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DSC-W150/W170
Ver. 1.4 2009.06 SECTION 6 Auto-ADJ
Revision History ADJUSTMENTS

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Before starting adjustments SERVICE MODE
Adjusting items when replacing main parts and boards APPLICATION FOR ADJUSTMENT (SeusEX)

List of service tools SERVICE MODE

DATA BACKUP
CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENTS
PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS

ADJUSTMENT PROGRAM

DESTINATION DATA WRITE

USB SERIAL No. INPUT

VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS

CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS

LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS

ERROR



Use this Service Manual together with the Automatic Adjustment Program (DSC-W150_W170 Auto-Adj
Ver_1.4r05.exe).




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DSC-W150/W170_ADJ 2009.6
9-852-296-55 Sony EMCS Co. Published by Kohda TEC
SECTION 6
ADJUSTMENTS
Before starting adjustments

1-1. Adjusting items when replacing main parts and boards
When replacing main parts and boards, adjust the items indicated b0y z in the following table.
Note 1: When replacing the SY-194 board, erase the data in internal memory of the board before replacement.
Note 2: CD-732 flexible board (DSC-W150), CD-733 flexible board (DSC-W170).
Replaced parts
Block Mounted parts Board
replacement replacement replacement




CCD block assy (Including CD-732/733 flexible board and CCD imager) (Note 2)




(Timing gen., CCD signal process)
(AF illumination LED)




SE502, SE501 (PITCH, YAW sensor)
(Video amp.)
LCD unit




(COMPLETE) (Note 1)
(COMPLETE)

(COMPLETE)
Adjusting item Adjustment

LCD901


IC304
IC602
D201
AF-113 board
SY-194 board
SY-194 board
SY-194 board

AF-113 board




SY-194 board
ST-180 board
LCD block
Lens block


Flash unit




Destination Data Write Destination data write z
USB Serial No. Input USB serial No. input z
Composite video level Composite video level adj. z z
adjustment
Component out Y level adj.
Component video level
Component out Pb level adj. z z
adjustment
Component out Pr level adj.
Hall adj.
CAMERA adjustment 1 z z
Auto orientation adj.
CAMERA adjustment 2 Flange back adj. z z z
CAMERA adjustment 3 Flange back check z z z
F No. compensation
CAMERA adjustment 4 Measure gain, LV adj. z z z z
Mechanical shutter adj.
AWB 3200K-5800K standard data input
AWB 3200K-5800K check
CAMERA adjustment 5 Color reproduction adj. & check z z z
CCD white defect compensation check
CCD black defect compensation check
CAMERA adjustment 6 Strobe adj. z z z z z
CAMERA adjustment 7 Auto focus illumination check z z z
CAMERA adjustment 8 Angular velocity sensor sensitivity adj. z z z
V-COM adj.
LCD adjustment z z
White Balance adj.

Table 6-1-1
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1-2. List of service tools
Oscilloscope Color monitor

J-1 J-2 HASP key and application J-3
for adjustment (SeusEX)
Personal computer
(Note 1)
Contact our service headquarters of each area USB, A/V, DC IN cable
how to get the application for adjustment for multi-use terminal
(SeusEX) and HASP key. 1-830-848-21
J-4 J-5 J-6
Pattern box PTB-450
J-6082-200-A 9 colors chart (Note 2)
USB cable or
1-829-868-41 Small pattern box For PTB-1450:
PTB-1450 J-6082-562-A
J-6082-557-A

J-7 Clear chart J-8 J-9

For PTB-450: Flange back
Minipattern box adjustment jig
J-6080-621-A
J-6082-353-B J-6082-563-A
For PTB-1450:
J-6082-560-A

J-10 J-11 J-12

AC power adaptor
Siemens star chart Background paper
AC-LS5
J-6080-875-A J-2501-130-A
1-479-284-51



J-13 J-14 J-15

Component
Tripod Adaptor Camera table
video out jig
J-6082-577-B J-6082-384-A
J-6082-659-A




