Bluray Drive

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[edit] BD Drive

Interface speed is max. 11MB/s based on the supported read speeds


[edit] Disc Formats supported

[edit] BD

PS3 Blu Ray Disc PS3 Blu Ray Disc (installable contents) PS3 Blu Ray Disc (video contents)

Blu-ray disc read maximum is at 2× speed (72 Mbit/s), region coded type allowing the use of:

  • PlayStation 3 BD-ROM (DVD region matched; i.e., Zone 1, Zone 2, etc., and All)
  • BD-ROM (BD region matched; i.e., Area A, Area B, etc., and All)
  • BD-R
  • BD-RE (not compatible with BD-RE version 1.0)

[edit] DVD

PS2 DVD Disc Data DVD Disc Data Super Audio CD Disc

DVD disc read maximum is at 8× speed (86.40 Mbit/s), region region coded type allowing the use of:

  • PlayStation 2 DVD-ROM[33] (PlayStation region matched; i.e., NTSC-J, NTSC-U/C, PAL or NTSC-C)
  • DVD-ROM
  • DVD-Video (DVD region matched; i.e., Zone 1, Zone 2, etc., and All)
  • DVD-Audio (DVD-Video content only)
  • DVD+R
  • DVD+RW
  • DVD-R
  • DVD-RW
  • AVCHD
  • DSD Disc
  • DualDisc
  • Super Audio CD (compatibility removed in 40 GB, the second 80 GB model (CECHF), and the 160 GB model)

[edit] CD

PS1 CD Disc Data CD Disc

Compact Disc disc read maximum is at 24× speed (29.49 Mbit/s), region coded type allowing the use of:

  • PlayStation 2 CD-ROM (PlayStation region matched; i.e., NTSC-J, NTSC-U/C, PAL or NTSC-C, compatibility removed in 40 GB model, the second 80 GB model (CECHF), and the 160 GB model)
  • PlayStation CD-ROM (PlayStation region matched; i.e., NTSC-J, NTSC-U or PAL)
  • CD-ROM
  • CD-R
  • CD-RW
  • CD-DA
  • Photo CD?
  • Picture CD?
  • MP3 CD (MP3, WMA, ATRAC)

[edit] Bluray Drive Revisions

When comparing with fielddata from spare parts sellers:

