Eizo L985EX Switch User Manual

User’s Manual
Color LCD Monitor
English
SAFETY SYMBOLS
This manual uses the safety symbols below. They denote critical information. Please read them
carefully.
WARNING
Failure to abide by the information in a WARNING may result in serious injury and
can be life threatening.
CAUTION
Failure to abide by the information in a CAUTION may result in moderate injury
and/or property or product damage.
Indicates a prohibited action.
Indicates to ground for safety.
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manual may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any
means, electronic, mechanical, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of EIZO
NANAO CORPORATION.
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information confidential unless prior arrangements are made pursuant to EIZO NANAO
CORPORATION's receipt of said information. Although every effort has been made to ensure
that this manual provides up-to-date information, please note that EIZO monitor specifications
are subject to change without notice.
ENERGY STAR is a U.S. registered mark.
Apple and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
VGA is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
DPMS is a trademark and VESA is a registered trademark of Video Electronics Standards
Association.
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
PowerManager is a trademark of EIZO NANAO CORPORATION.
ScreenManager, FlexScan and EIZO are registered trademarks of EIZO NANAO
CORPORATION.
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, EIZO NANAO CORPORATION has determined
that this product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PRECAUTIONS ................................................................................... 4
1. INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................... 9
1-1. Features ........................................................................................................9
1-2. Package Contents..........................................................................................9
1-3. Controls & Connectors ..............................................................................10
2. CABLE CONNECTION ......................................................................... 12
2-1. Before Connecting ......................................................................................12
2-2. Connecting the Signal Cable .......................................................................13
2-3. Connecting Two PCs to the Monitor ..........................................................16
3. ScreenManager .................................................................................... 18
3-1. How to use the ScreenManager ..................................................................18
3-2. ScreenManager Adjustments and Settings...................................................19
3-3. FineContrast ...............................................................................................20
3-4. Useful Functions .........................................................................................22
4. ADJUSTMENT ...................................................................................... 24
4-1. Screen Adjustment ......................................................................................24
4-2. Displaying Low Resolutions .......................................................................28
4-3. Color Adjustment .......................................................................................30
4-4. Power-save Setup ........................................................................................32
5. ATTACHING AN ARM ........................................................................... 34
6. TROUBLESHOOTING........................................................................... 36
7. CLEANING ............................................................................................ 40
8. SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................. 41
9. GLOSSARY........................................................................................... 44
APPENDIX/ANHANG/ANNEXE .................................................................. i
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT!
• This product has been adjusted specifically for use in the region to which it was
originally shipped. If operated outside the region to which it was originally shipped,
the product may not perform as stated in the specifications.
• To ensure personal safety and proper maintenance, please read this section and the
caution statements on the unit (refer to the figure below).
[Location of the Caution Statements]
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If an object or liquid falls/spills into the cabinet, unplug the unit immediately.
Have the unit checked by a qualified service engineer before using it again.
If the unit falls, disconnect the power immediately and ask your dealer for
advice. Do not continue using a damaged unit. Using a damaged unit may
result in fire or electric shock.
Set the unit in an appropriate location.
Not doing so may result in fire, electric shock, or equipment damage.
* Do not place outdoors.
* Do not place in the transportation system (ship, aircraft, trains, automobiles,
etc.)
* Do not place in a dusty or humid environment.
* Do not place in a location where the steam comes directly on the screen.
* Do not place near heat generating devices or a humidifier.
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WARNING
Use the correct voltage.
* The unit is designed for use with a specific voltage only. Connection to
another voltage than specified in this User’s Manual may cause fire, electric
shock, or equipment damage.
* Do not overload your power circuit, as this may result in fire or electric
shock.
Handle the power cord with care.
* Do not place the cord underneath the unit or other heavy objects.
* Do not pull on or tie the cord.
If the power cord becomes damaged, stop using it. Use of a damaged cord
may result in fire or electric shock.
Never touch the plug and power cord if it begins to thunder.
Touching them may result in electric shock.
When attaching an arm stand, please refer to the user’s manual of the
arm stand and install the unit securely with the enclosed screws.
Not doing so may cause the unit to come unattached, which may result in
injury or equipment damage. When the unit is dropped, please ask your dealer
for advice. Do not continue using a damaged unit. Using a damaged unit may
result in fire or electric shock. When reattaching the tilt stand, please use the
same screws and tighten them securely.
Do not touch a damaged LCD panel directly with bare hands.
The liquid crystal which leaks from the panel is poisonous if it enters the eyes
or mouth.
If any part of the skin or body comes in direct contact with the panel, please
wash thoroughly. If some physical symptoms result, please consult your
doctor.
Follow local regulation or laws for safe disposal.
The backlight of the LCD panel contains mercury.
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CAUTION
Handle with care when carrying the unit.
Disconnect the power cord and cables when moving the unit. Moving the unit
with the cord attached is dangerous. It may result in injury.
When handling the unit, grip the bottom of the unit firmly with both
hands ensuring the panel faces outward before lifting.
Dropping the unit may result in injury or equipment damage.
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Do not block the ventilation slots on the cabinet.
* Do not place any objects on the ventilation slots.
* Do not install the unit in a closed space.
* Do not use the unit laid down or upside down.
Blocking the ventilation slots prevents proper airflow and may result in fire,
electric shock, or equipment damage.
Do not touch the plug with wet hands.
