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Pinouts for Hirose 41 pin connector on panasonic LCD DL3DE0127BAA

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  • jccalhoun Nov 01, 2008

    Since the first reply was a question to restate the problem, I will be more specific. LCDs have a connector which brings the video signal, power and synch signals to the LCD. For the Panasonic LCD that I referenced the connector is a 41 pin Hirose connector. I am interested in obtaining the list of signals on a pin by pin basis for this connector on the Panasonic LCD I quoted.

  • jccalhoun Nov 01, 2008

    Close but no cigar. There is a VESA standard which I have. Unfortunately most manufacturers ignore this and choose a different pinout, so if I don't have anything which references the Panasonic model I have I do not trust what Sharp or any other manufacturer does since they do not follow the standard.

  • jccalhoun Nov 01, 2008

    This was not useful. These are websites where I can order the part. They have no information on the parts. They just sell them.

  • jccalhoun Nov 01, 2008

    Ok I got one more reference to the Wikipedia page on TFT panels which are not panasonic. This is not helpful. also a reference to the hirose catalog page. also not useful

  • jccalhoun Nov 01, 2008

    Please stop sending useless information. If you do not know the answer please do not post anything.

  • jccalhoun Nov 01, 2008

    What is the reference to your posting Fonehacker. I have several 41 pin mappings but how do I know that this is the right one. This looks suspiciously like the Wikipedia table for a different LCD.

  • jccalhoun Nov 01, 2008

    This is the same pinout as posted by Fonehacker above, but my question remains what is the reference for this? So far it is just another 41 pin pinout. Without a reference to the Panasonic LCD I have i have little confidence that this solution is any better than the 4 0r 5 other pinouts I have.

  • jccalhoun Nov 01, 2008

    Not sure what this posting says since the issue is not a repair issue.

  • jccalhoun Nov 01, 2008

    Not sure why the last posting was posted.

  • jccalhoun Nov 01, 2008

    You are absolutely right about this being the standard. However if you note the two postings by Fonehacker and ? they agree on a pinout but it is different than the pinout you sent. I already had this pinout directly from the VESA standard. The problem is that it is only a guideline, not a requirement.

  • jccalhoun Nov 01, 2008

    This post does nothing

  • jccalhoun Nov 01, 2008

    This post is for 31 pin not 41 pin and for Sharp not Panasonic

  • jccalhoun Nov 01, 2008

    I am officially calling off the request for information. I received no knowledge I did not already have and instead got a lot of useless posts.

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I am attaching the image. This is standard 41 PIN Hirose connector for the LCD TV. It doesnt matter who is the manufacturer because all LCD TV has to abide with the Industry architecture. For more information click this link :

http://www.geocities.com/p9019/lcd/LCD_Panel_Pinout.html

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    Hope this answer your query.



    Thanks

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Here are the pinouts for your lcd

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Sharp - 31-pin Hirose DF9 version 2 Modules:

  • Sharp LQ10D131 (DF9L-31P-1V)
  • Sharp LQ9D03B (DF9B-31PA-1V)
  • Sharp LQ9D161 (DF9BA-31P-1V)

Pinout:
pin function remarks
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1 R0 Red data signal (LSB)
2 GND
3 R1 Red data signal
4 Vsync Vertical sync signal
5 R2 Red data signal
6 Hsync Horizontal sync signal
7 R3 Red data signal (MSB)
8 GND
9 GND
10 CLK Clock signal for sampling each data signal
11 G0 Green data signal (LSB)
12 GND
13 G1 Green data signal
14 TEST - (do not connect)
15 GND
16 TEST - (do not connect)
17 G2 Green data signal
18 TEST/GND - (do not connect) (GND on LQ9D03B module)
19 G3 Green data signal (MSB)
20 GND
21 GND
22 Vcc +3,3V or +5V (see below)
23 B0 Blue data signal (LSB)
24 Vcc +3,3V or +5V (see below)
25 B1 Blue data signal
26 TEST - (do not connect)
27 GND
28 ENAB Data enable signal
29 B2 Blue data signal
30 GND
31 B3 Blue data signal (MSB)


http://events.pcm411.com/sid07/Data/EC/Event/Exhibitors/58/dfe0dbd9-d2d8-47ec-9dce-9e273f96c281.pdf

