual.

WARNING

This service information is designed for experienced repair technicians only and is not designed for use by the general public.
It dose not contain warnings or cautions to advise non-technical individuals of potential dangers in attempting to service a product.
Products powered by electricity should be serviced or repaired only by experienced professional technicians. Any attempt to ser-
vice or repair the product or products dealt with in this service information by anyone else could result in serious injury or death.

WARNING : Use UV Radiation eye and skin protection during servicing

CAUTION
Precaution
Never use this projector at an altitude of 2 700m or higher.
Using this projector at high altitude, consult your dealer or Authorized Service Center about preparations.

About lead free solder (PbF)


This projector is using the P.C.Board which applies lead free solder.
Use lead free solder in servicing from the standpoint of antipollution for the global environment.
Notes:
• Lead free solder: Sn-Ag-Cu (tin, silver and copper) has a higher melting point (approx. 217°C) than standard solder Typically
the melting point is 30~40 °C higher. When servicing, use a high temperature soldering iron with temperature limitation func-
tion and set it to 370 ± 10 °C.
• Be precautious about lead free solder. Sn-Ag-Cu (tin, silver and copper) will tend to splash when heated too high (approx.
600°C or higher).
• Use lead free solder for the P.C.Board (specified on it as “PbF”) which uses lead free solder. (When you unavoidably use lead
solder, use lead solder after removing lead free solder. Or be sure to heat the lead free solder until it melts completely, before
applying lead solder.)
• After solder to double layered P.C Boards, check the component side for excess solder which may flow onto the opposite side.

About the identification of the lead free solder P.C.Board.


For the P.C.Board which applies lead free solder, the symbol as shown in the figure below is printed or stamped on the surface
or the back of P.C.Board.

PbF
For US
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE

There are special parts used in Panasonic Projectors which are important for safety. These parts are shaded on the schematic
diagram. It is essential that these critical parts should be replaced with manufacturer’s specified parts to prevent shock, fire, or other
hazards. Do not modify the original design without permission of PANASONIC SOLUTIONS COMPANY.

WARNING:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruc-
tions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation.
If this equipment dose cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, The user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures.

CAUTION:
Any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment will void the user’s authority to operate this device.

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PREFACE

Table of Contents

1. Safety Precautions
2. Specifications

SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION


1. The name of each part
2. Menu Navigation
3. Service Mode
4. External Controls
5. Notes on service
6. Troubleshooting

SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES


1. Parts Locations
2. Mechanical and Electrical Parts Disassembly
3. Optical Parts Disassembly
<Cable reforming>
4. Cleaning of Optical Parts

SECTION 3 ADJUSTMENTS
1. Adjustment Items and Procedures
2. Software Update Procedure

SECTION 4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


1. Block Diagram
2. Interconnection Block Diagram
3. Schematic Diagram
4. Circuit Boards Diagram

SECTION 5 PARTS LIST


1. Exploded views
2. Replacement Parts List

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PREFACE

1. Safety Precautions

1.1. General Guidelines


- For continued safety, no modification of any circuit must be attempted.
- Unplug the power cord from the power outlet before disassembling this projector.
- Use correctly the supplied power cord and must ground it.
- It is advisable to use an isolation transformer in the AC power line before the service.
-B  e careful not to touch the rotation part (cooling fan, etc.) of this projector when you service with the upper case removed
and the power supply turned ON.
-O  bserve the original lead dress during the service. If a short circuit is found, replace all the parts overheated or damaged
by the short circuit.
- After the service, all the protective devices such as insulation barriers, insulation papers, shields, and isolation R-C combi-
nations must be properly installed.
- After the service, check the leakage current to prevent the customer from getting an electric shock.

1.2. Leakage Current Check


1. Prepare the measuring circuit as shown in Fig.1.
Be sure to use a voltmeter having the performance described in Table 1.
2. Assemble the circuit as shown in Fig. 2. Plug the power cord in a power outlet.
3. Connect M1 to T1 according to Fig. 2 and measure the voltage.
4. Change the connection of M1 from T1 to T2 and measure the voltage again.
5. The voltmeter must read 0.375 V or lower in both of steps 3 and 4. This means that the current must be 0.75mA or less.
6. If the reading is out of the above standard, the projector must be repaired and rechecked before returning to the customer
because of a possibility of an electric shock.
M1
to T1 Isolation transformer
or T2 Rs: 1500 Ω±0.1% connection
in FIg.2 Cs: 0.22 µF±1.0% T1
Rs Cs Rb: 500 Ω±0.1% Projector
T2
10KΩ ±0.1%

0.022µF Measuring
Rb Vb V Circuit (Fig.1)
±1.0% (V) M1 M2
to power outlet
M2
Weighted leakage current=Vb / 500 (A)
Fig.2
Fig. 1

Performance

Accurancy: ≤ 2%
Voltmeter Input resistance: ≥ 1 MΩ
(rms reading) Input capacitance: ≤ 200 pF

Frequency range: 15 Hz to 1 MHz


Table. 2

1.3. UV Precaution and UHM Lamp Precautions


- Be sure to unplug the power cord from the power outlet when replacing the lamp.
-B ecause the lamp reaches a very high temperature during its operation, wait until it cools completely when replacing the
Lamp Unit.
-T he lamp emits small amounts of UV-radiation, avoid direct-eye contact with the light.
-T he lamp unit has high internal pressure. If improperly handled, explosion might result.
- Because the high pressure lamp involves a risk of failure, never touch the lamp wire lead during the service.

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PREFACE

2. Specifications
AC 120 V, 50 Hz / 60 Hz (For North America)
Power supply
AC 100 V - 240 V, 50 Hz / 60 Hz (For other countries)
372 W (3.5 A) (For North America)
PT-VZ570
378 W (4.3 A -1.7 A) (For other countries)
PT-VW530, 356 W (3.3 A) (For North America)
PT-VX600/VX60 362 W (4.1 A -1.6 A) (For other countries)
Power consumption
When [STANDBY MODE] of [ECO MANAGEMENT] is set to [ECO] :
0.2 W (For North America), 0.4 W (For other countries)
When [STANDBY MODE] of [ECO MANAGEMENT] is set to [NORMAL] : 8 W
When [STANDBY MODE] of [ECO MANAGEMENT] is set to [NORMAL],
and [IN STANDBY MODE] of [AUDIO SETTING] is set to [ON] : 20 W
PT-VZ570 1.63 cm (0.64") (aspect ratio 16 : 10)
Size PT-VW530 1.5 cm (0.59") (aspect ratio 16 : 10)
PT-VX600/VX60 1.6 cm (0.63") (aspect ratio 4 : 3)
Display system Translucent screen LCD panel 3 panels, 3 primary color system
LCD panel
Drive system Active matrix
PT-VZ570 2 304 000 pixels (1 920 x 1 200 dots) x 3 panels
Number of pixels PT-VW530 1 024 000 pixels (1 280 x 800 dots) x 3 panels
PT-VX600/VX60 786 432 pixels (1 024 x 768 dots) x 3 panels
Manual zoom : 1.6x
PT-VZ570
Focus : F 1.6 - 2.12, f 15.30 mm - 24.64 mm
Lens
PT-VW530, Manual zoom : 1.6x
PT-VX600/VX60 Focus : F 1.6 - 1.9, f 15.31 mm - 24.64 mm
Luminous lamp 270 W, UHM lamp
PT-VZ570 4 800 lm
1
Light output * PT-VW530 5 000 lm
PT-VX600/VX60 5 500 lm
10 000 : 1
1 (When [PICTURE MODE] is set to [DYNAMIC], [LAMP POWER] is set to [NORMAL],
Contrast ratio *
[IRIS] is set to [ON], [DAYLIGHT VIEW] is set to [OFF], and [AUTO POWER SAVE] is
set to [OFF])
For video signal Horizontal : 15.73 kHz Vertical : 59.94 Hz, Horizontal : 15.63 kHz Vertical : 50 Hz
For Y/C signal Horizontal : 15.73 kHz Vertical : 59.94 Hz, Horizontal : 15.63 kHz Vertical : 50 Hz
Horizontal 15 kHz to 91 kHz, Vertical 24 Hz to 100 Hz
For RGB signal
Dot clock frequency: 162 MHz or less
[525i(480i)] Horizontal 15.73 kHz, Vertical 59.94 Hz
[625i(576i)] Horizontal 15.63 kHz, Vertical 50 Hz
[525p(480p)] Horizontal 31.47 kHz, Vertical 59.94 Hz
[625p(576p)] Horizontal 31.25 kHz, Vertical 50 Hz
[750(720)/60p] Horizontal 45.00 kHz, Vertical 60 Hz
[750(720)/50p] Horizontal 37.50 kHz, Vertical 50 Hz
Applicable [1125(1080)/60i] Horizontal 33.75 kHz, Vertical 60 Hz
scanning For YPBPR signal [1125(1080)/50i] Horizontal 28.13 kHz, Vertical 50 Hz
frequency [1125(1080)/60p] Horizontal 67.50 kHz, Vertical 60 Hz
[1125(1080)/50p] Horizontal 56.25 kHz, Vertical 50 Hz
[1125(1080)/24p] Horizontal 27.00 kHz, Vertical 24 Hz
[1125(1080)/24sF] Horizontal 27.00 kHz, Vertical 48 Hz
[1125(1080)/25p] Horizontal 28.13 kHz, Vertical 25 Hz
[1125(1080)/30p] Horizontal 33.75 kHz, Vertical 30 Hz
HD/SYNC and V terminals are not compliant with 3 value composite SYNC
525i(480i)*2, 625i(576i)*2, 525p(480p), 625p(576p), 750(720)/60p, 750(720)/50p,
1125(1080)/24p, 1125(1080)/24sF, 1125(1080)/25p, 1125(1080)/30p, 1125(1080)/60p,
For HDMI signal 1125(1080)/50p, 1125(1080)/60i, 1125(1080)/50i
Displayable resolution: VGA to WUXGA (non-interlace)
Dot clock frequency: 25 MHz to 162 MHz
Color system 7 (NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, PAL-N, PAL-M, SECAM, PAL60)
Projection size 0.76 m -7.62 m (30"-300")

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PREFACE

PT-VZ570,
16:10
Screen aspect ratio PT-VW530
PT-VX600/VX60 4 : 3
[FRONT/DESK], [FRONT/CEILING], [REAR/DESK], [REAR/CEILING]
Projection scheme
(Menu setting system)
Speaker 1 (4.0 cm round-type)
Maximum usable volume output 10 W
1 set, high-density D-Sub 15 p (female)
[RGB signal] 0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω (When G-SYNC: 1.0 V [p-p] 75 Ω)
HD/SYNC TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity
compatible
<COMPUTER 1 IN>
VD TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity
compatible
[YPBPR signal] Y: 1.0 V [p-p] including synchronization signal, PBPR: 0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω
[Y/C signal] Y: 1.0 V [p-p], C: 0.286 V [p-p] 75 Ω
1 set, high-density D-Sub 15 p (female)
[RGB signal] 0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω (When G-SYNC: 1.0 V [p-p] 75 Ω)
HD/SYNC TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity
<COMPUTER 2 IN/
compatible
1 OUT>
VD TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity
Terminals compatible
[YPBPR signal] Y: 1.0 V [p-p] including synchronization signal, PBPR: 0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω
<VIDEO IN> 1 set, pin jack 1.0 V [p-p] 75 Ω
<HDMI 1 IN> / 2 set (HDMI 19 pin, HDCP and Deep color compatible)
<HDMI 2 IN> Audio signals: Linear PCM (Sampling frequency: 48 kHz/44.1 kHz/32 kHz)
2 set (M3 stereo mini jack, 0.5 V [rms], input impedance 22 kΩ and more)
<AUDIO IN> (<AUDIO IN 2 (MIC IN)> terminal support MIC input)
1 set (Pin jack x 2 (L-R), 0.5 V [rms], input impedance 22 kΩ and more)
<VARIABLE AU- 1 set (M3 stereo mini jack, stereo monitor output compatible,
DIO OUT> 0 V [rms] to 2.0 V [rms] variable, output impedance 2.2 kΩ and less)
<SERIAL IN> 1 set (D-sub 9 pin, RS-232C compliant, for computer control use)
<LAN> 1 set (for RJ-45 network connection, PJLink compatible, 10Base-T/100Base-TX)
Power cable length 2.0 m (78-3/4")
Cabinet Molded plastic
Width: 389 mm (15-5/16")
Dimensions Height: 125 mm (4-29/32") (when adjustable feet shortened)
Depth: 332 mm (13-1/16")
Weight Approx. 4.8 kg (10.58 lbs.) *3
When set to [NORMAL] in [LAMP POWER] : 37 dB
Noise level *1
When set to [ECO] in [LAMP POWER] : 29 dB
Operating environment temperature *4:
0 °C (32 °F) to 40 °C (104 °F) (Elevation: below 1 200 m (3 937'))
Operating environment
0 °C (32 °F) to 30 °C (86 °F) (Elevation: 1 200 m (3 937') ~ 2 700 m (8 858'))
Operating environment humidity: 20 % to 80 % (no condensation)
Power supply DC 3 V (AAA/R03/LR03 battery x 2)

Remote Operating range Approx. 7 m (22'11-5/8") (when operated directly in front of receiver)
control Weight 63 g (2.22 ozs.) (including batteries)
Dimensions Width : 44 mm (1-23/32"), Length : 105 mm (4-1/8"), Height : 20.5 mm (13/16")

*1 Measurement, measuring conditions and method of notation all comply with ISO21118 international standards.
*2 Pixel-Repetition signal (dot clock frequency 27.0 MHz) only
*3 This is an average value. It may differ depending on individual product.
*4 [LAMP POWER] will be switched to [ECO] automatically when the operating environment temperature is 35 °C (95 °F) to
40 °C (104 °F).
Note
f The part numbers of accessories and separately sold components are subject to change without notice.

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SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION

Service Information

Model No. PT-VZ570 series


PT-VW530 series
PT-VX600 series
PT-VX60

CONTENTS
SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION
1. The name of each part. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INF-2
1. 1. Projector body
1. 2. Control panel
1. 3. Connecting terminals
1. 4. Remote controls
2. Menu Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INF-6
3. Service Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INF-10
3. 1. Setting to Service Mode
3. 2. Cancelling the Service Mode
3. 3. Functions of Service Mode
4. External Controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INF-13
4. 1. Control through Serial terminal
4. 2. Control through LAN terminal
4. 3. Control commands List
5. Notes on service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INF-18
5. 1. Before service operation
5. 2. Service
5. 3. Replacement of consumable parts
6. Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INF-23
6. 1. Shutdown system
6. 2. Lamp log data acquisition method
6. 3. Troubleshooting

INF-1
Rev.-1 (2014-09)
range may be reduced.
f If there are any obstacles between the remote control and the remote control signal receiver, the remote control may not
1. 请勿把旧电池和新电池一起使用。
operate correctly. 2. 请勿使用不合规格的电池。
f You can operate the projector by reflecting the remote control signal on the screen. The3.operating
确保电池安装正确。
range may differ due to
SECTION
the loss 1of SERVICE INFORMATION
light caused by the properties of the screen.
f When the remote control signal receiver is lit with a fluorescent light or other strong light source, the projector原产地:中国
may become
inoperative. Set the projector as far from the luminous source as possible.
1. The name of each part Some of the pages on this section are excerpted from the owner's
Projector body manual, thus the reference page numbers on pages indicate those
1. 1. Projector body for owner's manual .

r Front r Side
1 2 3

4 5 4 12 13

r Rear

6 6 7 8 9 10 11 6 6

 Projection direction
WARNING
Keep your hands and other objects away from the air exhaust port.
f Keep your hands and face away.
f Do not insert your fingers.
f Keep heat-sensitive objects away.
Heated air from the air exhaust port can cause burns, injury, or deformations.