Drive Partno. Laser Slide Daughterboards Part no. @SKU Notes
BD-400 2-888-817-01 KES-400A KEM-400AAA BMD-001 1-871-575-14
1-871-575-24
1-871-575-34
CECHAxx single lens (includes mount)
BD-400 2-888-817-01 KES-400A KEM-400AAA BMD-001 1-871-575-14
1-871-575-24
1-871-575-34
CECHBxx single lens (includes mount)
BD-400 2-888-817-01 KES-400A KEM-400AAA BMD-001 1-871-575-14
1-871-575-24
1-871-575-34
CECHCxx single lens (includes mount)
BD-400 2-888-817-01 KES-400A KEM-400AAA BMD-001 1-871-575-14
1-871-575-24
1-871-575-34
CECHExx single lens (includes mount)
BD-400 2-888-817-01 KES-400A KEM-400AAA BMD-002 1-874-277-13
1-874-277-23
1-874-277-33
CECHGxx Single lens using cheaper parts (no mount)
BD-400 2-888-817-01 KES-400A KEM-400AAA BMD-003 1-875-350-21
1-875-350-31
CECHGxx SEM-001: 1-875-384-21 / BMD-003: 1-875-350-31
BD-410 3-278-607-01 KES-410A KEM-410ACA BMD-003 1-875-350-21
1-875-350-31
CECHHxx dual lens, one for CD/DVD, another for Blu-ray (includes mount)
BD-410 - KES-410A KEM-410ACA  ?BMD-004?  ? CECHHxx dual lens, one for CD/DVD, another for Blu-ray (no mount)
BD-410 - KES-410A KEM-410ACA  ?BMD-004?  ? CECHJxx dual lens, one for CD/DVD, another for Blu-ray (no mount)
BD-410 - KES-410A KEM-410ACA BMD-006  ? CECHKxx dual lens, one for CD/DVD, another for Blu-ray (includes mount)
BD-410 3-874-913-11 KES-410A KEM-410ACA BMD-011
(Renesas R8J32800FPV)
1-877-014-11 CECHKxx dual lens, one for CD/DVD, another for Blu-ray (includes mount)
BD-410 3-874-913-11 KES-410A KEM-410ACA BMD-021 CECHLxx dual lens, one for CD/DVD, another for Blu-ray (includes mount)
BD-410 3-874-913-11 KES-410A KEM-410ACA BMD-031
(Renesas R8J32810FPV1)
1-878-515-31
1-878-515-41
CECHLxx dual lens, one for CD/DVD, another for Blu-ray
BD-410 3-874-913-11 KES-410A KEM-410ACA BMD-021 CECHMxx dual lens, one for CD/DVD, another for Blu-ray (includes mount)
BD-410 3-874-913-11 KES-410A KEM-410ACA BMD-021 CECHPxx dual lens, one for CD/DVD, another for Blu-ray (includes mount)
BD-410 - KES-410A KEM-410ACA BMD-031 CECHPxx dual lens, one for CD/DVD, another for Blu-ray
BD-410 3-874-913-11 KES-410A KEM-410ACA BMD-021 CECHQxx dual lens, one for CD/DVD, another for Blu-ray (includes mount)
BD-410 3-874-913-11 KES-410A KEM-410CCA  ?BMD-031?  ?CECH-20xx?
BD-450 3-874-913-01 KES-450A KEM-450AAA BMD-051
(Renesas R8J32820FPV1)
1-879-786-11
1-879-786-21
CECH-20xx KES-450A Laser will work with all slims before the CECH-30xx series.
BD-450 3-874-913-01 KES-450ACA KEM-450AAA BMD-061
(CXD5130R-1)
1-880-551-21 CECH-20xx Known to have KES-450A Laser.
BD-450 3-874-913-01 - - BMD-065
(CXD5131R-1)
1-880-551-41 CECH-21xx Known to have KES-450A or KES-460A Laser.
BD-460 4-192-406-01 KES-450D or
KES-460A ?
KEM-450DAA Integrated on Motherboard
(Renesas R8J32830FPV1 on JTP-001) or
(CXD????? on JSD-001
CECH-25xx KES-460A Laser will work with all slims before the CECH-30xx series.
BD-470 KES-470A KEM-450EAA Integrated on Motherboard
(CXD5132R-1)
CECH-30xx KES-470A Laser is not backwards compatible.
BD-850 KES-850A KEM-850 Integrated on Motherboard
(CXD5132R-1)
CECH-40xx KES-470A Laser MIGHT work.
  • Notes
    • Need proper sources, drive info and which PS3 SKU's are having X drive
    • KEM-480AAA unknown PS3 model
    • Please fill in the needed info if possible.

[edit] CECHA, CECHB, CECHC, (some CECHE, CECHG)

Initial FAT models: With BD400 drive, BMD-001 daughterboard capable for driving KEM-400AAA slide and KES-400A laser.

[edit] CECHE

Some have a KES-410ACA dual lens laser.

[edit] CECHG

First seen on CECHGxx: Still BD400 drive, but now with BMD-002 or BMD-003 daughterboard

[edit] CECHH, CECHI, CECHJ, CECHK, CECHL, CECHM, CECHN, CECHO, CECHP, CECHQ

Since CECHHxx and later: Changed to BD410 drive, with BMD-003/BMD-004/BMD-006/BMD-011/BMD-021/BMD-031 daughterboard and KES-410A dual lens laser

[edit] CECH2000

CECH-20xx slims introduced BD450 with BMD-051 daughterboard, capable of driving KES-450A laser and KEM-450AAA slide

[edit] CECH2500, CECH3000 without daughterboard

CECH-25xx (and later CECH-30xx) series moved the components from the daughterboard to the main PS3 motherboard. Thus there are more/different flatcables used to connect the drive. They are electrical inter-changable (2500<>3000), but mounting differs slightly. It can be modified to fit by cutting some plastic pins on the bottom front of the drive (to make it fit properly with the start/eject board).
Note: there is conflicting mention of KES-450, KES-460, KES-470 in these models (which physically are interchangeable, but some sources mention higher numbers not working on consoles with originally KES-450)

[edit] CECH4000 toploader

CECH-40xx introduced the toploader (like ps2 slim and old ps1 had) with KEM-850 PHA 0672 assembly.


