Equipment information

Sony CCD-TRV55E Video camera
Manufacturer:
Sony
Model: CCD-TRV55E
Date: 1998
Category: Audio, Video, TV, Multimedia
Group: Video camera
Description: Video camera recorder System
Information:
                                    Video camera recorder
System
Video recording system
CCD-TRV75/TRV75PK/TRV715 : 4
rotary heads (SP/LP independent heads)
CCD-TRV3E/TRV13E/TRV23E/
TRV45E/TRV55E/TRV65E/TRV69E :
2 Rotary heads
Helical scanning FM system
Audio recording system
Rotary heads, FM system
Video signal
CCD-TRV75/TRV75PK/TRV715 :
NTSC color, EIA standards
CCD-TRV3E/TRV13E/TRV23E/
TRV45E/TRV55E/TRV65E/TRV69E :
PAL color CCIR standards
Usable cassette
8mm video format cassette
CCD-TRV3E/TRV13E/TRV23E/
TRV45E/TRV55E : standard 8
CCD-TRV65E/69E/TRV75/TRV75PK/
TRV715 : Hi8 or standard 8
Recording / Playback time
CCD-TRV75/TRV75PK/TRV715 :
(using 120 min. cassette)
SP mode: 2 hours
LP mode: 4 hours
CCD-TRV3E/TRV13E/TRV23E/
TRV45E/TRV55E/TRV65E/TRV69E :
(using 90 min. cassette)
SP mode: 1 hours and 30 minutes
LP mode: 3 hours
Fastforward/rewind time
CCD-TRV75/TRV75PK/TRV715 :
(using 120 min. cassette) Approx. 5 min.
CCD-TRV3E/TRV13E/TRV23E/
TRV45E/TRV55E/TRV65E/TRV69E :
(using 90 min. cassette) Approx. 5 min.
Image device
CCD (Charge Coupled Device)
Viewfinder
Electronic viewfinder
Monochrome
Lens
Combined power zoom lens
Filter diameter 17/16 in. (37 mm)
CCD-TRV13E (AEP,UK) :
16 x (Optical), 32 x (Digital)
CCD-TRV13E (EE,NE,RU) :
16 x (Optical), 160 x (Digital)
CCD-TRV65E (AEP,UK)/TRV75 (US,
CND)/TRV715 :
18 x (Optical), 72 x (Digital)
CCD-TRV23E/TRV45E/TRV55E/
TRV65E (EE,NE,RU,E,AUS,HK,CN)/
TRV75 (E, JE)/TRV75PK :
18 x (Optical), 220 x (Digital)
Focal distance
CCD-TRV3E/13E : 3/16 - 2 5/8 in.
(4.1 - 65.6 mm)
CCD-TRV23E/TRV45E/TRV55E/
TRV65E/TRV69E/TRV75/TRV75PK/
TRV715 : 3/16 - 8 in. (4.1 - 73.8 mm)
When converted to a 35 mm still camera
CCD-TRV3E/TRV13E :
1 9/16 - 24 7/8 in. (39.4 - 630 mm)
CCD-TRV23E :
1 9/16 - 28 in. (39.4 - 709 mm)
CCD-TRV45E/TRV55E/TRV65E/
TRV69E/TRV75/TRV75PK/TRV715 :
1 7/8 - 33 1/2 in. (47.2 - 850 mm)
Color temperature
Auto
Minimum illumination*
* Minimum illumination expresses the
light level a camcoder requires to
produce a picture.
CCD-TRV23E : 0.4 lux (F 1.4)
CCD-TRV3E/13E : 0.4 lux (F1.4)
(*Visible minimum low light 0.2 lux)
* Visible minimum low light expresses
the light level to produce a visible
signal.
CCD-TRV45E/TRV55E/TRV65E/
TRV69E/TRV75/TRV75PK/TRV715 :
0.7 lux (F 1.4)
CCD-TRV23E/TRV45E/TRV55E/
TRV65E/TRV69E/TRV75/TRV75PK/
TRV715 :
0 lux (in NightShot mode)*
* Object invisible for the dark can be
shot with infrared lighting.
