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1. CAUTION
CA UTION:
Use of controls, adjustments or procedures other than those specified herein may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.

CA UT ION : T O RE DUCE TH E RIS K OF


CA U T ION ELECTR ICA L SHOCK, DO NOT RE MOVE
RISK OF ELECTRIC
ELECTRI COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE
SHOCK DO NOT OPEN. PAR TS INS IDE . RE FE R SE R VIC ING TO
QUALIFIE D SERVICE PERSONNEL.

The lighting flash with arrowhead symbol, with an equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
the person.

The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.

WARNING: TO REDUCE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT


EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS


CAUTION:
Read all of these instructions. Sa ve these instructions for later use . Follo w all W arnings and
Instructions marked on the audio equipment.
1. Read Instructions-All the safety and operating instructionsshouldbe read before the productis operated.
2. Retain Instructions- The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
3. Heed Warnings- All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.
4. Follow Instructions- All operating and use instructions should be followed.

FOR YOUR PERSONAL SAFETY


1. When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed, unplug this television set from the wall outlet and refer servicing to
qualified service personnel.
2. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in fire or electric shock.
3. Do not allow anything to rest on or roll over the power cord, and do not place the TV where power cord is subject to
traffic or abuse. This may result in a shock or fire hazard.
4. Do not attempt to service this television set yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous
voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
5. Never push objects of any kind into this television set through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous voltage
points or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the television set.
6. If the television set has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged, unplug this television set from the wall outlet
and refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
7. If liquid has been spilled into the television set, unplug this television set from the wall outlet and refer servicing to
qualified service personnel.
8. Do not subject your television set to impact of any kind. Be particularly careful not to damage the picture tube surface.
9. Unplug this television set from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a
damp cloth for cleaning.
10.1. Do not place this television set on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The television set may fall, causing serious injury
to a child or an adult, and serious damage to the appliance. Use only with a cart or stand recommended by the
manufacturer, or sold with the television set. Wall or shelf mounting should follow the manufacturer s instructions, and
should use a mounting kit approved by the manufacturer.
10.2. An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces
may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn.

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PROTECTION AND LOCATION OF YOUR SET


11. Do not use this television set near water ... for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a
wet basement, or near a swimming pool, etc.
Never expose the set to rain or water. If the set has been exposed to rain or water, unplug the set from the wall
outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
12. Choose a place where light (artificial or sunlight) does not shine directly on the screen.
13. Avoid dusty places, since piling up of dust inside TV chassis may cause failure of the set when high humidity persists.
14. The set has slots, or openings in the cabinet for ventilation purposes, to provide reliable operation of the receiver, to
protect it from overheating. These openings must not be blocked or covered.
Never cover the slots or openings with cloth or other material.
Never block the bottom ventilation slots of the set by placing it on a bed, sofa, rug, etc.
Never place the set near or over a radiator or heat register.
Never place the set in a built-in enclosure, unless proper ventilation is provided.

PROTECTION AND LOCATION OF YOUR SET


15.1. If an outside antenna is connected to the television set, be sure the antenna system is grounded so as to provide some
protection against voltage surges and built up static charges, Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, NFPA No.
70-1975, provides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the
lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection
to grounding electrode, and requirements for the grounding electrode.

EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS PER NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE INSTRUCTIONS

EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS PER


NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE

ANTENNA
LEAD- IN WIRE

GROUND CLAMP

ANTENNA DISCHARGE
UNIT (NEC SECTION
810-20)

GROUNDING
CONDUCTORS
ELECTRIC SERVICE (NEC SECTION810-21)
EQUIPMENT

GROUND CLAMPS

POWER SERVICE GROUNDING


NEC-NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250. PART H)

15.2. Note to CATV system installer : (Only for the television set with CATV reception)
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer s attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides
guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding
system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.
16. An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric lights or power
circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system, extreme care
should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal.
17. For added protection for this television set during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long
periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna. This will prevent damage due to lightning
and power-line surges.

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OPERATION OF YOUR SET


18. This television set should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label.If you are not
sure of the type of power supply at your home, consult your television dealer or local power company. For television
sets designed to operate from battery power, refer to the operating instructions.
19. If the television set does not operate normally by following the operating instructions, unplug this television set from the
wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel. Adjust only those controls that are covered in the operating
instructions as improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a
qualified technician to restore the television set to normal operation.
20. When going on a holiday : If your television set is to remain unused for a period of time, for instance, when you go on
a holiday, turn the television set off and unplug the television set from the wall outlet.

IF THE SET DOES NOT OPERATE PROPERLY


21. If you are unable to restore normal operation by followingthe detailedprocedurein your operatinginstructions,
do not attempt any further adjustment. Unplug the set and call your dealer or service technician.
22. Whenever the television set is damaged or fails, or a distinct change in performance indicates a need for
service, unplug the set and have it checked by a professional service technician.
23. It is normal for some TV sets to make occasional snapping or popping sounds, particularly when being
turned on or off. If the snapping or popping is continuous or frequent, unplug the set and consult your
dealer or service technician.

FOR SERVICE AND MODIFICATION


24. Do not use attachments not recommendedby the television set manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
25. When replacementparts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacementparts specified
by the manufacturer that have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions
may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
26. Upon completion of any service or repairs to the television set, ask the service technician to perform
routine safety checks to determine that the television is in safe operating condition.

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Factory Test & Alignment Specification For MS63F-LA Series (V0.10)

TCL World-Wide R&D

FPD CENTER

Factory Test & Alignment Specification


(FTAS)
for MS63F-LA Series
Version 0.10

PREPARED BY : Jianwei Li DATE : 2012-09-12

APPROVED BY : _____ DATE :

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Disclosure

The information contained in this document is proprietary to TCL SZ FPD lab and shall
not be disclosed by the recipient to third persons without the written permission of the
team leader or GM of R&D.

Revision History

Version Issue Date Description of changes


v0.10 2012-8-12 This is the draft version of normal SIACP
HDMI as the main absolute input
The password of factory menu is 9735

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These chassis are designed for Latin America(LA) markets Ready for IPTV. The main chip is from
Mstar and supports below features matrix:

Class Item MS63F-LA


ATV
CABLE&ANTENNA
( PAL M/PAN N/ NTSC)
DTV
ANTENNA
(ISDB-T)
HDMI
(480i/p, 576i/p, 720p up to 1080i/p, compliant v1.4 3
with HDCP)
VGA 1
VGA/DVI audio 1
Inputs CMP
1
& (YPrPb can support from 480i up to 1080p,audio)
Outputs AV1
1
(CVBS ,audio)
Side AV
1
(CVBS,audio)
AV OUT 1
USB thumb drive 2
- Picture,Video,Audio Playback
- Hub, Mouse, Keyboard rd
Headphone output 1
SPDIF output Optical
OAD
WIFI Ready USB Dongle accessory
(IEEE 802.11 b/g/n)
DIVX
DLNA (DMP)
Internet Opera
Functions
3D (auto, top & bottom, side by side, frame
sequencing, )
1920x2205@24Hz (1920x1080p x2) Passive Glasses
1280x1470@50Hz (1280x720p x2)
1280x1470@60Hz (1280x720p x2)
Audio Return Channel (ARC)
Serial connector N/A
VGA connector P508
I2C connector of MEMC module N/A
Others
Main SW Serial NAND Flash U301
BIN image V8-6328L01-LF1Rxxx
IC Details U302
& Main EEPROM
Position
VGA connector pinout:
VGA/P508 Pin4:RXD VGA Pin11:TXD
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INFO:

All tests and measurements mentioned hereafter have to be carried out at a normal mains voltage
(220 ~ 240 VAC)
All voltages have to be measured with respect to ground, unless otherwise stated
All final tests have to be done on a complete set including LCD panel in a room with temperature of
25+/-7C
The Picture Performance assessment such as White Balance (luminance and color temperature)
has to be performed into subdued lighted room after at least 45min of warm-up in order to avoid any
temperature drift influence (colorimetry vs time)

1. PCB/SKD Assembly: Test & Alignment

1.1. Pre-Conditions and DC/DC Check

Before power-on, please check the board according to the relevant block diagram and circuit
diagram, and make sure that no serious issue or mistake can destroy the board. For example, the
output of DC/DC and LDO should not be shorted to ground.
Supply a suited voltage and power-on, then check the voltage according to the relevant block
diagram, circuit diagram and voltage spec . the error should less than 5% .For example, the voltage
for main chip(+3V3, AV3.3, +1V2, CORE1V2, etc.), the voltage for DDR (DDRV) , the voltage for
amplifier (AMP_VCC), etc...
Position Value Remark
U200(U200A) 3.3V 5% 3V3
U201 2.5V 5% 2V5
U202 1.5V 5% 1V5
U203 1.2V 5% 1V2
U204 5V 5% 5V
U205 12V 5% 12V
U208 1.2V 5% DEMO_1V2
U209 3.3V 5% TU_3V3

Here enclosed circuit diagram:

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1.2. SW Image download

Download the latest release SW from below FTP server:


- Link: http://sw.tcl-cctv.com
- Username: TCL_HW_MS6328
- Password: to be requested!