[edit] unreferenced

KES-450E

[edit] Remarry BluRay drive

Hardware is interlocked on the PS3, so exchanging a bluray drive from one unit to another requires remarriage of the components.

alinea moved to seperate page : Remarry Bluray Drive

[edit] BluRay region switcher

This makes changing the BluRay region switching possible. The method described below is using 3 region specific bytes (0x84, 0x85, 0x8C) to change the modelinfo.

Other modelinfo byte values: 0x81 Reference Tool, 0x82 Debug, 0x83 Japan (00), 0x84 North America (01), 0x85 Europe, Middle East, Africa (04), 0x86 South Korea (05), 0x87 United Kingom, Ireland (03), 0x88 Mexico (11), 0x89 Australia, New Zealand (02), 0x8A Singapore, Malaysia (06), 0x8B Taiwan (07), 0x8C Russia, India (08), 0x8D China (09), 0x8E Hong Kong (12)


Payloader method prerequisites:


patch4.txt content (3.55 offsets):

# BD Region A (NTSC) [North America]
# Patches marked with (*1) seem to be unstable. Thanks to drizztbsd and
# RandomUse.
# PL3:
ef48: payload.bin # this is not neccesary, 
# just the first QWORD of the payload
# Change region to US... Thanks ps3mrenigma
# Syscall preamble
F380: F821FF51 # stdu    %sp, -0xB0(%sp)
F384: 7C0802A6 # mflr    %r0
F388: FBC100A0 # std     %r30, 0xA0(%sp)
F38C: FBE100A8 # std     %r31, 0xA8(%sp)
F390: FBA10098 # std     %r29, 0×98(%sp)
F394: F80100C0 # std     %r0,  0xC0(%sp)
# capture 0x19004 if not jump to original syscall 
F398: 3FE00001 # lis        %r31, 1
F39C: 63FF9004 # ori        %r31, %r31, 0×9004
F3A0: 7C1F1800 # cmpw    %r31, %r3
F3A4: 4082003C # bne _orig_syscall
# Force US - Retail
F3A8: 3BC00084 # li        %r30, 0×84 
F3AC: 3BA00001 # li        %r29, 1
F3B0: 9BA40001 # stb        %r29, 1(%r4)
F3B4: 9BC40003 # stb        %r30, 3(%r4)
F3B8: 9BA40005 # stb        %r29, 5(%r4)
F3BC: 9BA40007 # stb        %r29, 7(%r4)
F3C0: 38600000 # li        %r3, 0
# Restore STACK
F3C4: E80100C0 # ld        %r0, 0xC0(%sp)
F3C8: EBA10098 # ld        %r29, 0×98(%sp) 
F3CC: EBE100A8 # ld        %r31, 0xA8(%sp)
F3D0: EBC100A0 # ld        %r30, 0xA0(%sp)
F3D4: 7C0803A6 # mtlr    %r0
F3D8: 382100B0 # addi    %sp, %sp, 0xB0
F3DC: 4E800020 # blr
F3E0: 4823ED28 # b syscall0x363
31EB1C: 0000F380 #syscall 0x363 descriptor

patch5.txt content(3.55 offsets):

