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SOLID-STATE MEMORY CAMCORDER

PMW-EX1R
WIDE CONVERSION LENS
VCL-EX0877
SERVICE MANUAL
1st Edition
PMW-EX1R
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! WARNING
This manual is intended for qualied service personnel only.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, re or injury, do not perform any servicing other than that
contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualied to do so. Refer all servicing to
qualied service personnel.
! WARNUNG
Die Anleitung ist nur fr qualiziertes Fachpersonal bestimmt.
Alle Wartungsarbeiten drfen nur von qualiziertem Fachpersonal ausgefhrt werden. Um die
Gefahr eines elektrischen Schlages, Feuergefahr und Verletzungen zu vermeiden, sind bei
Wartungsarbeiten strikt die Angaben in der Anleitung zu befolgen. Andere als die angegeben
Wartungsarbeiten drfen nur von Personen ausgefhrt werden, die eine spezielle Befhigung
dazu besitzen.
! AVERTISSEMENT
Ce manual est destin uniquement aux personnes comptentes en charge de lentretien. An
de rduire les risques de dcharge lectrique, dincendie ou de blessure neffectuer que les
rparations indiques dans le mode demploi moins dtre quali pour en effectuer dautres.
Pour toute rparation faire appel une personne comptente uniquement.
PMW-EX1R 1 (P)
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type rec-
ommended by the manufacturer.
When you dispose of the battery, you must obey the
law in the relative area or country.
ATTENTION
Il y a danger dexplosion sil y a remplacement incor-
rect de la batterie. Remplacer uniquement avec
une batterie du mme type ou dun type quivalent
recommand par le constructeur.
Lorsque vous mettez la batterie au rebut, vous devez
respecter la lgislation en vigueur dans le pays ou la
rgion o vous vous trouvez.
VORSICHT
Explosionsgefahr bei Verwendung falscher Batterien.
Batterien nur durch den vom Hersteller empfohlenen
oder einen gleichwertigen Typ ersetzen.
Wenn Sie die Batterie entsorgen, mssen Sie die
Gesetze der jeweiligen Region und des jeweiligen
Landes befolgen.
FRSIKTIGHET!
Fara fr explosion vid felaktigt placerat batteri.
Byt endast mot samma eller likvrdig typ av batteri,
enligt tillverkarens rekommendationer.
Nr du kasserar batteriet ska du flja rdande lagar
fr regionen eller landet.
PAS P
Fare for eksplosion, hvis batteriet ikke udskiftes
korrekt.
Udskift kun med et batteri af samme eller tilsvarende
type, som er anbefalet af fabrikanten.
Nr du bortskaffer batteriet, skal du flge
lovgivningen i det pgldende omrde eller land.
HUOMIO
Rjhdysvaara, jos akku vaihdetaan virheellisesti.
Vaihda vain samanlaiseen tai vastaavantyyppiseen,
valmistajan suosittelemaan akkuun.
Noudata akun hvittmisess oman maasi tai
alueesi lakeja.
FORSIKTIG
Eksplosjonsfare hvis feil type batteri settes i.
Bytt ut kun med samme type eller tilsvarende
anbefalt av produsenten.
Kasser batteriet i henhold til gjeldende avfallsregler.

1 (E) PMW-EX1R
Table of Contents
Manual Structure
Purpose of this manual ............................................................ 3 (E)
Related manuals ...................................................................... 3 (E)
1. Service Overview
1-1. External Connectors .................................................. 1-1 (E)
1-1-1. Signal Inputs and Outputs ................................ 1-1 (E)
1-2. Location of the Printed Wiring Boards ..................... 1-3 (E)
1-3. Circuit Description .................................................... 1-4 (E)
1-4. Service Tools/Measuring Equipment List ............... 1-12 (E)
1-4-1. Service Tools .................................................. 1-12 (E)
1-4-2. Measuring Equipment .................................... 1-12 (E)
1-5. Firmware Upgrade................................................... 1-13 (E)
1-6. Recommended Replacement Parts .......................... 1-14 (E)
1-7. Circuit Protection Part List ...................................... 1-15 (E)
1-7-1. Circuit Protection Element............................. 1-15 (E)
1-7-2. Replacing Fuse ............................................... 1-15 (E)
1-8. Note on Service ....................................................... 1-16 (E)
1-8-1. Requirements on Replacement of Boards
or Parts ........................................................... 1-16 (E)
1-8-2. Requirements on Replacement of Lens ......... 1-16 (E)
1-8-3. Note on Replacement of Parts on
the Board ........................................................ 1-16 (E)
1-8-4. Description of Number Seal on the Prism ..... 1-16 (E)
1-8-5. Memory Backup Battery ................................ 1-17 (E)
1-8-6. Unleaded Solder ............................................. 1-17 (E)
1-9. Connector Location Diagram on Board .................. 1-18 (E)
1-10. Connecting/Disconnecting the Flexible
Card Wire ................................................................ 1-19 (E)
1-11. Replacing the Coaxial Cable with Connector
(Fine Pitch Coaxial Cable) .......................................... 1-20 (E)
2. Replacement of Main Parts
2-1. Outline of Replacement Procedures ......................... 2-1 (E)
2-2. Replacement Procedures ........................................... 2-2 (E)
2-2-1. Lithium Battery ............................................... 2-2 (E)
2-2-2. Case (Bottom) L/R and Front Panel
Assembly ......................................................... 2-2 (E)
2-2-3. Microphone Holder Assembly ........................ 2-4 (E)
2-2-4. EVF Assembly ................................................. 2-4 (E)
2-2-5. Handle Assembly ............................................. 2-5 (E)
2-2-6. DAP-41 Board and AU-326 Board .................. 2-7 (E)
2-2-7. SW-1478 Board................................................ 2-8 (E)
2-2-8. Inside Panel Assembly/Outside Panel
Assembly ......................................................... 2-8 (E)
2-2-9. Rear Panel Assembly ..................................... 2-10 (E)
2-2-10. Express Card Assembly ................................. 2-11 (E)
2-2-11. RE-272 Board and RE-273 Board ................. 2-12 (E)
2-2-12. Battery Case, TX-131 Board ......................... 2-13 (E)
2-2-13. DPR-311 Board .............................................. 2-15 (E)
2-2-14. Case L Assembly............................................ 2-16 (E)
2-2-15. Case R ............................................................ 2-17 (E)
2-2-16. Prism Assembly ............................................. 2-18 (E)
2-2-17. ND Filter ........................................................ 2-18 (E)
2-2-18. Lens Unit........................................................ 2-19 (E)
2-2-19. DR-644 Board ................................................ 2-19 (E)
2-2-20. LED-491 Board.............................................. 2-20 (E)
2-2-21. Speaker........................................................... 2-20 (E)
2-2-22. KSW-55 Board, HN-361 Board ..................... 2-21 (E)
2-2-23. Microphone Unit Assembly ........................... 2-22 (E)
2-2-24. Microphone Unit ............................................ 2-23 (E)
2-2-25. DET-52 Board ................................................ 2-24 (E)
2-2-26. 3.5-inch LCD Assembly ................................ 2-25 (E)
2-2-27. Replacing the Parts in the Lens Grip ............. 2-26 (E)
3. SERVICE Menu
3-1. Outline of SERVICE Menu ....................................... 3-1 (E)
3-1-1. Basic Menu Operations .................................... 3-1 (E)
3-1-2. SERVICE Menu Structure ............................... 3-1 (E)
3-1-3. Displaying the SERVICE Menu ...................... 3-1 (E)
3-2. SERVICE Menu List ................................................. 3-2 (E)
3-2-1. MAINTENANCE Menu .................................. 3-2 (E)
3-2-2. RPN CORRECT Menu .................................... 3-2 (E)
3-2-3. INFORMATION Menu ................................... 3-3 (E)
3-3. Self-Diagnostic Function........................................... 3-4 (E)
3-4. Executing Log Dump ................................................ 3-9 (E)
3-5. List of Error Numbers on the LCD Display ............ 3-10 (E)
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4. Alignment
4-1. Servicing software ServiceNavi-EX ...................... 4-1 (E)
4-2. Preparation ................................................................ 4-1 (E)
4-2-1. Service Tools and Equipment .......................... 4-1 (E)
4-2-2. Connection ....................................................... 4-1 (E)
4-3. MAINTENANCE Menu ........................................... 4-1 (E)
4-3-1. Test Saw Setting ............................................... 4-1 (E)
4-3-2. Executing Auto Black Balance ........................ 4-2 (E)
4-3-3. Black Shading Adjustment............................... 4-2 (E)
4-3-4. White Shading Adjustment .............................. 4-3 (E)
4-3-5. Flare Adjustment .............................................. 4-5 (E)
4-3-6. Executing Auto FB Adjust ............................... 4-6 (E)
4-4. RPN CORRECT Menu ............................................. 4-8 (E)
4-4-1. Executing Auto Detection ................................ 4-8 (E)
4-4-2. Correction Mode Settings ................................ 4-8 (E)
4-4-3. Channel Setting ................................................ 4-8 (E)
4-4-4. Cursor Setting .................................................. 4-8 (E)
4-4-5. Cursor H Position Setting ................................ 4-9 (E)
4-4-6. Cursor V Position Setting ................................ 4-9 (E)
4-4-7. Operating Cursor Next ..................................... 4-9 (E)
4-4-8. Operating Cursor Prev ..................................... 4-9 (E)
4-4-9. Compensation Level Display ........................... 4-9 (E)
4-4-10. Executing Record ............................................. 4-9 (E)
4-4-11. Executing Delete ............................................ 4-10 (E)
4-4-12. Readout Mode Setting ................................... 4-10 (E)
4-4-13. Executing Reset ............................................. 4-10 (E)
5. Spare Parts
5-1. Notes on Repair Parts ...................................................... 5-1
5-2. Exploded Views ............................................................... 5-2
5-3. Supplied Accessories ..................................................... 5-18
6. Block Diagrams
Overall ............................................................................. 6-2
AU-326 ............................................................................ 6-3
AXM-42 ...................................................................... 6-3, 8
DAP-41................................................................ 6-3, 4, 6, 7
HN-356 ................................................................ 6-3, 4, 6, 7
HN-360 ............................................................................ 6-3
HN-361 ............................................................................ 6-3
KSW-55 ....................................................................... 6-3, 8
MA-183 ........................................................................... 6-3
SW-1478 ...................................................................... 6-3, 4
SWC-50 ........................................................................... 6-3
BI-202.............................................................................. 6-4
BI-203.............................................................................. 6-4
BI-204.............................................................................. 6-4
DPR-311 .............................................................. 6-4, 5, 6, 7
CN-3273 .................................................................... 6-5, 11
EC-68 .............................................................................. 6-5
DET-52 ............................................................................ 6-8
DR-644 ............................................................................ 6-8
HN-363 ............................................................................ 6-8
RM-224 ........................................................................... 6-8
CN-3258 .......................................................................... 6-9
DC-152 ............................................................................ 6-9
RE-272 ............................................................................ 6-9
CN-3259 ........................................................................ 6-10
RE-273 .......................................................................... 6-10
ASW-68 ......................................................................... 6-11
LED-491 ........................................................................ 6-11
LED-494 ........................................................................ 6-11
SW-1484 ........................................................................ 6-11
TX-131 .......................................................................... 6-12
VIF-46 ........................................................................... 6-12