Illumination range
CCD-TRV3E/TRV13E/TRV23E :
0.4 lux to 100,000 lux
CCD-TRV45E/TRV55E/TRV65E/
TRV69E/TRV75/TRV75PK/TRV715 :
0.7 lux to 100,000 lux
Recommended illumination
More than 100 lux
LCD screen
Picture
CCD-TRV3E/TRV13E/TRV23E/
TRV65E/TRV69E :
2.5 inches measured diagonally
2 x 1 1/2 in.(50.3 x 37.4 mm)
CCD-TRV45E/TRV55E :
3.5 inches measured diagonally
2 7/8 x 2 in.(72.4 x 50.4 mm)

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Sony -- CCD-TRV55E -- Service Manual
File name: Sony-8619-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service Manual
Pages: 188
Size: 22.93 Mbytes (24043044 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
Manual-ID/Number: 9-974-038-11
Date: 01 July 1998
Quality: Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
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Information:
SERVICE NOTE
1. Power Supply During Repairs
......................................... 5
2. To Take out a Cassette when not Eject (Force Eject) ....... 5
Self-Diagnosis Function
1. Self-diagnosis function
.................................................... 6
2. Self-diagnosis Display
..................................................... 6
3. Service Mode Display
...................................................... 6
3-1. Display Method
................................................................
6
3-2. Switching of Backup No.
................................................. 6
3-3. End of Display
.................................................................
6
4. Self-diagnosis Code Table
............................................... 7
1. GENERAL
Using this manual
......................................................................
1-1
Checking supplied accessories
.................................................. 1-1
Installing and Charging the battery pack
...................................1-1
Inserting a cassette
.....................................................................1-2
Camera recording
......................................................................
1-2
Hints for better Shooting
...........................................................1-4
Checking the recorded picture
...................................................1-5
Playing back a tape
....................................................................
1-5
Searching for the end of the picture
.......................................... 1-6
Using alternative power sources
................................................ 1-6
Changing the mode settings
...................................................... 1-7
Shooting with backlighting
.......................................................1-8
Using the FADER function
.......................................................1-8
Shooting in the dark (NightShot)
.............................................. 1-9
Using the wide mode function
...................................................1-9
Using the PROGRAM AE function
...........................................1-9
Focusing manually
...................................................................1-10
Enjoying picture effect
............................................................1-10
Adjusting the exposure
............................................................1-11
Superimposing a title
...............................................................1-11
Making your own titles
............................................................1-12
Recording with the date/time
...................................................1-12
Optimizing the recording condition
.........................................1-12
Releasing the STEADY SHOT function
.................................1-13
Watching on a TV screen
.........................................................1-13
Editing onto another tape
.........................................................1-13
Recording from a VCR or TV
.................................................1-14
Changing the lithium battery in the camcoder
........................1-14
Resetting the date and time
......................................................1-14
Simple setting of clock by time difference
..............................1-15
Usable cassettes and playback modes
.....................................1-15
Tips for using the battery pack
................................................1-15
Maintenance information and precautions
..............................1-16
Using your camcorder abroad
.................................................1-17
Self-diagnosis display
..............................................................1-17
Identifying the parts
.................................................................1-18
Warning Indicators
..................................................................1-20
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2. DISASSEMBLY
2-1. Removal of Front Panel Block
......................................... 2-1
2-2. Removal of Cabinet (R) Block
......................................... 2-2
2-3. Removal of EVF
Block-1................................................. 2-2
2-4. Removal of LCD Block (3/3.5 inch)
................................2-2
2-5. Removal of LCD Block (2.5 inch)
................................... 2-2
2-6. Removal of CF-51 (CF-50) Board and Control Switch Block
(MR-8500)/(MF-8500)
.................................................... 2-3
2-7. Removal of EVF
Block-2................................................. 2-3
2-8. Removal of Cabinet (L) Block and
Battery Panel Block
......................................................... 2-4
2-9. Removal of Cassette Lid Assembly
................................. 2-4
2-10. Removal of Control Switch Block (FK-8500)
................. 2-4
2-11. Removal of Zoom Lens Block
......................................... 2-5
2-12. Removal of DD-105 Board and PJ-84 (PJ-83) Board ......2-5
2-13. Removal of VC-195 and SE-67 (SE-66) Board
............... 2-5
2-14. Service Position
...............................................................
