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PDP TV Lily

TRAINING MANUAL
Agenda

1. Specification

2. Alignment & Adjustment

3. Block Diagram

4. Wiring Diagram

5. Operation Instruction
& Installation

6. Trouble Shooting
PDP TV MICOM FLOWCHART :

PRODUCT PROJECT JIG used Main Micom Too Sub Micom Main Micom Sub Micom
l Tool File Type File Type

PDP TV *C7 series RS232 Flash downloader .MOT

*Q7 series RS232 Flash downloade .MOT


r
*C9 series RS232 MTK8202 .BIN

*Q9 series RS232 Flash downloader .MOT

*A4 series DDC Manag Flash downloader ( V.5.1) .BIN


er, MSTAR
*A5 series DDC, USB, R MT8226 Win DDC .BIN .HEX
S232
*P9 series DDC, USB, R MT8226 Win DDC .BIN .HEX
S232
PDP TV SOFTWARE DOWNLOADING PROCEDURE

DDC Manger Part No : BH81-90001P

RS232C : AA39-00311A

PC Cable : VGA cable can be purchased Locally

USB Stick : Can be used which is available locally


INSTALLING PROCEDURE OF DDC MANAGER IN COMPUTER ( PC )

1. Unzip the Win DDC folder


2. Double Click the winDDC-2.28.exe
3. Click continue anway
4. PC will ask for the restart
5. Click Ok
6. PC will restart automatically
7. Again click WinDDC-2.28.exe
8. You can able to find the Program tool
INSTALLING PROCEDURE OF Flash downloader Tool in COMPUTER ( PC )

1. Unzip the Setup flash downloader


2. Double click the setup.exe file
3. Click Next, Next, Next, Next, Install, Next , Finish
4. Once the above is done Installation in finished
5. You can able to see the Flashdownloader Programe tool

INSTALLING PROCEDURE OF MTK Tool in COMPUTER ( PC )


1. Double click the MTK.exe
2. You can able to View the Programe Tool of MTK for downloading
Downloading PROCEDURE of MOT File through Flash Downloader
Preparation before Installing :
. Connect Jig Cable to service port in Main Board.
1. Install Flash Down Loader in PC
2. SET Condition : Enter Stand-By Mode
3. Click "Flash Size", "OpenFile"
> Select Flash Memory Size. [2MB(M32C
> Click "OPEN' icon, select "Up-Grade
Firmware downloading method

1. Click "Connect" icon, Check "Trying to Connect…" message.


2. SET Power "On" 4. Flash Download Completed
3. Click Program and Verify 5. Remote control & function key does not work right
So turn off TV and turn on
Firmware Downloading through Flashdownloader V.5.1 for
MSTAR

1. Start the "Flash Downloader V5.1"(Must used V5.1), Which is the program only for
downloading ATV
2. Connect Download cable to TV set.
3. Turn on TV set in Stand by Mode.
4. Select Micom Type. (Mstar).
5. Check the Download port. (LPT1)
*.Caution : Check "porttalk.sys" file is saved or not in your Computer
(C:\WINDOWS\System32\drives).
You can not download without "porttalk.sys".
If there is no this file, save "porttalk.sys" file in this directory. (C:\WINDOWS\System32\drive
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Step 3

Select T-CRL32MEAM-1011.0

1. Click "Setting" and select Communication port. (Select LPT1)


2. Click "OK" button, after selected port.
3. Click "Open" button, and select correct file.
4. Click "Open" button, after selected file.
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Step 4

1. Click "Connect" button and check the "Program" button will activate
2. Click " Program", Start Download.
3. Finished download, Display "Complete" check it.
4. Exit download program.
5. Remove download cable from TV set.
Firmware downloading through USB mode.

1-1.
- Update S/W by using USB 2.0 port.
- In USB, make the folder “MT8226”
and put to update file in the folder.
- Connect USB to Wiselink (Side AV-USB).
Main S/W Update by USB

1-2. Enter to Factory Mode


1) On Stand by Mode,
@ EU / Asia : INFO > Menu > Mute > Power On
@ S-America : Mute > 1 > 8 > 2 > Power On
2) With Factory Remote Controller
Power on Main Board, then press the button (Info + Factory).

- Select Option Table (Service)


Main S/W Update by USB

- Select Control

- Select USB SVC


Main S/W Update by USB

- Select “YES”

- Start Upgrading
automatically.

1-3.
- When Upgrading finish, Turn off the Set (waiting a few seconds) and turn
on again automatically.
Firmware Update through MTK Tool
2-2. Install the MTK Tool
- Connect Set (Service JACK) and JIG Cable to execute Program Update.

JIG Cable (RS-232C cable)


Main S/W Update by RS-232C
2-1.
- Before S/W Update, set the value “ Debug On ”
- To enter “4. Advanced Menu”, we have to press the Password.
( now, Password is “0000”)
- Turn off (=AC Power off) the Set (waiting a few seconds) and turn on again.

Caution !!! If Debug is on, Wall_Mount is not active.