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In case of starting from blanked flash, its necessary to write first V8-6328L01-LB1Rxxx file.
Then, following files need to be written down:
- MS6328LA_FULL_UPGRADE.bin

See Appendix n How to upgrade FLASH SW using Mstar tool


See Appendix o How to upgrade FLASH SW using USB

1.3. Project ID Modification

There are different IDs stored into the NVM depending on different Panels settings and Models
features, but theres only one key branching ProjectID that includes all. So, its not recommended to
modify Panel ID with Hyper terminal as other ID features may not change!
To modify Project ID, you need to go through Design menuService menuProject ID, then
spin left or right with RCU Zoom keys to suitable ID (Project name is dynamically refreshed).

See Appendix p How to change Project ID with RCU

Here below is none exhaustive ProjectID table for reference:

MODEL ProjectID Panel Name


L32E5300 001
L46E5300F 002
L42E5300F 003
L42D4330F3D 004
L39E5300F/CMI 005
L39E5300F/AUO 006

1.4. Functional Test

Once the boards (chassis, KB, IR, PSU) and the panel are well interconnected, plug all
external generator devices to relevant inputs/outputs below according to their respective test patterns
format and check picture content and sound quality accordingly:

Source Test Signal Test Pattern


2D - Movie 1280x720
2D - Static Picture 1920x1080
Analog /Digital Tuner
RF cable generator 1. Frequency Range: full band
(VHF/UHF & CATV)
2. Standard: NTSC /PAL M
3. ISDB-T
SPDIF (optical) Audio Amplifier PCM or Dolby D+
AV1 IN Chroma/Fluke
PAL Half Color & Gray bars
(CVBS & AUDIO) generator
AV2 IN Chroma/Fluke PAL Half Color & Gray bars 720x576
(CVBS &AUDIO) generator Half Color & Gray bars
VGA Chroma/QuantumData UXGA - 1600x1200@60Hz

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(VGA&AUDIO) generator Half Color & Gray bars
CMP via mini jack adaptor Chroma/QuantumData 1920x1080i@60Hz
(YPrPb & Audio) generator Half Color & Gray bars
with beyond HDMI 1.3
HDMI 2D - Movie 1280x720i@60Hz
and HDCP compliant
(Video & Audio) 3D - Movie 1920x1080@p24Hz
DVD/BD player
RJ45
DHCP Server ICMP packets echo request
(LAN)
Headphone via mini jack adapter RF signal Suitable channel
Loud Speakers / Enclosures RF signal Suitable channel
AV OUT
RF signal Suitable channel
(Video & Audio)

Audio tones can be defined by the factory (ie: 1KHz & 3KHz, sweep, ).
Picture video formats can be changed by the factory according to their own standard.
Remark1.CMP Audio in shared with AV1.
2.VGA Audio in shared with AV2.

1.5. AD Calibration Test

As SoC as built-in A/D self-calibration mechanism, theres not any ADC to perform.

1.6. DDC & EDID & T-Link Test

The E-EDID data structures are according to VESA Enhanced EDID 1.3 (and EIA/CEA-861B for
HDMI). CEA Timing Extension structure has been extended to support all 3D capable timings.
All VGA and HDMI structures have their own BIN profile which are part of main SW and uploaded
at power-on into HDMI switch chipset:
For EDID check, its needed to check whether the correct EDID is downloaded by checking
corresponding EDID NVM Checksum or read them out to check bit by bit if it is in line with the
released EDID bin file.

1.7. HDCP Test

For HDCP compliancy, its needed to check whether the HDCP key has been well set.

1.8. LAN/WLAN Test (MAC address and Device/User ID codes)

MAC Address Upgrade

See Appendix sHow to upgrade MAC Address

DeviceID (DID) and UserID (UID)

Purpose is to allow Other Newtork Download (OND) and further specific Services over dedicated
portal based on UK.
Description/Portal Links/Flow chart are welcome ?
For such, specific DID (32 bytes) and UID (8 bytes) needs to be paired and overwritten into
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memory for internal client encryption.
Here are below codes examples:

Device ID User ID
BE4F255BBD106BC8F806AE456350D91F 3546187

Those DID/UID codes can only be set using UART commands following enclosed SIACP
requirements (rev. v3.9).

SIACP v3.9
(EN_20110613).pdf

See Appendix u ,QVWUXFWLRQVRI8pdating DID,UID and MAC

LAN Test

A rough LAN test can be done by connecting DHCP server to TVs RJ45 and check that IP,
subnet mask, DNS addresses, are visible on User menuSettingNetwork
Cabal Network
Setting OK (ensure that Internet Connection is Enabled at first).
More in-depth test can be performed faster using suitable UART/IR commands following SIACP
requirements. SW will internally manage Network ID (NID) flag controlling all MAC/DID/UID
integrity to facilitate PA screening further.
Note: Its not necessary to check video and audio from DLNA server.

See Appendix v NETWORK CONNECTION AND TEST

2. Product Assembly (PA): Test & Alignment

2.1. Factory Menu

Follow the below steps to pop-up the Factory menu in case of FactoryKey is disabled:
- Press RCU MENU key to display main menu
- Select Setting and press OK key to enter into Setting submenu
- Select Picture and press OK key to enter into Picture submenu
- Scroll down to Contrast item
- Press the subsequence RCU keys 9, 7, 3 and 5

In case of FactoryKey is enabled, just press RCU Return key to pop-up again the Factory
menu.
The status of Factory Key can be changed in Factory Menu->Hotkey.
Press RCU OK key or RIGHT key to enter the submenu.
Press RCU Menu key to go back to the root menu.
Press RCU RIGHTor LEFT key to change the values.
Press RCU OK key run the function.

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Press RCU Exit key exit the Factory menu.

Factory Captions Info.

While FactoryKey is enabled, therere some toggled display informations relative to SW,
ProjectID, ADC Status, to facilitate 100% quick screening without accessing to whatever else
menu:

Mboot SW Version
Main SW Version
Project ID
P (Production/Factory mode flag) / S (Factory UART
Parser mode flag) / W (Warm-Up mode flag)

See Appendix t Factory Menu Description

2.2. Warm-up Test

Following TCL standard and practices, its required minimum 15min of Warm-Up that can be
considered as Burn-In.
Additional Aging for White Balance alignment is no more necessary due to consistent Picture
Performance with Cloning usage.
This function is accessible by selecting Factory menu WARM-UP, pressing RCU Zoom+
key and then leaving Factory menu. Other faster methods are available on above enclosed
SIACP requirements (rev. v3.9).

2.3. White Balance (WB)

White Balance Touch-Up

As some color coordinates discrepancies can be noticed from panel batches to others, it may
necessary to perform slight touch-up.
For Color temperature adjustment, switch TV on leading HDMI input where should be connected
suitable generator providing following format 1280x720p@60Hz test pattern. A 32 steps grey scale is
recommended to assess relevant colorimetry tracking and low/high light saturation points.

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Make sure that Picture Preset is set to VIVID mode, Contrast bargraph is set to maximum
(100%) and Active BackLight is set to Off.
Ensure that TV is in Factory mode to access to White Balance adjustment submenu, then
scroll down to toggle off Pic. Enhance flag.
PC VGA, CMP YPrPb, RGB, CVBS_PAL Gain/Offset matrix offsets locations are relative to
HDMI/DTV.
CVBS_SECAM and CVBS_NTSC Gain/Offset matrix offsets locations are relative to
CVBS_PAL.
Warm and Cool Tone are relatives to Normal mode.
Gain registers set need to be adjusted at 70IRE.
Offsets registers set can be adjusted at 30IRE, but its not recommended to keep them
defaulted.
Note: All matrix offsets locations can be individually fine-tuned.

Targets and Tolerances for all inputs

The measured parameters should be mainly x, y coordinates.


The Y peak luminance measurement at 100IRE is depending on achievable panel
performance and less important than saturation on high light. If necessary, Scaling Contrast
register can be adjusted.
The BlackLevel measurement need to be within 1% 2. If necessary, Scaling Brightness
register can be adjusted.
The White Balance alignment should be performed using a well calibrated and contact less
analyzer (ex: Minolta CA210 or CA310). The analyzer may not touch the screen surface, and
measurement must be performed in a dark environment keeping the probe(s) at 90+/-2 from the
panel center.
The result should fulfill TCL matching specification (Minolta CA310 reference with CH00):
MODEL COOL(x/y) NORMAL(x/y) WARM(x/y)
L32E5300 275/280 280/290 302/307
L42E5300F 270/280 282/297 302/307
L46E5300F 270/280 280/295 302/307


within below tolerances:
for Alignment: 0.003
for Measurement: 0.015

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2.4. SHOP-END Test

At final process stage, its necessary to perform Reset shop before any packing to leave
Factory mode and restore User default presets.
This function is accessible by selecting Factory menu SHOP init, then pressing RCU OK
key. Other faster methods are available on above enclosed SIACP requirements (rev. v3.9).

Appendix n How to upgrade SW FLASH using Mstar tool

Open Mstar Mboot software programming tool ISP_Tool_4528

Click on Read,and select mboot.binfile

Then click Connect,it will check SPI FLASHs tape----correct,it will display OK.

