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ORDER NO.

KM40404372C3

Telephone Equipment

KX-TC2000SAB
Cordless Phone
Black Version
(for South Africa)

© 2004 Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. All


rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and
distribution is a violation of law.
KX-TC2000SAB

CONTENTS
Page Page
1 ABOUT LEAD FREE SOLDER (PbF: Pb free) 4 14 HOW TO CHECK THE HANDSET SPEAKER 32
1.1. Suggested PbF Solder 4 15 FREQUENCY TABLE (MHz) 33
1.2. How to recognize that Pb Free solder is used 5 16 EXPLANATION OF CPU DATA COMMUNICATION 34
2 FOR SERVICE TECHNICIANS 6 16.1. STAND-BY -> TALK, TALK -> STAND-BY 34
3 CAUTION 6 16.2. Ringing 35
4 BATTERY 7 16.3. Changing the Channel 36
4.1. Recharge 7 16.4. Ports for transmitting and receiving of data 37
4.2. Battery information 7 16.5. Waveform of DATA used for cordless transmission and
5 BATTERY REPLACEMENT 8 reception 37
6 LOCATION OF CONTROLS 9 17 BLOCK DIAGRAM (BASE UNIT) 38
6.1. Base Unit 9 18 BLOCK DIAGRAM (HANDSET) 39
6.2. Handset 9 19 CIRCUIT OPERATION 40
7 CONNECTION 10 19.1. Outline 40
8 OPERATIONS 12 19.2. Power Supply Circuit 41
8.1. Making Calls 12 19.3. Reset Circuit (Base Unit) 42
8.2. Answering Calls 12 19.4. Charge Circuit 43
8.3. Storing Phone Numbers in Memory 13 19.5. Telephone Line Interface 43
8.4. Storing a Phone Number in the DIRECT Button 13 19.6. DTMF 43
8.5. Dialing a Stored Number 14 19.7. Transmitter/Receiver 44
8.6. Dialing a Stored Number in the DIRECT Button 14 19.8. Signal Route 46
8.7. Flash Button 15 20 CIRCUIT OPERATION (HANDSET) 47
9 DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS 16 20.1. Reset Circuit (Handset) 47
10 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 18 20.2. Battery Low / Power Down Detector 48
10.1. Check Power 19 21 CPU DATA (Base Unit) 49
10.2. Bell Reception 20 21.1. IC2 49
10.3. Check Battery Charge 21 22 CPU DATA (Handset) 50
10.4. Check Link 22 22.1. IC2 50
10.5. Check Handset Transmission 24 23 RF IC (Base Unit and Handset) 51
10.6. Check Handset Reception 24 23.1. IC1 51
11 ADJUSTMENTS (BASE UNIT) 25 24 HOW TO REPLACE FLAT PACKAGE IC 52
11.1. Test Mode Flow Chart (Base Unit) 25 24.1. Preparation 52
11.2. How to change the channel 26 24.2. Procedure 52
11.3. Adjustment 26 24.3. Modification Procedure of Bridge 52
11.4. Adjustment Standard (Base Unit) 27 25 CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS LOCATION (BASE UNIT)
12 ADJUSTMENTS (HANDSET) 28 53
12.1. Test Mode Flow Chart (Handset) 28 26 CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS LOCATION (HANDSET) 54
12.2. How to change the channel 29 27 ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS 55
12.3. Adjustment 29 28 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST 56
12.4. Adjustment Standard (Handset) 30 28.1. Base Unit 56
13 RF SPECIFICATION 32 28.2. Handset 59
13.1. Base Unit 32 28.3. ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS 60
13.2. Handset 32 29 FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 61

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29.1. Base Unit (SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Base Unit)) 61 31.3. Memo 66


29.2. Handset (SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Handset)) 61 32 CIRCUIT BOARD (Base Unit) 67
30 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Base Unit) 62 32.1. Component View 67
30.1. Base Unit 62 32.2. Flow Solder Side View 68
30.2. RF Unit (Base Unit) 63 33 CIRCUIT BOARD (Handset) 69
31 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Handset) 64 33.1. Component View 69
31.1. Handset 64 33.2. Flow Solder Side View 70
31.2. RF Unit (Handset) 65

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1 ABOUT LEAD FREE SOLDER (PbF: Pb free)


Note:
In the information below, Pb, the symbol for lead in the periodic table of elements, will refer to standard solder or solder that
contains lead.

We will use PbF solder when discussing the lead free solder used in our manufacturing process which is made from Tin (Sn),
Silver (Ag), and Copper (Cu).

This model, and others like it, manufactured using lead free solder will have PbF stamped on the PCB. For service and repair
work we suggest using the same type of solder although, with some precautions, standard Pb solder can also be used.

Caution
• PbF solder has a melting point that is 50°F ~ 70° F (30°C ~ 40°C) higher than Pb solder. Please use a soldering iron with
temperature control and adjust it to 700°F ± 50° F (370°C ± 10°C). In case of using high temperature soldering iron, please
be careful not to heat too long.
• PbF solder will tend to splash if it is heated much higher than its melting point, approximately 1100°F (600°C).
• If you must use Pb solder on a PCB manufactured using PbF solder, remove as much of the original PbF solder as possible
and be sure that any remaining is melted prior to applying the Pb solder.
• When applying PbF solder to double layered boards, please check the component side for excess which may flow onto the
opposite side (See the figure below).

1.1. Suggested PbF Solder


There are several types of PbF solder available commercially. While this product is manufactured using Tin, Silver, and Copper
(Sn+Ag+Cu), you can also use Tin and Copper (Sn+Cu), or Tin, Zinc, and Bismuth (Sn+Zn+Bi). Please check the manufac
turer’s specific instructions for the melting points of their products and any precautions for using their product with other
materials.
The following lead free (PbF) solder wire sizes are recommended for service of this product: 0.3mm, 0.6mm and 1.0mm.

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1.2. How to recognize that Pb Free solder is used


1.2.1. Base Unit Main PCB

JK1
IC5

Marked

Note:
The location of the "PbF" marks is subject to change without notice.

1.2.2. Handset PCB


Marked
IC2
DPX1

DPX3

Note:
The location of the "PbF" marks is subject to change without notice.

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2 FOR SERVICE TECHNICIANS


ICs and LSIs are vulnerable to static electricity.
When repairing, the following precautions will help prevent recurring malfunctions.
1. Cover plastic parts boxes with aluminum foil.
2. Ground the soldering irons.
3. Use a conductive mat on worktable.
4. Do not grasp IC or LSI pins with bare fingers.

3 CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.

Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer´s Instructions.

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4 BATTERY
4.1. Recharge

4.2. Battery information

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5 BATTERY REPLACEMENT

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6 LOCATION OF CONTROLS
6.1. Base Unit

6.2. Handset

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7 CONNECTION

• USE ONLY WITH Panasonic AC ADAPTOR PQLV16BXY.


• The AC adaptor must remain connected at all times.
(It is normal for the adaptor to feel warm during use.)
• This unit will not function during a power failure. If you want to connect a standard telephone on the same line, use a T-adaptor.

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8 OPERATIONS
8.1. Making Calls

8.2. Answering Calls

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8.3. Storing Phone Numbers in Memory

8.4. Storing a Phone Number in the DIRECT Button

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8.5. Dialing a Stored Number

8.6. Dialing a Stored Number in the DIRECT Button

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8.7. Flash Button

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9 DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

Show in Fig. Procedure To remove. Remove.


1 1 Lower Cabinet Screws (2.6 × 12)............... ........ (A) × 4
2 1, 2 Main P.C. Board Screw (2.6 × 6)................. ......... (B) × 1
Screw (2.6 × 12)............... ........... (C) × 1
Solder
Main P.C. Board.

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Show in Fig. Procedure To remove. Remove.


3 3 Rear Cabinet Battery compartment cover.
4 3, 4 Screws (2.6 × 12)............... .......(D) × 2
5 3, 4, 5 Follow the procedure.
6 3, 4, 5, 6 Main P. C. Board Screw (2.6 × 12)............... .........(E) × 1
Tape and solder.
Main P. C. Board.

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10 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

Cross Reference:
Check Power (P.19)
Bell Reception (P.20)
Check Battery Charge (P.21)
Check Link (P.22)
Check Handset Transmission (P.24)
Check Handset Reception (P.24)

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10.1. Check Power

Cross Reference: Note:


Reset Circuit (Base Unit) (P.42) CPU: IC2
Power Supply Circuit (P.41)

Cross Reference: Note:


Charge Circuit (P.43) CPU: IC2

*: Each measurement points are shown in CIRCUIT BOARD (Base Unit) (P.67) or CIRCUIT BOARD (Handset) (P.69)

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10.2. Bell Reception

Cross Reference: Note:


Check Link (P.22) CPU: IC2
Telephone Line Interface (P.43)

Cross Reference:
Check Link (P.22)

*: Each measurement points are shown in CIRCUIT BOARD (Base Unit) (P.67) or CIRCUIT BOARD (Handset) (P.69)

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10.3. Check Battery Charge

Cross Reference: Note:


Charge Circuit (P.43) CPU: IC2
Power Supply Circuit (P.41)

Cross Reference: Note:


Reset Circuit (Handset) (P.47) CPU: IC2

*: Each measurement points are shown in CIRCUIT BOARD (Base Unit) (P.67) or CIRCUIT BOARD (Handset) (P.69)

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10.4. Check Link

**: Refer to Adjustment (P.26) Note:


CPU: IC2
RF IC: IC1

*: Each measurement points are shown in CIRCUIT BOARD (Base Unit) (P.67) or CIRCUIT BOARD (Handset) (P.69)

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**: Refer to Adjustment (P.29). Note:


CPU: IC2
RF IC: IC1

*: Each measurement points are shown in CIRCUIT BOARD (Base Unit) (P.67) or CIRCUIT BOARD (Handset) (P.69)

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10.5. Check Handset Transmission

Cross Reference:
Signal Route (P.46)

10.6. Check Handset Reception

Cross Reference:
Signal Route (P.46)

*: Each measurement points are shown in CIRCUIT


BOARD (Base Unit) (P.67) or CIRCUIT BOARD (Handset)
(P.69)

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11 ADJUSTMENTS (BASE UNIT)


If your unit have below symptoms, adjust or confirm each item using remedy column from the table.
Symptom Remedy*
The base unit dose not respond to a call from handset. Make confirmation in item (A)
The base unit dose not transmit or the transmit frequency is off. Make adjustments in item (B)
The transmit frequency is off. Make adjustments in item (C)
The transmit power output is low, and the operating distance between the base unit and Make adjustments in item (D)
the handset is less than normal.
The reception sensitivity of base unit is low with noise. Make confirmation in item (E)
The transmit level is high or low. Make confirmation in item (F)
The reception level is high or low. Make confirmation in item (G)
The unit does not link. Make confirmation in item (H)

*: Refer to Adjustment (P.26).

11.1. Test Mode Flow Chart (Base Unit)


The operation-flow of Test mode and main check items are shown below.

Note:
**: Refer to the above table.

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11.2. How to change the channel

*: Refer to Flow Solder Side View (P.68).