1 Remote control signal receiver 8 <AC IN> terminal


2 Focus Lever Connects the supplied power cord.
Adjusts the focus. 9 Security slot
3 Zoom Lever This security slot is compatible with the Kensington
Adjusts the zoom. security cables.
4 Adjustable feet 10 Connecting terminals (x page 22)
Adjusts the projection angle. 11 Burglar hook port
Attaches a burglar prevention cable, etc.
5 Projection Lens
12 Air filter cover
6 Air exhaust port
The air filter unit is inside.
7 Speaker
13 Air intake port

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Chapter 1 Preparation - About your projector
Chapter 1 Preparation - About your projector

r Bottom r Top
r Bottom 6
r Top
6

11 14 15 16



Projection direction
Projection direction
11 14 15 16

14 Control panel and Indicators 16 Vertical lens shift dial


14
15 Control panel and Indicators
Lamp cover Adjusts lens
16 Vertical the vertical position of the projected image.
shift dial
The lamp
15 Lamp cover unit is inside. Adjusts the vertical position of the projected image.
The lamp
Attention unit is inside.
Attention
f Do not block the ventilation ports (intake and exhaust) of the projector.
f Do not block the ventilation ports (intake and exhaust) of the projector.
r Control panel and Indicators
r
1. 2. Control
Control panel
panel and Indicators

1 Power button <v/b> 6 <MENU> button


1 Sets the
Power projector
button <v/b> to the state where the projector is 6 Displays button
<MENU> or hides the main menu. (x page 46)
switched
Sets off (standby
the projector to themode). Also starts
state where projection
the projector is when 7 Displays
<ENTER> or hides the main menu. (x page 46)
button
the power
switched offis(standby
switchedmode).
off (standby mode).
Also starts projection when 7 Determines
<ENTER> and executes an item in the menu screen.
button
2 the power
Power is switched
indicator off (standby mode).
<ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> Determines and executes an item in the menu screen.
8 <INPUT SELECT> button
2 Displays
Power the status
indicator of the power.
<ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> 8 Switches
<INPUT the input button
SELECT> signal to project. (x page 41)
Displays the status<LAMP>
of the power. Switches
3 Lamp indicator 9 asqwthe input signal to project. (x page 41)
buttons
3 Displays
Lamp the status
indicator <LAMP>of the lamp. 9 asqw
Navigates the menu screen.
buttons
4 Displays the status
Temperature of the <TEMP>
indicator lamp. Adjusts the
Navigates thevolume level (qw).
menu screen.
4 Displays the status
Temperature indicatorof the internal temperature.
<TEMP> 10 <AUTO SETUP> button(qw).
Adjusts the volume level
5 Displays
Ambient Luminance sensor temperature.
the status of the internal Automatically
10 <AUTO SETUP> adjusts
button the image display position while
5 Detects room's
Ambient Luminancelight and select proper image quality.
sensor projecting theadjusts
Automatically image.the(x image
page 40)
display position while
Detects room's light and select proper image quality. projecting the image. (x page 40)

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1. 3. Connecting terminals
Chapter 1 Preparation - About
Some ofyour projector
the pages on this section are excerpted from the owner's
manual, thus the reference page numbers on pages indicate those
for owner's manual .
r Connecting terminals

1 <COMPUTER 2 IN/1 OUT> terminal 7 <VIDEO IN> terminal


This is the terminal to input RGB signals or YCBCR/YPBPR This is the terminal to input video signals.
signals. 8 <AUDIO IN 3 (L/R)> terminal
Or output the RGB signals or YCBCR/YPBPR signals to an This is the terminal to input audio signals.
external device. Left input <L> and right input <R> are provided for the
2 <COMPUTER 1 IN> terminal <AUDIO IN 3> terminal.
This is the terminal to input RGB signals, Y/C signals or 9 <AUDIO IN 1> terminal
YCBCR/YPBPR signals. This is the terminal to input audio signals.
3 <HDMI 1 IN> terminal 10 <AUDIO IN 2 (MIC IN)> terminal
This is the terminal to input HDMI1 signals. This is the terminal to input audio signals. Or connect the
4 <HDMI 2 IN> terminal MIC to this terminal.
This is the terminal to input HDMI2 signals. 11 <VARIABLE AUDIO OUT> terminal
5 <LAN> terminal This is the terminal to output the input audio signal to the
This is the LAN terminal to connect to the network. projector.
6 <SERIAL IN> terminal
This is the RS-232C compatible terminal to externally
control the projector by connecting a computer.

Attention
f When a LAN cable is directly connected to the projector, the network connection must be made indoors.

INF-4
Chapter 1 Preparation - About your projector

About your projector


SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION

1.Remote
4. Remote controls
control
12

1 13

2 14
3
4
5

7 15
8 16
9 17
10 18
19 20 22
11 23
21

1 Power button <v/b> 13 <AUTO SETUP> button


Sets the projector to the state where the projector is Automatically adjusts the image display position while
switched off (standby mode). Also starts projection when projecting the image. (x page 40)
the power is switched off (standby mode). 14 <VIDEO> button
2 <COMPUTER 1> button Switches the VIDEO signal to project.
Switches the COMPUTER1 signal to project.
15 <RETURN> button
3 <COMPUTER 2> button Return to the previous menu or cancel the setting.
Switches the COMPUTER2 signal to project.
16 <FUNCTION> button
4 <HDMI 1> button Assigns a frequently used operation as a shortcut button.
Switches the HDMI1 signal to project. (x page 41)
5 <HDMI 2> button 17 <MUTE> button
Switches the HDMI2 signal to project. Used to mute the audio. (x page 43)
6 <ENTER> button/asq w buttons 18 <ID ALL> button
Navigate the menu display. Used to simultaneously control all the projectors with one
7 <MENU> button remote control for a system using multiple projectors.
Displays or hides the main menu. (x page 46) (x page 43)
8 <DEFAULT> button 19 <AV MUTE> button
Resets the content of the sub-menu to the factory Used to turn off the audio and video temporarily.
default. (x page 47) (x page 43)
9 <FREEZE> button 20 <D.ZOOM +/-> buttons
Pauses the projected image and mute the audio Zoom in and out the images. (x page 42)
temporarily. (x page 42) 21 <VOL +/-> buttons
10 <ID SET> button Adjusts the volume of the built-in speaker or audio
Sets the ID number of the remote control to use for a output.
system using multiple projectors. (x page 43) 22 <P-TIMER> button
11 Number buttons Operate the P-TIMER function. (x page 43)
Act as number buttons. Use these buttons when setting 23 <SCREEN ADJ> button
the remote control codes or entering the password. You can correct various types of distortion in a projected
12 Remote control signal transmitter image. (x page 40)

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SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION
Chapter 4 Settings - Menu Navigation
2. Menu Navigation Some of the pages on this section are excerpted from the owner's
manual, thus the reference page numbers on pages indicate those
Menu Navigation for owner's manual .

The on-screen menu (Menu) is used to perform various settings and adjustments of the projector.

Navigating through the menu


Operating procedure

button

1) Press the <MENU> button on the remote control or the control panel.
f The main menu screen appears.

2) Press as to select an item from the main menu.


f The selected item is highlighted in yellow.

3) Press the <ENTER> button.


f The submenu is displayed, and submenu items become selectable.

4) Press as to select the desired sub-menu item, press qw or the <ENTER> button to set or adjust settings.
f Some items will switch in order as follows each time you press qw.

A B C

f For some items, press qw to display an individual adjustment screen with a bar scale as shown below.

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SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATIONChapter 4 Settings - Menu Navigation

Note
f Pressing the <MENU> button or <RETURN> button while the menu screen is displayed returns to the previous menu.
f Some items may not be adjusted or used for certain signal formats to be input to the projector. The menu items that cannot
be adjusted or used are shown in gray characters, and they cannot be selected. [DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY] and [FRAME
LOCK] may not be displayed depending on the input signal.
f Some items can be adjusted even if signals are not input.
f Individual adjustment screen is cleared automatically if no operation is performed for approximately five seconds.
f For menu items, refer to “Main menu” (Æ page 47) and “Sub menu” (Æ page 47).

Resetting adjustment values to the factory default


If the <DEFAULT> button on the remote control is pressed, the values adjusted in the menu items are restored to the factory
default settings.

button
1) Press the <DEFAULT> button on the remote control.

Note
f You cannot reset all the settings to the factory default at a time.
f To reset all the settings adjusted in the sub-menu item to the factory default at a time, execute the [PROJECTOR SETUP]
menu → [INITIALIZE ALL]. (Æ page 76)
f Some items cannot be reset by pressing the <DEFAULT> button. Adjust each item manually.

Main menu
The main menu consists of the following 7 menu items.
When a main menu item is selected, the screen changes to a submenu selection screen.

Main-menu item Page

[PICTURE] 50

[POSITION] 55

[LANGUAGE] 63

[DISPLAY OPTION] 64

[PROJECTOR SETUP] 70

[SECURITY] 77

[NETWORK] 80

Sub menu
The sub-menu screen of the selected main menu appears, and you can set and adjust the various items in the submenu.

[PICTURE]

Sub-menu item Factory default Page


[PICTURE MODE] [STANDARD]*1 50
[CONTRAST] [0] 50

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Sub-menu item Factory default Page


[BRIGHTNESS] [0] 50
[COLOR]*2 [0] 51
[TINT]*2 [0] 51
[SHARPNESS] [8] 51
[COLOR TEMPERATURE] [DEFAULT] 51
[IRIS] [ON] 52
[ADVANCED MENU] - 52
[DAYLIGHT VIEW] [AUTO] 52
[DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY]*2 [ON] 53
[NOISE REDUCTION]*3 [OFF] 53
[TV-SYSTEM]*3 [AUTO] 53
[RGB/YPBPR] / [RGB/YCBCR]*4 [AUTO] 53

*1 It may be different depending on the input signal.


*2 Only for movie-based signals.
*3 Only when the <VIDEO IN> terminal is selected.
*4 Only when the <COMPUTER 1 IN> / <COMPUTER 2 IN/1 OUT> / <HDMI 1 IN> / <HDMI 2 IN> terminal is selected.
Note
f The factory default settings may vary depending on the picture mode.

[POSITION]

Sub-menu item Factory default Page


[REALTIME KEYSTONE] [ON] 55
[SCREEN ADJUSTMENT] - 55, 57
[SHIFT] - 60
[DOT CLOCK]*1 [0] 61
[CLOCK PHASE]*1 [0] 61
[OVER SCAN] - 61
[ASPECT] - 61
[FRAME LOCK]*1 [OFF] 62

*1 Only for still image signals.

[LANGUAGE]
Details (Æ page 63)

[DISPLAY OPTION]

Sub-menu item Factory default Page


[ON-SCREEN DISPLAY] - 64
[HDMI SIGNAL LEVEL] [AUTO] 65
[CLOSED CAPTION SETTING] - 65
[SCREEN SETTING] - 66
[STARTUP LOGO] [DEFAULT LOGO] 67
[AUTO SETUP SETTING] [AUTO] 67
[SIGNAL SEARCH] [ON] 67
[BACK COLOR] [BLUE] 67
[WIDE MODE] - 68
[SXGA MODE] - 68
[P-TIMER] - 68
[OTHER FUNCTIONS] - 69

[PROJECTOR SETUP]

Sub-menu item Factory default Page


[STATUS] - 70
[COMPUTER1 INPUT SETTING] [RGB/YPBPR] 70
[COMPUTER2 SELECT] [COMPUTER2 IN] 70
[PROJECTOR ID] [ALL] 71

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SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION Chapter 4 Settings - Menu Navigation

Sub-menu item Factory default Page


[INITIAL START UP] [LAST MEMORY] 71
[PROJECTION METHOD] [FRONT/DESK] 71
[LAMP POWER] [NORMAL] 71
[ECO MANAGEMENT] - 72
[EMULATE] [DEFAULT] 73
[FUNCTION BUTTON] - 73
[AUDIO SETTING] - 74
[TEST PATTERN] - 75
[FILTER COUNTER] - 76
[INITIALIZE ALL] - 76

[SECURITY]

Sub-menu item Factory Default Page


[PASSWORD] [OFF] 77
[PASSWORD CHANGE] - 77
[TEXT DISPLAY] [OFF] 78
[TEXT CHANGE] - 78
[MENU LOCK] [OFF] 78
[MENU LOCK PASSWORD] - 78
[CONTROL DEVICE SETUP] - 79

[NETWORK]

Sub-menu item Factory default Page


[WIRED LAN] - 80
[NAME CHANGE] - 80
[NETWORK CONTROL] [ON] 81
[AMX D. D.] [OFF] 81
[Crestron Connected(TM)] [OFF] 81
[STATUS] - 81
[INITIALIZE] - 81

Note
f Some items may not be adjusted or used for certain signal formats to be input to the projector.
The menu items that cannot be adjusted or used are shown in gray characters, and they cannot be selected.
f Sub-menu items and factory default settings differ depending on the selected input terminal.

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3. Service Mode
This projector has Service Mode in addition to standard on-screen menus (User Mode).
This mode enables some menu settings for the service operation.

3. 1. Setting to Service Mode


1. P ress the [MENU] button on the control panel of the projector or on the remote controller to display the main menu on the
screen.
2. Select a sub menu "ON-SCREEN DISPLAY" of the main menu "DISPLAY OPTION".
3. Select a sub menu "INPUT GUIDE" and press the [ENTER] button for more than 3 seconds. The projector set into the
service mode and the "EXTRA OPTION" menu will be displayed on the screen.

3. 2. Cancelling the Service Mode


1. In the service mode, press the [MENU] button on the control panel of the projector or on the remote controller to cancel the
service mode. The menu of "Use mode" will be displayed.

3. 3. Functions of Service Mode


* Function varies according to a version of the main microcomputer software.

3. 3. 1. EXTRA OPTION
"EXTRA OPTION" menu will be displayed.

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1. FREEZE MESSAGE
• Setting the display of on-screen message "FREEZE"
- ON : Display "FREEZE" message in the freeze mode.
- OFF : Not display "FREEZE" message in the freeze mode.
2. FAN FULL MODE
• Setting the mode of cooling fan motor to the maximum.
- ON : Fixed high speed cooling mode
- OFF : Normal mode (Spinning speed changes depending on the surrounding temperature)
* It sets OFF at the normal.
* The highland mode is not available if it sets ON.
3. VGA60/480p
• Setting the switching mode of RGB input signal
- AUTO : Select VGA60 or 480p of RGB input signal automatically
- 480p : Select 480p mode forcedly.
- VGA60 : Select VGA60 mode forcedly.
4. EMULATE
• Setting the serial command format when using other model's serial control commands.
-DEFAULT: Standard -MODE_HI: other company
-D3500 -MODE_NE: other company
-D4000 -MODE_EP: other company
-D/W5k series -MODE_SA: other company
-D/W/Z6k series -MODE_SH: other company
-L730 series -MODE_MI: other company
-L780 series -MODE_SO: other company
-L735 series -MODE_IN: other company
-L785 series -OTHER:other models
-F/W series
-LZ370
-LB/W series
-VX500 series
-EZ570 series
-VW431D

* Software of sub-microprocessor cannot be updated when the MODE_** (other company) or OTHER is selected in the EMU-
LATE menu.
5. BAUD RATE
• Setting the baud rate of RS232C communication
- 9600 / -19200 / -38400 / - 57600 / -115200
* The using baud rate will be set when the OTHER is selected in the EMULATE menu. (Use 9600 in normal)
6. VERSION
* The version no. of command will be displayed when the MODE_** (other company) or OTHER is selected in the EMULATE
menu.
7. INPUT SELECT
* The input select command will be assigned when the MODE_IN is selected in the EMULATE menu.