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Next,click on Auto menu,then click Run,it begin programming Mboot.bin,when


programming success,it will display a word Pass.

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Appendix o How to upgrade FLASH SW using USB

There are two methods to upgrade SW using USB,the first one like below
In the previous of upgrade SW using USB,should program mboot bin file
V8-6328L01-LF1Rxxxbin by ISP_Tool .
Then switch off TV by removing AC cord.
Copy the SW BIN image MS6328LA_FULL_UPGRADE.bin into USB stick (pen drive)
root path
Note: If theres already other MS6328LA_FULL_UPGRADE.bin into USB root, it needs
to be deleted or renamed
Plug USB stick to the TV
Press and hold the power key of key board before reconnect AC cord to restart TV for
5-8seconds.
Once USB stick starts blinking, TV is uploading SW BIN image.
When update is successful, TV should restart automatically.
Remember to perform Factory menuNVM resetand then press RCU OK key
Switch off TV by removing AC cord
Reconnect AC cord to restart TV and wait few seconds for Eeprom update
The second method
To use this method,there should be SW in mainboard to ensure TV can display normally.
Copy the SW BIN image V8-6328L01-LF1RXXX.bin into USB stick (pen drive) root
path
Press RCU MENUSettingFunctionsoftware upgradeOKBy USB
TV display a warning information ,that means it is upgrading,almost 3minutes later,when
upgrade successful,TV should restart automatically.

Appendix p How to change ProjectID with RCU

Process following subsequence IR codes to change projectID: 062598+MENU+xxx


(xxx:ProjectID, ex: 003)
Restart TV

Appendix q How to upgrade MAC Address

Upgrading MAC address need to use the tool in factory and through serial command, The
specific methods according to the operation of the factory guidance.

Appendix r Factory Menu Description

1-Factory hotkey submenu


Item Sub-item Value Note
)DFWRU\ OFFhotkey is invalid
Off/On
KRWNH\ ON hotkey(Return key) is availability

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2-Warm-Up Mode submenu

Item Sub-item Value Note


Select panel On with left/right key, Press

Warm-UP EXIT key to enter the burning mode;


Off/On
Mode Press Menu key on keyboard to exit the

burning mode

3-ADC submenu

As SoC as built-in A/D self-calibration mechanism, theres not any ADC to perform.

4-White Balance submenu

Item Sub-item Value Note


Balance source are

Source HDMI,etc HDMI, VGA, DTV, PAL, SECAM, NTSC,

Scart RGB, CMP

Normal Warm and cool value is relative to Normal


Color Temp
/Warm/Cool one. Normal is the default Tone mode

R Gain 000..255 R White balance (-127..+128 for gain)

G Gain 000..255 G White balance (-127..+128 for gain)


White
B Gain 000..255 B White balance (-127..+128 for gain)
Balance
R Offset 000..255 R Gray balance (-127..+128 for offset)

G Offset 000..255 G Gray balance (-127..+128 for offset)

B Offset 000..255 B Gray balance (-127..+128 for offset)

Press OK key to initial the preset RGB


White Balance Init DO
Gain/Offset value

VGA ADC Status NG


YPbPr ADC Status NG

5-Shop init submenu

Item Sub-item Value Note


Clear date of NVM in user menu,include

the value related installation,and Clear


Shop Init DO
date of factory menu except the item of

Balance and sound ,set to default value

6-NVM Reset submenu

Item Sub-item Value Note


Clear NVM values and set to default
Reset ALL DO
value

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7-Preset Factory Channel submenu


Item Sub-item Value Note
Preset the channel table of factory.To

preset the channel table of certain

Preset Factory HZ/CD/NM/W factory,firstly,choose the corresponding

Channel X/POLAND factory name,then press OK button of

remote control and wait until the

disappearance of Factory Menu.

8-Power On Mode submenu


Item Sub-item Value Note
ON: The set will power on after switching

on power
Power On
ON/LAST/STB STB: Force TV to start in standby
Mode
Last: Force TV to start from last power

status

9-USB UPDATE submenu

Item Sub-item Value Note


Main Upgrade Upgrade software

MEMC Upgrade Upgrade MEMC

HDCP Uprade Upgrade HDCP

USB Mboot upgrade Upgrade Mboot

UPDATE NVM Upgrade Upgrade NVM

NVM backup Backup NVM

CH list Upgrade Upgrade CH list

CH list backup Backup CH list

0- DeviceID test submenu

Item Sub-item Value Note


All Select to choose the things you want to

ChannelList clone
USB Clone Mode
EEPROM
USB User Setting
Clone Press Right key to copy the
TV TO USB DO
data(WB,ADC,picture setting,etc) to USB

Press Right key to set the


USB TO TV DO
data(WB,ADC,picture setting) from USB

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Appendix u ,QVWUXFWLRQVRI8SGDWLQJ','8,'DQG0$&

1,use the Uart command to sent DID and MAC using the command :
DID write: B2 DATA 0 TO DATA N(ASCII )
UID write:B8 DATA 0 TO DATA N(ASCII )
MAC write:B3 MAC address 6 Binary
The process is as the picture below:

Portal give the UID and DID to the factory local service ,and the service connect to the factory LAN.
When product line produce the IPTV , there will be a work station (PC normally) down load the DID , UID
and also MAC from the local service ,then using UART command sent them to the module.

2,How to test the function:


When there is a module need to test the Device function connect the set to the LAN use the device ID test the
module will sent the device ID information and user ID information to the local service and compare with the
data-base .so that the data is verified .

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Appendix vNETWORK CONNECTION AND TEST

1.Network connection
You can set up your TV so that it can access the Internet through your local area network (LAN)
using a wired or wireless connection.
1.1Connecting to a wired network
You can attach your TV to your LAN using cable in three ways:
You can attach your TV to your LAN by connecting the LAN port on your TV to an external modem
using a Cat 5 cable.
You can attach your TV to your LAN by connecting the LAN port on your TV to a IP Sharer which is
connected to an external modem. Use Cat 5 cable for the connection.
Depending on how your network is configured, you may be able to attach your TV to your LAN by
connecting the LAN port on your TV directly to a network wall outlet using a Cat 5 cable. Note that the
wall outlet is attached to a modem or router elsewhere in your house.
Select Options > Network > Configuration >Interface, then select Ethernet to connect to a wired
network.
1.2 Connecting to a wireless network
To connect your TV to your network wirelessly, you need a wireless router or modem and a Wireless
LAN Adapter. Connect your Wireless High Gain USB
Adapter (USB dongle) delivered with your TV to your TVs USB 1 port.
1.2.1 Select Options > Network > Configuration >Interface, then select Wireless to connect to a
wireless network.
1.2.2. Select Wireless setting and press OK/ to enter.
1.2.3. Connection Methods: You can setup the wireless network connection three ways.
1.2.3.1 Scan
Select Wireless setting > Scan, then press OK/ , the TV will scan all access points within range.
The access points found by the TV will be displayed.
Select an available access point, then press OK/ to connect the TV to it.
Notes:
- If you select a protected access point, you will have to enter the corresponding password.Press
Menu on the remote control to display virtual keyboard to enable you to enter the password.
- This set has a memory function of available access point, which enables your set to be connected
to the network even if you switch on TV after power off.
1.2.3.2 Manual
Select Wireless setting > Manual, then press OK/ , you will be prompted to enter the correct SSID
of an available wireless router to setup the connection.
-1.2.3.3 Auto
If your AP supports WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup), you can connect to the network via PIN (Personal
Identification Number) or PBC (Push Button Configuration). WPS will automatically configure the
SSID and WPA key in either mode. Select Wireless setting > Auto, then press OK/ to enter.
PIN: Select PIN and press OK/ to enter. Generate a random PIN code. Make sure this code is
installed to the AP. (For the procedures, refer to your router manual.) Press OK/ again to setup the
connection.
PBC: If your router has a PBC push button, select PBC, then press OK/ to enter. Press PBC
push button on your router within 2 EN 12 minutes after you press OK/ again. Your TV will
automatically acquire all the network setting values it needs and connect to your network.
Network setup
1. Press Menu on the remote control and select

