Hardware Calibration LCD Monitors
ColorEdge
Color as it’s meant to be
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ColorEdge —
perfect color results
for your digital
workflow
Choosing the right monitors for a
color management system
The Importance of Color Management
In today’s digital production environment, there
are many opportunities for discrepancies in color to
arise along the path from the computer to the printer.
This is because input devices (cameras, scanners, etc.),
display devices (monitors) and output devices (various
kinds of printers) may all be set to different color
spaces. Such discrepancies can be avoided by employing a color
management system that ensures every device in the production
chain is set to a common color space.
reliability make them ideal for a wide range of professional
environments where color reproduction is critical, including
photography, graphics, printing and publishing.
Color Management Begins with
the Monitor
The monitor is the core of any professional color
management system. If color is displayed accurately on
the monitor, and color matching has been done with
the output device, then you no longer have to make
multiple proofs just to correct for color discrepancies.
You can proof with confidence right from the start,
while lowering costs, increasing efficiency and
improving quality control. ColorEdge – the Right Monitors for
Color Management
Effective color management requires monitors
with accurate color reproduction and gradation
characteristics. With ColorEdge monitors you
get factory-adjusted gamma, extensive hardware
calibration capabilities and an exceptionally wide
color gamut. Their outstanding performance and
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Device-Specific Color Information
Device-Specific Color Information
CMYK Printer
Device-Specific Color Information
Inkjet Printer
Monitor
Common
Color Space
Digital Camera
Scanner
Device-Specific Color Information
Printer
Device-Specific Color Information
Device-Specific Color Information
Adobe RGB color space reproduction —
connecting the photographer, designer,
and printer
center of a system using Adobe RGB as the common color space
is the ideal way to ensure accurate color reproduction across all
digital platforms. Such a color management environment fully
supports soft proofing at every step of production, from initial
photography to final printing.
Soft Proofing with Adobe RGB
Wide Color Gamut Monitors
The benefits of color management quickly become apparent
once a system is put into place. When all devices share a
common color space, colors match at every stage of production;
knowing that color is being accurately displayed naturally
improves efficiency. A wide-gamut ColorEdge monitor at the
Photography
Design
CG303W · CG245W · CG243W · CG241W · CG223W · CG221
Prepress/Printing
Adobe RGB color space throughout entire workflow
Shoot
Check
Data
No need for Photoshop
color engine
Process
Image
Masking
Compositing
Adjustment
Layout
Enlarging
Reducing
Clipping Paths
Edit Adobe RGB image
Soft proof
Layout
Edit
Edit while simulating
CMYK color space
Print
0.9
With a wide color gamut
Color Reproduction Area
(xy Coordinate)
that reproduces nearly 100%
0.8
Adobe RGB
of the Adobe RGB color space,
0.7
sRGB
ISO Coated
these models not
0.6
Color Space
only cover the
0.5
y
sRGB color space
0.4
supported by many
0.3
computer monitors,
0.2
operating systems
0.1
and digital cameras,
0.0
0.6 0.7
0.1 0.2
0.8
0.3 0.4
0.5
but practically the
x
entire ISO-coated
and US web-coated CMYK color spaces used in
printing as well.
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Consummate Performance and Functionality
Factory Adjustment of Gamma
Brightness and Color Uniformity with DUE
The gamma level for
each ColorEdge monitor
is adjusted at the factory.
This is accomplished by
measuring the R, G, and
B gamma values from
0 – 255, then using the
monitor’s 12-bit look-up
table (LUT) to select the
256 most appropriate
tones to achieve the
desired value.
Fluctuations in brightness and chroma on different parts of the
screen are a common trait of LCD monitors. To counteract this,
EIZO incorporates a Digital Uniformity Equalizer (DUE) in all ColorEdge monitors. DUE utilizes the monitor’s 12-bit look-up table
(LUT) with an extensive palette of 4,081 grayscale tones for each
R, G, and B, and internal calculation accuracy of 16 bits to ensure
a Delta-E difference of 3 or less across the screen when the monitor
leaves the factory.*
Gamma Correction
ON-SCREEN IMAGE
Color Seepage
Tonality Breakup
Smooth Grayscale Display
With Digital Uniformity Compensation
Brightness
Ideal Gamma Curve
*Delta-E difference for the CG303W is 5 or less along the screen perimeter.