Debug On : RS-232C (Baudrate=115200 bps) for Debugging
Debug Off : RS-232C (Baudrate=9600 bps) for Wallmount
Main S/W Update by RS-232C

2-3. Turn on the Set (or on Stand by mode)


- Run “MTK Tool”

- Click Reset
- Choose MT8226
- Select Com Port
(Auto Detect)
- Select Bin file
(to update new S/W
version file),
by Browse
- Click Upgrade button

2-4. If Upgrade is finished, Turn off (=AC Power off) the Set (waiting a few
seconds) and turn on again.
Firmware Update through Win DDC

LED On, But can not be operated by Remote Control


→ Update Sub Micom (Refer to Page 64~67)

For update Sub Micom S/W


Use the DDC manager

DDC
Manager
Sub Micom Update with DDC Manager
Connect Sub-Micom Download JIG and D-SUB JACK

D-SUB
JACK
Sub Micom Update with DDC Manager

 Win-DDC Set-Up

Manufacture: WELTREND

Device Type : WT61P8

Communication type

: D-SUB15(Analog)
Sub Micom Update with DDC Manager

1-3.
- Click Load File
- Choose to update
Sub-Micom file
(For example)
T-PRLPEUS-0005.hex
Sub Micom Update with DDC Manager

Click Auto Program to update Sub-Micom S/W


Sub Micom Update with DDC Manager

If Programming and Verifying are OK, S/W Updating is complete.

1-5.
- Remove Download JIG Cable
-Turn off (=AC Power off) the
Set (waiting a few seconds)
and turn on again.
Carnelian PS50A410

Pyrope
PS50A4550

PS50A550 Spinel

PDP TV Defect Check


Easy FIX
● Check List in advance

■. Each cable connection condition check


- Cable is connected correctly ?

■.Check Voltage
- SMPS   Video main Board, SMPS X,Y Drive board, SMPS  Logic board

■. The chart below shows abnormal condition


● No Power
- Not operate front LED
1 2
- Not operate SMPS relay

① Are the AC IN socket connector and


the Main SMPS CN800 connected?
NO The AC IN socket connector and the
Main SMPS CN800 connected

YES

① Is the Fuse (F801S) of the Main


SMPS Power Input Part blown?
NO
Replace Fuse(F801S)

YES

Main SMPS CN804-1 NO


② Pin 3:STB 5V
Pin 8 PS-ON: Check to see If
Replace the Main SMPS
it is 0V

YES

Replace the Main Board


● SMPS relay on <-> off continually
- Operate Protection circuit because of some Ass’y problem
CN810
CN809

CN807
● No display but sound is normal
CN810
CN809
- X or Y or Logic or Y Buffer board is abnormal
- SMPS output Voltage is abnormal CN807
● No sound but display is normal
- Speaker wire is not connect
- Video main board sound part defect
- Speaker part defect
2
- Volume level is “0”(Non-sense)

3 3
● SMPS Troubleshooting
● Major Defect Symptom _ Panel

 Discharge defect
 Horizontal Line
 Horizontal Bar or Block
 Vertical Line or Block
 Buzzing Noise
 Pixel defect
1. Discharge defect

Symptom Description Repair Meathod Remark

1. Check and Adjust Vs, Va


voltage on SMPS
Panel discharge
defect
2. If not fixed by adjust,
replace PDP panel
- Need to adjust Vs, Va voltage
after panel replacement

1. Check and Adjust Vs, Va


voltage on SMPS

Partial dicharge
defect at each 2. If not fixed, replace logic board
side

3. If not fixed, replace PDP panel


- Need to adjust Vs, Va voltage
after panel replacement
2. Horizontal Line

Symptom Description Repair Meathod Remark

1. Reseat FPC cable of defect


position

- Caution
Attention to FPC cable damage

2. If not fixed, replace Y-buffer


board of defect side
Horizontal Line Need to replace
defect the only defect
- Caution
board as defect
If Y-buffer defect is right,
side (Upper or
replace Y-Main board together
Lower side)
with buffer board.
Y-Main may be demaged by
Y-buffer

3. If not fixed, replace PDP Panel Refer to the exel file


- Need to adjust Vs, Va voltage of 13 Page
for adjusting Vs, Va
after panel replacement
3. Horizontal Bar or Block

Symptom Description Repair Meathod Remark

1. Reseat FPC cable of defect


position
Upper side
Horizontal block - Caution
defect Attention to FPC cable damage

2. If not fixed, replace Y-buffer


board of only defect side
Need to replace
the only defect
- Caution
board as defect
If Y-buffer defect is right,
side (Upper or
replace Y-Main board together
Lower side)
with buffer board.
Lower side Y-Main may be demaged by
Horizontal block Y-buffer
defect

3. If not fixed, replace PDP Panel Refer to the exel file


- Need to adjust Vs, Va voltage of 13 Page
for adjusting Vs, Va
after panel replacement
4. Vertical Line or Block