7. Schematic Diagrams
Frame Wiring................................................................... 7-1
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Manual Structure
Purpose of this manual
The service manual is intended for use by trained system and service engineers, and
provides the information of maintenance and detailed service.
Related manuals
The following manuals are available in this model.
If this manual is required, please contact your local Sony Sales Ofce/Service Center.
. Operating Instructions (Supplied with unit)
This manual is necessary for application and operation of this unit.
. Semiconductor Pin Assignments CD-ROM (Available on request)
This Semiconductor Pin Assignments CD-ROM allows you to search for
semiconductors used in Broadcast and Professional equipment.
Part number: 9-968-546-06
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3 AUDIO IN CH-1, CH-2: XLR (3P, Female)
_ EXT VIEW _
(0 dBu = 0.775 V rms)
No. Signal I/O Specications
1 MIC/LINE (G) _ _65 dBu to _8 dBu
2 MIC/LINE (H) IN +4 dBu, selectable
3 MIC/LINE (C) IN High impedance, Balanced
4 A/V OUT: Multiconnector (10P)
_ EXT VIEW _
No. Signal I/O Specications
1 LINE_MONI1_L (A/V) O LINE OUT (L)
2 LANC_SIG _ NC
3 S_GND _ GND
4 LANC_DC _ NC
5 S-C O NC
6 LINE_MONI2_R (A/V) O LINE OUT (R)
7 AV_SW I
8 VIDEO/AUDIO_GND _ GND
9 VIDEO O Composite OUT
10 S-Y O NC
5 HDV/DV: i.LINK connector (IEEE1394, S400) (4P)
_ EXT VIEW _
No. Signal I/O Specications
1 TPB_ I/O Strobe on receive, data on
transmit B (_)
2 TPB+ I/O Strobe on receive, data on
transmit B (+)
3 TPA_ I/O Data on receive, strobe on
transmit A (_)
4 TPA+ I/O Data on receive, strobe on
transmit A (+)
AUTO
MANUAL
INTMIC
EXT
PICTURE
PROFILE
DC IN
CH-2
AUTO
MANUAL
INTMIC
EXT CH-1
OFF
CAMERA CANCEL MENU
SEL/SET
MEDIA
PMW-EX1R
EXPANDED
FOCUS
REC
REVIEW
RELEASE
START/
STOP
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Service Overview
1-1. External Connectors
1-1-1. Signal Inputs and Outputs
SIDE VIEW
FRONT VIEW
REAR VIEW
1 SDI OUT: BNC type
SDI output signal
2 (HEADPHONES): Stereo mini jack
Sound monitor, monaural/stereo selectable
_20.5 dBu (Reference level 16 Z loaded)
1 2
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6 COMPONENT OUT: Mini D terminal (10P)
_ EXT VIEW _
No. Signal I/O Specications
1 Y O COMPONENT (Y)
2 YGND _ Y GND
3 PB O COMPONENT (Pb)
4 PBPR_GND _ PBPR GND
5 PR O COMPONENT (Pr)
6 NC _
7 NC _
8 NC _
9 SW_GND _
10 SW I
7 (USB): Mini-B connector (5P)
_ EXT VIEW _
No. Signal I/O Specications
1 VCC _ USB Vcc
2 D_ I/O USB_
3 D+ I/O USB+
4 ID _ NC
5 GND _ Ground
8 LENS REMOTE: (8P FEMALE)
_ EXT VIEW _
No. Signal I/O Specications
1 COMMON_V O GND
2 ZOOM I GND: WIDE 1.66V: STOP
3.33V: TELE
3 COMMON+V O 3.33V
4 COMMON I 1.66V
5 REC I GND: ON OPEN: OFF
6 RET I GND: ON OPEN: OFF
7 SW COMMON O GND
8 FRAME GND _
1 9
2 10
1 5
1 8
2 7
3 6
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9 DC IN: 2P (DC JACK TYPE 4)
_ EXT VIEW _
0 HDMI OUT: (19P)
_ EXT VIEW _
No. Signal I/O
1 TMDS_DATA2+ O
2 TMDS_DATA2_SHIELD _
3 TMDS_DATA2_ O
4 TMDS_DATA1+ O
5 TMDS_DATA1_SHIELD _
6 TMDS_DATA1_ O
7 TMDS_DATA0+ O
8 TMDS_DATA0_SHIELD _
9 TMDS_DATA0_ O
10 TMDS_CLOCK+ O
11 TMDS_CLOCK_SHIELD _
12 TMDS_CLOCK_ O
13 CEC (N.C.) _
14 RESERVED (N.C.) _
15 SCL O
16 SDA I/O
17 DDC/CEC_GND _
18 +5V_POWER O
19 HPD I
!- Battery: (5P)
_ EXT VIEW _
No. Signal I/O Specications
1 BATT (+) _ +11 to +17 V dc
2 BAT_SCL O
3 BAT_SDA I/O
4 BATT_ID_DATA I
5 BATT (_) _
GND EXT DC
19 1
18 2
1 2
3 4 5
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1-2. Location of the Printed Wiring Boards
1 ASW-68 board
2 AU-326 board
3 AXM-42 board
4 BI-202 board
5 BI-203 board
6 BI-204 board
7 CN-3258 board
8 CN-3259 board
9 CN-3273 board
0 DAP-41 board
!- DC-152 board
!= DET-52 board
![ DPR-311 board
!] DR-644 board
!\ EC-68 board
!; HN-356 board
!' HN-360 board
!, HN-361 board
!. HN-363 board
@/ IF-1127 board
@- KSW-55 board
@= LED-491 board
@[ LED-494 board
@] MA-183 board
@\ RE-272 board
@; RE-273 board
@' RM-224 board
@, SW-1478 board
@. SW-1484 board
#/ SWC-50 board
#- TX-131 board
#= VIF-46 board
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1-3. Circuit Description
1. CMOS Block System
BI-202/203/204 Board
The BI-202, BI-203 and BI-204 boards are the rigid exible boards connecting the CMOS image sensors (IC1) to the
DPR-311 board.
The CMOS image sensor receives the three primary colors of R, G and B that are separated from the incoming light by the
prism. The CMOS image sensor converts the incoming primary color to electric signal. The built-in 12-bit column A/D
converters then convert the R, G and B analog video signals to the digital video signals respectively.
The electronic shutter, analog gain amplier and black level clamp functions are also provided in the above boards.
The BI-202 board is for the R-channel signal, the BI-203 board is for the G-channel signal and the BI-204 board is for the
B-channel signal.
The CMOS image sensor receives the sync signal and the serial communication signal from the DPR-311 board. The 12-bit
digital video signals that are supplied from the CMOS image sensors pass through the EMI lters (FL1 to FL4) and are
input to the DPR-311 board.
Various decoupling capacitors and the damping resistors are also mounted in the above boards.
IC3 of the BI-203 board is a temperature sensor that sends the temperature data to the CAMERA MICON (camera
-processor: IC500) on the DPR-311 board via I
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C bus.
2. Camera Block System
DPR-311 Board
The DPR-311 board consists of the Camera Signal Processor IC (IC200) and the CAMERA MICON (camera -processor:
IC500) whereas the Camera Signal Processor IC (IC200) performs various processing on the digital video signal supplied
from the CMOS image sensor, and the CAMERA MICON (IC500) performs control of IC200 and other various controls
such as control of the CMOS image sensor and of lens. And the output digital video (Y/C) signal is sent to the next circuit
the video (baseband video) signal processing circuit.
The 12-bit digital video (RGB) signals supplied from the CMOS block (BI-202, BI-203 and BI-204 boards) rst enter the
camera signal processor IC (IC200). In the camera signal processor IC (IC200), average value, peak value of the RGB
digital video signals that are required for the following AUTO operations of the camera are detected.
The detected signals are sent to the CAMERA MICON (camera -processor: IC500).
. Auto white balance
. Auto black balance
. Auto focus
. Auto iris
. Auto knee
The digital video signal from the CMOS image sensor enters rst the selector circuit selecting either the digital video signal
from the CMOS image sensor or the internal TEST signal. The output video signal from the selector enters the compensa-
tion circuits consisting of the CMOS imager-related compensation circuit and the lens-related compensation circuit. The
video signal then receives the white balance processing, and the matrix signal and the detail signal are added to the video
signal. The video signal then receives the pedestal control, knee compensation, gamma correction and white/black clip
processing. The video signal nally enters the baseband processing IC (IC600).
The pixel number conversion processing from 1920/1080 to 1440/1080 or 1280/720 is also performed inside IC200.
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The CAMERA MICON (camera -processor: IC500) performs the overall control over the entire camera system and is con-
trolled by the camera system controller (IC2900).
Peripheral ICs of the CAMERA MICON (camera -processor: IC500) are FLAH ROM (IC413) and SDRAM (IC414).
3. Video Signal System
DPR-311 Board
The digital video (Y/C) signal output from the camera signal processor IC (IC200) enters the baseband processing IC
(IC600).
The baseband processing IC (IC600) performs the overall baseband processing of video and audio signals with a single chip
IC containing the various scaler functions (supporting the multiple format outputs), various OSD functions, PLL function
(54 MHz 74 MHz) and CPU.
The baseband processing IC (IC600) provides the following outputs:
. HD/SD Component (digital): To TX-131 board
. HD/SD Component (analog): To TX-131 board
. Composite (analog): To TX-131 board
. LCD signal (digital): To LCD module
. EVF signal (analog): To DR-644 board
The input/output signals of the baseband processing IC (IC600) are the following signals:
. MPEG encoder/decoder I/F signal (digital): To IC1500
. Audio I/F signal (digital): To IC1300
Peripheral circuits of the baseband processing IC (IC600) are the master clock 54 MHz VCXO (X800) control circuit
(IC803, IC804, IC806, IC807, IC808) and the Mobile DDR SDRAM memory (IC1100, IC1101).
Peripheral circuits of the built-in CPU are FLASH ROM (IC1003) and SDRAM (IC1000).
The baseband processing IC (IC600) is controlled by the system controller (IC2900). The LCD driver IC, the EVF driver
IC, SDI Co-pro, the audio system and the power save control of the output systems are controlled by the built-in CPU
inside IC600.
4. Media Recording and Playback
DPR-311 Board
Output from the baseband processing IC (IC600) is input into the MPEG encoder/decoder (IC1500).
The MPEG encoder/decoder (IC1500) is the single-chip MPEG Codec IC that encodes and decodes both the high-quality
HD video signal and audio signal in real-time. It has various interfaces with signals such as MPEG video, video input/
output, MPEG audio, audio input/output, bit stream input/output, and interface with the host.
IC1500 output is then input into LSI (IC1600) for AVIT signal processing.
LSI (IC1600) for AVIT signal processing contains the built-in CPU and has interfaces for DDR2 SDRAM memory (IC1800,
IC1801), PCI bus, PCI-Express bus, I/O for IC1500, and serial communication with system controller (IC2900).
IC1600 is also connected to the NOR-type Flash ROM (IC1901) to read the CPU program in the IC1600 during initial startup.
LSI (IC1600) for AVIT signal processing is controlled by the system controller (IC2900), in the same way as other main
devices, and provides the following types of functions: video/audio stream control, access to the SxS memory card, mass
storage operations when connected to USB and HDV device controls when connected to i-LINK.
Explanation of peripheral devices
<SxS memory card slot>
Two memory card slot boards (EC-68) are connected to the dual channel PCI-Express signals coming from IC1600 through
a 0.4 mm pitch, 30-pin ne coaxial cables connected to CN2400 and CN2401.
Furthermore, dual channel USB host signals output from USB host controller (IC2300) are connect to the EC-68 board
through ne coaxial cables just as with the PCI-Express signals.
IC2300 is controlled by PCI bus from IC1600.
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<USB device controller>
USB device signal output from USB device controller (IC2000) is connected to output board (DAP-41) through the both-
sided exible board (HN-356) from CN3302 connector, and then it is connected to USB Mini-B connector (CN106) on the
DAP-41 board.
IC2000 is controlled by the dedicated bus from IC1600.
If there is no USB connection, the power supply for IC2000 drops off.
<i-Link controller>
The i-Link signal output from the i-Link controller (IC2200) is connected to the 4-pin i-Link connector (CN3) on the
CN-3273 board passing through the both-sided exible board (CN-3273) from the CN3400 connector.
IC2200 is controlled by the PCI bus from IC1600.
5. Audio system
This overview explains the audio system according to the audio block diagram shown in Fig. 1.
MA-183 Board
The MA-183 board contains a built-in microphone unit. The MA-183 board amplies the audio signal with the microphone bias
power supply and head amplier (Q5, Q7, and Q9, and Q6, Q8, and Q10). It provides the balanced output for the audio signal.
AXM-42 Board
The AXM-42 board is a connector board on which XLR (3-pin) connector for external LINE/MIC input and the [LINE/
MIC/MIC +48V] input selection switch for two channels are mounted on this connector board.
KSW-55 Board
This board performs the read and tally controls for the switch on the handle. The audio signal block relays the audio signal
between the MA-183 board and AXM-42 board.
HN-360/HN-361 Flexible board
This board relays the audio signal between the KSW-55 board and the AU-326 board.
AU-326 Board (Audio block)
This board controls the analog audio input signal processing, as well as microphone +48 V power supply and serial signal.
. Audio signal from the built-in microphone on the MA-183 board is input to the balanced input amplier IC200 and IC201
of this board. Output of the balanced amplier is connected to the analog switch (IC208, IC209) for switching between
[INT/EXT].
. The DC-DC converter (IC100, Q100) for microphone power +48 V is built-in, and when EXT MIC +48 V is going to be
supplied, the EXT MIC +48 V is supplied by the switch (Q200, Q201, Q202 and Q203).
. The audio input signals from MIC and LINE are input to a common circuit that receives both of the MIC input level (_20
dBu to _65 dBu) and the LINE input level (+4 dBu). The input attenuator is inserted in the circuit switch (Q212, Q213,
Q214, Q215 and Q216 to Q219) as required. This audio input signal is received by the balanced input amplier (IC202,
IC203) that performs amplication of 0/+12 dB and switching (Q224, Q225, Q226, Q227) in accordance with the level
that is set by INPUT TRIM. After that, the audio signal is connected to the [INT/EXT] switch (IC208, IC209).
. The [INT/EXT] switch (IC208, IC209) performs not only the INT/EXT switching but also performs the input channel
mode selection [CH1/ (CH1/CH2)].
. SEL (IC204, IC205)/AMP (IC206, IC207) are a signal selector and buffer amplier to perform AGC link.
DAP-41 Board (Audio block)
The DAP-41 board is comprised of two pieces of the Audio Codec IC and the IC202, IC203.
(RTC is also built on this board, but the explanation has been omitted here.)
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. Audio Codec (IC202, IC203)
The analog audio signal from the AU-326 board is connected to IC202 and IC203 that are the Audio Codec (PGA, ADC,
DSP, Digital IF, headphones amplier, speaker amplier are built on one chip and the parameters are set with I
2
C).
The analog signal after level adjustment by the Input TRIM (PGA) is converted to the digital signal with the ADC.
The digital signal receives the [Wind Filter] (on/off) processing of the Audio Level control, AGC Limiter and Internal
mic from the DSP. After the audio signal receives these processing, the digital signal is output for audio recording.
Playback output (including EE) is the digital signal that is connected to Audio Codec where it is converted to the analog
signal with DAC and output to the ASW-68 board.
Furthermore, the audio signal that is processed for audio monitoring in the ASW-68 board is connected to the headphones
amplier and speaker amplier through the monitor level control from the IN2LP input and IN2RP input of IC202.
From the DPR-311 board, BEEP (IC600) is level-controlled internally by IN2LN (IC202), and output to the speaker HP.
. FPGA (IC1300) on the DPR-311 Board
The digital signal output signal is supplied to the Display Block (Base band) from the Audio Codec. FPGA (IC1300) also
receives the playback output signal from the Display Block.
The playback system selects CH1/CH2 or CH3/CH4, connects EE, and connects TEST TONE from the Display Block
depending on the data.
Furthermore, FPGA divides the clock signal that is supplied from the Display Block to Audio Codec on the DAP-41 board.
INT/EXT1,INT/EXT2
MIC/LINE/+48V-1,
MIC/LINE/+48V-2,
WIND FILTER1,
WIND FILTER2
COPY1to2, LINK2to1, LINK1to2
MA-183
AXM-42
VIF-46
K
S
W
-
5
5
H
N
-
3
6
1
D
P
R
-
3
1
1
N
H
-
3
6
0
AU-326
LED-491
IC202(1/2) IC205,206,207,208
+48V /MIC / LINE -2
+48V
CLOCK DIV
(1fs,64fs,256fs)
IC1300
LINE 3/4
IC600
IC202(2/2)
IC204 (1/2)
IC204 (2/2)
IC200,
IC202 (1/2)
IC201,
IC202 (2/2)
ASW-68 DAP-41
MUTE
MONI1-1,2-1,
MONI2-2,2-1
IC203, 205
DPR-311
INT MIC1
with
HEAD AMP
+10dB
INT MIC2
with
HEAD AMP
+10dB
MIC/LINE
1
(XLR)
MIC/LINE
2
(XLR)
AV Monitor
Out 1
(Line Out1)
AV Monitor
Out 2
(Line Out2)
HP Out
(PHONE
MINI)
SPEAKER
PGA
GAIN
PGA
GAIN
DIGITAL
AUDIO IF
DIGITAL
AUDIO IF
A/D FIL LVL
AGC/
LIM
PGA
GAIN
PGA
GAIN
A/D FIL LVL
AGC/
LIM
GPIO
BAL
AMP
BAL
AMP
SEL/
MIX1
IC203
BAL
AMP
BAL
AMP
IC200
WIND FILTER1
WIND FILTER2
INT/EXT 1
+48V
+48V /MIC / LINE -1 0/12dB-1
Control
with PGA
IC202
INT/EXT 2
0/12dB-2
Control
with PGA
SEL/
MIX2
MUTE
MUTE
MUTE
MUTE
AMP
AMP
D/A
AMP
AMP
AMP
MONITOR LEVEL
IC202 IC203
LINK 2 1
COPY1to 2
LINK 1 2
FIL
ATT
FIL
ATT
FPGA
Digital Audio 1
CLOCK DIV
(1fs,64fs,256fs)
Digital Audio 2
Digital Audio
1/2 , 3/4
CONTROL
(T-one)
I2C
I2C
IC203
+
MIX
AMP
SEL/
MIX1
MONI 1-1
MONI 2-1
MONI2-2
MONI1-2
SEL/
MIX2
IN2LP(L)
IN2RP(R)
IN2LN
I2C MPX
(DEVICE CONTROL)
IC201
PWR or
DET
GPIO
CONTROL
(T-one)
IC600
IC600
BEEP
(T-one)
C
N
-
3
2
7
3
Fig. 1. Audio block diagram
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. Serial control
The I
2
C control signal from Display Block (Base band) is converted into GPI, and performs switching
such as [INT/EXT], [LINE/MIC/MIC+48], [CH1/ (CH/CH)], and AGC [Linked/Separated] for CH1
and CH2.
The I
2
C control from Display Block (Base band) selects either IC202 or IC203 for the target with I
2
C
MPX (IC201) and sets the register of IC202 or IC203.
CN-3273 Flexible board
It relays the audio signal from the DPR-311 board to the ASW-68 board.
ASW-68 Board (Audio block)
. Analog output from the DAP-41 board Audio Codec is buffered by IC204 and is output to the A/V
connector after passing through the audio MUTE control.
. Analog output from Audio Codec on the DAP-41 board re-enters into the IN2LP input and IN2RP input
of the DAP-41 board Audio Codec after passing through the monitor selector/mixer (IC200, IC201,
IC202), and becomes the monitor signal.
. Serial control
I
2
C control signal from Display Block (Base band) is output at GPI, and performs the switching be-
tween MONITOR [CH1/CH2] / [CH1+CH2] / [CH1] / [CH2] for CH1 and CH2 respectively.
VIF-46 Board (Audio block)
The audio output from the ASW-68 board is connected to A/V multi-connector and connector board.
LED-491 Board (Audio block)
The headphones output signal is connected to the headphones jack (CN3) of the LED-491 board, and the
speaker output signal is connected to the speaker connector (CN2).
The headphones output is muted by the MUTE (Q2, Q3).
Switch/Volume control (Audio controller block)
Operation panel functions relating to audio signal are built into the following blocks.
ASW-68 Board (Audio block)
For CH1 and CH2, the switches [INT/EXT] and [AUTO/MANUAL] are connected to PIO of CPU
(IC301), and the volume control [AUDIO LEVEL] is connected to ADC of CPU (IC301).
KSW-55 Board (Audio block)
The switch [LINE/MIC/MIC+48] on the AXM-42 board is connected to PIO of CPU (IC100) for CH1
and CH2 respectively. The switch [MONITOR (AUDIO) +/_] that is common to CH1 and CH2 is con-
nected to PIO of CPU (IC100).
6. System Control
DPR-311 Board
The 32-bit RISC CPU (ARM) with ARM core is built-in as the system controller (IC2900).
It has the peripheral interface functions of SDRAM, USB, SCI, and I
2
C. It operates on a 27 MHz clock
(X2900). FLASH ROM (IC2908), SDRAM (IC2909), and EEPROM (IC3205) are mounted as the periph-
eral ICs.
It performs the system control through serial communication with IC500 of the camera block system,
IC600 of the video signal system, and IC1600 of the media recording/playback system.
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Main functions of the system controller and peripherals
(1) Reading operation switch information
Reading the switch information and the LED control are performed by I
2
C bus communication with each
sub-microprocessor.
. Handle switch: IC100 on the KSW-55 board
. Inside panel switch: IC200 on the SWC-50 board
. Rear panel switch: IC301 on the ASW-68 board
. Power supply switch: IC1001 on the RE-273 board
(2) Watch IC (RTC) control
The watch IC (IC100) is built onto the DAP-41 board.
The watch IC (IC100) is backed up by a lithium coin battery, and the current time is read or set via IC200
on the SWC-50 board.
(3) Infrared remote control demodulation
The RM-224 board has an IC (IC1) for infrared remote control signal demodulation, and it receives the
command codes via IC100 on the KSW-55 board.
(4) Info-Battery communication
The Info-Battery of SM bus specications is supported.
The serial terminal of the battery connector is connected to IC1001 on the RE-273 board. This IC1001
read the battery authentication, battery type, remaining power, and other information and send them to the
system controller via I
2
C bus communication.
(5) Power supply voltage detection
The power supply voltage at the DC IN connector is measured by the A/D port on IC1001 on the RE-273
board, and it is posted to the system controller as the input voltage value.
(6) Power system control
IC1001 on the RE-273 board checks that the power switch on the PMW-EX1R is turned ON, and turns on
the system controller of IC2900. After that, it controls the power for each circuit block according to the
system controller.
The system controller controls the respective power supply systems in the RE-272 and RE-273 boards
according to the operation mode of the device, via the power supply -processor (IC1001) on the RE-273
board.
By turning off the power systems to unnecessary circuits blocks, power can be saved.
7. EVF/SDI System
SDI block
TX-131 Board
This board receives the parallel video signal with FPGA (IC200) and outputs the SDI signal.
Furthermore, it performs audio or timecode embedding.
The video and audio signals are supplied from CN700 on the DPR-311 board to CN100 on the TX-131
board with B to B connector.
Output SDI signals are supplied to CN500 through the cable driver (IC500).
Output SDI signals are then supplied from CN500 to the coaxial connector via the mini coaxial connector
and mini coaxial cable.
The PLL circuit is used to reduce jitter of the HD-SDI clock signal.
The FPGA (IC200) is controlled by IC600 on the DPR-311 board through 4-line serial communication.
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8. Power supply system
RE-272/273 Board
This board is comprised of the power supply circuit and the POWER SUPPLY MICON (power supply
-processor: IC1001 on the RE-273 board).
However, part of the low-voltage power supply is mounted on the DPR-311 board.
(1) Input power supply (UNREG) system operations
When the UNREG power is input, the EVER power state is established.
In this state, the ON/OFF state of the Power switch can be recognized.
If the POWER SUPPLY MICON (power supply -processor: IC1001) recognizes that Power switch is
ON, the power is turned on for the system control system and the POWER SUPPLY MICON (power
supply -processor: IC1001) controls the power supply for each block according to the system controller
(DPR-311 board: IC2900).
The normal value for the input power supply (UNREG) is in the range of about +10.5 V to +18 V.
. Battery/EXT-DC select
Input power comes in two systems: Battery and EXT-DC. This switch monitors the input voltage for
each input and automatically switches the circuit settings with priority given to EXT-DC.
. Input overvoltage protection
If the voltage is too high in the UNREG power supply, the overvoltage protection circuit starts operat-
ing around the set value of +17.9 V, and the camera shuts down. When the input power supply voltage
to this circuit becomes less than +17.9 V, the power supply immediately switches on with automatic
recovery.
. Input low-voltage protection
If the voltage is too low in the UNREG power supply, the low-voltage protection circuit starts operating
around the set value of +10.5 V according to the control by the POWER SUPPLY MICON (power
supply -processor: IC1001), and the camera shuts down. When the input power supply voltage be-
comes higher than +10.5 V, the power supply immediately switches on with automatic recovery accord-
ing to the control by the POWER SUPPLY MICON (power supply -processor: IC1001)
. Overcurrent detection
The overcurrent detection circuit is comprised of IC308 on the RE-272 board. The setting value is
approximately 4.3 (A). Even after clearing IC308 after overcurrent detection, automatic recovery is not
performed and the power must be turned on again.
. Power supply reverse connection protection
If the input power has reverse voltage, Q301 on the RE-272 board is immediately turned off and UN-
REG power is stopped on the GND side, and the protection function works.
. Power saving function during standby
When the power switch of the camera is turned off, the POWER SUPPLY MICON (power supply
-processor: IC1001) enters the Sleep mode in order to save the power by minimizing the detection
circuit of the camera power switch.
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(2) DC/DC converter function
The power supply output is divided into 25 systems, which are separated into four blocks as seen below.
. CMOS/camera block system, 7 systems
(+4.6 V, +3.1 V, UNREG, etc.)
. Audio/video signal system, 7 systems
(+13.5 V, _4.6 V, +4.6 V, etc.)
. System controller system, 5 systems
(+4.6 V, +3.1 V, +2.5 V, etc.)
. Media recording/playback system, 6 systems
(+3.1 V, +2.5 V, +1.8 V, etc.)
The sequence control (powering up and powering down) for the power supply system is controlled by the
POWER SUPPLY MICON (power supply -processor: IC1001) for the respective power supply blocks of
each block.
By turning off the power for each block according to the operation mode (camera mode or media mode),
the optimal power consumption for each operation is achieved.
. Short-circuit protection for each power supply system
The circuit settings monitor each output voltage or current for each power supply system and operate
the protection circuits per block.
Even after the protection circuit is cleared, automatic recovery is not performed and the power must be
turned on again.
Even after short-circuit is cleared, the protection circuit does not recover automatically and the power
must be turned on again.
(3) Battery information functions
. Battery authentication function
The authentication function checks whether the battery is of the specied type. This helps prevent one
cause of major accidents when using batteries as a power supply. If the attached batter is not the speci-
ed type of batter, the camera immediately turns off.
. Battery Info function
In an intelligent (specied) battery, the battery can monitor information, such as how many times the
battery has been recycled or the internal temperature for the battery. This helps provide detailed infor-
mation about the battery, including whether the battery is damaged or how long the life is, in order to
provide optimal operations.
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1-4. Service Tools/Measuring Equipment List
1-4-1. Service Tools
Figure No. Part No. Name Usage/Note
1 Commercially available Grayscale chart Reective type (16 : 9), Camera adjustment on market
2 Commercially available Star chart Reective type, camera adjustment on market
3 J-6394-080-A Grayscale chart Transparent type (16 : 9), Camera adjustment on market
4 J-6029-140-B Pattern box PTB-500 Camera adjustment
5 * Mini USB cable For rmware version-upgrade
6 3-292-755-01 XLR tool For removing the mounted circuit board
7 J-6325-110-A Bit for torque driver (M1.4/M1.7) For tightening screw
J-6325-380-A Bit for torque driver (M2)
8 J-6326-120-A Hexagon bit (For torque screwdriver) For tightening screw
(size 1.5)
9 J-6325-400-A Torque driver (3 kg.cm) (0.3 N.m) For tightening screw
J-6252-510-A Torque driver (6 kg.cm) (0.6 N.m)
!/ 7-432-114-11 Locking compound 200 g For preventing screw from being loosened
!- 7-651-000-10 Sony (SGL-601) 50 g grease Lubricant
* : This cable is supplied with PMW-EX1R.
_, _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _
1-4-2. Measuring Equipment
Use the calibrated equipment or equivalent as listed below for the adjustments.
Equipment Model name
Oscilloscope Tektronix TDS3054 or equivalent (150 MHz or more)
HD waveform monitor LEADER ELECTRONICS CORP.LV5152DA or equivalent
Frequency counter Advantest TR5821AK or equivalent
Digital voltmeter Advantest TR6845 or equivalent
Color monitor Sony HDM-20E1U/14E1U/14E5U or equivalent
Luminance meter Konica Minolta LS-110 or equivalent
1-13 (E) PMW-EX1R
1-5. Firmware Upgrade
Upgrade the rmware for the PMW-EX1R through a USB connection to a computer.
For detailed information about the upgrade procedure, check the readme le that comes with the upgrade
software.
For inquiry or comments about the rmware upgrade, please contact the Sony sales ofce.
Firmware Upgrade Procedure
Download the software for the new rmware upgrade onto the computer before starting these operations.
1. Check that the power switch on the PMW-EX1R is turned OFF.
2. Remove the cover on the USB maintenance connector.
3. Use the USB connector that comes with the PMW-EX1R to connect the computer and the USB
maintenance connector.
4. Switch the power switch to CAMERA and turn the power ON.
5. Run the software for the rmware upgrade on the computer.
6. When the upgrade is complete, turn OFF the power and remove the USB cable.
7. Attach the cover on the USB maintenance connector.
When the PMW-EX1R is connected to the computer for the rst time, the driver software will need to be
installed into the computer. For more details, check the readme le that comes with the upgrade software.
USB maintenance connector
Cover
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1-6. Recommended Replacement Parts
This section describes the recommended replacement parts and recommended replacement time.
ID Part name Sony part No. Recommended replacement timing
1 Eye cup 4-164-856-01 Check for deformation and deterioration from time to time.
2 Lens hood 4-179-065-01
Replace it as necessary.
1
2
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1-7. Circuit Protection Part List
1-7-1. Circuit Protection Element
This unit is equipped with the positive characteristics thermister (s) (power thermister) as the circuit
protection element. The positive characteristics thermister limits the electric current owing through the
circuit as the internal resistance increases when an excessive current ows or when the ambient tempera-
ture increases.
If the positive characteristics thermister works, turn off the main power of the unit and inspect the internal
circuit of this unit. After the cause of the fault is eliminated and the positive characteristics thermister is
cooled down, turn on the main power again. The unit works normally.
It takes about one minute to cool down the positive characteristics thermister after the main power is
turned off.
Board Ref. No. (Address) Part No. Hold Current
CN-3273 THP1 (A-1/Side A) ! 1-805-726-11 0.20 A/25dC
THP2 (A-1/Side A)
THP3 (A-1/Side A)
THP4 (A-1/Side A)
1-7-2. Replacing Fuse
w
The fuse is an essential part for safe operation.
Replace the components with Sony parts whose part numbers appear in the manual published by Sony. If
the components are replaced with any parts other than the specied ones, this may cause a re or electric
shock.
c
If the fuse is replaced while the main power is kept on, this may cause electric shock.
Before replacing the fuse, not only turn off the POWER switch but also disconnect the cable that is con-
nected to the DC IN connector.
This unit is equipped with fuses.
The fuses blow if an excessive current ows due to abnormality inside the equipment. If fuses blow, turn
off the main power of the equipment once, and inspect inside of the equipment and remove the cause of
excessive current. After that, replace the fuses.
Board Ref. No. (Address) Part No./Name
RE-272 F1 (B-1/Side B) ! 1-533-627-21 Fuse 5 A, 125 V
F2 (A-2/Side B)
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1-8. Note on Service
1-8-1. Requirements on Replacement of Boards or Parts
This section explains the necessary setups required when replacing boards or parts.
1. When any of the following boards is replaced, upgrade the rmware version.
All data are written at once when upgrading the rmware version. (Refer to Section 1-5.)
Board name : . DPR-311
. KSW-55
. SWC-50
. ASW-68
. RE-273
. TX-131
2. Adjusted values are stored in the following boards and parts. The values need to be readjusted when
they are replaced.
For readjustment, the dedicated service software ServiceNavi-EX is required.
(Refer to Section 4-1.)
Board name : . DPR-311
*1
. IF-1127
*2
Part name : . CMOS block
. EVF block
. LCD module
*2
*1: The adjusted values for the CMOS block, the EVF block, and the LCD module are stored in the DPR-311 board.
*2: The adjusted values for the LCD module are stored in the LCD module (IF-1127 board), but the adjusted values need to be
copied to the DPR-311 board.
3. The user setting values are stored in IC3250 on the DPR-311 board. The user data must be stored (Re-
store) in SxS before replacing the board and it must be read (Recall) after replacing the board.
1-8-2. Requirements on Replacement of Lens
When the lens is replaced, perform the ange-back adjustment.
1-8-3. Note on Replacement of Parts on the Board
1. The BI-202, BI-203 and BI-204 boards cannot be replaced on the board-level service or part-level
service. If parts become defective, replace the entire CMOS block.
2. Parts labels also cannot be replaced in the respective boards. If parts become defective, replace the
entire mounted board.
1-8-4. Description of Number Seal on the Prism
The number seal is put in the prism unit, the serial number of prism unit.
Every prism unit has its own number called prism serial number.
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1-8-5. Memory Backup Battery
For replacing the battery, refer to Backup Battery of the Appendixes in the Operating Instructions.
When the backup battery is replaced, the date and time in the internal clock need to be set. Refer to Set-
ting the Clock of the Preparations in the Operating Instructions.
1-8-6. Unleaded Solder
Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with a lead free mark (LF) indicating the solder
contains no lead.
(Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with the lead free mark due to their particular
size.)
: LEAD FREE MARK
m
. Be sure to use the unleaded solder for the printed circuit board printed with the lead free mark.
. The unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 dC higher than the ordinary solder, therefore, it is
recommended to use the soldering iron having a temperature regulator.
. The ordinary soldering iron can be used but the iron tip has to be applied to the solder joint for a slightly
longer time. The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the heated tip is applied for too long, so
be careful.
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1-9. Connector Location Diagram on Board
The PWM-EX1R uses exible card wires and coaxial cables with connector. The following diagrams
indicate the location of each connector. The location of exible card cables are indicated by the circle
number A and B, and the location of coaxial cables with connector are indicated by the circle number
C and D
ASW-68 board (B side) AU-326 board (B side)
DPR-311 board (A side) KSW-55 board (A side)
EC-68 board (B side) DR-644 board (A side)
TX-131 board (B side) VIF-46 board (B side)
CN302
_
CN100
_
CN2400
CN2401
CN3401
CN3402
CN900
_
_
_
_
_
C
N
1
C
N
3
_ _
CN1
_
CN5
_
CN901
_
CN1
_
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1-10. Connecting/Disconnecting the Flexible Card Wire
This unit uses the two types connectors for the exible card wires.
m
. Be very careful not to fold the exible card wire. Life of exible card wire will be signicantly short-
ened if it is folded.
. The exible card wire has the conductor side and the insulated area. If the conductor side and the insu-
lated area are connected in the wrong direction, the circuit will not function.
. Insert the exible card wire straight.
. Ensure that the conduction surface of the exible card wire is not contaminated.
Type A
Disconnecting
Open the latch of the connector in the direction of arrow A to unlock, and disconnect the exible card wire.
Connecting
1. Insert the exible card wire rmly as far as it will go, with the insulated side up.
2. Close the latch of the connector in the direction of arrow B to lock.
Type B
Disconnecting
Open the latch of the connector in the direction of arrow C to unlock, and disconnect the exible card wire.
Connecting
1. Insert the exible card wire rmly as far as it will go, with its insulated side facing front.
2. Close the latch of the connector in the direction of arrow D to lock.
Disconnecting Connecting
Flexible card wire
Flexible card wire
Connector
Latch
Latch
Connector
Insulated side
Insulated side
A
B
Disconnecting
Connecting
Flexible card wire
Connector
Insulated side
Insulated side
Latch
C
Flexible card wire
Connector
Latch D
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1-11. Replacing the Coaxial Cable with Connector (Fine Pitch Coaxial Cable)
This unit uses coaxial cables with connector.
The following precautions must be observed when removing or connecting the coaxial cable with connector.
m
. The coaxial cable with connector uses ne pitch coaxial cables. Be careful when arranging the cable.
. When disconnecting the coaxial cable with connector, do not attempt to remove by pulling the cable.
Be sure to hold the connector to remove.
. Do not insert the coaxial cable with connector at an angle.
. Check that the contact on the coaxial cable with connector is free from dirt or dust.
. When connecting the coaxial cable with connector, hold the connector, and align the polarity marks.
Then connect the coaxial cable with connector to the connector straight.
Disconnecting
Disconnect the coaxial cable with connector while holding the connector.
Connecting
Insert the connector of the coaxial cable with connector rmly as far as it will go.
Hold the connector to disconnect.
[OK]
Do not attempt to disconnect by
pulling the cables.
[NG]
Type C
Type D
Type C
Type D
I
P
X
Coaxial cable
with connector
Connector
Coaxial cable
with connector
Connector
Type C Type D
2-1 (E) PMW-EX1R
Section 2
Replacement of Main Parts
2-1. Outline of Replacement Procedures
The following gures show the ow for removing the main parts. Refer to Section 2-2 for details of the replacement proce-
dures.
Cover (center) assembly
Battery
START
Handle cover
(upper) assembly
Microphone
holder
Tripod
washer (D)
Express card
assembly RE-273 board
RE-272 board
TX-131 board
DPR-311 board
Case (bottom) R
Battery case
Prism assembly
ND filter
Case L
assembly
Case R
EVF assembly
Handle
assembly
Inside panel
assembly
Rear panel assembly
Outside panel
assembly
Battery lid
Lithium battery
Front panel
assembly
Case (bottom) L
2-2 (E) PMW-EX1R
2-2. Replacement Procedures
m
. When tightening screw, be sure to tighten it with the specied tightening torque.
. When reinstalling the removed tapping screw again, tighten it with slightly loose torque not to damage the threads of the
component side.
. If the tightening torque is not specied in a specic item, use the tightening torque as specied below.
M2 (+) screw: 18 x 10
_2
?0.02 N.m (1.8 ?0.2 kgf.cm)
M2.6 (+) screw: 53 x 10
_2
?0.07 N.m (5.3 ?0.7 kgf.cm)
M3 (+) screw: 80 x 10 ?0.01 N.m (8.0 ?0.1 kgf.cm)
. The life of the exible board and the exible card wire will be signicantly shortened if they are folded. Be very careful
not to fold them.
. The coaxial cable with connector uses ne pitch coaxial cables. Be careful when arranging the cable.
. When disconnecting the coaxial cable with connector, do not attempt to remove by pulling the cable. Be sure to hold the
connector to remove.
2-2-1. Lithium Battery
1. Remove the screw, and remove the lithium
battery lid.
2. Remove the lithium battery.
3. Reinstall the lithium battery by reversing the
steps of removal.
Lithium battery lid
Three claws
M2 x 4
(Black)
Lithium battery
Battery holder
Removing lithium battery
2-2-2. Case (Bottom) L/R and Front
Panel Assembly
1. Remove the lithium battery.
(Refer to Section 2-2-1.)
2. Remove the four screws of a, and remove
the tripod washer (D).
3. Remove the ve screws of b, and remove
the case (bottom) L in the direction of the
arrow.
4. Remove the case (bottom) R.
n
Be careful not to drop or damage the USB cover.
Case (bottom) L
Claw
Case
(bottom) R

Tripod (D)
: M2 x 6 (Black)
: M2 x 4 (Black)
USB cover
2-3 (E) PMW-EX1R
5. Remove the two dowels, and remove the front
panel assembly.
6. Reinstall case (bottom) L/R and Front panel
assembly by reversing the steps of removal.
n
When installing the front panel assembly, check if
the position of the slide switch (S2) on the
SW-1478 board matches the position of the
SHUTTER knob.
Two dowels
Front panel assembly
SW-1478 board
Slide switch
S2
Shutter knob
SW-1478 board
Front panel assembly
2-4 (E) PMW-EX1R
2-2-3. Microphone Holder Assembly
1. Open the microphone holder assembly.
2. Remove the two screws, and remove the
microphone holder assembly.
3. Reinstall the microphone holder assembly by
reversing the steps of removal.
Microphone holder
assembly
B2.6 x 6
2-2-4. EVF Assembly
1. Remove the microphone holder assembly.
(Refer to Section 2-2-3.)
2. Remove the four screws.
3. Disengage the two claws on the front of the
handle cover (upper) assembly rst. Then
remove the rear of the handle cover (upper)
assembly from the EVF assembly.

n
Be careful not to drop the rubber SW key.
M2 x 4
(black)
M2 x 4
(black)
Claws
Rubber SW key
Handle cover
(upper)
assembly
2-5 (E) PMW-EX1R
4. Remove the screw of a.
5. Disengage the two claws and n, and remove
the handle cover rear assembly.
6. Remove the four screws of b, and remove
the rear accessory shoe.
7. Disconnect the HN-363 board from the
connector (CN3) on the DR-644 board.
n
The life of the exible board and the exible
card wire will be signicantly shortened if
they are folded. Be very careful not to fold
them.
8. Remove the four screws of c, and remove
the EVF assembly.
9. Reinstall the EVF assembly by reversing the
steps of removal.

Handle cover
rear assembly
Claws
Fin
: M2 x 3 (silver)
: M2 x 4 (black)
: M2 x 4 (black)
EVF
assembly
HN-363
board
DR-644 board
CN3
Rear accessory
shoe
2-2-5. Handle Assembly
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-3 to 2-2-4 and
disassemble the unit up to EVF Assembly
removal.
2. Remove the four screws of a, and remove
the cover (center) assembly.
3. Disconnect the connector (CN2) on the
HN-361 board from the connector (CN1) on
the HN-360 board.
n
When installing the cover (center) assembly,
check if the position of the slide switch (S503) on
the DR-644 board matches the position of the
knob (LCD B.LIGHT).

Slide switch
S503
: M2 x 2 (black)
Cover (center)
assembly
HN-360 board
(CN1)
HN-361 board
(CN2)
DR-644 board
Knob
(LCD B.LIGHT)
2-6 (E) PMW-EX1R
4. Disconnect the harness from the connector
(CN104) on the LED-491 board.
5. Disconnect the exible card wire (30 core)
from the connector (CN1) on the DR-644
board.
6. Remove the three screws of b that x the
control switch block.
b
b
b
LED-491 board
CN104
Harness
DR-644 board
CN1
Flexible card wire
(30 core)
b: PSW2 x 5 (silver)
Control switch block
7. Remove the ve screws of c and one screw
of d, and disconnect the coaxial cable with
connector from the connector (CN700) on the
DPR-311 board.
8. Remove the handle assembly while pulling
off the exible card wire (30 core).
m
. The coaxial cable with connector uses ne pitch
coaxial cables. Be careful when arranging the
cable.
. When disconnecting the coaxial cable with
connector, do not attempt to remove by pulling
the cable. Be sure to hold the connector to
remove.
9. Reinstall the handle assembly by reversing
the steps of removal.
c
d
c
c
c
DPR-311 board
CN700
Flexible card wire
(30 core)
Coaxial cable
with connector
Handle assembly
c: P2.6 x 5 (black)
d: M2 x 4 (black)
2-7 (E) PMW-EX1R
2-2-6. DAP-41 Board and AU-326
Board
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-1 to 2-2-2 and
disassemble the unit up to Case Bottom L/R
and Front Panel Assembly removal.
2. Remove the two screws of a, and disassem-
bly the bottom support assembly.
3. Disconnect the SWC-50 board and HN-356
board from the connectors (CN104 and
CN107) on the DAP-41 board.
4. Disconnect the harnesses from the connectors
(CN101, CN102 and CN103) on the DAP-41
board.
5. Remove the three screws of b, and discon-
nect the connector (CN200) on the DAP-41
board from the connector (CN101) on the
AU-326 board.
6. Remove the screw of c.
7. While pushing case R lightly in the direction
of the arrow, remove the DAP-41 board.
Case R

CN102
CN200
CN101
CN104
CN107
CN103

Bottom support
assembly
Harnesses
Harness
SWC-50
board
AU-326 board
CN101
HN-356 board
DAP-41 board
: M2 x 3 (silver)
: M2 x 3 (silver)
: M2 x 4 (black)
8. Disconnect the HN-360 board from the
connector (CN100) on the AU-326 board.
9. Remove the four screws of d, and remove
the AU-326 board.
10. Reinstall the DAP-41 board and AU-326
board by reversing the steps of removal.

