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Acer PD-115

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doi ng or not doi ng speci fi c acti ons.

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C auti on
hardware or software problems.

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Important
accompli shment of procedures.
Preface
Before using this information and the product it supports, please read the following
general information.

1. This Service Guide provides you with all technical information relating to the BASIC
CONFIGURATION decided for Acers global product offering. To better fit local
market requirements and enhance product competitiveness, your regional office MAY
have decided to extend the functionality of a machine (e.g. add-on card, modem, or
extra memory capability). These LOCALIZED FEATURES will NOT be covered
in this generic service guide. In such cases, please contact your regional offices or the
responsible personnel/channel to provide you with further technical details.

2. Please note WHEN ORDERING FRU PARTS, that you should check the most up-
to-date information available on your regional web or channel. If, for whatever reason,
apart number change is made, it will not be noted in the printed Service Guide. For
ACER-AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDERS, your Acer office may have a DIFFER
ENT part number code to those given in the FRU list of this printed Service Guide.
You MUST use the list provided by your regional Acer office to order FRU parts for
repair and service of customer machines.
Table of Contents

Chapter 1 System Introduction 1


Technical Specification .......................................................................................................1
Lamp Specification............................................................................................................. 2
System Block Diagram .......................................................................................................6
Optics Conceptual Drawing................................................................................................7

Chapter 2 Firmware Update 8


Setup Tool / Equipment.......................................................................................................8
Upgrading Procedure .........................................................................................................8

Chapter 3 Machine Dissassembly and Replacement 10


General Information ...........................................................................................................11
Disassemble Lamp Module...............................................................................................12
Disassemble IO Cover & Top Cover..................................................................................13
Disassemble Speaker & Front Cover ...............................................................................14
Disassemble Front Fan...................................... ...............................................................15
Disassemble Front IR Board & IR Cover...........................................................................16
Disassemble Video IO .......................................................................................................17
Dissassemble Main Board..... ...........................................................................................18
Disassemble Ballast Module & Back IR.............................................................................19
Disassemble Optical Engine..............................................................................................20
Disassemble Back Cover.................................................................................................. 21
Disassemble Back IR Cover , AC Outlet........................................................................... 22
Disassemble Power Module............................................................................................. 23
Disassemble Mylar & Ground Plate.................................................................................. 24
Disassemble Heatsink & DMD Board.............................................................................. 25
Disassemble DMD Assembly & DMD.............................................................................. 26
Disassemble Thermal Board............................................................................................ 27
Disassemble Optical Engine Fan...................................................................................... 28
Exploded Overview............................................................................................................29
Table of Contents

Chapter 4 Trouble shooting 30


Video Signal troubleshooting.............................................................................................31
Operation FunctionTroubleshooting..................................................................................34
Power SourceTroubleshooting..........................................................................................35
Function Test and Alignment...............................................................................................36
Equipment Needed...................................................................................................36
Test Condition............................................................................................................36
Test Display Modes and Patterns .....................................................................................37
Compatible Modes ..................................................................................................37
Function Test Display Pattern..................................................................................38

Chapter 5 Connector Information 40


Introduction...........................................................................................................................40
Main Board......................................................................................................................... 40
Power Board .....................................................................................................................46
Ballast Board ......................................................................................................................48

Chapter 6 FRU(FieldReplaceable Unit) List 49


FRU List...............................................................................................................................50
Chapter 1

System Introduction

Technical Specification

Item D escription

D i splay Type Si ngle C hi p D LP Projector

Lamp Type 200W

Bri ghtness 1700 Lumen

C ontrast Rati o 2000 : 1(Full on / off) (Mi n)

Resoluti on(Pi xels) 800 x 600

Uni formi ty 90%

Opti cal C ompensati on Li ght Tunnel

Focal Length 20.2 ~ 24.2 mm

Screen Si ze 27.5~330 i nches

Throw D i stance 1.2 ~ 12 Meter

C ompati bi li ty "Hori zontal frequency (31~79KHz" )

"Verti cal frequency ( 50~85Hz" )

Operati on Humi di ty 80%

Operati on Temperature +5 ~ +35C

Sound Noi se 31dB(A)(standard


3 0dB(A)(standamode)
rd mo/ d29dB(A)
e)/27dbECO
(A) mode)
(EC O mode)

Power Requi rement 100~240v, 50~60Hz

D i mensi ons ( W x H x D ) 256 x 198 x 92 mm

Wei ght 2.3


2 .0 KG
KG(<5.1
(<4.lb)
5 lb)