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8. SELF CHECK (1) – Software version of each microprocessor


MM: Main microprocessor, SM: Sub microprocessor,
• Displays the self diagnostic information
NT: (n/a), FPGA: FPGA microprocessor
(2) – Input signal name
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(3) – Input signal frequency (Horizontal / Vertical)
00 60
(1) (4) – Temperature error check
17 )3*$
(5) – T emperature at sensors (Celsius)
(14) INTK (Intake air) / EXST (Exhaust air) / FLTR (Filter
(2) ;*$ (08/$7(6
clogged)
(3) .+= *6$9(' 2.
(15) (6) – Value of clogged sensor.
+= 86$9(' 2.
(7) – Fan rotation check
7(03
INTK (Intake fan) / LAMP (Lamp fan) / EXST (Exhaust fan)/
(4) 7(03 2.
POWER (Power fan)
,17.  ,17. 
(8) – Iris error check (NG: error)
(5) (;67  (;67  (16)
(9) – lamp error check (NG: error)
)/75  )/75&9  (17)
(10) – Lamp memory communication check (NG: error)
(6) &/2*  &/2* 
(11) – Projector accumulated runtime
)$1
(7) (12) – Converted lamp runtime / Lamp on times
,17.,17.,17.,17./$03(;6732:(52.
Current / 1 time before reset / 2 times before reset
0(&+$1,&$/
(13) – Projector serial no.
(8) ,5,6 2.
(14) – V  ersion no. of emulate software (when selecting other
/$03
company). [--] means not set.
(9) /$03 2. + 2. (18)
(15) – Status of correction data in the memories
(10) 0(025< 2.
G-SAVED: Gamma correction data
81,7+,6725<
U-SAVED: Color shading correction data
(11) 727$/ + 5(6(7  (19)
(16) – Temperature at sensors (Celsius) when the latest shut-
+  +
(12) down occurred by temp error.
+  + (20)
INTK (Intake air) / EXST (Exhaust air) / CLOG (Filter
+  +
clogged)
(17) – Compensation value of filter clog
(18) – Status of lamp replacement time
*T  he display information varies depending on the input signal and NG: Lamp runtime exceeds 5000H at lamp power high
version of the software.
(19) – Lamp runtime reset times
* The word "OK" of Items (TEMP/FAN/MECHANICAL/LAMP)
(20) – Actual lamp runtime
would be indicated in red if the projector had shutdown due to
abnormality last time. Current / last time reset / 2nd last time reset

9. TEST PATTERN
• Displays test patterns of White/Red/Green/Blue raster signals,
- Change the patterns by up down buttons, Change the color by left right buttons.
10. FLICKER ADJUST
• Perform the flicker adjustment
11. MODEL NO. SETTING
• Setting up the model no. of the projector.
12. PANEL TYPE SETTING
• Setting up the LCD panel type (L-Type or R-Type).
13. INPUT AUTO CALIBRATION
• Perform the auto calibration of input signal level. (For factory inspection purpose)
14. WHITE BALANCE ADJUST
• Adjust the white balance.
15. KEYSTONE CALIBRATION
• Perform the auto keystone calibration.
16. CLOG SENSOR CALIBRATION
• Perform the calibration of clogged sensor circuit.
17. RGB PIXEL ADJUST (Only for PT-VZ570)
• Adjust the convergence. Each pixel cab be moved +- 2 dots vertically and honrizontally.
18. GHOST FB CALIBRATION (Only for PT-VZ570)
• Perform the panel ghost feedback calibration.

For Items 10 to 18 of calibration and adjustment, refer to the "SECTION 3 <Adjustment>" for the procedure.

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4. External Controls
4. 1. Control through Serial terminal
SERIAL terminal which is on the rear of the projector conform to RS-232C standard. This projector can be controlled by a PC
which is connected as shown below.
4. 1. 1. Connection
 When connecting directly Projector Connection terminals
Computer
D-Sub 9p (Female)

D-Sub 9p (Male)
Communication cable (straight)

4. 1. 2. Pin assignments and signal names


D‑Sub 9-pin (female)
Pin No. Signal name Details
Outside view
(1) – NC
(5) (1)
(2) TXD Transmitted data
(3) RXD Received data
(4) – NC
(5) GND Earth
(6) – NC
(7) CTS
Connected internally
(8) RTS
(9) (6)
(9) – NC

4. 1. 3. Communication conditions (Factory default)


Signal level RS-232C compliant
Sync. method Asynchronous
Baud rate 9 600 bps
Parity None
Character length 8 bits
Stop bit 1 bit
X parameter None
S parameter None

4. 1. 4. Cable specification
• When connected to a computer

1 NC NC 1
2 2

3 3
4 NC NC 4
Projector Computer
(<SERIAL IN> terminal) 5 5 (DTE specifications)
6 NC NC 6
7 7

8 8
9 NC NC 9

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4. 1. 5. Basic format
Transmission from the computer starts with STX, then the ID, command, parameter, and ETX are sent in this order.
Add parameters according to the details of control.

1. Basic control command (without parameter)


Start Separator End
ID Command
(STX) (semicolon) (ETX)
1 byte 4 byte 1 byte 3 byte 1 byte

2. Basic control command (with parameters)


Start Separator Separator End
ID Command Parameter
(STX) (semicolon) (colon) (ETX)
1 byte 4 byte 1 byte 3 byte 1 byte Undefined length 1 byte

3. Basic control command (with sub command)


Start Separator Separator
ID Command Parameter Operation
(STX) (semicolon) (colon)
1 byte 4 byte 1 byte 3 byte 1 byte Undefined length 1 byte
End
Sign Parameter
(ETX)
1 byte 5 byte 1 byte

4. Operation
Specifies the method of processing the value specified by parameters.
Code Description
= Sets the value specified by the parameter
_(underbar) Adds the value specified by the parameter to the current value.

5. Sign
Specifies the method of processing the value specified by parameters.
Code Description
+ The value specified by the parameter is a positive value or 0 (zero).
– The value specified by the parameter is a negative value.

6. Parameters
Specify the setting or adjustment value by right justification (0 is not suppressed).
For example, when the setting value is "1", set it as "00001".
7. ID of the basic control command
This projector will respond to the computer only if the sent ID coincides with the projector ID.
8. Response (Callback) of the basic control command
In the period when the command can be accepted.
Differs according to each command.
In the period when commands cannot be accepted.
Hexadecimal 02h 45h 52h 34h 30h 31h 03h
Character E R 4 0 1

9. Attention
- If a command is transmitted after the lamp starts illuminating, there may be a delay in response or the command may not be
executed. Try sending or receiving any command after 60 seconds.
- When transmitting multiple commands, be sure to wait until 0.5 seconds has elapsed after receiving the response from the
projector before sending the next command.
- It might take time by the time the response returns because the command is processed in the projector.
Set the time-out to 10 seconds or longer.

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4. 2. Control through LAN terminal


Possible to control this projector by connecting PC to the LAN terminal on this projector.
Connection and command transmission changes depending on mode (admin password is set or not with web control).
Control according to the procedure in "4.2.2" on the protection mode (the password is set), and according to the procedure in
"4.2.3" on the unprotected mode (the password is not set).
4. 2. 1. Connection example

Computer
Projector

Note: LAN cable and Hub are not standard acces-


sories. When connected directly, cross type cable is
recommended. It is possible to control by wireless
LAN function.

LAN cable (straight) LAN cable (straight)

Hub

4. 2. 2. When Web control administrator rights password is set (Protect mode)


4. 2. 2. 1. Connecting
1. O
 btain the IP address and port number (Initial setting value = 1024) of the projector and request for a connection to the
projector.
You can obtain both the IP address and the port number from the menu screen of the projector.
- IP address : Obtain from the main menu → [NETWORK] → [STATUS]
- Port number : Obtain from the WEB control → [Detailed set up] → [Command port set up] page
2. Check the response from the projector
- Response data
Data section Blank Mode Blank Random number section Termination symbol
"NTCONTROL" '' '1' '' "zzzzzzz" (CR)
(ASCII string) 0x20 0x31 0x20 (ASCII code hexadecimal number) 0x0d
9 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 1 byte 8 bytes 1 byte

Mode: 1 = Protect mode


3. Generate a 32-byte hash value from the following data using MD5 algorithm.
"xxxxxx:yyyyy:zzzzzzz"
xxxxxx Administrator rights user name for Web control (default user name is “admin1”)
yyyyy Password of above administrator rights user (default password is “panasonic”)
zzzzzzz 8-byte random number obtained in Step 2)
: colon : Separator

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4. 2. 2. 2. Command transmission method


Transmit using the following command formats.
Transmitted date
Header Data section Termination symbol
Hash value '0' '0' Control command (CR)
(4. 2. 2. 1. -3) 0x30 0x30 (ASCII string) 0x0d
32 bytes 1 byte 1 byte Undefined length 1 byte

Received data
Header Data section Termination symbol
'0' '0' Control command (CR)
0x30 0x30 (ASCII string) 0x0d
1 byte 1 byte Undefined length 1 byte

Error response
Error message Termination symbol
“ERR1” Undefined control command
“ERR2” Out of parameter range
“ERR3” Busy state or no-acceptable period (CR)
“ERR4” Timeout or no-acceptable period 0x0d
“ERR5” Wrong data length
“ERRA” Password mismatch
4 bytes 1 byte

Example: Query Power "QPW"


1. Connects to the projector
IP = 192.168.0.8 port = 1024
2. Receives a response
Response = "NTCONTROL 1 1aa6c14e" + (CR)
"1aa6c14e" = 8 bytes random characters
3. Generates a hash value (message digest) from "admin1:panasonic:1aa6c14e" by using the MD5 algorithm.
"admin1" = Administrator authority user-name
"panasonic" = Password corresponding to "admin1"
Hash value = "01466bc27ed8c0b7e607471580c55953"
4. Transmits the command
Transmission data = "01466bc27ed8c0b7e607471580c5595300QPW" + (CR)
5. Receives a response.
Reception data = "00000" + (CR)
6. Disconnects the connection with the projector.

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4. 2. 3. When Web control administrator rights password is not set (Non-protect mode)
4. 2. 3. 1. Connecting
1. O
 btain the IP address and port number (Initial setting value = 1024) of the projector and request for a connection to the
projector.
You can obtain both the IP address and the port number from the menu screen of the projector.
- IP address : Obtain from the main menu → [NETWORK] → [STATUS]
- Port number : Obtain from the WEB control → [Detailed set up] → [Command port set up] page
2. Check the response from the projector
- Response data
Data section Blank Mode Termination symbol
“NTCONTROL” '' '1' (CR)
(ASCII string) 0x20 0x31 0x0d
9 bytes 1 byte 1 byte 1 byte

Mode: 0 = Non-protect mode

4. 2. 3. 2. Command transmission method


Transmit using the following command formats.
- Transmitted data
Header Data section Termination symbol
'0' '0' Control command (CR)
0x30 0x30 (ASCII string) 0x0d
1 byte 1 byte Undefined length 1 byte

- Received data
Header Data section Termination symbol
'0' '0' Control command (CR)
0x30 0x30 (ASCII string) 0x0d
1 byte 1 byte Undefined length 1 byte

- Error response
Error message Termination symbol
“ERR1” Undefined control command
“ERR2” Out of parameter range
“ERR3” Busy state or no-acceptable period (CR)
“ERR4” Timeout or no-acceptable period 0x0d
“ERR5” Wrong data length
“ERRA” Password mismatch
4 bytes 1 byte

Example: Query Power "QPW"


1. Connects to the projector
IP = 192.168.0.8 port = 1024
2. Receives a response
Response = "NTCONTROL 0" + (CR)
3. Transmits the command
Transmission data = "00QPW" + (CR)
4. Receives a response.
Reception data = "00000" + (CR)
5. Disconnects the connection with the projector.

4. 3. Control commands List


* Please refer to a separate volume "control commands". (Posted to the projector home page)

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5. Notes on service
5. 1. Before service operation
5. 1. 1. LCD panel
1. T
 he display unit of this projector comprises three LCD panels. Although an LCD panel is a product of high-precision tech-
nology, some of the pixels on the image may be missing or constantly lit. Please note that this is not a failure.
2. Displaying a still image for a longer time may result in an after-image on the LCD panels. If this happens, display the all
white screen in the test pattern for an hour or more.

5. 1. 2. Lamp
1. The light source of the projector is a high-pressure mercury lamp.
2. A high-pressure mercury lamp has the following characteristics.
• The luminance of the lamp will decrease by duration of usage.
• The lamp may burst with a loud sound or have its service life shortened because of shock, chipping, or degradation due to
cumulative runtime.
• The lamp life varies greatly depending on individual differences and usage conditions. In particular, continuous use for 12
hours or more and frequent off/on switching of the power greatly deteriorate the lamp and affects the lamp life.
• In rare cases, the lamps burst shortly after projection starts.
• The risk of bursting increases when the lamp is used beyond its replacement cycle. Make sure to replace the lamp unit
regularly.
(Refer to items “When to replace the lamp unit”, “How to replace the lamp unit”)
• If the lamp bursts, gas contained inside of the lamp is released in the form of smoke.
• It is recommended that you store the Replacement Lamp Unit as a contingency

Replacement lamp unit : ET-LAV400

Note * Panasonic takes no responsibility for any damage or malfunction of the


product resulting from use of lamp units which are not manufactured by
Panasonic. Use only specified lamp units.

Attention * Please be sure to read the warnings and notices on the lamp that is
described in the Operating Instructions. "Read this first!", "Precautions for
use", "Maintenance/replacement"

5. 1. 3. Air filter unit


1. M
 ake sure that the air filter unit is properly attached before using the projector. If it is
not properly attached, the projector will suck in dirt and dust causing a malfunction.
2. The cleaning and replacement cycle of the air filter unit varies depending on the us-
age environment.

Replacement air filter unit : ET-RFV400

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5. 2. Service
5. 2. 1. Supporting Methods
The basic service policy is shown below.
Repair contents Applied parts

- Lighting block (* Specified components are replaced)


- Optical Block (PT-VW530/VX600/VX60)
Block replacement - Optical Block+Projection lens+Lens shift unit (PT-VZ570)
P.C.Board replacement - [P]-P.C.Board (Specified components are replaced)
- [BQ]-P.C.Board
- Iris unit

Replaced by discrete components Other electrical parts and mechanism parts

5. 2. 2. Repair
1. S
 ince very strong light is leakage from the surroundings of optical block, when checking or adjusting the projector with top
cabinet removal, ware the UV protection glasses to protect the UV light.
2. Before repairing, make sure to turn off the main power and disconnect the power plug from the power outlet.
* When replacing the print board, the internal electrical parts can be broken by the static electricity of clothes or human
body. Please take care in static electricity, use an antistatic wrist strap or wear the anti-static electricity gloves.
3. After repairing, please check the gradation (10step or the gray scale) test pattern or moving image.
Also, please check that it is normal on a self check screen.

5. 2. 3. Interlock detection
The lamp cover switch detects whether the lamp cover is mounted securely.
When the lamp cover is mounted securely, the interlock switch (K8S) on the [A]-P.C.Board turns on.

Interlock switch (K8S)

5. 2. 4. Replacement of A-P.C. board


1. W
 hen the replacement of [A]-P.C.Board (assembly) is needed, back up the memory information such as adjustment data
from the old board to PC with the service software. Then transfer this data to the new [A]-P.C.Board.
For more information refer to the SECTION 3 "Adjustment".
* Down load the service software from Projector service web site.
2. When [A]-P.C.Board is replaced, the MAC address of wired LAN and wireless LAN will be changed. Explain it to the cus-
tomers in advance.

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5.2.5. Optical block type check


There are 2 types of optical block, named R-type and L-type.
When replacing the optical block, check the printed marker on the flat cable of the G-LCD panel and use the same type of the
optical block. If not used the same type, you will find the color shading or wrong white balance picture on the screen.

• GL => Use L-type optical block


• GR => Use R-type optical block
L-Type optical block

GL

R-Type optical block

G-LCD panel
GR

5. 3. Replacement of consumable parts


[Attention] • W
 hen replacing the consumable parts, please make sure that the power cable is disconnected from the outlet.

5. 3. 1. When to replace the lamp unit


The lamp unit is a consumable component. Since its brightness gradually decreases over time, it is necessary to replace the
lamp unit regularly. The estimated duration before replacement is 5 000 hours, but the lamp may go off before reaching to
5000 hours, depending on the characteristics of the individual lamp, usage conditions, and the installation environment. It is
recommended that the Replacement Lamp Unit be prepared earlier.

On
Onscreen
screendisplay
display LAMP
LAMPindicator
indicator

REPLACE
REPLACELAMP
LAMP

The message is displayed for 30 seconds. Pressing


Over 4 800 hours any button on the control panel or remote control
within 30 seconds will clear the message. The indicator lights in red even during the
standby mode.
The message remains displayed until you press any
Over 5 000 hours
button.

If you continue to use the lamp unit after 5 000 hours has elapsed, the lamp turns off automatically after approximately 10
minutes, as it may cause malfunction of the projector.

Note
• To predict when to replace the lamp, check the lamp runtime displayed at [STATUS] - [RUNTIME] in [PROJECTOR SETUP].
• 5 000 hours is only the target for replacement and not the warranty time.

5. 3. 2. Calculation formula of lamp runtime


The lamp runtime that is displayed in the [STATUS] is real time.
The following conversion is required to calculate the rough estimate for lamp replacement.

Formula for lamp replacement time (rough estimate)

= “Lamp runtime of [NORMAL]” + “Lamp runtime of [ECO]” × 5/7

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5. 3. 3. Notes on the replacement of the lamp unit

Warning
Do not replace the lamp unit when it is hot. (Wait at least 1 hour after use.)
The inside of the cover can become very hot, take care to avoid burn injuries.

