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QV-R51 QV-R41 QV-R52

DEC. 2003 JAN. 2004 SEP. 2004

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Ver.3 : Dec. 2004

CONTENTS
SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................................................... 1 s QV-R51/QV-R41 ................................................................................................................................ 1 s QV-R52 .............................................................................................................................................. 5 BLOCK DIAGRAM ...................................................................................................................................... 9 TEST MODE .............................................................................................................................................. 10 PROGRAM VERSION UPGRADING ........................................................................................................ 11 1. To update the firmware version .................................................................................................... 11 2. How to restore the firmware ......................................................................................................... 11 3. To install the firmware ................................................................................................................... 12 ADJ Tool ................................................................................................................................................... 13 1. Preparation ..................................................................................................................................... 13 2. How to use ADJ Tool when replacing Lens unit ......................................................................... 15 3. How to use ADJ Tool when replacing MAIN PCB ....................................................................... 16 VCOM DC ADJUSTMENT ........................................................................................................................ 17 CURRENT CONSUMPTION ..................................................................................................................... 20 THE COUNTERMEASURE FOR "SYSTEM ERROR" ............................................................................. 20 DISASSEMBLY ......................................................................................................................................... 21 EXPLODED VIEW ..................................................................................................................................... 28 PARTS LIST .............................................................................................................................................. 29 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS ................................................................................................................... 31 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ......................................................................................................................... 32

SPECIFICATIONS
s QV-R51/QV-R41
Image Files Format Snapshots:JPEG (Exif Ver.2.2); DCF (Design rule for Camera File system) 1.0 standard; DPOF compliant Movies:AVI (Motion JPEG) Recording Media 9.7 MB built-in Flash memory SD Memory Card MultiMediaCard Image Size s QV-R51 Snapshots: 2560 x 1920 pixels 2560 x 1712 (3:2)pixels 2048 x 1536 pixels 1600 x 1200 pixels 1280 x 960 pixels 640 x 480 pixels Movies: 320 x 240 pixels Approximate Memory Capacity and File sizes Snapshots (QV-R51)
File Size (pixels) 2560x 1920 Quality Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Approximate Image File Size 2300 KB 1800 KB 1300 KB 2000 KB 1600 KB 1100 KB 1640 KB 1230 KB 630 KB 1050 KB 710 KB 370 KB 680 KB 460 KB 250 KB 190 KB 140 KB 90 KB Built-in flash memory 9.7MB 4 shots 5 shots 7 shots 4 shots 5 shots 8 shots 5 shots 7 shots 14 shots 8 shots 12 shots 24 shots 13 shots 20 shots 35 shots 46 shots 61 shots 98 shots SD Memory Card* 64MB 25 shots 32 shots 44 shots 29 shots 36 shots 51 shots 35 shots 45 shots 88 shots 53 shots 79 shots 154 shots 82 shots 126 shots 220 shots 294 shots 386 shots 618 shots

s QV-R41 Snapshots: 2304 x 1712 pixels 2240 x 1680 pixels 2240 x 1488 (3:2)pixels 1600 x 1200 pixels 1280 x 960 pixels 640 x 480 pixels Movies: 320 x 240 pixels

2560x 1712 (3:2) 2048x 1536

1600 x 1200 (UXGA) 1280 x 960 (SXGA) 640 x 480 (VGA)

Snapshots (QV-R41)
File Size (pixels) 2304 x 1712 Quality Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Approximate Image File Size 1840 KB 1430 KB 1030 KB 1840 KB 1430 KB 1030 KB 1640 KB 1130 KB 660 KB 1050 KB 710 KB 370 KB 680 KB 460 KB 250 KB 190 KB 140 KB 90 KB Built-in flash memory 9.7MB 4 shots 6 shots 8 shots 4 shots 6 shots 8 shots 5 shots 8 shots 14 shots 8 shots 12 shots 24 shots 13 shots 20 shots 35 shots 46 shots 61 shots 98 shots SD Memory Card* 64MB 30 shots 40 shots 54 shots 30 shots 40 shots 54 shots 35 shots 50 shots 88 shots 53 shots 79 shots 154 shots 82 shots 126 shots 220 shots 294 shots 386 shots 618 shots

2240 x 1680

2240 x 1488 (3:2) 1600 x 1200 (UXGA) 1280 x 960 (SXGA) 640 x 480 (VGA)

Movies (320 x 240 pixels) Data Size 150KB/second max. Recording Time One Movie: 60 seconds maximum Total Movie Time: 60 seconds maximum (built-in memory) 410 seconds maximum (SD 64MB memory card)* * Based on Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. products. Capacity depends on card manufacturer. * To determine the number of images that can be stored on a memory card of a different capacity, multiply the capacities in the table by the appropriate value.

Delete Effective Pixels Imaging Element

Single-file, all files (with protection) QV-R51: 5.00 million QV-R41: 4.00 million QV-R51: 1/1.8-inch square pixel color CCD (Total pixels: 5.25 million) QV-R41: 1/1.8-inch square pixel color CCD (Total pixels: 4.13 million)

Lens/Focal Distance Zoom Focusing Approximate Focus Range (from lens surface)

F2.8 (W) to 4.9 (T); f= 8 (W) to 24mm (T) (equivalent to approximately 39 (W) to 117 (T) for 35mm film) 3X optical zoom; 4X digital zoom (12X in combination with optical zoom) Contrast-type Auto Focus (AF Mode (AF Area: Spot or Multi), Macro Mode), Infinity Mode; focus lock; manual focus Normal Macro Manual 60 cm to (infinity) (2 to ) 10 cm to 70 cm (3.9 to 27.6) In the Macro mode, the optical zoom range is 1X to 1.2X. Wide-angle: 10 cm to (infinity) (3.9 to ) Telephoto: 60 cm to (infinity) (23.6 to )