# BD Region B (PAL) [Europe, Middle East, Africa]
# Patches marked with (*1) seem to be unstable. Thanks to drizztbsd and
# RandomUse.
# PL3:
ef48: payload.bin # this is not neccesary, 
# just the first QWORD of the payload
# Change region to Europe... Thanks ps3mrenigma
# Syscall preamble
F380: F821FF51 # stdu    %sp, -0xB0(%sp)
F384: 7C0802A6 # mflr    %r0
F388: FBC100A0 # std     %r30, 0xA0(%sp)
F38C: FBE100A8 # std     %r31, 0xA8(%sp)
F390: FBA10098 # std     %r29, 0×98(%sp)
F394: F80100C0 # std     %r0,  0xC0(%sp)
# capture 0x19004 if not jump to original syscall 
F398: 3FE00001 # lis        %r31, 1
F39C: 63FF9004 # ori        %r31, %r31, 0×9004
F3A0: 7C1F1800 # cmpw    %r31, %r3
F3A4: 4082003C # bne _orig_syscall
# Force Europe - Retail
F3A8: 3BC00085 # li        %r30, 0×85 
F3AC: 3BA00001 # li        %r29, 1
F3B0: 9BA40001 # stb        %r29, 1(%r4)
F3B4: 9BC40003 # stb        %r30, 3(%r4)
F3B8: 9BA40005 # stb        %r29, 5(%r4)
F3BC: 9BA40007 # stb        %r29, 7(%r4)
F3C0: 38600000 # li        %r3, 0
# Restore STACK
F3C4: E80100C0 # ld        %r0, 0xC0(%sp)
F3C8: EBA10098 # ld        %r29, 0×98(%sp) 
F3CC: EBE100A8 # ld        %r31, 0xA8(%sp)
F3D0: EBC100A0 # ld        %r30, 0xA0(%sp)
F3D4: 7C0803A6 # mtlr    %r0
F3D8: 382100B0 # addi    %sp, %sp, 0xB0
F3DC: 4E800020 # blr
F3E0: 4823ED28 # b syscall0x363
31EB1C: 0000F380 #syscall 0x363 descriptor

patch6.txt content(3.55 offsets):

# BD Region C (RUSSIA/INDIA)
# Patches marked with (*1) seem to be unstable. Thanks to drizztbsd and
# RandomUse.
# PL3:
ef48: payload.bin # this is not neccesary, 
# just the first QWORD of the payload
# Change region to US... Thanks ps3mrenigma
# Syscall preamble
F380: F821FF51 # stdu    %sp, -0xB0(%sp)
F384: 7C0802A6 # mflr    %r0
F388: FBC100A0 # std     %r30, 0xA0(%sp)
F38C: FBE100A8 # std     %r31, 0xA8(%sp)
F390: FBA10098 # std     %r29, 0×98(%sp)
F394: F80100C0 # std     %r0,  0xC0(%sp)
# capture 0x19004 if not jump to original syscall 
F398: 3FE00001 # lis        %r31, 1
F39C: 63FF9004 # ori        %r31, %r31, 0×9004
F3A0: 7C1F1800 # cmpw    %r31, %r3
F3A4: 4082003C # bne _orig_syscall
# Force Russia - Retail
F3A8: 3BC0008C # li        %r30, 0×8C 
F3AC: 3BA00001 # li        %r29, 1
F3B0: 9BA40001 # stb        %r29, 1(%r4)
F3B4: 9BC40003 # stb        %r30, 3(%r4)
F3B8: 9BA40005 # stb        %r29, 5(%r4)
F3BC: 9BA40007 # stb        %r29, 7(%r4)
F3C0: 38600000 # li        %r3, 0
# Restore STACK
F3C4: E80100C0 # ld        %r0, 0xC0(%sp)
F3C8: EBA10098 # ld        %r29, 0×98(%sp) 
F3CC: EBE100A8 # ld        %r31, 0xA8(%sp)
F3D0: EBC100A0 # ld        %r30, 0xA0(%sp)
F3D4: 7C0803A6 # mtlr    %r0
F3D8: 382100B0 # addi    %sp, %sp, 0xB0
F3DC: 4E800020 # blr
F3E0: 4823ED28 # b syscall0x363
31EB1C: 0000F380 #syscall 0x363 descriptor

Copy the patch files to /dev_hdd0/game/LV2000000/USRDIR and use LV2 Patcher to select the patch to use. Reboot to return to original state.