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Options > Network > Configuration > Internet connection. Press / to select On. Wait until the
connection is automatically established.
2. Select Options > Network > Configuration >Connection test, then press OK/ to check the
Internet connectivity. If fail, follow below step to make sure the connectivity.
3. Select Options > Network > Configuration > IP setting, then press OK/ to enter the IP setting
menu.
- Set Address type to Auto, it will acquire and enter the needed IP address automatically.
- You can follow below steps to enter your IP address manually.
Set Address type to Manual, then press to go to the first entry field.
Enter the IP address, Subnet mask, Default gateway, Primary DNS and Secondary DNS values.
Use the digit buttons to enter numbers and the arrow buttons to move from one entry field to another.
- After setting, select Options > Network > Configuration > Connection test to check the Internet
connectivity again.
4. Select Options > Network > Configuration> Information, then press OK/ to display the
information on current connection, such as Interface, Address type, IP address, etc..
Share & See
Note: This manual covers products with either Share& See or DLNA function. Share & See is DLNA
compatible.
Connecting to your PC
Make sure to set up a wired or wireless connection from your TV to a router first. Then connect your
PC to your router either through a network cable or wirelessly. Follow the steps in turn specified
hereafter, then you can enjoy recorded video, picture, music and/or text files saved on your PC.
Adding media from your PC for sharing
Install a DLNA media server in your PC. The simple and familiar server you may install is Microsoft
Windows Media Player 11. Allow your TV to share the designated files on your PC.
1. Open Microsoft Windows Media Player 11.
- Select Library > Media sharing.
- Check the checkbox Share my media to.
- Select the icon of the TV set connected to your PC.
- Select Allow to allow the TV set to access your PC, and select OK to enable your allowing.
Note: You can push Settings button to customize your desired settings.
2. - Select Library > Add to Libray.
- Select your personal folders or folders of other users that you can access for sharing.
- Select Add and press OK to enable your adding.
Share & See application
1. Select Options > Network > Applications > Share & See, then press / to select On.
2. Press Menu on the remote control and select USB, then press OK to launch Share & See
applications.
Stopping Share & See function
1. Select Options > Network > Configuration >Internet connection, and set it to Off.
2. Or select Options > Network > Applications >Share & See, and set it to Off.
Opera browser
This feature brings desired contents and services directly from the web to your TV.
Notes:
- Configure the network settings before using this feature.
- Unsupported fonts within the providers content will not display normally.
- Slow responses and/or interruptions may occur, depending on your network conditions.
1. Press Option on the remote control and select Quick access > Opera.

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2. Press OK to display the homepage of your browser.
3. Use / / / on the remote control to navigate through the webpage, and press OK on the
remote control to confirm an entry or selection. You can also press Menu on the remote control to
access or exit virtual keyboard. Connect your wired or wireless mouse through your TVs USB jack.
Use your mouse to navigate within the webpage.
Home: Click it to display the homepage.
Back: Return to the webpage you just left.
Go to: Select from the list to get back to a recently visited webpage.
Refresh: Click it to refresh the webpage.
Bookmark manager: Click it to display the Bookmark manager.
English
- Add a folder: Add folders to your Bookmark manager so as to organise your bookmarks into
folders to include all the websites you visit frequently. Click Add a folder bar, type a name for the
folder, and then click Add. Repeat this step until you have created as many folders as youd like.
- Visit a bookmark: Go to a bookmark by simply clicking its name, instead of having to type its
address.
- Delete a bookmark: Click the Delete icon after a link to delete the link if you want to.
- Edit a bookmark: Click the Edit icon after a link to edit the name and/or URL of the bookmark if
you want to.
- Click Close bookmark manager bar to close.
Add a bookmark: Go to the webpage you want to add to your Bookmark manager and click Type a
new name for the webpage if you want to, specify the folder that the bookmark should be created in,
then click Add.

Notes for password in Parental Control Lock function:


- The default password is 1234. You can change it to a new one.
- The super password is 0423. If you forget your code, enter the super password to override any
existing codes.

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49R9
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49R9
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U9
U10
U11
U12
U13
U14
U15
U17
U18
W19
W20
W21
W22
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V6
V7
V8
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GND135
GND136
GND137
GND138
GND139
GND140
GND141
GND142
GND143
GND144
GND145
GND146
GND147
GND148
GND163
GND164
GND165
GND166
GND167
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0.1U
0.1U
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C365
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U21 H12 PCM_A4N
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U22 H13 PCM_A5N
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H22 PCM_A7N
33R PCM_A7 AE17 AA6 TS_MDO4 GIN2P
GND5 R372 PCM_A7 TS0_D4 P4 VCOM0
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GND

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DVDD_DDR GND9 PCM_A10 TS0_D7 P5
N15 J11 PCM_A11 AB11 AA9 TS_CLK_IN CVBS_OUT2
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M15 J12 PCM_A12 AD16 AA4 TS_VALID_IN
AVDD11_ETH GND11 PCM_A12 TS0_VLD
N16 J13 PCM_A13 AA14 AA5 TS_SYNC_IN
AVDD1P1_ADC GND13 PCM_A13 TS0_SYNC

GND
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C315 L8 J15
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J22 Y18 EMMC_CMD
GND16 EMMC_CMD EMMC for iNAND FLASH
Y6 K7 PCM_RESET AD17 AA18 DEMOD_RESET
G 2V5 AVDD25_DADC GND17 PCM_RESET EMMC_CDZ/RESET G
Y7 K9 PCM_IRQA_N AA17 AB17 EMMC_CLK
AVDD25_REF GND28 PCM_IRQA_N EMMC_CLK
Y8 K10 PCM_IOWR_N AA13
AVDD25_REF1 GND29 PCM_IOWR_N
W8 K11 PCM_OE_N AC12
2V5 FOR lvds AVDD25_ETH GND30 PCM_OE_N
W9 K12 PCM_IORD_N AA12
AVDD_MOD GND31 PCM_IORD_N
Y5 K13 PCM_CE_N AE14 AA2 IP 0.1U C353 D_IF2 3V3SB
AVDD25_PGA AVDD25_PGA GND32 PCM_CE_N VIFP
K14 PCM_WE_N AE16 AA1 IM 0.1U D_IF1 Closed to MSTIC
120R PGA_VCOM GND33 PCM_WE_N VIFM C354
Y4 K15 PCM_CD_N AD18
PGA_VCOM GND34 PCM_CD_N
K16 PCM_REG_N AB14

GND
L301 GND35 PCM_REG_N U302
M8 K20 PCM_WAIT_N AC18 10K R341
3V3SB AVDD_DMPLL GND36 PCM_WAIT_N 3V3 8 1 SPI_CSN
M5 K21
T

AVDD_NODIE GND37 0R R386 VCC CS# CS


M6 K22 NAND_ALE AE11 AB2 A_IF_AGC
AVDD_DVI GND38 33R R369 NAND_ALE IFAGC 7 2 SPI_SDO
M7 L9 NAND_WPZ AC11 AB1
T

AVDD_DVI1 GND39 33R R368 NAND_WPZ RF_TAGC HOLD# SO/SIO1 SD0


N4 L10 NAND_CEZ AA11 0.022U C355 R338
3V3 AVDD_AU33 GND40 33R R367 NAND_CEZ SPI_SCK 6 3 1K FLASH-WPN1
N6 L11 IF-AGC-SEL
T

NAND_CLE AD12 AA3


SCK

AVDD_EAR33 GND41 33R R366 NAND_CLE TGPIO0/UPGAIN SCLK WP#

GND
M4 L12 NAND_REZ AA10 AD2 AD2
AVDD3P3_ADC_MPLL GND42 33R R383 NAND_REZ TGPIO1
T

H6 L13 SPI_SDI 5 4 F_WP


T

NAND_WEZ AD11 Y2 OSCL0 SI/SIO0 GND


VDDP5 GND103 NAND_WEZ TGPIO2/_I2C_CLK
0.1U

33R R371
C308

N5 L14 NAND_RBZ Y11 W3


10K

OSDA0
SDI

VDDP GND43 33R R370 NAND_RBZ TGPIO3/_I2C_SDA MX25L8006E


N7 L15
0.1U
C322

AVDD_LPLL GND44
R337

L16
GND45

C352
H17 J9

C386
1V5 AVDD_DDR0_D1 GND179
H16 R22 MSD6328EX
AVDD_DDR0_D2 GND169 GND
J16 L22
AVDD_DDR0_D3 GND46
J17 F22

33P
AVDD_DDR0_D GND172

33P
H15 M9 GND
AVDD_DDR0_C GND180
K18 M10
AVDD_DDR1_D1 GND47
L17 M11 Closed to MSTIC
AVDD_DDR1_D2 GND48 GND 3V3
L18 M12
AVDD_DDR1_D3 GND49
M18 M13
AVDD_DDR1_D GND50
K17 M14 F
AVDD_DDR1_C GND51
F W15
GND52
J8 M16 U301
GND_FU GND104
F8 M17
GND168 GND53 HY27UF082G2B
N8 3V3SB 24/12V 1 48
GND54 NC1 NC29 47
U25 N9 2
DDR_GND14 GND60 NC2 NC28 46
10K

A9 N10 3
R403

DDR_GND2 GND61 3V3SB 0R R314 NC3 NC27 45


A12 N11 U303 4
DDR_GND1 GND62 NC4 NC26 44
A15 N12 5 PCM_A7N
DDR_GND GND63 AA24 R7_RXO0- NC5 I/O7 43
F20 N13 LVB0N/_RLV6N 6 PCM_A6N
DDR_GND7 GND64 NC6 I/O6

47K
N14 CFG-PWM0 V24 Y23 R6_RXO0+ R325 NAND_RBZ 7 42 PCM_A5N
GND65 PWM0/GPIO66 LVB0P/_RLV6P R/B# I/O5
C21 V15 3D_IN V23 AB24 R5_RXO1- 3 NAND_REZ 8 41 PCM_A4N
4K7 PWM1/GPIO67 LVB1N/_RLV7N

