Attrezzatura informazioni:

Sony CCD-TRV95 Videocam
Produttore:
Sony
Modello: CCD-TRV95
Data: 1998
Categoria: Audio, Video, TV, Multimedia
Gruppo: Videocam
Descrizione: Video camera recorder System
Informazioni:
                                    Video camera recorder
System
Video recording system
CCD-TRV95/TRV95PK/TRV99 :
4 rotary heads (SP/LP independent heads)
CCD-TRV89E/TRV95E/TRV99E :
2 Rotary heads
Helical scanning FM system
Audio recording system
Rotary heads, FM system
Video signal
CCD-TRV95 (US, CND)/TRV99 :
NTSC color, CCIR standards
CCD-TRV95 (E, JE)/TRV95PK :
NTSC color, EIA standards
CCD-TRV89E/TRV95E/TRV99E :
PAL color CCIR standards
Usable cassette
8mm video format cassette
Hi8 or standard 8
Recording / Playback time
CCD-TRV95/TRV95PK/TRV99 :
(using 120 min. cassette)
SP mode: 2 hours
LP mode: 4 hours
CCD-TRV89E/TRV95E/TRV99E :
(using 90 min. cassette)
SP mode: 1 hours and 30 minutes
LP mode: 3 hours
Fastforward/rewind time
CCD-TRV95/TRV95PK/TRV99 :
(using 120 min. cassette) Approx. 5 min.
CCD-TRV89E/TRV95E/TRV99E :
(using 90 min. cassette) Approx. 5 min.
Image device
CCD (Charge Coupled Device)
Viewfinder
Electronic viewfinder
CCD-TRV89E : Monochrome
CCD-TRV95/TRV95E/TRV95PK/
TRV99/TRV99E :
Color 113,578 (521 x 218)
Lens
Combined power zoom lens
Filter diameter 17/16 in. (37 mm)
CCD-TRV95 (US,CND)/TRV95E/
TRV99 :
18 x (Optical), 72 x (Digital)
CCD-TRV89E/TRV95 (E, JE)/
TRV95PK/TRV99E :
18 x (Optical), 220 x (Digital)
Focal distance
3/16 - 8 in. (4.1 - 73.8 mm)
When converted to a 35 mm still
camera
1 7/8 - 33 1/2 in. (47.2 - 850 mm)
Color temperature
Auto
Minimum illumination
0.7 lux (F 1.4)
0 lux (in NightShot mode)*
* Object invisible for the dark can be
shot with infrared lighting.
Illumination range
0.7 lux to 100,000 lux
Recommended illumination
More than 100 lux
LCD screen
Picture
4 inches measured diagonally
3 1/4 x 2 3/8 in.(80.7 x 58.9 mm)
On-screen display
TN LCD/TFT active matrix method
Total dot number
112.086 (479 x 234)
Input and output connectors
S video input/output
(CCD-TRV89E/TRV95/TRV95PK/
TRV99/TRV99E only)
4-pin mini DIN
Luminance signal :
1 Vp-p, 75 ohms, unbalanced
Chrominance signal
CCD-TRV95/TRV95PK/TRV99 :
0.286 Vp-p, 75 ohms, unbalanced
CCD-TRV89E/TRV95E/TRV99E :
0.3 Vp-p, 75 ohms, unbalanced
Video input/output
(CCD-TRV89E/TRV95/TRV95PK/
TRV99/TRV99E only)
Phono jack, 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms, unbalanced
Audio input/output
(CCD-TRV89E/TRV95/TRV95PK/
TRV99/TRV99E only)
Phono jacks (2: stereo L and R) 327
mV, (at output impedance 47 kilohms)
impedance less than 2.2 kilohms
RFU DC OUT
Special minijack, DC 5V
Headphone jack
Stereo minijack (ø 3.5 mm)
LANC control jack
Stereo mini-minijack (ø 2.5 mm)
MIC jack
Mini jack, 0.388mV low impedance
with 2.5 to 3.0 V DC, output impedance
6.8 kilohms (ø 3.5 mm) Stereo type
Speaker
Dynamic speaker
Intelligent accessory shoe
8-pin connector
General
Power requirements
7.2 V (battery pack)
8.4 V (AC power adaptor)
Average power consumption
(when using the battery pack)
During camera recording using
LCD
CCD-TRV95/TRV95PK/TRV99 : 3.8 W
CCD-TRV89E/TRV95E/TRV99E : 3.9 W
Viewfinder
CCD-TRV95/TRV95PK/TRV99 : 2.6 W
CCD-TRV89E/TRV95E/TRV99E : 2.7 W
Operating temperature
32°F to 104°F(0°C to 40°C)
Storage temperature
-4°F to +140°F(-20°C to +60°C)
Dimentions (Approx.)