C erti fi cati on C E C lass B, FC C C lass B , VC C I-II , UL , cUL

1 Chapter 1
Lamp Specification

1.Lamp Scope

The product is a lamp system consisting of a short arc burner within a reflector, and an
electric lamp ballast.
Lamp type NSH200PT

Driver type PHG201G16**

2. Lamp Specification : NSH200PT

2.1 Dimensions
Lamp see 2.6 figure (Lamp & Ballaster drawing)
Overall length 66.6
Arc length 1.1mm(typical)
Reflector type Elliptical
Lamp weight man. 75g

2.2 Marking on the lamp


Position of marking On ceramic and reflector
Lot number NSH200PT
Type no. Serial number(ex. HD0100 , HDA001 , HDB001...)

2.3 Operating and measurement conditions


Ballast type Test conditions stable at 200W with
NSH200PT
Rated lamp wattage 200W
Lamp position Horizontal (within 15 degree to horizontal optical axis)

Chapter 1 2
2.4 Initial Ignition performance

Wattage
DC 200

Lamp Voltage (V)


82 V

Lamp Current (A)


2.4

Efficiency (lm/w)
66

2.5 Optical characteristics

Based on meansurement on standard optical unit by USHIO Lighting

Brightness typ. 1600 lumen

Color coordinates x : 0.3 +/- 0.02


y : 0.32 +/- 0.02

Flickering and arc jump less than 5 %

The flicker and arc jump over than 5% should be less than 10 times during 10 minutes
operation

3 Chapter 1
2.6 Lamp & Ballaster drawing

2.7 Instructions for use

1. The lamp becomes high temperature after turning off the projector with the power
button. If you touch the lamp, you may scald your finger. When you replace the lamp,
wait for at least 45 minutes for the lamp to cool down.

2. Do not touch the lamp glass at any time. The lamp may explode due to improper
handling, including the touching of the lamp glass.

3. Lamp lifetime may differ from lamp to lamp and according to the environment of use.
There is no guarantee of the same lifetime for each lamp. Some lamps may fail or
terminate their lifetime in a shorter period of time than other similar lamps.

4. A lamp may explode as a result of vibration, shock or degradation as a result of hours


of use as its lifetime draws to an end. Risk of explosion may differ according to the
environment or conditions in which the projector and lamp are being used.

5. Wear protective gloves and eyeglasses when fixing or detaching the lamp.

6. Faster on-off-cycles will damage the lamp and reduce lamp life. Wait at least for 5
minutes to turn off the projector after powering on.

7. Do not operate the lamp in proximity to paper, cloth, or other combustible material nor
cover it with such materials. Otherwise it could cause a fire.

Chapter 1 4
8. Do not operate the lamp in an atmosphere containing an inflammable substance, such
as thinner. Otherwise it could cause a fire or explosion.

9. Thoroughly ventilate the area or the room when operating the lamp in an oxygen
atmosphere (in the air). If ozone is inhaled, it could cause headaches, nausea,
dizziness, etc.
10. The inorganic mercury is involved in the lamp. If the lamp bursts, the mercury inside the
lamp will go out of the projector. Leave the area immediately if the lamp shatters while
being operated and ventilate the area for at least 30 minutes in order to avoid the
inhalation of mercury fumes. Otherwise it could be harmful to users health.

11. Dispose of the used lamp according to local regulations.

12. Ensure that screws are tightened properly. Screws not tightened fully may result in
injury or accidents.

13. Since the lamp is made of glass, do not drop the unit and do not scratch the glass.

14. Do not reuse the old lamp. This could cause the lamp to explode.

15. Be sure to turn off the projector and unplug the AC power cord before replacing the
lamp.

16. Do not use the projector with the lamp cover removed.

Disposal : For disposal of spent lamps, always consult federal, state, local and
provincial hazardous waste disposal rules and regulations to ensure
proper disposal.

Caution : This lamp emits ultra violet (UV) radiation and operates at high
pressure.
This lamp may only be used in enclosed fixtures that comply with
UL1572.
Due to the high luminous efficacy, the UV radiation which the lamp
emits and the high pressure within the lamp, P-VIP lamps may only be
operated within enclosed, purpose-built housings.

5 Chapter 1
System Block Diagram

Chapter 1 6
Optics-Conceptual Drawing

7 Chapter 1
Chapter 2

Firmware Upgrade

This chapter provides the equipment needed, setup and upgrading procedure for
Firmware upgrade.