CN100
AU-326 board
: M2 x 3 (silver)
HN-360 board
2-8 (E) PMW-EX1R
2-2-7. SW-1478 Board
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-1 to 2-2-2 and
disassemble the unit up to Case Bottom L/R
and Front Panel Assembly removal.
2. Remove the two screws.
3. Disconnect the harness from the connector
(CN1) on the SW-1478 board and remove the
SW-1478 board.
4. Reinstall the SW-1478 board by reversing the
steps of removal.
SW-1478 board
Harness
M2 x 3 (silver)
CN1
2-2-8. Inside Panel Assembly/Outside
Panel Assembly
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-1 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Remove the two screws of a and one screw
of b, and remove the inside panel assembly.
a
b
Inside panel assembly
b: M2 x 4 (silver)
a: M2 x 4 (silver)
2-9 (E) PMW-EX1R
3. Remove the two screws of c and one screw
of d, and remove the outside panel assem-
bly.
n
When removing the outside panel assembly,
be careful not to drop the battery release
button.
d
c
d: M2 x 4 (silver)
c: M2 x 4 (silver)
Battery release
button
Outside panel assembly
Gasket
4. Remove the screw of e, and remove the
outside harness holder.
5. Disconnect the harness and coaxial cable with
connector from the connectors (CN1 and
CN3) on the VIF-46 board.
e
CN3
CN1
VIF-46 board
Outside
harness holder
Harness
Coaxial cable
with connector
e: M2 x 3 (silver)
6. Peel off the tape from the inside of the outside
panel assembly.
7. Disconnect the harness from the connector
(CN2) on the VIF-46 board.
8. Reinstall the inside panel assembly/outside
panel assembly by reversing the steps of
removal.
n
Be careful that no harness should be caught.
CN2
Harness
Tape
VIF-46 board
2-10 (E) PMW-EX1R
2-2-9. Rear Panel Assembly
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-1 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Refer to Section 2-2-8 and disassemble the
unit up to Inside Panel Assembly/Outside
Panel Assembly removal.
3. Remove the two screws of a that x the
SW-1484 board.
4. Remove the four screws of b.
5. Disconnect the harness from the connector
(CN1) on the RE-272 board.
6. Disconnect the CN-3273 (exible board)
from the connector (CN101) on the ASW-68
board.
7. Reinstall the rear panel assembly by reversing
the steps of removal.
CN-3273
board
RE-272 board
(CN1)
Harness
ASW-68 board
(CN101)
Rear panel
assembly
SW-1484
board
a
b
b
a
a: M2 x 3 (silver)
b: M2 x 4 (black)
2-11 (E) PMW-EX1R
2-2-10. Express Card Assembly
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-1 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Refer to Sections from 2-2-8 to 2-2-9 and
disassemble the unit up to Rear Panel As-
sembly removal.
3. Disconnect the coaxial cable with connectors
from connectors on the two EC-68 boards.
4. Remove the two screws.
Coaxial cable
with connector
(slot A)
Coaxial cable
with connector
(slot B)
EC-68 board
M2 x 3
(silver)
M2 x 3
(silver)
5. Remove the two screws, and remove the
express card assembly in the direction of the
arrow.
6. Reinstall the express card assembly by revers-
ing the steps of removal.
Express card assembly
M2 x 3
(silver)
2-12 (E) PMW-EX1R
2-2-11. RE-272 Board and RE-273
Board
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-1 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Refer to Sections from 2-2-8 to 2-2-10 and
disassemble the unit up to Express Card
Assembly removal.
3. Remove the screw of a, and remove the top
plate in the direction of the arrow.
4. Remove the four screws of b.
5. Disconnect the connector that connects the
RE-272 board and the RE-273 board.
6. Disconnect the CN-3259 (exible board)
from the connector (CN1) on the RE-273
board, and remove the RE-273 board.

CN1
Top plate
RE-273 board
RE-272 board
CN-3259 board
: M2 x 3 (silver)
: M2 x 3 (silver)
Claw
7. Remove the two screws of c, and remove
the inside button holder.
8. Remove the four screws of d, and remove
the DD CON holder.
9. Disconnect the harnesses from the connector
(CN2) on the RE-272 board.
10. Disconnect the CN-3258 (exible board)
from the connector (CN200) on the RE-272
board, and remove the RE-272 board.
11. Reinstall the RE-272 board and RE-273 board
by reversing the steps of removal.

Harness
CN2
RE-272 board
CN200
CN-3258 board
Inside button
holder
DD CON holder
: M2 x 3 (silver)
: M2 x 3 (silver)
2-13 (E) PMW-EX1R
2-2-12. Battery Case, TX-131 Board
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-1 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Refer to Sections from 2-2-8 to 2-2-11 and
disassemble the unit up to RE-272 Board
and RE-273 Board removal.
3. Remove the ve screws of a, and remove
the battery case assembly.
4. Remove the two screws of b, and remove
the bottom support assembly.
n
When replacing the battery case assembly, be sure
to also replace the battery case gasket and the
inside bottom gasket at the same time.
b: M2 x 3 (silver)
a: M2 x 4 (black)
a
a
a
a
a
Battery case assembly
Bottom support
assembly
b
Battery case gasket
Inside bottom gasket
5. Remove the screw of c, and remove the
CN-3273 board from the i-Link holder.
6. Remove the screw of d.
7. Remove the three screws of e, and remove
the i-Link holder.
i-Link holder
CN-3273 board

: M2 x 2 (black)
: M2 x 3 (silver)
: M2 x 3 (silver)
2-14 (E) PMW-EX1R
8. Remove the four screws of f.
9. Remove the center frame rear carefully not to
damage the CN-3273 board.
10. Remove the ex board holder in the direction
of the arrow.
11. Disconnect the harness and coaxial cable with
connector from the connectors on the TX-131
board.
f
f
f: M2 x 3 (silver) Center frame rear
CN-3273 board
TX-131 board
Harness
Coaxial cable
with connector
Flex board
holder
12. Remove the screw of g, and remove the
main harness holder.
13. Disconnect the coaxial cable from the coaxial
connector.
14. Remove the two screws of h, remove the
coaxial connector.
15. Remove the four screws of i, remove the
bottom plate.
h
g
h
i
i
i
g: M2 x 3 (silver)
h: M2 x 3 (silver)
i: M2 x 3 (silver)
Coaxial cable
Coaxial connector
Bottom plate
Main harness
holder
k
k
k: B2 x 3 (silver)
Coaxial cable
TX-131 board
16. Disconnect the coaxial cable from the con-
nector on the TX-131 board.
17. Remove the four screws of k, and remove
the TX-131 board.
18. Reinstall the battery case and the TX-131
board by reversing the steps of removal.
2-15 (E) PMW-EX1R
2-2-13. DPR-311 Board
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-1 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Refer to Sections from 2-2-8 to 2-2-12 and
disassemble the unit up to Battery Case,
TX-131 Board removal.
3. Peel off the portion of the heat transfer sheet
(top) ( portion) that is adhered to the rear
main frame.
n
The characteristic of the heat transfer sheet
(carbon sheet) deteriorates if it is damaged or
folded. Be careful when handling it.
4. Remove the four screws, and remove the
main heat spreader.
Main heat spreader
Adhered
portion
Rear main frame
Heat transfer
sheet (top)
M2 x 4
(silver)
M2 x 4
(silver)
5. Disconnect the CN-3258 board, CN-3259
board, CN-3273 board and HN-356 board
from the connectors on the DPR-311 board.
6. Disconnect the exible boards of prism
assembly from the three connectors on the
DPR-311 board.
7. Disconnect the exible card wire (30 core)
and two coaxial cable with connectors from
the connectors on the DPR-311 board.
8. Remove the DPR-311 board.
9. Reinstall the DPR-311 board by reversing the
steps of removal.
DPR-311
board
CN-3259 board
CN-3258 board
CN-3273 board
HN-356 board
Flexible card
wire (30 core)
Coaxial cable
with connector
Flexible boards of
prism assembly
2-16 (E) PMW-EX1R
2-2-14. Case L Assembly
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-1 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Refer to Sections from 2-2-8 to 2-2-13 and
disassemble the unit up to DPR-311 Board
removal.
3. Remove the three screws of a, and remove
the rear main frame.
4. Remove the two screws of b, and remove
the HN-360 board in the direction of the
arrow.
a
b
a
a: M2 x 4 (silver)
b: M2 x 3 (silver)
Rear main frame
HN-360 board
5. Disconnect the SWC-50 board from the
connector (CN104) on the DAP-41 board.
6. Disconnect the HN-360 board from the
connector (CN2) on the AU-326 board.
HN-360
board
SWC-50
board
DAP-41 board
CN104
AU-326 board
CN2
2-17 (E) PMW-EX1R
7. Remove the four screws of c.
8. Remove the case L assembly carefully not to
damage the exible board.
9. Reinstall the case L assembly by reversing the
steps of removal.
m
. Check if the position of the ND lter knob
matches the position of the lever.
. Be careful with the position of the exible
board from the prism block when installing
the case L assembly.
Case L assembly
ND filter
knob
Lever
Flexible boards
of prism assembly
c
c
c: M2 x 4 (black)
2-2-15. Case R
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-1 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Refer to Sections from 2-2-8 to 2-2-14 and
disassemble the unit up to Case L Assembly
removal.
3. Remove the screw of a, and remove the
cover.
4. Remove the one screw of b and two screws
of c, and remove the case R.
5. Reinstall the case R by reversing the steps of
removal.
Case R
Cover
b: M2 x 4 (black)
c: M2 x 3 (silver)
a: M2 x 4 (black)
a
b
c
2-18 (E) PMW-EX1R
2-2-16. Prism Assembly
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-1 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Refer to Sections from 2-2-8 to 2-2-15 and
disassemble the unit up to Case R removal.
3. Remove the screw of a, and remove the
plate.
4. Peel off the adhered portion of the C MOS
exible sheet.
5. Remove the four screws of b, and remove
the prism assembly.
6. Reinstall the prism assembly by reversing the
steps of removal.
n
When installing, check that the two position-
ing holes of the prism assembly are aligned
with the dowels.
Plate
: M2 x 3 (silver)
: Tapping M2 x 5 (black)

Prism assembly
Adhesion position
Adhered portion of
C MOS flexible sheet
dowels
Positioning holes
2-2-17. ND Filter
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-1 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Refer to Sections from 2-2-8 to 2-2-16 and
disassemble the unit up to Prism Assembly
removal.
3. Disconnect the harness from the connector on
the ND lter.
4. Remove the three screws and remove the ND
lter by drawing the lever block of the ND
lter out of the hole of the main frame.
5. Reinstall the ND lter by reversing the steps
of removal.
m
. When installing, check that the two posi-
tioning holes of the ND lter are aligned
with the dowels.
. When reinstalling the ND lter, loosely x
the three screws, and then fully tighten
them while paying attention not to deform
the ND lter.
P2.6 x 5
P2.6 x 5
ND filter
Connector
Harness
Hole of the
main frame
dowels
Lever block
Positioning
holes
2-19 (E) PMW-EX1R
2-2-18. Lens Unit
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-1 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Refer to Sections from 2-2-8 to 2-2-17 and
disassemble the unit up to ND lter remov-
al.
3. Remove the ve screws, and remove the front
frame.
4. Reinstall the lens unit by reversing the steps
of removal.
n
When installing, align the positioning pin of
the lens unit with the positioning hole of the
main frame.
Front frame
Lens unit
Positioning hole
Positioning pin
P2.6 x 5
P2.6 x 5
P2.6 x 5
2-2-19. DR-644 Board
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-3 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Disconnect the harnesses from the connector
(CN2) on the DP-644 board.
3. Remove the two screws, and remove the
DR-644 board.
4. Reinstall the DR-644 board by reversing the
steps of removal.
n
When installing the DR-644 board, check if
the position of the slide switch (S1) on the
DR-644 board matches the position of the
knob.
M2 x 3
(silver)
CN2
DR-644 board
DR-644 board
Knob
Slide switch
S1
2-20 (E) PMW-EX1R
2-2-20. LED-491 Board
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-3 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Remove the connector cover from the head-
phone jack of the LED-491 board.
3. Remove the three screws of a, and remove
the LED-491 bracket and the LED-491 board
in the direction of the arrow.
4. Remove the three screws of b and the M6
nut, and remove the LED-491 bracket.
5. Disconnect the harness from the connector
(CN11) on the LED-491 board, and remove
the LED-491 board.
6. Reinstall the LED-491 board by reversing the
steps of removal.
Connector
cover
LED-491 bracket,
LED-491 board
CN11
LED-491
bracket
M6 nut
LED-491 board

: M2 x 3 (silver)
: M2 x 3 (silver)
2-2-21. Speaker
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-3 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Refer to Section 2-2-20 and disassemble the
unit up to LED-491 board removal.
3. Remove the two screws, and remove the
speaker holder.
n
Be careful not to drop the speaker grill.
4. Remove the speaker holder sheet, and remove
the speaker harness from the slit of the speak-
er holder.
5. Remove the speaker from the speaker holder.
6. Reinstall the speaker by reversing the steps of
removal.
Speaker holder
Speaker grill
Speaker
M2 x 3
Speaker
harness
Speaker
holder sheet
2-21 (E) PMW-EX1R
2-2-22. KSW-55 Board, HN-361 Board
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-3 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Remove the rubber SW key.
3. Disconnect the harnesses and AXM-42 board
from the connectors (CN2, CN3, CN5, CN6,
CN7) on the KSW-55 board.
4. Remove the four screws, and remove the
KSW-55 board.
CN3
CN2
M 2 x 3
(silver)
Control switch block
AXM-42 board
KSW-55 board
CN6
CN5
CN7
Rubber SW key
5. Disconnect the control switch block from the
connector (CN4) on the KSW-55 board.
6. Disconnect the HN-361 board from the
connector (CN1) on the KSW-55 board.
7. Reinstall the KSW-55 board and HN-361
board by reversing the steps of removal.
Control switch block
KSW-55 board
HN-361 board
CN4
CN1
2-22 (E) PMW-EX1R
2-2-23. Microphone Unit Assembly
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-3 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Refer to Section 2-2-22 and disassemble the
unit up to KSW-55 board, HN-361 board
removal.
3. Turn the LCD block in the direction of arrow
A.
4. Remove the four screws and disengage the
four claws, and remove the blind plate in the
direction of arrow B.
5. Remove the two screws.
6. Pull out the harness (KSW53-MA161) and
the harness (KSW53-RM213) from the hole
on the handle in the direction of arrow C.
7. Remove the microphone unit assembly in the
direction of arrow D.
n
Be careful not to hook or damage the har-
nesses.
8. Reinstall the microphone unit assembly by
reversing the steps of removal.
C
D
Tapping
M2 x 5 (black)
hole on the handle
Harness (KSW53-MA161)
Harness (KSW53-RM213)
Microphone unit assembly
B
A
Four claws
M2 x 4 (black)
Blind plate
Blind plate
LCD block
2-23 (E) PMW-EX1R
2-2-24. Microphone Unit
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-3 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Refer to Sections from 2-2-22 to 2-2-23 and
disassemble the unit up to Microphone Unit
Assembly removal.
3. Slightly peel off the sheet attached to the
microphone cover.
n
When reinstalling the microphone unit, attach
the sheet to the original position.
Sheet
Microphone cover
Peel off slightly.
4. Remove the three screws of a, and remove
the microphone case.
5. Remove the screw of b, and remove the
microphone cover.

Microphone unit
Microphone cover
Microphone case
: Tapping M2 x 5 (black)
: Tapping M2 x 5 (black)
Microphone unit
RM-224 board
Harness
(KSW53-RM213)
c : Tapping M2 x 5 (black)
d : Tapping M2 x 5 (black)
MA-183 board
Harness
(KSW53-MA161)
c
MA cushion
CN1
CN1
CN3
d
CN2
6. Disconnect the harness (KSW53-MA161)
(CN3) and the microphone unit harness (CN1,
CN2) from the MA-183 board.
7. Remove the two screws of c, and remove
the MA-183 board.
8. Disconnect the harnesses (KSW53-RM213)
(CN1) from the RM-224 board.
9. Remove the screw of d, and remove the
RM-224 board.
10. Reinstall the microphone unit by reversing
the steps of removal.
n
When assembling, attach the MA CUSHION
to the original place.
2-24 (E) PMW-EX1R
2-2-25. DET-52 Board
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-3 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Turn the LCD block in the direction of the
arrow.
3. Remove the two screws of a, and remove
the hinge cover top.
4. Disconnect the harnesses (CN1) from the
connector on the DET-52 board.
5. Remove the screw of b, and remove the
DET-52 board and the DET44 t plate.
6. Remove the two screws of c, and remove
the DET-52 board from the DET44 t plate.
7. Reinstall the DET-52 board by reversing the
steps of removal.

Hinge cover top


: M2 x 4 (black)
: M1.4 x 2.5 (silver)
: M1.4 x 2.5 (silver)
LCD block
DET-52 board,
DET44 fit plate
CN1
DET-52 board
DET44 fit plate
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2-2-26. 3.5-inch LCD Assembly
1. Refer to Sections from 2-2-3 to 2-2-5 and
disassemble the unit up to Handle Assem-
bly removal.
2. Turn the LCD block in the direction of arrow
A.
3. Remove the two screws and disengage the
two claws, and remove the LCD cabinet in
the direction of arrow B.
4. Disconnect the coaxial cable with connector
from the IF-1127 board.
5. Remove the four screws and the LCD pack-
ing, and remove the 3.5-inch LCD assembly.
6. Reinstall the 3.5-inch LCD assembly by
reversing the steps of removal.
Connector
(IF-1127 board)
3.5-inch LCD assembly
M2 x 3
(silver)
LCD packing
Coaxial cable
with connector
LCD bezel
B
A
M2 x 4 (black) LCD cabinet
Two claws
LCD block
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2-2-27. Replacing the Parts in the
Lens Grip
Removing the grip cover
1. Remove the three screws a, and remove the
screw b. (Fig. 1)
2. Remove the grip cover in the direction of the
arrow.(Fig. 1)
3. Disconnect the harness from the connector of
the T/W zoom switch. (Fig. 2)
Replacing the cap (START/STOP)
1. Remove the cap (START/STOP) by pushing it
in from the outside of the grip cover. (Fig. 3)
2. Install the new cap (START/STOP) by align-
ing its notch with the protrusion of the grip
cover. (Fig. 3)
Installing the grip cover
Reinstall the grip cover by reversing the steps of
removal.
Replacing the grip belt
1. Separate the grip belt from the buckle, and
remove the pad. (Fig. 4)
2. Pull it off the grip belt from the grip cover.
(Fig. 4)
3. Install the new grip belt by reversing the steps
of removal. (Fig. 4)
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4

: P2.6 x 6 (silver)
: M3 x 6 (black)

T/W zoom switch


Harness

Cap
START/STOP
Notch
Grip cover
Grip cover
Protrusion
Grip cover
Grip belt
Pad
Buckle
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Section 3
SERVICE Menu
3-1. Outline of SERVICE Menu
3-1-1. Basic Menu Operations
Basic Menu Operation
Press the MENU button to enter the menu mode. Press the PICTURE PROFILE button, the MENU
button, or the STATUS button while the menu is displayed to close the menu display. The menu display is
closed when the power is turned off.
1. Press the MENU button.
. The system enters the menu mode.
. For displaying the SERVICE menu, refer to section 3-1-3 of this manual.
2. Press the joystick to move the cursor to the desired setting item and press the SEL/SET button.
Exiting the Menu Mode
Press the MENU button again.
The system exits the menu mode to return to the normal camera mode.
3-1-2. SERVICE Menu Structure
The SERVICE menu consists of the three SERVICE dedicated menus and the six ordinary SETUP menus
for a total of nine menus.
SERVICE menu types (SERVICE dedicated menus)
Menu name Description
MAINTENANCE Adjustment of parameters
RPN CORRECT Operations regarding the RPN correction
INFORMATION Information display on the particular
PMW-EX1R and self-diagnostics
The MAINTENANCE menu and the RPN CORRECT menu can be operated in the CAMERA mode.
3-1-3. Displaying the SERVICE Menu
To display the SERVICE menu, the following operations are needed.
1. Close the LCD monitor.
2. Set the LCD B.LIGHT switch on the upper operation panel to the OFF position.
3. Set the GAIN switch on the side operation panel to the H position.
4. Press the CANCEL button, the MENU button, and the Jog dial at the same time.
5. When the LCD monitor is opened, the SERVICE menu is displayed.
. Pressing the MENU button again closes the SERVICE menu display.
. Once the SERVICE menu has been displayed, simply pressing the MENU button displays the SER-
VICE menu instead of the normal SETUP menu unless the power is turned off.
PICTURE
PROFILE
DC IN
AUTO
MANUAL
INTMIC
EXT
CH-1
OFF
CAMERA CANCEL MENU
SEL/SET
MEDIA
MENU button
CANCEL button
Jog dial
Rear panel
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3-2. SERVICE Menu List
3-2-1. MAINTENANCE Menu
Menu Item Submenu Item Choice Function
Test Saw _ On Turns On or Off the Test Saw
Off
Auto BLK _ Execute Starts up the auto black balance adjustment
Balance Cancel
Black Shading Setting On Turns On or Off the black shading correction
Off
Channel Sel G Selects the channel (R-ch or G-ch or B-ch) to execute black
B shading adjustment on
R (The present setup values of H Saw, H Para, V Saw and V
Para for the selected channel are displayed automatically)
H Saw _99 to +99 Adjusts the black shading H Saw correction level
H Para _99 to +99 Adjusts the black shading H Para correction level
V Saw _99 to +99 Adjusts the black shading V Saw correction level
V Para _99 to +99 Adjusts the black shading V Para correction level
Auto BLK Shad Execute Starts up the auto black shading correction
Cancel
White Shading Setting On Turns On or Off the white shading correction
Off
Channel Sel G Selects the channel (R-ch or G-ch or B-ch) to execute white
B shading adjustment on
R (The present setup values of H Saw, H Para, V Saw and V
Para of the selected channel are displayed automatically)
H Saw _99 to +99 Adjusts the white shading H Saw correction level
H Para _99 to +99 Adjusts the white shading H Para correction level
V Saw _99 to +99 Adjusts the white shading V Saw correction level
V Para _99 to +99 Adjusts the white shading V Para correction level
Flare G Flare _99 to +99 Adjusts the G-ch are correction level
B Flare _99 to +99 Adjusts the B-ch are correction level
R Flare _99 to +99 Adjusts the R-ch are correction level
3-2-2. RPN CORRECT Menu
Menu Item Submenu Item Choice Function
Auto Detection _ Execute Starts up automatic detection of RPN
Cancel
Correction Mode _ Concealment Selects the RPN correction mode that is used to register or
Compensation delete the manual registration
Channel _ G Selects and displays the channel (R-ch or G-ch or B-ch)
B to execute manual registration or deletion of RPN
R correction on
Cursor _ On Turns On or Off the RPN correction point indicator cursor
Off
Cursor H Position _ 1 to 1920 Displays and move the horizontal address of the RPN
correction point indicator cursor
Cursor V Position _ 1 to 1080 Displays and move the vertical address of the RPN
correction point indicator cursor
Cursor Next _ _ Moves the RPN correction point indicator cursor to the
next RPN point
Cursor Prev _ _ Moves the RPN correction point indicator cursor to the
previous RPN point
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Menu Item Submenu Item Choice Function
Compensation _ 0 to 255 Indicates the RPN compensation level
Level
Record _ Execute Registers the RPN
Cancel
Delete _ Execute Deletes the RPN
Cancel
Readout Mode _ Field Selects the CMOS readout mode
Frame
Reset _ Execute Deletes all the RPN that are registered after shipment
Cancel from the factory
3-2-3. INFORMATION Menu
Menu Item Submenu Item Choice Function
Serial Number _ _ Displays the serial number
Version _ _ Displays the software version number
Self Diag Diag Type Type1 Selects the self-diagnostic type
Type2
Item1 Execute Executes self-diagnostic Item 1
Cancel
Item2 Execute Executes self-diagnostic Item 2
Cancel
Item3 Execute Executes self-diagnostic Item 3
Cancel
Item4 Execute Executes self-diagnostic Item 4
Cancel
Item5 Execute Executes self-diagnostic Item 5
Cancel
Item6 Execute Executes self-diagnostic Item 6
Cancel
Item7 Execute Executes self-diagnostic Item 7
Cancel
Item8 Execute Executes self-diagnostic Item 8
Cancel
Item9 Execute Executes self-diagnostic Item 9
Cancel
Item10 Execute Executes self-diagnostic Item 10
Cancel
Item11 Execute Executes self-diagnostic Item 11
Cancel
Item12 _ Do not execute this item.
Item13 _ Do not execute this item.
Log Dump _ Execute Records the error log to media
Cancel
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3-3. Self-Diagnostic Function
Self Diag of INFORMATION menu enables the user to execute self-diagnosis of the equipment. When
Self Diag is run, the result of self-diagnosis appears regardless of whether the result is good or bad.
The self-diagnosis can be executed only under the following conditions. When executing the self-diagno-
sis, change to the following conditions with the SHUTTER switch and the SETUP menu.
. SHUTTER switch: Off lower front of the unit
. EX Slow Shutter: Off CAMERA menu
. Country: NTSC Area OTHERS menu
. Video Format: HQ1080/60i OTHERS menu
1. Self-diagnostic items
The following two types of self-diagnosis are provided.
In addition, since the system cannot be returned to normal operations after the self-diagnosis, the
power must be turned off and on again.
. Type1: Simple self-diagnosis
Use to execute a simple version of the self-diagnosis. This nishes in a short time.
. Type2: Complete self-diagnosis
This executes all items included in the Self Diag. Since complete self-diagnosis involves a memory
test and a complicated device test, this requires time to be completed.
Self-diagnostic item list
Item No. Self-diagnostic item Description
Item1 Image processor block Diagnosis of lens, CMOS block, and camera block
Item2 Display block Diagnosis of video signal system (LCD and base band signal
processing)
Item3 Media block Diagnosis of media recording and playback (encoder, decoder,
memory card, i.LINK and USB interface)
Item4 Audio block Diagnosis of audio input and output
Item5 System controller block Diagnosis of system controller system
Item6 Power block Diagnosis of power supply system
Item7 I/F between image processor Diagnosis of the signal line from camera signal processor IC to
and display block base band processing IC
Item8 Video I/F while recording between Diagnosis of the video signal line (recording direction) from base
display and media block band processing IC via encoder IC to AVIT signal processing IC
Item9 Video I/F while playing back Diagnosis of the video signal line (playback direction) from AVIT
between display and media block signal processing IC via decoder IC to base band processing IC
Item10 Audio I/F while recording between Diagnosis of the audio signal line (recording direction) from base
display and media block band processing IC to AVIT signal processing IC
Item11 Audio I/F while playing back Diagnosis of the audio signal line (playback direction) from AVIT
between display and media block signal processing IC to base band processing IC
Item12 Do not execute this item.
Item13 Do not execute this item.
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2. Procedure for the self-diagnosis
(1) Select the type of self-diagnosis (Type 1 or Type 2) in Diag Type.
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When Type 1/2 for an Item in the table is 1 only, the item executes only for type 1, and when it
is 2 only, it executes only for type 2. For 1, 2, the item executes for both type 1 and type 2.
(2) Select the Item of self-diagnosis from Item1 to Item11.
(3) When an Item is selected, Execute and Cancel appear. In addition, when Execute is selected, the
self-diagnosis of the selected Item starts.
(4) When the self-diagnosis is completed, the result of self-diagnosis appears.
Example of the display for results of self-diagnosis
Press the CANCEL button, joystick, or jog dial while displaying the result of self-diagnosis to return to
the INFORMATION menu.
The results of self-diagnosis
The result of self-diagnosis is composed of the diagnostic item ID (DiagID) for the Item and Try, Success,
and Result for the item. The result of the self-diagnosis for each item is displayed after execution.
Meaning of Try, Success, and Result
Category Description
Try Shows the number of trials of the self-diagnosis.
Success Shows the number of internal successes of the self-diagnosis.
Result Shows the result of the self-diagnosis. 0 means no problems.
When a value other than 0 is displayed, check the details for each self-diagnostic item.
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3. Details of self-diagnosis
This section describes self-diagnostic items included in each Item. The values in the Error value
column show the value for errors. The value is 0 when there is no error.
Item1: Image processor block diagnosis
Image processor block diagnosis analyzes the following contents.
(Type 1 takes about 10 seconds, Type 2 takes about three minutes.)
ID Diagnosis description Error value Type 1/2 Note
0x07 Lens driving check -1: Error in iris, focus, 2 only SERVO/MANU switch of zoom
zoom, or correction must be set to SERVO. Each
lens ring of zoom and iris automatically
turns during the diagnosis.
Therefore, make sure not to touch
rings during the diagnosis.
(The focus ring does not turn.)
0x08 Number of RPN -1: Exceeding RPN max 1, 2 _
registrations check number
0x09 Reading/Writing data test to -1: CMOS Read/Write NG 1, 2 _
CMOS block, video signal or CMOS video signal
bus connection test between bus NG
CMOS and camera signal
processor IC
0x0a Communication test of -5: Camera signal processor 1, 2 _
camera signal processor IC IC Read/Write NG
When an error is detected in the item, it indicates a possible error in the hardware.
Item2: Display block diagnosis
Display block diagnosis analyzes the following contents. (Ver.1.1 or later)
ID Diagnosis description Error value Type 1/2 Note
0x01 Communication signal line -1: Connection error 1, 2 _
test of LCD
0x02 Communication signal line -1: Connection error 1, 2 _
test of COPRO (SAD)
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Item3: Media block diagnosis
Media block diagnosis analyzes the following contents. There can be cases that the error value _6 is
displayed with any ID other than what are listed in the following table. The error value _6 does not
mean any abnormality in such cases.
Be sure to turn off the power once whenever the media block diagnosis item 3 is executed.
ID Diagnosis description Error value Type 1/2 Note
0x01 DDR2 SDRAM Read/Write -1: Error 2 only Continuous operations cannot be
check operated after this check.
This check requires a long time.
0x06 USB Device Register -1: Error 1 only _
Read/Write check
0x09 i.Link Register Read/ -1: Error 1 only _
Write check
0x0B USB Host Register Read/ -1: Error 1 only _
Write check
0x14 PIFC POWSW -1: Error 1 only _
0x15 SPA POWSW -1: Error 1 only _
0x12 MPEG encoder/decoder -1: Error 1 only _
IC Data Read/Write
0x20 NOR-FlashROM data -1: Error 1 only _
consistency check
0x23 Slot A LED blink -1: Error 1 only _
0x24 Slot B LED blink -1: Error 1 only _
Item4: Audio block diagnosis
Audio block diagnosis analyzes the following contents.
ID Diagnosis description Error value Type 1/2 Note
0x02 Memory area check for -1: Memory read/write 1, 2 _
audio block comparison NG
When an error occurs, it indicates that the hardware has a defect.