Symptom Description Repair Meathod Remark


1. Reseat address buffer board
for defect part

- Refer to the left picture for


Vertical line or defective position of each
block defect address buffer board

Need to replace
the only defect
2. If not fixed, replace address board as defect
buffer boards side (E, F, G
E-buffer F-buffer G-buffer address buffer)

G-buffer F-buffer E-buffer

3. If not fixed, replace PDP Panel Refer to the exel file


- Need to adjust Vs, Va voltage of 13 Page
for adjusting Vs, Va
after panel replacement
Defective position for E, F, G buffer
5. Buzzing Noise

Symptom Description Repair Meathod Remark

1. If the noise comes from the


vibration of Back-Cover,
attach a spacer felt 1. Refer to the PDF
file of 13 Page
2. If the noise source is X or for replacing Panel
The noise Y main board, attach
Buzzing Noise 2. Refer to the exel
By vibration a damping sheet file of 13 Page
for adjusting Vs, Va
3. If the noise source is SMPS,
replace the SMPS
4. If not fix, replace the Panel
and then adjust Vs and Va
Plasma Discharge Problem

Two types

How to fix

2009
Discharge Defect; this is called Low Level Discharge by R&D

NO. Major Defect Symptom Display

• No Video, LED on/off after Relay action


1 (repeatedly sounds clicking noise)
- SMPS output voltage(Vs, Va) OK

• Whole Picture Discharge defect like as


2
contour line

• Power Protection occurrence


3 - Can hear Relay off sound at Power On
(repeated clicking sound)
Discharge Defect; this is called Over Discharge by R&D

Symptom Description Repair Meathod Remark

1. Check and Adjust Vs, Va


voltage on SMPS
Panel discharge
defect
2. If not fixed by adjust,
replace PDP panel
- Need to adjust Vs, Va voltage
after panel replacement

1. Check and Adjust Vs, Va


voltage on SMPS

Partial dicharge
defect at each 2. If not fixed, replace logic board
side

3. If not fixed, replace PDP panel


- Need to adjust Vs, Va voltage
after panel replacement
Discharge Problem Two Cases
1 Low Level Discharge
Test; FW (Full White), Magenta, FR, FG, FB also Grey.
Solution; Increase Vs 2-3 Volt over panel spec.
If not ok; Adjust Yfr + Yrr, First mark the pots original settings with a
pen so you can go back if necessary. (Yfr = falling ramp, Yrr = rising
Ramp) Check result after 3 hours, all patterns, readjust if not ok.

2 Over Discharge
Test; Black pattern and OSD, can be seen around OSD, often appears
as Blue stars.
Solution; Reduce Ve 3-10V.
If not ok; change Logic FW, the ramp waveform is generated from the
FW.
For Models that have this problem
HQ Bulletins have been created.

Normally the Bulletins contain information ho


w to do it and also the necessary Logic FW.

2008-04-30

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6. Pixel defect

Symptom Description Repair Meathod Remark

1. Refer to the PDF


file of 13 Page
Large group Replace the Panel and then for replacing Panel

Cell defect Adjust Vs and Va 2. Refer to the exel


file of 13 Page
for adjusting Vs, Va
● Others – Module defect except Panel

1. Y-Main

2. X-Main

3. Logic Main

4. Y Buffer

5. E, F, G Address Buffer
1. Y-Main

NO. Major Defect Symptom Display

• No Video, LED on/off after Relay action


1 (repeatedly sounds clicking noise)
- SMPS output voltage(Vs, Va) OK

• Whole Picture Discharge defect like as


2
contour line

• Power Protection occurrence


3 - Can hear Relay off sound at Power On
(repeated clicking sound)
Discharge Problem Two Cases
1 Low Level Discharge
Test; FW (Full White), Magenta, FR, FG, FB also Grey.
Solution; Increase Vs 2-3 Volt over panel spec.
If not ok; Adjust Yfr + Yrr, First mark the pots original settings with a
pen so you can go back if necessary. (Yfr = falling ramp, Yrr = rising
Ramp) Check result after 3 hours, all patterns, readjust if not ok.

2 Over Discharge
Test; Black pattern and OSD, can be seen around OSD, often appears
as Blue stars.
Solution; Reduce Ve 3-10V.
If not ok; change Logic FW, the ramp waveform is generated from the
FW.
2. X-Main

NO. Major Defect Symptom Display

OK

1 • Dim Video or No Video

Dim
Video

• Power Protection occurrence


2
- Can hear Relay off sound at Power On
3. Logic Main

NO. Major Defect Symptom Display

• No Video, Sound OK
1 - Don’t come out Vs voltage(3.3V)
at Logic board

• Abnormal Pattern at regular


2
intervals

3 • Vertical lines at regular intervals

4 • Signal sync. failure


3. Logic Main

NO. Major Defect Symptom Display

5 • Broken Picture

• Other Symptom
6
Abnormal color or stripes
4. Y Buffer

NO. Major Defect Symptom Display

• Horizontal Block at upper half


side or lower half side
1
-> Must change Y-Main
with Y-buffer board

Upper Y-Buffer Lower Y-Buffer

• Horizontal Block at upper half


side or lower half side
- 90% among Horizontal line
2
is Y-buffer defect
- Remained 10% is panel or
connection defect
Upper Y-Buffer or Lower Y-Buffer or
Panel defect Panel defect
5. E, F, G Address Buffer