• The luminous source of the lamp is made of glass and may burst if you hit it against a hard surface or drop it.
Please handle with care.
• A Phillips screwdriver is required for replacement of the lamp unit
• When replacing the lamp unit, be sure to hold it by the handle.
• When replacing the lamp because it has stopped illuminating, there is a possibility that the lamp may be broken. If replacing
the lamp of a projector which has been installed on the ceiling, you should always assume that the lamp is broken, and you
should stand to the side of the lamp cover, not underneath it. Remove the lamp cover gently. Small pieces of glass may fall
out when the lamp cover is opened. If pieces of glass get into your eyes or mouth, seek medical advice immediately.
• The lamp may be ruptured. Care should be taken not to scatter pieces of the broken lamp glass when replacing the lamp
unit. Pieces of the broken lamp may fall from the lamp unit especially when the projector is mounted on the ceiling, so when
replacing the lamp unit do not stand directly underneath it or position your face close to it.
• The lamp contains mercury. Consult your local municipality or your dealer about correct disposal of used lamp units.

5. 3. 4. Replacement procedure for lamp unit Lamp cover

Attention
• When the projector is mounted on a ceiling, do not work with
your face close to the projector.
• Do not loosen other than designated screws.
• Attach the lamp unit and the lamp cover securely.

1) T
 urn off the projector and disconnect the power plug from
the power outlet.
• Wait at least one hour and check if the lamp unit has cooled Lamp cover
down. fixing screw
2) U
 se a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the lamp cover fixing Fig. 1
screw (×1) until it turns freely and remove the lamp cover.
• Remove the lamp cover by pulling it slowly toward the direction
of the arrow.
3) U
 se a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the three lamp unit
fixing screws (×3) until they turn freely. Lamp unit fix-
ing screws
4) H
 old the used lamp unit by its handles, and pull it gently
from the projector.
5) Insert the new lamp unit in correct direction. Tighten the
three lamp unit fixing screws (×3) securely with a Phillips
screwdriver.
• When you experience difficulty in installing the lamp unit,
remove it and try again. If you use force to install the lamp unit,
the connector may be damaged.
6) A
 ttach the lamp cover. Tighten the lamp cover fixing screw
(×1) securely with a Phillips screwdriver. Handles
• Perform Step 2) in the reverse order to attach the lamp cover.

Note
• When you replace the lamp unit with new one, the projector
resets the runtime of the lamp unit automatically

Fig. 2

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SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION

5. 3. 5. Air filter maintenance


Perform maintenance of the air filter in the following case.
• The air filter is clogged with dust, causing the filter replacement message to appear on the screen.

Attention
• Make sure to turn off the power before performing maintenance on the air filter unit.
• Make sure that the projector is stable, and perform the maintenance in a safe place where the unit will not be damaged even
if you drop the air filter unit.
• After replacing the air filter, reset the filter counter. Otherwise, “FILTER COUNTER has reached the set time.” will appear on
screen.

5. 3. 6. Replacement procedure for air filter unit


1) Remove the air filter cover. (Fig. 1)
• Open the air filter cover in the direction of the arrow and remove it.
2) Remove the air filter unit. (Fig.2)
• Hold the tab on the left side of the air filter unit and pull out in the direction of the arrow.
• After removing the air filter unit, remove foreign objects and dust from the air filter compartment and the projector’s air
intake port if there are any.

Fig. 1 Fig. 2

Air filter cover Air filter unit


Tab
3) Attach the unused air filter unit to the projector (Fig.3)
• Hold the air filter unit that the tab is in up-left side in the figure, put the right side in the figure first, and press the tab side
until make a click sound.
• Do not press any other part of the air filter unit except the frame during installation.

Fig. 3

Air filter unit


Tab
4) Attach the air filter cover to the projector.
• Perform Step 1) in “Removing the air filter unit” in the reverse order
• Make sure that the air filter cover is closed tightly.
5) C
 onnect the power plug, press the power button <v/b> on the control panel or on the remote control to turn on
the power.
 ress the <MENU> button to display the main menu, then press as to select [PROJECTOR SETUP].
6) P
 ress the <ENTER> button, press as to select [FILTER COUNTER].
7) P
 ress the <ENTER> button, press as to select [FILTER COUNTER RESET].
8) P
9) P
 ress the <ENTER> button.
• [FILTER COUNTER RESET] confirmation message is displayed.
10) Press qw to select [OK], then press the <ENTER> button.
• The filter usage time is [0] after reset.

Attention
• When using the projector, be sure to attach the air filter unit. If it is not attached, the projector will suck in dirt and dust caus-
ing a malfunction.
• Do not put anything into the air vents. Doing so may result in malfunction of the projector.
• The air filter unit to be replaced should be an unused product

Note
• The replacement cycle of the air filter unit varies greatly depending on the usage environment.

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SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION

6. Troubleshooting
6. 1. Shutdown system
This projector provides the shutdown function to set into the standby mode immediately for product safety when the projector
has the fan operation error or lamp lightning error.

LED indication status Shutdown detection Probable cause OSD warning

Blown out of fuse(with another reason)


Power supply block Disconnecting the connectors

Fuse : Rated 8A Power board failure
Ballast board failure

Not lighting or flashing Blown out of thermal fuse (with another reason)
Thermal fuse
Check usage environment –
a Over 113ºC
Disconnecting the thermal fuse

Sub-microprocessor failure
Sub-microprocessor communication error –
Disconnection the communication lines

FPGA initializing error or communication


ON(G)/STANDBY(R) LED Failure on signal processing part –
error
blinks
(0.25 seconds cycle)
Main software activation error Main microprocessor writing error –

“REPLACE LAMP IN ** MIN-


Lamp runtime
UTES, POWER WILL TURN OFF
LAMP LED lights a More than 5000 hours Lamp runtime is over
AND GO INTO STANDBY MODE
(Shutdown in 10 minutes)
AUTOMATICALLY.”

Lamp cover not installed


LAMP LED blinks Disconnecting the connectors
Lamp igniting error/Lamp goes off –
(0.5 seconds cycle) Lamp error/burning
Ballast block error

Temperature exceeds a threshold (*1) Temperature error –


TEMP LED lights
Sum of the fan voltage level and filter
Filter clogged –
clogged level (*2)

No fan sense signal


Disconnecting the connectors
Each fan sense signal level
Fan rotation error/ abnormal –
a The signal is less than 50% of target
TEMP LED blinks Fan control circuit on the main bard has error.
level for more than 5 seconds
(2 seconds cycle)
Disconnecting the connectors
Power supply error –
Board error

*1 It depends on the lamp mode , fan mode or installed environment.


The count down number 10 to 1
*2 It depends on the various levels of the filter clogged and fan voltage.
will be indicated in **.

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SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION

6. 2. Lamp log data acquisition method


6. 2. 1. Equipment to be used
1. Computer : Use it for getting the lamp log data.
2. Communication cable : D-sub 9pin (male/female RS-232C straight)
3. Service Software : "ServiceVZ570" Service software is downloaded from the projector service homepage.

6. 2. 2. Connection preparations Projector Connection terminals


Computer
1. C
 onnect the serial terminals on the projector and the D-Sub 9p (Female)
PC by using a communication cable.

D-Sub 9p (Male)
Communication cable (straight)
6. 2. 3. Acquisition of log data
1. S
 et the projector to "Normal-Standby" mode (ON(G)/
STANDBY(R) indicator is lighting in red).
2. Start up the software "ServiceVZ570.exe" with a PC.
3. Select language and click the [OK] button.
4. 1) Choose the available serial port number on your PC.
2) Choose a model number.
3) Click the [Data] button.

j
k
l

5. 1) Click the [Log Display] button. The log dislay window will appear.
2) Click [Lamp Log receive] button. The log data will appear on the window.

INF-24
SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION

6. 3. Troubleshooting
* The letters in the left of inspection items indicate the P.C. Boards related to their respective descriptions.
* Please check items with the interlock switch on.

■ Power does not turn ON. ON(G)/STANDBY(R) LED does not light in red)

NG
Check the connection of each connector
Connect the cables properly
AC inlet - P11, P12, P01, P03 - K8R
OK

NG
Disconnect the connectors [P02],[P03]. Check the short
A A Replace the [A] P.C.Board
circuit between pins 1, 14, 6,7 of connector P03.

OK

NG
K Confirm the fuse [F601] K Replace fuse

OK

NG
P Confirm the short circuit of Q611, Q612, Q613, Q614 Replace the shorted parts

OK

P Replace [P] P.C.Board

■ Lamp does not turn ON.

Confirm the connection of each connector on A-P.C Board NG


and lamp. Connect the cables properly
Confirm the lamp fixing screws.
OK

NG
Confirm the lamp condition Replace the lamp

OK

NG
Is each fan rotating when the projector turns on? Check each fan and connection

OK

NG
Is each thermal sensor operating in normal? Check each thermal sensor and connection

OK

Next page

INF-25
SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION

Previous page

NG
Confirm that the voltage at pin (2) of connector [P03] changes
A A Check or replace [A] P.C.Board
from Low to High when the power is ON.

OK

NG
Confirm that the voltage at pin (4) of connector [K8H] changes
A A Check or replace [A] P.C.Board
from High to Low when the power is ON.

OK

NG
Confirm the voltages between pins of connector [P02] below;
P P Check or replace [P] P.C.Board
(1) - (2) DC 380V

OK

NG
Confirm the voltages between pins of connector [P02] below;
P P Check or replace [P] P.C.Board
(2) - (3) DC 18V

OK

Confirm the voltages between pins of connector [CN1] below; NG


B (1) - (2) DC 380V B Replace [B] P.C.Board
(2) - (3) DC 18V
OK

B Check or replace [B] P.C.Board

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SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION

■ No picture or abnormal picture is output

Confirm each cable connection Connect the cables securely

OK

Confirm the below with a signal other than all black pattern.

No picture with VIDEO input Follow the section "VIDEO input check"

No picture with RGB1 input Follow the section "RGB1 input check"

No picture with RGB2 input Follow the section "RGB2 input check"

No picture with HDMI1 input Follow the section "HDMI1 input check"

No picture with HDMI2 input Follow the section "HDMI2 input check"

No picture with all of inputs

(3)

Check each power supply voltage of microprocessor &


Only for WUXGA series: Check IC7831, IC8351, IC8371,
Scale IC(IC301), FPGA(IC401),
NG IC5831, IC5861, IC5851, IC513 - IC515 and peripheral
Only for WUXGA series: Gamma IC (IC510), panel driver
A A circuits
IC(IC521,IC531,IC561)
Only for WXGA /XGA series: Check IC5831,IC5861,IC585
Only for WXGA /XGA series: Gamma IC (IC501), panel driver
1,IC414,IC431,IC421,IC582,IC401 and peripheral circuits
IC(IC561)
OK

NG
Check the waveform (Display output clock) at R2459 of Check IC538,IC528,IC529,IC533,IC562,IC522,IC2306,
A A
IC301(Resize&Micon) IC2304,IC2305,IC301 and peripheral circuit

OK

NG
Check the waveform (Input clock) at R2371 of IC2301
A A Check IC2301 and peripheral circuit
(Only for WUXGA series)

OK

Only for WUXGA series: Check the input clock at R5161 of Only for WUXGA series: Check IC510 and peripheral
NG
IC510(Gamma IC) circuit
A A
Only for WXGA /XGA series: Check the input clock at R413 of Only for WXGA /XGA series:Check IC501 and peripheral
IC501(Gamma IC) circuit

OK

Only for WUXGA series: Only for WXGA /XGA series:


Check the waveform Check the waveform Only for WUXGA series:
NG
at IC521, IC531, IC561(SH IC) at IC561(SH IC) Check IC521, IC531, IC561 (SH IC) and peripheral circuit
A A
R5264, R5226, R5227 (R) R574,R586 (R) Only for WXGA /XGA series:
R5629, R5622, R5645 (G) R495,R588 (G) Check IC561 (SH IC) and peripheral circuit
R5320, R5304, R5300 (B) R507,R400 (B)
OK

NG
A Check the connection of connectors [K5R], [K5G], [K5B] A Connect the connectors securely

OK

A Replace [A] P.C.Board

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SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION

■ VIDEO input check

NG
One of the inputs (HDMI1, HDMI2, RGB1, RGB2) can be dis-
played (3)

OK

NG
J Check the waveform at pin 2 of [J1] J Replace [J] P.C.Board

OK

NG
Check the cable between [KA1] and [J1] Replace cable

OK

A Check IC301 and peripheral circuits

■ RGB1 input check

NG
One of the inputs (HDMI1,HDMI2, VIDEO) can be displayed (3)

OK

NG
One of the inputs (HDMI1,HDMI2) can be displayed A Check IC301 and peripheral circuits

OK

NG
Input (RGB2) can be displayed A Check IC4001,IC5301 and IC4701 and peripheral circuit

OK

NG
Check the output waveform at L1002, L1012, Check L1002, L1012, L1022,Q1001,Q1004,Q1006 and
A A
L1022,Q1001,Q1004,Q1006 peripheral circuit

OK

NG
Check the video input waveform at IC301 Check C331(G/Y), C332(R/Pr), C333(B/Pb) and peripheral
A A
C331(G/Y), C332(R/Pr), C333(B/Pb) circuit

OK

NG
Check the sync input waveform at IC4701
A A Check IC4701, IC5301 and peripheral circuits
IC5301

OK

A Check IC301 and peripheral circuits

INF-28
SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION

■ RGB2 input check

NG
One of the inputs (HDMI1,HDMI2, VIDEO) can be displayed (3)

OK

NG
One of the inputs (HDMI1,HDMI2) can be displayed A Check IC301 and peripheral circuits

OK

NG
Input (RGB1) can be displayed A Check IC4701 and IC5301 and peripheral circuit

OK

NG
Check the output waveform at L1051, L1061, Check L1051, L1061, L1071,Q1003,Q1002,Q1005 and
A A
L1071,Q1003,Q1002,Q1005 peripheral circuit

OK

NG
A Check the video input waveform at IC301,C362,C363,C361. A Check C362,C363,C361 and peripheral circuit

OK

A Check IC301 and peripheral circuits

■ HDMI1 HDMI2 input check

NG
One of the inputs (RGB1,RGB2, VIDEO) can be displayed (3)

OK

NG
Check IC8001 and peripheral circuits A Check IC301 and peripheral circuits

OK

A Check K8001,K8002 and peripheral circuits

■ Remote control does not respond

NG
The signal waveform can be detected at pin 1 of A2901 when the
R J Check A2901 and peripheral circuits
remote control button is pressed.

OK

NG
R Check the cable connection between [R1] - [K8D] Replace the cable

OK

NG
Check the waveform at L2892 when the remote control button is
A R Replace [RC]-P.C.Board
pressed.

OK

A Replace [A]-P.C.Board

INF-29
SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION

■ [A] P.C.Board operation check

NG
Check the clock waveform around IC301
A A Check IC301, X301 and peripheral circuits
X301 : 24MHz

OK

NG
When no input,check the waveform around IC301:
A A Check IC301 and peripheral circuits
A13, D12, E12, C1, E4, G2, H2

OK

NG
Check the clock waveform around IC401
A A Check IC404, X402 and peripheral circuits
X402 : 24MHz

■ Main microprocessor check

NG
Replace the cable between [P03] - [K8R]
A Check the voltage (DC 6.0V) at pins 6, 7 of connector [K8R] A
Replace [P] P.C.Board

OK

NG
A Check the clock signal (24MHz} at X301 A Check X301 and peripheral circuits

OK

NG
A Check the voltage (DC 1V) at L5861 A Check IC5861 and peripheral circuits

OK

NG
A Check the voltage (DC 1.8V) at L5856 A Check IC5851 and peripheral circuits

OK

NG
A Check the voltage (DC 3.3V) at L5838 A Check IC5831 and peripheral circuits

OK

NG
A Check the voltage (DC 3.3V) at pin 2 of IC304 (RESET) A Check IC304 and peripheral circuits

OK

NG
Check IC9885, IC3802, IC3803, IC3804 and peripheral
A Check the voltages (DC 3.3V) at pins 6 of IC9885(SUB CPU) A
circuits

OK

NG
A Check IC1301 (FLASH ROM) and peripheral circuit. A Check IC1301 and peripheral circuits

INF-30
SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION

■ SERIAL IN does not respond

NG
A Check the cable connection of K20A (SERIAL IN) A Connect the connector securely

OK

NG
The signal waveform can be detected at pins 10, 12 of IC3801
A A Check IC3801 and peripheral circuits
when the serial command is transmitted.

OK

NG
The signal waveform can be detected at pins 5, 6 of KA1 when
A J Replace [J]-P.C.Board
the serial command is transmitted.

