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Sony CCD-TRV44E(PAL) Video camera
Manufacturer:
Model:
CCD-TRV44E(PAL)
Date:
1997
Class:
Type:
SubType:
Video camera recorder System
Service Manual
Manual type:
Service Manual
Pages:
212
Size:
27.19 Mbytes (28512122 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
Manual-ID:
9-973-939-11
Date:
01 February 1997
Quality:
Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
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28 January 2017
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For MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT, refer to the “8mm Video MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT MANUAL ” (9-973-801-11). SERVICE NOTE ... 7 1. GENERAL Getting started Charging and installing the battery pack ... 1-1 Inserting a cassette ... 1-1 Basic operations Camera recording ... 1-2 Letting the subject monitor the shot ... 1-3 Hints for better shooting ... 1-3 Checking the recorded picture ... 1-4 Playing back a tape ... 1-4 Searching for the end of the picture ... 1-5 Advanced operations Using alternative power sources ... 1-5 Changing the mode settings ... 1-6 Recording with the date or time ... 1-7 Selecting the START/STOP mode ... 1-7 Fade-in and fade-out ... 1-7 Enjoy picture effect ... 1-8 Using the wide mode function ... 1-8 Focusing manually ... 1-9 Using the PROGRAM AE function ... 1-9 Shooting with backlighting ... 1-10 Releasing the STEADY SHOT function ... 1-10 Superimposing a title ... 1-10 Making your own titles ... 1-11 Watching on a TV screen ... 1-11 Editing onto another tape ... 1-12 Additional information Changing the lithium battery in the camcorder ... 1-12 Resetting the date and time ... 1-12 Playback modes ... 1-13 Tips for using the battery pack ... 1-13 Maintenance information and precautions ... 1-14 Using your camcorder abroad ... 1-15 Trouble check ... 1-16 Identifying the parts ... 1-17 Warning indicators ... 1-19 2. DISASSEMBLY 2-1(1).REMOVAL OF MA-297 BOARD, F PANEL ASSEMBLY AND Microphone (EXCEPT TRV14E/TRV24E MODEL) ... 2-1 2-1(2).REMOVAL OF MA-296 BOARD, F PANEL ASSEMBLY AND Microphone (TRV14E/TRV24E MODEL) ... 2-1 2-2. REMOVAL OF CABINET ASSEMBLY ... 2 2-3. REMOVAL OF CASSETTE LID ASSEMBLY, LS LID, JK-154/155 and SE-60 BOARD ... 2-2 2-4. REMOVAL OF DD-94 BOARD ... 2-3 2-5. REMOVAL OF ZOOM LENS, CD-164/165 and IR-28 BOARD ... 2-3 2-6. REMOVAL OF VC-188 BOARD ... 2-4 2-7. REMOVAL OF CF-45/46 BOARD ... 2-4 2-8(1). REMOVAL OF EVF BLOCK ASSEMBLY (EXCEPT TRV14E/TRV24E MODEL) ... 2-5 2-8(2). REMOVAL OF EVF BLOCK ASSEMBLY (TRV14E/TRV24E MODEL) ... 2-5 2-9(1). REMOVAL OF EVF CABINET and VF-102 BOARD (TRV14E/TRV24E MODEL) ... 2-6 2-9(2). REMOVAL OF EVF CABINET, VF-109, LB-49 and VF-110 BOARD (TRV53 MODEL) ... 2-6 2-9(3). REMOVAL OF EVF CABINET and VF-102 BOARD (EXCEPT TRV53/TRV14E/TRV24E MODEL) ... 2-7 2-10(1). REMOVAL OF P CABINET AND LCD ASSEMBLY (EXCEPT TRV14E/TRV24E MODEL) ... 2-8 2-10(2). REMOVAL OF P CABINET AND LCD ASSEMBLY (TRV14E/TRV24E MODEL) ... 2-8 2-11(1). REMOVAL OF PD-76/77 BOARD (EXCEPT TRV14E/TRV24E MODEL) ... 2-9 2-11(2). REMOVAL OF SD-24/25 AND PD-74/75 BOARD (TRV14E/TRV24E MODEL) ... 2-9 2-12. INTERNAL VIEWS ... 2-10 2-13. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION ... 2-11 3. BLOCK DIAGRAMS 3-1. OVERALL (1) BLOCK DIAGRAM ... 3-1 3-2. OVERALL (2) BLOCK DIAGRAM ... 3-4 3-3. CAMERA BLOCK DIAGRAM ... 