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15” TFT LCD COLOUR MONITOR

CPT Panel

MODEL : 15L5082Q/16C (w/o audio) 15L5082Q/62C (w/o audio) 15L5082Q/42C (w audio) 15L5082Q/43C (w audio, 150BX, bezel/base(Siliver
MODEL : 15L5082Q/16C (w/o audio)
15L5082Q/62C (w/o audio)
15L5082Q/42C (w audio)
15L5082Q/43C (w audio, 150BX,
bezel/base(Siliver green))
15L5082Q/44C (w audio,150BX, bezel/base(Aqua))

Service

Service

Service

15” TFT LCD COLOUR MONITOR MODEL : 15L5082Q/16C (w/o audio) 15L5082Q/62C (w/o audio) 15L5082Q/42C (w audio)

DDC/Audio/Power saving

15” TFT LCD COLOUR MONITOR MODEL : 15L5082Q/16C (w/o audio) 15L5082Q/62C (w/o audio) 15L5082Q/42C (w audio)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Horizontal frequencies 30 - 61 KHz

Description

Page

Description

Page

Important Safety Notice --------------------------------2

Starting Clock & Phase Adjustments -------------3

Clock & Phase Adjustments -------------------------4

Technical data & Power management ---------------5

Control locations & Functions --------------------6~ 8

OSD tree structure --------------------------------------9

Factory mode, Lock/Unlock & Warning signal ----10

OSD Warning Signals---------------------------------- 11

DDC Instructions-----------------------------------12~16

DDC Data (CPT PANEL)------------------------------17

Mechanical Instructions--------------------------18~21

Wiring Diagram------------------------------------------22

Block Diagram-------------------------------------------23 Video in and PWR in and CPU circuit

Schematic Diagram

-------------------------------------24

TDA8752ADC & AC Adapter--------------------------25

Scaling (GMZ2) & DC to DC Converter-------------26

Wires, Control/Rotary, Power control &

Earphone Schematic Diagram-----------------

------27

Power Panel, Control/Rotary, Power Switch

& Earphone C.B.A.-------------------------------------28

Main Panel C.B.A.--------------------------------------29

Electrical Instructions (inspections) -----------30~36

Repair Tips-----------------------------------------------37

Exploded View-------------------------------------------38

Recommanded Parts List------------------------------39 Spare Parts List-------------------------------------40~44

General Product Specification-------------------45~63

SAFETY NOTICE

ANY PERSON ATTEMPTING TO SERVICE THIS CHASSIS MUST FAMILIARIZE HIMSELF WITH THE CHASSIS AND BE AWARE OF THE NECESSARY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO BE USED WHEN SERVICING ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT CONTAINING HIGH VOLTAGES.

CAUTION: USE A SEPARATE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER FOR THIS UNIT WHEN SERVICING.

REFER TO BACK COVER FOR IMPORTANT SAFETY GUIDELINES

Published by BU Monitors

Printed in Taiwan

©

Copyright reserved

Subject to modification

March 6, 2000

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15” TFT LCD COLOUR MONITOR MODEL : 15L5082Q/16C (w/o audio) 15L5082Q/62C (w/o audio) 15L5082Q/42C (w audio)
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IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE

Proper service and repair is important to the safe, reliable operation of all Philips Consumer Electronics Company** Equipment. The service procedures recommended by Philips and described in this service manual are effective methods of performing service operations. Some of these service operations require the use of tools specially designed for the purpose. The special tools should be used when and as recommended.

It is important to note that this manual contains various CAUTIONS and NOTICES which should be carefully read in order to minimize the risk of personal injury to service personnel. The possibility exists that improper service methods may damage the equipment. It also is important to understand that these CAUTIONS and NOTICES ARE NOT EXHAUSTIVE. Philips could not possibly know, evaluate and advise the service trade of all conceivable ways in which service might be done or of the possible hazardous consequences of each way. Consequently, Philips has not undertaken any such broad evaluation. Accordingly, a servicer who uses a service procedure or tool which is not recommended by Philips must first satisfy himself thoroughly that neither his safety nor the safe operation of the equipment will be jeopardized by the service method selected.

* * Hereafter throughout this manual, Philips Consumer Electronics Company will be referred to as Philips.

WARNING

Use of substitute replacement parts which do not have the same specified safety characteristics may create shock, fire, or other hazards.

Under no circumstances should the original design be modified or altered without written permission from Philips. Philips assumes no liability, express or implied, arising out of any unauthorized modification of design. Servicer assumes all liability.