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Item5: System controller block diagnosis
System controller block diagnosis analyzes the following contents.
ID Diagnosis description Error value Type 1/2 Note
0x01 IIC communication test (clock IC) -1: Error 1, 2 _
0x02 IIC communication test (EEPROM) -1: Error 1, 2 _
0x03 IIC communication test (power supply microcomputer) -1: Error 1, 2 _
0x04 IIC communication test (sub-microcomputer of the inside panel) -1: Error 1, 2 _
0x05 IIC communication test (sub-microcomputer of the handle) -1: Error 1, 2 _
0x06 IIC communication test (sub-microcomputer of the rear panel) -1: Error 1, 2 _
0x09 IIC communication test (I/O expander) -1: Error 1, 2 _
0x10 Version matching test (power supply microcomputer) -1: Error 1, 2 *
0x11 Version matching test (sub-microcomputer of the inside panel) -1: Error 1, 2 *
0x12 Version matching test (sub-microcomputer of the handle) -1: Error 1, 2 *
0x13 Version matching test (sub-microcomputer of the rear panel) -1: Error 1, 2 *
When an error is detected in the IIC communication test, it indicates a possible failure in the communication line or device.
*: When an error is detected in the version matching test, upgrade again to a compatible version.
Contact your local Sony Sales Ofce/Service Center for information on versions.
Item6: Power block diagnosis
Power block diagnosis analyzes the following contents.
ID Diagnosis description Error value Type 1/2 Note
0x01 Power switch readout -1: Cannot readout power 1, 2 Power switch must be set to
switch CAMERA
-4: Cannot diagnose since
the power switch is not
set to CAMERA
0x02 Battery recognition -1: Cannot communicate with 1, 2 Appropriate battery must be
battery connected
-4: Cannot diagnose since
the battery is not connected
0x03 Power supply state -1: Power supply is not 1, 2 Power switch must be set to
controlled correctly CAMERA
-4: Cannot diagnose since
the power switch is not
CAMERA
Item7: Diagnosis between image processor and display blocks
Diagnosis between Image processor and Display blocks analyzes the following contents.
ID Diagnosis description Error value Type 1/2 Note
0x80 Video signal line test -1: Test pattern checking 1, 2 Conducts a test from camera
failure signal processor IC to base band
processing IC. Monitor output
images will be distorted during
the test.
When an error is detected, it indicates a possible failure in the chip or the signal line between chips.
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Item8 to 11: Diagnosis between display and media blocks
Diagnosis between display and media blocks analyzes the following contents.
Item No. ID Diagnosis description Error value Type 1/2 Note
8 0x90 Video signal line communication -1: Test pattern checking failure 1, 2 _
test in recording direction (in the -2: Sequence error
direction from base band processing
IC to AVIT signal processing IC)
9 0x91 Video signal line communication -1: Test pattern checking failure 1, 2 _
test in playback direction (in the -2: Sequence error
direction from AVIT signal processing
IC to base band processing IC)
10 0x92 LPCM signal line communication -1: Test pattern checking failure 1, 2 _
test in recording direction (in the -2: Sequence error
direction from base band processing
IC to AVIT signal processing IC)
11 0x93 LPCM signal line communication -1: Test pattern checking failure 1, 2 _
test in playback direction (in the -2: Sequence error
direction from AVIT signal processing
IC to base band processing IC)
. When an error is detected, it indicates a possible failure in the chip or the signal line between chips.
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Do not execute item12, 13.
3-4. Executing Log Dump
Executing Log Dump acquires the error log information and saves it to the active, writable media.
Select Log Dump under the INFORMATION menu, and execute it with Execute. The process is complete
when Log Dump Done is displayed as a result.
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Do not remove the media until Log Dump message appears.
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3-5. List of Error Numbers on the LCD Display
This unit has a self diagnosis function to check internal errors.
When the unit detects an error, the error number is displayed on the LCD monitor and EVF display, and
operation is stopped.
Error numbers are displayed as E-XXXXX (X indicates a number).
Error No. Description Service action
15030 System error Repair the DPR-311 board or replace it.
17001 Abnormality in the Media ID data in Rewrite the media ID data in the EEPROM using
the EEPROM ServiceNavi-EX.
17002 The image processor block does not start up Repair the DPR-311 board or replace it.
17003 The display block does not start up
17004 The media block does not start up
17005 Abnormality in the start-up process of
the image processor block
17006 Abnormality in the start-up process of
the display block
17007 Abnormality in the start-up process of
the media block
17014 Abnormality in lens communication Check the connection with the lens unit. If there is
no defect, replace the lens unit.
17015 Abnormality in the media block Repair the DPR-311 or replace it.
17016 Abnormality in obtaining the lens switch Check the connection with the lens unit. If there is
no condition defect, replace the lens unit.
17017 Internal error in the media block Repair the DPR-311 board or replace it.
or
4XXXX
If multiple errors occur simultaneously
The highest-priority error is displayed.
When an error with a higher priority is cleared, the one with the next priority is displayed.
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Section 4
Alignment
4-1. Servicing software ServiceNavi-EX
Servicing software ServiceNavi-EX is required for electrical adjustment and self diagnosis.
For how to obtain the ServiceNavi-EX, contact your local Sony Sales Ofce/Service Center.
4-2. Preparation
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. When adjusting the PMW-EX1R, use the AC adapter or a fully-charged battery pack.
. When disconnecting the AC adapter or battery pack after the adjustment, turn off the power switch and
wait for at least 10 seconds.
4-2-1. Service Tools and Equipment
Refer to Section 1-4 for detail of the service tools and equipment used for the adjustments.
4-2-2. Connection
Connect an HD waveform monitor to the SDI OUT terminal of the unit.
4-3. MAINTENANCE Menu
The MAINTENANCE menu enables setting for image device and setting parameters that must be set
uniquely to each PMW-EX1R for correction of non-uniformity between the respective lens characteris-
tics.
4-3-1. Test Saw Setting
. Test Saw setting enables the operator to select the Test Saw signal instead of the imager output signal
when recording or outputting images in CAMERA mode.
PTB-500
SDI OUT
HD-SDI
PMW-EX1R
HD waveform monitor
Color monitor
2 to 3 m
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4-3-2. Executing Auto Black Balance
. Executing the Auto Black Balance triggers the auto black balance adjustment (automatic black level
adjustment).
. When the Auto Black Balance menu is selected, the Execute and Cancel choices appear.
In addition, selecting Execute starts Auto Black Balance.
. When the Auto Black Balance is executed, the execute RPN automatic detection.
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Auto Black Balance cannot be executed from the SERVICE menu under the following settings.
Change the settings to execute Auto Black Balance.
. When Video Format other than HQ 1080/60i or HQ 1080/50i is selected.
. When electronic shutter is operating in the SLS mode.
. When the EX Slow Shutter is set to ON.
4-3-3. Black Shading Adjustment
The Black Shading menu enables the H Saw correction level adjustment, V Saw correction level adjust-
ment and parabola correction level adjustment.
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All of the Black Shading correction values have been set to ?0 when shipped from the factory.
(When the Black Shading correction is executed, it results in height difference of black level at the bound-
ary areas between the corrected areas). Do not change the Black Shading correction values to any values
other than ?0 unless it is necessary.
1. Setting
The Black Shading setting menu can be used to turn Black Shading correction On or Off.
The Black Shading correction is turned On automatically when the power is turned On.
2. Channel Select
. The Channel Select menu enables selection of the channel (G-ch or B-ch or R-ch) to execute the H Saw,
H Para, V Saw, and V Para black shading adjustments on.
. When the Channel Select menu selects any other channel, the displays of the H Saw, H Para, V Saw,
and V Para setup values are changed to the current setup values of the channel selected by the Channel
Select menu. The changes are reected on the H Saw, H Para, V Saw, and V Para setup values.
H Saw
The H Saw menu enables the horizontal Saw black shading correction (linear increase and decrease)
level.
H Para
The H Para menu enables the horizontal Parabola black shading correction (black level correction at the
horizontal center with respect to both ends) level.
V Saw
The V Saw menu enables the vertical Saw black shading correction (linear increase and decrease) level.
V Para
The V Para menu enables the vertical Parabola black shading correction (black level correction at the
vertical center with respect to both ends) level.
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3. Auto BLK Shad
. The Auto BLK Shad menu enables the auto black shading correction (automatic optimization of the
respective correction values of the black shading correction).
. When Auto BLK Shad menu is selected, the Execute and Cancel choices appear.
In addition, selecting Execute starts Auto Black Shading.
Black shading adjustment method
Preparation
. Connect an HD waveform monitor to the SDI OUT terminal.
. HD waveform monitor setting RGB mode
. Lens iris CLOSE
Adjustment Procedure
1. Adjust GAIN and BLK level for easy viewing to observe.
2. Adjust H Saw, H Para, V Saw and V Para for the respective channels of G-ch, B-ch and R-ch until
waveform on the waveform monitor becomes at.
4-3-4. White Shading Adjustment
The White Shading menu enables the adjustment of the horizontal and vertical Saw correction level and
parabola correction level.
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. The White Shading adjustment cannot be executed for the correct adjustment values if the object pattern
has non-uniformity or if other conditions such as lens iris setting and zoom setting are not correctly
satised.
. Use a full white pattern for the White Shading adjustment having uniform brightness over the entire area.
. If a full white pattern having uniform brightness over the entire area is not available, do not execute the
G-channel White Balance adjustment. Instead of it, execute the White Balance adjustment in the way of
aligning the R-channel waveform and the B-channel waveform to the waveform of G-channel.
1. Setting
The White Shading setting menu can be used to turn White Shading correction On or Off.
The White Shading correction is turned On automatically when the power is turned On.
2. Channel Select
. The Channel Select menu enables selection of the channel (G-ch or B-ch or R-ch) to execute the H Saw,
H Para, V Saw, and V Para white shading adjustments on.
(H SAW) (H PARA) (V SAW) (V PARA)
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. When the Channel Select menu selects any other channel, the displays of the H Saw, H Para, V Saw, and V Para setup
values are changed to the current setup values of the channel selected by the Channel Select menu. The changes are
reected on the H Saw, H Para, V Saw, and V Para setup values.
H Saw
The H Saw menu enables the horizontal Saw white shading correction (linear increase and decrease) level.
H Para
The H Para menu enables the horizontal Parabola white shading correction (sensitivity correction at the horizontal center
with respect to both ends) level.
V Saw
The V Saw menu enables the vertical Saw black shading correction (linear increase and decrease) level.
V Para
The V Para menu enables the vertical Parabola white shading correction (sensitivity correction at the vertical center with
respect to both ends) level.
White shading adjustment method
Preparation
. Connect an HD waveform monitor to the SDI OUT terminal.
. HD waveform monitor setting RGB mode
. Focus
. Shoot an all white pattern over the entire frame of monitor screen.
Adjustment Procedure
1. Adjust lens iris until white level becomes approximately 80%.
If the lens iris value is larger than F5.6, adjust the incoming light intensity by using electronic shutter for the lens iris
setting of smaller than F5.6.
2. Adjust H Saw, H Para, V Saw and V Para for the respective channels of G-ch, B-ch and R-ch until waveform on the
waveform monitor becomes at.
(H SAW) (H PARA) (V SAW) (V PARA)
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4-3-5. Flare Adjustment
The Flare Adjustment menu enables are compensation for the respective channels of G-channel, B-chan-
nel and R-channel.
Flare adjustment method
Preparation
. Connect an HD waveform monitor to the SDI OUT terminal.
. HD waveform monitor setting RGB mode
. Shoot a gray-scale chart to ll the entire screen of the picture frame and execute the white balance.
. Set the Knee to the Auto or Off.
Adjustment Procedure
1. Adjust lens iris until white level becomes approximately 100%. After that, open the lens iris by two
stops.
2. Select waveform of the signal at the center of grayscale signal on a waveform monitor.
3. Adjust R Flare, G Flare and B Flare until the black levels on both sides of the center white in all of
the R, G and B channels to a unity level. (Align black level all channels to that of the channel having
the lowest black level.)
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. The are adjustment can be performed only when there is a correct grayscale chart.
. When there is no correct grayscale chart, adjust the values of R Flare, G Flare and B Flare to ?0.
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B
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4-3-6. Executing Auto FB Adjust
. Executing the Auto FB Adjust menu enables automatic adjustment of lens ange back.
. When Auto FB Adjust (Flange Focal Length automatic adjustment) starts, the Flange Focal Length of a
lens is adjusted until automatic focusing is established at the WIDE end and TELE end of a zoom lens.
This allows a lens to remain in focus even though the zoom position is changed after focus adjustment.
The result of Auto FB Adjust is saved.
. When the Auto FB Adjust menu is selected, the Execute and Cancel choices appear.
In addition, selecting Execute starts automatic adjustment of ange back.
FB (Flange Focal Length) adjustment method
Preparation
. Upgrade the rmware to the newest version.
. Prepare the Flange Back Chart and place it at the distance of 3 meters far from the camera.
. Set up the camera as follows:
Item Setting
FOCUS RING FULL MF
IRIS SW MANUAL
MACRO SW OFF
FOCUS SW MANUAL
ZOOM SW SERVO
ND FILTER OFF (Clear)
SHUTTER SW ON
GAIN L (0 dB)
WHITE BAL B (ATW)
FULL AUTO OFF
3 m
4-7 (E) PMW-EX1R
Adjustment Procedure
1. Set the Video Format by selecting the menus as follows:
[OTHERS] [Video Format] Select either [HQ 1080/60i] or [HQ 1080/50i].
2. Set the lens iris to OPEN, and set the shutter speed as follows to match the adjustment environment.
Select menus in order: [CAMERA SET] [Shutter] [Mode] [Speed].
Next, select menus in order: [CAMERA SET] [Shutter] [Speed] and select an appropriate
shutter speed.
3. Set the ZOOM to TELE end, and adjust the camera position so that center of the chart stays approxi-
mately in the center of a screen.
Item Setting Lens
ZOOM POSITION _ TELE
ZOOM SERVO _
FOCUS _ FULL MANUAL
IRIS _ OPEN
GAIN 0dB _
WHITE BAL ATB _
FULL AUTO OFF _
4. Enter the SERVICE menu and select [MAINTENANCE] [Auto FB Adjust]. Then, execute Auto
FB Adjust.
5. Wait until Auto FB Adjust is complete.
6. Restart the camera.
Check after Adjustment
1. Set the lens iris to OPEN, set the ZOOM to TELE end and adjust the focus.
2. Move ZOOM from TELE end to WIDE end, and check that the lens remains in focus throughout the
travel between TELE end and WIDE end.
4-8 (E) PMW-EX1R
4-4. RPN CORRECT Menu
The RPN CORRECT menu enables various operations such as manual registration, deletion and automatic
detection of the RPN compensation point.
4-4-1. Executing Auto Detection
. The Auto Detection menu enables automatic detection of RPN point.
. When the Auto Detection menu is selected, the Execute and Cancel choices appear.
In addition, selecting Execute starts RPN Auto Detection.
. The RPN point that is detected by the Auto Detection is added to the RPN correction point.
n
Auto Detection cannot be executed under the following settings.
Change the settings to execute Auto Detection.
. When Video Format other than HQ 1080/60i or HQ 1080/50i is selected.
. When electronic shutter is operating in the SLS mode.
. When the EX Slow Shutter is set to ON.
4-4-2. Correction Mode Settings
. The Correction Mode menu enables selection of the RPN correction mode for a pixel when the pixel is
registered by manual registration of RPN.
. The Correction Mode selecting Concealment and Compensation.
. For the manual registration of RPN, select Concealment.
4-4-3. Channel Setting
. The Channel menu enables selection of the channel (R-ch or G-ch or B-ch) to execute Record of RPN
pixel on, in the manual registration of RPN.
. When the RPN cursor (indicating location of an RPN pixel to register) is moved to an already-registered
RPN correction point by the Cursor Next or Cursor Prev operation, the correction mode selected for the
RPN point is displayed automatically.
4-4-4. Cursor Setting
. The Cursor menu enables turning On or Off the crosshair cursor display indicating the RPN correction
position in the manual registration of RPN.
. When the Cursor menu is turned On, the crosshair cursor indicating the RPN correction position is
displayed superimposed on the video signal.
. Signal of the pixel located at the center of the crosshair cursor is replaced by black.
. The Cursor setting is always turned Off when the power is turned On.
4-9 (E) PMW-EX1R
4-4-5. Cursor H Position Setting
. The Cursor H Position menu enables the user to change the horizontal position of the RPN point within
the effective period of video signal in the manual registration of RPN.
. When the RPN cursor (indicating the location of a RPN pixel to register) is moved to an already-regis-
tered RPN correction point by the Cursor Next or Cursor Prev operation, the display automatically
switches to the numeric value of the horizontal position of the RPN point.
4-4-6. Cursor V Position Setting
. The Cursor V Position menu enables the user to change the vertical position of the RPN point within the
effective period of video signal in the manual registration of RPN.
. When the RPN cursor (indicating the location of a RPN pixel to register) is moved to an already-regis-
tered RPN correction point by the Cursor Next or Cursor Prev operation, the display automatically
switches to the numeric value of the vertical position of the RPN point.
4-4-7. Operating Cursor Next
. The Cursor Next menu enables the user to move the RPN cursor position to the next already-registered
RPN correction point after the present position in the ascending order of the addresses during the manu-
al registration of RPN. (If multiple RPN positions have the same address in the ascending order of the
Cursor V Position, the RPN cursor moves in the ascending order of the Cursor H Position.)
4-4-8. Operating Cursor Prev
. The Cursor Prev menu enables the user to move the RPN cursor position to the next already-registered
RPN correction point after the present position in the descending order of the addresses during the
manual registration of RPN. (If multiple RPN positions have the same address in the descending order
of the Cursor V Position, the RPN cursor moves in the descending order of the Cursor H Position.)
4-4-9. Compensation Level Display
. The Compensation Level menu indicates the compensation level of the already-registered RPN correc-
tion point when the crosshair cursor is moved to a correction point by the Cursor Next or Cursor Prev
operation, and if the compensation mode of the already-registered point is Compensation.
. The Compensation Level menu is dedicated to display only and the cursor cannot be moved to this
menu.
4-4-10. Executing Record
. The Record menu enables the manual registration of RPN.
. When Record menu is selected, the Execute and Cancel choices appear.
In addition, selecting Execute starts the registration of RPN.
4-10 (E) PMW-EX1R
4-4-11. Executing Delete
. The Delete menu enables manual deletion of RPN.
. When the Delete menu is executed, the RPN registration of a pixel at an address specied by the Cursor
H Position and Cursor V Position is deleted from RPN data.
. When the Delete menu is selected, the Execute and Cancel choices appear.
In addition, selecting Execute starts deletion of RPN.
4-4-12. Readout Mode Setting
. The Readout Mode menu enables the user to select the Frame readout mode of the imager in order to
facilitate viewing the RPN position on a monitor screen.
. The Readout Mode setting is always set to Field when the power is turned On.
4-4-13. Executing Reset
. The Reset menu enables the user to delete the RPN correction point data that is registered by Auto
Detection and Auto Black Balance after the equipment is shipped from the factory.
. The RPN data that is registered at the factory and the RPN data is manually registered cannot be deleted
by the Reset.
. When the Reset menu is selected, the Execute and Cancel choices appear.
In addition, selecting Execute starts reset of RPN.
RPN manual registration procedure
1. Set the Video Format to HQ 1080/60i.
2. Set the Readout Mode to Frame.
(To facilitate viewing the RPN position on a monitor screen.)
3. Set the lens iris to CLOSE.
4. Adjust GAIN and Black Level to the settings that facilitate viewing the RPN position on a monitor
screen.
5. Set Channel to the RPN color that is going to be registered.
6. Set Cursor to On.
7. Move the crosshair cursor to the RPN that is going to be registered by using Cursor H Position and
Cursor V Position.
(When the crosshair cursor is moved on top of the desired RPN, the RPN becomes invisible.)
8. Set Correction Mode to Concealment.
9. Execute the Record.
* When RPN Record is attempted, if the RPN registration of a pixel fails at a specic address due to a
problem with the small interval between the current and previous registered RPN spots, the screen
shows the message NG : Adjacent Pixel.
5-1 PMW-EX1R
5-1. Notes on Repair Parts
1. Safety Related Components Warning
w
Components marked ! are critical to safe operation.
Therefore, specied parts should be used in the case of
replacement.
2. Standardization of Parts
Some repair parts supplied by Sony differ from those
used for the unit. These are because of parts common-
ality and improvement.
3. Stock of Parts
Parts marked with o at SP (Supply Code) column of
the spare parts list may not be stocked. Therefore, the
delivery date will be delayed.
4. Harness
Harnesses with no part number are not registered as
spare parts.
Section 5
Spare Parts
5-1.
1.
!
!

2.


3.
SPSupply code o

4.