CCD-TRV89E :
4 3/8 x 5 x 8 1/2 in.
(110 x 124 x 213 mm)(w/h/d)
CCD-TRV95/TRV95E/TRV95PK/
TRV99/TRV99E :
4 3/8 x 5 x 8 1/2 in.
(110 x 125 x 213 mm)(w/h/d)
Mass (Approx.)
2 lb 3 oz (1 kg)
excluding the battery pack, lithium
battery, cassette and shoulder strap
2 lb 6 oz (1.1 kg)
including the battery pack NP-F330,
lithium battery CR2025, cassette and
shoulder strap
Microphone
Stereo type
Supplied accessories
AC power adaptor
Power requirements
100 -240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption
23 W
Output voltage
DC OUT: 8.4 V, 1.5 A in operating mode
Operating temperature
32°F to 104°F(0°C to 40°C)
Storage temperature
-4°F to +140°F(-20°C to +60°C)
Dimentions (Approx.)
5 x 1 9/16 x 2 1/2 in.
(125 x 39 x 62 mm)(w/h/d)
excluding projecting parts
Mass (Approx.)
9.8 oz (280 g) excluding power cord
(Main lead)

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Sony -- CCD-TRV95 -- Manuale di servizio
Nome file: Sony-8622-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Tipo manuale: Manuale di servizio
Pagine: 183
Dimensioni: 21.44 Mbytes (22486189 Bytes)
Lingua: Inglese
Revisione:
Manual-ID/Number: 9-974-055-11
Data: 01 marzo 1998
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Informazioni:
SERVICE NOTE
1. Power Supply During Repairs
......................................... 5
2. To Take out a Cassette when not Eject (Force Eject) ....... 5
Self-Diagnosis Function
1. Self-diagnosis function
.................................................... 6
2. Self-diagnosis Display
..................................................... 6
3. Service Mode Display
...................................................... 6
3-1. Display Method
................................................................
6
3-2. Switching of Backup No.
................................................. 6
3-3. End of Display
.................................................................
6
4. Self-diagnosis Code Table
............................................... 7
1. GENERAL
Using this manual
......................................................................
1-1
Checking supplied accessories
.................................................. 1-1
Installing and Charging the battery pack
...................................1-1
Inserting a cassette
.....................................................................1-2
Camera recording
......................................................................
1-3
Hints for better Shooting
...........................................................1-4
Checking the recorded picture
...................................................1-5
Playing back a tape
....................................................................
1-5
Searching for the end of the picture
.......................................... 1-7
Using alternative power sources
................................................ 1-7
Changing the mode settings
...................................................... 1-7
Shooting with backlighting
.......................................................1-9
Using the FADER function
.......................................................1-9
Shooting in the dark (NightShot)
............................................1-10
Photo recording
.......................................................................1-10
Using the wide mode function
.................................................1-11
Using the PROGRAM AE function
.........................................1-11
Superimposing a still picture on a moving picture
..................1-12
Recording still pictures successively
.......................................1-12
Replacing a brighter potion of a still picture
with a moving picture
..............................................................1-12
Adding an incidential image to pictures
..................................1-13
Using slow shutter
...................................................................1-13
Adding an old movie type atmosphere to pictures
..................1-13
Focusing manually
...................................................................1-13
Enjoying picture effect
............................................................1-14
Adjusting the exposure
............................................................1-14
Superimposing a title
...............................................................1-15
Making your own titles
............................................................1-15
Re-recording a picture in the middle of a recorded tape
.........1-16
Recording with the date/time
...................................................1-16
Optimizing the recording condition
.........................................1-16
Releasing the STEADY SHOT function
.................................1-17
Watching on a TV screen
.........................................................1-17
Enjoying digital effect during playback
..................................1-17
Searching the boundaries of recorded date
..............................1-18
Returning to a pre-registered position
.....................................1-18
Locating the marking position
.................................................1-18
Writing the RC Time code on a recorded tape
........................1-20
Editing onto another tape
.........................................................1-20
Charging the lithium battery in the camcoder
.........................1-20
Resetting the date and time
......................................................1-21
Simple setting of clock by time difference
..............................1-21
Usable cassettes and playback modes
.....................................1-21
Tips for using the battery pack
................................................1-22
Maintenance information and precautions
..............................1-23
Using your camcorder abroad
.................................................1-24
Self-diagnosis display
..............................................................1-24
Identifying the parts
.................................................................1-25
Warning Indicators
..................................................................1-27
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2. DISASSEMBLY
2-1. Removal of Front Panel Block
......................................... 2-1
2-2. Removal of Cabinet (S) Block
......................................... 2-1
2-3. Removal of Cabinet (R) Block
......................................... 2-2
2-4. Removal of EVF Block-1 (Color)
....................................2-2
2-5. Removal of EVF Block-1 (B/W)
..................................... 2-2
2-6. Removal of LCD Block
................................................... 2-2
2-7. Removal of CF-52 Board and Control Switch Block
(MF-8500)
........................................................................