Ideal Gamma Curve
Short- and Long-Term Brightness Stabilization
Uncorrected
Gamma Curve
256 Tones
256 Tones
Preset Value
Error Rate (%)
Internal 16-Bit Processing
Minutes
2
Error Rate (%)
0
0
-1
-1
-2
-2
-3
-3
32
64
96
128
160
Tones (0 – 255)
192
224
255
Internal 10-Bit Processing
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0
32
64
96
128
160
Tones (0 – 255)
192
224
255
With 10-bit processing, the error rate is high in low tonal areas during calculation. With 16-bit processing, accuracy is significantly improved resulting in
fewer conversion errors.
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Color temperature changes with
fluctuation in surrounding temperature.
Without
compensation
Without Brightness
Drift Correction
Color temperature is maintained even as
surrounding temperature changes.
With
compensation
ColorEdge
16-bit v. 10-bit processing
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Temperature Drift
Compensation
Brightness (cd/m 2 )
In any color-critical work, the monitor’s ability to produce black is a great differentiator. With most LCD
monitors, the darkest area of the screen — or black
level — is usually too bright. This leads to banding and washing
out of dark grays and dark colors. With 16-bit internal processing,
ColorEdge monitors not only come very close to producing a true
black, but the lowest grayscale tones can be distinguished from one
another for a greater level of detail in dark areas.
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All models come with a brightness drift correction circuit that
stabilizes the monitor's brightness level right after starting up as
well as a backlight brightness sensor that detects and counteracts
brightness changes in the florescent backlight that occur over time.
Furthermore, the CG245W, CG243W, and CG223W incorporate
a temperature sensor that prevents changes in color temperature
which can be caused by fluctuations in the ambient temperature.
Brightness Drift
Correction
16-Bit Internal Processing
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Without Digital Uniformity Compensation
Color-separated image with Delta-E*ab distribution across the screen of the
ColorEdge CG221 (gray level 128 measured)
GAMMA CURVE
Brightness
This is important
because accurate, nonfluctuating gamma
values are necessary for
the proper display of
color. If colors are not
based on specific values
and cannot be adjusted,
images will be displayed
differently by different
monitors. ColorEdge
monitors provide both
precision and consistency, so graphics
professionals can be sure
that the final product
will look exactly the way
they want it to. In fact,
each monitor comes with
an adjustment certificate
that certifies the measurement results of the
gamma value.
Each monitor adjusted individually at the
factory. (For illustrative purposes only. Actual
adjustment is performed in a darkroom.)
Cool
Surrounding temperature (°C)
Warm
3D LUT for Better Additive Color Mixture
All ColorEdge models
incorporate a look-up table
R
(LUT) for accurate color
and grayscale rendering, but
the ColorEdge CG245W,
CG243W, and CG223W utilize a new EIZO-developed
B
3D LUT. Whereas a typical
1D LUT adjusts color on
G
separate tables for each red,
3D LUT image
green, and blue, a 3D LUT
accomplishes this on a single, mixed-color cubic table. A 3D LUT
improves the monitor's additive color mixture (combination of
RGB), a key factor in its ability to display neutral gray tones.
Extensive Calibration Capabilities
Simple and Precise Calibration
Light Box Brightness Adjustment
The EIZO-developed ColorNavigator
software makes
calibration both
simple and accurate. Instead of
having to judge
colors and do
time-consuming
inputting, or having a specialist do it
for you, all you need to do is input target values for brightness,
white point and gamma. ColorNavigator works with a wide
range of measurement devices to directly utilize the 12-bit LUT
of ColorEdge monitors for accurate and reliable calibration in
minutes. The latest version of ColorNavigator is always available
as a free download at www.eizo.com.
With ColorNavigator and a measurement device, you can set
your light box’s* brightness to the desired value. ColorNavigator
can then take the resulting brightness level and set it as the monitor’s target calibration value to ensure uniform brightness between
your monitor and light box when color proofing.
Industry’s First Self-Calibrating Monitor
The ColorEdge CG245W
comes with an industry-first
built-in calibration sensor.
The sensor is housed within
the monitor’s upper bezel and
swings down only when operating. This eliminates the need
for an external sensor, lets you calibrate when your computer
is off, and saves time by letting you schedule the monitor to
self-calibrate while you are not working. To ensure predictable
and accurate calibration across the screen, EIZO calibrates the
center of the screen at its factory and correlates the built-in sensor to these results. Furthermore, if you are working with other
ColorEdge monitors and need to standardize calibration, you
can use the bundled ColorNavigator software to correlate the
calibration results of the built-in sensor to the results obtained
from an external calibration device.