Doing so may result in electrical shock.
Use an easily accessible power outlet.
This will ensure that you can disconnect the power quickly in case of a
problem.
Periodically clean the area around the plug.
Dust, water, or oil on the plug may result in fire.
Unplug the unit before cleaning it.
Cleaning the unit while it is plugged into a power outlet may result in electric
shock.
If you plan to leave the unit unused for an extended period, disconnect
the power cord from the wall socket after turning off the power switch
for the safety and the power conservation.
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LCD Panel
In order to suppress the luminosity change by long-term use and to maintain
the stable luminosity, use of a monitor in lower brightness is recommended.
The screen may have defective pixels. These pixels may appear as slightly light
or dark area on the screen. This is due to the characteristics of the panel itself,
and not the product.
The backlight of the LCD panel has a fixed life span. When the screen becomes
dark or begins to flicker, please contact your dealer.
Do not press on the panel or edge of the frame strongly, as this may result in
damage to the screen. There will be prints left on the screen if the pressed
image is dark or black. If pressure is repeatedly applied to the screen, it may
deteriorate or damage your LCD panel. Leave the screen white to decrease the
prints.
Do not scratch or press on the panel with any sharp objects, such as a pencil or
pen as this may result in damage to the panel. Do not attempt to brush with
tissues as this may scratch the LCD panel.
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1. INTRODUCTION
Thank you very much for choosing an EIZO Color Monitor.
1-1. Features
• Dual inputs compliant (DVI-I and D-Sub mini 15 pin connecters)
• DVI (p. 44) Digital input (TMDS (p. 45)) compliant
• [Horizontal scanning frequency]
[Vertical scanning frequency]
[Resolution]
Analog: 24 - 94 kHz
Digital: 31 - 76 kHz
Analog: 49 - 86 Hz (1600 x 1200: 49 - 76 Hz)
Digital: 59 - 61 Hz (VGA text: 69 - 71 Hz)
1600 dots x 1200 lines
• Smoothing function incorporated for the adjustment of an enlarged image. (p.28)
• FineContrast modes, to select the most suitable mode for screen display (p.20)
• The utility software “ScreenManager Pro for LCD” (for Windows) which can control
the monitor from a PC with a mouse or keyboard is included (refer to the EIZO LCD
Utility Disk).
• The height adjustable stand incorporated
• Ultra slim bezel incorporated
• The Portrait/Landscape display capability
1-2. Package Contents
Please contact your local dealer for assistance if any of the listed items are missing or
damaged.
• LCD Monitor
• EIZO USB Cable (MD-C93)
• Power Cord
• EIZO LCD Utility Disk
• Signal Cable (FD-C16)
• User’s Manual
• Signal Cable (FD-C39)
• ScreenManager Quick Reference
• Signal Cable (MD-C87)
• LIMITED WARRANTY
NOTE
• Please retain the packing materials for future transference.
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1-3. Controls & Connectors
Front
(2)
(1)
FineContrast Menu
Control Panel
SIGNAL
AUTO
1-2
ENTER
(3) (4) (5)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(6)
(7) (8)
®
ScreenManager
Main Power Switch
Input Signal Selection Button
Auto Adjustment Button
Enter Button
Control Buttons*1 (Left, Down, Up, Right) *2
Power Button
Power Indicator*3
Blue
Operation
Yellow
Power saving
Flashing yellow
(2 times for
each)
Power save mode Digital only
Flashing yellow
slowly
Power is off (Main power is on)
Off
Power off
*1
Directly pressing the left or right button allows you to select a FineContrast mode, see
page 20. The ScreenManager Main Menu and the FineContrast Menu cannot be
displayed at the same time.
*2
These buttons are changed to Up, Left, Right, Down in case of selecting “Portrait” for
<Orientation> of ScreenManager <Others> (p.19).
*3
Blue lighting, when the screen is displayed (Operation mode), is made to non-light,
see page 19. Regarding the power indicator for the “Off Timer”, see page 22.
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Rear
(9)
(10)
(11)
Bottom
(12)(13)(14)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
*4
*5
(15)
Height Adjustable Stand (Detachable)* 4
Power Terminal Covers for the Optional Peripheral
Security Lock Slot*5
DVI-I Input Connector (SIGNAL 1)
D-Sub mini 15 pin Input Connector (SIGNAL 2)
USB Port (1 Upstream)
Power Connector
The LCD monitor has the capability of the Portrait/Landscape display. (The panel
pivots in the clockwise direction 90°.) For the Portrait display, use the software for
the portrait.
The LCD monitor can be used with an optional arm stand by removing the stand.
(see page 34)
Allows for connection of a security cable. This lock supports Kensington’s
MicroSaver security system. For further information, please consult’
Kensington Technology Group
2855 Campus Drive, San Mateo, CA 94403 USA
Tel.: 800-650-4242, x3348, Intl: 650-572-2700, x3348
Fax: 650-572-9675
http://www.kensington.com
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2. CABLE CONNECTION
2-1. Before Connecting
Before connecting your monitor to the PC, change the display screen settings (resolution
p. 45) and frequency) in accordance with the charts below.
NOTE
• When your computer and display support VESA DDC, the suitable resolution and
the refresh rate are set by just plugging your display into the computer without any
manual settings.
Analog Input
Resolution
Frequency
Dot Clock
Remarks
202.5 MHz
(Max.)