NO. Major Defect Symptom Display

• No block video at each


1 E-buffer F-Buffer G-Buffer
area

• Power Protection
occurrence
2 - Can hear Relay off
sound at Power On
● Troubleshooting Procedures by Assembly

<PDP 42”>

<PDP 50”>
V. Trouble Shooting

۞ First Checklist for Troubleshooting


V. Trouble Shooting
۞ No power
V. Trouble Shooting
۞ When the unit is repeatedly turning on and off
V.۞Trouble Shooting
No Sound
V. Trouble Shooting
۞ Faults and Corrective Actions.
Concept
■ Value Proposition

Relaxation

Pleasure
“ beyond the space… ”

Satisfaction

Affordable
1. Specification
1.Specification

Product Features
1.Specification

Key Features

1055 x 759 x 316 mm (With Stand) 1231 x 849 x 316 mm (With Stand)

40 kg (With Stand) 52 kg (With Stand)

60 Hz

Power Consumption 380 / 390 (MEXICO) W 480 / 510 (MEXICO) W


2. Alignment & Adjustment
2. Alignment &Adjustment
Factory Mode adjustments
1. How to enter factory mode
2. Alignment &Adjustment
Service adjustments
2. Alignment &Adjustment
Service adjustments
2. Alignment &Adjustment
Software Upgrade (with RS-232C)
2. Alignment &Adjustment
Software Upgrade (with UART JIG)
2. Alignment &Adjustment
Voltage Adjustment
3. Block Diagram
3. Block Diagram
Overall Block Diagram
3. Block Diagram
Audio/Video Signal Block Diagram
3. Block Diagram
Logic Board Block Diagram
3. Block Diagram
Power Block Diagram
4. Wiring Diagram
4. Wiring Diagram
Overall Wiring(42”)
4. Wiring Diagram
Overall Wiring(50”)
4. Wiring Diagram
Overall Wiring
4. Wiring Diagram
PDP - SMPS Wiring
4. Wiring Diagram
Main Board Wiring

⑧ ⑨ ③
4. Wiring Diagram
Main Board Wiring
5. Operation Instruction
& Installation
5. Operation Instruction & Installation
Rear Panel
6. Trouble shooting
6. Trouble shooting
No Power
6. Trouble shooting
Turned on and off repeatedly
6. Trouble shooting
No Picture ( When audio is normal)
6. Trouble shooting
No Sound
ATTACHMENT
CONTENTS

I. What is PDP ?

II. PDP Filter

III. What is a HDMI?

IV. What is a TrusurroundXT

V. SVC Code List


What is

PDP ?
Agenda

1. Introduction to PDP

2. Panel Structure & Manufacturing

3. PDP Driving Characteristics

4. Characteristic of Board
1. Introduction to PDP
● PDP Concept

Power
PS Ultraviolet Fluorescent
Radiation Substance
Visible Light
Drive Circuit

R G B

Visible
Light

R G B

Generation Converted into


Energy Visible Light
Transfer
1. Introduction to PDP
● PDP Operating Efficiency

Power Input
Loss in Drive Circuit 70%

Gas Discharge
Heat and Infrared 2%
Radiation Ray

Ultraviolet Radiation
Emission

Absorption of 60%
Partitions of Cell
StructureAbsorption by Fluorescent Substance
Internal Loss due
15%
to Fluorescent
Substance
Visible Light Generation
PDP Gun Operating Efficiency
Efficiency 60%
 0.7×0.02×0.6×0.15×0.6
Visible Light  0.08%
1. Introduction to PDP
● PDP Advantages and Disadvantages
< Advantages > < Disadvantages >
- Ultra-Slim : Wall-mounted TV - High Power Consumption
- Easy Wide Screen Implementation : - Low Brightness
80” or Higher - High Price
- Lightweight (on the basis of a 42”) - Low Emissions Efficiency
: 42” PDP: 30kg (Approximately 1.5lm/W)
/ 42” CRT : more than 100kg - After Image
: 40” LCD: 32Kg - High Operating Temperature
- Wide View Angles (170°) - Drive and Panel Noise
- High Resolution
: 0.1mm Cell Pitch
- Not affected by magnetic fields
- Full-color
- Excellent Non-linearity
: Does not require TFT (Thin Film
Transistor) unlike LCD
Panel Structure and
Manufacturing
2. Panel Structure & Manufacturing
● Panel Cell Structure
Upper Panel
Bus Electrode

Dielectric Layer
MgO Layer ITO Electrode
Partition Fluorescent
Substance

Address Electrode Lower Panel


2. Panel Structure & Manufacturing
● Panel Cell Structure
2. Panel Structure & Manufacturing
● PDP Cell Component Function

Gas Transparent Electrode


- Causes and maintains the discharge - Sets a gap between electrodes
- Generates ultraviolet rays - Transparent for visible light