Paper White Measurement
ColorNavigator offers
a paper white measurement
function for color matching between the image
on your monitor and the
image on your printouts. By
measuring the white of the
paper to be used for printing, ColorNavigator will
automatically set the target
values for brightness and
white point accordingly.
*Currently supports JUST Color Communicator 1 and 2 only.
Profile Validation
This function
measures the monitor’s color patches
to determine the difference between the
Delta-E value of the
monitor’s profile and
the actual displayed
values of the monitor.
This allows for verifying the results of calibration or checking to see
how much the monitor’s colors have varied since it was last calibrated.
ColorNavigator can also measure CMYK color patches (GRACoL
2006 Coated #1 and FOGRA39) and output them as Adobe Photoshop
or Acrobat files.* The measurement results of both the monitor and
profile for each color patch are indicated in either CIELAB or XYZ values, and the difference between them expressed in Delta-E. The Delta-E
variation can be shown in a graph and compared with previous results.
ColorNavigator even exports profile validation results as a PDF for easy
distribution among work sites, printers, or clients.
*Photoshop CS/CS2/CS3/CS4 or Acrobat 7/8/9 Professional are required for Macintosh, and Photoshop CS3 or Acrobat 8/9 Professional are required for Windows.
Post-Calibration Color Adjustment
Sometimes due to variations in
output from different printers or the
special requirements of a project, it
is necessary to fine-tune an otherwise perfectly calibrated monitor to
match target colors. ColorNavigator lets you easily adjust hue and saturation for all six primary and
secondary colors (RGB and CMY), as well as white balance, brightness, black level and gamma, to achieve the closest possible visual
match. For confirmation of calibration results or to achieve more
accurate manual adjustments, a test pattern screen with a grayscale
ramp, low tones, high tones and gamma values can be displayed.
ColorNavigator Compatible Measurement Devices
X-Rite: Eye-One Series, ColorMunki*, DTP94, DTP94B
DataColor: Spyder 2, Spyder 3
EIZO: EX1 (Bundled with EIZO EasyPIX color matching tool. For details please
visit www.eizo.com)
*ColorMunki Create is not compatible.
ColorNavigator Compatible Operating Systems
Compatible
Operating
Systems*
Macintosh
Windows
OS X 10.3.9 – 10.6
7 (32/64-bit), Vista (32/64-bit), XP (32/64-bit)
* Mac OS 9.2.2, 10.2 – 10.3.8, and Windows 2000 can only be run on previous versions of this software except with the
CG303W, CG245W, CG243W, CG241W, and CG223W which only support the operating systems listed above.
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Specifications
Panel Size
29.8" / 76 cm (756 mm diagonal)
24.1" / 61 cm (611 mm diagonal)
24.1" / 61 cm (611 mm diagonal)
Viewing Angles (H, V)
178°, 178° (at contrast ratio of 10:1)
178°, 178° (at contrast ratio of 10:1)
178°, 178° (at contrast ratio of 10:1)
Panel Type
IPS
IPS (with overdrive circuit)
IPS (with overdrive circuit)
Brightness
260 cd/m2 (maximum)
120 cd/m2 or less (recommended1)
270 cd/m2 (maximum)
120 cd/m2 or less (recommended1)
270 cd/m2 (maximum)
120 cd/m2 or less (recommended1)
Contrast
850:1
850:1
850:1
Response Time (Typical)
Black-white-black: 12 ms
Gray-to-gray: 5 ms, black-white-black: 13 ms
Gray-to-gray: 5 ms, black-white-black: 13 ms
Native Resolution
Signal 1: 2560 × 1600; Signal 2: 1920 × 1200
1920 × 1200
1920 × 1200 (16:10 aspect ratio)
Pixel Pitch
0.2505 × 0.2505 mm
0.270 × 0.270 mm
0.270 × 0.270 mm
Display Colors
DVI (8 bit): 16.77 million from a palette of 68 billion
DVI (10 bit): 1.07 billion from a palette of 68 billion
DVI: 16.77 million from a palette of 68 billion