Fig. 6-1-1

Note 1: Personal computer
OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista
RAM: 256 MB or more recommended
USB: 2.0 recommended (also compatible with 1.1)
Two connectors are required.
Note 2: In using the 9 colors chart on the pattern box PTB-450, adjust the chart size through the procedure shown below so that it matches
to the pattern box PTB-450.
1) Prepare a woody board A of the thickness 5 mm, and paint it mat-black.
2) Fit the 9 colors chart in the woody board A, and secure the chart with a black tape, etc. to shield the light.
woody board A
360 mm woody board A


155 mm


135 mm 280 mm




9 colors chart



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6-1. CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENTS

1-1. PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS

1-1-1. Preparations
1) Connect the equipment for adjustments according to Fig. 6-1-2.
2) Start up the application for adjustment (SeusEX).




PC (The SeusEX must be installed in the PC.) DISP SEL switch setting
OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista
TV: Video/Camera
RAM: 256MB or more recommended
System Adjustment
USB: 2.0 recommended (also compatible with 1.1)
Two connectors are required. CAMERA: LCD
System Adjustment

To Multi connector

Tripod Adaptor
(J-6082-577-B)
HASP Key


Camera table
(J-6082-384-A)
To USB
connector

Video system Adjustment AC power adaptor
(Composite video level adj.) AC-LS5
(1-479-284-51)
Oscilloscope
AC IN
Color monitor
Terminated Video
75 (yellow)
USB, A/V, DC IN cable
for multi-use terminal To DC IN jack
Audio (1-830-848-21)
(Black)



Fig. 6-1-2

Note: The set must be connected to the Component video out jig when performing the "Component out (Y, Pb, Pr) level adjustment" in
the "Video System Adjustment".




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Connection diagram when "Component out (Y, Pb, Pr) level adjustment" in "Video System Adjustment" is performed.

Measurement Point:

Component Out Y Level
GND HD_Y
CN1 CN2

Component Out Pr Level
HD_Pb HD_Pr


AUDIO CN3

GND

VIDEO CN4
Component Out Pb Level



CN5 PC (The SeusEX must be install in the PC.)
OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista
RAM: 256MB or more recommended
USB: 2.0 recommended
(also compatible with 1.1)
Two connectors are required.




Component To USB
video out jig connector
(J-6082-659-A)
USB cable
To DC IN jack (1-829-868-41)


AC IN HASP Key
AC power adaptor
AC-LS5 To USB
(1-479-284-51) connector



Fig. 6-1-3




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1-1-2. Precautions
1. Setting the Switch
Unless otherwise specified, set the switches as follows and perform adjustments.
1. Mode dial ...................................................................... Auto Adjustment
2. W/T (Zoom) button ....................................................... WIDE end
3. Digital Zoom
(Settings Shooting Settings Shooting Settings 1) .... Off

9 colors chart (Standard picture frame)

A B A
A=B
C
B
C=
Green Yellow W14 3


C14: Filter for AWB 5800K adjustment
Cyan White Red B


C14 Blue Magenta

C
A
Effective picture frame 2 Transparent window
Adjust the camera position and direction
to obtain the LCD screen or the monitor
Fig. a LCD screen or under scan
( monitor TV picture ) TV display shown in Fig. a.


Fig. 6-1-4

2. Subjects
1) 9 colors chart (Standard picture frame).
When performing adjustments using the 9 colors chart, adjust
the picture frame as shown in Fig. 6-1-4. (Standard picture
frame)
2) Clear chart (Standard picture frame)
Remove the 9 colors chart from the pattern box and insert a
clear chart in its place. (Do not perform zoom operations dur-
ing this time)


3. Setting Distance between Pattern Box and Camera
Set the distance from the front of the lens to the pattern box as
shown in Fig.6-1-5.

L = About 9 cm

Pattern box
Front of the lens

L Camera




Fig. 6-1-5




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4. Precautions When Using Pattern Box
1) It takes about 30 minutes for pattern box to stabilize its brightness.
Turn on the pattern box 30 minutes before the adjustment starts.
2) Make arrangement so that the outside light does not enter the chart surface in the pattern box.
Also, place a board between chart and camera, and make a hole at the lens part of the board so that the camera is not reflected in the
shot image screen.
(Adjustment may not be performed correctly due to the influence of outside light.)
Example 1: Place a box to block a section between pattern box and camera.