Dielectric Layer
- Limits current flow
- Transparent for visible light
- Accumulates wall charge Bus Electrode
- Provides a path for
MgO Thin Film the discharge current
- Emits secondary electrons - Prevents a voltage drop
- Generates a wall charge

Phosphor Layer
- Converts Visible Light-Ultraviolet Rays Driving Circuit
- Switches discharged cells
Address Electrode - Processes the video signal
- Inputs the Data Signal
PDP Driving
Characteristics
3. PDP Driving Characteristics
● Block Diagram
[Wiring Diagram Schematic ]

C N 805 C N 805
(10 P ) (10 P ) C N 804 C N 804
SM PS (9P ) (9P )
C N 806)
C N 812
(5P )
C N 802 C N 803 C N 801
(11 P ) (10 P ) (10 P ) X - M ain
Y - M ain

LA 03 C N 803
(31 P ) (10 P )

C N 201 C N 201 Log ic C N 101 C N 101

C N 401 C N 402 C N 403

C N 806) E F1 FE 1 FG 1 G F1

C N 111 C N 601 C N 101 AC


C N 802 C N 801
Inlet
C N 102
D igital A nalog
C N 103
3. PDP Driving Characteristics

● Board Functions
■.SMPS(Switching Mode Power Supply)
: SMPS supplies the voltage for the parts installed on the boards and supplies the voltage and
current for the panel.

■.X-MAIN Board
: Switches FETs according to the timing provided by the Logic Board, generates the Drive Waveform
and supplies the Drive Waveform for the X electrode of the panel through the connector.

■.Y-MAIN Board
: Switches FETs according to the timing provided by the Logic Board, generates the Drive Waveform
and supplies the Drive Waveform for the Y electrode of the panel through the Scan Driver IC of the
Y-Buffer Board.

■.Logic Main Board


: Processes the video signal and generates and outputs the Address Drive Output and the XY Drive
signals. It also buffers the Logic Main Board and the Address Drive Output signal and supplies the
Output signal for the Address Driver IC (COF Module).
3. PDP Driving Characteristics
● Board Functions
■.Logic Buffer (E, F, G) : Outputs data and the control signal to the COF.

■.Y-Buffer (Upper, Lower)


: A board supplies a Scan Waveform to the Y terminal. This board consists of Upper and
Lower boards.
8 Scan Driver ICs (ST’s STV7617 : 64 or 65 Output) are installed.

■.AC Noise Filter


: Removes low frequency noise and surge from the AC line.
It affects (EMC,EMI) the safety regulations depending on the AC filter.

■.COF (Chip on Flexible)


: Applies a Va pulse to the Address electrode in the Address duration and causes an
Address Discharge through the potential difference from the scan pulse applied to the Y
electrode.
It is manufactured as a COF. A COF consists of 4 Data Drive ICs (STV7610A :96 Output).
A Single Scan consists of 7 COFs.
3. PDP Driving Characteristics
● 1 Sub-Field Structure (ADS – Address Data Separate)

Reset Address Sustain


Duration Duration Duration

Function Function
• Removes the Sustain Components
Function • Emission of visible rays
• Initialize the Wall-Voltage • Sets the Discharge Cell through a Cell Discharge

Issue Issue Issue


• Operating Margin • High-Speed Switching • High Efficiency
• Contrast • Low-Voltage • Low Voltage
• Short Reset Time • ERC Operating Efficiency
3. PDP Driving Characteristics
● Drive Waveform (P3 Alexander)
Y rising Y sustain
R am p P ulse

Y falling
R am p Y scan
P ulse
X sustain
P ulse

A ddress
P ulse

A1,2..... Address (=Data) Electrode Vs 85V Ve 110V


X Common & Sustain Electrode Vset 95V Va 79V
Y1,2.... Scan & Sustain Electrode Vscan 85V
3. PDP Driving Characteristics
● Drive Waveform (P4 Mozart)

Vset = 173V

Vs = 175V

Vsc_h = 35V
Y

Vsc_l = -70V

Ve=165V Vs = 175V

A1,2..... Address(=Data) Electrode


X Common & Sustain Electrode
Y1,2.... Scan & Sustain Electrode
3. PDP Driving Characteristics
● Address Duration Operating Sequence

The preset cells to be turned


on to display a picture.
3. PDP Driving Characteristics
● Sustain Duration

Turn the cells on by a strong


Sustain Discharge
3. PDP Driving Characteristics
● Frame Structure (ADS)
SF1 SF2 SF3 SF4 SF5 SF6 SF7 SF8
sub-field
1
scan line

2 address
..
...
1T 2T 4T 8T 16T 32T 64T 128T
sustain
480
1TV field (time)

Reset Address Sustain


Period Period Period

D
X
Y1
Y2
Yn
3. PDP Driving Characteristics
● Image Display by 8 Sub-Fields

SF1 SF2 SF3 SF4 SF5 SF6 SF7 SF8


sub-field
1
scan line

2 address
..
...
1T 2T 4T 8T 16T 32T 64T 128T
sustain
480
1TV field (time)
Operating Explanation
per Board
4. Operating Explanation per Board