R323
DDR_GND8 GND66 R347 RE I/O4

100R
D19 V16 BRI_ADJ W24 PWM AA23 R4_RXO1+ MCU_RESET NAND_CEZ 9 40
DDR_GND9 GND67 3V3 PWM2/GPIO68 LVB1P/_RLV7P 1 2 CE NC25
C25 N17 U16 AB23 R3_RXO2- 10U T R320 10 39
DDR_GND6 GND68 NC LVB2N/_RLV8N E NC7 NC24
E19 P25 LED_R PWM_PM G6 AB25 R2_RXO2+ D301 C301 4K7 11 38
DDR_GND10 GND170 PWM_PM/GPIO199 LVB2P/_RLV8P Q301 BT3906 NC8 NC23
F19 N19 AC24 R1_RXOC- 0BAV99 12 37
LVBCKN/_LLVON B

R315
DDR_GND11 GND69 LVDS BT3906 VCC1 VCC2

100K
E22 P7 L_SENSOR E6 AC25 R0_RXOC+ E Q302 13 36
DDR_GND13 GND70 3D_SYNC_IN SAR0/GPIO31 LVBCKP/_LLVOP C VSS1 VSS2
F25 P8 F4 AD24 G7_RXO3- 4K7 14 35
DDR_GND5 GND71 R15 SAR1/GPIO32 LVB3N/_LLV1N NC9 NC22
J25 P9 KEY0-IN F5 AD25 G6_RXO3+ B 15 34

R317
C

1K
DDR_GND4 GND72 POW_PM 100R SAR2/GPIO33 SAR LVB3P/_LLV1P NC10 NC21
L23 P10 F6 AC23 G5_RXO4- R316 R322 NAND_CLE 16 33
DDR_GND3 GND55 SAR3/GPIO34 LVB4N/_LLV2N C CLE NC20
D22 P11 AE24 G4_RXO4+ GND 100R SYSTEM-RST 1K NAND_ALE 17 32 PCM_A3N
DDR_GND12 GND56 LVB4P/_LLV2P ALE I/O3
10K

D7 P12 SPI_SCK C6 NAND_WEZ 18 31 PCM_A2N


R318

GND19 GND57 PM_SPI_CK/GPIO1 R321 WE I/O2


D8 P13 SPI_SDI B6 AD23 G3_RXE0- R324 NAND_WPZ 19 30 PCM_A1N
GND7 GND73 PM_SPI_DI/GPIO2 SPI LVA0N/_LLV3N 22K WP I/O1
D9 P14 SPI_SDO B5 AE23 G2_RXE0+ 20 29 PCM_A0N
GND8 GND74 PM_SPI_DO/GPIO3 LVA0P/_LLV3P 1000P NC11 I/O0
D10 P15 SPI_CSN A5 AD22 G1_RXE1- D302 21 28
GND12 GND75 PM_SPI_CS1/GPIO12/PM6 LVA1N/_LLV4N NC12 NC19

C302

10U
D11 W16 AE22 G0_RXE1+ C323 22 27
GND21 GND76 LVA1P/_LLV4P NC NC13 NC18

47K
D12 V17 AD21 B7_RXE2- 1 2 23 26

R319
GND113 GND77 LVA2N/_LLV5N GND NC14 NC17
D13 P18 UART-RX J6 AC22 B6_RXE2+ BAT54C 3 24 25
GND18 GND78 DDCA_CK/UART0_RX LVA2P/_LLV5P POW_PM NC15 NC16
D14 P19 UART-TX H5 AD20 B5_RXEC-
0.1U
C373

E GND100 GND79 DDCA_DA/UART0_TX LVACKN/_LLV6N E


AC21 B4_RXEC+
0.1U
C388

D15 R7 LVACKP/_LLV6P GND


GND114 GND80 M_SCL U24 AC20 B3_RXE3-
D16 R8 DDCR_CK/GPIO72 LVA3N/_LLV7N
GND115 GND81 M_SDA U23 AE20 B2_RXE3+
E8 R9 DDCR_DA/GPIO71 C1=C2=2*CL-5
LVA3P/_LLV7P GND
GND101 GND82 UART-RX2 G8 AD19 B1_RXE4-
E9 R10 PAD_GPIO4/GPIO40 LVA4N/_LLV8N
GND24 GND83 UART-TX2 F7 AE19 B0_RXE4+
E10 R11 PAD_GPIO3/GPIO39
GPIO LVA4P/_LLV8P GND GND
GND22 GND84 EEPROM-WP G7
E11 R12 PAD_GPIO2/GPIO38
GND23 GND85 Y22 LED_G
E12 R13 TCON0
GND25 GND86 FLASH-WPN1 J5 AA22 ARC_DET
E13 R14 TCON8/GPIO6/PM0/INT TCON1
GND116 GND87 AMP-MUTE B3 AB22 DCR/3DSET
E14 R15 4K7 GPIO7/PM1/PM_UART_TX TCON2
GND117 GND88 PWR-ON/OFF C5 AB21
E15 R16 R398 GPIO10/PM4 TCON3 3DSELECT
GND102 GND89 VBL_CTRL A3 Y20 WIFI_ON
E16 W17 3V3 GPIO11/PM5/PM_UART_RX/INT TCON4
GND26 GND90 HP_MUTE L4 AA20 TCON5
F9 V18 TCON10/PM_SPI_WP2/GPIO14/PM8/INT TCON5
GND27 GND91 HD_DET K6 Y21 TCON6
R21 TCON9/PM10 TCON6
GND92 TCON8 D6 AA21 TCON7
F11 R20 PM_SPI_CZ TCON7
GND58 GND93
F12 T7
GND59 GND94 PAD_SPI1_DI AB19 Y25 LDE
F13 T8 SPI1_DI/SD_CLK LDE
GND20 GND95 PAD_SPI1_CK AC19 Y24 LCK
F14 T9 SPI1_CK/SD_CMD LCK
GND118 GND96 PAD_SPI2_DI AA19 W25 LVSYNC
F15 T10 SPI2_DI/SC_CDZ LVSYNC
GND119 GND97 PAD_SPI2_CK AB20 W23 LHSYNC
F16 T11 SPI2_CK/SD_WP# LHSYNC
GND123 GND98 PAD_VSYNC_LIKE Y19
G22 T12 VSYNC_LIKE
GND173 GND99
G9 T13
GND120 GND105
T14 MSD6328EX
GND106
G11 T15
GND121 GND107
G12 T16
GND122 GND108
G13 T17
GND124 GND109
G14 W18
GND125 GND110
G15 V19
GND126 GND131
G16 V20
D GND127 GND132 D
G17 V21
GND130 GND133
G18 N18
GND111 GND134
HDMI & Audio

GND178
GND112
GND149
GND150
GND151
GND152
GND153
GND154
GND155
GND156
GND157
GND175
GND158
GND159
GND160
GND161
GND162
GND171
GND176
GND177
U303

V9
C7
W4
W5
W6
W7

V10
V11
V12
V13
V14
A20
B19
B23

R24

W10
W11
W12
W13
W14
HDMI1-RX0N J2 T1 SCART1_L_IN
A_RX0N LINE_IN_0L
HDMI1-RX0P J1 T2 SCART1_R_IN
A_RX0P LINE_IN_0R
HDMI1-RX1N J3 T3 VGA_L_IN
A_RX1N LINE_IN_1L
HDMI1-RX1P K1 U2 VGA_R_IN
MSD6328EX A_RX1P LINE_IN_1R
HDMI1-RX2N K2 U3 SIDEAV_L_IN
A_RX2N LINE_IN_2L
GND HDMI1-RX2P K3 V2 SIDEAV_R_IN
A_RX2P LINE_IN_2R
HDMI1-CLKN H2 V1 MICIN_L
A_RXCN LINE_IN_3L
HDMI1-CLKP H3 V3 MICIN_R
A_RXCP Analog LINE_IN_3R
HDMI1-SCL J4
DDCDA_CK/GPIO23
HDMI1-SDA K4
DDCDA_DA/GPIO24
HDMI1-HPDIN D2
HOTPLUGA/GPIO19 Audio AC3 EARPHONE_OUTL AV_AUOUTL0
HP_OUT_1L
HDMI2-RX0N AE3 AB3 EARPHONE_OUTR
C_RX0N HP_OUT_1R
HDMI2-RX0P AD4 HDMI
C_RX0P
HDMI2-RX1N AE4 W1 AV_AUOUTL0
C_RX1N LINE_OUT_0L
HDMI2-RX1P AC5 W2 AV_AUOUTR0

100K
C_RX1P LINE_OUT_0R
HDMI2-RX2N AE5

R329

180P
C331
3V3SB C_RX2N
HDMI2-RX2P AD5
2V5 C_RX2P
HDMI2-CLKN AE2
C_RXCN
HDMI2-CLKP AD3
C_RXCP
HDMI2-SCL AC4 U4 AUVRP GND
AV_AUOUTR0
DDCDC_CK/GPIO27 VRP