Setup Tool / Equipment


1. Computer
2. USB Cable (see right picture)
3. Power Coard

Upgrading Procedure
1. Connect Download Cable to projector
2. Open burning programma (DLP Composer Lite)

Chapter 2 8
3. Press Power and Menu button together and connect the power cord into the
projector . Than release these 2 bottoms .

4. Click the Start Download button and then start to burning of program .

5. Completion of Burning than remove Power Cord and Burning Cord .

9 Chapter 2
Chapter 3

Machine Disassembly and Replacement

This section provides disassembly procedures for PD-113 P DLP Projector. Before you begin any
of these procedures, be sure to turn off the power, computer system, and other attached devices;
then disconnect the power cable from the electronically outlet. Moreover, when you disassemble
the projector, be sure to put the screws in a safe place and separate them according to grouping.

Tool Needed

Item PHOTO

Long Nose Nipper

Hex Sleeves 5mm

Screw Bit (+) : 107


Screw Bit (+) : 101
Screw Bit (+) : 102

Chapter 3 10
General Information
Before You Begin

Before proceeding with the disassembly procedure, make sure that you do the following:

1. Turn off the power to the system and all peripherals.


2. Unplug the AC adapter and all power and signal cables from the system.
3. Wear Anti-static wrist strap.

11 Chapter 3
Disassemble Lamp Module
1. Loosen two screws of Lamp Cover
2. Remove Lamp Cover
3. Loosen two screws of Lamp Module .
4. Grasp the lamp handle and pull out Lamp Module

p.s Related notice of replace lamp pls refer to the Lamp Specification section .

Note:Unplug all the cord before disaddembling the Projector.

P2043-0013

Chapter 3 12
Disassemble IO Cover & Top Cover
1. Loosen the four screws of IO cover.
2. Remove IO cover
3. Loosen the two screws of Back Cover

1. Loosen the two screws of Top Cover.


2. Lift up Top Cover directly (Be careful there is a internal wire connect with the main board)

13 Chapter 3
Disassemble Speaker
1. Loosen the two screws of Speaker.
2. Life up Speaker.

Disassemble Front Cover


1. Loosen the two screws of Front Cover.
2. Lift up Front Cover directly(Be careful there are three internal wires connect with the main
board)
P2034-452-99

Chapter 3 14
Disassemble Front Fan
1. Lift up the Front f Fan Set from front cover directly.

15 Chapter 3
Disassemble Front IR Board & IR Cover
1. Loosen the screws of Front IR board
2. Remove the Front IR board.
3. Take out IR Cover directly.

Chapter 3 16
Disassemble Video IO
1. Loosen the two screws of Back Cover
2. Loosen back cover.
3. Remove the Video IO.

17 Chapter 3
Disassemble Main Board
1. Loosen the four screws of Main Board
2. Unplug all wires on the board (Main Board PIN location of connectors pls refer to
Chapter 5 )
3. Remove Main Board

2447-0100
P2247-2001

Chapter 3 18
Disassemble Ballast Module & Back IR

1. Loosen the screw of Back IR board.


2. Remove the Back IR board
3. Loosen the six screws of Ballast Module
4. Unplug all wires on Ballast Module (Ballast Board PIN location of connectors pls refer
to Chapter 5 )
3. Remove the Ballast Module.

19 Chapter 3
Disassemble Optical Engine

1. Loosen the four screws of Optical Engine


2. Remove the Optical Engine ( with Lamp ) .

P2443-0002

Chapter 3 20
Disassemble Back Cover
1. Loosen the screw of AC Inlet & remove the ring.
2. Remove the Back Cover.

21 Chapter 3
Disassemble Back IR Cover, AC Outlet
1. Take out the AC Inlet.
2. Take out the Back IR Cover.

Chapter 3 22
Disassemble Power Module
1. Unplug the wire.
2. Loosen the five screws of Power Module
3. Remove the Power Module.

02595-0063-00

23 Chapter 3
Disassemble Mylar & Ground Plate
1. Lift up the Mylar.
2. Then lift up the Groung Plate.

Chapter 3 24
Disassemble Heatsink & DMD Board
1. Loosen the four screws of Heatsink.
2. Tear off the EMI Pad
3. Remove the Heatsink. (Do not Suggest to tear off Thermal Pad and DMD Pad
on Heatsink unless they are damaged)
4. Lift up the DMD Board.