● Entire PDP Module Block Diagram


[W hole B lock D iagram ]
Y - M ain B 'd
X - M ain B 'd
Lo g ic B 'd D isp lay
D ata
Row P D P P anel
D river
D RAM D river 852 X 4 80 P ixels X - P ulse
Tim ing 853 X 3 X 480 C ells G enerato r
Inp ut D ata Y - P ulse
D river
D ata C o ntro ller G enerato r
Tim ing S can
P ro cesso r
C o ntro ller Tim ing
C o lum n D river
C lo ck :
C lo ck : C lo ck : 20M H z P o w er B 'd
27M H z 60M H z 40M H z

P o w er S up p ly

LV D S
D ig ital B 'd A nalo g B 'd

Im ag e D e- A ud io
interlacer P ro cesso r A C P o w er
E nhancer
Im ag e Vid eo Vid eo S o urce
Tuner 220V
S calerr D eco d er S /W

AD TM D S C om b
M ico m Filter
C o nverterr R eceiverr
4. Operating Explanation per Board
● Drive Waveform Specifications
Y rising Y sustain
R am p P ulse

Y falling
R am p Y scan
P ulse
X sustain
P ulse

A ddress
P ulse

A1,2..... Address(=Data) Electrode Vs 85V Ve 110V


X Common & Sustain Electrode Vset 95V Va 79V
Y1,2.... Scan & Sustain Electrode Vscan 85V
What is

PDP Filter ?
Content

PDP Filter Function

PDP Filter Structure

PDP Filter Performance

PDP Filter Manufacturing Process


PDP Filter Function
Plasma Panel Display
Structure
PDP Filter Module (SDI) SMPS (SEM)
(Corning)

Cabinet – Back
(SEC)
Display
Board
(SEC)
Cabinet – Front (SEC)
The Function of the PDP
Filter
PDP Filter PDP Module

(Source)
Human hazard EMI Panel & Module

Visible
Light
Remote controller
malfunction NIR Xenon gas

Color purity up Neon Peak Red fluorescent &


Color adjust Neon gas
☞ Breakage and scattering prevention

NIR : Near Infrared


EMI : Elctro Magnetic Interference
The Function of the MRT PDP
Filter
External Light absorption

Visual Image Light


(High Transmittance) G

High Contrast !
PDP Filter Structure
PDP Filter Mesh Type
Structure
Color adjusting+ NIR Cut Film

Semi Tempered Glass


AR Film

Mesh Film

AR Film
Color adjusting+ NIR Cut Film
Mesh Film
Semi Tempered Glass
PDP Filter Sputter type Structure

AR Film

AR Film
Color adjusting

Coating on Semi Tempered Glass


Dielectric
(Double AR)

Dielectric
Blocker
Metal
AR Film
Blocker
Coating
Dielectric
Semi Tempered Glass
Color adjusting film
AR Film
PDP Filter MRT (Sputter) type
Structure

MAB Film

Color adjusting film


Semi Tempered Glass

Coating
AR Film

AR Film
MAB Film
Color adjusting
Coating on Semi Tempered Glass
PDP Filter Performance
PDP Filter Performance

Sputter Coating MRT Type


ITEM Mesh Type
Type (Coating)

Transmittance (%) 48 % 44 % 52 %

EMI Margin* @ Class B 17 4 4

NIR** 850 nm 9% 5% 5%
Shielding
(%) 950 nm 4% 2% 2%

* SDI V3 Module & SEC 42” P4 set Test Result


** Measure Data
MRT PDP Filter Performance
( Unit : cd/m2)
SDI V4 M Filter Conducting Pioneer
Item
Module Applied Film Applied Direct-Attached
Peak
Brightness
1,077 561 476 212
Bright
Black
Room 12.17 1.33 2.40 2.47
Brightness
(150Lux)
Contrast
Ratio
88 : 1 423 : 1 181 : 1 86 : 1

Peak
Brightness
1,047 561 468 210

Black
Dark Room 0.15 0.08 0.07 0.65
Brightness
Contrast
Ratio
6,978 : 1 7,480 : 1 6,938 : 1 467 : 1

PDP Filter Transmissivity - 52 % 44 % 30 %

• SDI V4 Module : V4 2.0x Version (Manufactured in November)


• Original Data : Refer to the SEC Measurement Data
NIR / IR Shielding
60

50

40
Transm ittance(% )

30

20
SSC Mesh Type Filter

10

SSC Coating Type Filter


0
350 850 1350 1850 2350
W a ve Le n g th (n m )
PDP Filter Manufacturing Process
PDP Filter Manufacturing
Process
(Coating Type)
Sputter Coating Process
Glass Cleaning Blocker Coating Inspection

Dry Dielectric Coating

Dielectric
Dielectric

Blocker

Blocker

Dielectric
Metal
AR Film
Semi Tempered Glass
AR Film

Color adjusting film

Coating
FQA Inspection

Inspection Metal Coating


PDP Filter Manufacturing
Process
(Coating Type)
Dry cleaning Inspection AR Laminating