2-3
2-8. Removal of EVF Block-2 (B/W)
..................................... 2-3
2-9. Removal of EVF Block-2 (Color)
....................................2-3
2-10. Removal of Cabinet (L) Block and
Battery Panel Block
......................................................... 2-4
2-11. Removal of Cassette Lid Assembly
................................. 2-4
2-12. Removal of Zoom Lens Block
......................................... 2-4
2-13. Removal of Control Switch Block (FK-8500)
................. 2-4
2-14. Removal of DD-105 Board and PJ-85 Board
..................2-5
2-15. Removal of VC-195 and SE-74 Board
............................. 2-5
2-16. Service Position
...............................................................
2-5
2-17. Circuit Boards Locations
................................................. 2-6
3. BLOCK DIAGRAMS
3-1. Overall Block Diagram
.................................................... 3-1
3-2. Camera/Video Block Diagram
......................................... 3-5
3-3. VTR/Camera Control Block Diagram
............................. 3-9
3-4. Servo Block Diagram
..................................................... 3-12
3-5. Mode Control Block Diagram
........................................3-15
3-6. Audio Block Diagram
....................................................3-19
3-7. LCD Block Diagram
........................................................3-23
3-8. Color EVF Block Diagram
............................................3-26
3-9. B/W EVF Block Diagram
..............................................3-29
3-10. Power Block Diagram
....................................................3-33
4. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAMS
4-1. Frame Schematic Diagram (1)
...........................................4-1
• Frame Schematic Diagram (2)
........................................ 4-4
4-2. Printed Wiring Boards and Schematic Diagrams
...............4-7
• CD-190 (CCD Imager) Board
.........................................4-8
• VC-195 (Camera, Y/C Processor, IN/OUT,
REC/PB Head Amp, Servo/System Control, Servo,
Audio, IR Transmiter, Mode Control) Board ................4-10
• VC-195 (Camera 1) Board
............................................4-16
• VC-195 (Camera 2) Board
............................................4-19
• VC-195 (Y/C Process) Board
........................................4-23
• VC-195 (IN/OUT) Board
..............................................4-27
• VC-195 (REC/PB Head Amp) Board............................4-31
• VC-195 (Servo/System Control) Board
........................4-35
• VC-195 (Servo) Board
..................................................4-38
• VC-195 (Audio) Board
..................................................4-41
• VC-195 (IR Transmitter) Board
....................................4-46
• VC-195 (Mode Control) Board
.....................................4-49
• SE-74 (Steady Shot) Board
...........................................4-52
• PJ-85 (AV IN/OUT)
Board............................................4-55
• MA-313 (Stereo Mic, Laser Link) Board
......................4-59
• Control Switch Block (FK-8500/SS-8500) ...................4-63
• CF-52 (Control) Board
..................................................4-65
• PD-93 (RGB Decorder, LCD Drive, Back Light LCD) Board
.......................................................................................4-74
• PD-93 (RGB Decorder) Board
......................................4-77
• PD-93 (LCD Drive) Board
............................................4-80
• PD-93 (Back Light) Board
............................................4-83
• PD-93 (LCD) Board
......................................................4-84
• VF-122 (Color EVF) (Color EVF Model) Board ..........4-86
• LB-56 (Back Light) (Color EVF Model) Board ...........4-86
• VF-123 (Color EVF (Color EVF Model)) Board ..........4-92
• VF-99 (B/W EVF (B/W EVF Model)) Board ...............4-97
• DD-105 (Power) Board
...............................................4-102
5. ADJUSTMENTS
5-1. CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENTS ..........................5-1
1-1. Preparations before Adjustment (Camera Section)
..........5-1
1-1-1. List of Service Tools
................................................. 5-1
1-1-2. Preparations
...............................................................