thanks golu_fixya

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    shivam raj Nov 01, 2008

    pin function remarks
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    1 R0 Red data signal (LSB)
    2 GND
    3 R1 Red data signal
    4 Vsync Vertical sync signal
    5 R2 Red data signal
    6 Hsync Horizontal sync signal
    7 R3 Red data signal (MSB)
    8 GND
    9 GND
    10 CLK Clock signal for sampling each data signal
    11 G0 Green data signal (LSB)
    12 GND
    13 G1 Green data signal
    14 TEST - (do not connect)
    15 GND
    16 TEST - (do not connect)
    17 G2 Green data signal
    18 TEST/GND - (do not connect) (GND on LQ9D03B module)
    19 G3 Green data signal (MSB)
    20 GND
    21 GND
    22 Vcc +3,3V or +5V (see below)
    23 B0 Blue data signal (LSB)
    24 Vcc +3,3V or +5V (see below)
    25 B1 Blue data signal
    26 TEST - (do not connect)
    27 GND
    28 ENAB Data enable signal
    29 B2 Blue data signal
    30 GND
    31 B3 Blue data signal (MSB)

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Wow i hope ac and ref never get this complicated looks like phone hacker is on traqck to me but wow this is outta my leaguegood luck

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You need to buy a new LCD now, as it could not be reparied..

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Try these to get that pinout parts
http://www.analogic.co.uk/LCD/AU_Optronics_B141EW01_V3_LCD.html
http://www.pinnaclemicro.com/computer/parts.php
http://www.laptoplcdweb.co.uk/p/panasonic_lcd_by_part_number.html
http://www.ezsystems.com/newcart/search.php?g=DL3DE0127BAA&SA10X

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Can you restate your problem .
I cant clearly understand what is your problem .

Posted on Nov 01, 2008

  • SAM ANDERSON Nov 01, 2008

    Pin No. Signal Description Pin No. Signal Description
    1 GND Ground 22 GND Ground
    2 LCD_CLOCK Dot Clock 23 LCD_D9 LCD Data Bit 9
    3 GND Ground 24 LCD_D14 LCD Data Bit 14
    4 LCD_HS Horizontal Sync 25 LCD_D17 LCD Data Bit 17
    5 LCD_VS Vertical Sync 26 GND Ground
    6 GND Ground 27 GND Ground
    7 GND Ground 28 GND Ground
    8 GND Ground 29 LCD_D5 LCD Data Bit 5
    9 LCD_D3 LCD Data Bit 3 30 LCD_D4 LCD Data Bit 4
    10 LCD_D2 LCD Data Bit 2 31 LCD_D11 LCD Data Bit 11
    11 LCD_D1 LCD Data Bit 1 32 GND Ground
    12 GND Ground 33 LCD_D8 LCD Data Bit 8
    13 LCD_D10 LCD Data Bit 10 34 LCD_D13 LCD Data Bit 13
    14 LCD_D15 LCD Data Bit 15 35 LCD_D16 LCD Data Bit 16
    15 LCD_D12 LCD Data Bit 12 36 GND Ground
    16 GND Ground 37 LCD_BLNK LCD Blank/AC Timing
    17 GND Ground 38 DISPON DSTN Display On Control
    18 GND Ground 39 LCDVCC LCD +3.3V Power
    19 LCD_D0 LCD Data Bit 0 40 LCDVVC LCD +3.3V power
    20 LCD_D7 LCD Data Bit 7 41 (NC)
    21 LCD_D6 LCD Data Bit 6

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YES, Zian it will work....BUT,....................

1) It is a PCI graphics card, and uses a PCI expansion slot.

http://www.tigerdirect.ca/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2898922&CatId=319

The Dell Dimension 2400 Desktop PC's motherboard, has three long white PCI slots,

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/dim2400/en/sm_en/techov.htm#1105465

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-Dimension-2400-Desktop-Motherboard-System-Main-Board-F5949-K5148-G1548-/190750417467?pt=Motherboards&hash=item2c699c623b

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If one of those long white PCI slots is open, you can use a PCI graphics card.

Concerned that the graphics card uses DDR3 graphics memory, and your computer only uses DDR Sdram ram memory?

Don't be.

The graphics card has it's own processor (Graphics Processing Unit), and graphics memory.
It runs independent of the system resources; the Processor and Ram Memory.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GPU

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Original power supply's maximum rated Wattage is either 200 Watts, or 250 Watts.

The above graphics card requires a minimum system requirement/power supply requirement; of 300 Watts.

I would recommend replacing the Power Supply.
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http://www.tigerdirect.ca/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=1389575&CatId=1078

ONE thing though..............
Watch the 20-pin ATX main power cable connector, and the wires in it. Be sure they are in the standard place setup.