25 Chapter 3
Disassemble DMD Assembly & DMD
1. Lift up the DMD Assembly
2. Lift up the DMD

Chapter 3 26
Disassemble Thermal Board
1. Loosen the screw of SENSOR BRACKET TPD
2. Remove the Thermal Borad

27 Chapter 3
Disassemble Optical Engine Fan
1. Loosen the three screws of Fan
2. Remove the Optical Engine Fan

02394-0011-00

Chapter 3 28
Chapter 4

Troubleshooting

This chapter provides technicians and people who have an electronic background a primary
description about maintaining the product. Moreover, you can get the appropriate operation
to solve some complicated problems of component repairing and professional problems.

The Troubleshooing section focus on below items:


1. Video Signal Troubleshooting
2. Operation Function Troubleshooing
3. Power Source Troubleshooting

Chapter 4 30
Video Signal

Computer Video
No Signal No Signal

NG Check
NG
Check Turn on Turn on
Source Source Source
Source

OK OK

Check NG Replace NG
Replace
Cable Cable Check Cable
Cable

OK OK

Computer NG Change to Video NG Change to


Mode Computer Mode Video Mode
Input Mode Input

OK OK

Change Main Change Main


Board Board

31 Chapter 4
Fail to light up No Volume

Look up user Check NG Replace cable


Check NG manual ,and or connect the
Top covers cable
LED indication follow indica- cable back
tive action
OK
OK

Check NG Speaker
Check NG Speaker
Replace Lamp Connector
Lamp Connector Become loose

OK OK

Check NG
NG Replace Ther- Check Replace
Thermal
mal Sensor Speaker Speaker
Sensor

OK OK

NG Check
Check
Replace Fan Main
Fan
Board

OK OK

Replace Main
Check NG Replace Main
Main Board Board

OK

Check NG Replace
Ballast Ballast

Chapter 4 32
Color Missing
On Screen
OK

C/W Cable NG Check Cable


Connector Connector

OK

Check NG Replace
Cable Cable

OK

Check Main NG Change Main


Board Board

OK

Change Optical
Engine

33 Chapter 4
Operation Function:

Remote Control Button Failure


Failure

Check NG Check NG Replace cable


Battery Replace Battery Top covers cable or connect the
Level cable back

OK OK

Check NG Replace Remote Check NG


Remote Replace Button
Control Button
Control

OK OK

Check NG Replace IR Check NG


IR Keypad Replace Keypad

OK OK

Replace
Main
Main Board
Board Fail

Chapter 4 34
Power Source:
No Power Source Fan failure After
After Turning On Turning On

Check NG Replace Lamp Check NG


Fan Fan Connector
Lamp Cover Cover or
Connector Become loose
Switch Reassembly

OK OK

Check NG Check NG
Replace
Inner Replace Inner
Power Cord Power Cord
Wires Wires

OK OK
Check
NG Replace NG
Top Cover (key Check R e p l ac e
cable..) cable or key Fan Fan

OK OK
Check
NG Replace Main Check NG
Main Replace
Board Main
Board Main Board
Board

OK OK

Check Replace Power


NG Replace
Power Baord
Power Board
Board

OK

Replace Standby
Signal cable NG

35 Chapter 4
Function Test and Alignment
Equipment Needed

Test Condition

Chapter 4 36
Test Display Modes and Patterns
Compatible Modes

Preset Signal S yn c Resolution fV(Hz ) fH(Hz )


60 31.5
72 37.7
VGA H(+), V(-) 640 x 800
75 37.5
85 43.3
56 35.1
60 37.9
SVGA H(-), V(+) 800 x 600 72 48.1
75 46.9
85 53.7
60 48.4
70 56.5
XGA H(-), V(-) 1024 x 768 75 60
80 64
85 68.3
SXGA H(+), V(+) 1280 x 1024 60 64