11.3. Adjustment
Adjustment Items Test Mode Adjustment *Procedure Check or
Point Replace
Parts
(A) RX VCO 3ch Talk - • Confirm so that the reading of the Digital Voltmeter is 0.8V ~ 3.0V. IC1, L10,
Confirmation C26, R14
(B) TX VCO 3ch Talk T6 • Adjust T6 so that the reading of the Digital Voltmeter is 2.0V ± 0.2V. IC1, VD1,
Adjustment T6
(C) TX Frequency 3ch Talk VC1 • Adjustment VC1 so that the reading of the frequency counter is IC, X1, T6,
Adjustment 46.670MHz ± 100Hz. VD1, C35,
C40, VC1
(D) TX Power 3ch Talk T5 • Adjust T5 so that the reading of the RF VTVM is more than 1mW. IC1, Q3,
Adjustment Q4, Q5,
T5, DPX1
(E) RX Sensitivity 3ch Talk T2 1. Apply -60dBm output from S.S.G. (modulation frequency 1KHz, dev. DPX1, T2,
Confirmation (2nd 0KHz). CF1, CF2
IF output)
2. Confirm that the reading of RF VTVM is the maximum value (more than
20mV)
(F) Line Output Level 3ch Talk - 1. Apply -60dBm output from S.S.G. (modulation frequency 1KHz, dev. IC1, Q11
Confirmation 3KHz).
2. Confirm that the reading of AF VTVM is more than 300mV (600Ω load).
(G) Line Input 3ch Talk - 1. Input via loop simulator 1.0KHz, 80mV (measured at T-R) signal. IC1, VD1
Modulation
2. Apply -60dBm output from S.S.G. (modulation frequency 1KHz, dev.
Confirmation
0KHz).
3. Confirm so that the reading of FM Deviation Meter is 2.8KHz ± 0.5KHz.
(H) Noise Squelch 3ch Talk - 1. Measure the SSG output level when the noise squelch changes from Low IC1, DPX1
Confirmation to High.
2. Confirm that the SSG output level is -105dBm ~ -110dBm.

* : The connection of adjustment equipment are as shown in Adjustment Standard (Base Unit) (P.27).
SSG Frequency: 49.86 MHz

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11.4. Adjustment Standard (Base Unit)
When connecting the Simulator and Equipments for checking, please refer to the illustration below.
FM Deviation Audio
Meter (G) Analyzer

Frequency
Counter (C) Confirmation of VCO voltage
RF Volt
(E)
RF Meter
Volt Meter (D) DC Volt Meter
50Ω T.P ( CH change at test mode)
SSG (A), (B)
49.86MHz
RX-VCO TX-VCO

TXPOWER TXGND

R58 R407

R1
Q403

C6 C402

C136
ZD11 C112

Q402
R175 R2

C14
R28
C23

R12

C5
R409

C2
R408

R406

L12
C8
R156
R410

C62 R15 R405

C27
C96 C47 C7

C110
C29
C22

C46 C133
R56 R16 C65

C19
C56 C57
R53 C59 C31 R63
C67 R153 R94
DC12V or C53 R14

C11
R42
AC adaptor R49

ZD12
C99 R403
R158

Q5
R50
C26
Q21

C52
C135

R74

R404
R167

R55 C16

C61
R43 LED1

Q14
Q4
R132 C401

R54

Q3
R3
R185
R35 R402

Q25
R22
C60 R154

R44
C49

C54
C39
1

R401
R4

C9
R5

R10
C51

R46
R40

C125

Q17
C10 C4

ZD10
1
D8 R37
Q401

C37
IC1
C55 C58 R52 C134
C107

C43
R7
R48

R51
R27 R41 C40 C35
R45 R197
R68

R30 R6
R59

R33 R38

R145
C12

Q2
R83

R13
IC2

C25
C28

R131
R62 R146

R36
R11
C24

C18

R155

27
C48 R25 C33
R31 R8

C34
R32 R19 C64
R93

R80 R24 C36 R20

ZD3
R23
R87

R21 R88

C45
AF OSC C109
ZD5 R26
R84
R82

R75

R170
R85
R81
R79
R78
R77

R89

R111
R181
Loop
SIMULATOR R60

Q6
R100

C124

C123

C122
C73
R97

R143
C93
R57
C106
R141
R134

R161

R160
D1
Q7

AF Volt Meter (F)

R86
C44 R109 C92
R135

C3
R180
C132
Q16

C88

C86 R119
R166
Q20
R103 C63
R114
R123 C108

Q11

R117
R149
D9

R148
C79

R112
C85

C77
R115

R108

C120 R188
C128
R126

C82
C121

R187 R18 R122


R66 C90

R110
IC3

C75
R139

C74
R128
R190
1

R124 C87 R138 R189 C111 R129


R104
D10

C129 R105
C101
R150

R65

R127
R159 R133

R191 R194

R193 C69
IC6

R116
R90
C70

R130
R95
C72

R192 C126 R186


C131

R96

Oscilloscope (H)

Note: (A) - (H) is refered to ADJUSTMENTS (BASE UNIT) (P.25)


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12 ADJUSTMENTS (HANDSET)
If your unit have below symptoms, adjust or confirm each item using remedy column from the table.
Symptom Remedy*
The movement of Battery Low Indicator is wrong. Make confirmation in item (A)
The base unit does not respond to a call from the handset. Make adjustments in item (B)
The base unit does not transmit or the transmit frequency is off. Make confirmation in item (C)
The transmit frequency is off. Make adjustments in item (D)
The transmit power output is low, and the operating distance between the base unit and Make confirmation in item (E)
the Handset is less than normal.
The reception sensitivity of the handset is low with noise. Make confirmation item (F)
Does not link between the base unit and the handset. Make confirmation in item (G)
The reception level is high or low. Make confirmation item (H)
The transmit level is high or low. Make confirmation in item (I)

*: Refer to Adjustment (P.29).


Unit condition:
1. Remove the antenna lead wire from P.C Board of the handset.
2. Power Supply: DC 3.9V (DC power supply)
3. Volume: HIGH (When P.C. Board of handset is in test mode, volume condition is medium. Press “LOCATOR” key once.)
4. Speaker Load: 150Ω
CH TX Frequency RX Frequency
CH3 49.860MHz 46.670MHz

12.1. Test Mode Flow Chart (Handset)

Note:
Refet to CIRCUIT BOARD (Handset) (P.69)
Signal Route (P.46)

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12.2. How to change the channel

12.3. Adjustment
Adjustment Items Test Mode Adjustment Procedure Check or
Point Replace
Parts
(A) Battery Low 3ch Talk - 1. Apply 3.50V between BATT(+) and BATT(-). IC1
Confirmation
2. Confirm that there is no flashing of RECHARGE LED.
3. Apply 3.40V between BATT(+) and BATT(-).
4. Confirm that there is flashing of RECHARGE LED.
(B) TX VCO 3ch Talk T6 1. Adjust T6 so that the reading of the Digital Voltmeter is 1.5V ± 0.2V. IC1, X1,
Adjustment T6, VD1
(C) RX VCO 3ch Talk - • The reading of the Digital Voltmeter is 0.8V ~ 3.0V. IC1, X1,
Confirmation L6, C24
(D) TX Frequency 3ch Talk VC1 • Confirm so that the reading of the frequency counter is 49.860MHz ± IC1,
Adjustment 100Hz. DPX1, T5
(E) TX Power 3ch Talk - • Confirm output level should be more than 1dBm on RF VTVM (50Ω load). IC901,
Confirmation DUP901
(F) RX Sensitivity 3ch Talk T3 1. Apply -60dBm output from S.S.G. (modulation frequency 1KHz, dev. DPX1,
Confirmation 0KHz). T3,IC1,
(2nd IF output) CF1, CF2
2. Confirm 2nd IF output so that the reading of RF VTVM is more than
15mV.
(G) Noise Squelch 3ch Talk - 1. Measure the SSG output level when the noise squelch changes from Low IC1, DPX1
Confirmation to High. (modulation frequency 1KHz, dev.3kHz)
2. Confirm that the SSG output level is -105dBm.
(H) Speaker 3ch Talk - 1. Apply -60dBm output from S.S.G. (modulation frequency 1KHz, dev. IC1
Output Level 3KHz).
Confirmation
2. Confirm that SP output level is more than 60mV.
(distortion: less than 5%) (volume High).
(I) Mic Modulation 3ch Talk - 1. Apply a MIC signal (1KHz, 2.5mV at 600Ω load). IC1, VD1
Factor
2. Confirmation so that the reading FM Deviation Meter is 2.2KHz ± 0.4KHz.
Confirmation
(J) Data 3ch Talk - • Confirm for 4.0KHz ~ 6.0KHz FM Deviation Meter reading.
Modulation
Confirmation

The connections of adjustment equipment are as shown in Adjustment Standard (Handset) (P.30).
SSG Frequency: 46.670 MHz

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12.4. Adjustment Standard (Handset)
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When connecting the Simulator and Equipments for checking, please refer to the illustration below.
(Component View)

150Ω AF Volt Meter (H)

R16 C30 R99 R37


L3

R109 R30

C79
R23
R102
R29

R103
C45 R96

REC
C32 C71

R28
C38
C33
R94

R21
C34
R18 C64

R81
R83
C46

R79
R71
R72
R80
R73

X1
R82
C74
R36

C77

Q11

R111
R70

C23
BZ1

R6
C16
BATT1

C76
Q4
R39
R14 R95

VC1
C9 R3

C14
C70
R84

T1
CHG-

Q8
R93

R12
R11 R76

R8
R87
C73
R78
R55

C37
C42
R69
R5 R53

C75
C48

R110
D3 R75
L5

Q7

C27
C31

C26
C8
C49 R77

X3
R74

R108
R63

R54
R56
C69

30
C43
T6
R65

C12
R106 C1 R61 C80

IC2
R67 C72

C15
Q12
C86

DV1
Q9

CF1 R68

Q3
C78 R66 R86

R41
R22 R85

CF2
R46 C58 R57

L6

C56
ZD3

R20

R42
C39
C63

R64

T3

T5
ZD1

R48

R51
R17 X2 C84 R60

C53 R45

C18

C29
D1

Q1
R98
L4

R105

R112
D2

Q2
R19
CHG+

L2

R62

C51
R58

R59
C66
C65
C68
C67

L8
DPX1
R107
L7

DPX3
+

L1
47µF
-
(A) Battery Low
AF-
Oscilloscope Generator
(G) Noise Squelch

Note: (A) - (I) is refered to ADJUSTMENTS (HANDSET) (P.28)


(Flow Solder Side View)

SSG
46.670MHz

(E) RF Millivolt
Meter
50Ω
(D) Frequency
Counter
(F)
Audio (I), (J) FM Deviation RF
Analyzer Meter Volt Meter

TXGND TXPOWER

C4
C11
R113
C3 C89

3
6
9

DIRT
#
R52
CH

C55

R47
R43
PAUSE

C62
REDIAL

C22

C60
C50

R10

R97

Q6
C5
LED1

C59
LED4

Q5
R44

R1 C17
C2

31
R40 C57

C24 C54
8

2
5
0

C6

TALK
LED5
R49

R38

C52
FLASH
LOUD

K11

C7
C88

C85
R2
C61
MIC1

R24 R50

LED2
LED3

C40
C44 C13

IC1
C41
4
7

1
C36
LED6

PROG

TX VCO C21
RINGER

C35

R25
R9

R35 C10
AUTO

C47
R13

C28
(B) DC Volt Meter R26

RX VCO

(C) DC Volt Meter


DC Power
Supply

Note: (A) - (I) is refered to ADJUSTMENTS (HANDSET) (P.28)


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13 RF SPECIFICATION
13.1. Base Unit
Item Value Refer to -.* Remarks
TX Frequency 46.670 MHz ± 100Hz ADJUSTMENTS (BASE UNIT) (C) at CH3
TX Power more than 1mW ADJUSTMENTS (BASE UNIT) (D) at CH3
Line Modulation factor 2.3 kHz~3.3 kHz ADJUSTMENTS (BASE UNIT) (G)
Data Modulation factor 4.0 kHz~6.0 kHz —
Line Output level more than 300mV —

*: Refer to Adjustment (P.26).