Make the hole of the same Make the hole of the same
size as the pattern box. size as the lens.


L = About 9 cm
Pattern box Front of the lens


L Camera




Example 2: Place a board having a hole in front of the camera and cover the pattern box and camera with a blackout curtain



Board that opens hole
Cover with a blackout curtain to lens part

L = About 9 cm
Pattern box Front of the lens


L Camera




3) Control of color chart
The color chart will fade if it is exposed to direct sunlight or strong light.
Since the fading of color chart progresses even with the light in the pattern box, remove and store the color chart when it is not used.
Remove the color chart and store it.
Store the color chart in a place not exposed to direct light, avoiding high temperature and humidity.
Use the color chart for about three years, and afterward replace it with a new chart.




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5. Preparing the Flash Adjustment Box
A dark room is required to provide an accurate flash adjustment.
If it is not available, prepare the flash adjustment box as given
below;

1) Provide woody board A, B, C and D of 15 mm thickness.
woody board A (2) woody board B (2) woody board C (1) woody board D (1)

400 mm 370 mm 700 mm 370 mm




513 mm 513 mm 700 mm 100 mm 370 mm




730 mm 700 mm
120 mm
Fig. 6-1-6

2) Apply black mat paint to one side of woody board A, B and D.
3) Attach background paper (J-2501-130-A) to woody board C.
4) Assemble so that the black sides and the background paper
side of woody board A, B, C and D are internal. (Fig. 6-1-7)
woody board A woody board D



woody board B




woody board A




woody board B

woody board C


Fig. 6-1-7



L = 50 cm


Flash adjustment box
Front of the lens


L Camera


Background paper




Fig. 6-1-8



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1-2. ADJUSTMENT PROGRAM 3. Function of Each Button on Main Menu Screen
The DSC-W150/W170 is adjusted by the Automatic Adjustment When the Automatic Adjustment Program started, the Main Menu
Program. The Automatic Adjustment Program enters automatically screen in Fig. 6-1-9 will appear. On this screen, select each adjust-
via the SeusEX the adjustment operations that were formerly en- ment section.
tered manually by the adjustment remote commander (some items
may be adjusted by manual operation on the operation screen of
the SeusEX). qs

1
1. Precautions When Using Automatic Adjustment
Program qa
1) The Automatic Adjustment Program writes the adjustment re- 2
sults such as EVR data to the set through two-way communi-
cation with the camera via the SeusEX. Accordingly, the Au- 4
tomatic Adjustment Program must be used in the environment
where the SeusEX operates. 5
2) The Automatic Adjustment Program cannot be used when the
6
SEUS or the SeusCam is running. Exit the SEUS or the
SeusCam before using the Automatic Adjustment Program. 7 9
3) The SeusEX must be already started on the PC when using the
Automatic Adjustment Program. With the SeusEX not started, 8 0
some adjustment items will take time in adjustment.
4) The program run time may vary depending on the environ- 3
ment of the personal computer used.
Fig. 6-1-9
2. Start of Automatic Adjustment Program
Double-click the application file (DSC-W150_W170 Auto-Adj 1 [Connecting the Equipment] button
Ver_1.4r05.exe), and the Automatic Adjustment Program will start. A connection diagram of the equipment is displayed.

2 [CONNECT] button
The mode of Camera is switched to the Adjustment Mode.
When the Adjustment Mode has switched normally, the op-
eration of the buttons 4 0 is enabled.

3 [END] button
The mode of Camera is switched to the normal mode.
When the normal mode has switched correctly, the Automatic
Adjustment Program is finished.

4 [DESTINATION DATA WRITE] button
The "DESTINATION DATA WRITE" screen appears.

5 [USB SERIAL N0. INPUT] button
The "USB SERIAL No. INPUT" screen appears.

6 [VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT] button
The "VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT" screen appears.

7 [CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT] button
The "CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT" screen appears.