3-7 3-4. VIDEO/AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM ... 3-10 3-5. SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM ... 3-13 3-6. MODE CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM ... 3-15 3-7. EVF BLOCK DIAGRAM ... 3-17 3-8. LCD (A) BLOCK DIAGRAM ... 3-19 3-9. LCD (B) BLOCK DIAGRAM ... 3-21 3-10. LCD (C) BLOCK DIAGRAM ... 3-23 3-11. LCD (D) BLOCK DIAGRAM ... 3-25 3-12. SERVO BLOCK DIAGRAM ... 3-28 3-13. POWER (1) BLOCK DIAGRAM ... 3-31 3-14. POWER (2) BLOCK DIAGRAM ... 3-34 4. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-1. FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-1 4-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ... 4-4 • VC-188 (MAIN) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ... 4-5 • VC-188 (CAMERA 1) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ·· 4-13 • VC-188 (CAMERA 2) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ·· 4-17 • VC-188 (VIDEO) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-21 • VC-188 (MODE CONTROL), FP-249 (MODE SENSOR) PRINTED WIRING BOARD AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-25 • VC-188 (IN/OUT) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-29 • VC-188 (LD) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-33 • VC-188 (PJ) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-35 • VC-188 (AUDIO) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-37 • CD-164/165 (CCD IMAGER) PRINTED WIRING BOARD AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-40 • JK-154/155 (JACK) PRINTED WIRING BOARD AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-43 • MA-296/297 (AUDIO) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ... 4-47 • MA-296/297 (AUDIO) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM · 4-51 • IR-28 (INFRARED COMMUNICATION) PRINTED WIRING BOARD AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-54 • CF-45 (SYSTEM CONTROL) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ... 4-57 • CF-46 (SYSTEM CONTROL) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ... 4-60 • CF-45/46 (SYSTEM CONTROL) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-63 • VF-110 (RGB DECODER), VF-109 (H AFC), LB-49 (BACK LIGHT) PRINTED WIRING BOARDS ... 4-66 • VF-110 (RGB DECODER) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ... 4-69 • VF-109 (H AFC), LB-49 (BACK LIGHT) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ... 4-72 • VF-102 (EVF) PRINTED WIRING BOARD AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-75 • DD-94 (POWER) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-79 • DD-94 (POWER) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ... 4-83 • SE-60 (STEADY SHOT) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ... 4-85 • SE-60 (STEADY SHOT) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-87 • PD-76 (LCD) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ... 4-89 • PD-76 (LCD) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-91 • PD-77 (LCD) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-101 • PD-77 (LCD) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ... 4-103 • PD-74 (LCD DRIVER) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ... 4-113 • PD-74 (LCD DRIVER) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-115 • MF-7800 (FOCUS) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-118 • PD-74 (LCD DRIVER) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-119 • SD-24 (RGB) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-121 • SD-24 (RGB) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ... 