Apple Macintosh
640 ×
480
67 Hz
640 ×
480
~ 85 Hz
720 ×
400
70 Hz
VGA TEXT
800 ×
600
~ 85 Hz
VESA
VGA, VESA
832 ×
624
75 Hz
Apple Macintosh
1024 ×
768
~ 85 Hz
VESA
1152 ×
864
75 Hz
VESA
1152 ×
870
75 Hz
Apple Macintosh
1280 ×
960
60 Hz
VESA
1280 ×
960
75 Hz
Apple Macintosh
1280 ×
1024
~ 85 Hz
VESA
1600 ×
1200
~ 75 Hz
VESA
Digital Input
Only the following resolutions with frequency can be displayed on this model.
Resolution
12
Frequency
Dot Clock
Remarks
60Hz
162 MHz
(Max.)
VGA
640 ×
480
720 ×
400
70Hz
800 ×
600
60Hz
VGA TEXT
VESA
1024 ×
768
60Hz
VESA
1280 ×
1024
60Hz
VESA
1600 ×
1200
60Hz
VESA
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2-2. Connecting the Signal Cable
NOTE
• Be sure that the power switches of both the PC and the monitor are OFF.
1.
Plug the signal cable into the connector at the rear of the monitor
and the other end of the cable into the video connector on the PC.
After connecting, secure the connection with the screw-in fasteners.
Power Cord
Analog Input
Signal Cable
Connector
PC
Signal Cable (MD-C87
enclosed)
Video Output
• Standard graphics card
Connector / D-Sub mini
• Power Macintosh G3 (Blue &
15 pin
White) / Power Mac G4
Input Connector
(VGA)
(monitor) / D-Sub mini
15 pin
Signal Cable (MD-C87
enclosed) + Adapter*
Video Output
Connector / D-Sub 15
pin
Input Connector
(monitor) / D-Sub mini
15 pin
Signal Cable (FD-C16
enclosed)
Video Output
• Standard graphics card
Connector / D-Sub mini
• Power Macintosh G3 (Blue &
15 pin
White) / Power Mac G4
Input Connector
(VGA)
(monitor) / DVI
Signal Cable (FD-C16
enclosed) + Adapter*
Video Output
Connector / D-Sub 15
pin
Input Connector
(monitor) / DVI
• Macintosh
*Macintosh Adapter (Optional)
• Macintosh
*Macintosh Adapter (Optional)
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Digital Input
Signal Cable
Signal Cable (FD-C39
enclosed)
Connector
Video Output
Connector / DVI
Input Connector
(monitor) / DVI
PC
• Digital graphics board
• Power Mac G4 (DVI)
NOTE
• The monitor is not compatible with a Power Mac G4/G4 Cube ADC (Apple
Display Connector)
2.
Plug the power cord into the power connector on the rear of the
monitor.
3.
Lead the power cord and signal cable into the cable holder at rear of
the monitor.
NOTE
• When housing the cables into the cable holder, lead them to the cable entrance
side and pinch the projection to open the cable entrance.
• The cables are recommended to lead with slight sag for the smooth motion of
the stand and the Portrait/Landscape display.
Cable Holder
Projection
Cable Entrance
4.
Plug the other end of the power cord into a power outlet.
WARNING
Use the enclosed power cord and connect to the standard
power outlet of your country.
Be sure to remain within the rated voltage of the power cord.
Not doing so may result in fire or electric shock.
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WARNING
The equipment must be connected to a grounded main
outlet.
Not doing so may result in fire or electric shock. Not doing so
may cause in fire or electric shock.
5.
Turn on the monitor’s Power Button and then turn on the PC’s
power.
The monitor’s power indicator will light up (blue).
If an image does not appear, refer to the “TROUBLESHOOTING” (p.36) for
advice.
Whenever finished, turn off the PC and the monitor.
NOTE
• When turning on the monitor, the kind of the input signal (Signal1 or 2/Analog or
Digital) is displayed for a few seconds on the right top corner of the screen.
• Adjust brightness of the screen depending on the brightness of your environment.
• Be sure to take adequate rests. A 10-minute rest period each hour is suggested.
6.
When using the software, ScreenManager Pro for LCD (for
Windows), connect the upstream port of the monitor to the
downstream port of the USB compliant PC or another hub with the
USB cable.
After connecting the USB cable, the USB function can be set up automatically. For
further details about the “ScreenManager Pro for LCD”, refer to the readme.txt in
the CD-ROM.
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2-3. Connecting Two PCs to the Monitor
Two PCs can be connected to the monitor through the Signal 1 and the Signal 2 on the
back of the monitor.
Connecting Examples
DVI-I Input Connector
(SIGNAL 1)
D-Sub 15 pin mini
Input Connector
(SIGNAL 2)
PC 1
PC 2
(Ex.1)
Analog
D-Sub
mini 15
pin
Signal Cable
(FD-C16 enclosed)
Signal Cable
(MD-C87 enclosed)
D-Sub
mini
15 pin
Analog
(Ex.2)
Digital
DVI
Signal Cable
(FD-C39 enclosed)
Signal Cable
(MD-C87 enclosed)
D-Sub
mini
15 pin
Analog
NOTE
• When using FD-C16, plug the D-Sub mini 15 pin connector to the computer and
DVI-I connector to the monitor. Wrong connection causes no picture problem.