8 [LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT] button
The "LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT" screen appears.

9 [SERVICE MODE] button
The "SERVICE MODE" screen appears.

0 [DATA BACKUP] button
The "DATA BACKUP" screen appears.

qa This part indicates the version of Automatic Adjustment Pro-
gram.

qs [Adjust item] button
"Adjusting items when replacing main parts and boards" table
is displayed.



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4. Setting of Adjustment Mode 5. Release of Adjustment Mode
Before performing the adjustment, "Setting of Adjustment Mode" To finish the adjustment, be sure to perform "Release of Adjust-
is required. ment Mode".

[Setting method] [Releasing method]
1) Connect the Camera to the PC with a USB cable, and turn on 1) Click the [END] button on the Main Menu screen.
the power switch. 2) When the following message is displayed, releasing of adjust-
2) Start the Automatic Adjustment Program, and click the [Con- ment mode has completed. Click the [OK] button in the mes-
nect] button on the Main Menu screen. sage window to exit the Automatic Adjustment Program.
3) Turn off the power button of the set when the following mes- Note: The Camera switches to the normal mode by turning
sage is displayed. off and on the power switch. After the adjustment fin-
ished, turn off and on again the power switch of the
Camera to confirm that the USB mode screen is dis-
played.




4) Once turn off a set completely by pulling a "DC In Jack" (Or
you can pull a Multi-connector).
5) Connect a "DC In Jack" again and turn on a set by the power
button of a body.
Click the [OK] button on the message screen when the set
started.
6) Upon successful completion of the settings in the Adjustment
Mode, the operation of each button on the Main Menu screen
is enabled.




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1-3. DESTINATION DATA WRITE 2. Destination Data Write
Note: The DESTINATION DATA WRITE cannot be set with other [Writing method]
than the Service board. 1) Select the model name with the Model Name List.

1. Function of Each Button on Destination Data Write
Screen
Click the [DESTINATION DATA WRITE] button on the Main Menu
screen, and the "DESTNATION DATA WRITE" screen in Fig. 6-
1-10 will appear.
1


2) Select the written destination with the Destination List.




2 3 4 5

Fig. 6-1-10

1 [To Menu] button
Return to the main menu. 3) Click the [Data Write] button.

2 Destination Check button
Current destination setting checked when the "DESTINATION
DATA WRITE" screen started is displayed.
When this button is clicked, the destination is checked and the
display is updated.

3 Model Name List
Select the model name.
4) Following message will be appeared after completing data
4 Destination List writing.
Select the written destination.

5 [Data Write] button
Write the destination data to the camera.




5) After the destination data writing completed, click the Desti-
nation Check button to check the destination




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3. Selectable Language Table
SELECTABLE LANGUAGE
DESTINATION




VIDEO OUT
Default
Portuguese




Norwegian
Traditional
AREA




Hungarian
Simplified
Japanese




Swedish
Chinese

Chinese
German

Spanish




Russian



Persian
English




Turkish
Korean




Melayu




Finnish
French




Danish
Arabic




Czech
Polish




Greek
Italian




Dutch




Thai
JE3 JE z a a a a a a a a a PAL
U2 US z a a a a a NTSC
CA2 CND z a a a a a NTSC
CEE2 a a a a a a a z a a a a a a a a a PAL
CEE8 AEP z a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a PAL
CEE9 z a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a PAL
CEH UK z a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a PAL
DSC-W150




E15 z a a a a a a a a a PAL
E32 E z a a a a a a a a a PAL
E33 a z a a a a a a a a NTSC
TH6 Thai a a a a a a a a z a PAL
AU2 AUS z a a a a a PAL
HK1 HK z a a a a a a a a a PAL
CN1 CH a a a z a a a a a a PAL
KR2 KR a a a a a z a a a a NTSC
AR2 AR a z a a a a a a a a NTSC
BR1 BR a a z a a a a a a a NTSC
J1 J z NTSC
U2 US z a a a a a NTSC
CA2 CND z a a a a a NTSC
CEE2 a a a a a a a z a a a a a a a a a PAL
CEE8 AEP z a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a PAL
CEE9 z a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a PAL
CEH UK z a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a PAL
DSC-W170