5-2 PMW-EX1R
Handle Cover and EVF Assembly
5-2. Exploded Views
1
14
7
13
15
2
21
10
17
3
18
4
12
6
20
8
9
9
9
19
9
11
9
9
16
5
5-3 PMW-EX1R
Handle Cover and EVF Assembly
No. Part No. SP Description
1 A-1737-582-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, HN-363
2 X-2187-352-2 s MICROPHONE HOLDER ASSY
3 X-2515-725-1 s ASSY HANDLE COVER UPPER
4 X-2515-727-1 s COVER REAR ASSY HANDLE
5 X-2515-729-1 s HINGE ASSY
6 X-2515-730-1 s LOUPE ASSY
7 1-811-033-11 s LCD MODULE
8 1-873-733-11 s BOARD, FP-776 FLEXIBLE
9 3-080-203-31 s SREW(M2),LOCK ACE,P2
10 3-165-904-01 s WASHER, SCREW STOPPER
11 3-278-644-01 s XDCAM EMBLEM
12 3-285-383-03 s COVER CONNECTOR
13 3-288-585-02 s CASE, PANEL
14 3-288-586-02 s LID, PANEL
15 3-288-591-01 s SHEET, VF PROTECTION
16 3-302-492-01 s SPRING, COMPRESSION
17 3-657-657-02 s SCREW (M5)
18 3-878-256-03 s RUBBER SW KEY
19 4-164-591-01 s CABINET EVF
20 4-164-856-01 s EYE CUP
21 4-673-655-01 s SCREW +B
5-4 PMW-EX1R
Handle Block 1
101
130
130
130
131
109
P2.6 x 4
102
130
130
130
130
130
132
110
103
104
105
120
121
106
107
108
124
123
115
114
122
133
116
129
128
111
112
125
117 134
134
134
134
112
118
112
126
127
119
113
128
130
PTT2.6 x 6
PTT2.6 x 6
5-5 PMW-EX1R
Handle Block 1
No. Part No. SP Description
101 A-1737-622-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, DR-644
102 A-1737-623-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, LED-491
103 A-1737-624-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, KSW-55
104 A-1737-626-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, HN-361
105 A-1737-628-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, AXM-42
106 X-2515-751-1 s COVER (CENTER) ASSY
107 1-478-955-21 s SWITCH BLOCK, CONTROL(ZS-5610)
108 1-825-968-11 s LOUDSPEAKER (1.8CM)
109 1-965-718-12 s HARNESS, SUB (KSW53-DR621)
110 1-966-993-11 s HARNESS, SUB (ASW68-LED491)
111 2-640-315-02 o SCREW (M2X5), SMALL, +P, SW
112 3-080-203-31 s SREW(M2),LOCK ACE,P2
113 3-080-206-21 s SCREW, TAPPING, P2
114 3-276-443-01 s SPEAKER CUSHION
115 3-276-875-03 s HANDLE COVER LOW
116 3-276-876-01 s SPEAKER GRILLE
117 3-276-877-01 s DAMPER LCD
118 3-276-881-01 s LCD SUPPORT
119 3-278-663-02 s KSW-53 BRACKET
120 3-278-665-02 s KNOB, XLR SW
121 3-278-666-02 s RAIL, XLR SW
122 3-278-667-03 s HOLDER,SPEAKER
123 3-282-659-02 s SHEET,HANDLE REAR
124 3-452-727-01 s SHEET, SPEAKER HOLDER
125 3-678-684-01 o HOLDER, CABLE
126 3-688-754-11 s SPRING
127 3-688-755-13 s SHOE, ACCESSORY
128 3-694-181-03 s TYPE1,AROCK PRECISION +P2.6X5
129 3-724-182-01 s NUT (SMALL JACK), M6
130 3-968-729-52 s SCREW (M2), LOCK ACE, P2
131 4-164-569-01 s SHOE REAR ACCESSORY
132 4-164-593-02 s SWITCH ZOOM
133 4-164-596-01 s LED-491 BRACKET
134 3-080-203-01 s SCREW (M2), LOCK ACE, P2
7-627-556-38 s SCREW +P 2.6X4.0
7-685-792-09 s SCREW +PTT 2.6X6 (S)
5-6 PMW-EX1R
Handle Block 2
201
221 225
221
224
202
230
203
204
205
229
206
207
209
210
208
211
227
212
212
215
212 219
212
212
212
213
213
228
226
222
213
213
213
214
218
223
220
214
216
217
5-7 PMW-EX1R
Handle Block 2
No. Part No. SP Description
201 A-1737-619-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, RM-224
202 A-1737-620-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, MA-183
203 A-1737-627-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, DET-52
204 A-1748-435-A s MICROPHONE UNIT ASSY
205 A-1748-439-A s 3.5 INCH LCD ASSY
206 X-2187-184-5 s COVER ASSY, MICROPHONE
207 1-542-748-11 s MICROPHONE UNIT
208 1-965-713-11 s HARNESS, SUB (KSW53-MA161)
209 1-965-715-11 s HARNESS, SUB (KSW53-DET44)
210 1-965-716-11 s HARNESS, SUB (KSW53-RM213)
211 1-966-994-11 s HARNESS (DPR311-LCD)
212 3-080-203-31 s SREW(M2),LOCK ACE,P2
213 3-080-206-21 s SCREW, TAPPING, P2
214 3-086-368-31 s SCREW (M1.4),LOCK ACE P2
215 3-276-867-01 s PLATE, BLIND
216 3-276-871-01 s BEZEL LCD
217 3-276-872-01 s PACKING LCD
218 3-276-874-01 s HINGE COVER TOP
219 3-276-878-02 s LCD CABINET
220 3-278-640-01 s SHEET PANEL BLIND
221 3-278-656-02 s MIC SIDE GRILLE
222 3-278-657-01 s CASE, MICROPHONE
223 3-278-658-01 s HINGE COVER LOWER
224 3-278-660-01 s MIC CUSION(R)
225 3-278-661-01 s MIC CUSION(L)
226 3-278-662-11 s HANDLE (MAIN)
227 3-278-668-01 s HINGE
228 3-284-538-01 s SHIELD SHEET(MIC)
229 3-968-729-52 s SCREW (M2), LOCK ACE, P2
230 4-164-597-01 s MA CUSHION
5-8 PMW-EX1R
Inside Panel and Bottom Cover
301
302
304 306 313 314
311
305
303
309
310
310
310
308
304
307
304
304
312
304
304
304
304
5-9 PMW-EX1R
Inside Panel and Bottom Cover
No. Part No. SP Description
301 A-1748-440-B s INSIDE PANEL ASSY
302 ! 1-528-174-31 s BATTERY, LITHIUM (CR2032 TYPE)
303 3-080-203-01 s SREW(M2),LOCK ACE,P2
304 3-056-233-21 s SREW(M2),LOCK ACE,P2
305 3-080-203-51 s SREW(M2),LOCK ACE,P2
306 3-278-639-02 s JACK COVER
307 3-288-392-01 s WASHER (D), TRIPOD
308 3-604-795-01 s CAP BNC
309 3-701-439-21 s WASHER
310 3-968-729-52 s SCREW (M2), LOCK ACE, P2
311 4-164-565-01 s USB COVER
312 4-164-566-01 s CASE(BOTTOM)L
313 4-164-567-01 s CASE (BOTTOM)R
314 4-164-568-01 s LID LITHIUM BATERY
5-10 PMW-EX1R
Outside Panel and Rear Panel
401
412
429
423
418
411
420
419
419
419
419
419
419
413
413
410
421
414
415
415
415
422
430
402
403
404
419
419
419
405
426
427 428
406
415
407
419
419
419
419
419
425
408
424
416
417
409
5-11 PMW-EX1R
Outside Panel and Rear Panel
No. Part No. SP Description
401 A-1737-621-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, VIF-46
402 A-1737-625-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, DC-152
403 A-1737-629-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, LED-494
404 A-1737-630-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, SW-1484
405 A-1738-050-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, ASW-68
406 X-2515-728-1 s REAR OUTSIDE PANEL SUB ASSY
407 1-480-457-21 s BLOCK, AU VOLUME
408 1-487-628-11 s SWITCH BLOCK
409 1-965-712-12 s HARNESS, SUB (DC143-RE250)
410 1-966-991-11 s HARNESS, SUB (TX131-VIF46)
411 1-966-992-11 s HARNESS (TX131-VIF46)
412 1-966-993-11 s HARNESS, SUB (ASW68-LED491)
413 1-966-995-12 s HARNESS, SUB (VIF46-ASW68)
414 3-080-203-21 s SREW(M2),LOCK ACE,P2
415 3-056-233-21 s SREW(M2),LOCK ACE,P2
416 3-278-316-01 s TAPE (C)
417 3-701-443-01 s WASHER, 5
418 3-729-013-21 s SCREW(M1.4X2.5),WASHERHEAD(+P)
419 3-968-729-52 s SCREW (M2), LOCK ACE, P2
420 4-164-570-01 s RELEASE BUTTON BT
421 4-164-572-01 s COVER HDMI
422 4-164-586-01 s HOLDER BELT
423 4-164-730-01 s BRACKET DC JACK
424 ! 4-164-731-01 s PANEL REAR
425 4-164-732-02 s BUTTON (REAR) PUSH
426 4-164-733-01 s RAIL (REAR) SLIDE
427 4-164-735-01 s SWITCH (REAR (L)) SLIDE
428 4-164-736-01 s SWITCH (REAR (H)) SLIDE
429 4-164-997-01 s CAPACITOR BRACKET
430 4-644-493-11 s ACE (M2.6), LOCK
5-12 PMW-EX1R
Main Frame 1
501
508
508
509
509
501
507
507
502
504
503
505
510
506
508
508
508
508
508
508
511
514
514
512
513
511
508
508
508
508
508
508
508
508
5-13 PMW-EX1R
Main Frame 1
No. Part No. SP Description
501 A-1737-580-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, EC-68
502 A-1738-054-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, RE-272
503 A-1738-055-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, RE-273
504 A-1748-437-B s BATTERY CASE ASSY
505 X-2515-748-1 s SUPPORT BOTTOM ASSY
506 1-780-570-11 s TERMINAL BOARD, BATTERY
507 1-966-990-11 s HARNESS (DPR311-EC68)
508 3-968-729-52 s SCREW (M2), LOCK ACE, P2
509 4-164-571-01 s SHEET RADIATION 1.5 C
510 4-164-598-01 s SHEET RADIATION BOTTOM
511 4-164-656-01 s SHEET RADIATION 1 A
512 4-166-648-01 s BATTERY CASE GASKET
513 4-170-734-01 s INSIDE BOTTOM GASKET
514 3-080-203-31 s SCREW (M2), LOCK ACE, P2
5-14 PMW-EX1R
Main Frame 2
601
612
617
618
619
622
620
621
623
624
627
627
627
626
625
625
611
602
603
604
605
606
607
615
609
609
608
613
613
622
613
610
616
616
614
616
616
616
616
616
616
616
5-15 PMW-EX1R
Main Frame 2
No. Part No. SP Description
601 A-1737-576-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, TX-131
602 A-1737-577-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, CN-3258
603 A-1737-578-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, CN-3259
604 A-1737-579-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, CN-3273
605 A-1737-581-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, HN-356
606 A-1738-053-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, DPR-311
607 1-784-240-11 s CONVERTER, COAXIAL CONNECTOR
608 1-837-283-11 s CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT(30 CORE)
609 1-837-302-11 s CABLE ASSEMBLY, COAXIAL
610 1-966-990-11 s HARNESS (DPR311-EC68)
611 1-966-991-11 s HARNESS, SUB (TX131-VIF46)
612 1-966-992-11 s HARNESS (TX131-VIF46)
613 3-056-233-21 s SCREW (M2), LOCK ACE, P2
614 3-080-203-01 s SREW(M2),LOCK ACE,P2
615 3-278-727-01 s BNC COVER
616 3-968-729-52 s SCREW (M2), LOCK ACE, P2
617 4-164-571-01 s SHEET RADIATION 1.5 C
618 4-164-619-01 s SHEET HEAT TRANSFER MAIN
619 4-164-620-01 s SHEET HEAT TRANSFER TOP
620 4-164-626-01 s SHEET RADIATION 1.5 A
621 4-164-627-01 s SHEET RADIATION 1.5 B
622 4-164-628-01 s SHEET RADIATION 1.5 D
623 4-164-629-01 s SHEET RADIATION 2 A
624 4-164-630-01 s SHEET RADIATION 2 B
625 4-672-834-11 s SCREW, +B EG GRIP
626 4-169-621-01 s SHEET RADIATION 1 B
627 4-171-215-01 s EMC FLEX SHEET
5-16 PMW-EX1R
Front Block
P2.6 x 5
P2.6 x 5
P2.6 x 5
701
721
721
702
703
717
716
718
719
720
720
723
704
722
722
722
722
705 722
722
722
722
722
713
706
710
707
715
726
715
711
725
708
714
714
714
714
709
712
714
714
724
5-17 PMW-EX1R
Front Block
No. Part No. SP Description
701 A-1737-615-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, AU-326
702 A-1737-616-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, SW-1478
703 A-1737-617-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, SWC-50
704 A-1737-618-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, HN-360
705 A-1738-049-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, DAP-41
706 A-1759-650-A s UNIT, LENS
707 A-1759-651-A s UNIT, PRISM BLOCK
708 X-2187-375-4 s CASE L ASSY
709 X-2187-376-1 s BOTTON CASEL ASSY
710 X-2515-726-1 s PANEL ASSY FRONT
711 1-788-703-13 s ND FILTER, OPTICAL
712 1-965-711-11 s HARNESS, SUB (SE912-AU313)
713 1-965-713-11 s HARNESS, SUB (AU313-SW1375)
714 3-056-233-21 s SCREW(M2),LOCK ACE,P2
715 3-080-206-21 s SCREW, TAPPING, P2
716 3-281-730-01 s SWC-47 ADHESIVE SHEET
717 3-281-751-01 s SHEET, HN-338 ADHESIVE
718 3-284-472-01 s CUSHION,ASSIGN
719 3-285-955-01 s CMOS PROTECTION SHEET A
720 3-285-956-01 s CMOS PROTECTION SHEET B
721 3-694-181-03 s TYPE1,AROCK PRECISION +P2.6X5
722 3-968-729-52 s SCREW (M2), LOCK ACE, P2
723 4-164-616-02 s MAIN FRAME REAR
724 4-164-859-02 s CASE (R)
725 4-164-878-01 s FRONT FRAME
726 4-164-861-01 s SHEET, C MOS FLEXIBLE
7-627-556-57 s PRECISION SCREW +P 2.6X5 TYPE1
5-18 PMW-EX1R
5-3. Supplied Accessories
--------------------
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
--------------------
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No. SP Description
1pc X-2546-633-1 s KIT,COLD SHOE
1pc ! 1-479-570-14 s REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-F300)
1pc ! 1-757-562-11 s CORD, POWER (UC)
1pc ! 1-782-476-13 s CORD, POWER (CN)
1pc 1-828-544-12 s CORD, CONNECTION (USB)
1pc 1-829-414-22 s CABLE, CONNECTION (COMPONENT)
1pc 1-831-553-22 s CORD, CONNECTION (AV MULTIPLE)
1pc 3-278-903-01 s SHORUDER BELT
1pc ! 4-130-649-04 s CD-ROM (UTILITY SOFTWARE)
1pc ! 4-163-183-01 s MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (J)
1pc ! 4-163-183-11 s MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (CE/E/UC)
1pc ! 4-163-183-21 s MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (CN)
1pc ! 4-164-150-01 s CD-ROM (INSTRUCTION MANUAL) (CE/E/UC)
6-1 PMW-EX1R 6-1
Section 6
Block Diagrams
Index
Board Name Function Page
Overall _ 6-2
ASW-68 Rear panel switch 6-11
AU-326 Front AUDIO 6-3
AXM-42 AUDIO XLR 6-3, 8
BI-202 CMOS sensor 6-4
BI-203 CMOS sensor 6-4
BI-204 CMOS sensor 6-4
CN-3258 DPR-RE272 relay board 6-9
CN-3259 DPR-RE273 relay board 6-10
CN-3273 DPR-ASW relay board 6-5, 11
DAP-41 Audio codec 6-3, 4, 6, 7
DC-152 DC-IN connector 6-9
DET-52 LCD switch 6-8
DPR-311 MAIN board 6-4, 5, 6, 7
DR-644 EVF driver 6-8
EC-68 ExpressCard slot 6-5
HN-356 DPR-DAP relay board 6-3, 4, 6, 7
HN-360 AU-HN relay board 6-3
HN-361 KSW-HN relay board 6-3
HN-363 DR-EVF relay board 6-8
KSW-55 Handle switch 6-3, 8
LED-491 LED CACHE 6-11
LED-494 Headphone 6-11
MA-183 Internal MIC 6-3
RE-272 DC-DC converter 6-9
RE-273 DC-DC converter 6-10
RM-224 Remote receiver 6-8
SW-1478 SHUTTER switch 6-3, 4
SW-1484 EXCHANGE switch 6-11
SWC-50 Inside switch 6-3
TX-131 HD-SDI 6-12
VIF-46 HDMI I/F 6-12
6-2 PMW-EX1R 6-2
Overall Overall
Overall
AF/IS
LENS
C-MOS
IMAGER
A/D
IC1
IC200,201
IC202,203
IC202
IC204
IC208,209
IC500
IC1
IC3
IC1
IC1
IC413
IC414
IC200
G
R
B
IC1800,18001
IC600
IC2900
IC3205
IC1001 IC301 IC200 IC100 IC1 IC100
+4.6V
+3.1V
+2.5V
+1.2V
IC2908
IC1003
IC1300(1/2)
IC202,203
IC1100,1101
X800,
IC804,807,808
IC1500
IC1602
IC2300
IC2000
IC1901
IC500
IC2200
IC1600
IC1000
IC2909
CAMERA
PROCESS
CAMERA
CON.
SYSCON
BASE
BAND
MPEG
ENC/DEC
AV/IT
IC1300(2/2)
FPGA
IC200
FPGA
FLASH
SRAM
FLASH
SDRAM
USB
HOST
LOCAL
uCOM
EEPROM
IrRM
IC1
IrRM RTC
BATTERY
SWITCHING
POWER
CON
i.LINK
CONT
USB
DEVICE
COMPONENT
OUT
i.HDV
ExpressCard
(SLOT)
FLASH
IC203
CONFIG
SDI
P/S
DRIVER
IC801
DAC
IC704,705
ADC
FLASH
TEMP
SDRAM
IC1301
SDRAM
IC1405
CONFIG
FPGA AUDIO
DSP
AD/DA
M-DDR M-DDR DDR2
DR-644
DPR-311
RM-224 KSW-55 SWC-50 ASW-68
(1/2)
DAP-41(1/3) RE-273
EC-68
EC-68
EVF
LCD
MIC1,MIC2
SPEAKER
HEADPHONE
AUDIO IN
CH1,CH2
VCXO
PLL
X300,301,
IC301-307
VCXO
PLL
A/V
OUT
Y,PR,PB
VIDEO
LINE MONI 1,2
SDI OUT
HANDLE SW
LOCAL
uCOM
INSIDE SW
LOCAL
uCOM
REAR SW
AU-326
ASW-68(2/2)
MA-183
AXM-42
LED-491
(2/2)
LED-491
(1/2)
BI-203
RE-272
BI-202
BI-204
CN-3273
DAP-41(3/3)
DAP-41
(2/3)
VIF-46
TX-131
SXS
USB(MAINTENANCE)
IC2
HDMI
HDMI
OUT
C-MOS
IMAGER
C-MOS
IMAGER
BT100
LITHIUM
BATTERY
DC-152
DC IN
FRONT REAR
6-3 PMW-EX1R 6-3
AU-326, AXM-42 (1/2), DAP-41 (4/4), HN-356 (4/4), HN-360, HN-361, KSW-55 (1/2),
MA-183, SW-1478 (2/2), SWC-50
AU-326, AXM-42 (1/2), DAP-41 (4/4), HN-356 (4/4), HN-360, HN-361, KSW-55 (1/2),
MA-183, SW-1478 (2/2), SWC-50
AUDIO
AU-326
AUDIO XLR
AXM-42 (1/2)
AUDIO codec
DAP-41 (4/4)
DPR-DAP relay board
HN-356 (4/4)
AU-HN relay board
HN-360
KSW-HN relay board
HN-361
Handle switch
KSW-55 (1/2)
Internal MIC
MA-183
Front switch
SW-1478 (2/2)
Inside switch
SWC-50
CN3
5
CN1
3
MA-183
AXM-42(1/2)
AU-326 DAP-41(4/4)
KSW-55
(1/2) HN-361 HN-360
HAED
AMP
Q5
BIAS
DC
Q3
REG
Q11
CN3
6
+5V
CN1
INTERNAL
MIC 1
INTERNAL
MIC 2
EXTERNAL
MIC/LINE 1
EXTERNAL
MIC/LINE 2
2
CN7
5
CN7
6
CN1
3
CN1
4
CN1
3
CN1
4
CN2
3
CN2
4
CN1
3
CN1
4
CN100
3
CN100 IC201 IC208
4
3
2
1 12
13
14
2
1
15
9 11,10
+
-
CN200
5
CN200
6
LIN1
LIP1
RIN2
RIP2
CN2
3
CN2
4
HAED
AMP
Q7,9
IC201
Q225
GAIN
SWITCH
5
6
7 +
-
CN200
9
CN200
10
CN3
8
CN2
2
HAED
AMP
Q6
BIAS
DC
Q4
REG
Q12
CN3
9
+5V
CN2
3
CN7
8
CN7
9
CN1
7
CN1
8
CN1
7
CN1
8
CN2
7
CN2
8
CN1
7
CN1
8
CN100
7
CN100 IC200 IC209
8
3
2
1 12
13
14
2
1
15
+
-
CN2
7
CN2
8
HAED
AMP
Q8,10
IC200
Q224
GAIN
SWITCH
5
6
7 +
-
CN3
3
CN3
2
CN5
3
CN5
2
CN1
12
CN1
11
CN1
12
CN1
11
CN2
12
CN2
11
CN1
12
CN1
CN1
11
CN100
12
CN100 IC203
11
3
2
1 +
- CN2
12
CN2
11
IC203
Q227
GAIN
SWITCH
5
6
7 +
-
Q206,207
WIND
FILTER
CN3
7
CN3
6
CN7
7
CN5
6
CN1
16
CN1
15
CN1
16
CN1
15
CN2
16
CN2
15
CN1
16
CN1
15
CN100
16
CN100 IC202
15
3
2
1
1
3
5
9
11
I/O0
I/O1
I/O2
I/O3
I/O4
I/O5
I/O6
2
4
6
8
10
+
- CN2
16
CN2
15
IC202
Q226
IC101
GAIN
SWITCH
5
5
+4.6V_A -12V
6
7
8
+
-
DC/DC
CONV
IC100,Q100
+4.6V_A +48V DC/DC
CONV
IC200
6,7
+3.1V_D +1.8V
4 1 5 DC/DC
CONV
IC204
+4.6V_A +3.2V_J DC/DC
CONV
IC208
IC209
3
5
4
3
5
4
RIN1
RIP1
C5
D5
C3
C4
CN200
1
CN200
2
IN1LN
IN1LP
IN1RN
IN1RP
DP_I2C_SDA
CN101
D100
57
DP_I2C_SCL
58
IC205 IC202
AUDIO
AD/DA/MIX
13
12
14
1
2
15
IC207
LIN2
LIP2
DP_LIN1
DP_LIP1
DP_RIN2
DP_RIP2
DP_RIN1
DP_RIP1
DP_LIN2
DP_LIP2
CN200
13
CN200
14
IC204
IC206
IC206
13
12
14 3 1
5 7
1
2
15
IC207
IC207
3 1
5 7
CN2
Q220,222
Q212-215
LINE
/MIC
SWITCH
Q221,223
Q200,202
Q201,203 Q205,211
BIAS
DC
Q204,210
SWITCH +48V
9 11,10
9 11,10
11,10
11,10
9 11,10
13
12
2
3
SDA
SCL
I/O0
I/O3
I/O4
I/O5
SDA
SCL
4
5
7
8
SWITCH
9
CN104
CN104
SW_INT
5
RTC_VDD
7
BT100
LITHIUM
BATTERY
RTC_INTA
11
6
4
2
14
16
18
IC102
IC205
SERIAL/PARALLEL
SD0
SC0
SD1
SC1
13
12
2
3
SDA
SCL
4
5
IC201
I2C BUS DRIVER
1
9
11
2
4
6
8
10
IC208
13
12
2
I/O1
3 3
I/O2
5 4
5
7
13 12 8
IC206
SERIAL/PARALLEL
SDA
SCL
5
1 3
6
IRQ/FOUT
7
X1
X2
VBAT
IC100
RTC
X100
32.768kHz
1 2 1
2
3
Q100
Q101
IC101
HPOUT1R
HPOUT1L
HP_R
HP_L
SP-
SP+
SPKOUTLN
SPKOUTLP
F4
G3
B1
A1
EXT_1
CN200
17
EXT_2
18
LINE_1
19
LINE_2
20
COPY1to2
21
+12dB_1
CN200
25
+12dB_2