Selecting the Active Input
The Input Signal Selection Button on the control panel can be used to select either
SIGNAL 1 or SIGNAL 2 as the active input at any time. Every time the button is
pressed, the input changes. When switching the signal, the kind of the input signal
(Signal1 or 2/Analog or Digital) is displayed for a few seconds on the right top corner of
the screen.
Input Signal Selection Button
SIGNAL
1-2
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The Priority Input Signal
This function is used to select which PC will have priority to control the monitor when
utilizing two PCs. The monitor constantly checks the input signals and switches
automatically in accordance with the “Input Priority” setting (see table below). Once a
priority is set, whenever a change of signal is detected at the selected input, the monitor
will switch the input to that signal.
In the case of only one signal being present at either input, the monitor automatically
detects and displays that signal.
Priority setting
1
(SIGNAL 1 – DVI-I Input
Connector)
Performance
If signals from both inputs are present, the monitor gives
preference to Signal 1 in the following cases.
• When the power of the monitor is turned ON.
• When the signal input to Signal 1 is changed even if active input
was Signal 2.
2
(SIGNAL 2 – D-Sub mini
15 pin Input Connector)
If signals from both inputs are present, the monitor gives
preference to Signal 2 in the following cases.
• When the power of the monitor is turned ON.
• When the signal input to Signal 2 is changed even if active input
was Signal 1.
Manual
The monitor will not detect signals automatically in this mode.
Select the active input by pressing the Input Signal Selection
Button on the monitor’s control panel.
NOTE
• When the “1” or “2” is selected, the power saving mode of the monitor activates only
if both PCs are in power saving mode.
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3. ScreenManager
3-1. How to use the ScreenManager
ScreenManager allows you to adjust screen performance though the main menu and
select a FineContrast mode easily.
[Ex.] Custom
Main Menu
Control Buttons
Left, Down, Up, Right
SIGNAL
1-2
FineContrast Menu
AUTO
ENTER
Auto Adjustment Enter Button
Button
NOTE
• Main Menu and FineContrast Menu cannot be activated at the same time.
1.
Entering the ScreenManager
Press the Enter Button once to display the main menu of the ScreenManager.
2.
Making Adjustments and Settings
(1) Select the desired sub menu icon using the Control buttons and press the Enter
Button. The sub menu appears.
(2) Use the Control buttons to select the desired setting icon and press the Enter
Button. The setting menu appears.
(3) Use the Control buttons to make all required adjustments and press the Enter
Button to save the settings.
3.
Exiting the ScreenManager
(1) To return to the main menu, select the <Return> icon or press the down button
twice, followed by the Enter Button.
(2) To exit the ScreenManager, select the <Exit> icon or press the down button
twice, followed by the Enter Button.
NOTE
• Double clicking the Enter Button at any time also exits the ScreenManager menu.
FineContrast Menu
Directly pressing the left or right button allows you to select the best suited
mode for screen display from 6 FineContrast modes; Text, Picture, Movie, sRGB,
Custom and External. To exit the menu, press the Enter Button. (p. 20)
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3-2. ScreenManager Adjustments and Settings.
The following table shows all the ScreenManager’s adjustment and setting menus.
“*” indicates adjustments of analog input only and “**” indicates digital input only.
Main menu
Sub menu
Screen
Reference
Clock
*
Phase
*
4-1. Screen Adjustment (p.24)
Position
Resolution
Range Adjustment
*
Smoothing
*
Signal Filter
*1
Color(Custom)
Brightness
4-3. Color Adjustment (p.30)
Temperature
Gamma
Saturation
Hue
Gain
6 Colors
Reset
PowerManager
Others
DVI DMPM
**
VESA DPMS
*
EIZO MPMS
*
4-4. Power-save Setup (p.32)
4-2. Displaying Low Resolutions (p.28)
Screen Size
Border Intensity
Input Priority
Select the priority input signal. (p.17)
Off Timer
Set the monitor’s off timer to on or off. (p.22)
Beep
Menu
Settings
Set the monitor’s beeper to on or off. (p.42)
Menu Size
Change the size of the menu.
Menu Position
Adjust the menu position
Menu Off Timer
Set the menu displaying time. *2
Translucent
Set the transparency of the background.
Orientation
Change the orientation of the ScreenManager
for monitor’s portrait position.
Power Indicator
Make non-light for blue lighting when the
screen is displayed. (p.23)
Reset
Return to the factory default settings. (p.42)
Information
Information
Review the ScreenManager’s settings, model
name, serial number and usage time*3.
Language
English, German, French,
Spanish, Italian, Swedish and
Japanese
Select the ScreenManager’s language.
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*1
The adjustable functions depend on the selected FineContrast mode. The above table
shows the sub menus when the ‘custom’ mode is selected (see page 30).
*2
The displaying time of the FineContrast Menu cannot be changed.
*3
Due to the inspection on the factory, the usage time may not be “0 hour” at shipping.
3-3. FineContrast
This function allows you to select the best suited mode for screen display.
To select the Mode
Directly pressing the left or right button allows you to select the best suited mode for
screen display from 6 FineContrast modes; Text, Picture, Movie, sRGB, Custom and
External. Color settings each mode can be adjusted by using the <Color> menu of the
ScreenManager.
NOTE
• When the main menu of ScreenManager is displayed on the screen, the
FineContrast Menu cannot be activated.