2-6
2-15. Circuit Board Location
..................................................... 2-7
3. BLOCK DIAGRAMS
3-1. Overall Block Diagram
.................................................... 3-1
3-2. Camera/Video 1 Block Diagram
......................................3-5
3-3. VTR/Camera Control Block Diagram
............................. 3-9
3-4. Servo Block Diagram
..................................................... 3-12
3-5. Mode Control Block Diagram
........................................3-15
3-6. Audio Block Diagram
....................................................3-19
3-7. LCD (CCD-TRV23E/TRV45E/TRV55E/TRV65E/TRV69E/
TRV75/TRV75PK/TRV715) Block Diagram ......................3-23
3-8. LCD (CCD-TRV3E/TRV13E) Block Diagram
................... 3-26
3-9. B/W EVF Block Diagram
..............................................3-29
3-10. Power Block Diagram
....................................................3-33
4. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAMS
4-1. Frame Schematic Diagram (1)
...........................................4-1
• Frame Schematic Diagram (2)
........................................ 4-4
4-2. Printed Wiring Boards and Schematic Diagrams
...............4-7
• CD-197/198 (CCD Imager)
(2.5 Inch LCD, 3 Inch/3.5 Inch LCD Model) Board .......4-8
• VC-195 (Camera, Y/C Processor, IN/OUT,
REC/PB Head Amp, Servo/System Control, Servo,
Audio, IR Transmiter, Mode Control) Board ................4-10
• VC-195 (Camera 1) Board
............................................4-17
• VC-195 (Camera 2) Board
............................................4-19
• VC-195 (Y/C Process) Board
........................................4-23
• VC-195 (IN/OUT) Board
..............................................4-27
• VC-195 (REC/PB Head Amp) Board............................4-31
• VC-195 (Servo/System Control) Board
........................4-35
• VC-195 (Servo) Board
..................................................4-38
• VC-195 (Audio) Board
..................................................4-41
• VC-195 (IR Transmiter) Board
.....................................4-46
• VC-195 (Mode Control) Board
.....................................4-49
• SE-67/66 (Steady Shot)
(2.5 Inch, 3 Inch/3.5 Inch LCD Model) Board ..............4-52
• PJ-83/84 (AV IN/OUT)
(2.5 Inch, 3 Inch/3.5 Inch LCD Model) Board ..............4-55
• MA-331 (Stereo Mic, Laser Link)
(2.5 Inch LCD Model) Board
........................................4-58
• MA-312 (Stereo Mic, Laser Link)
(3 Inch/3.5 Inch LCD Model) Board
.............................4-59
• CF-50 (Control (2.5 Inch LCD Model)) Board .............4-64
• CF-51 (Control (3 Inch/3.5 Inch LCD Model)) Board ..4-73
• Control Switch Block (FK-8500/SS-8500) ...................4-77
• PD-92 (RGB Decorder, LCD Drive, Back Light LCD
(2.5 Inch LCD Model)) Board
.......................................4-78
• PD-92 (RGB Decorder) Board
......................................4-81
• PD-92 (LCD Drive) Board
............................................4-84
• PD-92 (Back Light) Board
............................................4-87
• PD-92 (LCD) Board
......................................................4-88
• PD-93 (RGB Decorder, LCD Drive, Back Light LCD
(3 Inch/3.5 Inch LCD Model)) Board
...........................4-90
• PD-93 (RGB Decorder) Board
......................................4-93
• PD-93 (LCD Drive) Board
............................................4-96
• PD-93 (Back Light) Board
............................................4-99
• PD-93 (LCD) Board
....................................................4-100
• VF-99 (B/W EVF (B/W EVF Model)) Board .............4-103
• DD-105 (Power) Board
...............................................4-108
5. ADJUSTMENTS
5-1. CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENTS ..........................5-1
1-1. Preparations before Adjustment (Camera Section)
..........5-1
1-1-1. List of Service Tools
................................................. 5-1
1-1-2. Preparations
...............................................................