Exposure Control

Light Metering Exposure

Multi-pattern center-weighted, spot by CCD Program AE

Exposure Compensation 2EV to +2EV (1/3EV units) Shutter CCD electronic shutter; mechanical shutter, 1/8 to 1/2000 second (Changes in accordance with recording mode and ISO sensitivity setting.) Shutter speed is different for the following BESTSHOT scenes. Night Scene: 4 to 1/2000 second Fireworks: 2 seconds (fixed) Aperture White Balance Self-timer Built-in Flash Wide-angle: Telephoto: F2.8/4.8, auto switching F4.9/8.4, auto switching

Automatic, fixed (4 modes), manual switching 10 seconds, 2 seconds, Triple Self-timer Flash Modes Flash Range AUTO, ON, OFF, Red eye reduction s QV-R51 Wide Angle Optical Zoom: 0.6 to 3.2 meters (2.0 to 10.5) Telephoto Optical Zoom: 0.6 to 1.8 meters (2.0 to 5.9) (ISO Sensitivity: Auto)

Built-in Flash

Flash Modes Flash Range

AUTO, ON, OFF, Red eye reduction s QV-R41 Wide Angle Optical Zoom: 0.6 to 4.1 meters (2.0 to 13.5) Telephoto Optical Zoom: 0.6 to 2.0 meters (2.0 to 6.6) (ISO Sensitivity: Auto)

Recording Functions Monitor Screen Viewfinder Timekeeping Functions

Snapshot; BESTSHOT; Movie 2.0-inch TFT color LCD 76,800 pixels (320 x 240) Monitor screen and optical viewfinder Built-in digital quartz clock Date and Time Auto Calendar Recorded with image data To 2049

World Time Input/Output Terminals

City; Date; Time; Summer time; 162 cities in 32 time zones AC adaptor terminal (DC IN 3V) USB port (Mini-B)

Power Requirements
Power Requirements Two AA-size rechargeable nickel-metal hydride batteries (HR-3U <Rated Capacitance 2100mAh> and HR-3U <Rated Capacitance 2300mAh>) Two AA-size lithium batteries Two AA-size alkaline batteries AC adaptor(AD-C30) Approximate Battery Life Rechargeable Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries Number of Shots, Continuous Recording*1 (Recording Time) Number of Shots, Normal Recording*2 (Recording Time) Continuous Playback*3 900 shots (150 minutes) 240 shots (120 minutes) 250 minutes Alkaline batteries 240 shots (40 minutes) 50 shots (25 minutes) 130 minutes

The above figures are approximations only. The above guidelines are based on the following battery types:Rechargeable Nickel-Metal Hydride: HR-3U (Rated Capacitance 2100 mAh) SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. Alkaline: LR6 Matsushita Battery Industrial Co., Ltd. Battery life varies with brand. The above values indicate the amount of time under the conditions defined below, until power automatically turns off due to battery failure. They do not guarantee that you will be able to achieve this level of operation. Low temperatures shorten battery life. *1 Continuous Recording Conditions Temperature: 23C (73F) Monitor screen: On Flash: Off Image recorded about every 10 seconds *2 Normal Recording Conditions Temperature: 23C (73F) Monitor screen: On Zoom operation between full wide to full telephoto every 30 seconds, during which two images are recorded, one image with flash; power turned off and back on every time 10 images are recorded. *3 Continuous Playback Conditions Temperature: 23C (73F) Scroll one image about every 10 seconds

Power Consumption Dimensions

DC 3V Approximately 3.8 W 88.5 (W) x 60.5 (H) x 33.4 (D) mm (3.5 (W) x 2.4 (H) x 1.3 (D)) (excluding projections)

Weight Bundled Accessories

Approximately 168 g (5.9 oz) (excluding batteries and accessories) Rechargeable nickel-metal hydride batteries (HR-3U <Rated Capacitance 2100 mAh>); Charger unit (BC-5H); AC power cord; USB cable; Strap; CD-ROM; Basic Reference

Rechargeable nickel-metal hydride Battery(HR-3U)


(bundled)

Rated Voltage Rated Capacitance Operating Temperature Range Dimensions Weight

1.2 V 2100 mAh 0C to 40C (32F to 104F) 14.35 (diameter) x 50.4 (H) mm (0.56 (diameter) x 1.98 (H)) Approximately 29.0 g (1.0 oz) * Each battery

Special battery chrger unit (BC-5H)


Power Requirement Output Charging Temperature Chargeable Battery type Full Charge Times Dimensions 100 to 240V AC, 0.08A, 50/60Hz DC 1.2V, 550mA 0C to 40C (32F to 104F) Rechargeable nickel-metal hydride batteries (HR-3U) Approximately 4 hours 71 (W) x 75 (H) x 28 (D) mm (2.8 (W) x 30 (H) x 1.1 (D)) (excluding projections) Weight
Power Supply Use only the special HR-3U rechargeable nickel-metal hydride batteries to power this camera. Use of any other type of battery is not supported. This camera does not have separate batteries for the clock. The date and time settings of the camera are cleared whenever power is totally cut off (from both the batteries and AC adaptor). Be sure to reconfigure these settings after power is interrupted.

Approximately 75 g (2.6 oz)

LCD Panel The LCD panel is a product of the latest LCD manufacturing technology that provides a pixel yield of 99.99%. This means that less than 0.01% of the total pixels are defective (they do not turn on or always remain turned on).