OK

A Replace [A]-P.C.Board

■ Controls does not respond

NG
Check the voltage (DC 3.3V) at pin 13 of connector [S1] when the
A A Check the [3.3V] power line on the [A]-P.C.Board
power is turned on.

OK

NG
A Check the connection cable between [A32] - [S1] Replace the cable

OK

NG
A Check the voltage [DC 3V] at pins 9 - 12 of connector [S1] S Check the [3.3V] power line on the [S]-P.C.Board

OK

NG
Check that the voltage changes at L1177 - L1180 when some of
A S Replace [S]-P.C.Board
the control button are pressed

OK

A Replace [A]-P.C.Board

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SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION

■ No sound

Check each cable connection

NG
No sound with built-in speaker Follow the section "Built-in speaker check"

NG
No sound with external speakers Follow the section "AUDIO OUT check"

No sound with built-in and external speakers

NG

[ANALOG]
Check the connections K50A (AUDIO IN), K30B (AUDIO IN1) NG
A/J Check the cable connection securely
[DIGITAL]
Check the connections K8001 (HDMI1), K8002 (HDMI2)

OK

[ANALOG] NG
J Check the waveform at pins 1 and 3 of connector [K50A] J Check K50A, K30A and peripheral circuits
Check the waveform at pins 2 and 3 of connector [K30B]
OK

NG
[ANALOG]
A Replace the cable
Check the cable connection between connectors [J1] - [KA1]

OK

NG
[Common]
J J Check IC5002 and peripheral circuits
Check the waveform at pins 5,14,1,12,9 and 10 of IC5002.

OK

NG
[Common]
J J Check IC5001 and peripheral circuits
Check the waveform at pins 12 and 13 of IC5001.

OK

NG
[Common]
J J Check IC5003 and peripheral circuits
Check the waveform at pins 3, 5, 1 and 7 of IC5003.

OK

NG
[Common]
J J Check IC001 and peripheral circuits
Check the waveform at pins 12 of IC001.

OK

A Replace [A]-P.C.Board

INF-32
SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION

■ Built-in speaker check

NG
A Check the waveform at pins 1 and 3 of connector [J2] J Check IC001 and peripheral circuits

OK

Replace speaker

NG

A Replace [A]-P.C.Board

■ AUDIO OUT check

[ANALOG] NG
A Check the connection cable between connectors [KA1] and Replace the cable
[J1]
OK

J Replace [J]-P.C.Board

NG

A Replace [A]-P.C.Board

INF-33
SECTION 1 SERVICE INFORMATION

INF-34
SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

Disassembly Procedures

Model No. PT-VZ570 series


PT-VW530 series
PT-VX600 series
PT-VX60

CONTENTS
SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES
1. Parts Locations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DIS-2
1.1. Electrical parts location (P.C.Boards)
1.2. Electrical parts location (Fans)
1.3. Mechanical parts location
1.4. Optical parts location
2. Mechanical and Electrical Parts Disassembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DIS-4
2.1. Disassembly flow chart
2.2. Air filter cover, air filter unit removal
2.3. Lamp unit and lamp cover removal
2.4. Top cover unit removal
2.5. [A]-P.C.Board unit removal
2.6. Lamp house and lamp duct assy removal
2.7. Lighting assy removal
2.8. Power box assy removal
2.9. Top panel duct assy removal
2.10. Intake fan removal
3. Optical Parts Disassembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DIS-12
3.1. Disassembly flow chart
3.2. Projection lens and optical block assy removal
3.3. Polarizer-in removal
3.4. Condenser lens-out removal
3.5. PBS and Integrators removal
3.6. Lighting case top removal
3.7. Parts location and direction in the lighting case
<Cable reforming>. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DIS-20
4. Cleaning of Optical Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DIS-21
4.1. Note on handling of inorganic polarizer
4.2. Cleaning the internal parts of the optical block
4.3. Cleaning of the polarizer-in

DIS-1
Rev.-1 (2014-09)
SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

1. Parts Locations
1.1. Electrical parts location (P.C.Boards)

A
R

P M1
B M2
C
K
M3

Board name Function summary Board name Function summary

A Image processing system / CPU P Power supply

J Signal input terminals B Ballast power / Ballast control

R Remote control receiver K Line filter

M2 Air flow sensor M3 Temperature sensor (Exhaust air)

M1 Temperature sensor (Intake air) C Lamp memory connection

1.2. Electrical parts location (Fans)


Intake fan4
Intake fan1

Lamp fan
Intake fan2

Power fan

Exhaust fan
Intake fan3

DIS-2
SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

1.3. Mechanical parts location

Top cover unit


Lamp cover

DEC dial

Duct assy Teminal cover

Lighting block

Lamp unit
Filter cover

Air filter unit

Bottom case

Lens ring
Power box
Lens cap

1.4. Optical parts location

G-Polarizer
R-Polarizer
B-Polarizer

Lighting case top

Optical block * Lighting case bottom

Lens shift unit *

Projection lens *
Prism beam
splitter(PBS)
Integrator
Integrator
lens-out
lens-in

Iris unit

* Projection lens, lens shift unit and optical block are not supplied separately for PT-VZ570. Only they will be sup-
plied as an assemblied one parts.

DIS-3
SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

2. Mechanical and Electrical Parts Disassembly


2.1. Disassembly flow chart
* Before Disassembly the projector, turn the projector off and disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet.
* To assemble, reverse the disassembly procedures.
* When tore off sticky tapes, please use a new thing without reusing it on the occasion of assembling.

Completed Product

2.2. Air filter cover,air filter unit removal

2.3. Lamp unit and lamp cover removal

2.4. Top cover unit removal

2.5. [A]-P.C.Board unit removal

2.6. Lamp house and lamp duct assy removal

2.7. Lighting assy removal

2.8. Power box assy removal

2.9. Top_panel_duct assy removal

2.10. Intake fan removal

Cable reforming

DIS-4
SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

2.2. Air filter cover, air filter unit removal


1. Open the air filter cover then remove it.
2. Hold the tab of the air filter unit and pull out whole air filter unit.

Air filter unit

Air filter cover

2.3. Lamp unit and lamp cover removal


A SMXAA308R0SAA
1. Loosen 1 screw-A and remove the lamp cover to upward.
2. Loosen 3 screws-B on the lamp unit and pull it upward off. B THEC239N

Lamp unit
B
B
B Lamp cover

DIS-5
SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

2.4. Top cover unit removal A


SFPDN30100SA-
B
1. Remove 15 screws-A and take the top cover unit upward off.
2. Remove 1 screw-B and take the lens ring .

A
Top cover unit

DEC_sheet _RC

DEC dial A
A

B
A
A
A
A

A
A

Lens ring A
A
A
A A

DIS-6
SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

2.5. [A]-P.C.Board unit removal


A XYN3+F6FJ
1. Remove 2 screws-A and 3 screws-B and remove [A]-P.C.Board unit.
2. Remove 2 screws-C and 2 screws-D and separately remove the speaker_holder B XYC3+FG10FJK
and speaker.
3. Remove 1 screw-E and remove holder dial upward off.
B B C SMXAA308R0SAE

B
A [A]-P.C.Board unit D
SFPDN308R0SV-
A E

D
C D

[R]-P.C.Board unit
C

E
Holder dial

C
B
Teminal_metal
A
A
F

Teminal_cover
[J]-P.C.Board

[A]-P.C.Board D
D B
SMXAA00004---
E

C SM2PN306R0SA-

A
XYN3+F6FJ
D

F SFPPN306R0SA-

DIS-7
SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

2.6. Lamp house and lamp duct assy removal


1. Remove 2 screws-A and 1 screw-B and remove the lamp_duct_assy. A XYC3+FG34FJK
2. Remove 2 screws-C and remove the [C]-P.C.Board.
3. Remove 1 screw-D and remove the lamp socket.
B
4. Remove 3 screws-E and 2 screws-F and remove the lamp house. C SFPDN308R0SV-
5. Remove 1 screw-G and remove the [M3]-P.C.Board. E

D THTD039J

A Lamp_socket F
A XYC3+FG10FJK
G
D F
B E
E E F C C

Lamp_duct_assy [C]-P.C.Board

Lamp_house

G [M3]-P.C.Board

Exhaust_fan_metal A
Exhaust_fan
A
Lamp_house

Top_lamp_intake_duct

A XYC3+FG34FJK

Lamp_fan

Lamp_air_guide_plate

Bottom_lamp_intake_duct

DIS-8
SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

2.7. Lighting assy removal A


SFPDN308R0SV-

1. Remove 4 screws-A and remove lighting assy upward off.

A A A
A

Lighting assy

C
C

For PT-VZ570, VW530

IRIS unit

IRIS _Shield

When removing the iris unit, take the iris with its blades
closed. When turning the gear on the iris in the arrow A
SFPDN258R0SV-
direction, the blades of iris will be closed. Do not touch
the blades because they are precious parts.
For PT-VX600/VX60

DIS-9
SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

2.8. Power box assy removal A


C
XYC3+FG10FJK
E
1. Remove 12 screws-A and 1 screw-B and remove the power_ballast_holder assy. F
B
2. Remove 1 screw-C and remove the [P]-P.C.Board. D
3. Remove 1 screw-D and remove the Lead_treatment_sheet_3. SFPDN308R0SV-
H
4. Remove 2 screws-E and remove the [B]-P.C.Board. K
5. Remove 3 screws-F and remove the [K]-P.C.Board.
6. Remove 1 screw-G and 2 screws-H and remove the AC Inlet. G XYN4+J8FJ

7. Remove 1 screw-K and remove the thermal fuse.

A A A
A
A A A
A A
A B
A A

Power_ballast_holder assy

[P]-P.C.Board C

Ballast_sheet2

Lead_treatment_sheet_3 D [B]-P.C.Board

E [K]-P.C.Board_holder
E
Ballast_sheet1 F

[K]-P.C.Board
K
F Thermal fuse
F
Ballast_isolation_sheet G
H H

AC lnlet

Power_shield_metal
Top view of the fuse mounting

Power_FAN_metal
Thermal fuse
A
Power_FAN A Lug

Power_ballast_holder
A XYC3+FG34FJK

DIS-10
SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

2.9. Top panel duct assy removal A XYC3+FG10FJK

1. Remove 2 screws-A and remove the earth_metal1,


B
earth_metal2,earth_metal3 and lens shift_earth_metal. SFPDN308R0SV-
C
2. Remove 1 screw-B and remove the [M2]-P.C.Board.
3. Remove 2 screws-C and 2 screws-D and remove the top panel duct assy.
D SFPDN30140SV-

A
Earth_metal3 Lens shift_earth_metal
B
[M2]-P.C.Board

A
Earth_metal2
C
C
D
D
Earth_metal1

Top_panel_duct_assy

2.10. Intake fan removal


A SFPDN30140SV-
1. Remove 6 screws-A and remove the intake fan1,intake
fan2,intake fan3 and intake fan4.
2. Remove 1 screw-B and remove the [M1]-P.C.Board.
B SFPDN308R0SV-
Intake fan2
A
A A
A
A A
Intake fan1 Intake fan3

[M1]-P.C.Board
B Intake fan4

DIS-11
SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

3. Optical Parts Disassembly


3.1. Disassembly flow chart

Completed Product

2.4. Top cover unit removal

2.5. [A]-P.C.Board unit removal

2.7. Lighting assy removal

3.2. Projection lens and optical block assy removal

3.2.1 Optical block removal (only for VW530/VX600/VX60)

3.2.2. Optical block mounting (only for VW530/VX600/VX60)

3.2.3. Polarizer-out replacement

3.2.4. Lens shift unit disassembly

3.3 Polarizer-in removel

3.4. Condenser lens-out removal

3.5. PBS and Integrators removal

3.6. Lighting case top removal

3.7. Parts location and direction in the lighting case

DIS-12
SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

3.2. Projection lens and optical block assy removal


<note> Before removing the projection lens and optical block assy, take out the lighting case from the bottom case.

1. Remove 4 screws-A and remove the projection lens and optical block assy from the lighting case.

A SBXAA257R8SAA

Lighting case

projection lens and optical block assy

A
A

3.2.1 Optical block removal (only for PT-VW530/VX600/VX60)


1. Loosen 4 hex screws-A and remove the optical block upward.
<note> When taking the cleaning or replacing the polarizers, we recommend not to remove the
optical block from the projection lens.

Optical block

Note for model PT-VZ570


Do not remove the optical block from the
base mounter of the projection lens, doing
so may cause degradation of focus per-
formance.

Projection lens

Important notice on optical block replacement


 CD panels used for this model cannot be replaced separately. Do not disassemble the optical block. These LCD panels
L
are installed with precision at the factory. When replacing the LCD panel, should be replaced whole of the LCD panels and
prism assy at once.
When replacing optical block, take the optical and electrical adjustments following to the chapter "Adjustment".

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SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

3.2.2 Optical block mounting (only for VW530/VX600/VX60)


1. Mount the optical block onto the base mount as shown in the figure.
2. Gently press bottom part of the optical block in the arrow direction and fix it by tighten 4 hex-screws in the numerical order
in the figure.

Optical block

l
j

k m

Base mount

3.2.3. Polarizer-out replacement

Before replacing the polarizer, refer to "Note on handling of inorganic polarizer" on item 4. optical parts cleaning.

1. Remove each polarizer. As the polarizers are attached with adhesive tape, remove them carefully.
<Note> When replacing, pay attention not to scratch or break the surrounding parts (Prism , LCD panel, etc.). As the part
of LCD panels are adjusted preciously at the factory, handle the optical block not to apply any power force on it.
We recommend that the projection lens should be mounted on the optical block while taking the replacement.
• Insert the edge of flat screw driver into the adhesive part of the polarizer and remove it bit by bit by turning the driver.
(See below figure)

Polarizer OUT(G)
Green marker (behind)
Polarizer OUT(G)
(Inorganic type)
AL evaporated side
(In-coming side)

AL evaporated side
(In-coming side)
Red marker

Polarizer OUT(R)
(Inorganic type)
AL evaporated side
(In-coming side) Blue marker (behind) Flat screw driver

Polarizer OUT(B)
(Inorganic type)

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SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

2. Cleanly remove the fragment of old adhesive tape on the optical block.
3. A
 ttach 2 adhesive tapes onto the surface of out-going side of a new polarizing plate as shown in the figure.
<Note>
• The adhesive tapes should be attached within 2.0mm from the edge. After attaching, remove the protection sheet on it.
• Pay attention not to touch the contact prohibition area.

Adhesive tape
2.0mm
Adhesive tape
Parts no. Parts name Q'ty
VUM575TEKIT Polarizer Tape 1 sheet
(This sheet includes 42 pieces of adhesive tapes)

2.0mm 2.0mm 2.0mm

Out-going side
2.0mm 2.0mm

4. Mount a new polarizer onto the correct position carefully. Place the polarizer along the mounting frame guide. (Refer to
figure below)
<Note> While mounting, Do not touch or scratch the contact prohibition area on the surface of in-coming side of polarizer.
• Insert the polarizer into the optical block from the side as shown in the figure and place it along the mounting frame guide.
• After placing, press the both of the side edges gently to fix the polarizer. Confirm that the polarizer is mounted in parallel
with the surface of panel and prism.

Mounting frame guide (groove)

Polarizer
OUTG)

Optical block

Polarizer
OUT(G)

* Mount
 the polarizers as the point marker comes top right corner
viewing from the light out-going side of the polarizer.

5. Replace remaining polarizer OUT(B) and (R) with the same procedure.

6. A
 fter completing the mounting, project the cross-hatch pattern to check that there is no miss-convergence on the screen.

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SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

3.2.4. Lens shift unit disassembly (Only for PT-VW530/VX600/VX60)

A SM2DN258R0SV-
Lens shift screw

B SBXAA257R8SAA

Stopper shaft C SM2DN203R0SV-

Stopper shaft-A

B
Lens shift screw
C

B
Washer x 4
Spring shaft x 4 B

Screws x 4
B Mounting lens
A

A
Holder lens
A

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SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

3.3. Polarizer-in removal


A SBXAA256R0SAA

1. Remove each 1 screw-A on the polarizing stopper and


remove the stopper and polarizer-in assy upward carefully.