13.2. Handset
Item Value Refer to -.** Remarks
TX Frequency 49.860 MHz ± 100Hz ADJUSTMENTS (HANDSET) (D) at CH3
TX Power more than 1dBm ADJUSTMENTS (HANDSET) (E) at CH3 (Antenna
soldering point 50Ω
Load)
Data Modulation factor 4.0 kHz~6.0 kHz ADJUSTMENTS (HANDSET) (J) at CH3
MIC Modulation factor 1.8 kHz/dev~2.6 kHz/dev ADJUSTMENTS (HANDSET) (I) at CH3 (MIC terminal
2.5mV Input)
SP Output level more than 60mV —

**: Refer to Adjustment (P.29).

14 HOW TO CHECK THE HANDSET SPEAKER


1. Prepare the digital voltmeter, and set the selector knob to ohm meter.
2. Put the probes at the speaker terminals as shown below.

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15 FREQUENCY TABLE (MHz)


BASE UNIT PORTABLE UNIT
Channel Transmit Frequency Receive Frequency Transmit Frequency Receive Frequency
1 46.610 49.670 49.670 46.610
2 46.630 49.845 49.845 46.630
3 46.670 49.860 49.860 46.670
4 - - - -
5 - - - -
6 46.770 49.830 49.830 46.770
7 46.830 49.890 49.890 46.830
8 46.870 49.930 49.930 46.870
9 - - - -
10 46.970 49.970 49.970 46.970

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16 EXPLANATION OF CPU DATA COMMUNICATION


16.1. STAND-BY -> TALK, TALK -> STAND-BY

*: The channel is changed if the noise interferes with the conversation.

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16.2. Ringing

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16.3. Changing the Channel

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16.4. Ports for transmitting and receiving of data


Handset: Base Unit:
transmitting (TX) ... 36 Pin transmitting (TX) ... 17 Pin
receiving (RX) ... 4 Pin receiving (RX) ... 10 Pin

16.5. Waveform of DATA used for cordless transmission and reception


The DATA which is transmitted from the Handset to the Base Unit is combination of DATA 0, DATA 1, PSEUD.
The DATA which is transmitted from the Base Unit to the Handset is combination of DATA 0, DATA 1, PSEUD.

16.5.1. Handset

16.5.2. Base Unit

• For example (one of part of data)

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H/S ANTENNA 10.7MHz 455kHz


RF FILTER
CF1, CF2

TELEPHONE LINE
RX VCO
L10, C26
INTERFACE
DUPLEXER
DPX1
RF IC
17
IC1 EXP
RF AMP TEL TEL DIODE
MIX 1/2
Q1, T2 LINE LINE BRIDGE
AMP SW D2, D3, TEL LINE
RX LOOP
RF Q11, IC3 T7 D4, D5
-DATA 14
X1 PLL OSC -CLK COM
-STB

TX LOOP VC1
POWER SUPPLY
RESET CHARGE
DC 5V DC IN
POWER 5V
REGULATOR 12V 150mA
CONTROL
Q2 Q18, Q19 (AC Adaptor)

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RF AMP TX VCO X2 AC DOWN
Q3,Q4, T5 Q5, T6, DV1 DTC
Q402,Q403

VTX RF RX
RESET
-DATA DATA
-CLK DTC
Q401 CHARGE
-STB
TX CONTROL
Q14, Q17
DATA
Q24, Q25
CPU
DC 12V
DC 5V LED IC2
Q21, LED1
CHARGE CHARGE
CONTROL LINE
DTC TERMINAL
Q7
AUDIO SIGNAL

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18 BLOCK DIAGRAM (HANDSET)
Base
ANTENNA
RF FILTER
CF1, CF2

RX VCO
L6, C24
DUPLEXER DC 3.9V
DPX1 RF IC
IC1 SPEAKER CONTROL LINE
EXP
RF AMP REC1
MIX 1/2 AUDIO SIGNAL
Q1, T3
RX LOOP
RF
-DATA MIC
X1 PLL OSC COM
-CLK MC1
-STB

TX LOOP VC1

DC 3.9V
POWER BATTERY
CONTROL 3.9V
Q4

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DIODE
RF AMP TX VCO X3 BRIDGE
Q5, T5 Q9
Q6, T6, DV1
Q200

VTX RF RX DIODE CHARGE


-DATA DATA RESET BRIDGE TERMINAL
-CLK Q11
D1
-STB
TX
DATA CHARGE
CPU DTC
IC2 IC2 PING37
LED
Q8, LED 1-4

BUZZER
Q7, BZ1
KEY BOARD Q12

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19 CIRCUIT OPERATION
19.1. Outline
Base unit consists of the following ICs as shown in BLOCK DIAGRAM.
• CPU:IC2
− Controlling the whole system
− Forming/analyzing all data signals (ACK, CMD signal etc.*)
− All interfaces (ex: LED, KEY, SP, Mic, LCD, Detector Circuit (Charge/ Power Down)
*Refer to EXPLANATION OF CPU DATA COMMUNICATION (P.34).
• RF IC:IC1
− PLL Oscillator
− Detection
− Compress/ Expander
− first/ second mixer
− Amplifier for transmission and reception
• Additionally,
− Power Supply Circuit
− Reset Circuit
− Charge Circuit
− Telephone Line Interface Circuit

Handset consist of the following ICs as shown in BLOCK DIAGRAM.


• CPU: IC2
− All data signals (forming/analyzing ACK or CMD signal*)
− All interfaces (ex; LED, Key, Buzzer, Detector Circuit, Charge, Battery Low)
− RAM for keeping the data (CH Number, ID Code, etc.)
• RF IC:IC1
− PLL Oscillator
− Detector
− Compress/Expander
− first, second mixer
− Amplifier for transmission and reception
*Refer to EXPLANATION OF CPU DATA COMMUNICATION (P.34).

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19.2. Power Supply Circuit


The power supply to the CPU (Digital, Analog) and RF IC from AC Adaptor (+12V) is shown in the diagram below.

The base unit power supply is DC12V. The handset´s power is supplied from 3.6V battery (Nickel-Cadmium battery) which is
installed in the handset.

Power supply for transmitter is turned on by a press of "Talk" key on the handset. During the stand-by mode, the unit stops
transmitting but receives the signal.

Also during on-hook condition (the handset is placed on the base unit), backup power for memory of the last dialed number is
supplied through the battery. The memory of this unit is not backed up by the current from the telephone line.

The base unit DC power supply is regulated by Q18, the CPU power is regulated by Q19. The Q401, Q403 detects AC Adaptor
power failure and maintains the unit security code.

Fig. 1

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19.3. Reset Circuit (Base Unit)


After power supply from AC adaptor, the below circuit is for making reset signal. Refer to the below waveform.

Fig. 2

Fig. 3

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19.4. Charge Circuit


Circuit Operation:
When charging the handset on the base unit, the charge current is as follows;
DC (JK2) → L8 → D6 → Q14 → Q24 → L7 → CHG+(Base) → [CHG+(Handset) → L4 → Q9 → BATT(1)....Battery....BATT(2)
→ L5 → CHG-(Handset)] → CHG-(Base) → L5,
In this way, the CPU on both unit detects the fact that the battery is charged.
The charge current is controlled by switching Q24, Q25 of Base Unit. The battery is charged in normal mode for 15 hours and
then in trickle mode.

19.5. Telephone Line Interface


Function:
• Bell signal detection
• ON/OFF hook and pulse dial circuit
• Side tone circuit
Bell signal detection and OFF HOOK circuit:
In the idle mode, Q103 is open to cut the DC loop current and decrease the ring load. When ring voltage appears at the Tip (T)
and Ring (R) leads (When the telephone rings), the AC ring voltage is transferred as follows:
JK1 (3): T → L6 → R184 → R144 → IC3D (12,13 → 14) → C97 → R148 → Q20 → IC2 (24) [BELL]
JK1 (2): R → L4 → R183 → R152 →↑
When the CPU (DSP) detects a ring signal and press the TALK Key on the handset. Q6 turns on and then RY1 turns on,
thus providing an off-hook condition (active DC current flow through the circuit) and the following signal flow is for the loop
current.
T → R160 → L4 → D2 → RY1 → R107 → T7 → R116 → D5 → L6 → R161 → R [OFF HOOK]
ON HOOK Circuit:
Q6 is open, RY1 disconnected as to cut the DC loop current and to cut the voice signal. The unit is consequently in an on-hook
condition.
Pulse Dial Circuit:
CPU (Hook) turns RY1 ON/OFF to make the pulse dialing via Q6.
Make/Break ratio when dialing with the Handset: 40%:60%
Side Tone Circuit:
Basically this circuit prevents the TX signal from feeding back to RX signal.
As for this unit, TX signal feed back from Q11 is canceled by the cancellor circuit of AGC.

19.6. DTMF
The DTMF signal is generated by five outputs of IC2 (CPU) and output to telephone line through the filter of IC3A which is a
lowpass filter as shown below.
The combination of five outputs “1”, “0” makes 32 (=2 5) level signals and makes smooth waveform after filter like a DTMF
generator.

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19.7. Transmitter/Receiver
Base Unit and Handset are mainly consists of RF(Radio Frequency) IC and CPU.
Base Unit and Handset transmit/receive voice signal and data signal through the antenna on carrier frequency.
Signal Pass :
*Refer to CDL TX/RX in Signal Route (P.46).

19.7.1. Base to Handset


Circuit Operation:
The voice signal input from the TEL LINE interface goes to RF IC as shown in
BLOCK DIAGRAM (BASE UNIT) (P.38).
In the talk mode (off-hook) condition, the telephone line voice signal passes through D2, D3, D4, D5, RY1 (Relay), R107 and
T7.
The other party´s voice signal is coupled with T7 and amplified by Q11 and led to IC3-B (OP Amplifier device).

And the signal goes through the compressor of RF IC, it is output to transmitter circuit.
The signal of the data sent to the handset is applied in the anode of the variable capacitor diode (VARICAP : DV1).
The capacitor of VARICAP is changing in accordance with the voice signal from telephone line interface or TX DATA signal from
CPU. Therefore, the carrier frequency which is generated by TXVCO will be changing, and Frequency modulated RF
signal is generated and amplified by RF AMP(Q3, Q4, T5). It pass through the Duplexer DPX1 and radiated from Antenna.

The signal is transmitted from the base unit and received by the handset antenna and amplified by RF amplifier (Q1) through
DPX1 as shown in BLOCK DIAGRAM (HANDSET) (P.39). And then it is converted to 10.7 MHz and 455 KHz Intermediate
frequency by RF IC and related components.
The demodulated audio signal is output from RF IC (DET OUT) and passed through "Expander" process to reduce noise, then
voice signal amplified by "Receiver amplifier" is output to receiver (REC1).
The receiver loudness is adjustable using "LOUD" key on the handset. Q2 controls the volume. When CPU (VOL1)
becomes low, the volume becomes "HIGH", while CPU (VOL1) becomes high, the volume becomes "LOW".

TX data (to Handset)


CPU (VTX) becomes low to turn on the transmission power transistor Q2, and CPU (TX-data) sends data signal. It is
FM-modulated by TXVCO and driven by RF AMP, then transmitted to the handset.

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19.7.2. Handset to Base


Circuit Operation:
The voice signal from the handset user is picked up by the microphone (MC1), voice signal passes through "Compressor"
process to reduce noise as shown in BLOCK DIAGRAM (HANDSET) (P.39). And the voice is FM-modulated by
VARICAP (DV1).
The carrier frequency is generated by TX VCO. The transmitter power transistor Q4 is turned on/off by CPU (VTX).
The carrier signal is amplified by RF AMP and sent to the handset duplexer and antenna.

The signal of 49MHz band (49.670~49.97MHz) which is input from ANT is filtered at DPX1 as shown in
BLOCK DIAGRAM (BASE UNIT) (P.38), then it is input to RF IC.
The signal input to RF IC is converted through Mixer inside of RF IC, RF filter (CF1, CF2) and Expander.