Reference:

ps3mrenigma blog export


[edit] Hardware Components

The drive controller contains a BGA-sized 2MB NOR flash memory chip for Blu-ray drive firmware code, with the contents encrypted. In addition to this, there is a 8MB SDRAM working memory chip. Each drive contains a unique identification number, possibly stored in the SPI Serial Interface Macronix EEPROM. This chip or the NOR flash chip probably stores the device key (and associated sequence keys), and the host private key. The Blu-ray drive is controlled by a Sony Digital Signal Processor chip (CXD6350GG-1, CXD5063AGG-1, CXD5065GB-1, CXD5065-1 depending the SKU) and a Sony CXA2720R Front End Processor chip. Motors/coils are driven by Rohm BA5888FP (Laser Driver - Tracking/Focus Coils driver) and Rohm BD7956FS (Motor Driver - EXP-Motor coils/sled/slot motor driver), of which the Laser Driver uses an OPAMP NJM13403V for Tracking/Focus CTRL.

Type Size Speed Voltage Packaging Manufacturer Serial Number Description
NOR Flash 2MB 3V Spansion S99-50111-001 PS3 Blu-ray firmware chip
NOR Flash 1MB 3V BGA-48/BGA-64 Spansion S29AL008D / AL008D0043-01 PS3 Blu-ray firmware chip (CECHJ and later models)
SDRAM 8MB 133MHz 3.3V TSOPII-54 Samsung K4S641632K-UC75 PS3 Blu-ray working memory chip
SDRAM 8MB 143MHz 3.3V TSOPII-54 ESMT M12L64164A-7TG PS3 Blu-ray working memory chip (CECHJ and later models)
EEPROM 128KB 85MHz Macronix MX25L1005MC-12G PS3 Blu-ray flash chip

[edit] boards

[edit] BMD-011

[edit] BMD-031

[edit] BMD-051

[edit] BMD-061

[edit] BMD-065

[edit] BD Drive IC Components

[edit] CXD6350GG-1 (Digital Signal Processor)

IC300
Used in BMD-001, BMD-002

[edit] CXD5063AGG-1 (Digital Signal Processor)

IC300
Used in BMD-001, BMD-002

[edit] CXD5065GB-1 (Digital Signal Processor)

IC300
Used in BMD-001, BMD-002, BMD-003
http://www.ps3devwiki.com/index.php?title=File:CXD5065GB-1-GRID-bw-pcbview.png
Other Reference: http://stefde69.blogspot.com/2010/04/blue-ray-board-made-accessible.html

[edit] Renesas R8J32800FPV (Digital Signal Processor)

Used in BMD-011

[edit] Renesas R8J32810FPV1 (Digital Signal Processor)

Used in BMD-031

[edit] Renesas R8J32820FPV1 (Digital Signal Processor)

Used in BMD-051
running @ 33.969MHz

[edit] Renesas R8J32830FPV1 (Digital Signal Processor)

Integrated on motherboard in CECH-25xx models with JTP-001 motherboard

[edit] CXD5130R-1 (Digital Signal Processor)

Used in BMD-061

[edit] CXD5131R-1 (Digital Signal Processor)

Used in BMD-065

[edit] CXD5065-1 (Digital Signal Processor)

IC300
Used in BMD-006

[edit] CXA2720R (Front-End-Processor)

IC110
Used in BMD-001, BMD-002, BMD-003, BMD-006

[edit] Rohm BA5888FP (Laser Driver - Tracking/Focus Coils driver)

Simular Datasheet: BA5954FP.pdf
IC108
Used in BMD-001, BMD-002, BMD-003, BMD-006

[edit] Rohm BD7956FS (7 channel Motor Driver - EXP-Motor coils/sled/slot motor driver)

Datasheet: bd7956fs.pdf
IC103
Used in BMD-001, BMD-002, BMD-003, BMD-006

[edit] Rohm BD7969EFV (9 channel Motor/Coil Driver - EXP-Motor coils/sled/slot/focus motor driver)

Datasheet: bd7959efv-e.pdf
bd7959efv
Used in BMD-061

Integrated on motherboard in CECH-25xx (at bottom side)

[edit] NJM13403V (OPAMP - Tracking/Focus CTRL)

Datasheet: NJM13403V.pdf (153.98 KB)
IC303
Used in BMD-001, BMD-002, BMD-003
http://www.ps3devwiki.com/index.php?title=File:NJM13403V-SSOP14.png