Color Film Trimming Color Film Laminating Dry cleaning


PDP Filter Manufacturing
Process
(Coating Type)
Dry cleaning Inspection AR Film Laminating AR Film Trimming

Packing & Shipping FQA Inspection Inspection Auto Clave


What is HDMI? Attachment

ITEM DVI HDMI

DATA SPEED 1.78G BPS 2.2G BPS

AUDIO NONE CD OR HIGHER QUALITY DATA

AV-LINK CAPABILITIES
REMOTE
NONE REPLACES INFRARED REPEATERS
CONTROL
INTEGRATED REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM

CONNECTOR

ACCOMMODATES ATSC DTV FORMATS


FUTURE SUPPORTS 8 CHANNEL AUDIO
NONE
COMPATIBILITY SPARE BANDWIDTH FOR FUTURE APP.
(55% EXTRA AFTER HD TRANSMISSION)
What is HDMI? Attachment

HDMI block diagram


What is HDMI? Attachment

HDMI system architecture is defined to consist of Sources and Sinks. A


given device may have one or more HDMI inputs and one or more HDMI
outputs. Each HDMI input on these devices shall follow all of the rules for
an HDMI Sink and each HDMI output shall follow all of the rules for an
HDMI Source.
As shown HDMI block diagram the HDMI cable and connectors carry four
differential pairs that make up the TMDS data and clock channels. These
channels are used to carry video, audio and auxiliary data. In addition,
HDMI carries a VESA DDC channel. The DDC is used for configuration and
status exchange between a single Source and a single Sink. The optional
CEC protocol provides high-level control functions between all of the
various audiovisual products in a user’s environment.
Audio, video and auxiliary data is transmitted across the three TMDS data
channels. The video pixel clock is transmitted on the TMDS clock channel
and is used by the receiver as a frequency reference for data recovery on
the three TMDS data channels. Video data is carried as a series of 24-bit
pixels on the three TMDS data channels. TMDS encoding converts the 8
bits per channel into the 10 bit DC-balanced, transition minimized
sequence which is then transmitted serially across the pair at a rate of 10
bits per pixel clock period.
What is HDMI? Attachment

Connector Drawings
All dimensions in millimeters
What is HDMI? Attachment

HDMI Connector pin configuration


NO Function NO Function
1 D2_RX2+ 11 D2_RXCLK GND
2 D2_RX2 GND 12 D2_RXCLK
3 D2_RX2- 13 No connection
4 D2_RX1+ 14 No connection
5 D2_RX1 GND 15 HDMI_DDC_SCL
6 D2_RX1- 16 HDMI_DDC_SDA
7 D2_RX0+ 17 HDMI_DDC_GND
8 D2_RX0 GND 18 HDMI VCC (5V)
9 D2_RX0- 19 Ident_HDMI
10 D2_RXCLK+ 20 Common GND
What is HDMI? Attachment

HDMI Encoder/Decoder Overview


What is HDMI? Attachment

Link Architecture

As shown in an HDMI link includes three TMDS Data channels and a


single TMDS Clock channel. The TMDS Clock channel constantly runs
at the pixel rate of the transmitted video. During every cycle of the
TMDS Clock channel, each of the three TMDS data channels transmits
a 10-bit character. This 10-bit word is encoded using one of several
different coding techniques.

The input stream to the Source’s encoding logic will contain video pixel,
packet and control data. The packet data consists of audio and
auxiliary data and associated error correction codes.

These data items are processed in a variety of ways and are presented
to the TMDS encoder as either 2 bits of control data, 4 bits of packet
data or 8 bits of video data per TMDS channel. The Source encodes
one of these data types or encodes a Guard Band character on any
given clock cycle.
What is HDMI? Attachment
Example: TMDS periods in 720x480p video frame
What is HDMI? Attachment

Operating Modes Overview

The HDMI link operates in one of three modes: Video Data Period, Data Island
period, and Control period. During the Video Data Period, the active pixels of
an active video line are transmitted. During the Data Island period, audio and
auxiliary data are transmitted using a series of packets. The Control period is
used when no video, audio, or auxiliary data needs to be transmitted.
A Control Period is required between any other two periods.

Video Data Periods use transition minimized coding to encode 8 bits per
channel, or 24 bits total per pixel.
Data Island Periods are encoded using a similar transition minimized coding,
TMDS Error Reduction Coding (TERC4), which transmits 4 bits per channel,
or 12 bits total per pixel clock period.
During Control Periods, 2 bits per channel, or 6 bits total are encoded per pixel
clock using a transition maximized encoding. These 6 bits are HSYNC, VSYNC,
CTL0, CTL1, CTL2 and CTL3. Near the end of every Control Period,
a Preamble, using the CTLx bits, indicates whether the next Data Period is
a Video Data Period or a Data Island Period.
What is HDMI? Attachment

Video Format Support


In order to provide maximum compatibility between video Sources and Sinks,
specific minimum requirements have been specified for Sources and Sinks