Lens You may sometimes notice some distortion in certain types of images, such as a slight bend in lines that should be straight. This is due to the characteristics of lens, and does not indicate malfunction of the camera.

s QV-R52
Image Files Format Snapshots: JPEG (Exif Ver.2.2); DCF (Design rule for Camera File system) 1.0 standard; DPOF compliant Movies: AVI (Motion JPEG) Recording Media 9.7 MB built-in flash memory SD Memory Card MultiMediaCard Image Size Snapshots: 2560 x 1920 pixels 2560 x 1712 (3:2)pixels 2048 x 1536 pixels 1600 x 1200 pixels 1280 x 960 pixels 640 x 480 pixels Movies: Approximate Memory Capacity and File sizes Snapshots File Size (pixels) 2560 x 1920 2560 x 1712 (3:2) Quality Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Approximate Image File Size 2300 KB 1800 KB 1300 KB 2000 KB 1600 KB 1100 KB 1640 KB 1230 KB 630 KB 1050 KB 710 KB 370 KB 680 KB 460 KB 250 KB 190 KB 140 KB 90 KB Built-in flash memory 9.7MB 4 shots 5 shots 7 shots 4 shots 5 shots 8 shots 5 shots 7 shots 14 shots 8 shots 12 shots 24 shots 13 shots 20 shots 35 shots 46 shots 61 shots 98 shots SD Memory Card* 64MB 25 shots 32 shots 44 shots 29 shots 36 shots 51 shots 35 shots 45 shots 88 shots 53 shots 79 shots 154 shots 82 shots 126 shots 220 shots 294 shots 386 shots 618 shots 320 x 240 pixels

2048 x 1536 1600 x 1200 (UXGA) 1280 x 960 (SXGA) 640 x 480 (VGA)

Movies (320 x 240 pixels)

Data Size Recording Time

150KB/second max. One Movie: 60 seconds maximum Total Movie Time: 60 seconds maximum (built-in memory) 410 seconds maximum (SD 64MB memory card)*

* Based on Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. products. Capacity depends on card manufacturer. * To determine the number of images that can be stored on a memory card of a different capacity, multiply the capacities in the table by the appropriate value.

Delete Effective Pixels Imaging Element Lens/Focal Distance

Single-file, all files (with protection) 5.00 million 1/1.8-inch square pixel color CCD (Total pixels: 5.25 million) Seven lenses in six groups, including an aspherical lens F2.8 (W) to 4.9 (T); f= 8 (W) to 24mm (T) (equivalent to approximately 39 (W) to 117 (T) for 35mm film)

Zoom

3X optical zoom; 4 X digital zoom (12X in combination with optical zoom)

Focusing Approximate Focus Range (from lens surface)

Contrast-type Auto Focus (AF Mode (AF Area: Spot or Multi), Macro Mode), Infinity Mode; focus lock; manual focus Normal Macro 60 cm to (infinity) (2 to ) Approximately 10cm to 70cm (3.9 to 27.6) at wide angle Approximately 60cm to 70cm (23.6 to 27.6) at telephoto In the Macro mode, the optical zoom range is 1X to 1.2X. Manual Optical Zoom Factor 1X: 10 cm to (infinity) (3.9 to ) Optical Zoom Factor 3X: 60 cm to (infinity) (23.6 to ) Multi-pattern center-weighted, spot by CCD Program AE 2EV to +2EV (1/3EV units)

Exposure Control

Light Metering Exposure Exposure Compensation

Shutter

CCD electronic shutter; mechanical shutter, 1/8 to 1/2000 second (Changes in accordance with recording mode and ISO sensitivity setting.) Shutter speed is different for the following BESTSHOT scenes. Night Scene: 4 to 1/2000 second Fireworks: 2 seconds (fixed)

Aperture

Wide angle: F2.8/4.8, auto switching Telephoto: F4.9/8.4, auto switching

White Balance Sensitivity Self-timer Built-in Flash

Automatic, fixed (4 modes), manual switching ISO50, ISO100, ISO200, ISO400, Auto 10 seconds, 2 seconds, Triple Self-timer Flash Modes Flash Range AUTO, ON, OFF, Red eye reduction Wide Angle Optical Zoom: 0.6 to 3.2 meters (2.0 to 10.5) Telephoto Optical Zoom: 0.6 to 1.8 meters (2.0 to 65.9) (ISO Sensitivity: Auto)

Recording Functions Monitor Screen

Snapshot; BESTSHOT; Movie 2.0-inch TFT color LCD 84,960 pixels (354 x 240)

Viewfinder Timekeeping Functions

Monitor screen and optical viewfinder Built-in digital quartz clock Date and Time Auto Calendar Recorded with image data To 2049

World Time

City; Date; Time; Summer time; 162 cities in 32 time zones

Input/Output Terminals

AC adaptor terminal (DC IN 3V) USB port (Mini-B)

Power Requirements
Power Requirements Two AA-size alkaline batteries Two AA-size rechargeable nickel-metal hydride batteries (HR-3UA <Rated Capacitance 2100mAh> and HR-3UB <Rated Capacitance 2300mAh>) Two AA-size lithium batteries AC adaptor (AD-C30) Approximate Battery Life: The values below indicate the amount of time under the conditions defined below, until power automatically turns off due to battery failure. They do not guarantee that you will be able to achieve this level of operation. Low temperatures shorten battery life. Operation Number of Shots (CIPA Standard)*1 (Operating Time) Number of Shots, Continuous Recording*2 (Operating Time) Continuous Snapshot Playback*3 Alkaline batteries (LR6) 50 shots (25 minutes) 240 shots (40 minutes) 130 minutes Alkaline batteries (MX1500 (AA)) 90 shots (45 minutes) 270 shots (45 minutes) 120 minutes Rechargeable NickelMetal Hydride batteries 240 shots (120 minutes) 900 shots (150 minutes) 250 minutes

