AMBIT inverter datasheet, cross reference, circuit and application notes in pdf format. Ambit K02i Inverter Replacement LCD Inverter (DELL INSPIRON E LAPTOP LJA LTNW-B2 LF IVT K02I LF. Re: Ambit Backlight Inverter. «Reply #1 on: April 08, , pm». tv model number? usually there is a 25v source to the inverter.
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December 31, Home Help Search Login Register. Send this topic Print. Kevin Mullins Trade Count: Just a shot in the dark here The video itself is working Found a couple caps that were swollen, changed those.
The fuse on the inverter itself is still good. Nothing else obvious and most of what’s left is surface mount stuff. What I really need to know is what the pinout would be to verify if it’s the inverter or the signal telling it to turn on. Namely what would pin 5 be for? Lots of smaller inverters laptop run on 12V, notso 12V isn’t unreasonable. Pin 4 sounds like an on-off signal. Pin 5 may be a brightness control. Check to see where it runs. On some inverters, you just PWM the on-off signal, while others do the PWM onboard and have an analog signal for brightness usually current based, not voltage.
If you happen to have a scope, easy way to see if things are churning is to look for some sort of AC multimeter probably won’t pick it up, but a true RMS might at the input to the transformer. They’re just flyback converters, much like that found in a TV set but with lower output voltage. MonMotha on April 08, Kevin Mullins on April 08, Hello, I was googling around looking for some tips to troubleshoot such an Ambit inverter.
Quite the same Philips TV set but the 15 inches one. Sometimes I’ve got the backlight at once, sometimes it doesn’t want to start. Since I’ve open the TV it works normally should have get afraid of the soldering station: So I’ve been able to measure the various voltage you mentionned and found the same. A bad solder joint? I have resoldered a lot of them. Without scope I can’t help about the brightness control system but by experience on other inverter, even without signal on this input you can get the inverter on.
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About your trouble, I’m quite sure the two electrolytic caps on your board are dead and I suspect the two plastic grey caps to be the source of our common trouble. This question because I don’t understand why your circuit get so hot. Thanks for joining the forum and welcome. Flashman on April 10, Kevin Mullins on April 10, Just wanted to throw a couple pics up in case anyone else is searching for this sort of thing.
The cap circled in RED is the one that kept the inverter from coming on properly. The stuff circled in green are all suspects in need of changing even though the TV is technically “functioning”.
The small round black ones on the main pcb are ones I need to identify still. They appear to have what I can only describe as a circular “sweat mark” on the tops of them as if they had run hot as well. The only marking on them is a Those little gray cans marked “” look like they could be inductors, not caps.
Tough to tell from the pic. MonMotha on April 10, I’ve just make a little test: So it is in contradiction with what i’m used to with some other inverters I have repaired before. Well, this give a clue to where we should look and it is not the inverter even if resoldering some joints on this board may have cure my ambti. It has run for a while now and it’s amazing how hot the chips on the mainboard get. I haven’t noticed it before but the silicon can stand it better than my fingers.
Been doing a little capacitor moving around just because I don’t have enough new ones at the moment to just go ahead and replace them.
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And there are 5 identical 25vuf on the main pcb. Went back to it later on to poke around some more and it wouldn’t come on at all this time. It also did NOT get hot. Everything seemed to be of “normal” temperatures. So I just let it sit with power on for awhile to see what it would do.
Eventually the screen finally came on after minutes and then everything started invwrter hot again.
I also put the known dead cap in that spot and the screen would never come on. So it seems there are at least a couple of those identical caps that will cause the inverter not to come on or have issues of sorts. This also tell me some of the other caps are probably about dead and this may indeed be leading to the overheating issue.
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And my best inverteer at the moment would be to just replace them all. NOTE – Also noticed earlier that any time the inverter was not getting a signal to pin 5 there is an audible ticking from somewhere around the main pcb. So this could be a clue for someone ambiit if they have a bad inverter or not during troubleshooting.
The cap I’m referring to now is circled in RED. It works well but since Ajbit opened it up it keeps on working and so can’t really tell any difference. Maybe the OSD is more stable on the snowy image you get without an antenna connected. Anyway the scaler board still gets very hot ambti the OSD shows then some little flickering.
It would be interesting to look with a scope if the power adapter delivers a clean voltage Googling with the scaler ref. A never ending story those bad caps. Hope you can repair yours as the dot matrix it is equipped with is very good and provides a really sharp image connected to a PC. Mabit can find the coil symbol on the other PCB side. Well, it looks like both of these use the same LC03 Scaler board, so I’m assuming most will be the same aside from the actual LCD size.
I compared those cap lists and couldn’t find a few of them either. I’ll poke around it some more and look again.
I found all but caps they have listed. They also seem to use higher voltage rated caps, so maybe they’ll hold up better because of that as well.
I did some more googling and came across this though: I’ve only browsed through it at the moment I was able to download it, but only after registering and all that. I would just invreter it here, but the file is like 26MB. Flashman on April 11, Many thanks for the link to the service manual and, not to forget it, the help you provide. I have reassemble mine and I consider it as repaired. Hope you can fix yours as well. Flashman on April 12, Hi Kevin, Unfortunately not, the scaler board still gets very hot in few minutes while testing the repair.
The service manual is really well done and even provides the ambjt schematic, parts list and functionnal description. But however if a 5v circuit monitor is built-in there is no clue of any thermal protection in this system.
Kevin, You now raise my own curiousity! Invertr it keep on running hot or not? Please let me know when you get them changed. QRZ, If I understand correctly you wonder which model does this chassis manual on about? Flashman on April 13, Hi, Have you got some news?
But will get back to this one soon.