E15 z a a a a a a a a a PAL
E32 E z a a a a a a a a a PAL
E33 a z a a a a a a a a NTSC
TH6 Thai a a a a a a a a z a PAL
AU2 AUS z a a a a a PAL
HK1 HK z a a a a a a a a a PAL
CN1 CH a a a z a a a a a a PAL
KR2 KR a a a a a z a a a a NTSC
AR2 AR a z a a a a a a a a NTSC
BR1 BR a a z a a a a a a a NTSC
z: INITIAL LANGUAGE
Table 6-1-2




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1-4. USB SERIAL No. INPUT 1. Function of Each Button on USB Serial No. Input
The set is shipped with a unique ID (USB Serial No.) written in it. Screen
This ID has not been written in a new board for service, and there- Click the [USB SERIAL No. INPUT] button on the Main Menu
fore it must be entered after the board replacement. screen, and "USB SERIAL No. INPUT" screen in Fig. 6-1-11
If original ID can be read from the board before replacement, read will appear.
it from the board before replacement using the "SERIAL READ/ 1
WRITE" screen, and then write it after replacement.
If original ID cannot be read from the board before replacement,
write the ID for service using the "MANUAL WRITE" screen.
(The ID for service is different from the ID written when the set is
shipped.) Enter the PRODUCT ID (last 5 characters of model 2 3
name) and SERIAL No. into the screen and write them.
4

5


6
7




Fig. 6-1-11

1 [To Menu] button
The Main menu screen comes back.

2 Display area
The "PRODUCT ID" and "SERIAL No." are displayed.

3 [Check Serial] button
The USB SERIAL No. data is read from the camera and dis-
played in the display area.

4 [Read and Save] button
The USB SERIAL No. data is read from the camera and saved
in PC as a file.
Default file name is as follows:
DSC-W150_SERIAL_xxxxxxxx_yyyymmdd.dat

Date
USB serial number
Data name
5 [Load and Write] button
The USB SERIAL No. data is loaded from the file saved in
PC and written to the camera.

6 Input area
Enter "PRODUCT ID" and "SERIAL No." when writing the
ID for service.
The "PRODUCT ID" is set from the last 5 characters of model
name if the model name is selected.
For the "SERIAL No.", read it from the label on the camera
body and enter it.

7 [Write Manually] button
The USB SERIAL No. data entered in the input area is written
to the camera.




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1-5. VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS

1-5-1. Function of Each Button on Video System
Adjustment Screen
Click the [VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT] button on the Main
Menu screen, and the "VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT"
screen in Fig. 6-1-12 will appear.
1




2 3

4

5


Fig. 6-1-12

1 [To Menu] button
Return to the main menu.

2 [Preparation] button
Notes for adjustment or jigs used are displayed.

3 [Start] button
Each adjustment "Composite Video Level Adjustment" or
"Component Video Level Adjustment" starts.

4 [Reboot] button
When this button is clicked, the camera is rebooted.

5 [Release Data Setting] button
The data setting at the adjustment is cancelled.
During the data setting, the button color changes from "white"
to "red". When the data setting is cancelled, the button color
returns to "white".
(Use this button when an error occurred in the video adjust-
ment. If the adjustment completed successfully, the data set-
ting is automatically cancelled and the button color returns to
"white".)

1-5-2. Adjustment Items of VIDEO System Adjust-
ment
The adjustment items of video system adjustment are as listed in
Table 6-1-3. The Automatic Adjustment Program executes the ad-
justment items if the VIDEO Adjustment Start button is clicked.

Button Measuring Adjusting Address
Adjustment Measurement Point
Name Instrument Block Page Address
Composite VIDEO terminal of USB, A/V, DC IN
Composite Video
Video Level cable for multi-use terminal Oscilloscope 11 60 06B8
Level Adj.
Adjustment (75 ohm terminated)
Component Out Land of HD_Y
Oscilloscope 11 60 0680
Y Level Adj. (Component video out jig)
Component