DisplayPort: 1.07 billion from a palette of 68 billion
DVI: 16.77 million from a palette of 68 billion
DisplayPort: 1.07 billion from a palette of 68 billion
Wide Gamut Coverage
Adobe RGB: 98%
Adobe RGB: 98%
Adobe RGB: 98%, sRGB: 100%
Look-Up Table
12 bits per color
12 bits per color
12 bits per color
16 bits per color
Internal Processing
16 bits per color
16 bits per color
Screen Uniformity2
Center: E≤3, Perimeter: E≤5
Entire Screen: E≤3
Entire Screen: E≤3
Cabinet Colors
Black
Black
Black
Dot Clock
269 MHz
Analog: 170 MHz, Digital: 164.5 MHz
Analog: 170 MHz, Digital: 164.5 MHz
Analog Scanning Frequency (H, V)
–
24 – 76 kHz, 47.5 – 86 Hz
24 – 76 kHz, 47.5 – 86 Hz
Digital Scanning Frequency (H, V)
26 – 100 kHz, 29.5 – 30.5 Hz/59 – 61 Hz (VGA Text:
69 – 71 Hz)
26 – 78 kHz, 23.75 – 63 Hz (VGA Text: 69 – 71 Hz)
26 – 78 kHz, 23.75 – 63 Hz (VGA Text: 69 – 71 Hz)
Video Input Terminals
DVI-D 24 pin × 2 (dual link × 1, single link × 1 [with
HDCP] )
DVI-I 29 pin × 2 (with HDCP), DisplayPort (with
HDCP)
DVI-I 29 pin × 2 (with HDCP), DisplayPort (with
HDCP)
USB Ports / Standard
1 upstream, 2 downstream / USB 2.0
1 upstream, 2 downstream / USB 2.0
1 upstream, 2 downstream / USB 2.0
Power Requirements
AC 100 – 120 V / 200 – 240 V, 50 / 60 Hz
AC 100 – 120 V / 200 – 240 V, 50 / 60 Hz
AC 100 – 120 V / 200 – 240 V, 50 / 60 Hz
Power Consumption
170 W (maximum)
100 W (maximum)
95 W (maximum)
Power Save Mode
Less than 1.5 W
Less than 1 W
Less than 0.9 W
Height Adjustment Range
118 mm
157 mm
82 mm
Tilt / Swivel / Pivot
40° Up, 0° Down / 35° Right, 35° Left / 90°
30° Up, 0° Down / 172° Right, 172° Left / 90°
40° Up, 0° Down / 35° Right, 35° Left / 90°
Dimensions (W × H × D)
With Stand: 689 × 511.5 – 629.5 × 254.7 mm;
Without Stand: 689 × 450 × 90 mm
With Stand: 566 × 396.5 – 553.5 × 242 – 256 mm;
Without Stand: 566 × 382 × 92.5 mm
With Stand: 566 × 456 – 538 × 230 mm
Without Stand: 566 × 367 × 85 mm
Net Weight
With Stand: 16.1 kg
Without Stand: 11.6 kg
With Stand: 10.1 kg
Without Stand: 7.1 kg
With Stand: 10.7 kg
Without Stand: 7.1 kg
Preset Modes
Fine Contrast (Custom, sRGB, Calibration, Emulation) Color Mode (Custom, Adobe RGB, sRGB, Rec709,
EBU, SMPTE-C, DCI, Calibration)
Color Mode (Custom, sRGB, Rec709, EBU, SMPTEC, DCI, Calibration)
Supplied Accessories
AC power cord, signal cables (DVI-D – DVI-D,
DVI-D – DVI-D [dual link supported]), USB cable,
setup guide, EIZO LCD Utility Disk (ColorNavigator
software, PDF user’s manual), adjustment certificate, ScreenCleaner, monitor hood, quick reference,
warranty card
AC power cord, signal cables (DVI-D – DVI-D, DisplayPort – DisplayPort), USB cable, setup guide, EIZO
LCD Utility Disk (ColorNavigator software, PDF user’s
manual), adjustment certificate, ScreenCleaner,
monitor hood, quick reference, warranty card
AC power cord, signal cables (DVI-D – DVI-D,
DisplayPort – DisplayPort), USB cable, setup guide,
EIZO LCD Utility Disk (ColorNavigator software, PDF
user’s manual), adjustment certificate, ScreenCleaner, monitor hood, quick reference, 4 screws
for mount option, warranty card
Warranty
Five Years1
Five Years1
Five Years1
The usage time is limited to 30,000 hours and the warranty period of the LCD panel is limited to three years from the date of purchase. The warranty period of the backlight is warranted only if it is used within the recommended brightness of up to and including 100 cd/m 2 for
the CG221 and CG211 and 120 cd/m 2 for the CG303W, CG245W, CG243W, CG241W, and CG223W with the color temperature for the aforementioned models between 5,000 K – 6,500 K and limited to three years from the date of purchase subject to the usage time being less
than or equal to 10,000 hours. 2 Measured at gray level 128 and color temperature of 5000 K.