Primary Video Format Timings


• 640x480p @ 59.94/60Hz
• 1280x720p @ 59.94/60Hz
• 1920x1080i @ 59.94/60Hz
• 720x480p @ 59.94/60Hz
• 720(1440)x480i @ 59.94/60Hz
• 1280x720p @ 50Hz
• 1920x1080i @ 50Hz
• 720x576p @ 50Hz
• 720(1440)x576i @ 50Hz
What is HDMI? Attachment

Audio Sample Rates and Support Requirements

If an HDMI Source supports audio transmission across any output, then it


shall support HDMI audio transmission. If an HDMI Source supports any
HDMI audio transmission, then it shall support 2 channel L-PCM using an
IEC 60958 Subpacket structure, with either 32kHz, 44.1kHz or 48kHz
sampling rate and a sample size of 16 bits or more.

An HDMI Source is permitted to transmit L-PCM or encoded audio data at


sample rates of 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4kHz and
192kHz using either IEC 60958 format or IEC 61937 format. If an HDMI
Sink supports audio reception across any input, then it shall support
audio reception from all HDMI inputs.

Basic Audio. is defined as two channel L-PCM audio at sample rates of


32kHz, 44.1kHz, or 48kHz, with a sample size of at least 16 bits. For
EIA/CEA-861B references to DTV devices, .Basic Audio. is defined as two
channel L-PCM audio at sample rates of 32kHz, 44.1kHz, and 48kHz.

There is no sample size usage restriction for DTV devices. An HDMI Sink
may optionally accept audio at sample rates of 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4kHz
and/or 192kHz using either IEC 60958 format or IEC 61937 format, and
should indicate these capabilities in the E-EDID data structure.
What is HDMI? Attachment

Compatibility With DVI

All HDMI Sources shall be compatible with DVI 1.0 compliant sink devices (i.e.
“monitors” or “displays”) through the use of a passive cable converter. Likewise,
all HDMI Sinks shall be compatible with DVI 1.0 compliant sources (i.e. “systems”
or “hosts”) through the use of a similar cable converter.

When communicating with a DVI device, an HDMI device shall operate according
to the DVI 1.0 specification, with the following exception - these devices are not
required to comply with DVI 1.0 rules regarding:
• Monitor scaling requirements
• Physical Interconnect specifications
• System Low Pixel Format Support Requirements

Furthermore, for HDMI devices which do not have a “BIOS” or “operating system”,
there are the following additional exceptions:
• “BIOS” requirements
• “Operating system” requirements
• “System level event” requirements
• Power management requirements
What is TXT? Attachment

TruSurround XT for Virtual Surround Sound

DVD players have transformed the


household into an entertainment center.
While DVD owners can now enjoy 5.1
multichannel soundtracks for movies and
music in the comfort of their living room or
at their computer, most televisions and
computer playback systems
have only two speakers.

TruSurround XT bridges this gap. It processes any multichannel audio source, as is


usually found on DVDs, and transforms the material into breathtaking virtual surround
sound from just two speakers or headphones.

Based upon the patented TruSurround® technology from SRS Labs, which is the
established standard for virtual surround sound, TruSurround XT also includes the unique
features of SRS Dialog Clarity and TruBass and creates a stunning 3D sound image from
standard stereo material.
What is TXT? Attachment
TruSurround XT features

TruSurround: TruSurround is a patented SRS technology that solves the problem of


playing 5.1 multichannel content over two speakers. TruSurround delivers a compelling,
virtual surround sound experience through any two-speaker playback system, including
internal television speakers and headphones. It is fully compatible with all multichannel
formats up to 6.1 channels.

SRS Dialog Clarity Enhancement: Playback of dialog often suffers due to competing
signals from other speakers. In addition, feature film soundtracks are mixed specifically for
cinema playback and are loaded with the latest advancements in special audio effects.
When translated over home theatre or computers systems, dialog may become
unintelligible. This patented SRS algorithm enhances signal clarity to address these
problems, thus improving dialog intelligibility from all such source material.
What is TXT? Attachment
TruSurround XT features

TruBass: TruBass is a patented SRS technology that enhances bass performance utilizing
proprietary psychoacoustic techniques. These techniques restore the perception of
fundamental low frequency tones by dynamically augmenting harmonics, which are more
easily reproduced by contemporary loudspeakers.

Using TruBass, TruSurround XT takes the bass information contained within the original
audio track and helps the speakers or headphones re-create it – even if it is below the
speaker’s low frequency limitations.

WOW: WOW™ is an award winning stereo enhancement technology that significantly


improves the performance of stereo (non-surround sound encoded material) signals
through any two-speaker system, including headphones. It extends the sound image in
both the horizontal and vertical planes well beyond the speakers themselves. In addition,
WOW incorporates TruBass and SRS Dialog Clarity Enhancement.

When TruSurround XT accepts a stereo signal, WOW is enabled for a better listening
experience. Wow is also used by Microsoft in their new Media Player for Windows XP and
Windows Media Player 7.