4-127 • PD-75 (LCD DRIVER) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ... 4-129 • PD-75 (LCD DRIVER) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-131 • SD-25 (RGB) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 4-137 • SD-25 (RGB) PRINTED WIRING BOARD ... 4-143 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1-1.OVERALL SECTION ... 5-1 5-1-2(1). CABINET (L), F PANEL SECTION (EXCEPT TRV14E/TRV24E MODEL) ... 5-2 5-1-2(2). CABINET (L), F PANEL SECTION (TRV14E/TRV24E MODEL) ... 5-3 5-1-3(1). CABINET (R), LCD SECTION (EXCEPT TRV14E/TRV24E MODEL) ... 5-4 5-1-3(2). CABINET (R), LCD SECTION (TRV14E/TRV24E MODEL) ... 5-5 5-1-4.MAIN SECTION ... 5-6 5-1-5(1). EVF SECTION (TRV53 MODEL) ... 5-7 5-1-5(2). EVF SECTION (TRV14E/TRV24E MODEL) ... 5-8 5-1-5(3). EVF SECTION (EXCEPT TRV53/TRV14E/TRV24E MODEL) ... 5-9 5-1-6.ZOOM LENS BLOCK SECTION (LSV-510A) ... 5-10 5-1-7.CASSETTE COMPARTMENT BLOCK SECTION ... 5-11 5-1-8.LS CHASSIS BLOCK SECTION ... 5-12 5-1-9.MECHANISM CHASSIS BLOCK SECTION ... 5-13 5-2. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ... 5-14 6. ADJUSTMENTS 6-1. CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENT ... 6-1 1-1. PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENT ... 6-1 1-1-1. List of service tools ... 6-1 1-1-2. Precautions ... 6-2 1. Switch settings ... 6-2 2. Adjustment sequence ... 6-2 3. Subject ... 6-2 1-1-3. Preparations ... 6-3 1-1-4.Adjustment remote commander (RM-95 upgraded) ... 6-4 1. Using the adjustment remote commander ... 6-4 2. Precautions when using the adjustment remote commander ... 6-5 1-1-5. Page F Address List ... 6-6 1-2. CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS ... 6-8 1. Adjustment points when major parts have been replaced ... 6-8 2. Power supply voltage check (VC-188 board) ... 6-8 3. Preparation for adjustment ... 6-8 4. Initialization of page F data ... 6-9 5. Page F data modification ... 6-10 6. 28MHz crystal oscillator adjustment (VC-188 board) ·· 6-12 7. HALL adjustment ... 6-14 8. Flange back adjustment ... 6-16 9. Flange back check ... 6-17 10. Picture frame setting ... 6-18 11. Color reproduction adjustment ... 6-19 12. IRIS IN/OUT adjustment ... 6-20 13. Auto white balance reference data input ... 6-21 14. MAX gain adjustment ... 6-22 15. Auto white balance adjustment ... 6-23 16. White balance check ... 6-24 17. Velocity sensor sensitivity adjustment (EXCEPT TRV14E) ... 6-25 18. Electronic viewfinder system adjustments (VF-102 board) ... 6-26 18-1. Power supply voltage check ... 6-26 18-2. Horizontal and vertical position ... 6-26 18-3. BRIGHT adjustment ... 6-26 18-4. Centering adjustment ... 6-27 18-5. Focus adjustment ... 6-27 18-6. Diffraction adjustment ... 6-27 19. COLOR ELECTRONIC VIEWFINDER SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS ... 6-28 19-1. Power supply voltage check (VF-109 board) ... 6-28 19-2. EVR initial data input ... 6-29 19-3. PCO adjustment (VF-110 board) ... 6-29 19-4. BRIGHT adjustment (VF-110 board) ... 6-30 19-5. CONTRAST adjustment (VF-110 board) ... 6-30 19-6. Back light Current consumption adjustment (VF-109 board) ... 6-31 19-7. White balance adjustment ... 6-31 20. LCD system adjustments ... 6-32 20-1. EVR initial data input ... 6-33 20-2. VCO adjustment ... 6-34 20-3. BRIGHT adjustment ... 