Exit
Press the Enter Button to exit the menu.
Enter Button
Control Buttons
Left, Right
SIGNAL
AUTO
1-2
FineContrast Menu
[Ex.] Custom
ENTER
Current Mode
Setting status of
Brightness, Temperature
and Gamma
FineContrast Mode
Selectable FineContrast modes are as follows.
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Text
Text on word processor or spreadsheet software
Picture
Photo or picture image
Movie
Animated images
sRGB
To display the screen images based on those original colors (ex. over
the Internet)
Custom
To adjust the color settings according to your preference
External
Color reproduction by setting the values of color coordinate and
gamma with using the “ScreenManager Pro for LCD (for
Windows)” (Refer to the EIZO LCD Utility Disk.)
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Color Adjustment of the Mode Settings
<Brightness>, <Temperature> and <Gamma> settings can be adjusted on the
FineContrast Menu. Select the desired function icon with the Up/Down control buttons
and adjust with the Left/Right buttons. (Setting(s) of <Temperature> and/or <Gamma>
is defined as standard default in some modes. (p.30))
Detailed Adjustments
The detailed color settings of each mode can be adjusted by using the <Color> menu of
the ScreenManager. (p.30)
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3-4. Useful Functions
Adjustment Lock
Use the “Adjustment Lock” function to prevent any accidental changes.
Locked function
• Auto Adjustment Button adjustments and settings in the
ScreenManager.
• Auto Adjustment Button
Unlocked function
• Selecting of the FineContrast mode by the control buttons /
Adjustments.
• Input Signal Selection Button
• To lock
Turn off the monitor’s power by the Power Button on the control panel. Press on the
Auto Adjustment Button while turning on the monitor’s power.
• To unlock
Turn off the monitor’s power by the Power Button on the control panel, then hold
down the Auto Adjustment Button once again and turn the power back on.
Off Timer
The off timer function causes the monitor to automatically enter a power off state after
a predetermined amount of time has lapsed. This function was created to reduce
afterimage (p.44) characteristics that are particular to LCD monitors when the monitor
screen is left on for a long period without use.
[Procedure]
(1) Select <Off Timer> in the ScreenManager <Others> menu.
(2) Select “Enable” and press the right and left buttons to adjust the “On Period” (1 to
23 hours).
[Off Timer System]
PC
*1
Monitor
Power Indicator
On Period (1H - 23H)
Operation
Blue
Last 15 min. in "On period"
Advance Notice *1
Blue Flashing
"On period" expired
Power off
Flashing yellow slowly
Advance notice (Power Indicator flashing blue) will be given 15 minutes before the monitor
automatically enters the “Power Off” mode. To delay entering the “Power Off” mode, press the
Power Button during the advance notice period. The monitor will continue to operate for an
additional 90 minutes.
[Power Resumption Procedure]
Press the Power Button to return to a normal screen.
NOTE
• The off timer function works while the PowerManager is active, but there is no
advance notice before the monitor’s power is turned off.
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Power Indicator Setting
Light off the power indicator. This function is available for the multiple panels settings.
[Procedure]
(1) Select <Power Indicator> in the ScreenManager <Others> menu.
(2) Select “Disable”.
EIZO Logo Appearing Function
When switching on the Power Button on the control panel, the EIZO logo is displayed
for a while. If you desire to display or undisplay this logo, use this function. (Default is
logo appearing.)
• To undisplay
Turn off the monitor’s power by the Power Button on the control panel, then hold
down the Enter button once again and turn the power back on.
• To display again
Turn off the monitor’s power by the Power Button, then hold down the Enter button
once again and turn the power back on.
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4. ADJUSTMENT
4-1. Screen Adjustment
NOTE
• Allow the LCD monitor to stabilize for at least 20 minutes before making image
adjustments.
When connecting the DVI cable for digital input, see page 27.
Analog Input
Screen adjustments for the LCD monitor should be used in suppressing screen flickering
and also for adjusting the screen to its proper position. There is only one correct
position for each display mode. It is also recommended to use the ScreenManager
function when first installing the display or whenever changing the system. For
convenience, an easy set-up Program installed on the utility disk to assist in the set-up
procedure is provided.
Adjustment Procedure
1.
Press the Auto Adjustment Button on the control panel.
The message “Your setting will be lost, if you press again now.” appears and
remains on the screen for 5 seconds. While the message is on the screen, press the
Auto Adjustment Button again to automatically adjust the clock, phase, screen
position and resolution. If you do not wish to do adjust the screen, do not press
the Auto Adjustment Button again.
NOTE
• The Auto adjustment function is intended for use on the Macintosh and on
AT-compatible PC running Windows. It may not work properly in either of the
following cases.
When running an AT-compatible PC on MS-DOS (Not windows). The
background color for the “wall paper” or “desktop” pattern is set to black.
If the appropriate screen cannot be made by using the Auto Adjustment
Button, adjust the screen through the following procedures. If the
appropriate screen can be made, proceed to step 4.
2.
Run the “Screen adjustment program”.
Having read the “Readme.txt” file, run the “Screen Adjustment Program” in the
enclosed EIZO LCD Utility Disk. Step by step, adjustment is provided by the
wizard guide. (If using the Windows, the program can be directly run from the
menu screen of the CD-ROM.)
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NOTE
• If the user’s operating system has no utility disk (e.g. OS/2), we recommend
setting the desktop pattern to that as shown in the diagram on the following.