[edit] Spansion S99-50111-001 (NOR)

IC304
Contains encrypted firmware
Used in BMD-001

[edit] Spansion AL008D0043-01 (NOR)

IC304
Contains encrypted firmware
Used in BMD-002, BMD-003
http://www.ps3devwiki.com/index.php?title=File:AL008D0043-01-GRID-color-pcbview.png
Other Reference:

[edit] Spansion S29AL008D (NOR)

Datasheet: S29AL008D_00_A11_e.pdf
IC304
Contains encrypted firmware
http://www.ps3devwiki.com/index.php?title=File:S29AL008D-BGA-48.png
Used in BMD-006

[edit] Samsung K4S641632K-UC75 (RAM)

Datasheet: K4S641632K.pdf (327.77 KB)
IC309
Worker RAM for BD
Used in BMD-001, BMD-002, BMD-003
http://www.ps3devwiki.com/index.php?title=File:Samsung_K4S641632K-UC75-TSOPII-54.png

[edit] ESMT M12L64164A-7TG (RAM)

Datasheet: M12L64164A.pdf
IC309
Worker RAM for BD
Used in BMD-006
http://www.ps3devwiki.com/index.php?title=File:ESMT-M12L64164A-7TG-TSOPII54.png

[edit] Macronix MX25L1005MC (EEPROM)

Datasheet: Serial1.pdf
IC310
Key
Used in BMD-001, BMD-002, BMD-003, ?BMD-006?
http://www.ps3devwiki.com/index.php?title=File:Macronix-MX25L1005MC-SOP8.png

[edit] Macronix MX25L1635DM2I-12G (16M-BIT x1/x2/x4 CMOS Serial Flash)

Datasheet: [1]
Used in BMD-061

[edit] CXD5064R

IC504
Used in BMD-001, BMD-002

[edit] BD Drive Connectors

[edit] CN301 - Bluraydrive Main I/O Connector

60-pin DB Connector
bluray drive

60 pins
To mainboard, Data
Used in BMD-001, BMD-002, BMD-003

Pin Usage Remarks
1 EVER3.3V
2 GND Ground
3 12_SW 12CM Disk Switch
4 8_SW 8CM Disk Switch
5 HOST_EJECT
6 HOST_DISCIN
7 DISC_CHUCK
8 PHOTO_LED
9 DISCIN_SW
10 GND Ground
11 SCK
12 SCS
13 SIN
14 SOUT
15 XSIOINT
16 RESERVED TXD
17 RESERVED RD
18 XSB_CBLID
19 GND Ground
20 DAT
21 LRCK
22 BCK
23 GND Ground
24 HINT
25 HA1
26 XPDIAG
27 HA0
28 HA2
29 XHCS0
30 XHCS1
31 XDASP
32 GND Ground
33 DREQ
34 GND Ground
35 XIOW
36 GND Ground
37 XIOR
38 GND Ground
39 XIOCHRDY
40 CSEL
41 XDACK
42 GND Ground
43 HDB7
44 HDB8
45 HDB6
46 HDB9
47 HDB5
48 HDB10
49 HDB4
50 HDB11
51 HDB3
52 HDB12
53 HDB2
54 HDB13
55 HDB1
56 HDB14
57 HDB0
58 HDB15
59 GND Ground
60 XRESET

[edit] CN100 14pin

Pin Usage Remarks
1 5V +5V DC
2 SCKSNS3 S clock Sense
3 Slide Cam SW
4 12cm SW to S100: 12cm Detection Switch
5 8cm SW to S101: 8cm Detection Switch
6 DISC CHUCK to S102: Chucking Switch
7 DISC IN SW
8 EVER 3.3V +3.3V DC
9 GND Ground
10 NC No connection
11 LOAD+ to 12
12 LOAD+ to CN101-2pin:2
13 LOAD- to 14
14 LOAD- to CN101-2pin:1