6-35 20-4. CONTRAST adjustment ... 6-36 20-5. D RANGE adjustment (Type 2, 3 MODEL) ... 6-37 21-6. V-COM level adjustment (Type 2, 3 MODEL) ... 6-38 20-7. COLOR adjustment ... 6-39 20-8. HUE adjustment (NTSC MODEL) ... 6-40 20-9. BURST CLEANING adjustment (PAL MODEL) ... 6-40 20-10. V. COM adjustment (Type 1, 4 MODEL) ... 6-41 20-11. White balance adjustment ... 6-42 6-2. MECHANISM SECTION ADJUSTMENTS ... 6-47 2-1. HOW TO OPERATE THE MECHANISM AFTER THE CASSETTE COMPARTMENT IS REMOVED ... 6-47 1. How to load a cassette tape: ... 6-47 2. How to establish RECORD mode: ... 6-47 3. How to eject a cassette tape: ... 6-47 4. Processing after operation ... 6-47 2-2. TAPE PATH ADJUSTMENT ... 6-48 1. Preparations for adjustments ... 6-48 6-3. VIDEO SECTION ADJUSTMENT ... 6-49 3-1. PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENT ... 6-50 3-1-1.Equipment required ... 6-50 3-1-2. Precautions on adjustment ... 6-50 3-1-3.Adjustment connector (VC-188 Board CN102) ... 6-50 3-1-4.Equipment connection ... 6-51 3-1-5.Alignment tape ... 6-51 3-1-6. Output level and impedance ... 6-52 3-2. ADJUSTMENT POINTS WHEN MAJOR PARTS ARE REPLACED ... 6-53 1. When drum is replaced: ... 6-53 3-3. POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT ... 6-53 1. Power supply voltage check (VC-188 board) ... 6-53 2. VTR & CAM mode ON ... 6-54 3. EMG code (Emergency code) ... 6-55 4. MSW code ... 6-55 5. Bit value discrimination ... 6-56 6. Initializing the emergency code area ... 6-57 7. LED check ... 6-57 8. Key input check (CF-45/46 Board IC 402 @¦, @¥, S415, S/S MODE SW) ... 6-57 9. Key input check ... 6-58 10. Key input check (A/D port) ... 6-58 11. Individual operation of drum, capstan and loading motor ... 6-59 12. Drum use history check ... 6-59 3-4. SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS ... 6-60 1. Battery down voltage adjustment ... 6-60 2. Battery down voltage check ... 6-60 3-5. SERVO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS ... 6-61 1. SYNC level and BURST level adjustments ... 6-61 2. Switching position adjustment ... 6-62 3. Capstan FG offset adjustment ... 6-63 3-6. PLAYBACK FREQUENCY RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS ADJUSTMENT ... 6-64 3-7. DEMD OUT LEVEL ADJUSTMENT ... 6-65 3-8. YD OUT LEVEL ADJUSTMENT ... 6-66 3-9. PB CHROMA LEVEL CHECK ... 6-67 3-10. PB Y OUT LEVEL ADJUSTMENT ... 6-68 3-11. FE OSC CHECK ... 6-69 3-12. EMPHASIS INPUT LEVEL ADJUSTMENT ... 6-70 3-13. Y FM DEVIATION ADJUSTMENT (NOTE) ... 6-71 3-14. Y FM CARRIER FREQUENCY ADJUSTMENT ... 6-72 3-15. CHROMA EMPHASIS fo ADJUSTMENT ... 6-73 3-16. REC Y LEVEL ADJUSTMENT ... 6-74 3-17. REC C LEVEL ADJUSTMENT ... 6-74 6-4. Audio system ADJUSTMENT ... 6-76 4-1. EE-OUTPUT LEVEL CHECK ... 6-76 4-2. 1.5 MHz DEVIATION ADJUSTMENT (STEREO MODEL) ... 6-77 4-3. 1.7MHz DEVIATION ADJUSTMENT (STEREO MODEL) ... 6-78 4-4. 1.5MHz DEVIATION ADJUSTMENT (MONO MODEL) ... 6-79 4-5. BPF fo ADJUSTMENT ... 6-79 4-6. OVERALL SIGNAL LEVEL, DISTORTION AND SEPARATION CHECK ... 6-80 4-7. OVERALL NOISE LEVEL CHECK ... 6-80 6-5. INFRARED TRANSMIT CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENT (IR MODEL) ... 6-81 5-1. PREPARATIONS ... 6-81 1. Equipment connection ... 6-81 2. Switch setting ... 6-81 5-2. VIDEO CARRIER FREQUENCY ADJUSTMENT ... 6-82 5-3. VIDEO DEVIATION ADJUSTMENT ... 6-83 5-4. AUDIO DEVIATION ADJUSTMENT ... 6-84

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