The signal is transmitted from the handset and received by the base unit antenna and amplified by RF amplifier Q1, then
it is converted to10.7 MHz and 455 KHz Intermediate by RF IC. The demodulated audio signal is output from RF IC
(DET OUT) and passed through "Expander" process to reduce noise, then voice signal is led to LINE AMP. The signal is
passed through TELEPHONE INTERFACE and Tel-line.

RX data (from Handset):


The data signal from handset (ex: Talk, ACK, COM) is also included in 49 MHz band same as the voice data. After second if
filter, the data signal is made square shape by data limiting AMP of the RF IC. RX data is output to CPU (RX Data).

19.7.3. RF signal operation/control and PLL operation (RF UNIT)


Base unit radio frequency signal received by antenna passes through duplexer (DPX1).
RF signal is amplified by RF AMP. RF signal received from RF IC is mixed with RX local frequency at Mixer to generate
10.7 MHz wide band IF. The reference frequency is generated by X1 10.245 MHz crystal. VC1 is the reference frequency
for adjustment. The 10.7 MHz is mixed with reference and 455KHz narrow band IF is generated. The demodulation audio signal
is adjusted to the maximum at T1. RF IC is controlled by CPU (RF_STB, DATA, CLK). The RX local frequency is generated
by RXVCO.

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19.8. Signal Route


Each signal route is as follows.

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20 CIRCUIT OPERATION (HANDSET)


20.1. Reset Circuit (Handset)
The power of handset is supplied by battery.
Whenever the battery is recharged or inserted, the impulse at CHG+ becomes Reset signal through Q11, and sent to CPU.

Fig. 4

Fig. 5

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20.2. Battery Low / Power Down Detector


Circuit Operation:
“Battery Low” and “Power Down” are detected by RF IC which check the voltage from battery. Shortly, every detected blocks
are inside of RF IC. The detected voltage is as follows;
• Battery Low
Battery voltage : V(Batt) < 3.457V
The CPU detects this level and “Recharge battery” LED starts flashing.
• Power Down
Battery voltage : V(Batt) < 3.0V
The output of RF IC (P-DOWN) becomes low level, then CPU stops working to keep the data (CH number, ID Code, etc.)

Fig. 6

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21 CPU DATA (Base Unit)


21.1. IC2

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22 CPU DATA (Handset)


22.1. IC2

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23 RF IC (Base Unit and Handset)


23.1. IC1

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24 HOW TO REPLACE FLAT 24.3. Modification Procedure of


PACKAGE IC Bridge
1. Add a small amount of solder to the bridged pins.
24.1. Preparation 2. With a hot iron, use a sweeping motion along the flat part of
• PbF (: Pb free) Solder the pin to draw the solder from between the adjacent pads.
• Soldering Iron
Tip Temperature of 700°F ± 20°F (370°C ± 10°C)
Note: We recommend a 30 to 40 Watt soldering iron. An
expert may be able to use a 60 to 80 Watt iron where
someone with less experience could overheat and damage
the PCB foil.
• Flux
Recommended Flux: Specific Gravity → 0.82.
Type → RMA (lower residue, non-cleaning type)
Note: See ABOUT LEAD FREE SOLDER (PbF: Pb free)
(P.4).

24.2. Procedure
1. Tack the flat pack IC to the PCB by temporarily soldering
two diagonally opposite pins in the correct positions on the
PCB.

Be certain each pin is located over the


correct pad on the PCB.
2. Apply flux to all of the pins on the IC.

3. Being careful to not unsolder the tack points, slide the


soldering iron along the tips of the pins while feeding
enough solder to the tip so that it flows under the pins as
they are heated.

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25 CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS LOCATION (BASE


UNIT)

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26 CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS LOCATION


(HANDSET)

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27 ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS

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28 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST


Note:
28.1.2. MAIN P.C.BOARD PARTS
1. RTL (Retention Time Limited)
Ref. Part No. Part Name & Description Remarks
The marking (RTL) indicates that the Retention Time is No.
limited for this item. PCB1 PQWPC2000SAH MAIN P.C.BOARD ASS´Y (RTL)
(ICS)
After the discontinuation of this assembly in production, the
IC1 SA133122409 IC
item will continue to be available for a specific period of IC2 SA138740C28 IC
time. The retention period of availability depends on the IC3 SA1S0032402 IC
type of assembly and the laws governing parts and product IC5 AB1L0081715 IC
retention. IC6 AN6183S IC S
(TRANSISTORS)
At the end of this period, the assembly will no longer be Q1 BB230024104 TRANSISTOR(SI)
available. Q2 SB0I0390601 TRANSISTOR(SI)
Q3 SB110390405 TRANSISTOR(SI)
2. Important safety notice
Q4 SB110390405 TRANSISTOR(SI)
Components identified by the mark indicates special Q5 SB110390405 TRANSISTOR(SI)
characteristics important for safety. When replacing any of Q6 SB1I0390408 TRANSISTOR(SI)
Q7 SB1I0390408 TRANSISTOR(SI)
these components, only use specified manufacture´s parts.
Q10 BB010009408 TRANSISTOR(SI)
3. The S mark indicates service standard parts and may differ Q11 SB1I0390408 TRANSISTOR(SI)
from production parts. Q12 BB110004408 TRANSISTOR(SI)
Q14 SB0I0390601 TRANSISTOR(SI)
4. RESISTORS & CAPACITORS Q15 BB110004408 TRANSISTOR(SI)
Unless otherwise specified; Q16 SB1I0390408 TRANSISTOR(SI)
Q17 SB1I0390408 TRANSISTOR(SI)
All resistors are in ohms (Ω) K=1000Ω, M=1000kΩ Q18 BB1M0390401 TRANSISTOR(SI)
All capacitors are in MICRO FARADS (µF) P=µµF Q19 BB1M0390401 TRANSISTOR(SI)
Q20 SB1I0390408 TRANSISTOR(SI)
*Type & Wattage of Resistor Q21 SB1I0390408 TRANSISTOR(SI)
Q24 BB1M0390401 TRANSISTOR(SI)
Q25 SB1I0390408 TRANSISTOR(SI)
Q401 SB1I0390408 TRANSISTOR(SI)
Q402 SB0I0390601 TRANSISTOR(SI)
Q403 SB1I0390408 TRANSISTOR(SI)
(DIODES)
D1 SC1GM414809 DIODE(SI)
D2 BC2W0400401 DIODE(SI)
D3 BC2W0400401 DIODE(SI)
D4 BC2W0400401 DIODE(SI)
D5 BC2W0400401 DIODE(SI)
D6 BC2W0400401 DIODE(SI)
D7 VA02700A401 DIODE(SI)
D8 SC1GM414809 DIODE(SI)
D11 SC1GM414809 DIODE(SI)
D404 BC4579C7V50 DIODE(SI)
DV1 BC6K0025101 DIODE(SI)
ZD1 BC050474801 DIODE(SI)
ZD2 BC050474801 DIODE(SI)
ZD3 SC4555C4V71 DIODE(SI)
ZD4 BC4579C8V21 DIODE(SI)
ZD5 SC4555C4V71 DIODE(SI)
ZD6 BC4579C2702 DIODE(SI)
ZD7 BC4579C2702 DIODE(SI)
28.1. Base Unit ZD8 BC4579C5V65 DIODE(SI)
ZD9 BC4579C5V65 DIODE(SI)
28.1.1. CABINET AND ELECTRICAL ZD10 SC4555C1506 DIODE(SI)
PARTS ZD11 SV110201203 DIODE(SI)
ZD12 SC4555C1506 DIODE(SI)
Ref. Part No. Part Name & Description Remarks (LED)
No. LED1 SC5E0192115 LED
1 PQJT10180Z CHARGE TERMINAL (COILS)
2 PQHR10998Z LED LENS L1 PQLQZK1R5J COIL
3 PQGT16794Z NAME LABEL L4 PQLQZK120J COIL
4 PQQT22633Z CHARGE LABEL L5 PQLQZK120J COIL
5 PQBC10389Z1 LOCATOR BUTTON L6 PQLQZK120J COIL
6 PQKE10335Y1 HOOK LEVER L7 PQLQZK120J COIL
7 PQKF10597Z1 LOWER CABINET L8 PQLQZK120J COIL
8 PQKM10607Z1 UPPER CABINET L9 PQLQZK120J COIL
9 PQSA10105Y ANTENNA L10 PQLQZKR68J COIL
10 PQKL10056Z1 WALL MOUNT ADAPTOR DPX1 BDFL0104605 COIL
11 LCBT9300013 FOOT RUBBER (JACKS)

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Ref. Part No. Part Name & Description Remarks Ref. Part No. Part Name & Description Remarks
No. No.
JK1 DC72P120018 JACK R64 ERDS2TJ103 10K
JK2 DC71P120023 JACK R65 ERJ3GEYJ106 10M
(CERAMIC CAPACITORS) R66 ERJ3GEYJ106 10M
C76 CATZ681KC68 CERAMIC CAPACITOR R68 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K
C80 CATZ681KC68 CERAMIC CAPACITOR R74 ERJ3GEY0R00 0
C104 CA0Z104Z435 CERAMIC CAPACITOR R75 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K
(CERAMIC FILTERS) R77 ERJ3GEYJ203 20K
CF1 BDFA107MA07 CERAMIC FILTER R78 ERJ3GEYJ393 39K
CF2 BDFJ0455E00 CERAMIC FILTER R79 ERJ3GEYJ823 82K
(CRYSTAL OSCILLATORS) R80 ERJ3GEYJ222 2.2K
X1 BD1H1024503 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR R81 ERJ3GEYJ164 160K
X2 BD5H0795210 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR R82 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K
(TRANSFORMERS) R83 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K
T1 CLIP1200053 TRANSFORMER R84 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K
T2 CLIP1200177 TRANSFORMER R85 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K
T5 CLIP1200029 TRANSFORMER R86 ERJ3GEYJ473 47K
T6 CLIP1200045 TRANSFORMER R87 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K
T7 DG0P1200043 TRANSFORMER R88 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K
(RESISTORS) R89 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K
R1 ERJ3GEYJ470 47 R90 ERJ3GEYJ304 300K
R2 ERJ3GEYJ331 330 R93 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K
R3 ERJ3GEYJ153 15K R95 ERJ3GEYJ392 3.9K
R4 ERJ3GEYJ822 8.2K R96 ERJ3GEYJ274 270K
R5 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K R97 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K
R6 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K R100 ERJ3GEYJ222 2.2K
R7 ERJ3GEYJ334 330K R103 ERJ3GEYJ223 22K
R8 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K R104 ERJ3GEYJ472 4.7K
R10 ERJ3GEYJ393 39K R105 ERJ3GEYJ822 8.2K
R11 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K R106 ERDS2TJ220 22
R12 ERJ3GEYJ101 100 R108 ERJ3GEYJ472 4.7K
R13 ERJ3GEYJ623 62K R109 ERJ3GEYJ334 330K
R14 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K R110 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K
R15 ERJ3GEYJ562 5.6K R111 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K
R16 ERJ3GEYJ153 15K R112 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K
R18 ERJ3GEYJ272 2.7K R114 ERJ3GEYJ223 22K
R19 ERJ3GEYJ124 120K R115 ERJ3GEYJ563 56K
R20 ERJ3GEYJ105 1M R117 ERJ3GEYJ106 10M
R21 ERJ3GEYJ393 39K R118 ERDS2TJ121 120
R22 ERJ3GEYJ472 4.7K R119 ERJ3GEYJ823 82K
R23 ERJ3GEYJ563 56K R122 ERJ3GEYJ511 510
R24 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K R123 ERJ3GEYJ203 20K
R25 ERJ3GEYJ124 120K R124 ERJ3GEYJ200 20
R26 ERJ3GEYJ473 47K R126 ERJ3GEYJ301 300
R27 ERJ3GEYJ820 82 R127 ERJ3GEYJ106 10M
R28 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K R128 ERJ3GEYJ106 10M
R30 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K R129 ERJ3GEYJ133 13K
R31 ERJ3GEYJ473 47K R130 ERJ3GEYJ200 20
R32 ERJ3GEYJ105 1M R131 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K
R33 ERJ3GEYJ101 100 R132 ERJ3GEYJ222 2.2K
R35 ERJ3GEYJ101 100 R133 ERJ3GEYJ820 82
R36 ERJ3GEYJ224 220K R134 ERJ3GEYJ472 4.7K
R37 ERJ3GEYJ101 100 R138 ERJ3GEYJ821 820
R38 ERJ3GEYJ823 82K R139 ERJ3GEYJ106 10M
R40 ERJ3GEYJ223 22K R141 ERJ3GEYJ512 5.1K
R41 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K R142 ERDS2TJ220 22
R42 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K R143 ERJ3GEYJ514 510K
R43 ERJ3GEYJ393 39K R144 ERDS2TJ206 20M
R44 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K R145 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K
R45 ERJ3GEYJ334 330K R146 ERJ3GEYJ153 15K
R46 ERJ3GEYJ222 2.2K R148 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K
R48 ERJ3GEYJ223 22K R149 ERJ3GEYJ182 1.8K
R49 ERJ3GEYJ753 75K R150 ERJ3GEYJ514 510K
R50 ERJ3GEYJ822 8.2K R152 ERDS2TJ206 20M
R51 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K R153 ERJ3GEYJ105 1M
R52 ERJ3GEYJ684 680K R154 ERJ3GEYJ470 47
R53 ERJ3GEYJ153 15K R155 ERJ3GEYJ470 47
R55 ERJ3GEYJ681 680 R156 ERJ3GEYJ470 47
R56 ERJ3GEYJ222 2.2K R159 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K
R57 ERJ3GEYJ224 220K R160 ERJ3GEY0R00 0
R58 ERJ3GEYJ221 220 R161 ERJ3GEY0R00 0
R59 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K R166 ERJ3GEYJ470 47
R60 ERJ3GEYJ223 22K R167 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K
R63 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K R170 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K