3.
Adjust by using <Screen> menu in the ScreenManager.
(1) Vertical bars appear on the screen
ĺ
Use the <Clock> (p.44) adjustment.
Select the “Clock” and eliminate the vertical bars by using the right and left of
the control buttons. Do not continuously press the control buttons, as the
adjustment value will change quickly and make it difficult to locate the most
suitable adjustment point.
If the horizontal flickering, blur or bars appear, proceed to “Phase” adjustment
as follows.
NOTE
• Horizontal bars may not completely disappear from the screen depending on
the PC.
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(3) The screen position is not incorrect.
ĺ
Use the <Position> adjustment.
The correct displayed position of the monitor is decided because the number
and the position of the pixels are fixed. The <Position> adjustment moves the
image to the correct position.
Select <Position> and adjust the position of the upper left corner of the image
by using the up, down, right and left buttons in order to align the screen.
If vertical bars of distortion appear after finishing the <Position> adjustment,
return to <Clock> adjustment and repeat the previously explained adjustment
procedure (“Clock” ĺ “Phase” ĺ “Position”)
(4) Screen image is smaller or larger than the actual screen images.
ĺ
Use the <Resolution> adjustment.
Adjustment is needed when the input signal resolution and the resolution now
being displayed are different.
Select <Resolution> and confirm if the resolution now being displayed is the
same as the input resolution. If it is not, adjust the vertical resolution using the
up and down button and adjust the horizontal resolution using the right and
left buttons.
Smaller than the actual screen images.
Adjusted to actual screen
Larger than the actual screen images.
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4.
Adjust the output signal range (Dynamic Range) of the signal.
ĺ
Use the <Range Adjustment> (p.45) of <Screen> menu.
This controls the level of output signal range to display the whole color gradation
(256 colors).
[Procedure]
Press the Auto Adjustment Button on the control panel while displaying the
<Range Adjustment> menu to automatically adjust the range. The screen blanks
for a moment and adjusts the color range to display the whole color gradation of
the current output signal.
Digital Input
The monitor displays the digital input image correctly based on its pre-setting data.
However, if the image position is not correct or larger than the actual image screen,
please adjust the following adjustment items using the “Screen” menu of the
ScreenManager.
1.
The screen position is incorrect.
ĺ
Use the <Position> adjustment.
See page 26.
2.
Screen image is smaller or larger than the actual screen images.
ĺ
Use the <Resolution> adjustment.
See page 26.
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4-2. Displaying Low Resolutions
The lower resolutions are enlarged to full screen automatically. Using the <Screen Size>
function in the <Others> menu enables to change the screen size.
1.
Enlarge the screen size when displaying a low resolution.
ĺ
Select the <Screen Size>.
Select the <Screen Size> in the others menu and select the screen size by using the
up and down buttons.
Menu
Function
Full
Displays the picture on the screen in full, irrespective of the picture’s
resolution. Since the vertical resolution and the horizontal resolution
are enlarged at different rates, some images may appear distorted.
Enlarged
Displays the picture on the screen in full, irrespective of the picture’s
resolution. Since the vertical resolution and horizontal resolution are
enlarged at same rates, some horizontal or vertical image may
disappear.
Normal
Displays the picture at the actual Screen resolution.
Example: Displaying 1280 x 1024
Full (Default Setting)
(1600×1200)
2.
Enlarged
Normal
(1500×1200)
(1280×1024)
Smooth the blurred texts of the enlarged screen.
ĺ
Switch the <Smoothing> setting.
Select the suitable level from 1 – 5 (Soft – Sharp).
Select <Smoothing> in the <Screen> menu and adjust by using the right and left
buttons.
NOTE
• <Smoothing> is disabled when the screen is displayed in the following
resolutions.
*1600 x 1200
*The image size is doubled both in horizontally and vertically to (i.e. 1600 x
1200 enlarged from 800 x 600) provide clear focus which does not require
this function.
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3.
Set the brightness of the black area surrounding the displayed image.
ĺ
Set the <Border Intensity>.
In the <Enlarge> mode or <Full Screen> mode, the outer area (border) is usually
black.
Select <Border Intensity> in the <Others> menu and adjust by using the right and
left buttons.
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4-3. Color Adjustment
Color settings of each FineContrast mode can be adjusted and saved by using the
<Color> menu of the ScreenManager.
In the analog input, perform the “Range Adjustment” (p.27) before making the
color adjustments.
During color adjustments, the FineContrast mode cannot be changed. Select
the mode in advance by using the FineContrast Mode.
Adjustment Items
The adjustable items and displayed icons on the ScreenManager depend on the selected
FineContrast mode.
“√”: Settable/Adjustable “−”: Fixed at the factory
Icons
Functions
FineContrast Modes
Text
Picture
Movie
sRGB
Custom
External
Brightness
*
√
√
√
√
√
√
Temperature
*
√
√
√
−
√
−
Gamma
*
√
−
−
−
√
−
Saturation
√
√
√
−
√
−
Hue
√
√
√
−
√
−
Gain
−
−
−
−
√
−
6 colors
−
−
−
−
√
−
Reset
√
√
√
−
√
−
*These settings can be also adjusted on the FineContrast menu. (p.20)
NOTE
• Allow the LCD monitor to stabilize for at least 20 minutes before making image
adjustments. (Allow the monitor to warm up for at least 20 minutes before making
adjustments.)