The above figures are approximations only. The above guidelines are based on the following battery types: Alkaline: LR6 Matsushita Battery Industrial Co., Ltd. MX1500 (AA) DURACELL ULTRA Rechargeable Nickel-Metal Hydride: HR-3UA (Rated Capacitance 2100 mAh) SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. Battery life varies with brand. Storage Medium: SD Memory Card *1 Number of Shots (CIPA Standard) Temperature: 23C (73F) Monitor screen: On Zoom operation between full wide to full telephoto every 30 seconds, during which two images are recorded, one image with flash; power turned off and back on every time 10 images are recorded. *2 Continuous Recording Conditions Temperature: 23C (73F) Monitor screen: On Flash: Off Image recorded every 10 seconds, alternating full wide angle and full telephoto zoom *3 Continuous Snapshot Playback Conditions Temperature: 23C (73F) Scroll one image about every 10 seconds Power Consumption Dimensions DC 3V Approximately 3.7 W 88.3 (W) x 60.4 (H) x 33.4 (D) mm (3.5 (W) x 2.4 (H) x 1.3 (D)) (excluding projections) Weight Bundled Accessories Approximately 168 g (5.9 oz) (excluding batteries and accessories) Alkaline batteries (LR6); USB cable; Strap; CD-ROM; Basic Reference

Power Supply SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. brand type HR-3UA or HR-3UB batteries are recommended when using rechargeable nickel metal hydride batteries to power this camera. Proper operation cannot be guaranteed when other batteries are used. This camera does not have separate batteries for the clock. The date and time settings of the camera are cleared whenever power is totally cut off (from both the batteries and AC adaptor). Be sure to reconfigure these settings after power is interrupted. LCD Panel The LCD panel is a product of the latest LCD manufacturing technology that provides a pixel yield of 99.99%. This means that less than 0.01% of the total pixels are defective (they do not turn on or always remain turned on). Lens You may sometimes notice some distortion in certain types of images, such as a slight bend in lines that should be straight. This is due to the characteristics of lens, and does not indicate malfunction of the camera.

MAIN-PCB
AD9948KCPRL
33pin 22pin 3.3V

C-FPC
DOWN Converter
VCC1.5 VCC3.9
15V

QV-R41 : ICX406AQF-D QV-R51/R52 : ICX452AQF-C

CCD 4M&5Mpix 1/1.8"

CDS
VCC3-1

UP Converter UP Converter
VCC15 VEE7.5

BL (LED 3)

CXD3440EN
EVCC3.3

UP Converter UP Converter
3.3V 15.0V -7.5V

VCOM Amp NJM2125

15.0V -7.5V 5.0V

V.Driver
UP Converter
VCC3-4

UP Converter

VCC5

2.0" Digital I/F LCD VGH:15.0V VSH:5.0V VDD:3.0V


3.3V 1.5V

Stack MCM
M32934D4WG
32KHz 21pin 3.3V

BLOCK DIAGRAM

9
Motor Driver M50235HP
RTC
4.0MHz

KONIKA Lens Unit 3


8bit micon M50235HP

76C

SDR AM

SH
13.5MHz

BUZZER

FLASH RAM TC58DAM72F1XBJ3

ST-UNIT
20pin

3.0V

Adapter

WIDE,TELE USC Jack

SHUTTER POWER

G G-LED

R R-LED

R Self Timer

BACK UP Capacitor

SW RIGHT OK DOWN REC DISP

LEFT UP MENU PLAY

SD

Dry-Battery (3.3V-2.1V)

TEST MODE
Note: Never perform the menu items unless otherwise instructed. Doing so may cause destruction of the data inside, which will make the camera unusable. s To boot the test mode 1. While firmly pressing down both [MENU] and [DISP], turn the power on. Keep pressing both [MENU and [TEST] until the main menu appears.

2 "POWER" button

1 "DISP" + "MENU" button

2. After the version appears, press the buttons in the order of [>], [>] and [MENU] to display the test menu.
[MENU] button

[>] button

s QV-R41
++ KX865 ++ PR : 04.06.23.13.19 LD : 1.45 MI : 20

s QV-R51
++ KX866 ++ PR : 04.06.23.13.22 LD : 1.45 MI : 20

s QV-R52
++ KX869 ++ PR : 04.09.13.17.54 LD : 1.45 MI : 20

">" button -> ">" button -> "MENU" button


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 :VERSION INFO :VIDEO OUT :USB TCC TEST :TEST MENU :SOUND TEST : B AY E R M O D E : R O M U P D AT E :ADJ TEST :REC-INFO :TEST SCRIPT :LAST MEMORY : F O R M AT

"SET" button

"MENU" button

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

:KEY CHECK :MEMORY CHECK :COLOR CHECK :MESSAGE CHECK :LED CHECK :SW&JACK CHECK :MIC CHECK :BENDI MASK

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PROGRAM VERSION UPGRADING


1. To update the firmware version 1. Prepare the memory card which contains the firmware for QV-R41/R51/R52 in the root directory. QV-R41: QV-R41.bin QV-R51: QV-R51.bin QV-R52: QV-R52.bin 2. Insert the above memory card in the camera, and then connect the AC adaptor or set a fully charged battery in the camera. 3. While pressing [MENU], press the power button. Keep pressing [MENU] until PROGRAM UPDATE appears in the display. The following appears. The version of the firmware in the memory card appears at the bottom of the display. PROGRAM UPDATE YES NO NEW VERSION IS VER 1.00

(As of October 2004)

4. Align the white cursor to [YES] by [ ] and [ ], and then press [SET]. NOW LOADING appears in the display. 5. COMPLETE appears after the update finishes. 6. Remove the memory card after turning the power off once. Turn the power back on again while pressing [MENU], and check the version.