37 Chapter 4
Function Test Display Pattern

Item Test C ontent Pattern Specification R emark


(1).Select the "12 squares" BMP
fi le to check i f there i s any
12 squares noi ses duri ng the stage of Fi gure 1
turni ng on, and warmi ng up the
projector.
(2). The noi ses appear on the
1 Noi se check up
12 squares square should be less than Fi gure 1
three squares.
(3).Select the " 800 fli cker" BMP
fi le. Make sure teach word on
800 fli cker Fi gure 2
the projected i mage doesn not
fli cker.
(1) Select the " Full Black" BMP fi le
to project the i mage on the
2 D ust check up Full Black Fi gure 3
screen .Stand 1.8 meters from i t
and ensure there are no stai ns .
(1) Select the " Full Whi te" BMP fi le
to project the i mage on the
3 D ust check up Full Whi te Fi gure 4
screen .Stand 1.8 meters from i t
and ensure there are no stai ns .
(1) Select the " black and whi te
word" BMP fi le. Use the
projector to adjust the projected
Black and i mage to the maxi mum si ze
4 Resoluti on check up Fi gure 5
Whi te Word and mi ni mum si ze and make
sure each word i s
di sti ngui shable under both
condi ti ons.
(1) Select the "256RGB" BMP fi le
to check i f the color ladder of
5 RGB color check up 256RGB Fi gure 6
the i mage matches the color
ladder of the fi le.
(1) Select the " Full Gray " BMP fi le
to project the i mage on the
6 D ust check up Full Gray Fi gure 7
screen .Stand 1.8 meters from i t
and ensure there are no stai ns .
(1) C li ck on the folder, select the "
Boundary Frame " BMP fi le,
press the AUTO button on the
Li ght leakage check Boundary
7 projector, check i f the li nes and Fi gure 8
up Frame
colors of the projected i mage
are clear as presented on the
BMP fi le .

12 squares Pattern (Figure 1) 800 flicker Pattern (Figure 2)

Chapter 4 38
Full Black Pattern (Figure 3) Full White Pattern (Figure 4)

Black and White Word Pattern (Figure 5) 256RGB Pattern (Figure 6)

Gray Pattern (Figure 7) Boundary Frame (Figure 8)

39 Chapter 4
Chapter 5

Connector Information

Introduction
This section provides each connector location on boards, signal and function of each
board. They will be useful for your detecting the defective boards.

Main Board
Summarize

C onnector D escription
C N1 IR
C N2 Keypad control
C N3 F an
C N4 F an
C N5 F an
C N6 F an
C N7 IR
J1 Ballast control

J3 Vi di o & S-Vi deo i n


J5 D MD connector
J7 Phone jack stereo-R
J8 C olor wheel
J9 Power i n
J1 5 Vi di o & S-Vi deo i n
JP 1 USB
JP 3 C W i ndex

JP 5 Standby run
C ON1 D -SUB
C ON2 V i deo
C ON3 S-vi deo

Chapter 5 40
The Locations of Connectors

CN1 , CN7 : IR

CN3 , CN4 , Cn5 : FAN

PIN # D escription
1 PWM
2 C ontrol
3 GND

J1 :Ballast Control

FLAG
GND
3.3V

41 Chapter 5
CN2 : Keypad Control

Chapter 5 42
J3 , J15 : Video & S-Videop IN

CON3 : S-Video

CON2 : Video

43 Chapter 5
CON1 : D_SUB

J7 : Phone jack Stereo-R

J8 : Color Wheel

Chapter 5 44
J9 : Power Supply

JP1 : USB

JP3 : CW Index

Stand
JP3 : CW by Run
Index

STBY_CTRL
GND

45 Chapter 5
Power Board
Summarize

The Locations of Connectors

CN101 : AC Inout

46 Chapter 5
CN201 : +380V Output

CN301 :DC Output

Chapter 5 47
Ballaster Board
Summarize

The Locations of Connectors

CN1 : Power supply

CN2 : Control signal

48 Chapter 5
Chapter 6

FRU (Field Replaceable Unit) List

This chapter gives you FRU ( Field Replaceable Unit ) listing in global configuration of PD-113P.
Refer to this chapter whenever ordering for parts to repair or for RMA ( Return Merchandise
Authorization ). Please note that WHEN ORDERING FRU PARTS, you should check the most
up-to-date information available on your regional web or channel. For whatever reasons a part
number change is made, it will not be noted on the printed Service Guide. For Acer AUTHO-
RIZED SERVICE PROVIDERS, Acer office may have a DIFFERENT part number code from
those given in the FRU list of this printed Service Guide. You MUST use the local FRU list pro-
vided by your regional Acer office to order FRU parts for repair and service of customer machines.

NOTE : To scrap or to return the defective parts, you should follow the local government
ordinance or regulations on how to dispose it properly, or follow the rules set by your
regional Acer office on how to return it.

Chapter 6 49
FRU List

P2447-0100

P2443-0016

Wire 12
Power Pin
Cable 02595-0063-00
M/B to Power

P2084-0004

50 Chapter 6
P1943-0014

Optical Engine P2443-0002


( w/o lamp)

Chapter 6 51
02394-0011-00

Wire 12 Pin
2 Pin
M/B totoPower 02595-0014-00
02595-0019-00
Ballast Power

02595-0029-00

52 Chapter 6
02595-0030-00

Power cable 02595-0063-00

Chapter 6 53