With current LCD technology, a panel may contain a limited number of missing or flickering pixels.
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Accessories
Monitor Hoods
Panel Protectors
Screen Cleaner Kit
Bundled with all models,
EIZO's monitor
hoods include
a sliding top
cover so they
can remain
in place when the monitor
is calibrated. With the
CG245W, the hood can be
used in portrait mode, too.
These protection sheets are easy to place
over the screen surface, allow a minimum
of 87% light
transmission, and
prevent dust
and scratches.
(Available
for the CG243W, CG241W, CG223W, and
CG211. Sold separately.)
Keep your screen free from
dust and fingerprints with
this bundled screen
cleaner kit. Includes
pump spray and cloth.
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CG245W in
portrait mode
24.1" / 61 cm (611 mm diagonal)
22" / 56 cm (558 mm diagonal)
22.2" / 56.4 cm (563 mm diagonal)
21.3" / 54 cm (540 mm diagonal)
178°, 178° (at contrast ratio of 10:1)
178°, 178° (at contrast ratio of 10:1)
170°, 170° (at contrast ratio of 10:1)
170°, 170° (at contrast ratio of 10:1)
VA (with overdrive circuit)
VA (with overdrive circuit)
IPS
IPS
300cd/m2 (maximum)
120 cd/m2 or less (recommended1)
270 cd/m2 (maximum)
120 cd/m2 or less (recommended1)
200 cd/m2 (maximum)
100 cd/m2 or less (recommended1)
225 cd/m2 (maximum)
100 cd/m2 or less (recommended1)
850:1
950:1
400:1
500:1
Gray-to-gray: 6 ms, black-white-black: 16 ms
Gray-to-gray: 6 ms, black-white-black: 12 ms
Gray-to-gray: –, black-white-black: 30 ms
Gray-to-gray: –, black-white-black: 30 ms
1920 × 1200 (16:10 aspect ratio)
1680 × 1050 (16:10 aspect ratio)
1920 × 1200 (16:10 aspect ratio)
1600 × 1200 (4:3 aspect ratio)
0.270 × 0.270 mm
0.282 × 0.282 mm
0.249 × 0.249 mm
0.270 × 0.270 mm
16.77 million from a palette of 68 billion
DVI: 16.77 million from a palette of 68 billion; DisplayPort: 1.07 billion from a palette of 68 billion
16.77 million from a palette of 68 billion
16.77 million from a palette of 68 billion
Adobe RGB: 96%, sRGB: 98%
Adobe RGB: 95%, vs. NTSC: 92%
Adobe RGB: 98%, sRGB 98%
Adobe RGB: 78%, sRGB: 99%
12 bits per color
12 bits per color
12 bits per color
12 bits per color
16 bits per color
16 bits per color
16 bits per color
16 bits per color
Entire Screen: E≤3
Entire Screen: E≤3
Entire Screen: E≤3
Entire Screen: E≤3
Black
Black
Black
Black
Analog: 202.5 MHz, Digital: 164.5 MHz
Analog: 150 MHz, Digital: 120 MHz
Analog: 202.5 MHz, Digital: 162 MHz
Analog: 202.5 MHz, Digital: 162 MHz
24 – 94 kHz, 47.5 – 86 Hz
24 –82 kHz, 47.5 – 86 Hz
31 – 94 kHz, 49 – 86 Hz
24 – 100 kHz, 49 – 86 Hz
26 – 78 kHz, 47.5 – 63 Hz (VGA Text: 69 – 71 Hz)
31 – 65 kHz, 47.5 – 61 Hz (VGA Text: 69 – 71 Hz)
31 – 76 kHz, 59 – 61 Hz (VGA Text: 69 – 71 Hz)
31 – 100 kHz, 59 – 61 Hz (VGA Text: 69 – 71 Hz)
DVI-I 29 pin × 2 (with HDCP)
DVI-I 29 pin × 2 (with HDCP), DisplayPort (with
HDCP)
DVI-I 29 × 2
DVI-I 29 × 2
1 upstream, 2 downstream / USB 2.0
1 upstream, 2 downstream / USB 2.0
1 upstream, 2 downstream / USB 2.0
1 upstream, 2 downstream / USB 2.0
AC 100 – 120 V / 200 – 240 V, 50 / 60 Hz
AC 100 – 120 V / 200 – 240 V, 50 / 60 Hz
AC 100 – 120 V / 200 – 240 V, 50 / 60 Hz