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Ref. Part No. Part Name & Description Remarks Ref. Part No. Part Name & Description Remarks
No. No.
R172 ERDS2TJ223 22K C50 ECEA1CKA220 22
R173 ERDS2TJ102 1K C51 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
R174 ERDS2TJ102 1K C52 ECUV1C223KBV 0.022
R175 ERJ3GEY0R00 0 C53 ECUV1H050CCV 5P
R180 ERJ3GEYJ563 56K C54 ECUV1H010CCV 1P
R181 ERJ3GEYJ271 270 C55 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
R187 ERJ3GEYJ823 82K C56 ECUV1H050CCV 5P
R188 ERJ3GEYJ183 18K C57 ECUV1H390JCV 39P
R190 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K C58 ECUV1H682KBV 0.0068
R191 ERJ3GEYJ683 68K C59 ECUV1H390JCV 39P
R192 ERJ3GEYJ124 120K C60 ECUV1H100DCV 10P S
R193 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K C61 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
R194 ERJ3GEY0R00 0 C62 ECUV1H390JCV 39P
R195 ERDS1TJ472 4.7K C63 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
R197 ERJ3GEYJ223 22K C64 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
R401 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K C65 ECUV1H220JCV 22P
R402 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K C66 ECEA0JKA102 1000
R403 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K C67 ECUV1H220JCV 22P
R404 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K C69 ECUV1H271KBV 270P
R405 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K C70 ECUV1C223KBV 0.022
R406 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K C72 ECUV1C223KBV 0.022
R407 ERJ3GEYJ472 4.7K C73 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
R408 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K C74 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
R409 ERJ3GEYJ824 820K C75 ECUV1H153KBV 0.015
R410 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K C77 ECUV1H151JCV 150P
D10 ERJ3GEY0R00 0 C78 ECEA1AKA471 470
L12 ERJ3GEY0R00 0 C79 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
C126 ERJ3GEY0R00 0 C82 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
(CAPACITORS) C85 ECUV1A474KBV 0.47
C1 ECEA1AU470 47 C86 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
C2 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1 C88 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
C4 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 C90 ECUV1A474KBV 0.47
C6 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1 C91 ECEA1HKS010 1 S
C7 ECUV1H102KBV 0.001 C92 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
C8 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1 C93 ECUV1H562KBV 0.0056
C9 ECUV1H471JCV 470P S C94 ECEA1AKA101 100
C10 ECUV1H471JCV 470P S C95 ECEA1EKA471 470
C11 ECUV1C474ZFV 0.47 C96 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
C12 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 C97 ECEA1HKA4R7 4.7
C15 ECEA1HKA2R2 2.2 C98 ECEA1CKA220 22
C16 ECUV1H270JCV 27P C99 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
C17 ECEA1CKA100 10 C100 CJB21004K00 1
C18 ECUV1H473MDV 0.047 S C101 ECUV1H562KBV 0.0056
C19 ECUV1H102KBV 0.001 C102 ECEA1EKA221 220
C20 ECEA1HKA2R2 2.2 C103 ECEA1AKA470 47
C22 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 C105 ECEA1AKA101 100
C23 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 C106 ECUV1A105ZFV 1
C24 ECUV1C223ZFV 0.022 C107 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
C25 ECUV1H153KBV 0.015 C108 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
C26 ECUV1H8R2CCV 8.2 C109 ECUV1H682KBV 0.0068
C27 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 C111 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
C28 ECUV1H153KBV 0.015 C120 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
C29 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1 C121 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
C30 ECEA1HKA2R2 2.2 C122 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
C31 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 C123 ECUV1C474ZF 0.47
C32 ECEA1HKA2R2 2.2 C124 ECUV1A105ZFV 1
C33 ECUV1H101JCV 100P C128 ECUV1C104KBV 0.1
C34 ECUV1H331JC 330P S C129 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
C35 ECUV1H180JCV 18P C130 ECEA1HKS010 1 S
C36 ECUV1H101JCV 100P C131 ECUV1C104KBV 0.1
C37 ECUV1H151JCV 150P C134 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
C38 ECEA1CKA100 10 C135 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
C39 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 C136 ECUV1H020CCV 2P
C40 ECUV1H270JCV 27P C401 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
C41 ECEA1AKA470 47 C402 ECUV1A474KBV 0.47
C42 ECEA1HKA2R2 2.2 (OTHERS)
C43 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 R107 CQ63022RJ23 VARIABLE RESISTOR
C44 ECUV1H472KBV 0.0047 R113 CQ52033RT27 VARIABLE RESISTOR
C45 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 R151 CQ526801J29 VARIABLE RESISTOR
C46 ECUV1H102KBV 0.001 RY1 DCR000105H7 RELAY
C47 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 SW1 DETP1200017 PUSH SWITCH
C48 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 VC1 CR01020RRT8 TRIMMER CAPACITOR
C49 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 ZNR1 VA107D271K1 VARISTOR

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Ref. Part No. Part Name & Description Remarks


28.2. Handset No.
T3 CLIP1200070 TRANSFORMER
28.2.1. CABINET AND ELECTRICAL T5 CLIP1200061 TRANSFORMER
T6 CLIP1200088 TRANSFORMER
PARTS (RESISTORS)
R1 ERJ3GEYJ331 330
Ref. Part No. Part Name & Description Remarks
No. R2 ERJ3GEYJ153 15K
101 PQJT10182Z CHARGE TERMINAL R3 ERJ3GEYJ682 6.8K
102 PQGT16795Z NAME LABEL R5 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K
103 PQKF10535Y1 REAR CABINET R6 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K
104 PQKK10124Z1 BATTERY COVER R8 ERJ3GEYJ224 220K
105 PQKM10510Z1 FRONT CABINET R9 ERJ3GEYJ823 82K
106 PQSA10130X ANTENNA R10 ERJ3GEYJ331 330
107 PQSX10191Z KEYBOARD SWITCH R11 ERJ3GEYJ562 5.6K
108 PQXA36ASVC BATTERY R12 ERJ3GEYJ224 220K
109 FH1T1200011 CUSHION, URETHANE FORM R13 ERJ3GEYJ433 43K
110 CG2P1200021 SPEAKER R14 ERJ3GEYJ153 15K
111 FE4T1200019 SPEAKER NET R16 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K
112 FH2T1200012 BUZZER SHEET R17 ERJ3GEYJ512 5.1K
113 PQHR10896Z LIGHT PIPE R18 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K
R19 ERJ3GEYJ472 4.7K
R21 ERJ3GEYJ473 47K
28.2.2. MAIN P.C.BOARD PARTS R23 ERJ3GEYJ513 51K
R24 ERJ3GEYJ472 4.7K
Ref. Part No. Part Name & Description Remarks
No. R25 ERJ3GEYJ563 56K
PCB100 PQWPC2000SAR MAIN P.C.BOARD ASS´Y (RTL) R26 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K
(ICS) R28 ERJ3GEYJ274 270K
IC1 SA133122409 IC R29 ERJ3GEYJ682 6.8K
IC2 SA138780C03 IC R30 ERJ3GEY0R00 0
(TRANSISTORS) R34 ERJ3GEYJ224 220K
Q1 BB230024104 TRANSISTOR(SI) R35 ERJ3GEYJ473 47K
Q2 SB1I0390408 TRANSISTOR(SI) R36 ERJ3GEYJ202 2K
Q4 SB0I0390601 TRANSISTOR(SI) R37 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K
Q5 SB110390405 TRANSISTOR(SI) R38 ERJ3GEYJ470 47
Q6 SB110390405 TRANSISTOR(SI) R39 ERJ3GEYJ224 220K
Q7 SB0I0390601 TRANSISTOR(SI) R40 ERJ3GEYJ101 100
Q8 SB1I0390408 TRANSISTOR(SI) R41 ERJ3GEYJ124 120K
Q9 SB1I0390408 TRANSISTOR(SI) R42 ERJ3GEYJ223 22K
Q11 SB1I0390408 TRANSISTOR(SI) R43 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K
Q12 SB1I0390408 TRANSISTOR(SI) R44 ERJ3GEYJ393 39K
(DIODES) R45 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K
D1 SC1GM414809 DIODE(SI) R46 ERJ3GEYJ514 510K
D3 SC1GM414809 DIODE(SI) R47 ERJ3GEYJ222 2.2K
DV1 BC6K0025101 DIODE(SI) R48 ERJ3GEYJ223 22K
ZD1 BC4579C1005 DIODE(SI) R49 ERJ3GEYJ473 47K
ZD3 SC455C5V601 DIODE(SI) R50 ERJ3GEYJ822 8.2K
(LEDS) R51 ERJ3GEYJ272 2.7K
LED1 SC5E0192115 LED R52 ERJ3GEYJ222 2.2K
LED2 SC5E0192115 LED R53 ERJ3GEYJ820 82
LED3 SC5E0192115 LED R54 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K
LED4 SC5E0192115 LED R55 ERJ3GEYJ221 220
LED5 SC5E0192115 LED R56 ERJ3GEYJ122 1.2K
LED6 SC5E0192123 LED R57 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K
(COILS) R58 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K
L2 PQLQZK120J COIL R59 ERJ3GEYJ222 2.2K
L3 PQLQZK120J COIL R60 ERJ3GEYJ222 2.2K
L4 PQLQZK120J COIL R61 ERJ3GEYJ331 330
L5 PQLQZK120J COIL R62 ERJ3GEYJ222 2.2K
L6 PQLQZKR68J COIL R63 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K
L7 SH590121N75 COIL R64 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K
DPX1 BDFL0104613 COIL R65 ERJ3GEYJ331 330
(CONNECTOR) R66 ERJ3GEYJ222 2.2K
BATT1 DCB002X1164 CONNECTOR R67 ERJ3GEYJ222 2.2K
(CERAMIC CAPACITOR) R68 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K
L1 CATZ68RJ607 CERAMIC CAPACITOR R69 ERJ3GEYJ222 2.2K
(CERAMIC FILTERS) R70 ERJ3GEYJ222 2.2K
CF1 BDFA107MA07 CERAMIC FILTER R72 ERJ3GEYJ105 1M
CF2 BDFJ0455E00 CERAMIC FILTER R74 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K
(CRYSTAL OSCILLATORS) R75 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K
X1 BD5H1024501 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR R76 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K
X2 BD8Z3276800 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR R77 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K
X3 BD5H0399101 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR R78 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K
(TRANSFORMERS) R79 ERJ3GEYJ105 1M
T1 CLIP1200053 TRANSFORMER R81 ERJ3GEYJ105 1M