27
LINK_1_A
28
LINK_2_A
29
WIND_FIL_1
24
WIND_FIL_2
26
+48V_1
22
BIAS
DC
+48V
+48V_2
EXT_1
EXT_2
LINE_1
LINE_2
COPY1to2
+12dB_1
+12dB_2
LINK_1_A
LINK_2_A
WIND_FIL_1
WIND_FIL_2
+48V_1
+48V_2
23
DP_SYS_RESET
47
57
58
47
CN1
57
58
47
1
RESET
CN101
5
CN101
6
CN107
CN107
79
80
82
83
IN2RP
IN2LP
LINE_MONI2
LINE_MONI1
HP_SP_BEEP
DP_BEEP
IN2LN
A7
B7
B6
85
86
48
BCLK
MCLK
DP_AU_64FS
DP_AU_FS
LRCLK
G2
G1
SDAT
SCLK
F3
F1
55
54
53
ADCDAT
DACDAT
DP_I_CAM_AU_DT12
DP_O_CAM_AU_DT12
DP_LOOPBACK_EE
DP_AU_256FS
GPI01
E4
E5
D3
F2
49
51
56
88
C5
D5
C3
C4
IN1LN
IN1LP
IN1RN
IN1RP
IC203
AUDIO
AD/DA/MIX
7
5
3
13
15
17
IC102
LINEOUT1N
LINEOUT1P
LINE_OUT1N
LINE_OUT1P
LINE_OUT2N
LINE_OUT2P
LINEOUT2N
LINEOUT2P
B4
B3
A3
A2
CN107
73
74
76
77
73
74
76
77
73
74
76
77
BCLK
MCLK
LRCLK
G2
G1
SDAT
SCLK
F3
F1
ADCDAT
DACDAT
DP_I_CAM_AU_DT34
DP_O_CAM_AU_DT34
E4
E5
F2
50
52
CN2
CN2
79
80
82
83
85
86
48
55
54
53
49
51
56
88
CN2
CN107 CN2
CN2
50
52
CN1
CN1
79
80
82
83
85
86
48
55
54
53
49
51
56
88
CN1
CN1
50
52
CN101
9
CN101
10
CN101
1
CN101
2
CN101
13
CN101
14
CN101
CN200 CN101
17
18
19
20
21
CN101
25
27
28
29
24
26
22
23
ATT
ATT
Q208,209
WIND
FILTER
Q216-219
LINE
/MIC
SWITCH
ATT
ATT
Q229
Q228
SWC-50
SW-1478(2/2)
DPR
CN101
CN101
CN101
4 SDA0
18 I2C_SDA
CN101
12
SW_UCON_RESET
6
SW_BATTERY_INFO/DISPLAY
SW_UCON_RESET
SW_BATTERY_INFO/DISPLAY
IC200
LOCAL
uCOM
3 SCL0
17 I2C_SCL
I2C_SDA
I2C_SCL
CN107
CN107
9
I2C_SDA
8
I2C_SCL
11
CN2
CN2
9
8
11
CN1
CN1
9
8
CN107
12
SW_UCON_RESET
7
SW_BATTERY_INFO
CN2
12
7
CN1
12
7
5 EXSCL0
19 SW_INT
7 P27
49
RESET
6
RTC_VDD
CN104
4
CN104
12
6
3
P05
P75
P50
31,24,34
SW_AWB
SW_SHUTTER_A
SW_ASSIGN4
SW_AWB
SW_SHUTTER_A
SW_ASSIGN4
SW_AWB
SW_SHUTTER_A
SW_ASSIGN4
CN101 CN104
8,9,11
3
8,9,11
3 CN102
6,7,9
CN1
6,7,9
3
SWITCH
S1-3
P74
P40
P140
25,5,64
SW_EZMODE
SW_PEAKING
SW_ZEBRA
3
SWITCH
S200-202
P73-70
26-29
P53
37
SW_WBALANCE_A
SW_WBALANCE_B
SW_GAIN_A
SW_GAIN_B
4
SWITCH
S300,301
P21
P23
P52
55,53,36 SW_ASSIN1-3
3
SWITCH
S400-402
P25
P26
P20
P141
P41-43
P120
P00
51,50,56,
63,4-1,62
SW_SHOTTR
SW_TRAN_A,B
SW_BACKLIGHT
SW_BRIGHT_P,M
SW_TC_UB_CT
SW_STATUS
SW_OUTPUT
9
SWITCH
S500-509
LED
SW
Q200
RESET
IC201
S200
+2.5V
P03
59 LED
SW
Q500 S500
+2.5V
HN-356(4/4)
6-4 PMW-EX1R 6-4
BI-202, BI-203, BI-204, DAP-41 (1/4), DPR-311 (1/4), HN-356 (1/4), SW-1478 (1/2) BI-202, BI-203, BI-204, DAP-41 (1/4), DPR-311 (1/4), HN-356 (1/4), SW-1478 (1/2)
CMOS sensor
BI-202
CMOS sensor
BI-203
CMOS sensor
BI-204
AUDIO codec
DAP-41 (1/4)
Main board
DPR-311 (1/4)
DPR-DAP relay board
HN-356 (1/4)
Front switch
SW-1478 (1/2)
CN1
BI-202
DPR-311(1/4)
IC1
R-CH
CMOS
IMAGER
IC200
CAMERA
PROCESS
IC500
CAMERA
MICON
IC414
SDRAM
IC413
FLASH
ROM
CN100
D00[0]-[11]
I_DATA_R0_0-11 O_DATA_GY_A_0-9
17,13,20,15,
24,21,36,43,
34,42,38,39
B4,C4,B5,C5,
C3,D3,D2,E2,
E3,F3,F2,G2 17,13,20,15,
24,21,36,43,
34,42,38,39
V21,W24,W21,U24,
AA23,V24,AA21,AC21,
AD22,Y24,Y21,AC23
B12,D12,A11,B11,D11,
E11,A10,B10,D10,A9
12 12
IM_I_CAMA_Y0-9
10
O_DATA_GY_B_0-9
A6,B6,D6,A5,B5,
D5,E5,D4,E4,F4 IM_I_CAMB_Y0-9
10
O_DATA_RPR_A_0-9
B9,D9,E9,A8,B8,
D8,A7,B7,D7,E7 IM_I_CAMA_C0-9
10
O_DATA_GY_A_0-9
I_CAMA_Y0-9
I_CAMB_Y0-9
I_CAMA_C0-9
I_CAMB_C0-9
A4,B4,A3,B3,B2,
C1,C2,D1,D2,E1
F5
R5,R3,N1,N2,N3,
N5,T5,R2,P1,P2
G3,G5,H1,H2,H3,
H5,J1,J2,J3,K1
K2,K3,K5,L1,L2,
L3,M1,M2,M3,M5
D3,E1,E2,E3,F1,
F2,F3,F5,G1,G2
O_FM_ADRS0-21
B_FM_DATA0-15
C16,B16,A16,E15,
C15,B15,A15,E14,
C14,B14,A14,E13,
C13,B13,A13,E12,
C12,B12,A12,B11,
C11,C10
J5
IM_I_CAMB_C0-9
O_CLK_D I_CAM_CLK
10
10
O_D_Y0-9
AE34,AE33,AE31,AD35,AD34,
AD33,AD31,Y31,W35,W34
10
10
10
10
E2 T2
O_DGTL_FVALID I_CAM_VALID
G4 P3
O_DGTL_H_X I_CAM_HD
F1 R1
O_DGTL_SKIN I_CAM_SKIN
H1 P5
O_DGTL_V_X I_CAM_VD
B15 L5
I_CLK O_CAM_SYS_CLK
A17
O_EEPROM_CS
A18
O_FM_CS
B18
O_FM_OE
E17
O_FM_WE
C17
O_FM_RST
A11
I_FM_RDY
AN25
B_GPIO_GP_B0
C9
O_EXRAM_WE
B17
O_EXRAM_CS
E8
O_EXRAM_CAS
E6
O_EXRAM_CKE
E16
O_EXRAM_CLK
D34
B_SYS_SCLK
B8
O_EXRAM_RAS
H2 T3
O_DGTL_FLD I_CAM_FLD
D01[0]-[11]
I_DATA_R0_0-11
18,14,19,16,
23,22,35,44,
33,41,37,40
18,14,19,16,
23,22,35,44,
33,41,37,40
J3,K3,K2,L2,
L3,M3,M2,N2,
N4,P4,N3,P3
V20,W23,W20,U23,
AB23,V23,AA20,AC20,
AD21,Y23,Y20,AC22
12
4
12
4
4 4
DCK_P,STRB_P
I_CLK_R,I_STRB_R 27,31 27,31
H2,G3 AA24,AB24
SCK,SDI,TOUT,XCE O_SCK_0,I_SDI_0,
O_SDO_0,O_SCE_0_X
57-60 57-60
M12,L11,J11,M13 H24,J20,H23,J21
XCLR H13
IC600(1/3)
BASE BAND
MCK[X],TEVODIN,XVS,XHS O_CLK_R
O_OHB_F_R
O_OHB_H_R
O_OHB_V_R
53,62-64 53,62-64
61 61
M11,K11,N13,N12 H21,F24,G24,G23
CN1
BI-203
CN1
BI-204
IC1
B-CH
CMOS
IMAGER
CN102
D00[0]-[11]
I_DATA_B0_0-11
17,13,20,15,
24,21,36,43,
34,42,38,39
B4,C4,B5,C5,
C3,D3,D2,E2,
E3,F3,F2,G2 17,13,20,15,
24,21,36,43,
34,42,38,39
AD18,AD17,AC16,Y18,
AA15,AA17,AC13,AD12,
AC14,AA16,AA14,AA12
12 12
D01[0]-[11]
I_DATA_B0_0-11
18,14,19,16,
23,22,35,44,
33,41,37,40
18,14,19,16,
23,22,35,44,
33,41,37,40
J3,K3,K2,L2,
L3,M3,M2,N2,
N4,P4,N3,P3
AC18,AC17,AC15,AA18,
Y15,Y17,AA13,AC12,
AD13,Y16,Y14,Y12
12 12
DCK_P,STRB_P
I_CLK_B,I_STRB_B 27,31 27,31
H2,G3 AD15,AD14
AA8,Y8,AC8,AD8
O_CLK_B
O_OHB_F_B
O_OHB_H_B
O_OHB_V_B
AA9,Y10,AA10,AC9
27
HN-356
(1/4)
DAP-41
(1/4)
IC1
G-CH
CMOS
IMAGER
CN101
D00[0]-[11]
I_DATA_G0_0-11
17,13,20,15,
24,21,36,43,
34,42,38,39
B4,C4,B5,C5,
C3,D3,D2,E2,
E3,F3,F2,G2 17,13,20,15,
24,21,36,43,
34,42,38,39
K24,M21,L21,J24,
N21,L24,R21,T24,
P24,M24,P21,R24
12 12
D01[0]-[11]
I_DATA_G0_0-11
18,14,19,16,
23,22,35,44,
33,41,37,40
18,14,19,16,
23,22,35,44,
33,41,37,40
J3,K3,K2,L2,
L3,M3,M2,N2,
N4,P4,N3,P3
K23,M20,L20,J23,
N20,L23,R20,T23,
P23,M23,P20,R23
12 12
2 2
DCK_P,STRB_P
I_CLK_G,I_STRB_G 27,31 27,31
H2,G3 N24,N23
E24,G20,E23,G21
IC3
IIC BUS
TEMP
WATCH
CN1 CN101
SDA_TEMP,
SCL_TEMP
71,72 71,72
1,2
IC408
IC402
Q400
IC201
LEVEL
SHIFT
IM_+1.8V
IM_XCLR
4
4
1
1
2
4 2
2 4
2,5
SDA_TEMP,
SCL_TEMP
LENS_IRIS_CONT
1,7
PQ3
Y6
B_CODEC_Y2-9
AP18,AN18,AR19,AP19,
AN19,AP20,AN20,AN21
8
B_CODEC_C2-9
AN15,AL15,AR16,AP16,
AN16,AL16,AR17,AP17
8
AN30
B_CODEC_HSYNC
AN32
B_CODEC_VSYNC
AN23
B_CODEC_FLDID
AP31
O_CODEC_VFSYNC
AR31
O_CODEC_CLK
AL18
I_CODEC_CLK
IC405
IM_+3.3V
4
1
2
IC400
4
2
1
IC503
IM_+2.5V
SY_SC21_IMG_RESET 4/4
4
1
2
IC410
4
2
1
SDA,SCL
AA14,
Y13 3,6
PT2
AC18
ANOUT1
F2
MSDATA2
C14
ANOUT0
E2
2
12
16
32
LENS_ZOOM_POSI
AN4
B4
28
LENS_IRIS_POSI
AN3
D3
CN3302
CN3402
42
ANGLE_LEVEL_V
AN1
B2
41
ANGLE_LEVEL_H
AN0
A1
LENS_S/S_SW
PU2
AA8
LENS_RET_SW
PU1
Y14
31
LENS_EXTENDER
AN5
B1
PQ1
Y11
43
ND_POSI_0
PU3
AA15
42
ND_POSI_1
PU4
Y8
20
LENS_RX
RXD5
Y17
19
LENS_TX
TXD5
AA17
21
LENS_RESET
PU5
AA16
22
LENS_FLMD0
PU6
Y9
23
20
19
21
22
23
20
19
21
22
23
20
19
21
22
23
LENS_FLMD1
PU7
Y15
UDQM
A23 F1
LDQM
E8
WE
F9
WE1
A21
CS3
A17
RST
D0-15
D0-15
A8,B9,B8,C9,C8,D9,D8,E9,
E1,D2,D1,C2,C1,B2,B1,A2
A0-11
A1-12
H7,H8,J8,J7,J3,J2,
H3,H2,H1,G3,H9,G2
24 22
A0-23
A1-24
H2,H3,G3,H4,J5,
G5,J6,H7,G2,J3,
G4,J4,H5,G6,H6,J7
H2,H3,G3,H4,J5,
G5,J6,H7,G2,J3,
G4,J4,H5,G6,H6,J7
CS
G9
16
A0-21
A0-21
D20,AC23,AB21,R21,AB23,
AB22,AA23,R20,T21,U21,
P21,AA22,Y23,Y22,P20,
V23,V22,N20,P22,U23,
U22,T23
DQ0-15
D0-15
G1,F1,E1,D1,B1,C1,
F2,E2,F6,D7,E7,B8,
C8,D8,F7,E8,F8,D2,
B2,B3,E6,B7,C7,C3
G1,F1,E1,D1,B1,C1,
F2,E2,F6,D7,E7,B8,
C8,D8,F7,E8,F8,D2,
B2,B3,E6
16
D0-15
D0-15
IM_CPU_CLK
IM_CPU_CLK
IM_WE0
IM_WE0
IM_RD
IM_CPU_CLK
M22,M21,L20,L21,
M20,J21,K21,L23,
K20,L22,K23,K22,
J23,J20,J22,H23
16
IO_CPU_D_0-7
D0-7
B18,D18,E18,A17,
B17,D17,E17,A16
16
IO_CPU_A_0,1
A0,1 A20,B20
K1
2
BA0,1
A13-14
A5
CKIO
CLK
C6
IM_RISE_CS_X A19
CS7
IM_CAM_XRESET AA13
PQ2
D19
BS ADV
E5
D16
CS0
AA19
WAIT
Y18
P87
AB9
INT6
AA4
INT3
AC8
INT2
AB7
INT1
Y7
O_GP_V
AC4
O_EXT_OHB_H_X
AB8
INT4
AC9
INT5
A19
O_SIRQ
A18
O_CPU_WAIT
E19
I_CLK_CPU
IM_CAM_XRESET D14
I_SRST_X
IM_RISE_CS_X D20
I_CPU_CS_X
IM_RD B19
I_CPU_RD_X
IM_WE0 D19
I_CPU_WR_X
F4
RST
G7
WAIT
F1-CE
B21
RD F1-OE
J2
D17
WE0
WE
F5
C20
RD/WR
CAS
F7
D18
RAS RAS
F8
C19
CAS
CKE
F3 C21
CKE
CLK
F2
IC1000
SDRAM
IC1003
FLASH
ROM
13
16
DQ0-15
26,24,51,23,50,22,49,21,
5,35,4,34,3,33,2,32
A0-12
A0-12
44,45,16,15,11,10,
40,39,8,61,18,38,7
2
BA0,1
A14,15 65,46
21 22
A0-20
A1-21 A0-21
WE
20
16 16
DQ0-15
E7,C7,B7,A7,
C6,B6,A6,C5,
B5,A5,C4,B4,
A4,B3,A3,A2
K1
CS
19
CAS
66
RAS
47
CKE
60
CLK
37
2
LDQM,UDQM
A20,21 48,6
RST
F4
WAIT
G7
WP
E4
F1-CE
F1-OE
J2
WE
F5
B7
A21
C7
A22
IM_O_DGTL_V_X 4/4
MD_TORINO_BVYDT0-7 2/4
DP_TO_DV_SCLHD_Y0-9 4/4
DP_TO_TX_SIO_STX 3/4,4/4
DP_TO_TX_SIO_SRX 4/4
DP_TO_DV_SCLHD_C0-9 4/4
BD_TORINO_BVCDT0-7 2/4
MD_TORINO_BVHSYNC 2/4
MD_TORINO_BVVSYNC 2/4
MD_TORINO_BVFLDID 2/4
DP_TO_DV_IVFSYNC 4/4
MD_TORINO_IVCLK 2/4
MD_TORINO_OVCLK 2/4
DP_TO_DV_CODEC_CLK 4/4
IC501 SY_SC21_IMG_PEN 4/4
4
1
2
AC7
PN4
IC504 SY_SC21_IMG_CLK 4/4
4
1
2
D12
SCK0
IC502 SY_SC21_IMG_DIN 4/4
4
1
2
A14
RXD0
B14
TXD0
AA6
PQ0
SY_SC21_IMG_DOUT 4/4
IC409 SY_MLN_CLK 4/4
4
1
2
A7
EXTAL
SY_SC21_IMG_RDY 4/4
LENS
LENS_REMOTE/LOCAL
IC406
IC404 4 2
IC403
Q401
IC401
4
2
1
PQ4
Y12
27
32
28
CN1
CN3302 CN1
42
41
31
43
42
27
32
28
CN2
CN2
42
41
31
43
42
LENS_COMP_IRIS_CONT O_LCD_G6,7,
O_LCD_R0-7
B19,C19,A25,A24,B24,
C24,E24,A23,B23,C23 O_LCD_Y0-9
10 10
CN900
20-11
O_LCD_B4-7,
O_LCD_G0-5
E22,A21,B21,C21,E21,
A20,B20,C20,E20,A19 O_LCD_C0-9
10 10
4
1
2
IC900
CN900
CN900
10-1
O_D_PBPR0-9
O_D_VSYNC
O_D_HSYNC
O_D_FLDID
O_D_XRST
O_D_CLK
W33,W31,V31,V33,V34,
V35,U31,U33,U34,U35
C32
B32
A31
A33
A32
DP_TO_DV_SCLHD_VSYNC 4/4
DP_TO_DV_SCLHD_HSYNC 4/4
O_CAM_AU_DT12
O_CAM_AU_DT34
N34
N35
DP_TO_DV_AU_DT12 4/4
DP_TO_DV_AU_DT34 4/4
I_CAM_AU_DT12
I_CAM_AU_DT34
M34
M33
DV_TO_DP_AU_DT12 4/4
DV_TO_DP_AU_DT34 4/4
DP_TO_DV_SCLHD_FLDID 4/4
DP_TO_DV_SCLHD_XRST 4/4
O_CAM_AU_FS
O_CAM_AU_64FS
O_CAM_AU_256FS
L34
L33
L31
DP_TO_DV_AU_FS 4/4
DP_TO_DV_AU_64FS 4/4
DP_TO_DV_AU_256FS 4/4
B_GPIO_GP_B3
B_GPIO_GP_B2
I_EXT_INT0
AL23
AL24
E34
DP_TO_DV_GPIO_B3 4/4
DP_TO_DV_GPIO_B2 4/4
DP_TO_DV_INT0 4/4
DP_TO_DV_SCLHD_CLK 4/4
DP_TO_TX_SIO_SCLK 3/4,4/4
DP_TO_TX_SIO_SCS 4/4
DP_TO_TX_TC_HD 4/4
DP_TO_TX_TC_VD 4/4
10
B_RET_Y0-9
AR34,AP35,AP34,AN35,AN34,
AM35,AM34,AM33,AL33,AL34
10
DV_TO_DP_RET_Y0-9 4/4
DV_TO_DP_RET_C0-9 4/4 B_RET_C0-9
B_RET_VSYNC
B_RET_HSYNC
B_RET_FSYNC
B_RET_CLK
AL35,AK35,AK34,AK33,AJ35,
AK34,AK33,AH35,AH34,AH33
AF31
AH31
AJ31
AL31
DV_TO_DP_RET_VSYNC 4/4
DV_TO_DP_RET_HSYNC 4/4
DV_TO_DP_RET_FSYNC 4/4
DV_TO_DP_RET_CLK 4/4
10
O_LCD_CLK
O_LCD_HD
O_LCD_VD
O_LCD_XRST
E25
B25
C25
H33
O_LCD_CLK
O_LCD_HD
O_LCD_VD
O_LCD_XRST
21
22
23
24
CN3401
CN3401
CN3401
O_EVF_R
O_EVF_G
O_EVF_B
O_EVF_XRST
R33
T34
T35
K34
O_EVF_R_PR
O_EVF_G_Y
O_EVF_B_PB
O_EVF_XRST
13
12
CN3400
B_HDMI_IIC_SDA
B_HDMI_IIC_SCK
H35
J35
40
41
11
15
O_EVF_SCS J31 O_EVF_SCS
9
O_EVF_VD K33 O_EVF_VD
19
O_EVF_HD L33 O_EVF_HD
20
O_LCD_SCLK
25
O_EVF_SCLK K35
O_EVF_STX J33
O_LCD_STX
26
O_LCD_SCS H34 O_LCD_SCS
27
I_LCD_SRX
28 I_EVF_SRX
J34
B_GPIO_GP_A3 N33 O_LCD_BLC
34
VDD(+3.3V) 30,
31,
39
O_GLK_STX E29
I_GLK_SRX B28
O_GLK_SCLK C29
O_LCD_BLC H31
DP_BEEP 4/4
O_CODEC_AU_64FS AR32
MD_ZOU3_IAPCK2 2/4
O_CODEC_AU_FS AP33
MD_Z3TRN_IAFS2 2/4
B_CODEC_AU_DT34 AR33
MD_ZOU3_BADT342 2/4
B_CODEC_AU_DT12 AN33
MD_ZOU3_BADT122 2/4
4
1
2
IC902
DP_+3.1V
4
1
2
IC3401
IC901
SERIAL/PARALEL
O_EVF_SCLK
16
O_EVF_STX
18
EVF_DWN
7
29
28
4
1
2
IC3400
Q901,903
SWITCH
VDD_BL(+5.0V)
35,36 DP_A4.6V
Q900,902
SWITCH
LCD
MODULE
DR
P01 5
P02 6
P03 7
P04 8
DP_VIDEO_CPNT_DWN 4/4
P05 9
DP_VIDEO_CPST_DWN 4/4
P07 11
DP_ADJ_54M 4/4
DP_CONE_V_CPNT 4/4
DP_CONE_V_CPST 4/4
P10 13 PANEL_OPEN/CLOSE
P11 14 PANEL_REVERSE
P12 15
P13 16
P15 18
DP_HDMI_DWN
DP_FLASH_SEL
4/4 P16 19
DP_SDI_DWN 4/4 P17 20
ASW
ASW
CN3302
DP_I2C_SDA
DP_I2C_SCL
DP_I2C_SDA
DP_I2C_SCL
57
58 HN-356
HN-356
DP_I2C_DAT
DP_I2C_CK
17
6
O_TC_SCS E18
O_TC_HD E19
O_TC_VD C18
22
SCL
23
SDA
4 2
IC1001
IC1004
4 2
IC602
9 8
IC602
2 3
IC602
5 6
IC1002
4
2
1
27
32
28
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
CN107
CN107
CN3302 CN1 CN2 CN107
42
41
SW-1478
(1/2)
CN1
4
3
NC
NC
25
24
31
43
42
30 30 30 30
26
25
24
26
25
24
26
25
24
4
IM_RTCK
RTCK
AA1
3
IM_ICE_RESET
2
IM_TMS
TMS
AA2
1
IM_TRST
TRST
Y1
IM_TCK
TCK
V4
IM_TDI
TDI
AA3
5
IM_TDO
TDO
AB1
IM_TXD4
TXD4
AC15
IM_RXD4
RXD4
Y10
7
6
8
9
26
NC
CN102
CN103
CN101
4
3
2
3
2
1
3
4
5
33,34 33,34 33,34 33,34
LENS_UNREG_OUT
IM_UNREG
7
35,36 35,36 35,36 35,36
LENS_UNREG_GND
6,8
SY_SC21_DISP_CLK 4/4
D35
B_SYS_PEN SY_SC21_DISP_PEN 4/4
E33
O_SYS_STX SY_SC21_DISP_DOUT 4/4
E35
I_SYS_SRX SY_SC21_DISP_DIN 4/4
F35
AN29
O_SYS_RDY SY_SC21_DISP_RDY 4/4
I_SYS_XRST DP_SYS_RESET 4/4
4 4
4 4
SCK,SDI,TOUT,XCE O_SCK_1,I_SDI_1,
O_SDO_1,O_SCE_1_X
57-60 57-60
M12,L11,J11,M13
XCLR H13
MCK[X],TEVODIN,XVS,XHS O_CLK_G
O_OHB_F_G
O_OHB_H_G
O_OHB_V_G
53,62-64 53,62-64
61 61
M11,K11,N13,N12 F23,F21,D23,D24
4 4
4 4
SCK,SDI,TOUT,XCE O_SCK_2,I_SDI_2,
O_SDO_2,O_SCE_2_X
57-60 57-60
M12,L11,J11,M13
XCLR H13
MCK[X],TEVODIN,
XVS,XHS
53,62-64 53,62-64
61 61
M11,K11,N13,N12
G7,G8
6-5 PMW-EX1R 6-5
CN-3273 (1/2), DPR-311 (2/4), EC-68 CN-3273 (1/2), DPR-311 (2/4), EC-68
DPR-ASW relay board
CN-3273 (1/2)
Main board
DPR-311 (2/4)
ExpressCard slot
EC-68
DPR-311(2/4)
EC-68
MD_TORINO_BVYDT0-7
MD_TORINO_BVCDT0-7
BVYDT0-7
BVCDT0-7
154,153,
66,227,
229,67,
155,228
231,68,
156,232,
158,159,
73,161
296
BVHSYNC
8
8
DP_B_PXY_VIDEO0-3
BBDT1_0-3
AF21,AJ21,
AG21,AF20
4 4 IBCK1
AF19
BBRDY1
AK22
295
BVVSYNC
294
BVFLDID
292
IVFSYNC
65
IVCLK
74
ISCLK
59
IPCLK
218
IAFS
72
OVCLK
58 AL16
IHALE OHALE
282 AL17
IHWRX OHWRX
144 AL19
IHRDX OHRDX
283 AF22
IHCSX OHCS2X
281 AJ23
OHINT IHINT2
233 AJ22
ISRSTX OHRST2X
40 AG25
IBRDY OBRDY2
39 AJ26
OBRDY BBRDY2
272 AK26
OBARDY IBARDY2
AE18
IVFSYNC
AE19
ISTCCK
AL29
BADT342
AL28
BADT122
AG22
BADT562
AK23
BADT782
AK24
IAPCK2
AG23
IAFS2
41 AJ25
IACLK OBACK2
AK25
IBACK2
AK17
IAFS1
AG17
IAPCK1
130 AJ24
IBARDY OBARDY2
129 AG24
BBADT BBADT2
220
BADT34
146
BADT12
IC1500(1/2)
MPEG
ENCODER/DECODER
IC1500(2/2)
MPEG
ENCODER/DECODER
X2500
33.333MHz
IC2500
CLOCK BUFFER
BHDT0-7
279,216,
142,55,
280,217,
143,56 MD_BHDT0-7
8
BBDT0-7
268,125,
204,126,
205,127,
38,128 MD_BBDT20-7
8
BHDT_0-7
BBDT2_0-7
AL27,AL25,
AL23,AL21,
AL26,AL24,
AL20,AL22
B17,E17,C17,B18,
A19,C18,A20,F17,
B19,G17,E18,F18,
B20,C19,C20,A21,
A22,B21,E19,C21,
G18,E20,B22,F19,
C22,A23,A24,G19,
B23,E21,F20,A25
AF25,AK28,
AJ28,AF23,
AF24,AJ27,
AK27,AG26
8
BPCAD_0-31
MD_BPCAD0-31
32
AD0-31
81
83
XT1/SCLK
XT2
X2300
30MHz
79-76,74-72,
70,67,66,64-62,
59,58,56,41,40,
38,36-32,26-22,
20,19,17
32
B24,C23,E22,G20
BPCCBEX_0-3
MD_BPCCBEX0-3
4
CBE00-30
68,55,42,28
4
A28
BPCPAR PAR
53
A27
BPCFRAMEX FRAME0
43
B26
BPCIRDYX IRDY0
44
A26
BPCTRDYX TRDY0
47
C24
BPCSTOPX STOP0
50
F21
BPCDEVSELX DEVSEL0
49
F22
IPCREQX2 REQ0
16
MD_BPCAD17
C26
BPCGNTX2
E23
IPCREQX1
C25
BPCGNTX1
GNT0
15
G21
BPCPERRX PERR0
51
G22
BPCSERRX
AL11
OPETXP1
AK11
OPETXN1
AL9
OPETXP2
AK9
OPETXN2
AL6
BPERST1X
AK6
AH30,AE26,
AF29,AE29,
AD25,AE27
AD27
BPERST2X
Y29,Y27,W31,Y26,
W29,Y25,W30,V31,
W27,V30,W26,U31,
U30,V27,U27,T27 BGPIO_8-19,
22,23,30,31
IINT_0-3,
IINTD_5,6
AL10
IPERXP1
AK10
IPERXN1
AL8
IPERXP2
AK8
IPERXN2
SERR0
52
F23
OPCRSTX VBBRST0
13
B27
IPCINTCX
E25
IPCINTBX
MD_BPCPAR
MD_BPCFRAMEX
MD_BPCIRDYX
MD_BPCTRDYX
MD_BPCSTOPX
MD_BPCDEVSELX
MD_BPCPERRX
MD_BPCSERRX
MD_OPCRSTX
MD_BPCPAR
MD_BPCFRAMEX
MD_BPCIRDYX
MD_BPCTRDYX
MD_BPCSTOPX
MD_BPCDEVSELX
MD_BPCPERRX
MD_BPCSERRX
MD_OPCRSTX
AH10
IPECKP1
AG11
IPECKN1
AG10
IPECKN2
AH9
IPECKP2
INTA0
14
CLKB
18
CLKB
17
CLKA
19
CLKA
20
PCLK
11
IDSEL
29
8
IC1600(1/2)
AVIT
MD_TORINO_BVYDT0-7 1/4
BD_TORINO_BVCDT0-7 1/4
MD_TORINO_BVHSYNC 1/4
MD_TORINO_BVVSYNC 1/4
MD_TORINO_BVFLDID 1/4
MD_TORINO_IVCLK 1/4
MD_TORINO_OVCLK 1/4
DV_TO_MD_IVFSYNC 4/4
DV_TO_MD_CLK27 4/4
DP_B_PXY_VIDEO0-3 4/4
DP_O_PXY_CLK 4/4
DP_B_PXY_VALID 4/4
OMAD00-12
BMDT16-23,40-47,
24-39
16,17,107,188,
106,15,254,253,
104,103,105,
14,13
9
OMCEX
100
OMWEX
182
OMRSX
101
OMCSX
102
OMCKE
IC1601
MOBILE
DDR
SDRAM
12 13
A0-11
A0-11
A12
A0-12
68,29,98,28,
10,88,9,52,
87,8,99,51
32 32
OMDQ2-5
118,91,20,181
4 4
DM0-3
MD_TRINO_OMDQ0-3 67,53,71,49
BMDQS0-3
115,93,111,5
4 4
6
17
DQS0-3
MD_TRINO_BMDQS0-3 66,54,72,48
OMADB0,1
251,185
2 2
BA0,1
MD_TRINO_OMADBB0,1 69,30
DQ0-31
22,62,63,95,
64,96,65,97,
89,55,90,56,
91,57,58,16,
38,76,75,105,
74,104,73,103,
83,47,82,46,
81,45,80,44
29,116,28,117,
27,195,26,113,
242,90,174,89,
172,173,241,88,
263,110,264,108,
112,19,109,18,
7,8,6,99,
96,95,97,98,
RAS
31
CAS
70
11
OMCLK
10
OMCLKX
CK
50
CK
85
CKE
7
IHCLK
57
IBCLK
35
CS
100
WE
101
86
NC2
16
XTAL_IN
ISYSCK BCLK1
V5 6
IBCK2
AK29
IHCK
AL18
BCLK0
4
ISYSDRPCK BCLK2
AG7 8
IPCPCLK BCLK3
A17 10
BCLK4
12
BCLK5
14
IC2300
USB
HOST
CONTROLLER
IC2400
CLOCK
GENERATOR
IC2501
CLOCK BUFFER
1
ICLK Q1
2
Q2
3
Q3
4
Q4
5
MD_ZOU3_IAPCK2 1/4
MD_Z3TRN_IAFS2 1/4
MD_ZOU3_BADT342 1/4
MD_ZOU3_BADT122 1/4
87
88
X1
X0
X2200
24.576MHz
5
6
X1
X2
X2400
25MHz
TPA0p
TPA0n
AD0-31
68-65,63,62,59,58,
56,55,53,52,50-47,
33,32,29-26,24,23,
18-15,13,12,10,9
32
CBE0-3
57,45,34,21
4
PAR
44
FRAME
35
IRDY
36
TRDY
37
STOP
40
DEVSEL
39
REQ
8
GNT
7
PERR
41
SERR
42
PRST
5
INTA
4
V7
OSYSPLOCK P-RESET
81
PCLK
6
IC2200
i.LINK
CONTROLLER
101
100
TPA+
TPA-
CN3400
60
58