A A
A

Polarizer-in assy

3.4. Condenser lens-out removal A


SBXAA256R0SAA
B
Condenser lens-out assy

Condenser lens-out

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SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

3.5. PBS and Integrators removal


A SM2PB258R0SV-

A
Integrator lens cover
Integrator lens shield

Integrator_lens_assy

Integrator lens-in
*Rugged surface
Prism beam
facing to the PBS
splitter(PBS)

Marker
Cutting edge Integrator lens-out
comes to this *Rugged surface Integrator
side.
Light mast PBS facing to the PBS lens-in shield

3.6. Lighting case top removal


Unhook 4 hooks to remove the lighting case top.

Lighting case top

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SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

3.7. Parts location and direction in the lighting case


When mounting or assembling the parts in the lighting case, the parts must be mounted in the speci-
fied location and direction as shown in the figure below.
Note: T he parts indicated with (*) are mounted by adhesive, therefore, they cannot be replaced
individually.

Marking comes this


side up
Mirror (B)*

Dichroic mirror B
Condenser lens (G/B)

Marking comes this Condenser lens (G/B)


side up

Dichroic mirror (G)

Relay lens(IN)
Relay lens(IN)

Mirror (R)
Mirror (R)

Coated side comes Coated side comes


reflection side reflection side

Relay lens(OUT)*

DIS-19
SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

<Cable reforming>
Reform the cables as shown in the figure below. Place the cables at the original
position after replacing the parts.

Ferrite core

K8H K9D K8D


K8I
K9A
K9G
K8G
K8000
K8R

K8L

K9B
K9E

K9C

K9F
K8E

Connector Connect to Connector Connect to


K8R(Behind) Power [P]-P.C.B K9B Intake fan2
K9G Power fan K8L Intake temp. sensor [M1]-P.C.B
K8000 Iris unit K8G Air flow sensor [M2]-P.C.B
K9C Intake fan3 K9A Intake fan1
K9E(Behind) Lamp fan K8D RC [R]-P.C.B
K9F Exhaust fan K9D Intake fan4
K8E(Behind) Exhaust temp. sensor [M3]-P.C.B K8H Lamp ballast [BQ]-P.C.B
K8I Lamp connect [C]-P.C.B

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SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

4. Cleaning of Optical Parts


4.1. Note on handling of inorganic polarizer
This projector provides high durable inorganic polarizer which has a rib shaped evaporated aluminum on the glass surface.
This surface is very delicate. If touching or wiping the surface, the polarizing function will be lost due to damage of the alu-
minium rib construction on the surface. Extreme care should be taken to handle the polarizer.

l Inorganic polarizer handling


Never grasp the surface or edges of the polarizer with bare hand. If fat and oil on your hand adheres on the edges
of polarizer, the linear bolt may appear on the glass surface due to capillarity. Grasp the edges of the glass with
new gloves or with tweezers when handling it.
l Inorganic polarizer cleaning
When removing the dust on the surface, use a commercial (inert gas) air spray or air blower to remove them.
Never use organic solvents.

l Indication of light in-coming side and out-going side


The indication of "in-coming side" and "out-going side" of the polarizer or LCD panels is shown in the figure. It indicates the
light in-coming and out-going from the lamp.

Screen side

In-coming
side

Out-going side

Lamp side

In-coming side

l Contact prohibition area of inorganic polarizer


The aluminum evaporated surface of inorganic polarizer is contact prohibition area. Prohibit touching it with bare hand, wip-
ing or contacting with the other parts.

Contact prohibition area

2.0mm

2.0mm 2.0mm 2.0mm

2.0mm 2.0mm
Aluminum evaporated surface

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SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

4.2. Cleaning the internal parts of the optical block

The optical block cannot be disassembled.


The optical block is composed of very sensitive parts. There are some parts to bring on the performance down by touching or
wiping the surface of parts. Carry out the cleaning according to the cleaning guide table below.
The optical block has been adjusted preciously at the factory. Do not apply strong force to the LCD panel or frame on the
block.

Type Wipe cleaning


Air blower
Alcohol cleaning
cleaning
Parts name Type in-coming side out-going side

LCD panel -- 4 4 4* 4*

Polarizer OUT(R) Inorganic 4 NG 4 NG

Polarizer OUT(G) Inorganic 4 NG 4 NG

Polarizer OUT(B) Inorganic 4 NG 4 NG

Optical filter (R)


Optical filter (G) -- 4 4 - 4*
Optical filter (B)

*W hen taking the wipe cleaning or alcohol cleaning, please pay special attention not to
touch the surface of inorganic polarizers. 4 Cleaning OK

Optical filter (B) Optical filter (R)


Polarizer OUT(B) Polarizer OUT(R)
(Inorganic) (Inorganic)

B-LCD Panel R-LCD Panel

Optical filter (G)


Polarizer OUT(G)
(Inorganic)

G-LCD Panel

Top view of the optical block

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SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

4.3. Cleaning of the polarizer-in


● Polarizer IN removal
Remove each1 screw (C)(M2.5x5) and pull up the polarizer IN.
<note> Do not remove the polarizer from the holder.
● Polarizer IN cleaning
When removing the dust on the surface, use a commercial (inert gas) air spray or air blower to remove them. Never use
organic solvents. Follow the cleaning guide below to cleaning up.

Type Wipe cleaning


Air blower
Alcohol cleaning
cleaning in-coming out-going
Parts name Type
side side

Polarizer IN(R) assy organic 4 4 4 4

Polarizer IN(G) assy Inorganic 4 4 NG NG

Polarizer IN(B) assy Inorganic 4 4 NG NG

4 Cleaning OK

C
Polarizer IN(G) assy
(Inorganic)
C
Polarizer IN(R) assy
(organic)
Polarizer IN(B) assy
(Inorganic)

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SECTION 3 ADJUSTMENTS

Adjustments

Model No. PT-VZ570 series


PT-VW530 series
PT-VX600 series
PT-VX60

CONTENTS
SECTION 3 ADJUSTMENTS
1. Adjustment Items and Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADJ-2
1. 1. Lighting area adjustment
1. 2. Polarizer adjustment
1. 3. Adjusted data transfer
1. 4. Serial no. setting
1. 5. Panel type setting
1. 6. Flicker adjustment
1. 7. White balance adjustment
1. 8. Model no. setting
1. 9. Clog sensor calibration
1. 10. Keystone calibration
1. 11. Electrical covergence adjustment (Only for PT-VZ570)
1. 12. Ghost feedback calibration (Only for PT-VZ570)
2. Software Update Procedure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADJ-13
2. 1. Main/network software updating
2. 2. Sub CPU Software Update

ADJ-1
Rev.-1 (2014-09)
SECTION 3 ADJUSTMENTS

1. Adjustment Items and Procedures


When the following parts are disassembled or replaced, please adjust the items according to the table below.

l Need to adjust m Need to check

Replaced Component

Adjustment Item Con- Remarks


Optical Polar- [A]-
denser
block izer P.C.B
lens

1.1. Lighting area adjustment m Adjust if there are color unevenness on the screen

1.2. Polarizer adjustment l l Adjust if there are the color shading on the screen

1.3. Adjusted data transfer l Transfer the data from old [A]-P.C.Board to new one

1.4. Serial no. setting l Not necessary if "1.3. Adjusted data transfer" is taken

1.5. Panel type setting m l Not necessary if "1.3. Adjusted data transfer" is taken

1.6. Flicker adjustment l l

1.7. White balance adjustment m m

1.8. Model no. setting l Not necessary if "1.3. Adjusted data transfer" is taken

1.9. Clog Sensor calibration l Not necessary if "1.3. Adjusted data transfer" is taken

1.10. Keystone adjustment l

1.11 Electric convergence ad-


m Not necessary if "1.3. Adjusted data transfer" is taken
justment (only for VZ570)

1.12 Panel Ghost feedback cali- Item "1.3. Adjusted data transfer" should be taken if the
l Note 1
bration (only for VZ570) A-P.C.board is replaced.

1. 1. Lighting area adjustment


1. 1. 1. Lighting area confirmation
1. After replacing the condenser lens, check if any shade is visible in the panel display area,
* Make the projection environment as dark as possible, and project the all-white pattern (internal pattern) for this check.
2. If there is vignetting on the screen, adjust the Condenser lens-out position.

Lighting area

Effective area

ADJ-2
SECTION 3 ADJUSTMENTS

1. 1. 2. Adjustment procedure
1. S
 elect the internal test pattern signal “All white”.
2. Adjust the adjustment base of condenser lens out unit.
1) If the shading appears on the left or right of the screen, loosen 1 screw A and adjust the slot B by using a slot screwdriver
(as shown in Fig.1-1).
2) If the shading appears on the top or bottom of the screen, loosen 2 screws C and adjust the slots D by using a slot screw-
driver (as shown in Fig.1-2).
3. Tighten screws A and C to fix the condenser lens out unit.

Condenser lens out

Fig.1-1 Fig.1-2

Move of slot D

Lighting area

Move of slot B

Effective area

ADJ-3
SECTION 3 ADJUSTMENTS

1. 2. Polarizer adjustment
( For PT-VX600/VW530)
1. 2. 1. Preparation
1. Set the projection distance to 1.2 m or above.
2. Set the interlock switch(K8S) (on A-P.C.Board) to the ON state, and paste the adhesive tape.
* Do not damage the interlock switch.
* Please take this adjustment in the darkest room to perform preciously.

1. 2. 2. Adjustment
This adjustment should be taken in order of G-panel, R-panel and B-panel.
1. Turn the projector on and set the screen size to be maximum with zoom function.
2. Make a fine focus and project the "All black" pattern on the screen.
3. Loosen a screw-A on the polarizer holder. (Fig.2)
4. A
 djust the slot B to obtain the darkest brightness on the screen by using a slot screwdriver.
5 Tighten the screw-A to fix the polarizer holder.
6. Take adjustment for remaining polarizers.
( For PT-VX600/VW530)

A A

A B
Fig.2

( For PT-VZ570)

A A
B
Fig.1 A B

* Disconnect FPC
cable

Fig.3

ADJ-4
SECTION 3 ADJUSTMENTS

( For PT-VZ570)
1. 2. 3. Equipment to be used
1. Computer : To set the projector into the polarizer adjuting mode.
2. Communication cable : D-sub 9pin (male/female RS-232C straight)
3. Service Software : "ServiceVZ570" Service software is downloaded from the projector service homepage.

1. 2. 4. Preparation
Projector Connection terminals
1. C
 onnect the serial terminals on the projector and the Computer
PC by using a communication cable. D-Sub 9p (Female)
2. Set the projection distance to 1.2 m or above.
3. Disconnect all of FPC cables of LCD panels.(Fig. 3)
4. S
 et the interlock switch(K8S) (on A-P.C.Board) to the
ON state, and paste the adhesive tape.
* Do not damage the interlock switch. D-Sub 9p (Male)
Communication cable (straight)
* Please take this adjustment in the darkest room to
perform preciously.

1. 2. 5. Adjustment
This adjustment should be taken in order of G-panel, R-panel and B-panel.
1. Set the projector to "Normal-Standby" mode (ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator is lighting in red).
2. Start up the software "ServiceVZ570.exe" with a PC.
3. Select language and click the [OK] button.
4. 1) Choose the available serial port number on your PC.
2) Choose a model number.
3) Click the [Adjustment] button.

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5. C
 heck [ON] and click [Set] button to enter the polarizer adjusting mode. The another confirmation window will appear. Click
[OK] to confirm.

6. Turn the projector on with LCD panel FPC cable opend.


7. Loosen a screw-A on the polarizer holder.
8. A
 djust the slot B to obtain the darkest brightness on the screen by using a slot screwdriver.
9 Tighten the screw-A to fix the polarizer holder.(Fig.3)
10. Take adjustment for remaining polarizers in step 7 to 9.
 fter completing the polarizer adjustment, turn the projector offa nd
11. A close the ServiceVZ570 tool. Once the projector is off,
the "Polarizer Adjustment Mode" is automaticallly set "OFF".
(Do not set "OFF" of `Polarizer Adjustment Mode" while the projector is on.)

ADJ-5
SECTION 3 ADJUSTMENTS

1. 3. Adjusted data transfer


1. 3. 1. Equipment to be used
1. Computer : Use it for the transfer of backup data.
2. Communication cable : D-sub 9pin (male/female RS-232C straight)
3. Service Software : "ServiceVZ570" Service software is downloaded from the projector service homepage.

1. 3. 2. Connection preparations Projector Connection terminals


Computer
1. C
 onnect the serial terminals on the projector and the D-Sub 9p (Female)
PC by using a communication cable.

1. 3. 3. Backup the data (before board re- D-Sub 9p (Male)


Communication cable (straight)
placing)
1. Set the projector to "Normal-Standby" mode (ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator is lighting in red).
2. Start up the software "ServiceVZ570.exe" with a PC.
3. Select language and click the [OK] button.
4. 1) Choose the available serial port number on your PC.
2) Choose a model number.
3) Click the [Data] button.

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5. 1) Click the [ Reception ] button of Micom data.


2) Select the save place and click the [ Save(S) ] button.
3) When the progress bar reaches the right-side end, the save of data is completion.
4) Save the Gamma data in the same procedure of 1-3.
5) Save the Uniformity data in the same procedure of 1-3.

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Data type File name
Micom Data M_Data.dat * Do not rename the data file.
Gamm Data G_Data.dat
Unifomity data E_Data.dat

ADJ-6
SECTION 3 ADJUSTMENTS

1. 3. 4. Restore the data (after board replacing)


1. Set the projector to "Normal-Standby" mode (ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator is lighting in red).
2. Start up the software "ServiceVZ570.exe" with a PC.
3. Select language and click the [OK] button.
4. 1) Choose the available serial port number on your PC.
2) Choose a model number.
3) Click the [Data] button.

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5. 1) Click the [Transmission] button of Micom data.


2) Select the saved data file and click the [ Open(O) ] button.
3) When the progress bar reaches the right-side end, the transmission of data is completion.
4) Restore the Gamma data in the same procedure of 1-3.
5) Restore the Uniformity data in the same procedure of 1-3.

6. A
 fter completing the writing, disconnect the AC code and connect it to turn on again and then check the color uniformity
and gamma characteristic of the projector.

ADJ-7
SECTION 3 ADJUSTMENTS

1. 4. Serial no. setting


1. 4. 1. Equipment to be used
1. Computer : Use it for the product serial number setting.
2. Communication cable : D-sub 9pin (male/female RS-232C straight)
3. Service Software : "ServiceVZ570" Service software is downloaded from the projector service homepage.

1. 4. 2. Connection preparations
1. C
 onnect the serial terminals on the projector and the Projector Connection terminals
PC by using a communication cable. Computer
D-Sub 9p (Female)

D-Sub 9p (Male)
1. 4. 3. Serial number writing Communication cable (straight)

1. S
 et the projector to "Normal-Standby" mode (ON(G)/
STANDBY(R) indicator is lighting in red).
2. Start up the software "ServiceVZ570.exe" with a PC.
3. Select language and click the [OK] button.
4. 1) Choose the available serial port number on your PC.
2) Choose a model number.
3) Click the [Data] button.

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5. 1) Click the [Serial number] button.


2) Input the valid serial number and click [Send] button.

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6. A
 fter completing the setting, turn the projector off and on, and check that the correct serial number is set on screen menu
"STATUS"-"SERIAL NO.".