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Ref. Part No. Part Name & Description Remarks Ref. Part No. Part Name & Description Remarks
No. No.
R82 ERJ3GEY0R00 0 C59 ECUV1H390JCV 39P
R83 ERJ3GEY0R00 0 C60 ECUV1H270JCV 27P
R84 ERJ3GEYJ105 1M C61 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
R85 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K C62 ECUV1H390JCV 39P
R86 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K C63 ECEA1AKS101 100
R87 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K C64 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
R93 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K C65 ECUV1H150JCV 15P
R94 ERJ3GEYJ334 330K C66 ECUV1H150JCV 15P
R95 ERJ3GEYJ393 39K C67 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
R96 ERJ3GEYJ470 47 C68 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
R97 ERJ3GEYJ154 150K C69 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
R98 ERJ3GEYJ475 4.7M C70 ECUV1H330JCV 33P
R99 ERJ3GEYJ472 4.7K C71 ECUV1H330JCV 33P
R103 ERJ3GEYJ105 1M C72 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
R105 ERJ3GEYJ103 10K C73 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
R106 ERJ3GEYJ820 82 C74 ECUV1H473MDV 0.047 S
R107 ERJ3GEYJ222 2.2K C75 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
R108 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K C76 ECUV1H471JCV 470P S
R109 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K C77 ECUV1H471JCV 470P S
R110 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K C78 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
R111 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K C79 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
R112 ERJ3GEYJ102 1K C80 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
(CAPACITORS) C84 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
C1 ECEA1EK470 47 S C85 ECUV1A105ZFV 1
C2 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1 C86 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
C5 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1 C88 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
C6 ECUV1H102KBV 0.001 C89 ECUV1H050CCV 5P
C7 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1 R102 ECUV1E333KBV 0.033
C8 ECUV1H473MDV 0.047 S (OTHERS)
C9 ECUV1H102KBV 0.001 E101 CK15HC12G28 RINGER
C12 ECEA1HKS2R2 2.2 S E102 CGAP1200019 MICROPHONE
C13 ECUV1H270JCV 27P E103 PQJT10183Z CHARGE CONTACT S
C14 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 VC1 CR01020RRT8 TRIMMER CAPACITOR
C15 ECEA1CKA100 10
C16 ECUV1H473MDV 0.047 S
C17 ECUV1H102KBV 0.001
28.3. ACCESSORIES AND PACKING
C18
C21
ECEA1HKS2R2
ECUV1E223KBV
2.2
0.022
S MATERIALS
C22 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 Ref. Part No. Part Name & Description Remarks
C23 ECUV1H102KBV 0.001 No.
C24 ECUV1H120JCV 12P A1 PQJA10075Z TEL CORD
C26 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 A2 PQLV16BXY AC ADAPTOR
C27 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1 A3 PQQX13676Z INSTRUCTION BOOK
C28 ECUV1H332KBV 0.0033 P1 PQPP10104Z PROTECTION COVER (for BASE
C29 ECEA1HKS2R2 2.2 S UNIT)
C30 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1 P2 PQPP10105Z PROTECTION COVER (for
HANDSET)
C31 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
P3 PQPK14111Z GIFT BOX
C32 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1
P4 PQPD10579Z CUSHION, AC ADAPTOR
C33 ECUV1H333KDV 0.033 S
C34 ECUV1H101JCV 100P
C35 ECUV1H681JCV 680P S
C36 ECUV1H200JCV 20P
C37 ECEA1CKA100 10
C38 ECUV1H151JCV 150P
C39 ECUV1H151JCV 150P
C40 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
C41 ECUV1H180JCV 18P
C42 ECEA1EK470 47 S
C43 ECEA1HKS2R2 2.2 S
C44 ECUV1A105ZFV 1
C45 ECUV1C683KBV 0.068
C47 ECUV1H682KBV 0.0068
C48 ECEA1EK470 47 S
C49 ECUV1C223KBV 0.022
C50 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
C51 ECEA1CKA100 10
C52 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
C53 ECUV1C223KBV 0.022
C54 ECUV1H100DCV 10P S
C55 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01
C56 ECUV1H010CCV 1P
C57 ECUV1H150JCV 15P
C58 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01

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29 FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


29.1. Base Unit (SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Base Unit))
1. DC voltage measurements are taken with an oscilloscope or a tester with a ground.
2. The schematic diagrams and circuit board may be modified at any time with the development of new technology.
Important Safety Notice:
Components identified by mark have special characteristics important for safety. When replacing
any of these components, use only the manufacturer´s specified parts.

29.2. Handset (SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Handset))


1. DC voltage measurements are taken with an oscilloscope or a tester with a ground.
2. The schematic diagrams and circuit board may be modified at any time with the development of new technology.

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30 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Base Unit)
KX-TC2000SAB

30.1. Base Unit


VREG
C63
K103 R57 R58 R59 R60 L11
C0603 220K 220 100K 22K
R0603 VCPU
R0603 R0603 R0603 JUMP
C64 C135 C104 5MM
Z104 R153 C66
Z104 R62 R63 C134
LED1 C0603 R158 1M K103
K103 C0603 NA 100K C65 1000uF/6.3V +
CHARGE R159 NA R0603 EC10/5 C0603
C0603 R0603 R0603 J22P
LED 100K C0603
R64 R0603 X2 C67 R68
10K 1/4W R74 100K
R0603 +5V 0 R185 R0603
19-21VGC/ Q21 R167 R0603
VCC 28 1 OSCO 7.952 J22P NA
SOT-23 10K VDD XOUT
TR8 GREEN RESET 27 2 OSCI XTAL\10 C0603 R0603
R0603 RST XIN
CHG LD 26 3 TEST
25 P10 TEST 4 POW F
CHAG-CNTL P11 P67
24 5 DTMF4 R75 10K R0603
RINGDET 23 P12 P66 DTMF3
SW1 6 R77 20K R0603 Q6
PAGE PAGE 22 P13 P65 7 DTMF2 R78 39K R0603 SOT-23
SW2P HOOK 21 P14 P64 8 DTMF1 R79 82K R0603
R80 2K2 R0603 VTX 20 P15 P63 9 DTMF0 R81 160K R0603
VTX R82 10K CNDET 19 P16 P62 10 RXDATA R83 10K
CR-DET CHG D 18 P17 P61 COUT1 RX DATA
R0603 11 R0603
TX D 17 P72 P60 STROBE R85 10K
R84 10K 12 R86
TX DATA P MUTE 16 P73 P77 DATA RF-STB
R87 1K R0603 13 R0603 47K
PMUTE CLOCK 15 P74 P76 RF-DATA
R0603 R89 10K 14 R88 10K R0603
C106 RF-CLK P75 VSS R90
Q7 R0603 R0603
Z105 1Vp-p 300K C70
SOT-23 R96
C0603 IC2 0V K223
R0603 270K
DIP28 R93 R94 C0603
R406 R95 R0603
D404 L3 100K NA 8MHz
R100 Q402 R0603 R0603 C69
C73 7.5V 100K JUMP 3K9
2K2 R402 R401 K270P
Z104 R97 C403 5MM R0603 C72
C0603 R0603 + R407 C0603 K223
1K 100k 1K C401 0V
Q403 IC3A C0603
Z104

11
R0603 R408 4.7K R403
C402 - 2 C111
Q401

NA
K474 1 K103
10K 100K 3
R404 + R0603
SOT-23 VREG
100K C74 R103
R104 R180 22K

4
R409 Z104
C107 4K7 56K R0603
R405
Z104 R0603 SIP14 R0603
R410 820K 100K C0603
R172
10K C108
22K L10 +12V
Z104 R0603
C75 R105
EXPO
K153 8.2K
VREG C0603 R0603 ZD1 ZD2
COMP VB L4
VB RY1 TP
R166 R109 R106 D1
ZD12
ZD9 IC3B 47 C77
22V/1W 22V/1W 500 OHM
D\362
5V6 SIP14 330K VREG ZD7.5 ZD7.5 RY1 12uH
22 1/4W

7
R0603 R0603 J150P C76 L10 R160

62
D\362 R108 R10 JK1
13V to 5V C0603 D2 D3 680P 500V 0
4K7 R107
R110 D10B D10B CC6\5 R0805
15V/0.5W R0603 +12V ZD3 22 2W 1
11 4 100K
While charging ZD7.5 4V7 R111 R15 2

+
-
+ 270 C122 C3 R0603
CHARGE-- L5 + C102 R181 1K Z104 NC D4 D5 C80 3

5
6
0V C79 T7 Q10 ZNR1 R161 4
220UF/ C78 R0603 R0603 1 C0603 TO-92\EBC D10B D10B 0
Z104 6 270V
12uH C82 25V 470UF/10V ZD5 R112 PMUTE R0805 LINE JACK 4C
TP C0603 ZNR\7K 680P 500V
EC10/5 EC10/5 5 2 1K L6
ZD10 L10 4V7 CC6\5 LINE\JK1
D\362 R0603
15V/0.5W R113
Z104 4 3 12uH
ZD7.5 C0603
R114 C124 C123 33/1W L10 TP
Z105 Z474 R12.5
PULSE IC3 PIN7
IC5

+
From H/S CHARGE+ 22K R115 C0603 C0603 DIAL
L7 C105 DIP4 R127
R0603 R116
D7 TP 12uH R118 100UF/10V 10M R117
2700V 120 1/2W 56K NA 0603
L10 EC5/5
R12.5 R0603 R119
JK1 R0603 10M
Q11 C85 82K
To H/S R0603 Q12 R0603
SOT-23 K474
PIN2 ZD4 D11 C0805 C86
Q24 R123 R135
A44 R124 R128
R122 TO-92\EBC 20 10M 0603
20K
8V2 510 R0603 R65 0603 NA K103
R126 0603 10M C0603
D8 Q25 R0603
300 0603
R197 R0603 R130 C120
TO-92\EBC C88 R129 R66 C132
Z104 R134 K103 C126 D10
22K R195 R133 13K 20 10M
11

4K7 82 C0603 NA 0R 0R R0603


R0603 D10B SOT-23 R0603 0603 0603
R0603 C90 C0603 9 C0603 D\362 82K AGC2
4.7K 1/4w R0603
-
R187
C0603 K474 Q15 8
AGC2 C0805 TO-92\EBC 10 +
Q16 C91 IC3C
R138 1uF/50V
4