TPB0p
TPB0n
99
98
TPB+
TPB-
TPA+
TPA-
TPB+
TPB-
56
54
CN1
60
58
56
54
CN3
4
3
2
1
REFCLK+
REFCLK-
REFCLK+
REFCLK-
CLKREQ
PETp0
PETn0
SYSRST
PERp0
PERn0
CPPE MD_BGPIO_8
MD_BGPIO_9
MD_BGPIO_10
MD_BGPIO_11
MD_BGPIO_16
MD_BGPIO_17
MD_BGPIO_22
MD_BGPIO_30
CPUSB
STBY
SHDN
LED0
WAKE
LED1
OC
PETp0
PETn0
SYSRST
PERp0
PERn0
CLKREQ
DP2
DM2
106
105
USB_D+
USB_D-
PCIEXT0
PCIEXC0
7
8
PCIEXT1
PCIEXC1
14
13
CLKRE00 4
CLKRE01 17
CN2401
DP1
DM1
102
101
USB_D+
USB_D-
REFCLK+
REFCLK-
CLKREQ
PETp0
PETn0
PRST
PERp0
PERn0
CPPE
CPUSB
WAKE
USB_D+
USB_D-
CN2400
6
5
23
14
13
22
10
9
24
20
25
26
30
21
29
2,4,17
12,14
3.3VOUT1,2
AUXOUT
1.5VOUT1,2
27
CN1
2
1
6
5
23
14
13
22
10
9
24
20
25
26
30
21
29
27
2
1
6
5
23
14
13
22
10
9
24
20
25
26
30
21
29
27
2
1
6
5
23
14
13
22
10
9
24
20
25
26
30
21
29
27
2
1 CLK_INT
2
CLK_INC
3
IC2401
CLOCK
GENERATOR
CLKC
13
CLKC
14
CPPE MD_BGPIO_12
MD_BGPIO_13
MD_BGPIO_14
MD_BGPIO_15
MD_BGPIO_18
MD_BGPIO_19
MD_BGPIO_23
MD_BGPIO_31
MD_BGPIO_8,9,12,13,22,23
MD_BGPIO_8-19,22,23,30,31
CPUSB
STBY
SHDN
LED0
WAKE
LED1
OC
19
18
16
25
24
13
21
22
11
17
4
14,15
12
9,10
3,5
15
3.3VIN1,2,
AUXIN
1.5VIN1,2
19
OC
20
SHDN
1
STBY
9
CPUSB
10
CPPE
6
SYSRST
8
PERST
11,13
CN2
CN2
3
2
Express
Card
SLOT A
MD_BPCAD16
IDSEL
22
AK13
OSCRDYX
AG15
OSCD0
SY_SC21_MEDIA_RDY 4/4
Y31
BGPIO_6 MD_BGPIO_6 3/4
SY_SC21_MEDIA_DOUT 4/4
AH14
ISCD1 SY_SC21_MEDIA_DIN 4/4
AL14
ISCPENX SY_SC21_MEDIA_PEN 4/4
AH15
ISCCK SY_SC21_MEDIA_CLK 4/4
AG13
ISYSSRSTX SY_SC21_MEDIA_RESET-2 4/4
IINTD_7 DV_TO_MD_DVFSYNC 4/4
+3.3V
D1
IC1
POWER SWITCH
+1.5V
+3.3V_PE
+3.3V_AUX
+1.5V_PE
EC-68
CN-3273(1/2)
REFCLK+
REFCLK-
CLKREQ
PETp0
PETn0
PRST
PERp0
PERn0
CPPE
CPUSB
WAKE
USB_D+
USB_D-
2,4,17
12,14
3.3VOUT1,2
AUXOUT
1.5VOUT1,2
CN1
19
18
16
25
24
13
21
22
11
17
4
14,15
12
9,10
3,5
15
3.3VIN1,2,
AUXIN
1.5VIN1,2
19
OC
20
SHDN
1
STBY
9
CPUSB
10
CPPE
6
SYSRST
8
PERST
11,13
CN2
CN2
3
2
Express
Card
SLOT B
+3.3V
D1
IC1
POWER SWITCH
+1.5V
+3.3V_PE
+3.3V_AUX
+1.5V_PE
i.HDV
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
31
32
ICMS
ICDI
ICDO
IURCK
IURSDI1
OURSDO1
BGPIO_0
ICCK
ICRSTX
MD_ZOU3_ICE_ICMS
MD_ZOU3_ICDI
MD_ZOU3_OCDC
MD_ZOU3_IURCK
MD_ZOU3_IURSDI1
MD_ZOU3_OURSDO1
MD_BGPIO_0
MD_ZOU3_ICE_ICCK
MD_ZOU3_ICE_ICRSTX
AG8
AF9
AK4
AB25
AD31
AE31
AB30
AL5
AL4
CN3402
6-6 PMW-EX1R 6-6
DAP-41 (2/4), DPR-311 (3/4), HN-356 (2/4) DAP-41 (2/4), DPR-311 (3/4), HN-356 (2/4)
AUDIO codec
DAP-41 (2/4)
Main board
DPR-311 (3/4)
DPR-DAP relay board
HN-356 (2/4)
DPR-311(3/4) DAP-41
(2/4)
AD26
Y7
IUBVBUS
IINTD_4
AH3
IUBDREQ1X
AL3
OUBDACK1X
AG6
OUBRD1X
AK3
OUBSTP1X
AD2,AB6,AA7,AE1,
AB5,AC2,AC3
OUBA_1-7
AA6,AD1,AC1,AA5,
AB3,AB1,AB2,AA3,
AA2,AA1,Y3,Y2,
Y1,W3,W2,W1
BUBD_0-15
IC1600(2/2)
DDR2,PIFC
IC600(2/3)
BASEBAND
OMAD00-12
BMD0_0-31
A4,E7,D6,A6,
E6,A5,B5,D7,
B3,A3,B6,B4,E8
F2
OMCSX_0
D9
OMWEX
E5
OMRASX
D2
OMCASX
B7
OMCKE
IC1800
DDR2
SDRAM
12 13
A0-12
A0-12 A0-12
M8,M3,M7,N2,
N8,N3,N7,P2,
P8,P3,M2,P7,R2
16 32
BMDM_0-3
H2,L1,A10,B14
4 2
UDM,LDM
MD_OMDM0-3 MD_OMDM0,1
MD_BMD00-15 MD_BMD00-31
B3,F3
BMDQSP0-3,
BMDQSN0-3
J4,J5,N4,N5,
E11,D11,D14,E14
8 4
UDQS,UDQS,
LDQS,LDQS
MD_BMDQSP0-3,
MD_BMDQSN0-3
MD_BMDQSP0,N0,
MD_BMDQSP1,N1
D7,A8,
F7,E8
OMBA0,1
D8,A7
2 2
BA0,1
MD_OMBA0,1 MD_OMBA0,1 L2,L3
DQ0-15
G8,G2,H7,H3,
H1,H9,F1,F9,
C8,C2,D7,D3,
D1,D9,B1,B9
H5,G5,H4,G4,H1,L5,J2,J1,
L4,M5,L2,M4,M2,N2,M1,N1,
B9,E10,A9,D10,B10,A11,B11,E13,
B13,D13,A13,A14,
A15,B15,D15,E15
RAS
K7
CAS
L7
G1
OMCKP_0
G2
OMCKN_0
CK
J8
CK
K8
A8
OMCKP_1
B8
OMCKN_1
MD_OMCS0X
MD_OMCS1X
MD_OMCS1X
MD_OMWEX
MD_OMRASX
MD_OMCASX
MD_OMCKE
MD_OMCKP0
MD_OMCKN0
E2
OMODT_0 ODT
K9 MD_OMODT0
MD_OMCKP1
MD_OMCKN1
MD_OMCS0X
MD_OMWEX
MD_OMRASX
MD_OMCASX
MD_OMCKE
MD_OMCKP1
MD_OMCKN1
MD_OMODT0
ODT
K9
CKE
K2
CS
L8
WE
K3
D1
OMCSX_1 BA2
L1
M8,M3,M7,N2,
N8,N3,N7,P2,
P8,P3,M2,P7,R2
B3,F3
D7,A8,
F7,E8
L2,L3
G8,G2,H7,H3,
H1,H9,F1,F9,
C8,C2,D7,D3,
D1,D9,B1,B9
K7
L7
J8
K8
K2
L8
K3
L1
IC1801
DDR2
SDRAM
A0-12
UDM,LDM
UDQS,UDQS,
LDQS,LDQS
BA0,1
DQ0-15
RAS
CAS
CK
CK
CKE
CS
WE
BA2
12
A0-12
16
2
MD_OMDM0,1
MD_BMD16-31
4
MD_BMDQSP2,N2,
MD_BMDQSP3,N3
2
MD_OMBA0,1
O_DDR_ADDR0-12
B_DDR_DATA0-63
AH2,AF2,AK2,AF3,
AN3,AF1,AN2,AN1,
AM3,AL3,AJ3,AL2,AK3
AJ2
O_DDR_CS
AH3
O_DDR_WE
AE2
O_DDR_RAS
AG2
O_DDR_CAS
AM2
O_DDR_CKE
IC1100
MDDR
RAM
12 13
A0-12
DP_O_DDR_ADDR0-12 DP_O_DDR_ADDR0-12
J8,J9,K7,K9,
K1,K3,J1,J2,
J3,H1,J7,H2,H3
32 64
B_DDR_DM0-7
W1,AB1,AD1,AG1,
AR8,AR5,AR12,AR10
8 4
DM0-3
DP_B_DDR_DM0-7 DP_B_DDR_DM4-7
DP_B_DDR_DATA32-63 DP_B_DDR_DATA0-63
K8,K2,
F8,F2
B_DDR_DQS0-7
V1,AA1,AE1,AH1,
AR7,AR4,AR13,AR11
8 4
DQS0-3
DP_B_DDR_DQS0-7 DP_B_DDR_DQS4-7
L8,L2,
E8,E2
O_DDR_BA0,1
AE3,AG3
2 2
BA0,1
DP_O_DDR_BA0,1 DP_O_DDR_BA0,1 H8,H9
DQ0-31
R8,P7,P8,N7,
N8,M7,M8,L7,
L3,M2,M3,N2,
N3,P2,P3,R2,
A8,B7,B8,C7,
C8,D7,D8,E7,
E3,D2,D3,C2,
C3,B2,B3,A2
U2,U3,V2,V3,W2,W3,Y2,Y3,
AD5,AC5,AB5,AA5,AY5,W5,V5,U5,
AD3,AD2,AC3,AC2,AB3,AB2,AA3,AA2,
AE5,AF5,AG5,AH5,AJ5,AK5,AL5,AL6,
AN7,AP7,AN8,AP8,AN9,AN10,AP10,AP6,
AN6,AP5,AN5,AP4,AN4,AP3,AP2,AP14,
AN14,AP13,AN13,AP12,AN12,AP11,AN11,
AL7-14
RAS
G9
CAS
G8
AR3
O_DDR_CLK1
AR2
O_DDR_CLKN1
CK
G2
CK
G3
AL1
O_DDR_CLK0
AK1
O_DDR_CLKN0
MD_OMCS0X
MD_OMWEX
MD_OMRASX
MD_OMCASX
MD_OMCKE
DR_O_DDR_CLK1
DR_O_DDR_CLKN1
DR_O_DDR_CLK0
DR_O_DDR_CLKN0
MD_OMCS0X
MD_OMWEX
MD_OMRASX
MD_OMCASX
MD_OMCKE
DR_O_DDR_CLK0
DR_O_DDR_CLKN0
AL20
X1100
54MHz
3
I_CLK_DDR
CKE
G1
CS
H7
WE
G7
12
A0-12
DP_O_DDR_ADDR0-12
J8,J9,K7,K9,
K1,K3,J1,J2,
J3,H1,J7,H2,H3
32
4
DM0-3
DP_B_DDR_DM0-3
DP_B_DDR_DATA0-31
K8,K2,
F8,F2
4
DQS0-3
DP_B_DDR_DQS0-3
L8,L2,
E8,E2
2
BA0,1
DP_O_DDR_BA0,1 H8,H9
DQ0-31
R8,P7,P8,N7,
N8,M7,M8,L7,
L3,M2,M3,N2,
N3,P2,P3,R2,
A8,B7,B8,C7,
C8,D7,D8,E7,
E3,D2,D3,C2,
C3,B2,B3,A2
RAS
G9
CAS
G8
CK
G2
CK
G3
CKE
G1
CS
H7
WE
G7
IC1101
MDDR
RAM
A1-7
36
74
XTIN_CLK
XOUT
X2000
30MHz
38,104,39,106,
76,105,40
7 7
D0-15
41,107,78,42,
79,43,80,44,
2,46,3,47,
4,82,48,5
16 16
EP1_DRQB
52
EP1_DACKB
10
EP1_RDB
53
EP1_TCB
11
AJ4
IUBDREQ2X
AJ2
OUBDACK2X
AF5
OUBWR2X
AH5
OUBSTP2X
EP2_DRQB
55
AB7
IUBINTX_0 INTB_ALL2
75
AE6
IUBM2 M2
9
EP2_DACKB
14
EP2_WRB
56
EP2_TCB
15
Y5
OUBWRX
V3
OUBRDX
MD_OUBWRX
MD_OUBRDX
MD_OUBWRX
MD_OUBRDX
V2
OUBRSTX
WRB
85
RDB
49
RESETB
35
AF1
OUBCSX_0
AD3
OUBCSX_1
AG14
ISYSRDYX
AC31
O_DA_Y
C2
I_BS_TCK
C3
I_BS_TDI
D1
O_BS_TDO
CSB
103
MD_OUBA1-7
MD_BUBD0-15
AH2,AD7,AG3,AJ1,
AE5,AH1,AD6,AG2,
AC7,AF3,AC6,AD5,
AF2,AG1,AE3,AE2
BUBLD_0-15 LD0-15
89,57,16,90,
92,58,91,18,
59,19,60,20,
61,21,62,22
16 16
MD_BUBLD0-15
MD_OUBA1-7
MD_BUBD0-15
MD_BUBLD0-14
IC2000
USB
DEVICE
CONTROLLER
A0-6
5-3,1,2,
27,26
7
DQ0-15
28,9,43,10,11,
46,12,35,29,30,
44,31,45,33,34,14
16
WE
22
A7-21
24,38,21,37,36,
19,20,18,17,16,
25,41,47,42,48
15
IC1901
NOR
FLASH ROM
DP
DM
97
99
VSUB 33
USB_DP
USB_DM
CN3302
97
99
USB_VSUB
D+
D-
VCC
100
CN107
97
99
100
CN106
3
2
1
DP_I_BS_TDI
DP_O_BS_TDO
CN3402
12
13
DP_I_BS_TCK
11
F34
O_BS_RTCK
B1
I_BS_TMS
C1
O_BS_TRST
I_BS_TMS
I_BS_TRST
15
16
DP_O_BS_RTCK
14
AL22
I_BS_nSRST
D2
I_DBG_SI
A1
O_DBG_SO
I_DBG_SI
O_DBG_SO
18
19
I_BS_nSRST
17
95
CN3301
CN-3258
CN3300
28
97
4 2
IC2502
OE
7
Y6
OUBPSWX
CE
6
RESET
39
WP/ACC
40
MD_ZOU3_ISYSRDYX 4/4
4
1
2
IC1900
Q1900
SWITCH MD_+3.3V
Y34
O_DA_PR
AA35
O_DA_PB
A27
O_VBS
AL27
I_CLK_54M
A28
O_GLK_SCS
E10
C8
I_XTL_CLK_12M
B_XTL_CLK_12M
X600
12.5MHz
DP_+2.5V IC803
DA
CONV
IC804
PHASE
COMP
8
7
1
6
X800
54MHz
VCO
C31
O_VCO_CTL0
E31
O_VCO_CTL1
IC808
IC809
8
1
5
10
6
3
2
4
5
6
7
9
IC809
3
2
1
IC809
11
13
12
1 4
IC806 2 4
IC800
2 4
IC801
2 4
IC802
DP_TO_TX_SIO_STX 1/4
DP_TO_TX_SIO_SCLK 1/4
TX_DPR_CLK5M_SEL 1/4 DP_ADJ_54M 4/4
DP_O_SDI_CLK 4/4
DPR_TO_TX_DA_Y 4/4
DPR_TO_TX_DA_PR 4/4
DPR_TO_TX_DA_PB 4/4
DPR_TO_TX_DA_VBS 4/4
IC2801
DC-DC
CONV
SWITCH
10,11,
14,15
10,11,
14,15
7
7
MD_+1.0V_ZOU3
MD_+1.0V_TORINO
1,9,16
1,9,16
Q2805,2807,2809,2811
GP_50
H_START_UP
D2800
98
DOWN_DET_ME
CN3301
29
IC903
DC-DC
CONV
SWITCH
4
1
DP_+1.1V_TONE
6,7
Q904-907
GP_51
SWITCH
Q909
SWITCH
Q908
CN3301
27
IC2800
DC-DC
CONV
SWITCH
4
1
MD_+1.5V_EXP
1
6,7
IC904
DC-DC
CONV
6
7
DP_+1.2V
3,4
SWITCH
Q910
IC905
DC-DC
CONV
6
7
DP_+2.5V
3,4
REG_+4.6V
Q2800-2804
GP_141
CN3301
26
IC2802
DC-DC
CONV
SWITCH
2
2
MD_+3.3V_EXP
IC2600
DC-DC
CONV
4
MD_+1.0V_ZOU3_SPA
6,7
MD_+3.3V
IC100
+3.2V
REG
3
IM_+3.2V_CMOS_R
4
IM_+5.0V
IC407
+3.2V
REG
4
IM_+9.0V
5
IM_UNREG_OUT
IC101
+3.2V
REG
3
IM_+3.2V_CMOS_G
4
IC102
+3.2V
REG
3
IM_+3.2V_CMOS_B
4
Q2806,2808,2810,2812
GP_140
H_SHUTDOWN
D900
96
DOWN_DET_STOP
D2802
D2801
MD_BGPIO_6 2/4
HN-356
(2/4)
CN1
97
99
100
CN2
97
99
100
1 4
IC807
CN-3259
IC805
+3.3V
REG
4
DP_A4.6V
3
6-7 PMW-EX1R 6-7
DAP-41 (3/4), DPR-311 (4/4), HN-356 (3/4) DAP-41 (3/4), DPR-311 (4/4), HN-356 (3/4)
AUDIO codec
DAP-41 (3/4)
Main board
DPR-311 (4/4)
DPR-DAP relay board
HN-356 (3/4)
DPR-311(4/4)
IC1600
SYSCON
IC1300
DV FPGA
GDV
CN3301
CN3402
CN3400
CN3302
18 CN-3259
PWR_WAKEUP
CN-3273
TX-131
A0-24
D0-15
D20,AC23,AB21,R21,AB23,
AB22,AA23,R20,T21,U21,
P21,AA22,Y23,Y22,P20,
V23,V22,N20,P22,U23,
U22,T23,N22,T22,R22
D16
CS0
B21
RD
D17,A23
SY_MLN_WE0/DQMLL
SY_MLN_WE0/DQMLL
WE0/DQMLL,
WE1/DQMLU
C17
RST
AA19
WAIT
C20
RD/WR
A21
CS3
C19
CAS
C21
CKE
E16
CKI0
D18
RAS
IC2909
SDRAM
IC2908
FLASH
ROM
12
16
DQ0-15
A8,B9,B8,C9,C8,D9,D8,E9,
E1,D2,D1,C2,C1,B2,B1,A2
A0-11
A1-12
H7,H8,J8,J7,J3,J2,
H3,H2,H1,G3,H9,G2
2
BA0,1
A13,14 G7,G8
25
A0-24
WE
F9
16 16
2
M22,M21,L20,L21,
W20,J21,K21,L23,
K20,L22,K23,K22,
J23,J20,J22,H23
CS
G9
CAS
F7
RAS
F8
CKE
F3
CLK
F2
2
LDQM,UDQM
F1,E8
RST
WE
D19
BS ADV
C4
27
SY_ICE_RESET
V4
TCK
Y1
TRST
AB1
TDO
AA1
RTCK
AA2
TMS
AA3
TDI
F4
RXD1
B13
TXD1
CN3302
9 HN-356
SY_I2C_SDA AA14
SDA
8 HN-356
CN-3259
CN-3259
SY_I2C_SCL Y13
SCL
CN3400
6
SY_I2C_SDA
5
SY_I2C_SCL
CN3401
22 DR
SY_SDA
21 DR
SY_SCL
CN3301
22
SDA
21
SCL
7 CN-3273
SW_INT AA4
INT3
CN3302
10 HN-356
SW_INT
CN3302
47 HN-356
CN700
13-22
CN700
24-33
11 HN-356
RTC_INTA AB9
INT6
AC9
INT5
CN3400
8
HN-356
SY-UCON_RESET
CLK
IC2907
4
1
2
B20
CS6
AC8
INT2
SY_+2.5V
AB10
TI2A
Y5
TI2B
3
JOG_A
4
JOG_B
AA8
PU2
SY_+2.5V
IC2904
IC2910
4
1
2
IC2905
2 4
CN3302
12
CN-3273
SY-UCON_RESET
CN3401
8
SY-UCON_RESET
DR
F3
DREQ0/PE2
IC3110
IC3101
IC3101
4 2
A7 X2900
27MHz
3
EXTAL
SY_MLN_CLK 1/4
VPH
VMH
J1
H1
VSUB R2
VPF
VMF
L1
K1
Q3000
IM_O_DGTL_V_X 1/4
AC10
INT7
SY_+2.5V IC2903
4
1
2
SY_SC21_MEDIA_RDY 2/4
W2
INT8
IC2902
4
1
2
SY_SC21_DISP_RDY 1/4
AA10
INT9
IC2901
4
1
1
2
DP_+2.5V
PU1 Y14
IC3102
4
1
2
SY_SC21_IMG_RDY 1/4
AB7
INT1
4
1
2
IC3205
SERIAL
EEPROM
5 6
MD_ZOU3_ISYSRDYX 3/4
AA15
PU3 SY_SC21_MEDIA_RESET_2 2/4
Y8
PU4 SY_SC21_IMG_PEN 1/4
Y9
PU6 SY_SC21_MEDIA_PEN 2/4
Y7
PU0 SY_SC21_IMG_RESET 1/4
DP_SYS_RESET 1/4
DP_SYS_RESET
DPR_TO_TX_D_Y0-9
DPR_TO_TX_D_C0-9
DP_+2.5V
PU5 AA16
IC3103
4
1
2
SY_+2.5V
IC3200
4
1
2
DP_SC21_DISP_PEN 1/4
SY_SC21_IMG_DOUT 1/4
C12
SCK1
SY_SC21_IMG_DIN 1/4
SY_SC21_IMG_CLK 1/4
B10
RXD3
C10
TXD3
SY_+2.5V
IC3202
4
1
2
SY_SC21_MEDIA_DOUT 2/4
U4
PM3
AC3
PM2
AB2
PM1
V3
PM0
AB6
PN0
W4
PM6
U3
PM5
AB4
PM4
2
2
2 5 6 1
1
4 2 4
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
18
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SDO
SDI
SCK
CS nCFG
SCS1
SCS0
STRB
SDO
SDI
SCK
CS
nCFG
SCS1
SCS0
STRB
Y4
PN2
C9
SCK3
SY_SC21_MEDIA_DIN 2/4
SY_SC21_MEDIA_CLK 2/4
B12
RXD2
C11
TXD2
SY_+2.5V
IC3201
4
1
2
DP_+2.5V
IC3204
4
1
2
SY_SC21_DISP_DOUT 1/4
E3
SCK2
SY_SC21_DISP_DIN 1/4
IC3203
4
1
2 SY_SC21_DISP_CLK 1/4
DAP-41
(3/4)
USB_DP_0TG0
USB_DM_0TG0
CN3302
91
93
USB_VSUB0TG0
DPR_TO_TX_700_WAIT
D+
D-
VCC
94
CN700
109
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_ADR0-3 99
-102
90
-97
CN107
91
93
94
CN105
3
2
1
USB
(MAINTENANCE)
105
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_WE0/DQMLL
104
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_RD
103
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_RD/WR
106
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_CS6
108
DPR_TO_TX_700_INT
89
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_RESET
26
SY_TCK
25
SY_TRST
24
SY_TDO
23
SY_RTCK
22
SY_TMS
21
SY_TDI
IC1716,1718
DELAY
D3001
SY_+2.5V
HN-356
(3/4)
CN1
91
93
94
CN2
91
93
94
24
A0-23
A1-24
4
A0-3
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_DAT0-7
8
D0-7
H2,H3,G3,H4,J5,
G5,J6,H7,G2,J3,
G4,J4,H5,G6,H6,J7
DQ0-15
D0-15 D0-15
D0-15
G1,F1,E1,D1,B1,C1,
F2,E2,F6,D7,E7,B8,
C8,D8,F7,E8,F8,D2,
B2,B3,E6,B7,C7,C3
IM_CPU_CLK
K1
C6 F4
G7
WAIT
F1-CE
F1-OE
J2
F5
DP_TO_DV_SCLHD_Y0-9 1/4
10
T12,R12,R13,T11,R10,
R11,T13,T14,N12,L11
DP_TO_DV_SCLHD_C0-9 1/4
10
N11,K10,M9,L9,L10,
P11,P9,N9,M10,M11
DP_TO_DV_SCLHD_XRST 1/4
10
P8,N8,T8,M8,R8,
L8,T7,K8,R7,M7
10
L7,P6,T6,R6,N6,
T5,R5,P3,T3,R3
CN700
35
DPR_TO_TX_D_VSYNC
DP_TO_DV_SCLHD_VSYNC 1/4
T10 M6
36
DPR_TO_TX_D_HSYNC
DP_TO_DV_SCLHD_HSYNC 1/4
R9 N5
37
DPR_TO_TX_D_FLDID
DP_TO_DV_SCLHD_FLDID 1/4
T9 N3
41
DPR_TO_TX_D_CLK
DP_TO_DV_SCLHD_CLK 1/4
T15
DP_TO_DV_AU_DT12 1/4
C2
DP_TO_DV_AU_DT34 1/4
D1
DV_TO_DP_AU_DT12 1/4
D4
DV_TO_DP_AU_DT34 1/4
G1
DP_TO_DV_CODEC_CLK 1/4
M15
DP_TO_DV_IVFSYNC 1/4
C14
DV_TO_MD_IVFSYNC 1/4
D14
DV_TO_DP_RET_VSYNC 1/4
J13
DV_TO_DP_RET_HSYNC 1/4
J14
DV_TO_DP_RET_FSYNC 1/4
J15
DP_B_PXY_VIDEO0-3 2/4
N2,N1,L4,L3
DP_O_PXY_CLK 2/4
P2
DP_B_PXY_VALID 2/4
P1
DV_TO_DP_RET_CLK 1/4
J16
DV_TO_MD_DVFSYNC
DV_TO_SY_IVFSYNC
1/4
B1
DV_TO_DP_RET_Y0-9 1/4
K16,L16,J12,L15,J11,
N16,K11,K12,L14,L13
N15,P16,L12,M12,P15,
N14,N13,R16,P14,R14
DV_TO_DP_RET_C0-9 1/4
E11
38
TX DPR_TO_TX_D_XRST
DP_TO_TX_CLK54 3/4 43
DPR_TO_TX_CLK54
DP_TO_TX_TC_HD 1/4 82
DPR_TO_TX_TC_HD
DP_TO_TX_TC_VD 3/4 83
DPR_TO_TX_TC_VD
DP_TO_DV_CLK54 3/4
M1
DV_TO_MD_CLK27 2/4
A15
DV_TO_DP_INT0 1/4
K1
R1
CN700
48
DV_TO_TX_AU_DT12 F3
CN3400
34
LINE_34_CNT H16
49
DV_TO_TX_AU_DT34
TX_TO_DPR_AU_DT12D
TX_TO_DPR_AU_DT34D
F5
53
F1
CN700
50
DPR_TO_TX_AU_256FS E15
51
DPR_TO_TX_AU_64FS
DPR_TO_TX_AU_FS
B16
52
J6
K6 G5
53
DV_TO_DAP_AUFS D15
54
DV_TO_DAP_AU64FS
DV_TO_DAP_AU256FS
C16
55
C15
DP_LOOPBACK_EE
56
H15
54
F2
CN3302
49
DV_TO_DAP_AU_DT12 D16
50
DV_TO_DAP_AU_DT34
DAP_TO_DV_AU_DT12
DAP_TO_DV_AU_DT34
F13
51
F14
52
G11
CN700
56
TX_TO_DPR_CFG_SDO
57
DPR_TO_TX_CFG_SDI
DPR_TO_TX_CFG_SCK
DPR_TO_TX_CFG_CS
58
59
DPR_TO_TX_CFG_nCFG
60
TX
DPR_TO_TX_CFG_SCS1
61
DPR_TO_TX_CFG_SCS0
62
DPR_TO_TX_CFG_STRB
63
CN700
66
CN-3273
DPR_TO_TX_SIO_STX
DP_TO_TX_SIO_STX 1/4
J1
M16
65
DPR_TO_TX_SIO_SRX
DP_TO_TX_SIO_RTX 1/4
J2
67
DPR_TO_TX_SIO_SCLK
DP_TO_TX_SIO_SCLK 1/4
M2
68
DPR_TO_TX_SIO_SCS
DP_TO_TX_SIO_SCS 1/4
K2
DP_TO_DV_GPIO_B3 1/4
DP_TO_DV_AU_FS 1/4
DP_TO_DV_AU_64FS 1/4
DP_TO_DV_AU_256FS 1/4
DP_TO_DV_GPIO_B2 1/4
M-DDR
SET
R622-625
H2
C1
H1
D2
H5
IC1402,1403
IC1404
IC1400,1401
J3
DP_+3.1V
IC1405
CONFIG
ROM
1,19
D6
C8
A8
F7
A6
A7
IC1301
SDRAM
13
16
DQ0-15
26,24,51,23,50,
22,49,21,5,35,
4,34,3,33,2,32
A0-12
A9,F11,D11,A10,
A13,B13,B11,A12,
B12,B9,D9,B10,A11
E6,E7,A3,F6,A4,
E8,A5,C6,B8,B7,
B6,B5,B4,C3,D3,A2
44,45,16,15,
11,10,40,39,
8,61,18,38,7
2
BA0,1
C11,C9 65,46
WE
20
CS
19
CAS
66
RAS
47
UDQM
6
LDQM
48
D8
F8
CKE
60
CLK
37
HN-356
10
10
4
6-8 PMW-EX1R 6-8
AXM-42 (2/2), DET-52, DR-644, HN-363, KSW-55 (2/2), RM-224 AXM-42 (2/2), DET-52, DR-644, HN-363, KSW-55 (2/2), RM-224
AUDIO XLR
AXM-42 (2/2)
LCD switch
DET-52
EVF driver
DR-644
DR-EVF relay board
HN-363
Handle switch
KSW-55 (2/2)
Remote receiver
RM-224
DET-52
RM-224
AXM-42(2/2)
KSW-55(2/2)
HN-363 DR-644
DPR
RED0-7
70-77
CN1
11
O_EVF_B_PB
IC1
LCD
CONTROLLER
BAIN
43
CN1
12
O_EVF_G_Y
GAIN
48
CN1
13
O_EVF_R_PR
RAIN
54
CN3
40-33
R0-7
GREEN0-7
9-2
32-25
G0-7
BLUE0-7
19-12
24-17
B0-7
CN1
CN1
VSYNC
31
19
O_EVF_VD
HSYNC
30
20
O_EVF_HD
DATACK
67
13
PCLK
HSOUT
66
11
HSYNC
VSOUT
64
10
40-33
32-25
24-17
13
11
10
40-33
32-25
24-17
13
11
10
VSYNC
CN2 CN1
SDA
57
17
DP_I2C_SDA
SCL
56
20
DP_I2C_SCL
28
PANEL_REVERSE
29
PANEL_OPEN/CLOSE
CN2
10
11
CN6
10
PANEL_REVERSE
11
PANEL_OPEN/CLOSE
PANEL_REVERSE
PANEL_OPEN/CLOSE
PANEL_REVERSE
PANEL_OPEN/CLOSE
CN3
1
4
CN1
1
1
4
EVF
MODULE
S1
ZOOM
MODULE
S2
CN1
22
CN6
2 SDA0
18
P32
32
P06
30
I2C_SDA
CN2
CN2
CN2
2
S1
SWITCH
IC100
LOCAL
uCOM
ZOOM SPEED
8
SW_ZOOM_A(H)
CN6
8
9
SW_ZOOM_B(OFF)
SW_ZOOM_A
SW_ZOOM_B
CN6
9
21 1 SCL0
17 I2C_SCL
I2C_SDA
I2C_SCL
I2C_SDA
I2C_SCL
8
SW_UCON_RESET SW_UCON_RESET
1
3
RESET
P43-40,124
6
P70
29
P71
28
2-5,7
5
SW_UCN_RESET
3
CN4
2
3
5
S100
H
|
L
|
OFF
P05
31
SW_REC_SS
SW_ZOOM_T
SW_ZOOM_W
P130
57
P04
58
CN2
4
3
2
CN1
4
3
2
CN5 CN3
10
11
12
13
10
11
12
13
P141
LED_FRTALLY_HIGH
LED_FRTALLY_LOW
SW_FRRMOUT
63
P22
LINE1_SW 54
P23
+48V_1_SW 53
P24
LINE2_SW 52
P12
+48V_2_SW 44
SWITCH
P77,76,73,
P75,74,72,
P00,01,120,33
SW_STICK_UP
SW_STICK_LEFT
SW_STICK_RIGHT
SW_STICK_DOWN
SW_STICK_PUSH
SW_FREV,SW_PLAY
SW_STOP,SW_FFWD
SW_PREV,SW_NEXT
SW_VOL_M,SW_VOL_P
SW_THUMB
SW_STICK_CANCEL
22,23,26,
24,25,27,
62,61,1,21 10
S101-110
SWITCH
Q1,2
REMOTE
RECEIVE
IC1
D1
+5V
S1 LINE/MIC/+48V_1
+48V
|
MIC
|
LINE
S2 LINE/MIC/+48V_2
+48V
|
MIC
|
LINE
IC102
RESET
IC101
4
2
1
8
CN3 CN2 CN1 8
CN3 CN2 CN1 8
CN3 CN2 CN1
LPF
LPF
LPF
6-9 PMW-EX1R 6-9
DC-152
RE-272 CN-3258
RE-273
RE-273
BATTERY
CN2
2
1
3 DC IN
CN1
CN1
F1
D303
D307
Q317-319
Q320,321
Q309
Q310,311
GA2 SAB2
SWITCH
DRIVER
GB2
GA1 SAB1 GB1
SWITCH
5
11 10 9