VER 1.00 (As of October 2004) VER.1.00 appears. 7. If the version is correct, turn the power off. 8. Finally, check the operation by recording, playing back and deleting an image. 2. How to restore the firmware 1. Prepare the following firmware restoration program and change its name as follows; QV-R41: rom865-040623.lbn jupiter.bin QV-R51: rom866-040623.lbn jupiter.bin QV-R52: rom869-040913.lbn jupiter.bin 2. Copy the above file to the root directory in the memory card. 3. Insert the memory card into the camera. 4. Connect the AD adaptor or set a fully charged battery in the camera. 5. Turn the power on while pressing the shutter release button. If the power does not turn on only by pressing the power button, try inserting the battery while pressing the shutter release button. The LED next to the optical viewfinder changes from green/red blinking to green steady. 6. When the LED becomes green steady, the firmware restoration is finished. Remove the AC adaptor or the battery and then turn the power off. NOTE: It takes about ten seconds for this camera to completely turn the power off even by removing the AC adaptor or the battery after the above firmware restoration. Confirm that the LED which is green steady turns off.
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7. Turn the power on again while pressing [MENU] and [DISP]. The firmware restoration is complete after the model name and the program version (PR:) appear in the opening screen of the test menu. QV-R41 ++KX865++ PR:04.06.23.13.19 QV-R51 ++KX866++ PR:04.06.23.13.22 QV-R52 ++KX869++ PR:04.09.13.17.54 8. Finally, start the camera normally to check the operation by recording, playing back and deleting an image. 3. To install the firmware Initially, firmware is not installed in the PCB supplied by the parts center. Install the firmware into the PCB after replacing with a new one as shown in the procedures below. NOTE: The camera does not turn on (only LED becomes green blinking) if the firmware is not installed in the PCB. <Writing the restoration program> 1. Copy the following software to the root directly of the SD card. QV-R41: QV-R41.bin, rom865-040623.lbn QV-R51: QV-R51.bin, rom866-040623.lbn QV-R52: QV-R52.bin, rom869_040913.lbn 2. Change the name as follows; rom865-040623.lbn to jupiter.bin rom866-040623.lbn to jupiter.bin rom869_040913.lbn to jupiter.bin 3. Insert the SD card into the camera. 4. While pressing the shutter release button, insert the battery. The LED next to the optical viewfinder changes from green/red blinking, green linking to green steady. 5. When the LED becomes green steady, turn the power off by removing the AC adaptor or the battery. <System Initialize> 1. Boot the test mode. 2. Press [>] twice and then press [MENU]. 3. Select 7: ROM UPDATE and then press [SET]. 4. Select 5: SYSTEMINITIALIZE and then press [SET]. 5. When the following message appears, press [SET]. SYSTEM INITIALIZE START. PUSH OK KEY? 6. The system initialize is performed and the following error message appears. SYSTEM ERROR 7. Turn the power off. <Writing the firmware> 1. While pressing [MENU], turn the power on. 2. When PROGRAM UPDATE appears, select YES and then press [SET]. 3. NOWLOADING appears while the firmware is updated. 4. When COMPLETE appears, the firmware update is complete. 5. Turn the power on and off to check if the camera normally functions. If there is no problem, the firmware update is successful.

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ADJ Tool
s Introduction Make sure to perform the adjustment by the USB ADJ Tool adj03SSAW.exe when replacing the lens unit or the PCB. Here the necessary software, driver and setting are explained to use adj03SSAW.exe. Note that the tool, drivers etc. are available only for Windows. 1. Preparation 1-1. Prepare the necessary software, driver and DLL file. 1) Prepare the following three files. Common test driver for CASIO/PENTAX [testmode_pentax_casio] folder uusbd.dll uusbd.inf uusbd.sys ADJ tool, USB DLL and ADJ setting file [adj03SSAW] folder adj03SSAW.exe (ADJ tool itself) uusbd.dll (USB DLL) *.adt (ADJ setting file. Sorted by models) * Place all files in the same folder. 2) Place the common test driver for CASIO/PENTAX in an appropriate place. 3) Place all of ADJ tool, USB DLL and ADJ setting file in the same folder. 1-2. Set the camera so that it recognizes the USB test mode. 1) Enter the test menu. Turn the power on while pressing both [MENU] and [DISP]. Press [>], [>] and [MENU]. 2) Move the cursor to 3: USB TCC TEST and press [SET]. 3) Move the cursor to 1: USB TCC ON and press [SET]. 4) The USB test mode flag is now saved in the camera. Turn the power off. 5) When the USB test mode flag is ON, the test menu appears first when the camera power is turned on. * When turning the USB test mode flag OFF, set 2: USB TCC OFF in the test menu. 1-3. Install the USB driver for the USB test mode in the computer. (The following is an example using the Windows Me.) 1) Prepare the USB driver for the USB test mode. 2) Turn the camera power on which is set in the USB test mode as shown in 1-2 and let it enter the USB test mode directly (the test menu appears right after the power is turned on). 3) Connect the camera in the above status to the computer by the USB cable. 4) The Add new hardware wizard appears. 5) Check Designate the place for the driver (for users with sufficient knowledge) and press Next. 6) Check Search for the optimum driver for the device (recommended). 7) Check Designate the place to search, designate the place which contains inf file in the driver by pressing Reference button, and then press Next button. 8) When Universal USB Driver (VMEM manufacturers name) appears upon message Searching for the driver file for the following devices, press Next button.

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9) The file copy starts. (If a message uusbd.inf cannot be found appears during the file copy, designate the same place as in the step 7). 10) Press Complete button. 11) Right-click My computer, select property, and then open Device manager. If Universal USB Driver (VMEM manufacturers name),USB device for UUSBD can be found, the computer has successfully recognized the driver. 12) The test driver can be used for both CASIO/PENTAX. Installing the test driver into either one enables the other one to recognize it. * How to uninstall the USB driver for the USB test mode Connect the camera to the computer while in the USB test mode so that the computer recognizes the camera. Right-click My computer, select Property and open Device manager. Select USB device for UUSBD , and then Universal USB Driver (VMEM manufacturer's name). Press Delete button to delete the driver. When using Windows98/98SE/Me, delete the following three files; (NOTE! Do NOT delete usbd.inf and usbd.sys, whose names are much alike the following.) C:windows / inf / uusbd.inf C:windows / inf / other / KashiwanoUUSBD.inf C:windows / system32 / drivers / uusbd.sys The driver has been successfully deleted. 1-4. Use the USB ADJ Tool 1) Prepare ADJ tool, USB DLL and ADJ setting file in the same folder. 2) Turn the camera power on which is set in the USB test mode and let it enter the USB test mode directly (the test menu appears right after the power is turned on). 3) Boot adj03SSAW.exe and use it as follows; To read ADJ data from the camera Press READ ($9). There is no need to set the model by FW Item Set. To write ADJ data into the camera Press WRITE ($8). To save ADJ data which is read Select File and Save All ADJ, and save it under an appropriate name. Open ADJ data which is saved 1. Select the model by "FW Item Set", and then press "Load FW ->" button. 2. Select File and Open, and open the necessary file. Language radio button can switch the language between Japanese and English in which the name of the ADJ ITEM is displayed. Radix radio button can switch the data display between decimal and hexadecimal notations.