SOT-23 820 +
EC5\5 R139 R186 + C127
R132 C92 R0603 R189 10M SIP14 R188
R0603 NA
R141 C121 R0603 18K
NA NA
2K2 Q14 K103 D9 R0603
Q17 5K1 R0603
R131 R0603 R143 C0603 D\362
SOT-23 R142 R0603 Z104
TP VB VREG 510K NA
100K R10 C0603 R0603 R144
CHAG-CNTL Q18 +5V
R0603 SOT-23 VREG
22 1/4W 20M 1/4W
D6 TP C93 +12V R10 ZD6
D10B R145 R146 K562
4

L8 TO-92\EBC
C95 Q19 1K + C94 15K 27V
12UH R148 C97 C0603 12
470UF\25V TO-92\EBC R0603 100UF\10V R0603 ZD7.5
L10 10K +
+

ADAPTOR EC10\5 C96 EC8\5 14


120V AC + K103 13
R11 R0603 TP R0603 -
R0603 4U7/50V
12VDC IC3D ZD7 RING
11

RING DET R149 EC5\5


200mA 1K SIP14 27V
TP 1K8 IMPEDENCE
+ C98 R0603 ZD7.5
L9 ZD8 Q20
0V C100
220uF C99
ZD7.5 R150 R151
EC5\5 K103 SOT-23
TP C0603
12UH 510K 6K8/1W
JK2 TP L10 1U/250V RX
TP R0603 R12.5
JACK DC R152 R10 MPC25\22
C101
VCPU TX
K562
20M 1/4W
+5V C0603

KX-TC2000SAB SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Base Unit)


30.2. RF Unit (Base Unit)
C2 C1 R156
ANT1 Z104 47UF/10V 47
ANTENNA C0603 EC5/5 R0603
PAD3

CF1 10.7MHZ
+ TP
ZD11 FILTER\1
R2
1 3

1
R1
CH+ C4
47 T1
330 R3 K103

2
R0603 1431
15V/0.5W R0603 15K C0603
IFT\7 R4
ZD7.5 R0603 R5 8K2
C6 C7 CF2 R7 10K R0603

3
TP Z104 455E C9 330K R0603 R8
K102
C0603 FILTER\2 K470P R0603 10K
C5 C0603 C25
R175 C8 C0603 R0603
L1 NA C15

2
3
4
0R Z104 K153
1.5uH C136 C0603 2U2/50V C28
R0603 5 C0603 C0603
L7.5 J2P EC5/5 C11 1 K153
C0603 Z474 C16 R6 C12

3
4 C0603
J27P C10 10K K103 C131
2 R10 R0603 C0603 K104
C0603 K470P
TP C14 T2 C0603 39K C0603
IST C0603
+
NA 1165
6 IFT\7 C17 MIX R0603
C0603 R192
10U/16V OUT A 120K

3
EC5/5 C18 IC6

1
R0603

38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
DPX1 Z473
39 24 4 5

+
1046 E-REC 2ND N-REC 2ND VCC1 IF DEC GND2 IF QUAD DET. F OUT FIL-IN

ANT
C19 C0603 3 6
DUP\5P Q1 K102
VREF MIX MIX IN OUT OUT DATA I/P

TX
GTX
GRX
RX
R191 2 7
TO-92\EBC IN OUT TP
L12 40 IST Mix IN DATA O/P 23 1 8 C130
C0603

1
2
4
5
R190 68K 1uF
TP C22 2.1V 4.4V 10K R193 EC5/5
0R K103 41 0V TP
L1206 VCC2 RSSI 22 R0603 R0603 100K
C0603 C20 + 10.7MHz 455kHz R0603
R28 R12 R13 C24 R194
100 2U2/50V 42 VCO CONT BAT. ALM 21 62K Z223 C128
C110 1K L10
C112 C23 R0603 EC5/5 R0603 C0603 0
NA 0.68uH C129
NA R0603 K103
R0603 L10 43 20 Z104
C0603 C0603 R14 VCO1 RO2 K104 R0603
C27 C0603
10K IC1 C0603 VREG
R15 K103 C26 R0603
5K6 C0603 J8.2P 44 VCO2 RO1 19
C133 R0603 C0603
NA
C31 45 C32 R18

+
C0603 R16 C29 C30 C-RECT REC IN 18 VERG
K103 TP 2U2/50V 2K7
15K Z104 2U2/50V RX DATA
C0603 EC5/5 R0603

+
R0603 C0603 EC5/5 EXPO
TP 46 RX CP EXP OUT 17 COMP
RF-STB
REF RF-DATA
47 TX CP RF-CLK
OUT16
COMP AF REF R20 CR-DET
0V PLL GND FL-IN OUT C-NF OUT C33 R19 1M VTX
48
IN 15
C125 VCC3 LO1 LO2 S-OUT CLK DATA STB FL-OUT 120K R0603 R21 TX DATA

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
TP J100P R0603 39K
NA GND

63
C0603 AF-IN C0603 R0603
TX IN C35 C37
J18P VC1 J150P EC5/5 C36
R22 C39
4K7 4.8V 20P C38 J100P C109
K103 C34
R0603 C0603 1U/16V
C0603 K330P R24 +
C42 C43 C0603 C0603 K682
2U2 50V K103 10K R23 C44
+ R0603 C0603
EC5/5 C0603 56K
+ C41
47U/10V C0603 R0603 TP
R25
EC5/5 R173 R174 R170 R26 K472
R31 120K
C40 47K C0603
R0603
J27P 1K 1K 1K R0603
X1 47K C45
VB R0603 K103
10.245MHZ L10 L10 R0603 R32
XTAL\10A C0603
1M R155
R27 R30 R0603 47
82 100K
R0603
R0805 R0603

C103 R33
C46 47UF/10V 100 TP
K102 C47 EC5/5 R0603
+ R35 Q2
C0603 K103 100 R154
C0603 47 SOT-23
R0603
R41 R0603 C48
100K
T5 R0603 R37 R36
1162 100 K103 R52
R38 680K R40 220K
IFT\7 C49 C0603
82K R0603 22K R0603

3
K103 R0603 C50 R44
4 R42 + R0603 R0603
2 C0603 22U/16V C52 100K
10K C51 R0603
R0603 K103 R43 EC5/5 K223
C55 C0603 39K TP
5 K103 C0603 R45
C54 R0603
C53 R46 C0603 C56 J1P C57 330K R48 C58

1
2K2 J5P J39P R49 R50 R0603
C5P Q4 C0603 R51 22K
C0603 R0603 SOT-23\ECB 1K R0603 K682
C0603 T6 75K 8K2
Q3 Q5 C59 C0603 1160 R0603 C0603
R0603 R0603
SOT-23\ECB C60 SOT-23 IFT\7
J10P J39P
C0603
R53 R54 C61
C0603 C62 DV1 Z104
15K NA
R55 R0603 R56 R0603 VCD2 C0603
680 2K2 J39P RX
R0603 R0603 C0603
TX
KX-TC2000SAB SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (RF Unit (Base Unit))
KX-TC2000SAB
31 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Handset)
KX-TC2000SAB

31.1. Handset
R53
L2
+ C63 C64 82
100uF/10V 12uH
K103 R54 R55 R0603
EC5\2.5 C65 L7.5
C0603 100K 220
MINI J15P R0603 R0603
C0603 Q12
SOT-23

X2
Q7
C67 C68 C84 STO-23 LED1 LED4
C66 32.768KHz K103 Z104 Z104 GREEN GREEN
J15P XTAL\2R C0603 C0603 C0603 LED\SQ LED\SQ
TP
C0603 R56
3.5Vp-p 1K2 LED2 LED3
R0603 1 GREEN GREEN
ALERT R57 1K R0603 2 LED\SQ LED\SQ
32.768kHz
BZ1
BUZ CNTL R58 1K R0603 BZ
0 0 1 1K BZ12
R112 R0603 CHARGE DET
VOL1 D2
TX DATA NA
TX DATA Q8
ROW5 R59 2K2 R0603 ROW5

VDD
bit2 bit1 bit0 VOL2 D\362
ROW4 R60 2K2 R0603 ROW4 D3 SOT-23 TALK
R105
10K D\362 R61 330

34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
R0603 LED5
R0603
RF-STB GREEN
LED\SQ

P15
P16
P17
P20
P77
P76
P75
P74

VDD

XTIN
ROW3 R62 2K2 R0603 ROW3 33 1 DATA R63 10K R0603 RECHG
RF-DATA

XTOUT
P14 P73 CLOCK R64 10K R0603 R65 330
32 P13 P72 2 RF-CLK
ROW2 R66 2K2 R0603 ROW2 31 3 RX PWR LED6
P12 P71 VTX R0603
ROW1 R67 2K2 R0603 ROW1 30 4 RX DATA R68 10K R0603 RED
ROW0 R69 2K2 R0603 ROW0 P11 P70 BACKLED R70 2K2 R0603 RX DATA LEC\SQ
29 P10 3.9V P07 5
28 6 TALK LED
P51 P06 LOW LED
0V to 5V 27 P50 P05 7
R71 R72 R73 26 P67
IC2 P04 8 COL3 R74 100K R0603
NA NA 1M 25 QFP-44P 9 COL2 R75 100K R0603
R0603 R0603 R0603
While charging P66 P03 COL1 R76 100K R0603
24 P65 P02 10
R77 10K R0603 CR-DET 23 11 COL0 R78 100K R0603
RSSI P64 P01

P63
P62
P61
P60
NC
VSS
XOUT
XIN
RESET
TEST
P00
0V

21
22
20
19
18
17
12
0V 2Vp-p

64
XOUT 16
TEST 13
RINGER

XIN 15
RESET 14
4MHz K1 K2 FLASH K3 LOUD K4 REDIAL
R79 R80 IC1#21 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2
R82 0R
1M 1M R81 3.9V (LOW BATT)
R0603 R0603 NA X3 R0603 KP\RO\4.5C
R0603 R83 K5 PROG K6 PAUSE K7 CH
0 3.992 MHZ
XTAL\10 1 2 1 2 1 2
R0603
0V ROW5
K8 * K9 0 K10 #
R84 1 2 1 2 1 2
C69 1M
TP L4 R85 ROW4
Z104 R0603 K11 7 K12 8 K13 9
CHG+ C70 C71
12uH C0603 1 2 1 2 1 2
1K
L7.5 D1 R0603 J30P J30P ROW3
D\362 C0603 C0603
R86 C72 R104 L3 K14 4 K15 5 K16 6
100K Z104 R87 NA 12uH 1 2 1 2 1 2
R0603 C0603 100K R0603 L5
R0603 ROW2 TP TP
C74 K17 1 K18 2 K19 3
Z473
1 2 1 2 1 2
C0603
ROW1
C86 C73 K20 TALK K21 AUTO K22 DIRT
Z104 1 2 1 2 1 2
Z104 C0603
C0603 ZD3 ROW0
ZD1 5V6 0.5W
10V 0.5W Q9
D\362 SOT-23 3.9V to 0V R111
ZD7.5
1K L7 120 OHM
Q11 While charging 0603 COIL SMD 0805
SOT-23

VBAT

TP L5 TP TP
CHG-
12uH
L7.5

2
1
0V BATT1
3.9V
3V6/300mA
CNT2P\2.5
KX-TC2000SAB SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Handset)
31.2. RF Unit (Handset)
ANT1
ANTENNA C2 C1
Z104 47UF/10V VBAT
PAD3 C0603 EC5/2.5

C85
Z105 TP
TP +
R1 C0603
CF1 10.7MHZ
FILTER\1 330
L1 R0603 C75

1
1 3 R93
C4 J68P K103
10K
NA L5 C0603
R0603

2
C0603 T1
R106 1431 R2 R5 R3
CF2 IFT\7 15K 10K 6K8
C6

3
455E R0603 R0603 R0603
C5 82 K102 C76 C77
Z104 R0603 C0603 FILTER\2 R94
C7 K470P K470P 330K R6 10K
C0603 C12 Z104 C0603 C0603