• Performing the <Reset> of the <Color> menu returns the color settings of the
selected mode to the default settings.
• The values shown in percentages represent the current level within the specific
adjustment. They are available only as a reference tool. (To create a uniform white
or black screen, the percentages for each will probably not be the same.)
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Adjustment Contents
Menu
Adjustable range
Function Descriptions
Brightness
To set the brightness of the
screen
0 ∼ 100%
Temperature
(p.45)
To set the color temperature
4,000 ∼ 10,000 K
in 500 K increments (including
9,300 K). Default setting is off
(normal white)
NOTE
• The values shown in the Kelvin are available only as a reference tool.
• Setting the temperature under 4,000 K or over 10,000 K invalidates the
color temperature setting. (The color temperature’s setting turns “OFF”.)
Gamma (p.44)
To set the gamma value
1.4 ∼ 3.0
NOTE
• If setting the gamma value, the using the monitor in the digital signal input
is recommended.
If using the monitor in the analog input signal, set the gamma value from
1.8 to 2.2.
Saturation
To change the saturation
-16 ∼ 16
Setting the minimum level (-16)
turns the image to the
monochrome.
NOTE
• Using <Saturation> adjustment may not obtain proper tone reproduction.
Hue
To change the flesh color, etc.
-20 ∼ 20
NOTE
• Using <Hue> adjustment may not obtain proper tone reproduction.
Gain
To change each color (red, green
and blue)
0 ∼ 100%
By adjusting the red, green and
blue color tones for each mode,
custom colors can be defined.
Display a white or gray background
image and adjust the <Gain>.
NOTE
• The values shown in the percentage are available only as a reference
tool.
• Setting the <Temperature> (p.45) invalidates the <Gain> adjustment.
<Gain> setting returns to the default.
6 colors
Reset
To adjust <Saturation> and
<Hue> in each color (Red, Yellow,
Green, Cyan, Blue and Magenta)
Hue: -20 ∼ 20
To return the color settings of the
selected mode to the default
settings
Select the “Reset”.
Saturation: -16 ∼ 16
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4-4. Power-save Setup
The <PowerManager> menu in the ScreenManager enables to set the power-save setup.
NOTE
• Do your part to conserve energy, turn off the monitor when you are finished using it.
Disconnecting the monitor from the power supply is recommended to save energy
completely.
• Even if the monitor is in a power saving mode, USB compliant devices function
when they are connected to the monitor’s USB (both the upstream and the
downstream ports). Therefore, power consumption of the monitor will change
according to the connected devices even if the monitor is in a power saving mode.
Analog Input
This monitor complies with the <VESA DPMS> (p.45) standard and adopts a power
saving method, <EIZO MPMS> (p.44), which works with a blank screen (totally black
screen) like “Blank Screen” ScreenSaver software.
To use the PC’s Power Saving System (VESA DPMS ).
[Procedure]
(1) Set the PC’s power saving settings.
(2) Select “VESA DPMS” in the <PowerManager> menu.
[Power Saving System]
PC
Operation
Power saving
STAND-BY
SUSPEND
OFF
Monitor
Power Indicator
Operation
Blue
Power saving
Yellow
Operate the mouse or keyboard to return to a normal screen.
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To set the Power Save with ScreenSaver (EIZO MPMS) Software.
[Procedure]
(1) Set the PC’s appropriate ScreenSaver settings or blank the screen (totally black
screen).
(2) Select <EIZO DPMS> in the <PowerManager> menu.
[Power Saving System]
PC
Operation
Blank the screen
(ScreenSaver or Macintosh Energy
Saver)
Monitor
Power Indicator
Operation
Blue
Power saving
Yellow
Operate the mouse or keyboard to return to a normal screen.
NOTE
• EIZO MPMS should be used with Macintosh “EnergySaver”.
Digital Input
This monitor complies with the DVI DMPM (p.44).
[Procedure]
(1) Set the PC’s power saving settings.
(2) Select “DVI DMPM” in the <PowerManager> menu.
[Power Saving System]
PC
*1
Monitor
Power Indicator
On
Operation
Blue
Power saving
Power saving
Yellow
Off mode
Power saving*1
Flashing yellow (2 times for
each)
Power saving through the PC’s off mode is only supported when “Manual” is selected on the
ScreenManager’s <Input Priority>.
[Procedure]
Operate the mouse or keyboard to return to a normal screen.
Power on the PC to return a normal screen from the Off mode of the PC.
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5. ATTACHING AN ARM
The LCD monitor can be used with an arm by removing the tilt stand and attaching the
arm or stand to the LCD monitor.
NOTE
• If you will use the arm or stand of other manufacturers, confirm the followings to the
manufacturers before selecting.
- Hole spacing on the arm mounting: 100 mm x 100 mm (VESA compliant)
- Supportable Weight: Total weight of the monitor (without stand) and attaching
equipment such as a cable
- TÜV/GS approved arm or stand
• Please connect cables after attaching an arm stand.
Setup Procedure
1.
Hold the center of the stand mounting cover and slide them
rightward or leftward to remove the mounting cover.
Stand mounting cover
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2.
Lay the LCD monitor down. Do not scratch the panel.
3.
Remove the tilt stand by loosening the screws.
(4 pcs of M4 x 15 BZn/Fe)
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4.