[edit] CN101 2pin

Pin Usage Remarks
1 LOAD- to CN100-14pin:13+14
2 LOAD+ to CN100-14pin:11+12

[edit] CN104 2pin

To IR-LED for detect disc insertion
Used in BMD-001, BMD-002

Pin Usage Remarks
1
2

[edit] CN200 2pin

Pin Usage Remarks
1 PHOTO LED to JL200
2 GND Ground ; to JL201


[edit] CN103 45pin

To laser, Data and Focus/Tracking
Used in BMD-001, BMD-002, BMD-003

Pin Usage Remarks
1 IOP_MON
2 TEST_V
3 EMST
4 LDEN
5 XRST
6 SDIO
7 SEN_LDD
8 SCLK
9 THERMO
10 8.0V 8.0V DC
11 5.0V 5V DC
12 GND_LD Ground
13 GND_LD Ground
14 3.3V 3.3V DC
15 GND Ground
16 GND Ground
17 XOUT
18 H
19 G
20 F
21 E
22 VC_PD
23 D
24 C
25 B
26 A
27 5V_PD VCC 5V DC
28 GND_PD Ground
29 DVD_AF-
30 DVD_AF+
31 GND_PD Ground
32 BD_AF-
33 BD_AF+
34 GND_PD Ground
35 VPP_LCD
36 SEN_LCD
37 EXP_B-
38 EXP_B+
39 EXP_A-
40 EXP_A+
41 EXP_INIT
42 TRK_in
43 FCS_far
44 FCS_near
45 TRK_out

[edit] CN102 8pin

To spindle motor
Used in BMD-001, BMD-002

Pin Usage Remarks
1 SLDA3
2 SLDA3
3 SLDA1
4 SLDA1
5 SLDB1
6 SLDB1
7 SLDB3
8 SLDB3

[edit] CN101 14pin

To position tracking mechanics
Used in BMD-001, BMD-002

Pin Usage Remarks
1 5V +5V DC
2 SCKSNS3 S clock Sense
3 SW4 Slide Cam SW
4 SW3 12cm SW
5 SW2 8cm SW
6 DISC CHUCK
7 DISC IN SW
8 EVER 3.3V +3.3V DC
9 GND Ground
10 NC No connection
11 LOAD+ to 12
12 LOAD+
13 LOAD- to 14
14 LOAD-

[edit] CN101 8pin

To position tracking mechanics
Used in BMD-003

Pin Usage Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

[edit] CN100 19pin

To disc motor
Used in BMD-001, BMD-002

Pin Usage Remarks
1 HB+
2 HB-
3 HW-
4 HW+
5 HV-
6 HV+
7 HU-
8 HU+
9 U
10 U
11 V
12 V
13 W
14 W
15 FGND Ground
16 SIGGND Ground
17 INSW
18 SCK5V
19 SCKSNS

[edit] CN100 18pin

To disc motor
Used in BMD-003

Pin Usage Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

[edit] CN300 45pin

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Used in BMD-001, BMD-002, BMD-003

Pin Usage Remarks
1 3.3V
2 3.3V
3 5V
4 5V
5 RESERVED
6 RESERVED
7 RESERVED
8 TRACESYNC
9 PIPESTAT0
10 PIPESTAT1
11 PIPESTAT2
12 TRACECLK
13 TRACEPKT15
14 TRACEPKT14
15 TRACEPKT11
16 TRACEPKT13
17 TRACEPKT10
18 TRACEPKT6
19 TRACEPKT9
20 TRACEPKT3
21 TRACEPKT8
22 TRACEPKT1
23 TRACEPKT5
24 TRACEPKT12
25 TRACEPKT2
26 TRACEPKT7
27 TRACEPKT0
28 TRACEPKT4
29 TINT
30 TMS
31 TDO
32 JTSEL
33 TCK
34 NTRST
35 RTCK
36 TDI
37 NSRST
38 RXD
39 TXD
40 DBDRQ
41 DBGACK
42 GND Ground
43 GND Ground
44 GND Ground
45 GND Ground

[edit] CN502 4pin

To mainboard, Power
Used in BMD-001, BMD-002, BMD-003

Pin Usage Remarks
1 12V
2 GND Ground
3 GND Ground
4 5V