5-2
1-1-3. Precautions
................................................................
5-5
1. Setting the Switch
..................................................... 5-5
2. Adjusting Procedure
.................................................. 5-5
3. Subject
.......................................................................
5-5
1-1-4. Adjusting Remote Commander
................................. 5-6
1. Using the adjusting remote commander ....................5-6
2. Precautions upon using the adjusting
remote commander
.................................................... 5-6
1-1-5. Data Processing
......................................................... 5-7
1-2. Initialization of D, E, F Page Data
....................................5-8
1. Initialization of D, E, F Page Data
............................5-8
2. Modification of D, E, F Page Data
........................... 5-8
3. D Page Table
............................................................. 5-9
4. F Page Table
............................................................5-10
5. E Page Table
............................................................5-12
1-3. Camera System Adjustments
..........................................5-14
1. G-CAM flip Adjustment
......................................... 5-14
2. Hall Adjustment
......................................................5-15
3. Flange Back Adjustment
......................................... 5-16
3-1. Flange Back Adjustment (1)
................................... 5-16
3-2. Flange Back Adjustment (2)
................................... 5-16
4. Flange Back Check
................................................. 5-17
5. Picture Frame Setting
..............................................5-17
6. Color Reproduction Adjustment
............................. 5-18
7. IRIS IN/OUT Adjustment
....................................... 5-19
8. MAX GAIN Adjustment
......................................... 5-19
9. Auto White Balance Standard Data Input ............... 5-20
10. Auto White Balance Adjustment
............................. 5-20
11. White Balance Check
..............................................5-21
12. Angular Velocity Sensor Sensitivity Adjustment ....5-22
(CCD-TRV45E/TRV55E/TRV65E/TRV69E/TRV75/
TRV75PK/TRV715)
1-4. Monochrome Electronic Viewfinder
System Adjustments
....................................................... 5-23
1-4-1. Horizontal Slant Check
........................................... 5-23
1-4-2. Centering Adjustment
............................................. 5-23
1-4-3. Focus Adjustment
....................................................5-23
1-4-4. Aberration Adjustment
............................................5-24
1-4-5. Horizontal Amplitude Adjustment (VF-99 board) ..5-24
1-4-6. Vertical Amplitude Adjustment (VF-99 board) ....... 5-25
1-4-7. Brightness Adjustments (VF-99 board)
..................5-25
1-4-8. Horizontal Amplitude, Vertical Amplitude,
Focus Check
............................................................5-25
1-5. LCD System Adjustment
................................................5-26
1. LCD initial data input
............................................. 5-26
2. VCO adjustment (PD-92/93 board) ........................5-27
3. D range adjustment (PD-92/93 board) ....................5-27
4. Bright adjustment (PD-92/93 board)
....................... 5-28
5. Contrast adjustment (PD-92/93 board) ................... 5-28
6. V-COM level adjustment (PD-92/93 board) ........... 5-29
7. Color adjustment (PD-92/93 board)
........................5-29
8. V-COM adjustment (PD-92/93 board) ....................5-30
9. White balance adjustment (PD-92/93 board) ..........5-30
5-2. MECHANICAL SECTION ADJUSTMENT ................. 5-31
2-1. Operating without a Cassette
..........................................5-31
2-2. Tape path Adjustment
..................................................... 5-31
1. Preparations for adjustments
................................... 5-31
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