AC 100 – 120 V / 200 – 240 V, 50 / 60 Hz
110 W (maximum)
85 W (maximum) 39 W (typical)
100 W (maximum)
75 W (maximum)
Less than 2 W
Less than 0.9 W
Less than 2 W
Less than 2 W
82 mm
74 mm
100 mm
82 mm
40° Up, 0° Down / 35° Right, 35° Left / 90°
30° Up, 0° Down / 172° Right, 172° Left / 90°
30° Up, 3° Down / 35° Right, 35° Left / –
40° Up, 0 ° Down / 35° Right, 35° Left / 90°
With Stand: 566 × 456 – 538 × 230 mm
Without Stand: 566 × 367 × 85 mm
With Stand: 511 × 347.5 – 521.5 × 240.5 – 256 mm
Without Stand: 511 × 333 × 85 mm
With Stand: 565 × 452.5 – 552.5 × 272 mm
Without Stand: 565 × 394.5 × 101 mm
With Stand: 472 × 459 – 541 × 208.5 mm
Without Stand: 472 × 373 × 69 mm
With Stand: 11 kg
Without Stand: 7.4 kg
With Stand: 9.6 kg
Without Stand: 6.6 kg
With Stand: 14.5 kg
Without Stand: 10.4 kg
With Stand: 10.2 kg
Without Stand: 7.0 kg
Fine Contrast (Custom, sRGB, Calibration, Emulation)
Color Mode (Custom, sRGB, Rec709, EBU, SMPTEC, DCI, Calibration)
Fine Contrast (sRGB, Custom, Calibration, Emulation)
Fine Contrast (sRGB, Custom, Calibration)
AC power cord, signal cables (DVI-D – DVI-D,
DVI-I – D-Sub mini 15 pin), USB cable, setup guide,
EIZO LCD Utility Disk (ColorNavigator software,
PDF user’s manual), adjustment certificate,
ScreenCleaner, monitor hood, quick reference,
warranty card
AC power cord, signal cables (DVI-D – DVI-D,
DVI-I – D-Sub mini 15 pin), USB cable, setup guide,
EIZO LCD Utility Disk (ColorNavigator software,
PDF user’s manual), adjustment certificate,
ScreenCleaner, monitor hood, quick reference,
warranty card
AC power cord, signal cables (DVI-D – DVI-D,
DVI‑I – D-Sub mini 15 pin), USB cable, setup guide,
EIZO LCD Utility Disk (ColorNavigator software,
HTML user’s manual, ICC Profile), adjustment
certificate, ScreenCleaner, monitor hood, quick
reference, warranty card
AC power cord, signal cables (DVI-D – DVI-D,
DVI‑I – D-Sub mini 15 pin), USB cable, setup guide,
EIZO LCD Utility Disk (ColorNavigator software,
HTML user’s manual, ICC Profile), adjustment
certificate, ScreenCleaner, monitor hood, quick
reference, warranty card
Five Years1
Five Years1
Five Years1
Five Years1
Color Universal Design Feature
Warranty
Color Vision Deficiency Simulation
Brightness and Color Warranty
To accommodate the more than 200
million people worldwide with a color vision
deficiency, care must be taken when choosing color schemes, otherwise important
details may not be discernible. These models
instantly simulate how still and moving
Original mode
images appear to people with red-green (protanopia and deuteranopia) and blue-yellow
(tritanopia) color vision deficiency through
internal hardware conversion and EIZO
proprietary software. (Compatible with Windows 7, Vista, and XP, and with Macintosh
OS X 10.3.9 or later. This feature is not
available with the CG221 and CG211.)
EIZO offers a fiveyear warranty for all
ColorEdge monitors. The
backlight is warranted for
three years at a brightness of up to a specific
figure and color temperature from 5,000 –
6,500 K with the usage time a maximum of
10,000 hours. (See footnote 1 on page 6 for
brightness figures.)
Deuteranope mode
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