Check the pinout, and color code of the wires,

1) Dell Dimension 2400 desktop computer, 20-pin ATX main power cable connector pinout,

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/dim2400/en/sm_en/techov.htm#1105612

2) STANDARD 20-pin ATX main cable connector pinout, and color code of wires; as set by JEDEC,

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#atxmain20

[Be aware that the ATX main power cable, and connector, you get with a new power supply; such as the above, will have a 20 =4-pin ATX main power cable connector,

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#atxmain20plus4

Use the 20-pin connector, tie the 4-pin power cable up out of the way]

For a time period Dell was making the motherboard's main power cable connector - Proprietary.
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Orange wires are 3.3 Volts (DC)
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Guess what happens if a 12 Volt Yellow wire, is plugged into where a Black Ground wire is supposed to be?

ZZZZZZzzzzt! Motherboard fries, processor fries, ram memory fries, and graphics card. (If used)

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Well, that's a start. You know you have an Intel motherboard in your eMachines, that uses an Intel 845 motherboard chipset.

It is an Intel D845GVSR motherboard.

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The pinout of ANY USB connector, female, or male, is set to a Standard.

This is the standard pinout for USB connectors,

http://pinouts.ru/Slots/USB_pinout.shtml

In case you cannot download the Intel D845GVSR motherboard manual;

Looking at the motherboard in it's normal position, installed into the computer case, the USB header is on the Bottom edge of the motherboard.

It is to the immediate Right, of the bottom white PCI slot (PCI 3)
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The beep you hear is a BIOS Beep Code. The computer's method of informing you something is wrong, and the area to look into for it.

The code is similar to what you may be used to.
(Afghanistan, Army? If so, hello brother/sister. 1st Cav, 13th Sig. Corp)

The BIOS Beep Code is similar to a Morse Code.

Examples:
Two short beeps followed by a long beep, a pause of silence, then the pattern repeats, over, and over.

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The front plastic cover of your computer is the Front Panel.
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This is the Front panel header pinout, for the TriGem Imperial GV motherboard,

http://www.e4allupgraders.info/dir1/ecase/support/front_panel_support.shtml

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HDD is HarDDrive

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To wit:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_Drive_Electronics

Left-click on the blue IDE connector in the photo to the upper right.
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(To the right of the blue IDE connector)

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IF, your ribbon cable's connector does Not have a Locating Lug;

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This is for the Harddrive.

[ If you see PRI 2, or SEC, (Secondary), this is for the optical drive.
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That printout is always next to where Pin 1 is.
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If your harddrive does not have a Locating Slot on it's IDE connector, Pin 1 is always towards the 4-pin IDE power pins.

To wit:

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#peripheral

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Here in the photo of the rear view of an IDE harddrive, (Photo to the far left), you will see the 4 power pins.

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The Red stripe of the IDE ribbon cable goes towards those 4 power pins.

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It was the 1996 to 2000 time frame, that Dell was proprietary with the 20-pin ATX main power cable, and the matching connector on the mobo. (MOtherBOard).

Standard 20-pin ATX main power cable, and it's corresponding connector should work, then add the 4 power wires that are missing, in a separate connector.

To expound:

View this standard 20-pin ATX main power cable, and it's respective connector,

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#atxmain20

The power wires should be in the same place as your P3 units.

(Match the color codes.
Use the lock tab on the 20-pin ATX main power cable connector, to base where the pins are.

Pins 1 though 20. Match the color code of the wires to the pins, and use the chart to compare)

Here is a view of a standard 24-pin ATX main power cable, and it's respective connector, so you can see what power wires are missing, from the 20-pin ATX main power cable connector, that are present in the 24-pin ATX main power cable connector.

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#atxmain24

Note the missing power wires, and what pins they line up with.

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http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#atx12v4

Since you don't have the male connector, be sure to orient in your mind where the Yellow (12 Volt) wires go, and the Black (Ground) wires go, by looking at the lock tab on the side of the female connector, on the motherboard, and comparing it to the photo.

Transfer this info, to the P4 connector you are going to make.

Where to get the power wires you need? Connect to any extra 4-pin Peripheral power cable wires, or splice off of ones that are in use, is one suggestion.

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#peripheral

The links given are near the middle of the page. Scroll back to the top. Left-click on any power cable connector, that you wish more information on.

More info,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computer_power_supply

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24-pin ATX12V 2.x power supply connector
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One more link,

http://www.smpspowersupply.com/connectors-pinouts.html

Lastly Dell Support > Optiplex GX260 > Service Manual,

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/opgx260/en/sm/index.htm

Just in case it's of any use.

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