C382
C383
C384

2U2
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
HDMI2-SDA AB4 U5 AUVAG

C321
C DDCDC_DA/GPIO28 VAG C
HDMI2-HPDIN Y3 U6 AUVRM
HOTPLUGC/GPIO21 VRM
100K

HDMI3-RX0N F2 D5 I2S_BCK
D_RX0N I2S_OUT_BCK/GPIO156
R327

180P
HDMI3-RX0P F1 D4 I2S_MCK C330
D_RX0P I2S_OUT_MCK/GPIO154 B
HDMI3-RX1N F3 E5 I2S_LRCK
GND D_RX1N I2S_OUT_WS/GPIO155

C374
C375
C376
C377

2U2
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U

C318
HDMI3-RX1P G1 E4 I2S_DATA
D_RX1P I2S_OUT_SD/GPIO157
HDMI3-RX2N G2
D_RX2N GND
HDMI3-RX2P G3 F10
D_RX2P I2S_IN_BCK/GPIO150
HDMI3-CLKN E2 G10
D_RXCN I2S I2S_IN_WS/GPIO149 layout
HDMI3-CLKP E3 H10
DDR3 POWER D_RXCP I2S_IN_SD/GPIO151 R342
HDMI3-SCL G4
DDCDD_CK/GPIO29 100R IR-IN
L300 GND HDMI3-SDA H4 D1
60R 1V5 DDCDD_DA/GPIO30 IRINT
AVDD25_PGA HDMI3-HPDIN D3
HOTPLUGD/GPIO22
C4 SYSTEM-RST
RESET C444
HDMI-ARC K5
PAD_ARC0 22P
3V3 SPDIF
HDMI-CEC G5 AC2 XTALI
CEC/GPIO5 XTALIN

0.1U

C379
C380
C381

2U2
2U2
0.1U
0.1U
AD1 XTALO

C320

C319
C338
0.1U

C378

0.1U
XTALOUT
3D_FLAG E7
R344 4K7 SPDIF_IN/GPIO152
SPDIF_OUT T6 K8 GND
SPDIF_OUT/GPIO153 TESTPIN
PGA_VCOM
GND 22P C351
0R R380
GND MSD6328EX XTALO 1 2

C385
1

33P
X300
1M

24M
R381

GND
2

B 3V3 C350
22P PCM_CD1_N
XTALI PCM_CD2_N PCM_CD_N
Mode Selection NOTE:30PPM
GND
GND GND L 0V

// CHIP Config {I2S_OUT_BCK, I2S_OUT_MCK, PAD_PWM1, PAD_PWM0} M_SCL NC H 4.3V


B51_NO_EJ 4'b0000 Boot from 8051 with SPI flash 4K7 R346 GND
SB51_WOS 4'b0001 Secure B51 without scramble
SB51_WS 4'b0010 Secure B51 with scramble M_SDA
4K7 R345
MIPS_SPI_NO_EJ 4'b0100 Boot from MIPS with SPI flash NC GND H 4.3V
MIPS_SPI_EJ_1 4'b0101 Boot from MIPS with SPI flash
MIPS_SPI_EJ_2 4'b0110 Boot from MIPS with SPI flash
NC NC H 4.3
MIPS_WOS 4'b1001 Secure MIPS without scramble
MIPS_WS 4'b1010 Secure MIPS with scramble

LED_R
... DD-MM ... ... ... SBU :
4K7 R406 AUVRM
AUVRP
I2S_BCK AUVAG
1V2
4K7 R414
3V3 ... DD-MM ... ...
I2S_MCK ... TCLNO:
4K7 R408 10U
C303
TCL
0.1U

0.1U

3D_IN

C389
C390
C398
C399

10U
10U
0.1U

C394
C395
C396
C397

0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U

0.1U

4K7 R410 ADDRESS1

C304
C305
C393
C392
C391

2U2
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U

C324
A ... DD-MM ... ... ... ............. ADDRESS2 A
GND
Close to MSTAR IC GND
ADDRESS3

60R
with width trace DD-MM
GND

L302
... ... ... ... DESIGNATION TELEPHONE
Index-Lab DATE NAME DESCRIPTION Last modif DRAWN CHECKED PAGE:
GND

........... ON: ON: DD-MM-YY


Last saved : 4-14-2009_15:30 BY: BY: ...... OF :
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THIS DRAWING CANNOT BE COMMUNICATED TO UNAUTHORIZED PERSONS COPIED UNLES S PERMITTED IN WRITING
FORMAT DIN A1
12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

H
H

U303
A_DDR3_A0 C11 D F23 B_DDR3_A0
A_DDR3_A0/DDR2_A5 B_DDR3_A0/DDR2_A5
A_DDR3_A1 B13 H25 B_DDR3_A1
A_DDR3_A1/DDR2_A13 B_DDR3_A1/DDR2_A13
A_DDR3_A2 A10 E24 B_DDR3_A2
1V5 A_DDR3_A2/DDR2_A9 B_DDR3_A2/DDR2_A9
A_DDR3_A3 C9 C24 B_DDR3_A3
DDR3 1G bit 1600MHz A_DDR3_A3/DDR2_A10 B_DDR3_A3/DDR2_A10
A_DDR3_A4 C15 J23 B_DDR3_A4
A_DDR3_A4/DDR2_A2 B_DDR3_A4/DDR2_A2
A_DDR3_A5 A8 D24 B_DDR3_A5
2G bit A_DDR3_A5/DDR2_A3 B_DDR3_A5/DDR2_A3
A_DDR3_A6 C14 H23 B_DDR3_A6
A_DDR3_A6/DDR2_A4 MIU0 MIU1 B_DDR3_A6/DDR2_A4
G R428 A_DDR3_A7 C10 C23 B_DDR3_A7 G
U401 A_DDR3_A7/DDR2_A7 B_DDR3_A7/DDR2_A7
R9 22R A_DDR3_A8 A13 H24 B_DDR3_A8
A_DDR3_A8/DDR2_A8 B_DDR3_A8/DDR2_A8
22R 1 8 A_DDR3_A9 B10 E25 B_DDR3_A9
A_DDR3_MCLK A-DDR3_MCLK A_DDR3_A9/DDR2_A14 B_DDR3_A9/DDR2_A14
A_DDR3_A10 B15 K24 B_DDR3_A10
A_DDR3_A10/DDR2_RASZ B_DDR3_A10/DDR2_RASZ
A_DDR3_A11 C13 G23 B_DDR3_A11

R9
R1
N9
N1
K8
K2
G7
D9
B2
H9
H2
F1
E9
D2
C9
C1
A1
A8
R8 B_DDR3_CKE 2 7 B-DDR3-CKE A_DDR3_A11/DDR2_A6 B_DDR3_A11/DDR2_A6
22R A_DDR3_A12 A14 J24 B_DDR3_A12
A_DDR3_MCLKZ A-DDR3_MCLKZ A_DDR3_A12/DDR2_A0 B_DDR3_A12/DDR2_A0
B_DDR3_A10 3 6 B-DDR3-A10 A_DDR3_A13 B9 D23 B_DDR3_A13
A_DDR3_A13/DDR2_A12 B_DDR3_A13/DDR2_A12