TO ENSURE THE CONTINUED RELIABILITY OF THIS PRODUCT,USE ONLY ORIGINAL MANUFACTURER'S REPLACEMENT PARTS,WHICH ARE LISTED WITH THEIR PART NUMBERS IN THE PARTS LIST SECTION OF THIS SERVICE MANUAL.

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STARTING CLOCK & PHASE Adjustments

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Due to different video signal input from the video card of PC, it is necessary to adjust the

CLOCK and

PHASE

phenomenon for the optimal video display of LCD monitor. To start

CLOCK and PHASE

Adjustment, simply follow these steps :

Step 1 : Click on the Start button (Win95,Win98 or

Win NT and move your mouse pointer to highlight the

word " Shut Down

...

".

as shown in Fig.1.A.

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Fig.1.A

Step 2 :

The menu of " Shut Down Windows " is as shown in Fig.1.B

Step 3 : With the shut down Window still up on the

screen, follow the

CLOCK

and

PHASE

Adjustment

for the optimal video display.

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Fig.1.B

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CLOCK

Fine tune Clock Adjustment to eliminate the vertical bars 1. Press the OSD button on side
Fine tune Clock Adjustment
to eliminate the vertical bars
1. Press the OSD button
on side panel to
bring up the On
Screen Display
6.
Press the OSD
button to return to
Exit window.
2. Turn the Rotary knob
until the Screen
Position & Quality
window is
highlighted. Next,
press the OSD
7.
Press the OSD
button to return to
Exit window.
3.
Then, turn the Rotary
knob until Clock
Adjustment is
highlighted.
8. Press the OSD
button and
choose Save in
setting mode,
then push OSD
button to exit OSD.
4.
Press the OSD button
to bring up the Clock
Adjustment screen.
5.
Turn the Rotary knob
until the image on
the monitor does not
flicker.

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PHASE

Fine tune Phase Adjustment to eliminate the horizontal bars

4 15L5082Q/16C Go to cover page CLOCK Fine tune Clock Adjustment to eliminate the vertical bars
  • 1. Press the OSD button on side panel to bring up the On Screen Display function.

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  • 6. Press the OSD button to return to Exit window.

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  • 2. Turn the Rotary knob until the Screen Position & Quality window is

7. Press the OSD button to return to Exit window.

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  • 3. Then, turn the Rotary knob until Phase Adjustment is

highlighted.

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  • 4. Press the OSD button to bring up the Phase Adjustment screen.

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  • 5. Turn the Rotary knob until the image on the monitor does not flicker.

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  • 8. Press the OSD button and choose Save in setting mode, then push OSD button to exit OSD.

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Technical Data & Power Management

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General Specification:

Display Type Viewable Image Size (VIS) Surface treatment Weight (unpacked)

Maximum Dimensions

Height Depth Width Maximum Graphics Resolution Text Mode Dot Pitch Horizontal Frequency Vertical Frequency

Environmental

Requirements Temperature Operating Temperature Storage Temperature

HumidIty (non-condensing)

:15.1-inch (38.5 cm) : Flat panel active matrix-TFT LCD :15.1-inch diagonal (38.35 cm) : Anti-glare coating : 5.5kgs

: 418 mm : 176 mm : 402 mm : 1024 x 768 at 75 Hz Refresh Rate : 720 x 400 : 0.30 mm : 30 to 61 kHz : 56 to 75 Hz

: 41 to 95 degree F (5 to 35 degree C) : -43 to 140 degree F (-20 to 60 degree C)

Operating

: - 20 to 80%

Non-operating

: 5 to 95 %

Power Source

: 100-240VAC+-10%,60/50Hz

(90-264VAC)

Power Consumption

: < 38 watt (excluding USB)

Input Terminal

: 15-pin D-type connector with cable

Mains Cord

: Non-shield

Pin assignment : 1 5 6 10 11 15 (1)
Pin assignment :
1
5
6
10
11
15
(1)
1 8 9 15 (2)
1
8
9
15
(2)

(1) The 15-pin D-sub connector(male) of the signal cable (IBM systems) :

Pin No.

Assignment

 

Pin No.

Assignment

 
  • 1 Red video input

 

9

No pin

 
  • 2 Green video input

 
  • 10 Logic ground

 
  • 3 Blue video input

 
  • 11 Identification output -

 
  • 4 Identification output -

Connected to pin 10

Connected to pin 10

 
  • 12 Serial data line(SDA)

 
  • 5 Self test

 
  • 13 H.Sync /H+V

 
  • 6 Red video ground

 

V.Sync(VCLK for DDC)

 
  • 7 Green video ground

 
  • 15 Data clock line(SCL)

 
  • 8 Blue video ground

   

A

UTOMATIC

PS

OWER

AVINGS &

P

RESET

R

ESOLUTION

M

ODES

If you have VESA's DPMS compliance display card or software installed in your PC, the monitor can automatically reduce its power consumption when not in use. If input from a keyboard, mouse, or other device is detected, the PC & monitor automatically"wakes up." The table below shows the power consumption and signalling of this automatic power-saving feature. To turn this feature on and off, see "Power Saving" . The table below shows the 14 factory preset video modes.