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2. How to use ADJ Tool when replacing Lens unit Make sure to perform the following procedure after replacing the lens. A floppy disk with the lens data is bundled in the spare parts of the lens unit. 1 Enter the TEST mode. 1. Turn the power on while pressing both "MENU" and "DISP" buttons. 2. Press "RIGHT" button, "RIGHT" button and "MENU" button while the program version is displayed. 3. Select "3.USB TCC TEST", and press "SET" button. 4. Select "1. USB TCC ON", and press "SET" button. 5. Turn the power OFF. 2 Connect the camera to the computer by the USB cable. 3 Boot "adj03ssaw" . 4 Select the model name and click "Load FW " Key. QV-R41 Kx865 6 QV-R51 Kx866 QV-R52 Kx869 5 Click "ADJ ALL READ", and display the data on the "adj03ssaw". 6 Find the No.1163, "V-COM DC". 7 Write down this value(data). 8 Replace the Lens unit. 9 Perform the above 1 to 3.

0 Select the model name and click "Load FW " Key. A QV-R41 Kx865 QV-R51 Kx866 or Kx869 QV-R52 Kx866 or Kx869 A From "File/Open", open the bundled floppy disk, and transfer the data to the "adj03ssaw". B Find the No.1163,"V-COM DC" C Change the data to the former value.(Refer to 7). D Click "WRITE" button of "ADJ ALL". If error happens on KX866; Change the model name KX866 to KX869. Try to click "WRITE" button again. E After adjustment, change "1. USB TCC ON" to "2. USB TCC OFF".

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3. How to use ADJ Tool when replacing MAIN PCB Firmware is not installed in spare parts. 6

1 Enter the TEST mode. 1. Turn the power on while pressing both "MENU" and "DISP" buttons. 2. Press "RIGHT" button, "RIGHT" button and "MENU" button while the program version is displayed. 3. Select "3.USB TCC TEST", and press "SET" button. 4. Select "1. USB TCC ON", and press "SET" button. 5. Turn the power OFF. 2 Connect the camera to the PC by the USB cable. 3 Boot "adj03ssaw". 5 4 Select the model name and click "Load FW " Key. QV-R41 Kx865 QV-R51 Kx866 4 QV-R52 Kx869 5 Click "ADJ ALL READ", and display the data on the "adj03ssaw". 6 Save the data. 7 Replace the MAIN PCB. 8 Writing the Firmware. Write the firmware into a spare part after replacing one. NOTE: If a battery is inserted without the firmware, only LED blinks green and the camera does not operate. 9 Perform the above 1 to 3. A 0 Select the model name and click "Load FW " Key. QV-R41 Kx865 QV-R51 Kx866 QV-R52 Kx869 A Open the file which is saved above, and display the data on the "adj03ssaw". B Click "WRITE" button of "ADJ ALL". C After adjustment, change "1. USB TCC ON" to "2. USB TCC OFF".

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VCOM DC ADJUSTMENT
s Purpose Readjust the VCOM value to minimize the flicker of the LCD after replacing the LCD or the main PCB. s Necessary tools 1. Camera (Charge its battery fully) 2. Photo diode (S2281-01) : See Fig 1. 3. Photo sensor amp (C2719) : See Fig 2. 4. BNC-BNC cable (E2573) x 2 : See Fig 3. 5. 9-volt alkaline battery (6LR61Y) x 2 : See Fig 4. 6. Oscilloscope s Preparation 1. The three tools can be obtained from the following global site. Photo diode (S2281-01) Photo sensor amp (C2719) BNC-BNC cable (E2573) www.hamamatsu.com/ 2. 9-volt alkaline battery is a standard one, but can be obtained from the following global site as well. www.panasonic.co.jp/global/

Fig1 Photo Diode (S2281-01)

Fig2 Photo Sensor Amp (C2719)

Fig3 BNC-BNC Cable (E2573)

Fig4 6LR61Y

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s Procedure 1. Camera setting a) Turn the power on while pressing MENU and DISP. After pressing Right key twice, press MENU. Figure (a) appears.

Figure (a)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 :VERSION INFO :VIDEO OUT :USB TCC TEST :TEST MENU :SOUND TEST : B AY E R M O D E : R O M U P D AT E :ADJ TEST :REC-INFO :TEST SCRIPT : L A S T M E M O RY : F O R M AT

b) Select 8 : ADJ_TEST and then press SET. (See Figure (b).)

Figure (b)
1:LCD 2:SHUT 3 : AW B . . .

c) Next, select 1. LCD and then press SET. (See Figure (c).)

Figure (c)
1:VCOM . . . OK

d) Pressing SET causes the right figure to appear. (See Figure (d).)

Figure (d)
OK -> Register Write VCOM = 0xca

This value is an example and differs by products.

2. Connecting the TOOL a) Place two 9-volt alkaline batteries in C2719. b) Connect the output terminal of C2719 to the channel terminal of the oscilloscope by the BNC-BNC cable. c) Connect the input terminal to the Photo Diode by the BNC cable. d) Turn the oscilloscope and C2719 on. * Pull the ON/OFF switch of C2719 this way and raise/lower it. (See below Figure.)