5-2
1-1-3. Precautions
................................................................
5-4
1. Setting the Switch
..................................................... 5-4
2. Adjusting Procedure
.................................................. 5-4
3. Subject
.......................................................................
5-4
1-1-4. Adjusting Remote Commander
................................. 5-5
1. Using the adjusting remote commander ....................5-5
2. Precautions upon using the adjusting
remote commander
.................................................... 5-5
1-1-5. Data Processing
......................................................... 5-6
1-2. Initialization of D, E, F Page Data
....................................5-7
1. Initialization of D, E, F Page Data
............................5-7
2. Modification of D, E, F Page Data
........................... 5-7
3. D Page Table
............................................................. 5-8
4. F Page Table
..............................................................
5-9
5. E Page Table
............................................................5-11
1-3. Camera System Adjustments
..........................................5-13
1. G-CAM flip Adjustment
......................................... 5-13
2. Hall Adjustment
......................................................5-14
3. Flange Back Adjustment
......................................... 5-15
3-1. Flange Back Adjustment (1)
................................... 5-15
3-2. Flange Back Adjustment (2)
................................... 5-15
4. Flange Back Check
................................................. 5-16
5. Picture Frame Setting
..............................................5-16
6. Color Reproduction Adjustment
............................. 5-17
7. IRIS IN/OUT Adjustment
....................................... 5-18
8. MAX GAIN Adjustment
......................................... 5-18
9. Auto White Balance Standard Data Input ............... 5-19
10. Auto White Balance Adjustment
............................. 5-19
11. White Balance Check
..............................................5-20
12. Angular Velocity Sensor Sensitivity Adjustment ....5-21
1-4. Color Electronic Viewfinder System Adjustments
(CCD-TRV95/TRV95E/TRV95PK/TRV99/TRV99E) ... 5-22
1. EVF Initial Data Input
............................................. 5-22
2. VCO Adjustment (VF-123 board)........................... 5-23
3. Bright Adjustment (VF-123 board)
......................... 5-23
4. Contrast Adjustment (VF-123 board) ..................... 5-24
5. Backlight Comsumption Current Adjustment
(VF-122 board)
....................................................... 5-24
6. White Balance Adjustment (VF-123 board) ........... 5-24
1-5. Monochrome Electronic Viewfinder System Adjustments
(CCD-TRV89E)
..............................................................5-25
1-5-1. Horizontal Slant Check
........................................... 5-25
1-5-2. Centering Adjustment
............................................. 5-25
1-5-3. Focus Adjustment
....................................................5-25
1-5-4. Aberration Adjustment
............................................5-26
1-5-5. Horizontal Amplitude Adjustment (VF-99 board) ..5-26
1-5-6. Vertical Amplitude Adjustment (VF-99 board) ....... 5-27
1-5-7. Brightness Adjustments (VF-99 board)
..................5-27
1-5-8. Horizontal Amplitude, Vertical Amplitude,
Focus Check
............................................................5-27
1-6. LCD System Adjustment
................................................5-28
1. LCD initial data input
............................................. 5-28
2. VCO adjustment (PD-93 board)
............................. 5-29
3. D range adjustment (PD-93 board)
......................... 5-29
4. Bright adjustment (PD-93 board)
............................5-30
5. Contrast adjustment (PD-93 board)
........................5-30
6. V-COM level adjustment (PD-93 board) ................5-31
7. Color adjustment (PD-93 board)
............................. 5-31
8. V-COM adjustment (PD-93 board) ......................... 5-32
9. White balance adjustment (PD-93 board) ............... 5-32
5-2. MECHANICAL SECTION ADJUSTMENT .................5-33
2-1. Operating without a Cassette
..........................................5-33
2-2. Tape path Adjustment
.....................................................5-33
1. Preparations for adjustments
...................................5-33