 

Power Management Definition

 

VESA mode

Video

H-sync

V-sync

Power

power

LED

used

saving(%)

color

ON

Active

Yes

Yes

< 38W

0%

Green

Stand-by

Blanked

No

Yes

< 5W

86.8%

Amber

Suspend

Blanked

Yes

No

< 5W

86.8%

Amber

OFF

Blanked

No

No

< 5 w

86.8%

Amber

Above power consumptions exclude USB watts.

R
R

This monitor is ENERGY STAR compliant

R This monitor is ENERGY STAR compliant

and power management compatible.

 
R
R

As an ENERGY STAR PARTNER, PHILIPS has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency. The proper operation of the function requires a computer

R
R

with VESA DPMS power management capabilities.

 

Factory Preset Resolution Modes

 

ODE

R

ESOLUTION

1

640 x 350

2

720 x 400

3

640 x 480

4

640 x 480

5

640 x 480

6

640 x 480

7

800 x 600

8

800 x 600

9

800 x 600

  • 10 800 x 600

  • 11 832 x 624

  • 12 1024 x 768

  • 13 1024 x 768

  • 14 1024 x 768

H-F

REQ.

V-F

REQ.

S

TANDARD

(K

HZ

)

(H

Z

)

31.5

70

IBM VGA

31.5

70

IBM VGA

31.5

60

IBM VGA

35.0

67

MAC

37.9

73

VESA

37.5

75

VESA

35.2

56

VESA

37.9

60

VESA

48.1

72

VESA

46.9

75

VESA

49.7

75

MAC

48.4

60

VESA

56.5

70

VESA

60.0

75

VESA

  • 14 M

(2) The 15-pin D-sub connector(male) of the adapter (Apple Macintosh systems) :

Pin No.

Assignment

 

Pin No.

Assignment

 
 
  • 1 Blue video

Red ground

 

9

 
 
  • 2 Sense 2

Red video

10

   
 

Composite Sync, H+V

  • 3 Composite Sync &

11

   
 
  • 4 Sense 0

V.

Sync ground

 
  • 5 Green video

12

V.

S YNC

 
  • 6 Blue video ground

Green ground

13

   
 
  • 7 Sense 1

14

H.

Sync ground

 
  • 8 Not connected

15

H.

Sync

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Control locations and Functions

SIDE VIEW REAR VIEW
SIDE VIEW
REAR VIEW

Control Indicators - for Mute,

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", and OSD "

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Brightness "

"button

FRONT VIEW

LED

-

Light Emitting Diode turns green when the monitor is on.

  • - Turns the monitor On

and Off.

Power Button

Built - in Microphone

Allows you to "speak" to your computer.

Speakers - Transmit sounds from your computer or amplifier.

Mute Button - Mutes the sound from the speakers and the earphones. Press to turn mute on or off.

Brightness Button - Press this button

and use the rotary knob to adjust the brightness of the screen.

Rotary Knob -

Helps guide you through the On Screen Display. When not used with the OSD button, can also adjust the volume.

On Screen Display (OSD) button -

Brings up the On Screen Display and helps

you navigate through it.

Auto Button - Press this button to

automatically adjust the horizontal position Vertical position,phase,and clock settings. After few seconds,theSAVE window will appear.Choose YES to keep the new setting or NO to restore the previous settings.

Earphones Jack - Plug in earphones here. This mutes the sound from the monitor's front speakers.

- A special

Kensington Lock Socket

feature to lock your monitor for anti-theft.

Slot for plugging in USB Hub.

 

-

Power Plug

here.

DC Jack

-

USB Bay

Optional hardware that allows true Plug-and-Play.

- Plug the AC power cord in

Plug the monitor's DC power

cord here.

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Control locations and Functions (continued)

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Pedestal - With the built- in pedestal, you can tilt and swivel the monitor to the most comfortable viewing angle. For best viewing,always place the monitor at eye level. This pedestal can be separated from the main LCD monitor body for mechanical arm or wall- mount applications.(as specified within manufactuer's recommendations)

U sing the SP ide anel MB ute utton -
U sing the SP
ide
anel MB
ute
utton -

To turn the mute On or Off press the mute button.