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3. Measurement a) Connect S2281-01 to the cameras LCD monitor (see below). AC Waveforms appear on the monitor screen of the oscilloscope. * Change the Rf range of C2719 in case the range does not match.

Photo diode S2281-01

INPUT

OUTPUT

Oscilloscope

Photo sensor amp

CAMERA

BNC-BNC cable LCD Minimize the ripple components

b) After AC waveforms of the oscilloscope appear, minimize it by pressing the cameras up/down buttons (see the picture). Make sure to visually check if it has been minimized.
"Up" button

"Down" button

After it has been minimized, press SET key. The screen in the right figure appears and the new VCOM is written (VCOM adjustment is finished.).

OK -> Register Write VCOM = 0xca ADJ DATA SET!

This value is only an example, and differs by products.

Return to the previous display by pressing MENU or PW key.

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CURRENT CONSUMPTION
(1) Current consumption (DC in = 3.70 ~ 4.05 [V]) Make sure that current consumption is less than 250 mA in PLAY mode. Make sure that current consumption is less than 350 mA in REC mode. Make sure that current consumption is less than 0.5 mA when power is turned OFF. (2) The battery indicator changes according to the voltages as follows. DC in = less than 3.68 0.02V: (PLAY mode) DC in = less than 3.58 0.02V: (PLAY mode) DC in = less than 3.43 0.02V: (PLAY mode)

THE COUNTERMEASURE FOR "SYSTEM ERROR"


System error may occur when the battery is removed while data is written to the internal memory. s PROCEDURE 1. Initialize the system. a) Enter the TEST mode. b) Select "7:ROM UPDATE" and press SET button. c) Next, select "5:SYSTEM INITIAL" and press SET button. d) The following message appears. SYSTEM INITIALIZE START ... PUSH OK KEY? e) Press SET button and System is initialized. But the message, "SYSTEM ERROR", still appears on the monitor. 2. Write firmware. Refer to the "1. To update the firmware version" on page 7. Write the firmware. If the TEST mode boots automatically, change "USB TCC ON" to "USB TCC OFF". Replace the Main PCB if the camera does not recover.

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DISASSEMBLY
s There are several types of screws. Make sure to use the correct ones. s It is a good idea to sort them as shown in the figure when disassembling. 1. Remove the batteries.

s Removing the rear panel 2. Remove six screws.

Screws (S3)

Screws (S2)

Screws (S4) 3. Remove the rear panel. 4. Remove the connector cover and the AC jack cover.

Screws (S3)

AC jack cover

Rear panel

Connector cover
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5. Remove one screw (S1) and then the strap board. Strap board Screw (S1)

s Removing the front panel unit 6. Remove two screws (S2). Screws (S2)

7. Unsolder two battery plates. Battery plates

8. While opening the case in the direction of the arrow, remove the electronic block from the front panel unit. NOTE: Make sure that the hooks are snapped together when assembling. Hooks

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NOTE: Make sure to discharge the strobe condenser when removing the front panel.

s Disassembling the front panel unit 9. Remove two screws (S3) and then remove the tripod sock.

Screws (S3) 10. Remove four screws (S5) and then remove the cam ring and the upper case. Screws (S5)

Tripod sock

Upper case

Screws (S5) 11. Remove two screws (S2) and then remove the center case.

Cam ring

Center case

Screws (S2)

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s Removing the LCD 12. Lift the LCD unit by a pair of tweezers and then remove the LCD unit from the LCD frame.

LCD frame

Concave part

Channel

13. Unsolder the two lead wires. 14. Remove the connector. 15. Remove the LCD unit. Connector NOTE: Make sure to insert the connector tightly when assembling, or the display will be defective.

Red cord

Black cord

16. Remove three screws and then remove LCD frame.

screws

screws

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s Removing the PCB 17. While heating the upper part of the earth board by a soldering iron, lift up the earth board by a pair of tweezers and remove it.

Earth board NOTE: Temporarily fixing the earth board by a screw makes it easier to solder when assembling.

Clamp board

18. Remove the connector. 19. Remove one screw (S7).

Screw (S7)

20. Remove the connector.

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21. Remove the PCB

PCB

s Disassembling the battery case 22. Remove one screw (S8) and then remove the battery case. Battery case Screw (S8)

23. Remove one screw (S9) and then disassemble the battery case (See the figures below for the position of the hooks). Screw (S9)

Battery cover

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s Removing the lens unit 24. Remove two screws (S10) and then remove the lens unit. Screws (S10) Strobe unit (with CAPA holder)

Lens unit NOTE: Insert the convex portion into the concave portion tightly as shown in the figures below when assembling.

C D

Insert A into B tightly.

Insert C into D tightly.

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EXPLODED VIEW
4 2 1 5

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15 7 S2 S1 S2 11 10 S2 13 12 S3 S2 8

16 9

17

18 S3

S4

S3

S3

19 21 20

22

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PARTS PRICE LIST


N N Item Parts Code 1 2 3 4 4 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 12 12 13 14 14 15 16 17 18 19 19 19 19 20 21 22 S1 S2 S3 S4 N: *1: *2: Parts Name Specification TK-RJK505726*001 RJK504662-001V01 RJK504626-001V01 XEST-K865-1-ST XEST-K866-1 RJK504747-001V01 TK-RJK505732*002 TK-RJK505732*001 TK-RJK505724*002 TK-RJK505724*001 TK-RJK505736*002 TK-RJK505736*001 TK-RJK505737*002 TK-RJK505737*001 RJK504661-001V02 RJK505463-001V01 RJK504706-001V02 RJK504660-004V02 RJK504660-003V02 RJK504763-001V01 TK-RJK505735*002 TK-RJK505735*001 RJK504663-001V01 RJK504693-001V01 TK-RJK505734*001 TK-RJK505728*001 RJK504669-005V01 RJK504669-006V01 RJK504669-002V01 RJK504669-003V01 TK-RJK505727*001 RJK505467-001V01 RJK505466-001V01 RJK502970-001V01 RJK502971-001V01 RJK502970-004V01 RJK502970-003V01 CK866DBA01R CK866DCA01R UC-K861-LG10 CBL-K864-AC-JU CBL-K864-AC-EU CBL-K864-AC-UK CBL-K864-AC-CH NC-MDR01JUCA NC-MDR01WCA HR-3U-KSO-4E ST-K861 QTY
QV-R41 QV-R51