ADJ-8
SECTION 3 ADJUSTMENTS

1. 5. Panel type setting (;75$237,21


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1. 5. 1. Preparation )$1)8//02'( 2))
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Before taking this setting, confirm the type of optical block (L-Type (08/$7(
or R-Type) according to the item "Optical block type check" in the %$8'5$7( 
section 1 "Service Information". 9(56,21 0$
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1. 5. 2. Setting procedure 6(/)&+(&.
7(673$77(51
1. Enter the service mode (EXTRA OPTION) and select [PANEL
)/,&.(5$'-867
TYPE SETTING].
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2. Change the panel type to [L] or [R] with [t] [u] buttons to match
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the optical block type which is installed on the projector.
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L: L-Type
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R: R-Type
.(<6721(&$/,%5$7,21
&/2*6(1625&$/,%5$5,21
• Refer to the item "5.2.5. Optical block type check" in section 1 for
5*%3,;(/$'-867
checking the type of the optical block.
*+267)%&$/,%5$7,21

1. 6. Flicker adjustment
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1. Enter the service mode (EXTRA OPTION) and select [FLICKER
ADJUST] and press [ENTER] button to enter the flicker adjust- )5((=(0(66$*( 21
ment mode. )$1)8//02'( 2))
2. The whole red raster pattern will displayed on the screen when 9*$3 $872
entering the adjustment mode. (08/$7(
3. Adjust the flicker to be minimum with [t] [u] buttons. %$8'5$7( 
4. C hange another adjustment pattern with [p] [q] buttons and 9(56,21 0$
repeat the step 3 above. ,13876(/(&7
Projector provide 3 adjustment patterns "Red", "Green" and "Blue". 6(/)&+(&.
5. A fter finishing the adjustment, press [MENU] button to exit the 7(673$77(51
adjustment mode. )/,&.(5$'-867
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3$1(/7<3(6(77,1* /
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*+267)%&$/,%5$7,21

ADJ-9
SECTION 3 ADJUSTMENTS

1. 7. White balance adjustment (;75$237,21


)5((=(0(66$*( 21
1. Input the gray scale gradation pattern. )$1)8//02'( 2))
2. Enter the service mode (EXTRA OPTION) and select [WHITE 9*$3 $872
BALANCE ADJUST] and press [ENTER] button to enter the white (08/$7(
balance adjustment mode. %$8'5$7( 
3. Select the adjustment item with [p] [q] buttons. 9(56,21 0$
 djust the white balance of halftone image on the screen with [t]
4. A ,13876(/(&7
[u] buttons. 6(/)&+(&.
5. A
 fter finishing the adjustment, press [MENU] button to exit the 7(673$77(51
adjustment mode. )/,&.(5$'-867
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<Note> 3$1(/7<3(6(77,1* /
The projector can store the white balance level for each picture ,1387$872&$/,%5$7,21
mode as shown below. Adjust the white balance for each mode :+,7(%$/$1&($'-867
properly. .(<6721(&$/,%5$7,21
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Input Mode
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Computer Dynamic Standard Natural
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Video Dynamic Standard Cinema
-- Black board White board

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5(' 
%/8( 

1. 8. Model no. setting


1. Enter the service mode (EXTRA OPTION) and select [MODEL
NO SETTING] and press [ENTER] button to enter the model no.
setting mode.
2. Select the model no. of the projector with [p] [q] buttons and
press [ENTER] button.
3. A fter finishing the setting, press [MENU] button to exit the setting
mode. (;75$237,21
)5((=(0(66$*( 21
)$1)8//02'( 2))
02'(/126(77,1* 9*$3 $872
&%=& (08/$7(
79=7 %$8'5$7( 
*9=1 9(56,21 0$
'9=' ,13876(/(&7
6(/)&+(&.
02'(/126(77,1*
7(673$77(51
&%:& )/,&.(5$'-867
79:7 02'(/126(77,1*
*9: 3$1(/7<3(6(77,1* /
'9:' ,1387$872&$/,%5$7,21
:+,7(%$/$1&($'-867
02'(/126(77,1*
.(<6721(&$/,%5$7,21
&%;& &/2*6(1625&$/,%5$5,21
&%;& 5*%3,;(/$'-867
&%;& *+267)%&$/,%5$7,21
79;7
($9;
*9;
'9;'

ADJ-10
SECTION 3 ADJUSTMENTS

1. 9. Clog sensor calibration (;75$237,21


)5((=(0(66$*( 21
1. 9. 1. Preparation )$1)8//02'( 2))
9*$3 $872
This is to calibrate the clog sensor circuit. (08/$7(
• This calibration should be done in the condition that the projector is %$8'5$7( 
completely assembled and place on the floor and the adjuster legs 9(56,21 0$
are set in the cabinet bottom. ,13876(/(&7
• Replace the air filter with new one before starting calibration. 6(/)&+(&.
• The work should be done at the location where there are no heat 7(673$77(51
apparatus and the ventilation opening of the air-conditioner and the )/,&.(5$'-867
object to block the exhaust air. 02'(/126(77,1*
3$1(/7<3(6(77,1* /
1. 9. 2. Adjustment procedure ,1387$872&$/,%5$7,21
:+,7(%$/$1&($'-867
1. Enter the service mode (EXTRA OPTION) and select [CLOG
.(<6721(&$/,%5$7,21
SENSOR CALIBRATION].
&/2*6(1625&$/,%5$5,21
2. Select the altitude range of your work place to with [t] [u] but-
5*%3,;(/$'-867
tons and press [ENTER] button to enter the adjustment mode.
*+267)%&$/,%5$7,21
3. Select [OK] and press [ENTER] button to start the calibration.
During the calibration, the projector displays white raster.
4. A fter apporox. 15 minutes, the calibration is complete and the
white screen switches to normal screen.
&/2*6(1625&$/,%5$7,21

• Do not turn off the projector during the calibration.


2. &$1&(/

1. 10. Keystone calibration


1. 10. 1. Preparation (;75$237,21
This is to calibrate the keystone correction circuit. )5((=(0(66$*( 21
• This calibration should be done in the condition that the projector is )$1)8//02'( 2))
completely assembled and place on the flat floor and the adjuster 9*$3 $872
legs are set in the cabinet bottom. (08/$7(
%$8'5$7( 
1. 10. 2. Adjustment procedure 9(56,21 0$
,13876(/(&7
1. Enter the service mode (EXTRA OPTION) and select [KEY-
6(/)&+(&.
STONE CALIBRATION].
7(673$77(51
2. Press [ENTER] button to start the calibration.
)/,&.(5$'-867
3. W hen calibration is complete, the message will appear on the
02'(/126(77,1*
screen.
3$1(/7<3(6(77,1* /
4. P ress [MENU] button to exit the adjustment mode.
,1387$872&$/,%5$7,21
:+,7(%$/$1&($'-867
.(<6721(&$/,%5$7,21
&/2*6(1625&$/,%5$5,21
5*%3,;(/$'-867
*+267)%&$/,%5$7,21

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ADJ-11
SECTION 3 ADJUSTMENTS

1. 11. Electrical covergence adjustment (Only (;75$237,21

for PT-VZ570) )5((=(0(66$*(


)$1)8//02'(
21
2))
This is a function to correct a convergence by a pixel unit every 9*$3 $872
R/G/B ingredient. (08/$7(
Each pixel can be shifted in 1 dot and 2 dots maximum from right to %$8'5$7( 
left and up and down. 9(56,21 0$
,13876(/(&7
1. Project cross-hatch pattern, confirm a position gap of R/G/B. 6(/)&+(&.
2. Enter the service mode (EXTRA OPTION) and select [RGB 7(673$77(51
PIXEL ADJUST] and press [ENTER] button to enter the conver- )/,&.(5$'-867
gence adjustment mode. 02'(/126(77,1*
3$1(/7<3(6(77,1* /
,1387$872&$/,%5$7,21
:+,7(%$/$1&($'-867
.(<6721(&$/,%5$7,21
&/2*6(1625&$/,%5$5,21
5*%3,;(/$'-867
*+267)%&$/,%5$7,21

5*%3,;(/$'-867
5('+6+,)7 
 elect the item of color and direction with [p] [q] button, and
3. S
*5((1+6+,)7 
press [t] [u] button to correct the convergence.
%/8(+6+,)7 
4. A
 fter finishing the adjustment, press [MENU] button to exit the
5('96+,)7 
adjustment mode. The setting value will stored this time.
*5((196,)7 
%/8(96+,)7 

1. 12. Ghost feedback calibration (Only for PT- (;75$237,21

VZ570) )5((=(0(66$*( 21
)$1)8//02'( 2))
This ghost feedback (GCFB) function operates to control the ghost 9*$3 $872
to be the best position constantly by detecting the aging fluctuation (08/$7(
of GCFB pulse generated from LCD panels. Projector reads out the %$8'5$7( 
pulse status at the production and meomorizes it as initial value. 9(56,21 0$
* This calibration should be done when the optical block is replaced. ,13876(/(&7
When the A-P.C board is replaced, the item "1.3. Adjsuted data 6(/)&+(&.
transfer" should be done to get its initial value. 7(673$77(51
)/,&.(5$'-867
1. Enter the service mode (EXTRA OPTION) and select [GHOST FB 02'(/126(77,1*
CALIBRATION]. 3$1(/7<3(6(77,1* /
2. Press [ENTER] button to start the calibration. ,1387$872&$/,%5$7,21
3. W hen calibration is complete, the message will appear on the :+,7(%$/$1&($'-867
screen. .(<6721(&$/,%5$7,21
4. P ress [MENU] button to exit the adjustment mode. &/2*6(1625&$/,%5$5,21
5*%3,;(/$'-867
*+267)%&$/,%5$7,21

2.
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ADJ-12
SECTION 3 ADJUSTMENTS

2. Software Update Procedure


* The projector supports software updating methods below:
• Updating the software via LAN terminal: Main/Network/DIGITAL LINK software

2. 1. Main/network software updating


2. 1. 1. Equipment to be used Computer
1. Computer : Use it for the transfer of software.
2. Communication cable : LAN cable. (When connecting Projector
directly, use a cross cable)
3. Service Software : [Main/Sub/Network/Formatter Update
Tool.exe] Service software can be downloaded from the
projector service homepage.
4. M
 icroprocessor software: Please download the file from the
projector service homepage to your PC.

2. 1. 2. Connection preparations LAN cable (straight) LAN cable (straight)


1. C
 onfirm the network IP address of the projector and take a
note. Hub
2. Set the IP address of computer to the same IP address group of the projector.
Note:
Set up your computer not to turn in the standby or shutdown during the software updating.

2. 1. 3. Update procedure
1. Set the projector to "Normal-Standby" mode (ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator is lighting in red).
2. Start up service software with a computer, select Model, and then click the [OK] button.

3. S
 elect "LAN" in "Connection" and input the IP address of the projector,
and click [Connection Check] button.

ADJ-13
SECTION 3 ADJUSTMENTS
4. A result of the connection confirmation is displayed.

"Check: OK" -> Click the [OK] button and step to the next.
"Check: NG" -> Check the setting in step 3

5. Click the [load] button which you want to update the software.

* Sub CPU software can-


not be updated by this tool.
Refer to "2.2. Sub CPU
software update" section.

6. Select the new software, and click [Open] button.

7. After getting the software, a checkmark and path name to the software and a version will be displayed on the window.
Click the [Update] button to start updating of the software.
* If you do not want to update the software, uncheck the software.

ADJ-14
SECTION 3 ADJUSTMENTS
8. Click [OK] button to start updating if the software version is right.

9. D
 uring updating, the message "Now updating....." appears and all the LED are blinking. After finishing updating, the mes-
sage "Waiting for Projector beboot..." apperas and the projector sets into standby mode. (The LED stops blinking.)

Never disconnect the AC


cord during updating.

10. W
 hen the tool detects that the projector has rebooted, the conformation window will appear. Click the [OK] button to close
the window.

* If the version of the software is the


same, its updating will be skipped.

11 Click the [EXIT] button to quit the application

* Turn the projector on and display the [EXTRA OPTION] menu. Confirm that the version of the Main CPU software is updat-
ed correctly on the [SELF CHECK] item.

ADJ-15
SECTION 3 ADJUSTMENTS

2. 2. Sub CPU Software Update


2. 2. 1. Required equipment
1. PC : Use for software transfer
2. Communication cable : D-sub 9pin (male/female RS-232C straight)
3. S
 oftware&data : Software for sub CPU software&
firmware data Projector Connection terminals
(Download from the projector service homepage.) Computer
D-Sub 9p (Female)

2. 2. 2. Preparation
1. E
 xtract the software and data package to your favorite
directory on your computer.
2. With user menu, setup the standby mode to "ECO" and D-Sub 9p (Male)
Communication cable (straight)
the emulate mode to "VX500", and set the projector
into the standby.
3. Connect the serial terminal of projector and PC with an RS-232C cable.

2.2.3. Update procedure


1. Start up the writing tool [SubCpuFlashup.exe].

2. Click [Choose...] and choose the setting file [VZ570_standby_micon_v1.00.mhx] in the extracted folder and then click
[Open].

3. Click [Write] to start writing of firmware.

<note>: Do not turn the projector off or disconnect the serial cable during the writing.

4. A
 fter completing writing, the another confirmation window will appear. Click [OK] to quit the
writing tool.

* Turn the projector on and display the [EXTRA OPTION] menu. Confirm that the version of the
sub CPU software is updated correctly on the [SELF CHECK] item.

ADJ-16
SECTION 4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

Important Safety Notice

Schematic Diagram Components identified by the international symbol have special characteristics important for safety.
When replacing any of these components, use only the manufacturer's specified ones.

Model No. PT-VZ570 series ■ Notes


PT-VW530 series 1. Resistor
PT-VX600 series All the resistors are carbon 1/4W resistors, unless marked as follows.
PT-VX60 The unit of resistance is an OHM [Ω] (K=1 000 M=1 000000).
: Nonflammable : Metal Oxide
: Solid : Metal Film
: Wire Wound : Fuse

CONTENTS
2. Capacitor
: Temperature Compensation : Electrolytic
: Polyester : Bipolar
: Metallized Polyester : Dipped Tantalum
SECTION 4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM : Polypropylene : Z-Type
1. Block Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DIA-2 3. Coil
1.1. Power Supply Block Diagram The unit of inductance is a H, unless otherwise noted.
1.2. Signal Processing Block Diagram 4. Test Point
1.3. System Control Block Diagram : Test Point
2. Interconnection Block Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DIA-6 5. HOT and COLD indications
3. Schematic Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DIA-7 The power circuit board contains a circuit area using a separate power supply to isolate the ground connection.
3.1. A-P.C. Board (1/2) The circuit is defined by HOT and COLD indications in the schematic diagram. Take the precautions below:
3.2. A-P.C. Board (2/2) 6. This schematic diagram is the latest at the time of printing and the subject to change without notice.
3.3. A-P.C. Board
3.4. J-P.C. Board
■ Precautions
3.5. C-P.C. Board
3.6. F-P.C. Board 1. NEVER touch the HOT part or the HOT and COLD parts at the same time, or you may get an electric shock.
3.7. L-P.C. Board 2. NEVER short-circuit the HOT and COLD circuits, or the fuse may blow and the parts may break.
3.8. M1-P.C. Board 3. NEVER connect an instrument such oscilloscope to the HOT and COLD circuit simultaneously, or the fuse may blow.
3.9. M2-P.C. Board Connect the ground of instruments to the ground of the circuit being measured.
3.10. M3-P.C. Board 4. MAKE SURE to unplug the power cord from the power outlet before removing the chassis.
3.11. RC-P.C. Board 5. Be sure to make your orders of replacement parts according to parts list section.
3.12. P-P.C. Board
4. Circuit Boards Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DIA-12
4.1. A-P.C. Board <A side>
4.2. P-P.C. Board
4.3. C-P.C. Board
4.4. L-P.C. Board
4.5. R-P.C. Board
4.6. F-P.C. Board
4.7. J-P.C. Board
4.8. M1-P.C. Board
4.9. M2-P.C. Board
4.10. M3-P.C. Board

DIA-1
SECTION 4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

1. Block Diagram
1.1. Power Supply Block Diagram

AC LINE FILTER
! P03
POWER CORD ! THERMAL FUSE ! L602 DB611 T611 ! 15
! F601 P01 !
E !
P12 14
! RECTIFIER SWITCHING 13 6VSTB
TRANSFORMER 12
IC611
P11 ! L601 11 S16.5V
CONTROL
IC 10
AC ON/OFF
K-P.C.B 9

6 S6V
5
IC621
F PFC 4
PFC CONTROL MOD FET T621 !
Q611, Q612 Q613 3
IC622 S-7V
2
LLC LAMP-DC-ON
CONTROL
SWITCHING 1
POWER_SW
IC TRANSFORMER

Q614

PC601
D
!

P-P.C.BOARD HOT COLD


380V
1 2 3 P02

CN1
C LAMP
!