2
3
4
2U2/50V R0603
L8 C0603
EC5/2.5 1 5 R0603
C11 JUMPER C8 C13
NA L500 Z473 C9
J27P
C0603 R95 39K K102 C14 R8
C0603 C0603 K103 220K
+
T3 IST C0603 C0603 R0603
1433 RX R0603
C15 MIX
IFT\7

1
6 10U/16V OUT C16

3
EC5/2.5 Z473

38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
DPX1
C17 39 24

+
2 E-REC 2ND N-REC 2ND VCC1 IF DEC GND2 IF QUAD DET. F OUT FIL-IN

ANT
DPX1046
4 K102 VREF TP
DUP\25P MIX MIX IN OUT OUT DATA I/P C0603

TX
GTX
GRX
RX
OUT

3
40 IST Mix ININ DATA O/P 23

1
2
4
5
C0603 2.1V
TP Q1 3.9V 0V
41 VCC2 RSSI 22
TO-92S\EBC TP R9
C88 + 10.7MHz 455kHz C21
Z104 C18 REC1 82K
R113 C0603 2.2U/50V 42 VCO CONT BAT. ALM 21 SD153 R0603
C22
1K R10 EC5/2.5 C26 C23 TP SIP2
K103 K223
C89 R0603 330 K103 K102
C0603 43 VCO1 C0603
C5P R0603 C0603 C24 RO2 20 C0603
C0603 C27 L6 J12P
R11 IC1
Z104 0.68uH C0603 TP
5K6
C0603 L2.5 44 VCO2 RO1 19 C28 R13
R0603 R14 K332 43K R16 C30 R17 R12
C0603 R0603 10K Z104 5K1 220K
15K R0603 C0603 R0603

+
C31 C29 45 C-RECT REC IN 18 R0603
R0603 K103 2.2U/50V Q2
C0603 R18
EC5/2.5 VOL1
TP 46 RX CP EXP OUT 17 SOT-23\ECB VOL2
C32 Z104 10K R19
C0603 C78 R20
C33 VB
R0603 4K7
REF K103 NA RX DATA
47 TX CP 3.9V 16 R0603
TX OUT C0603 R0603 Z333 RSSI
COMP AF REF C0603 IC2-22
0V PLL GND FL-IN RF-STB

65
OUT C-NF OUT IN R21
48 VCC3 LO1 LO2 S-OUT CLK DATA STB FL-OUT 15 47K Q3 RF-DATA

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
TP C34 R0603 NA R22 RF-CLK
VR8 AF-IN J100P SOT-23\ECB R103 R23 NA VTX
TX IN C36 C0603 1M 51K R0603 TXDATA
R24 J20P VC1 C38 R0603 R0603 3.1V GND
C40 20P J150P
4K7
K103 R110
R0603 C42 C35 R25 + (In Talk Mode)
C0603 C0603 1K K680P C79 TP
47U/10V C44 R26 56K K103 MC1
EC5/2.5 C0603 R0603 C0603
Z105 10K C0603 C45
+ C0603
R30
R0603 C80
+ R0603
C43 C0603 C37 0 K103
R28 R29 TP
2U2/50V 10U/16V R0603 K683 R36 C0603 FN5546
R108 R109 270K 6K8
EC5/2.5 C41 1K 1K EC5/2.5 C0603 MIC
R0603 R0603
J20P R0603 R0603 R35 47K 2K
X1 C47 R37
R0603 R102 C46 R0603
10.245MHZ K682 + 1K
C0603 33NF NA C48
XTAL\10A C39 R0603
R0603 C0603 47U/10V
R34 J150P
220K EC5/2.5
C0603
R0603

TP
R38 R96 Q4
47 47 SOT-23\ECB
R99
R0603 C49 R0603 4K7
C50 K223 R0603
R39
T5 K103 R40 220K
C0603 C0603 R98
1432 100 R41 R42 R0603
4M7
IFT\7 R43 R97 C52 120K 22K

3
R0603 R0603
4 100K 150K C51 + K103 R0603 R0603
2 R0603 R0603 C0603 C53 R45
10U/16V
R44 K223 100K
EC5/2.5 TP
39K C0603
5 R0603 R46 R107
R0603
C54 R47 C55 C56 T6 1434 510K C58 2K2
C57 J15P R48

1
J10P Q5 2K2 K103 C1P R49 R50 R0603 R0603
R51 22K K103
C0603 R0603 C0603 C0603 R0603 C0603
2K7
Q6 47K 8K2
SOT-23\EBC C59 IFT\7 R0603
C0603 R0603 R0603
SOT-23\EBC J39P
C60 C0603

DV1 C61
J27P C62 Z104
VCD2
C0603 R52 J39P C0603
2K2 C0603
R0603
RX
TX
KX-TC2000SAB SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (RF Unit (Handset))
KX-TC2000SAB
KX-TC2000SAB

31.3. Memo

66
67
CH+ D7
CH-
L5
L7 L4
L9 L6
R118 ZNR1
JK1
D6 D3
ANT
R195 DC1 C80 D5
L1 L8 C76
R142 D4
32.1. Component View

Q24 D2
ZD8

GND3
ZD4 ZD7
C100
C94 C98
Q18
Q19

R151 ZD6
C95 Q12
R106
Q15
C103
T5 GND7
ZD1

DPX1
C50
T7
R107

C78
32 CIRCUIT BOARD (Base Unit)

J156
ZD2
R113

J157

J181 Q10
J139
T6 C91
C41
C38
VC1 RY1
DV1
Q1 J111
GND5
X1 J124 IC5
J172 GND6
C42 J15
R152
R144

L10

R173 J102
T2
C20 J184
L11
R174 J171
J185
C17 ZD9
C97 C130
J109
C30 J178

CF1
C15 C102
J134
J100
J87
J117

J175 J173
CF2
J113

G5
GND2 J145 G6
J95

J170 J177 C105


T1

J115
J162 L3
J176 GND4
J155

J136
C1 C403 C66
J153

J163 J164
G7
J166

C104-

X2

D404
J73

J116
J186
C32
C127 J187

J159
SW1 J122
J140
C104+ R172
R64
J126

KX-TC2000SAB CIRCUIT BOARD (Component View (Base unit))


KX-TC2000SAB
32.2. Flow Solder Side View
KX-TC2000SAB

TX DATA 2nd Mix IF IN


TXPOWER TXGND (DV1) RX-VCO TX-VCO (RF IC: 36) (RF IC: 32)

R58 R407

R1
Q403
C6 C402

C136
ZD11 C112

Q402
R175 R2

C14
R28
XOUT

C23

R12

C5
R409

C2
R408

R406

L12
(CPU: 1)

C8
R156
R410
C62 R15 R405

C27
C96 C47 C7

C110
C29
C22

C46 C133
R56 R16 C65

C19
C56 C57
R53 C31 R63
VDD (CPU: 28)
C59 C67 R153 R94
C53 R14

C11
R42
R49

ZD12
C99 R403
R158

Q5
R50
C26

Q21

C52
CHG LD
C135

R74
R55 C16 R167 R404

C61
R43 LED1

Q14
Q4
C401
(CPU: 26)
R132

R54

Q3
R3
R185
R35 R402

Q25
R22
C60 R154 DET OUT

R44
C49

C54
C39
1
R401 (RF IC: 27)

R4

C9
R5

R10
C51

R46
R40

C125

Q17
C4
C10

ZD10
1
D8 R37
Q401

C37
IC1
C55 C58 R52 C134

C107

C43
RST

R7
R48

R51
R27 R41 C40 C35 (CPU: 27)
R45 R197

R68
R30 R6
R59

R33 R38

R145
C12

Q2
+12V R83

R13
IC2

C25
C28

R131
R62 R146

R36
R11

C24
C18 RX DATA

R155
GND R25 C33
C48 R31 R8 (CPU: 10)

C34
R32 R19 C64
R93

R80 R24 C36 R20 RX DATA

ZD3
R23
R87

R21 R88 (RF IC: 23)

C45

68
C109
ZD5 R26
R84
R82

R75

R170
R85
R81
R79
R78
R77

R89 CHG DET

R111
R181
RING (CPU: 18)
R60

Q6
TIP TX DATA
R100

C124

C123

C122
C73
R97

R143 (CPU: 17)

C93
R57
C106
R141
R134

R161

R160
D1
Q7

R86
C44 R109 C92
R135

C3
R180
C132
Q16

C88

C86 R119
R166
Q20
R103 C63
R114
R123 C108

Q11

R117
R149
D9

R148
C79

R112
C85

C77
R115

R108

C120 R188
C128
R126

C82
C121

R187 R18 R122


R66 C90

R110
IC3

C75
R139

C74

R128
R190
1

R124 C87 R138 R189 C111 R129


R104
D10

C129 R105
C101
R150

R65
R127
R159 R133

R191 R194
R193 C69
IC6

R116
R90
C70

R130
R95
C72

R192 C126 R186


C131

R96

RING DET
(CPU: 24)

KX-TC2000SAB CIRCUIT BOARD (Flow Solder Side View (Base unit))


33 CIRCUIT BOARD (Handset)
33.1. Component View

R16 C30 R99 R37


L3

R109 R30

C79
R23
R102
R29

R103
C45 R96

REC
C32 C71

R28
C38
C33
R94

R21
C34
R18 C64

R81
R83
C46

R79
R71
R72
R80
R73

X1
R82
C74
R36

C77

Q11

R111
R70

C23
BZ1

R6
C16
BATT1

C76
Q4

R14 R95 R39

VC1
C9 R3

C14
C70
R84

T1
CHG-

Q8
R93

R12
R11 R76

R8
R87
C73
R78
R55

C37
C42
R69
R5 R53

C75
C48

R110
D3 R75
L5

Q7

C27
C31

C26
C8
C49 R77

X3
R74

R108
R63

R54
R56
C69

C43
T6
R65

C12
R106 C1 R61 C80

IC2
R67 C72

C15
Q12
C86

DV1
Q9

CF1 R68

Q3
C78 R66 R86

R41
R22 R85

CF2
R46 C58 R57

L6

C56
ZD3

R20

R42
C39
C63

R64

T3

T5
ZD1

R48

R51
R17 X2 C84 R60

C53 R45

C18

C29
D1

Q1
R98
L4

R105

R112

69
D2

Q2
R19
CHG+

L2

R62

C51
R58

R59
C66
C65
C68
C67

L8
DPX1
R107
L7

DPX3

L1
VDD (CPU: 40) CHG DET
TX DATA TX DATA (CPU: 37)
(DV1) (CPU: 36) Battery Low
RSSI

KX-TC2000SAB CIRCUIT BOARD (Component View (Handset))


KX-TC2000SAB
33.2. Flow Solder Side View
KX-TC2000SAB

TXGND TXPOWER 2nd Mix


(RF IC: 36)

C4
C11
R113
C3 C89

3
6
9

DIRT
#
R52
CH

C55

R47
R43
PAUSE
C62

REDIAL

C22

C60
C50

R10

R97

Q6
C5
LED1

C59
LED4

Q5
R44

R1 C17
R40 C57 C2

C24 C54
8

2
5
0
C6

TALK
LED5
R49

R38

C52
FLASH
LOUD

K11

C7
C88

C85
R2
C61
MIC1

R24 R50

LED2
LED3
C40

70
C44 C13

IC1
C41

4
7

1
C36
LED6

PROG

C21
RINGER

C35

R25
R9

R35 C10
AUTO

C47
R13

C28
R26

TX VCO RX VCO IF IN V Bat


(RF IC: 32) (RF IC: 33)
KX-TC2000SAB CIRCUIT BOARD (Flow Solder Side View (Handset)
KX-TC2000SAB

G
71 KXTC2000SAB