N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N

N N N N N N N N N

N N

10149329 PCB ASSY/MAIN 10127443 COVER/JACK 10126467 STRAP BOARD 10147342 STROBE UNIT 10147336 STROBE UNIT 10135336 EARTH BOARD 10149323 ASSY/BATTERY BOX 10149334 ASSY/BATTERY BOX 10149321 LENS UNIT 10149328 LENS UNIT 10149325 ASSY/UPPER CASE 10149336 ASSY/UPPER CASE 10149327 ASSY/FRONT PANEL 10149337 ASSY/FRONT PANEL 10135919 GRIP 10142609 GRIP 10134229 TAPE 10151947 CAM RING 10151946 CAM RING 10126478 TRIPOD SOCK 10149324 ASSY/CENTER CASE 10149335 ASSY/CENTER CASE 10127445 COVER/CONNECTOR 10127436 HOLDER/CAPA 10149338 ASSY/BATTERY COVER 10149331 ASSY/REAR PANEL 10153693 PLATE/RATING 10153694 PLATE/RATING 10153668 PLATE/RATING 10153669 PLATE/RATING 10149330 LCD ASSY 10153672 SUPPORT/LCD 10153671 FRAME/LCD 10086282 SCREW 10086285 SCREW 10131119 SCREW 10086284 SCREW ACCESSORY 10153691 CD-ROM 10153692 CD-ROM 10090421 USB CABLE 10136903 CORD/AC 10136905 CORD/AC 10136906 CORD/AC 10136907 CORD/AC 10126486 CHARGER 10126488 CHARGER 10127402 NI-MH BATTERY 10090412 STRAP New parts Blade type AC cord is built-in.(For US) AC cord is not built-in.

1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 5 5 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1

1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 5 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1

Price Code DT AE AK CN CI AA BA BA EA ED AF AG BS BT AJ AL AA BB BC AM BN BN AE AB AP CA AA AA DG AA AB AA AA AA AA AG AG AQ AI AJ AX AJ BV BV AR AF

Remark

A C C C C C C C A FD attached A FD attached C C B B C C C C C C B B C C B B C Except US C US only Except US C C US only B B C C C C C C C C C C C C C C B C US only Except US Blade type EU type UK type China type *1 *2

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QV-R52
N N Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 19 20 21 22 S1 S2 S3 S4 Parts Code 1018 4415 1012 7443 1012 6467 1014 7336 1013 5336 1017 4885 1018 4414 1018 4419 1018 4420 1014 2609 1015 2188 1018 1176 1012 6478 1018 4418 1012 7445 1012 7436 1017 4886 1018 4417 1018 1218 1018 1173 1018 4416 1015 3672 1015 3671 1008 6282 1008 6285 1013 1119 1008 6284 ACCESSORY 1018 1161 1009 0421 1018 1159 1009 0412 Parts Name PCB ASSY/MAIN COVER/JACK STRAP BOARD STROBE UNIT EARTH BOARD BOX ASSY/BATTERY LENS UNIT CASE ASSY/UPPER PANEL ASSY/FRONT GRIP TAPE CAM RING TRIPOD SOCK CASE ASSY/CENTER COVER/CONNECTER HOLDER/CAPACITOR COVER ASSY/BATTERY PANEL ASSY/REAR LABEL/RATING LABEL/RATING LCD ASSY SUPPORT/LCD FRAME/LCD SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW Specification TK-RJK506801*002 RJK504662-001V01 RJK504626-001V01 XEST-K866-1 RJK504747-001V01 TK-RJK506807*001 RJK506799*002 TK TK-RJK506811*002 TK-RJK506812*002 RJK505463-001V01 RJK506125-001V01 RJK504660-006V02 RJK504763-001V01 TK-RJK506810*002 RJK504663-001V01 RJK504693-001V01 TK-RJK506809*001 TK-RJK506803*002 RJK504669-014V01 RJK504669-015V01 TK-RJK506802*002 RJK505467-001V01 RJK505466-001V01 RJK502970-001V01 RJK502971-001V01 RJK502970-004V01 RJK502970-003V01 QTY Price Code 1 DT 1 AE 1 AK 1 CI 1 AA 1 BF 1 ED 1 AE 1 BS 1 AL 1 AA 1 BC 1 AM 1 BJ 1 AE 1 AB 1 AT 1 CB 1 AA 1 AA 1 DG 1 AA 1 AB 1 AA 5 AA 5 AA 2 AA R Remark

N N N N N N N N

N N N N N

A C X C X C A FD attached C C C C C C B C X C C C For EU/US C Except EU/US B X X X X X X

CD ROM USB CABLE BATTERY/ALKALINE STRAP

CK869DCA01R UC-K861-LG10 LR6GW/2ST ST-K861

1 1 1 1

AE AQ AE AF

C C B 1set : 2pcs X

New Parts

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PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS


MAIN PCB

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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
MAIN PCB (1/2)

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MAIN PCB (2/2)

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Ver.1 : Mar. 2004 Correction of page 29. Ver.2 : Oct. 2004 QV-R52 has been added. The program for QV-R41/R52 has been changed. (P10 ~ P12) Ver.3 : Dec. 2004 Correction of the ADJ TOOL. (P15)

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