Using the Side Panel Brightness Button - To adjust the

screen's brightness, first press the Brightness Button.

Next turn the Rotary Knob to adjust the brightness. To exit

brightness completely, press the brightness button again.

Using the Side Panel OSD Button - To use the OSD function, please refer to next page for details.

Mute button OSD button Brightness button Rotary knob
Mute button
OSD button
Brightness button
Rotary knob

Using the Side Panel Auto Button - Press this button to

automatically adjust the horizontal position,vertical

position,phase,and clock settings.After few seconds,the

SAVE window will appear.Choose YESto keep the new

Using rotary knob for AUDIO - Turn rotary knob to adjust audio level.

NOTE :

THE

OSD

This ROTARY is used FOR BUTTON IS PRESSED.

OSD

OPERATION WHEN

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On Screen Display - Your monitor is preset at the factory for nomal operation. However, you can adjust it using the On Screen Display Button and the Rotary Knob as described on Page 6 .Below is a brief description of the four windows on the On Screen Display function.

Main Controls - The first window highlighted after the OSD has been selected. It has three features :

 

Brightness,Contrast, and Volume.

 
Screen Position & Quality- This is the second window highlighted after the OSD has been selected.

Screen Position & Quality-

This is the second window highlighted

after the OSD has been selected.

The four features are : Vertical Position,

Horizontal Position, Phase Adjustment,

and Clock Adjustment.

Special Controls - The fourth window features :

Color Temperature -- The third window highlighted is the adjustment of the Color Temperature.Select the color temperature you prefer or make your own with User Setting 1 or 2.

Language, OSD Controls, Power Saving, and Rotary Default. Note : Language allows you to change the On Screen Display from English to French, Spanish, German, or Italian.

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OSD menu tree structure

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OSD menu tree structure

FIRST SECOND THIRD FORTH LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Main control Brightness Contrast Volume Exit Reset Screen
FIRST
SECOND
THIRD
FORTH
LEVEL
LEVEL
LEVEL
LEVEL
Main control
Brightness
Contrast
Volume
Exit
Reset
Screen position &
Quality
Vertical position
Horizontal position
Phase adjustment
Clock adjustment
Exit
Reset
Color temperature
9300
K
Red color
6500
K
Green color
User presets 1
Blue color
User presets 2
Exit
Reset
Red color
Green color
Blue color
Special controls
Languge
English
German
French
Italian
5
Spanish
10
25
OSD controls
Time
Off
Vertical position
Horizontal position
Power saving
On
Off
Rotary default
Brightness
Contrast
Volume
Exit
Reset
Exit
Save
Yes
No
Reset
Reset all settings
Yes
No

OSD Menu: The On-screen menu allows you to easily make adjustments of the H.POSITION, V.POSITION, contrast, brightness, phase, clock, etc.

Adjust volume of internal speakers and earphone output.

Adjust volume of internal speakers and earphone output.

Adjust brightness of the display. Brightness is the overall intensity of the light coming from the screen.

To access OSD menu.

To access OSD menu.

Adjust contrast of the display. Contrast is the difference between the brightest and darkest

Adjust contrast of the display. Contrast is the difference between the brightest and darkest

areas on the screen.

To scroll the OSD function and adjust the scale of the selected

To scroll the OSD function and adjust the scale of the selected

function.

Vertical Position adjusts the image on your screen either up or down.

Vertical Position adjusts the image on your screen either up or down.

Horizontal Position shifts the image on your screen either to the left

Horizontal Position shifts the image on your screen either to the left

or right.

Phase Adjustment reduce the horizontal flicker of characters on the

Phase Adjustment reduce the horizontal flicker of characters on the

screen to a minimum.

Clock Adjustment reduce the vertical flicker of characters on the

Clock Adjustment reduce the vertical flicker of characters on the

screen to a minimum.

9300 K CAD/CAM
9300 K CAD/CAM
  • 9300 K CAD/CAM

 
  • 6500 K DTP

 

6500 K option for Desktop Publishing (DTP), 9300 K option for

Computer Aided Design (CAD) work.

Monitor default setting for colour temperatures is 6500 K.

USER PRESETS

USER PRESETS

 

User preset 1 & User preset 2, for colour temperature.

Select R,G or B for adjustment using the user controls.

LANGUAGE

LANGUAGE

Select the OSD language. The available languages are

English (default), French, Spanish, German and Italian.

POWER SAVING helps save energy when the monitor is on but

POWER SAVING helps save energy when the monitor is on but

not being used.

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