! LAMP CN3
BALLAST

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
DIA-2
SECTION 4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

1.2. Signal Processing Block Diagram


For PT-VZ570

K9A ①

K9B ②
Ether IC8506
dual-purpose ③

C15 K9D ④
IC401 C16
D1 ⑤
FPGA 5

E
D1
6 ⑥
SUB CPU G1
IC9885
K9G ⑦
3-Wire
J1 K1

4-Wire A9
J2 K2 B9
P2 L2 A10
B10
A11
B11
4-Wire
4-Wire A12
T7 T6
3-Wire T13 T12 T5 T4
T11 T10

HDMI-1
IC8001 PowerKey

F
HDMI-1

HDMI-2
HDMI-2

IC1051

M24C02
E12\D11\B12
3-Wire
RGB1
4-Wire G6/J2/J3/L5 IC521

4-Wire

IC4001

EL5308

RGB2 PW_DB[9:0]

IC1052 Panel Drive

D M24C02
IC301
PW_DG[9:0] Timing generator
Gamma regulate
IC561

Risize with CPU color corection


IC1301 and Video Decorder PW_DR[9:0] CXD3553GB
IC2301
IC510

IC303

IC2302
IC531

X301 DLV Sensor


IC3803,IC3804 D6837 X2302
X501 X502
IC2303 IC2307
33.3MHz 25.0MHz

M14D5121632A
atmospheric Acceleration
pressure IC8310 Sensor IC3850
Sensor

C IC3802,IC3807

D/A CONVERTER
PCM1754DBQR
IC8301

IC8400
UPC358
DETECTAMP

SERIAL_TxD
SW_STBY_PWR

BUF_RxD
PWR6V

SP3232ECY
S-7V

RS-232C

OUTSIDE TEMP LAMP TEMP FILTER TEMP

Video

HDMI Audio L/R

Audio IN1
Analog SW IC5002

IC5001
Head phone
Audio IN2 AMP

Audio IN3
A
TLV320AIC3105
IC5003
Audio

Speaker AMP

IC001

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
DIA-3
SECTION 4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

For PT-VW535N/VX605N

K9A ①

K9B ②
Ether IC8506
dual-purpose ③

C15 K9D ④
IC401 C16
D1 ⑤
FPGA 5

E SUB CPU
D1
6
G1

IC9885
K9G ⑦
3-Wire
J1 K1

4-Wire A9
J2 K2 B9
P2 L2 A10
B10
A11
B11
A12
3-Wire

HDMI-1
IC8001 PowerKey

F
HDMI-1

HDMI-2
HDMI-2

IC1051

M24C02
E12\D11\B12
3-Wire
RGB1
4-Wire G6/J2/J3/L5

IC4001

EL5308

RGB2

IC1052 Panel Drive

D
M24C02 Timing generator IC561
IC301 Gamma regulate CXA3828GL
Risize with CPU color corection
IC1301 and Video Decorder CXD3551GG

IC501

IC303

X301 DLV Sensor


IC3803,IC3804 D6837
X401
33.868MHz

atmospheric Acceleration
pressure IC8310 Sensor IC3850
Sensor

C IC3802,IC3807

D/A CONVERTER
PCM1754DBQR
IC8301

IC8400
UPC358
DETECTAMP

SERIAL_TxD
SW_STBY_PWR

BUF_RxD
PWR6V

SP3232ECY
S-7V

RS-232C

OUTSIDE TEMP LAMP TEMP FILTER TEMP

Video

HDMI Audio L/R

Audio IN1
Analog SW IC5002

IC5001
Head phone
Audio IN2 AMP

Audio IN3 TLV320AIC3105

A
IC5003
Audio

Speaker AMP

IC001

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
DIA-4
SECTION 4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

1.3. System Control Block Diagram

IR

D8
H1 LAMP_DC_ON S16.5V
IC1391 IIC E4,C1

E EEPROM SDA0/SCL1
POWER S6V
256Mbi 5 SW_STBY_PWR
A22,E19,B22 9,10,11 S-7V
IC303 SPI
LAN SOCKET MX25L256 3-WIRE
FLASH ROM A15,B15,A14, 16 PIC_TEMP_LED
B14,C14,E13 21 380V
PIC_POWER_LED
IC9885 22
FOR N -SERIES MODE PIC_LAMP_LED
MB95F656EPFT 12
PIC_READY_LED
SUBCPU 15
POWER_KEY
A11,B11 IIC(SDA6/SCL6) A13,D12
IC8201 SW_DLY_PWR
WIRE LESS VS100RX-A0
-
MODULE B20,C20 PDIF4_RX/TX
HDBase
13 LAMP_SCI LAMP
USB
F IC305 SW: H
19,20
UART
USB IC8501 A16,A17 UART IIC C5,A4
IC8507 UART SUB & Ballast BALLAST
30,31 W6,Y6 SMP8675A00-CBE3
USB2513B (TXD/RXD_MCI) EXPAN (SDA2/SCL2) PWC878 & RS232 POR
LAN CPU
USB HUB USB_DP0/DM0 D
SW: L
3,4 6,7 SUB & RS232 PORTSW UART (CHO_RXD/TXD)
W9,Y9 USB(PWUSB_DM1/DP1) A17,B17
IC3802/3803/3804
UART SW FN901 13V
USB-A USB-B
D13,C13 UART
UART
D20 RS232C IN FN902 13V
POW_KEY

RS232C PORT
AB10 FN903 13V
KEY1 IC301
D V10
PWC878
FAN_PWMA/B/C/D/E/F/G FN904 13V
KEY2 SCALE C15
C16
D15
W11 D16 FN905 12V
M1 B12,D11,E12 3-WIRE G15
OUTSIDE SENSOR G16
J15
AB11 FN906 12V
M2 A9 SPEED_A/B/C/D/E/F/G
FILTER SENSOR B9
A10
V11 B10 FN907 12V
M3 A11 12V 13V
LAMP SENSOR B11
A12
IC7831 IC7811
FAN_SW2
SW_3.3VHDMI DC/DC DC/DC

C SW_FPGA
U19 IC401 FAN_SW1

M3 T7,T6,T5,T4 4-WIRE AP11,AN11,AN12,AN13 IC531


SW_1.8VGA CXA3832GL PANEL

IRIS_EN
K3 FPGA A3,B4 PANEL DRIVE

M5
MIC_OFF
K5 4-WIRE
IRIS_STB IC2301 IC510 IC561
T10,T11,T12,T13
IP00C786 CXD3553GB CXA3832GL PANEL
B16,B13,A14,E12 IWARP GAMMA PANEL DRIVE
IC5001
AC3105 IIC V21,W22 A3,B4
CHANEL SELECT
AUDIO/ MIC (SDA3/SCL3) AN14,AP14 F14 F19
PRE-AMP R11 IC521
SW_WR1.8V CXA3832GL PANEL
R12 IIC PANEL DRIVE
IIC SW_WR1.2V
B
C5,A4 P8,P9
IC8001 IIC G2,H2 R13 GAMA_SDA/SCL A3,B4
ADV3002 SCL2/SDA2 SW_WR3.3V
HDMI SW 3:1 (SDA1/SCL1)
SW_5VIRIS
SW_3.3VIRIS AX_PNL_PWR_EN IC529 15.5V
REGULATOR
TTL
IC528 12V
IIC REGULATOR
IC512
SCL2/SDA2 IIC SW IC522 10V(PANEL DRIVE)
REGULATOR

SW_1.8VGA sw IC533 10V(PANEL DRIVE)


REGULATOR
AX_SHD_PWR_EN
IC562 10V(PANEL DRIVE)
REGULATOR

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
DIA-5
SECTION 4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

2. Interconnection Block Diagram


KA1
K50A

10

12

14

16

18

10

12

14

16

18

TOP
11

12

13

14

15
L

30

29

28

27

26

25

24

23

22

21

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

10

1
JK4002 L
1

10
6

9
K2HA204B0184

9
RGB1-IN J1

11

13

15

17

19

11

13

15

17

19
AV2-8.4-102KB R-SW
VIDEO

8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
K1KA30AA0009 2
VS-1.000-X(LF,SN) R

Lamp Memory Connecting


R
K1KY06AA0941
IMSA-9851S-06Y905 K87C
K87B
L1
K8I
HDMI1 IN K8002 HDMI2 IN K8001
K1FY119E0042
LAN K8801
G4BYB0000009
3 G
AUDIO_IN
K1KA04B00273

11

12

13

14

15
1
SM04B-GHS-TB(LF)(SN) 1 RGB-OUT K1FY119E0042
A111989-B-15-T
A111989-B-15-T TC-44192-00S151 4

10
6

9
1 1
K1KA0400273
RGB2-IN 5

5
2 2 SM04B-GHS-TB(LF)(SN)
K1KY06AA0930
2 2

LAMP ID 3
3
IMSA-9851B-06Y905

C-P.C.B 3
3
K10A
6
K30A

15.25VPNL

15.25VPNL
VSIG_R12
VSIG_R11
VSIG_R10
K1ZZ00001589 7
PC

VCOM_R

VCOM_R
VSIG_R9
VSIG_R8
VSIG_R7
VSIG_R6
VSIG_R5
VSIG_R4
VSIG_R3
VSIG_R2
VSIG_R1

PSIG_R
4

XSCAN
4 HDR-30M-2AB

SCAN

HCK2
HCK1
DCK1
DCK2
DCK4
DCK3
DWN
4 4

GND
GND

GND
GND

GND
GND
GND
PCG

VCK
ENB
CLR

HST
VST

NC
8 K2HC103B0093
5
5
5
5
K5R
K1MY40B00007
K2HC107B0005
AUDIO2_IN

SIDE

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

30

32

34

36

38

40
2

8
9
6
6
MIC IC

11

13

15

17

19

21

23

25

27

29

31

33

35

37

39
1

9
6 6
TERM 10

11

12

13

K30B

15.5V_PNL

15.5V_PNL

15.5V_PNL

15.5V_PNL
VSIG_R10
VSIG_R11
VSIG_R12
VSIG_R13
VSIG_R14
VSIG_R15
VSIG_R16
VSIG_R17
VSIG_R18
VSIG_R19
VSIG_R20
VSIG_R21
VSIG_R22
VSIG_R23
VSIG_R24
VSIG_R25
VSIG_R26
VSIG_R27
VSIG_R28
VSIG_R29
VSIG_R30
VSIG_R31
VSIG_R32
VSIG_R33
VSIG_R34
VSIG_R35
VSIG_R36
VSIG_R37
VSIG_R38
VSIG_R39
VSIG_R40
VSIG_R41
VSIG_R42
VSIG_R43
VSIG_R44
VSIG_R45
VSIG_R46
VSIG_R47
VSIG_R48
K5R

PNA_3.3V
PAN-3.3V
PAN+12V

PAN+12V
K2HC103B0093

VCOM_R
VSIG_R1
VSIG_R2
VSIG_R3
VSIG_R4
VSIG_R5
VSIG_R6
VSIG_R7
VSIG_R8
VSIG_R9
14

GCFB_R
DCK3_R
DCK4_R
DCK2_R
DCK1_R
HCK1_R
HCK2_R
VCOMR

VCS_R

VCK_R
HST_R

VST_R
PSIGR

PSIGR
OEFID
K1MY92BA0482

VCSR

SCAN
DWN
GND

GND

GND
GND

GND

GND
PCG
ENB

CLR

POI
FF22E-092B-R13A-S K2HC107B0005

NC

NC

NC
NC
NC
NC

NC
15
K1KA30B00078 PC
E

SIDE

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

30

32

34

36

38

40

42

44

46

48

50

52

54

56

58

60

62

64

66

68

70

72

74

76

78

80

82

84

86

88

90

92
2

8
16 SM30B-SHLDS-G-TF(LF)(SN)
AUDIO1_IN

11

13

15

17

19

21

23

25

27

29

31

33

35

37

39

41

43

45

47

49

51

53

55

57

59

61

63

65

67

69

71

73

75

77

79

81

83

85

87

89

91
1

9
K5G TERM 17

K1MY92BA0482
FF22E-092B-R13A-S 18
SIDE

19
PSIGG
1
NC 20
2
GND
3
VCOMG 21
4
PAN+12V K2HC103B0093
5
GND 22
6
PAN-3.3V K2HC107B0005
7
VCSG
15.5V_PNL
8
9
23
K30C
VSIG_G1 24
10
VSIG_G2
VSIG_G3 12
11
25
AUDIO_OUT
VSIG_G4
13
VSIG_G5
VSIG_G6
14
15
26

27
J-P.C.B

TERM
VSIG_G7 16
VSIG_G8
17
VSIG_G9 28
VCOM_G 40 18
39 VSIG_G10
PSIG_G 19
VSIG_G11 29
NC 38 20
37 VSIG_G12 1
VSIG_G1 21
VSIG_G13 30
22

F
36
VSIG_G2 6
35 VSIG_G14 23 TOP

K20A
VSIG_G3
34 VSIG_G15 24 K1FY109B0032 2
VSIG_G4
33 VSIG_G16 25 7
VSIG_G5 DR-9M-2F
32 VSIG_G17 26 RS232 PORT
VSIG_G6 3
VSIG_G18
R-LCD PANEL
31
VSIG_G7 27
VSIG_G8
VSIG_B9
30
29
VSIG_G19
VSIG_G20
28
29 J2 4
8
RS232 PORT
VSIG_B10 28 VSIG_G21 30
9

A-P.C.B VSIG_B11 27 VSIG_G22 31


VSIG_B12 26 VSIG_G23 32 1 5
15.25VPNL 25 VSIG_G24 33
DCK3 24 VSIG_G25 34 2
DCK4 23 VSIG_G26 35
DCK2 22 VSIG_G27 36 Speaker 3
DCK1 21 VSIG_G28 37
HCK1 20 VSIG_G29 38

G-LCD PANEL
HCK2 19 VSIG_G30 39
HST 18 VSIG_G31 40
NC 17 VSIG_G32 41
NC 16 VSIG_G33 42
NC 15 VSIG_G34 43
ENB 14 VSIG_G35 44
VCK 13 VSIG_G36 45
VST 12 VSIG_G37 46
K1KA15AA0517 P03 K8R K1KY15B00006
VSIG_G38
THERMAL FUSE 47
DWN 11
B15B-PASK(LF)(SN) 10 VSIG_G39 48
CLR
1 1 POWER_SW 9 VSIG_G40 49
POWER_SW PCG
NC 8 VSIG_G41 50
LAMP_DC_ON 2 2 LAMP_DC_ON VSIG_G42 51

D
7
NC
6 VSIG_G43 52
S-7V 3 3 S-7V SCAN
VSIG_G44
XSCAN
5 53
4 VSIG_G45 54
NC
4 4 VSIG_G46

POWER 55
3
GND GND VCOM_B
2 VSIG_G47 56
NC
GND 5 5 GND 1 VSIG_G48 57
NC
15.5V_PNL 58
1
2

6 6 NC 59
S6V S6V
SIDE
DCK3_G 60
7 7 DCK4_G 61
S6V

K1MY40B00007
S6V
DCK2_G 62

K5G
8 8 DCK1_G 63
GND GND
HCK1_G 64

P-P.C.B GND
9 9
GND HCK2_G
HST_G 66
65

AC OFF
10 10 AC OFF GND
GND 68
67
B-LCD PANEL
K-P.C.B S16.5V 11

12
11

12
S16.5V

S16.5V
15.5V_PNL
VCS_G
PNA_3.3V
70
69

S16.5V 71
GND 72
K601 13 13 ENB 73
STB6V STB6V
K2AHYB000004 VCK_G 74
AC Inlet 14 14
STB6V VST_G 75
STB6V 76
1 DWN
15 15 GND CLR
1

77
LIVE

GND
PCG 78
1
SCAN
GND

79
2 OEFID 80

C
NEUTRAL

POI
3

81
2 GCFB_G 82
P12
P01 NC 83
NC 84
NC 85
NC 86
15.5V_PNL 87

INTERLOCK SW RC REVIVER PAN+12V


VCOM_G
88
89
GND 90

VOUT
NC 91
WUXGA

TERM
PSIGG 92

GND
TERM
B1001
SW1001 VCC BCR20V4

SIDE

11

13

15

17

19

21

23

25

27

29

31

33

35

37

39

41

43

45

47

49

51

53

55

57

59

61

63

65

67

69

71

73

75

77

79

81

83

85

87

89

91
1

9
K0L1CA000005
P02 RM1001 BATTERY:CR2032

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

30

32

34

36

38

40

42

44

46

48

50

52

54

56

58

60

62

64

66

68

70

72

74

76

78

80

82

84

86

88

90

92
1

8
SPVT110102
B3RAD0000126 K5B

15.5V_PNL

15.5V_PNL

15.5V_PNL

15.5V_PNL
VSIG_B10
VSIG_B11
VSIG_B12
VSIG_B13
VSIG_B14
VSIG_B15
VSIG_B16
VSIG_B17
VSIG_B18
VSIG_B19
VSIG_B20
VSIG_B21
VSIG_B22
VSIG_B23
VSIG_B24
VSIG_B25
VSIG_B26
VSIG_B27
VSIG_B28
VSIG_B29
VSIG_B30
VSIG_B31
VSIG_B32
VSIG_B33
VSIG_B34
VSIG_B35
VSIG_B36
VSIG_B37
VSIG_B38
VSIG_B39
VSIG_B40
VSIG_B41