5-3. VIDEO SECTION ADJUSTMENTS .............................5-34
3-1. Preparations before Adjustment
..............................5-34
3-1-1. Equipments to be Used
...........................................5-34
3-1-2. Precautions on Adjusting
........................................5-35
3-1-3. Adjusting Connectors
..............................................5-35
3-1-4. Connecting the Equipments
....................................5-36
3-1-5. Alignment Tape
.......................................................5-36
3-1-6. Input/Output Level and Impedance
.........................5-38
3-1-7. Recording Mode (Standard 8/Hi8) switching
(Hi8 model)
.............................................................5-38
3-1-8. Service Mode
..........................................................5-38
1. Test mode setting
.....................................................5-38
2. Emergency memory address
...................................5-39
2-1. EMG CODE (Emergency Code) .............................5-39
2-2. MSW Codes
............................................................5-40
3. Bit value discrimination
..........................................5-41
4. Switch check (1)
......................................................5-41
5. Switch check (2)
......................................................5-42
6. Headphone jack check
............................................5-42
7. Input/output selection check
...................................5-42
8. LED, LCD (display window) check........................5-43
9. Record of use check
................................................5-43
3-2. System Control System Adjustment
.......................5-44
1. Initialization of D, E, F Page Data
..........................5-44
2. Battery End Adjustment (VC-195 board) ...............5-44
3-3. Servo System Adjustments
......................................5-45
1. CAP FG Offset Adjustment (VC-195 board) ..........5-45
2. Switching Position Adjustment (VC-195 board) ....5-45
3. NTSC LP Mode Switching Position Adjustment
(VC-195 board) (CCD-TRV95/TRV95PK/TRV99) .....5-46
3-4. Video System Adjustments
.....................................5-46
1. 28 MHz Origin Oscillation Adjustment
(VC-195 board)
.......................................................5-46
2. AFC f0 Adjustment (VC-195 board) ......................5-47
3. Filter f0 Adjustment (VC-195 board)......................5-47
4. Y OUT Level Adjustment (VC-195 board) .............5-48
5. C OUT Level Adjustment (VC-195 board) .............5-48
6. RP Filter f0 Adjustment (VC-195 board) ................5-49
7. REC Y Current Adjustment (VC-195 board) ..........5-50
8. Hi8 REC L Level Adjustment (VC-195 board) ......5-51
9. REC C Current Adjustment (VC-195 board) ..........5-52
3-5. IR Transmitter Adjustments
(CCD-TRV95/TRV95PK/TRV99/TRV99E) ...........5-53
1. IR Video Carrier Frequency Adjustment
(VC-195 board)
.......................................................5-53
2. IR Video Deviation Adjustment (VC-195 board)....5-53
3. IR Audio Deviation Adjustment (VC-195 board) ...5-54
3-6. Stereo Audio System Adjustment
...........................5-55
1. 1.5 MHz Deviation Adjustment (VC-195 board) ....5-56
2. 1.7 MHz Deviation Adjustment (VC-195 board) ....5-56
3. BPF f0 Adjustment (VC-195 board) .......................5-58
3-7. Arrangement Diagram for Adjustment Parts ...........5-60
6. REPAIR PARTS LIST
6-1. Exploded Views
....................................................... 6-1
6-1-1. Cabinet (L) Block
Assembly....................................6-1
6-1-2. Front Panel Block Assembly
....................................6-2
6-1-3. Cabinet (R) Block Assembly
................................... 6-3
6-1-4. LCD Block Assembly
.............................................. 6-4
6-1-5. EVF Block (Color EVF)
.......................................... 6-5
6-1-6. EVF Block (B/W EVF)
............................................ 6-6
6-1-7. Main Boards Assembly
............................................ 6-7
6-1-8. Battery Panel and CCD Block Assembly ................6-8
6-1-9. Device Lens (LSV-600A)
........................................ 6-9
6-1-10. Cassette Compartment Assembly
..........................6-10
6-1-11. LS Chassis Assembly
............................................. 6-11
6-1-12. Mechanism Chassis Assembly
............................... 6-12
6-2. Electrical Parts List
................................................6-13
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