VDD
A_DDR3_A14 B12 G24 B_DDR3_A14

VDD7
VDD2
VDD1
VDD3
VDD8
VDD4
VDD5
VDD6
R439

VDDQ
A_DDR3_A14/DDR2_A11 B_DDR3_A14/DDR2_A11

VDDQ4
VDDQ3
VDDQ2
VDDQ5
VDDQ6
VDDQ1
VDDQ7
VDDQ8
22R 4 5 A_DDR3_CASZ A11 F24 B_DDR3_CASZ
A_DDR3_CASZ/DDR2_BA0 B_DDR3_CASZ/DDR2_BA0
1 8 1 2 3 7 8 9 A_DDR3_RASZ B11 G25 B_DDR3_RASZ
A-DDR3-A0 N3 D3 A_DDR3_DMU A_DDR3_RASZ/DDR2_BA1 B_DDR3_RASZ/DDR2_BA1
R441 A0 A DMU A_DDR3_WEZ C12 E23 B_DDR3_WEZ
A-DDR3-A1 P7 C7 A_DDR3_DQSU A_DDR3_WEZ/DDR2_A1 B_DDR3_WEZ/DDR2_A1
A_DDR3_CKE 2 7 A-DDR3-CKE A1 VDDQ DQU5 DQU7 DQU4 VDDQ VSS DQSU A_DDR3_ODT B7 A24 B_DDR3_ODT
22R A-DDR3-A2 P3 B7 A_DDR3_DQSUB A_DDR3_ODT/DDR2_WEZ B_DDR3_ODT/DDR2_WEZ
1 8 A2 B DQSU A_DDR3_BA0 A7 B24 B_DDR3_BA0
A-DDR3-A3 N2 A_DDR3_BA0/DDR2_CKE B_DDR3_BA0/DDR2_CKE
A_DDR3_A10 3 6 A-DDR3-A10 A3 VSSQ VDD VSS DQSU# DQU6 VSSQ A_DDR3_BA1 B14 K25 B_DDR3_BA1
A-DDR3-A4 P8 D7 A_DDR3_DQU0 A_DDR3_BA1/DDR2_CASZ B_DDR3_BA1/DDR2_CASZ
B_DDR3_A12 2 7 B-DDR3-A12 A4 C DQU0 A_DDR3_BA2 C8 B25 B_DDR3_BA2
A-DDR3-A5 P2 C3 A_DDR3_DQU1 A_DDR3_BA2/DDR2_BA2 B_DDR3_BA2/DDR2_BA2
4 5 A5 VDDQ DQU3 DQU1 DQSU DQU2 VDDQ DQU1 A_DDR3_RESET B8 D25 B_DDR3_RESET
A-DDR3-A6 R8 C8 A_DDR3_DQU2 A_DDR3_RESETB B_DDR3_RESETB
B_DDR3_BA1 3 6 B-DDR3-BA1 A6 D DQU2 A_DDR3_CKE C16 K23 B_DDR3_CKE
A-DDR3-A7 R2 C2 A_DDR3_DQU3 A_DDR3_CKE/DDR2_ODT B_DDR3_CKE/DDR2_ODT
A7 VSSQ VDDQ DMU DQU0 VSSQ VDD DQU3 A_DDR3_DQL0 B22 R23 B_DDR3_DQL0
R418 A-DDR3-A8 T8 A7 A_DDR3_DQU4 A_DDR3_DQL0/DDR2_DQ6 B_DDR3_DQL0/DDR2_DQ6
4 5 A8 E DQU4 A_DDR3_DQL1 C17 N24 B_DDR3_DQL1
22R A-DDR3-A9 R3 A2 A_DDR3_DQU5 A_DDR3_DQL1/DDR2_DQ0 B_DDR3_DQL1/DDR2_DQ0
8 A9 VSS VSSQ DQL0 DML VSSQ VDDQ DQU5 A_DDR3_DQL2 A22 T24 B_DDR3_DQL2
1 A-DDR3-A10 L7 B8 A_DDR3_DQU6 A_DDR3_DQL2/DDR2_DQ1 B_DDR3_DQL2/DDR2_DQ1
A10 F DQU6 A_DDR3_DQL3 B18 N25 B_DDR3_DQL3
R429 A-DDR3-A11 R7 A3 A_DDR3_DQU7 A_DDR3_DQL3/DDR2_DQ7 B_DDR3_DQL3/DDR2_DQ7
A11 VDDQ DQL2 DQSL DQL1 DQL3 VSSQ DQU7 A_DDR3_DQL4 A23 T23 B_DDR3_DQL4
A_DDR3_A12 2 7 A-DDR3-A12 22R A-DDR3-A12 N7 A_DDR3_DQL4/DDR2_DQ4 B_DDR3_DQL4/DDR2_DQ4
A12 G A_DDR3_DQL5 B17 M23 B_DDR3_DQL5
1 8 A_DDR3_DQL5/DDR2_DQ2 B_DDR3_DQL5/DDR2_DQ2
VSSQ DQL6 DQSL# VDD VSS VSSQ A_DDR3_DQL6 C22 T25 B_DDR3_DQL6
A_DDR3_BA1 3 6 A-DDR3-BA1 A-DDR3-BA0 M2 E7 A_DDR3_DML A_DDR3_DQL6/DDR2_DQ3 B_DDR3_DQL6/DDR2_DQ3
BA0 H DML A_DDR3_DQL7 A17 M24 B_DDR3_DQL7
B_DDR3_A4 2 7 B-DDR3-A4 A-DDR3-BA1 N8 F3 A_DDR3_DQSL A_DDR3_DQL7/DDR2_DQ5 B_DDR3_DQL7/DDR2_DQ5
BA1 VREFDQ VDDQ DQL4 DQL7 DQL5 VDDQ DQSL A_DDR3_DQU0 D17 L21 B_DDR3_DQU0
4 5 A-DDR3-BA2 M3 G3 A_DDR3_DQSLB A_DDR3_DQU0/DDR2_DQ15 B_DDR3_DQU0/DDR2_DQ15
BA2 J DQSL A_DDR3_DQU1 E20 M20 B_DDR3_DQU1
B_DDR3_A6 3 6 B-DDR3-A6 A_DDR3_DQU1/DDR2_DMU B_DDR3_DQU1/DDR2_DMU
NC VSS RAS# CK VSS NC A_DDR3_DQU2 E17 L20 B_DDR3_DQU2
R419 L2 E3 A_DDR3_DQL0 A_DDR3_DQU2/DDR2_DQ10 B_DDR3_DQU2/DDR2_DQ10
CS K DQL0 A_DDR3_DQU3 C20 P21 B_DDR3_DQU3
22R 4 5 A-DDR3-RASZ J3 F7 A_DDR3_DQL1 A_DDR3_DQU3/DDR2_DQ9 B_DDR3_DQU3/DDR2_DQ9 F
RAS ODT VDD CAS# CK# VDD CKE DQL1 A_DDR3_DQU4 F18 M22 B_DDR3_DQU4
F 1 8 A-DDR3-CASZ K3 F2 A_DDR3_DQL2 A_DDR3_DQU4/DDR2_DML B_DDR3_DQU4/DDR2_DML
CAS L DQL2 A_DDR3_DQU5 B20 P22 B_DDR3_DQU5
R430 A-DDR3-WEZ L3 F8 A_DDR3_DQL3 A_DDR3_DQU5/DDR2_DQ12 B_DDR3_DQU5/DDR2_DQ12
GND WE NC CS# WE# A10 ZQ NC DQL3 A_DDR3_DQU6 F17 M21 B_DDR3_DQU6
A_DDR3_A4 2 7 A-DDR3-A4 A-DDR3-ODT K1 H3 A_DDR3_DQL4 A_DDR3_DQU6/DDR2_DQ8 B_DDR3_DQU6/DDR2_DQ8
22R ODT M DQL4 A_DDR3_DQU7 D20 N20 B_DDR3_DQU7
8 H8 A_DDR3_DQL5 A_DDR3_DQU7/DDR2_DQ14 C
B_DDR3_DQU7/DDR2_DQ14
1 VSS BA0 BA2 NC VREFCA VSS DQL5 A_DDR3_DML C18 N23 B_DDR3_DML
A_DDR3_A6 3 6 A-DDR3-A6 A-MVREFCA M8 G2 A_DDR3_DQL6 A_DDR3_DML//DDR2_DQ13 B_DDR3_DML//DDR2_DQ13
VREFCA N DQL6 A_DDR3_DMU B21 P20 B_DDR3_DMU
B_DDR3_A1 2 7 B-DDR3-A1 H7 A_DDR3_DQL7 A_DDR3_DMU/DDR2_DQ11 B_DDR3_DMU/DDR2_DQ11
VDD A3 A0 A12 BA1 VDD DQL7 A_DDR3_MCLK A16 L24 B_DDR3_MCLK
4 5 J1 A_DDR3_MCLK/DDR2_MCLK B_DDR3_MCLK/DDR2_MCLK
NC1 P A_DDR3_MCLKZ B16 L25 B_DDR3_MCLKZ
B_DDR3_A8 3 6 B-DDR3-A8 J9 H1 A-MVREFDQ A_DDR3_MCLKZ/DDR2_MCLKZ B_DDR3_MCLKZ/DDR2_MCLKZ
NC2 VSS A5 A2 A1 A4 VSS VREFDQ A_DDR3_DQSL C19 P23 B_DDR3_DQSL
L1 A_DDR3_DQSL/DDR2_DQS0 B_DDR3_DQSL/DDR2_DQS0
R420 NC3 R A_DDR3_DQSLB A19 P24 B_DDR3_DQSLB
4 5 L9 J7 A-DDR3_MCLK A_DDR3_DQSLB/DDR2_DQSB0 B_DDR3_DQSLB/DDR2_DQSB0
22R NC4 VDD A7 A9 A11 A6 VDD CK A_DDR3_DQSU D18 N21 B_DDR3_DQSU
8 M7 K7 A-DDR3_MCLKZ A_DDR3_DQSU/DDR2_DQS1 B_DDR3_DQSU/DDR2_DQS1
1 NC5 R CK A_DDR3_DQSUB E18 N22 B_DDR3_DQSUB
A-DDR3-A13 T3 K9 A-DDR3-CKE A_DDR3_DQSUB/DDR2_DQSB1 B_DDR3_DQSUB/DDR2_DQSB1
R431 A13 VSS RST# NC NC A8 VSS CKE
A_DDR3_A1 A-DDR3-A14 T7 T2 A-DDR3-RESET
2 7 A-DDR3-A1 22R NC7 RESET
8

56R
1
A_DDR3_A8

R12
3 6 A-DDR3-A8

R13
B_DDR3_A11 2 7 B-DDR3-A11

ZQ
VSS
VSS1
VSS2
VSS3
VSS4
VSS5
VSS6
VSS7
VSS8
VSS9
VSS10
VSSQ
VSSQ1
VSSQ2
VSSQ3
VSSQ4
VSSQ5
VSSQ6
VSSQ7
VSSQ8
VSS11
MSD6328EX