16 15 14
V+
SW
DIODE
7
3
1
CN1
1
2 2
3 3
EXT_DC(+)
DC_DET DC_DET
EXT_DC_GND
4
5
CAP_SWD_UNREG
EXT_DC_GND
EXT_DC(+)
13
SENSE+
BATT_DET
SENSE-
12
Q310,311
SWITCH
IC307
+5V
REG
IC300
REF
DC
CN2
CN2
F2
Q305,306
SWITCH 1
5
BATT(-)
BATT(+)
2
3
BAT_SDA
4
CN201
36
37
38
18
BATT_ID_DATA
BAT_SCL
BAT_SDA
BATT_ID_DATA
BAT_SCL
CN201
52
PWR_ON/HOLD
IN1
1
IN2
2
Q307,308
SWITCH
EVER_5.0V_1
Q300,301
IC304
4
1
2
IC305 Q302,304
4
1
2
IC310
4
1
2
IC309
4
2
1
IC301
4
2
1
4
2
1
2
4
3
1
IC306
IC302
PROTECT
17.38-18.37
2
3
1
IC311
EXT.DC
DET
6
5
7
IC302
PROTECT
17.38-18.37
Q316
D312
D311
D313
Q303
CN201
47
EVER_5.0V
EVER5_ON/OFF
CN201
CN201
17
SWD_UNREG
CN201
53,54
UNSW_UNREG
CN201
57,58 +2.5V_ME
CN200
89,90
DC/BATT_DET
CN201
48
Q218
L210
Q202,210
28
SW_ME_2P5V
+2.5V_IM
CN200
49,50
Q219
L202
Q203,211
29
SW_IM_2P5V
+2.5V_DP
CN200
41,42
Q220
L203
Q204,212
30
SW_DP_2P5V
+2.5V_SY
CN200
45,46
Q230
L209
Q231,232
25
SW_SY_2P5V
+3.1V_IM
CN200
61,62
Q221
L204
Q205,213
31
SW_IM_3P1V
+3.1V_DP
CN200
53-56
Q222
L205
Q206,214
32
SW_DP_3P1V
+3.1V_ME
CN200
65-68
Q223
L206
Q207,215
33
SW_ME_3P1V
+3.1V_SY
CN200
93
Q240
L211
Q241,242
34
SW_SY_3P1V
SW_ME_2P5V
SW_IM_2P5V
SW_DP_2P5V
SW_SY_2P5V
SW_IM_3P1V
SW_DP_3P1V
SW_ME_3P1V
SW_SY_3P1V
+1.2V_IM
CN200
77,78
Q224
L207 L10 L8
Q226,228
23
SW_IM_1P2V
+1.2V_SY
CN200
73,74
+1.0V_IM
CN200
81-84
Q225
L208
SY DOWN DET
Q238,239
D205,
D218-220
D15,18,
D202,208
D16,19,
201,204,207
Q227,229
24
SW_SY_1P2V
+4.6V_IM
CN200
37,38
+4.6V
CN200
3-16
Q216
L200
Q27
IC13
SWITCHING
CONTROL
L3 L2
Q14,16
L1
Q200,208
26
SW_IM_4P6V
+4.6V_DP
CN200
17,18
Q217
L201
Q201,209
35
SW_DP_4P6V
+4.6V_SY
CN200
33,34
Q243
L212
Q244,245
IC18
DC/DC
CONV
3
1
4
27
SW_SY_4P6V
SW_IM_1P2V
SW_SY_1P2V
SW_IM_4P6V
SW_DP_4P6V
SW_SY_4P6V
Q35
SWITCH
L9 L7
IC17
DC/DC
CONV
3
1
4
Q34,49,50
SWITCH
Q11
15
10
14
12
9
8
1
Q28
IC14(1/2)
SWITCHING
CONTROL
L4
Q13
REF2.5V
29
28
27
1
Q29
IC14(2/2)
SWITCHING
CONTROL
L3
Q12
17
18
19
15
DPR
H_START_UP
H_START_UP
CN200
98
50
IC_VCC
CN201
39
H_SHUTDOWN
CN200
CN200
97
DOWN_DET_ME
95
DOWN_DET_DP
96
CN1
89,90
CN1
49,50
CN1
41,42
CN1
45,46
CN1
61,62
CN1
53-56
CN1
65-68
CN1
93
CN1
77,78
CN1
73,74
CN1
81-84
CN1
37,38
CN1
3-16
CN1
17,18
CN1
33,34
CN1
98
CN1
CN1
97
95
96
CN2
89,90
CN2
49,50
CN2
41,42
CN2
45,46
CN2
61,62
CN2
53-56
CN2
65-68
CN2
93
CN2
77,78
CN2
73,74
CN2
81-84
CN2
37,38
CN2
3-16
CN2
17,18
CN2
33,34
CN2
98
CN2
CN2
97
95
96
22
SW_IM_1P0V
DOWN_DET_SY
SW_IM_1P0V
CN201
1-8
CN201
40
+4.6V
DOWN_DET_IM
46
DOWN_DET_ME
44
DOWN_DET_DP
45
42
DP_EN
H_SHUTDOWN
49
H_SHUTDOWN
41
ME_EN
43
IM_EN
IC9
5
6
7 +
-
IC10
REF
DC
IC12
REF
DC
Q20
2
Q25
6,9,11
12
Q23
ME DOWN DET IM DOWN DET
Q36,38,
Q236,237
D14,200,203,
D206,217
DP DOWN DET
S-GND
S-GND
R334
OVER
CURRENT
PROTECT
IC308
Q15,17,43,44,47,48
Q41,42,52
IC21
3
2
1
+
-
IC21
5
6
7
+
-
Q45,46,53
REF2.5V
SW
Q10,40,51
IC21
3
2
1
+
-
IC22
5
6
7
+
-
REF2.5V
SW
IC11
3
2
1
+
-
IC11
5
6
7
+
-
REF2.5V
SW
CAPACITOR
+
CN-3258, DC-152, RE-272 CN-3258, DC-152, RE-272
DPR-RE272 relay board
CN-3258
DC-IN connector
DC-152
DC-DC converter
RE-272
6-10 PMW-EX1R 6-10
CN-3259, RE-273 CN-3259, RE-273
DPR-RE273 relay board
CN-3259
DC-DC converter
RE-273
RE-273 CN-3259
RE-272
CN2
1-8
+4.6V
H_STARTUP
+1.8V_IM
CN1
53,54
Q112
L103
Q102,107
24
SW_IM_1P0V
+1.8V_DP
CN1
45-48
Q113
L104
Q103,108
25
SW_IM_1P2V
+1.8V_ME
CN1
37-40
Q114
L105
Q104,109
26
SW_SY_1P2V
+1.8V_SY
CN1
35,36
Q115
L106
Q116,117
27
SW_SY_2P5V
28
SW_IM_4P6V
29
SW_SY_4P6V
30
SW_ME_2P5V
31
SW_IM_2P5V
SW_IM_1P8V
SW_DP_1P8V
SW_ME_1P8V
SW_SY_1P8V
L2
35
SW_ME_3P1V
SW_SY_3P1V
L3
32
SW_DP_2P5V
33
SW_IM_3P1V
IC6
DC/DC
CONV
1
4
6
34
SW_DP_3P1V
80
63
49 3 1
82
5
35
31
37
27
59
26
36
54
58
53
Q100
Q101
SW_IM_UNREG
SW_IM_1P8V
SW_DP_1P8V
SW_ME_1P8V
SW_SY_1P8V
SW_DP_M4P6V
SW_DP_13P5V
61
55
28
34
51
52
SW_IM_UNREG 30
SW_DP_4P6V 2
Q18
SWITCH
L9 L100 L1
IC5
DC/DC
CONV
1
4
5
Q17,22,24
SWITCH
DRIVE
Q28,29
IC4
DC/DC
CONV
L4
DPR
+13.5V_DP
CN1
61,62
Q119
L101
Q118
SW_DP_13P5V
SW_DP_M4P6V
-4.6V_DP
CN1
57,58
23
CN2
CN2
CN2
CN2
CN2
22
18
41
IM_EN
42
43
ME_EN
SY_EN
DP_EN
39
44
41
40
PWR_ON/HOLD
52
57
EVER5_ON/OFF
H_SHUTDOWN
CN2
49
28
GP_140
29
GP_141
GP_50
GP_51
25
29
7
56
27
CN1
CN1
26
18
6-10 14-16
4
Q7
EVER 5V
Q1002
Q1003
Q1000
CN1
PWR_WAKEUP
18
64
Q1001
D17-20
CN2
46
DOWN_DET_IM
45
DOWN_DET_DP
44
DOWN_DET_ME
40
DOWN_DET_SY
38
BATT_ID_DATA
1
57,58
UNSW_UNREG
IC10
DC/DC
CONV
8 1 EVER_2.5V
SWD_UNREG
UNREG_DP
UNREG_IM
CN1
3,4
CN1
73
69,70
65,66
CN2
53,54
SWD_UNREG
CN2
50
EVER_5.0V_2
CN2
17
IC7
3
2
1
+
-
IC7
5
6
7
+
-
Q25-27
SW
IC8
REF
DC
D5
DP DOWN DET
Q21,D10,16,201
D200 D202 D203
IC1008
IC1001
POWER
CONTROL
50 5 7
20
19
IC1008
CN2
39
IC_VCC
37
BAT_SDA
36
BAT_SCL
38
32
47
BATT_DET
48
DC/BATT_DET
18
17
22
SDA
21
SCL
CN1
22
23
16
SW_PWR_A
17
SW_PWR_B
24
15
CN1
53,54
CN1
45-48
CN1
37-40
CN1
35,36
CN1
61,62
CN1
57,58
28
29
27
CN1
CN1
26
CN1
18
CN1
3,4
CN1
73
69,70
65,66
22
21
CN1
16
17
15
SW_BATTINFO
CN2
53,54
CN2
45-48
CN2
37-40
CN2
35,36
CN2
61,62
CN2
57,58
28
29
27
CN2
CN2
26
CN2
18
CN2
3,4
CN2
73
69,70
65,66
22
21
CN2
16
17
15
15-16
6-11 PMW-EX1R 6-11
ASW-68, CN-3273 (2/2), LED-491, LED-494, SW-1484 ASW-68, CN-3273 (2/2), LED-491, LED-494, SW-1484
Rear panel switch
ASW-68
DAP-ASW relay board
CN-3273 (2/2)
Headphone
LED-491
LED CACHE
LED-494
Switch
SW-1484
ASW-68
DPR
CN-3273(2/2)
CN1
6
CN101
6 SDA0
18
P32
32
P05
31
SY_I2C_SDA
CN2
CN1 CN2
6
CN1
2
CN101
SWITCH
IC301
LOCAL
uCOM
2
SW_PWR_B
CN2
2
1 1
SW_PWR_A
POWER_B
POWER_A
CN300
1
6 1
5 5 SCL0
17 SY_I2C_SCL
5
VIF
7 7 EXSCL0
P06,72-76
19
30,27-23 6
SW_INT
7
CN1
17
CN101
17
LINE_OUT_1
CN2
17
20 20
LINE_OUT_2
20
32 32
HP_SP_BEEP
NOT USED
32
CN1
3
CN101
3
JOG_A
CN2
3
4 4
JOG_B
4 JOG DIAL
EN300
SW_S&Q
LED_S&Q
CN302 CN1
6 6
S100-103,300,301
S1
S302
CN1
24
CN101
24
HP(R) HP(R)
SW_JACK_IN
CN2
CN1 CN2
24
CN103 CN104
CN103 CN104
3
23 23
HP(L) HP(L)
23 2
3
2
HP_MUTE
4 4
1 1
P70
29 SW_EXCHANGE
7
P40
5
5 5 P03
59
AIN6
50 AU_AUDIO_VOL1
CN100
6
AIN7
49 AU_AUDIO_VOL2
2
7
S2
AU VOL
MODULE
POWER SW
MODULE
P04
58
P71
28
LED_RRTALLY
CN103
9
CN104
9
LED
SW
Q1
Q1
MUTE
DRIVE
Q200-202
26 26
SP+ SP+
26
CN103 CN104
6
27 27
SP- SP-
27
CN1 CN2
35 35
36 36
7
6
7
CN2
CN3
2
SPEAKER
HEADPHON
NC
1
SW-1484
LED-491
D1
LED
SW
Q1
D2
+5V
+5V
P130
57 LED_CACHE
CN301
3
CN1
3
LED
SW
LED-494
D1
+2.5V
P141
63 REAR_IR_SW
CN103
10
CN104
10
REMOTE
IC1
1
3
5
9
13
I/O0
I/O1
I/O2
I/O3
I/O6
I/O5
I/O7
2
4
6
8
12
DP_I2C_SDA
CN101
CN101
35
DP_I2C_SCL
36
IC205
13
12
2
3
SDA
SCL
4
5
9
8
10
IC203
SERIAL/PARALLEL
CN1 CN2
34 34
LINE_34_CNT
CN101
34
CN1 CN2
29 29
LINE_MONI1
CN101
29
IC200
IC202
12
13
14
2 1
5
3
4
2
1
15
10 11 9
CN1 CN2
30 30
LINE_MONI2
CN101
30
CN1 CN2
21 21
LINE_OUT_1N
CN101
21
18 18
LINE_OUT_2N
18
IC201
IC202
12
13
14
6 7
5
3
4
2
1
15
LINE_AV_OUT1
CN102
2
IC204
LINE_AV_OUT2
CN102
4
7
10 11 9
Q203 Q204
IC302
2 4
3
2
1
+
-
IC204
5
6
+
-
CN101
8
SW_UCON_RESET
8 8
RESET
6 RESET
IC300
6-12 PMW-EX1R 6-12
TX-131, VIF-46 TX-131, VIF-46
HD-SDI
TX-131
HDMI I/F
VIF-46
SDI OUT
TX-131
VIF-46
Q300
TX_+3.3V-PLL
X301
VCO
74.25MHz
X300
VCO
74.175824MHz
Q301
TX_+3.3V-PLL
2 1
IC302
DC BUFF
6
9
IC301
IC201,202
IC204-206
IC207
IC100
IC202,208
IC203
CONFIG
PROM
PHASE
COMP
1
IC304
4
2
1
2 4
IC305
DPR_TO_TX_D_Y0-9
A8,F9,B8,E9,A7,
C9,B7,F8,A6,E8
10
10
10
10
13-22
CN100
CN100
CN100
CN100
CN100
CN100
DPR_TO_TX_D_C0-9
E10,B6,C7,B5,D7,
A4,E7,B4,A2,A1
24-33
DPR
N7,T4,T6,V5,U5,
M6,N6,V4,U4,V3 O_GS_Y0-9
O_GS_PBPR0-9
GS_PCLK
O_GS_HSYNC
O_GS_VSYNC
O_GS_FLD
O_GS_RESET
GS_SD/HD
GS_STANDBY
I_GS_LOCKD
P9,N8,V8,U8,V7,
P8,R8,U7,V6,U6
U2
V1
B4
A4
C10 Coaxial cable
D2,D1,C3,C1,C2,
B1,B2,A1,A2,B3
K3,J3,K2,K1,J2,
J1,H2,H1,F2,F1
V2
U1
G4
A3
P7
U3
E3
G8
N9
P6
H4
D3
IC200
VIDEO
SELECT
FPGA
IC500
X500
VCO
1483.5-1485.0MHz
CABLE
DRIVER
1
2 4
IC306
EX3
DPR_TO_TX_D_VSYNC A3
F7
B3
D9,L17
B9,N17
K2
F3
H3
D1
H4
E2
H5
A9,N18
D3
DPR_TO_TX_D_HSYNC
DPR_TO_TX_D_FLDID
DPR_TO_TX_D_XRST
DPR_TO_TX_D_CLK
35
36
37
38
41
75
TX_TO_DPR_CFG_SDO
R18
56
E1
46
DPR_TO_TX_CFG_SDI
K6
4
5
P2
R1
2
IC307
4
R2
R3
T3
A10,F17
6
5
9
IC303
PHASE
COMP
IC300
DELAY
4
5
A9
A7
57
DPR_TO_TX_CLK54
43
DPR_TO_TX_CLK54MSEL
TX_TO_DPR_CLK54MSEL
DPR_TO_TX_SDI_DWN
45
C2
B1
F1
C1
DPR_TO_TX_AU_DT12
DPR_TO_TX_AU_DT34
DPR_TO_TX_AU_64FS
DPR_TO_TX_AU_FS
DPR_TO_TX_CFG_SCK
58
DPR_TO_TX_CFG_CS
59
DPR_TO_TX_CFG_nCFG
60
5 2
2 4
4 2
C10,D10,F10,E11,F11,
C12,G13,D12,E13,D14 1
16-19,
21-27
3
2 4
1
6 1
DPR_TO_TX_CFG_SCS1
DPR_TO_TX_CFG_SCS0
DPR_TO_TX_CFG_STRB
61
CN100
DPR_TO_TX_DA_Y
9
CN100
CN100
DPR_TO_TX_VBS
2
CN100
CN100
74
DPR_TO_TX_ADJ54M
CN100
DPR_TO_TX_CPNT_DWN
70
CN100
DPR_TO_TX_CPST_DWN
71
62
63
CN100
F6
C5
D5
G6
TX_TO_DPR_SIO_SRX
65
DPR_TO_TX_SIO_STX
66
DPR_TO_TX_SIO_SCLK
67
DPR_TO_TX_SIO_SCS
68
48
49
51
52
C2
B1
TX_TO_DPR_AU_DT12D
TX_TO_DPR_AU_DT34D
53
54
F2 DPR_TO_TX_AU_256FS
50
2
Q800-803
SWITCH
SWITCH
Q804-807
SWITCH
CN100
L3
M3
L6
TX_TO_DPR_REF_HD
84
TX_TO_DPR_REF_VD
85
TX_TO_DPR_REF_FLD
86
L4
M1
DPR_TO_TX_TC_HD
82
DPR_TO_TX_TC_VD
83
CN500
10
10
2
2 2
P18,R17,R16,T17,T16,
D17,D18,E17,E18,G17 Y0-9
C0-9
H17,H18,K18,K17,L18,
G14,H15,H14,H13,J13
M17
M18
23
24
44 1 3 TX_TO_VIF_COPRO_CPST
TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_Y0-9
YO-9
DACA
CO-9
P_HSYNC
P_VSYNC
P_BLANK
S_HSYNC
S_VSYNC
CLKIN_B
CLKIN_A
S_BLANK
2-9,
12,13
14-18,
26-30
10
10
D10,V11,U11,V12,U12,
U13,V14,U14,V15,U15
V16,U16,V17,U17,N10,
P11,T11,N11,N12,R11
M14 25
50
48
49
L14
L15
32
63
RESET
SDA,SCLK
N15,N16
L13
21,22
33
IC801
DIGITAL
VIDEO
ENCODER
LPF AMP
IC805 Q811-813
1
CN901
40-31
CN901
RM_VIDEO_VBS
1
CN101
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_RD/WR
103
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_RD
104
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_WE0/DQMLL
105
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_CS6
106
DPR_TO_TX_700_INT
108
DPR_TO_TX_700_WAIT
109
DPR_TO_TX_700_B150DET
110
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_RESET
89
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_CKI02
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_RD
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_WE0/DQMLL
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_CS6
DPR_TO_TX_700_INT
DPR_TO_TX_700_WAIT
DPR_TO_TX_700_B150DET
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_RESET
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_CKI02
88
DPR_TO_TX_700_RESET
107
RM_VIDEO_VBS
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_DAT0-7
90-97
SY_MLN_DAT0-7
7-14
RM_VIDEO_Y
2
TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_PBPR0-9
30-21
CN901
U18 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_CLK
20
CN901
M13 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_HSYNC
19
N13 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_VSYNC
18
H6 EX3_TO_TX_TC_IN
28
CN101
B2 EX3_TO_TX_REF_DWN
6
D2 EX3_TO_TX_REF_F
5
H1 EX3_TO_TX_REF_V
4
G1 EX3_TO_TX_REF_H
G2
P1
3
CN102
EX3_TO_TX_REF_DET
3
TX_TO_EX3_RM_SEL
2
SY_700P_RESET
1
L1 TX_TO_EX3_TC_OUT
29
L2 TX_TO_EX3_H_NTSC
30
V18 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_DE
17
T13 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_256FS
16
R13 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_AU_DT12
15
P12 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_AU_DT34
14
T14 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_64FS
13
P13 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_FS
12
R5,T1 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_SDA,SCL
11,10
TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_DWN
9
VIF_TO_DPR_CPNT_CONE
8
VIF_TO_DPR_CPST_CONE
DPR_TO_TX_HDMI_DWN
TX_HDMI_+1.8V TX_DP_+1.8V
TX_TO_DPR_CPNT_CONE
TX_TO_DPR_CPST_CONE
TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_Y0-9 10
10
B2,A2,B5,A5,B6,
A6,B7,A7,B8,A8
B4,A4,B9,A9,B10,
A10,C9,C10,D9,D10 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_PBPR0-9
D1 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_CLK
C1 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_HSYNC
D2 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_VSYNC
C2 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_DE
E1 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_256FS
F2 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_AU_DT12
F1 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_AU_DT34
H2 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_64FS
H1 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_FS
F9,F10 TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_SDA,SCL
TX_TO_VIF_HDMI_DWN
VIF_TO_DPR_CPNT_CONE
VIF_TO_DPR_CPST_CONE
7
39 1 3 TX_TO_VIF_COPRO_Y
DACD LPF AMP
IC802
4
CN901
38 1 3 TX_TO_VIF_COPRO_PB
DACE LPF AMP
IC803
3
CN901
37 1 3 TX_TO_VIF_COPRO_PR
DACF LPF
TX_TO_VIF_COPRO_CPST
TX_TO_VIF_COPRO_Y
TX_TO_VIF_COPRO_PB
TX_TO_VIF_COPRO_PR
Y
PB
PR
AMP
IC804
41 1
TX_DP_+3.1V
TX_HDMI_+6.0V
5
VAA 2.5V
REG
IC800
2
CN901
K2,K1 TMDS_CLOCK_+,-
SDA,SCL
HPD
+5V_POWER
D2,3,
8-15
TXC+,-
D6,7,
16-23
CLK
HSYNC
VSYNC
DE
MCLK
I2S1
SCLK
I2S0
LRCLK
SDA,SCLK
IC2
HDMI
10,12
16,15
19
18
K5,K4 TMDS_DATA0_+,-
TX0+,- 7,9
K8,K7 TMDS_DATA1_+,-
TX1+,- 4,6
J10,K10 TMDS_DATA2_+,-
TX2+,-
G9,G10
K3
HPD
1,3
1
CN1
CN901
9
7
CN4
CN1
CN900 CN3
40-31
CN1
30-21
CN1
20
CN1
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11,10
9
8
7
CN1
76
73
72
4
CN1
3
CN1
2
CN1
1
CN5
3
5
LINE_MONI1_L(A/V)
LINE_MONI2_R(A/V)
1
6
SW
AV_SW
VIDEO
10
VIF_+6.0V
1,2
VIF_+6.0V
1,2
DPR_TO_VIF_LINE_AV1
DPR_TO_VIF_LINE_AV2
2
CN2
4
ASW
ASW
4
1
6 +5V
REG
IC1
HDMI
OUT
COMPONENT
OUT
A/V
OUT
TX_DP_+3.1V
TX_DP_A4.6V
TX_DP_-4.6V
TX_DP_A4.6V_1
TX_DP_-4.6V_1
TX_CPNT_DWN_ADC
Q700-703
SWITCH
TX_DP_A4.6V_3
TX_DP_-4.6V_3
TX_DP_A4.6V_2
TX_DP_-4.6V_2
Q603
Q605,606
IC101
2 4
1
10
8 8
DPR_TO_TX_MLN_ADR0-3 99
-102
SY_MLN_ADR0-3
15-18
4 4
LPF
LPF
AMP AIN-
7,32
VDD1,2
D0-9
CLK
31 9
SHDN
10
OE
11
VCM
IC702
1 5 2.85V
REG
IC706
IC705
ADC
P17
D16
4 2
A14,B14,A15,A16,B16,
A17,A18,B17,C17,C18 1
45-48,
51-56
3
CN100
DPR_TO_TX_DA_PR
1
10
LPF AMP AINA- DA0-9
CLKA
61 8
SHDNA
58
OEA
57
VCMA
IC701
IC704
ADC
4 15
F12,F13,E12,E14,C16,
A11,A12,B12,A13,B13 1
28-30,
33-39
3
CN100
DPR_TO_TX_DA_PB
5
10
LPF AMP AINB-
7,10,18,63
TX_DP_+3.1V VDD1-4
DB0-9
CLKB
20 9
SHDNB
22
OEB
23
VCMB
IC703
CN6
DDCSDA,DDCSCL
TRANSMITTER
(Transmitter)
7-1 PMW-EX1R 7-1
2
3
4
5
1
A B C D E F G H
Frame Wiring Frame Wiring
Frame Wiring
Section 7
Schematic Diagrams
EC-68 EC-68
RM-224
DR-644
ASW-68
Rear Panel SW
AUDIO
i.LINK
(HDV)
Speaker
KSW-55
RE-272
DC-DC converter A
RE-273
SW-1484
LED-494
DC-DC converter B
DC-152
TX-131
HD-SDI HDMI I/F
SW-1478
Shutter SW
VIF-46
HN-361
MA-183
Main Board
DPR-311
FFC
FFC
FPC
FPC
CN-3259
LED-491
IF-1127
DET-52
SLOT
SEL
S & Q
Int. MIC
MIC
Remote A
Express
Card
slot
B
Express
Card
slot
POWER SW
Module
Headphone
SUB
SUB
Micro computer
AU Volume
Module
USB
(Sys)
USB
(AV/IT)
A/V
OUT
COMPONENT
OUT
Ir RM
Tally
LCD SW
CN1
AXM-42
Handle SW
EVF
Module
EVF Driver
Zoom
Module
AUDIO XLR
LCD
Module
LENS
SE-912
CMOS G
CMOS R
CMOS B
BI-204
BI-202
CMOS Sensor
CMOS Sensor
SUB
Capacitor
DC
IN
CN2
Battery
Terminal
BI-203
HN-356
HN-360
CMOS Sensor
Flexible board
Micro computer
Micro computer
Coaxial cable
Flexible board
Flexible board
Flexible board
Flexible board
Harness
Harness SUB
Harness SUB
Harness
Harness SUB
Harness SUB
Harness SUB
Harness SUB
Harness SUB
Harness
Harness SUB
Fine-wire coaxial
AUDIO CODEC
DAP-41
Front AUDIO
AU-326
Inside SW
SWC-50
Gain
20p
8p 4p
30p
30p
100p
100p 100p
100p
80p
p
0
8
100p
p
0
8
p
0
8
p
0
0
1
p
0
0
1
6p
14p 14p
2p
45p 45p 4
5
p
12p
4p 4p
6p
12p
10p 10p
6p 6p
30p 30p
15p
30p
50p
6p
5p
60p
60p
3p
5p
160p
160p
2p
80p 80p
80p
80p
80p
80p
30p
30p
30p 30p
30p 30p
30p
40p
10p
Zebra/Peaking
Display
Shot_trans
Assign
CN-3258
CN-3273
HN-363
p
0
0
1
60p
6
0
p
5
0
p
Headphone
AUDIO IN
CH-1
CH-2
SDI OUT
Fine-wire coaxial
Fine-wire coaxial
Flexible board
Flexible board
Flexible board
Flexible board
Flexible board
(DPR311-EC68)
Fine-wire coaxial
(TX131-VIF46)
(DPR311-EC68)
(DPR311-LCD)
(AU313-SW1375)
(SE912-AU313)
(KSW53-RM213)
(KSW53-MA161)
(KSW53-DR621)
(KSW53-DET44)
(ASW68-LED491)
Harness SUB
(TX131-VIF46)
Harness SUB
(VIF46-ASW68)
(DC143-RE250)
SUB
Micro Computer
CN100
CN900
Mic Unit
L
Mic Unit
R
CN3401
40p
CN3402
CN101
CN102
CN2400 CN2401
CN1
CN1
CN1
CN1
CN5
HDMI
OUT
CN6 CN4
CN2
CN1
CN1
CN1
CN1
CN100
CN500
4p
CN2
15p
CN102
40p
CN901
40p
CN1
8p
CN900
8p
CN3
CN103 CN104
CN300
4p
CN102
CN101
CN103
CN105
CN106
CN102 CN104
CN2
CN107
CN2
CN101
CN700
CN3300
CN3301
CN1
1
N
C
1
N
C
CN3302
CN101
CN1
CN1
CN2
CN7
CN6 CN3
CN3
CN3
CN2 CN1 CN3 CN1
CN2
CN4
CN5
CN3
4p
CN1
4p
CN2
CN201
0
0
2
N
C
CN100
10p
6p
CN302
CACHE
REC
CN301
2
N
C
1
N
C
2
N
C
2
N
C
CN2
1
N
C
CN2 CN1
CN3400
1
N
C
30p
CN101
CN1
10p
40p
20p
40p
CN101
CN100
CN200
Sony Corporation
PMW-EX1R (UC)
PMW-EX1R (E)
PMW-EX1R (J)
PMW-EX1R (CE)
PMW-EX1R (CN) J,E
9-968-701-01
Printed in Japan
2009. 11 16
2009