56R
4 5 K4B2G1646C

J8
J2
3 6 B-DDR3-A14

L8
T9
T1
F9
B_DDR3_A14

P9
P1
E1
A9
E8
E2
B9
B1
B3

D8
D1

G8
G9
G1
over 1.3G

M9
M1
R421
22R 4 5 R415
1 8 240R
R432

0.01U
A_DDR3_A11 2 7 A-DDR3-A11 22R

C443
1 8
A_DDR3_A14 3 6 A-DDR3-A14
1V5
B_DDR3_CASZ 2 7 B-DDR3-CASZ A-DDR3-CKE GND
4 5
GND
E B_DDR3_RASZ 3 6 B-DDR3-RASZ E
R422

R19
22R 4 5

10K
1 8

R18
R433

10K
A_DDR3_CASZ 2 7 A-DDR3-CASZ 22R
1 8 GND
A_DDR3_RASZ 3 6 A-DDR3-RASZ
A-DDR3-RESET Close to DDR POWER PIN
B_DDR3_A0 2 7 B-DDR3-A0 R5
4 5 A-MVREFDQ 1V5
1K +/-1%
B_DDR3_WEZ 3 6B-DDR3-WEZ 1V5
R423
22R 4 5
C423
C424
C425
C428
C427
C426

2U2

1 8
C401

R6
C440
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U

C439

R434 1V5
1K +/-1%

A_DDR3_WEZ
1000P

2 7 A-DDR3-WEZ 22R
0.1U

1 8
A_DDR3_A0 3 6 A-DDR3-A0
B_DDR3_A9 2 7 B-DDR3-A9
4 5 U402 GND
GND 1V5
B_DDR3_A2 3 6 B-DDR3-A2
R4
R424 1K +/-1% A-MVREFCA

R9
R1
N9
N1
K8
K2
G7
D9
B2
H9
H2
F1
E9
D2
C9
C1
A1
A8
22R 4 5
1V5
1 8
R435

VDD
A_DDR3_A9 2 7 A-DDR3-A9

VDD7
VDD2
VDD1
VDD3
VDD8
VDD4
VDD5
VDD6
22R

VDDQ
R7
C422

VDDQ4
VDDQ3
VDDQ2
VDDQ5
VDDQ6
VDDQ1
VDDQ7
VDDQ8
8
C421

1
1K +/-1%

A_DDR3_A2
1000P

3 6 A-DDR3-A2 B-DDR3-A0 N3 1 2 3 7 8 9 D3 B_DDR3_DMU


0.1U
C437
C438
C430
C429
C431
C432
C434
C433
C435
C436

D B_DDR3_A7 2 7 B-DDR3-A7 A0 A DMU D


B-DDR3-A1 P7 C7 B_DDR3_DQSU
4 5 A1 VDDQ DQU5 DQU7 DQU4 VDDQ VSS DQSU
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U

B-DDR3-A2 P3 B7 B_DDR3_DQSUB
B_DDR3_A13 3 6 B-DDR3-A13 A2 B DQSU
B-DDR3-A3 N2
R425 A3 VSSQ VDD VSS DQSU# DQU6 VSSQ
B-DDR3-A4 P8 D7 B_DDR3_DQU0 GND
4 5 A4 C DQU0
22R B-DDR3-A5 P2 C3 B_DDR3_DQU1
1 8 A5 VDDQ DQU3 DQU1 DQSU DQU2 VDDQ DQU1
B-DDR3-A6 R8 C8 B_DDR3_DQU2
A6 D DQU2
R436 B-DDR3-A7 R2 C2 B_DDR3_DQU3 GND
A_DDR3_A7 2 7 A-DDR3-A7 A7 VSSQ VDDQ DMU DQU0 VSSQ VDD DQU3
22R B-DDR3-A8 T8 A7 B_DDR3_DQU4
1 8 A8 E DQU4
B-DDR3-A9 R3 A2 B_DDR3_DQU5
A_DDR3_A13 3 6 A-DDR3-A13 A9 VSS VSSQ DQL0 DML VSSQ VDDQ DQU5
B-DDR3-A10 L7 B8 B_DDR3_DQU6
2 7 B-DDR3-A5 A10 F DQU6
B_DDR3_A5 B-DDR3-A11 R7 A3 B_DDR3_DQU7
4 5 A11 VDDQ DQL2 DQSL DQL1 DQL3 VSSQ DQU7
B-DDR3-A12 N7
3 6 B-DDR3-RESET A12 G
B_DDR3_RESET
B-DDR3-BA0 M2 VSSQ DQL6 DQSL# VDD VSS VSSQ E7 B_DDR3_DML
R426 BA0 DML
4 5 H
22R B-DDR3-BA1 N8 F3 B_DDR3_DQSL
8 BA1 VREFDQ VDDQ DQL4 DQL7 DQL5 VDDQ DQSL
1 B-DDR3-BA2 M3 G3 B_DDR3_DQSLB
BA2 J DQSL Close to DDR POWER PIN
R437 R1
A_DDR3_A5 2 7 A-DDR3-A5 L2 NC VSS RAS# CK VSS NC E3 B_DDR3_DQL0 1K +/-1% B-MVREFDQ
22R CS DQL0 1V5
1 8 B-DDR3-RASZ J3 K F7 B_DDR3_DQL1 1V5
A_DDR3_RESET RAS ODT VDD CAS# CK# VDD CKE DQL1
3 6 A-DDR3-RESET B-DDR3-CASZ K3 F2 B_DDR3_DQL2
CAS L DQL2
B_DDR3_BA2 2 7 B-DDR3-BA2 B-DDR3-WEZ L3 F8 B_DDR3_DQL3
GND WE NC CS# WE# A10 ZQ NC DQL3
C441

C402
C403
C404
C407
C406
C405

4 5 B-DDR3-ODT K1 H3 B_DDR3_DQL4
2U2

R2
C411
C400

ODT M DQL4
C410
0.1U

B_DDR3_A3 3 6 B-DDR3-A3 H8 B_DDR3_DQL5


0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U

1K +/-1%

DQL5
1000P

B-MVREFCA M8 VSS BA0 BA2 NC VREFCA VSS G2 B_DDR3_DQL6


0.1U

R440 VREFCA DQL6


4 5 N H7 B_DDR3_DQL7
22R VDD A3 A0 A12 BA1 VDD DQL7 1V5
1 8 J1
NC1 P
R438 J9 H1 B-MVREFDQ
NC2 VSS A5 A2 A1 A4 VSS VREFDQ
A_DDR3_BA2 2 7 A-DDR3-BA2 L1 GND
22R NC3 R GND
C 1 8 L9 J7 B-DDR3_MCLK C
NC4 VDD A7 A9 A11 A6 VDD CK R401
A_DDR3_A3 3 6 A-DDR3-A3 M7 K7 B-DDR3_MCLKZ 1K +/-1% B-MVREFCA
NC5 R CK
2 7 B-DDR3-ODT B-DDR3-A13 T3 K9 B-DDR3-CKE 1V5
B_DDR3_ODT A13 VSS RST# NC NC A8 VSS CKE
4 5 B-DDR3-A14 T7 T2 B-DDR3-RESET
NC7 RESET
B_DDR3_BA0 3 6 B-DDR3-BA0
C419
C420
C413
C412
C414
C415
C417
C416
C418

R427
R3
C409

C408

4 5

ZQ
VSS
VSS1
VSS2
VSS3
VSS4
VSS5
VSS6
VSS7
VSS8
VSS9
VSS10
VSSQ
VSSQ1
VSSQ2
VSSQ3
VSSQ4
VSSQ5
VSSQ6
VSSQ7
VSSQ8
VSS11
1K +/-1%

22R
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U
0.1U

1000P

1 8
0.1U

J8
J2

L8
T9
T1
F9
R417
R400

P9
P1
E1
A9
E8
E2
B9
B1
B3

R10
D8
D1

G8
G9
G1

K4B2G1646C
M9
M1

A_DDR3_ODT 2 7 A-DDR3-ODT
56R
56R

22R B-DDR3_MCLK
B_DDR3_MCLK
R416
A_DDR3_BA0 3 6 A-DDR3-BA0 R11 240R GND
22R over 1.3G
GND
B_DDR3_MCLKZ B-DDR3_MCLKZ
4 5
0.01U
C442

GND 1V5
GND
B-DDR3-CKE
GND GND
R16
R17

10K
10K

B GND
B-DDR3-RESET

... DD-MM ... ... ... SBU :


... DD-MM ... ... ... TCLNO: TCL
ADDRESS1
A ... DD-MM ... ... ... ............. ADDRESS2 A
ADDRESS3
... DD-MM ... ... ... DESIGNATION TELEPHONE
Index-Lab DATE NAME DESCRIPTION Last modif DRAWN CHECKED PAGE:
........... ON: ON: DD-MM-YY
4-14-2009_15:30 BY: BY: ...... OF :
Last saved : MT5325_DDR3
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FORMAT DIN A1
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H
Y PB PR H
T T T CVBS AVL
YPBPR1 IN T AV T
AVR
SIDE AV INPUT
T T
L620 YPBPR_Y
P505 6 P503 SIDEAV
60R 6
P501 CVBS 1 SCT1_AV_IN VGA_L
GREEN T YELLOW C502
5 R506
R 2 C509 5 2U2
47P R527 10K SIDEAV_L_IN
R524 10K 2U2