Attach an arm stand to the LCD monitor securely.
Arm-stand
M4 Mounting Screws: M4 x 15 (mm) BZn/Fe
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6. TROUBLESHOOTING
If a problem persists even after applying the suggested remedies, contact an EIZO dealer.
• No picture problems ĺ See No.1 ~ No.2
• Imaging problems ĺ See No.3 ~ No.14
• Other problems ĺ See No.15 ~ No.19
• USB problems ĺ See No.20
Problems
1. No picture
• Indicator status: Off
• Indicator status: Blue
• Indicator status: Yellow
• Indicator status: Slowly flashing
Yellow
• Indicator status: Flashing Yellow
(twice for each)
2. Error messages shown below will
remain on the screen for 40
seconds.
• Whenever an error signal message
appears, the signal frequency will be
displayed in red.
(Example)
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Points to check with Possible Solutions
†
Check that the power cord is correctly connected.
If the problem persists, turn off the monitor power
for a few minutes, then turn it back on and try
again.
†
Check the “Brightness” setting.
†
Switch the signal input by pressing the Input Signal
Selection Button on the front control panel.
†
Try pressing a key on the keyboard, or clicking the
mouse.
(p.32)
†
Try pressing the Power Button.
†
Try turning the PC on.
These message appear when the signal is not inputted
correctly, even if the monitor functions properly.
†
When the image is displayed correctly after a short
time, there is no problem with the monitor. (Some
PCs do not output the signal soon after powering
on.)
†
Check that the PC is turned ON.
†
Check that the signal cable is properly connected to
the PC or graphics board.
†
Switch the signal input by pressing the Input Signal
Selection Button on the front control panel.
†
Use the graphics board’s utility software to change
the frequency setting. (Refer to the manual of the
graphics board.)
English
Problems
Points to check with Possible Solutions
3. Display position is incorrect.
†
Adjust the image position using the <Position>
(p.26) If the problem persists, use the graphics
board’s utility software to change the display
position if available.
4. Screen image is smaller or larger
than the actual screen images.
†
Adjust the resolution using the <Resolution>.
(p.26)
5. Vertical bars of distortion appear.
†
Decrease the vertical bars using the <Clock>. (p.25)
6. The characters and images have
several vertical bars on their right
side.
†
If using the monitor in the analog input signal, try
setting the gamma value from 1.8 to 2.2. (p.31)
7. Horizontal bars of distortion appear.
†
Decrease the horizontal bars using the <Phase>.
(p.25)
8. Letters and lines appear blurred.
†
Adjust the blurred lines using <Smoothing> (p.28)
9. Distortion appears like the figure
below.
†
This happens when both composite (X-OR) input
signal and separate vertical synchronizing signal are
input. Please select one of the two.
10. The screen is too bright or too dark.
†
Adjust the <Brightness> (The backlight of the LCD
monitor has a fixed life span. When the screen
becomes dark or begins to flicker, please contact
your dealer.)
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Problems
Points to check with Possible Solutions
11. Afterimages appear.
†
When the screen image is changed after displaying
the same image for a long period, an afterimage
may appear. The “Afterimage” can be removed
gradually by changing the displayed image. Use the
“Off Timer” function and avoid keeping the screen
on all the time. (p.22)
12. The screen has defective pixels (e.g.
slightly light or dark).
†
This is due to the characteristics of the panel itself
and not the LCD product.
13. Fingerprints remain on the screen.
†
Leaving the screen white may solve the problem.
14. The noise appears on the screen.
†
Change the mode in <Signal Filter> in the <Screen>
menu.
15. The <Smoothing> cannot be
selected.
†
<Smoothing> is disabled when the screen is
displayed in the 1600 x1200.
†
The image size is doubled both in horizontally and
vertically to (i.e. 1600 x 1200 enlarged from 800 x
600) provide clear focus which does not require
this function.
16. The Main menu of ScreenManager
does not operate.
†
The adjustment lock is probably on. To unlock:
turn the LCD monitor off. Then, while pressing
the Auto Adjustment Button, turn the power on.
(p.22)
†
Check that the FineContrast mode is not activated.
(p. 18)
17. The FineContrast mode does not
operate.
†
Check that the Main menu of ScreenManager is
not activated. (p.20)
18. The Auto Adjustment Button does
not operate.
†
The adjustment lock is probably on. To unlock:
turn the LCD monitor off. Then, while pressing
the Auto Adjustment Button, turn the power on.
(p.22)
19. Frequency does not change after
installing “Monitor information file”
in the attached utility disk on
Windows 98/2000/Me/XP.
†
Use the graphics board’s utility software to change
the input signal frequency.
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Problems
20. USB function cannot be setup.
Points to check with Possible Solutions
†
Check that the USB cable is correctly connected.
†
Check that the PC and OS are USB compliant. (For
verification of USB support, consult the
manufacturer of each system.)
†
Check the PC’s BIOS setting for USB. (For details,
refer to the manual of the PC.)
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7. CLEANING
Periodic cleaning is recommended to keep the monitor looking new and to prolong its
operation lifetime.
NOTE
• Never use thinner, benzene, alcohol (ethanol, methanol, or isopropyl alcohol),
abrasive cleaners, or other strong solvents, as these may cause damage to the
cabinet or LCD panel.
Cabinet
To remove stains, wipe the cabinet with a soft, lightly moistened cloth using a mild
detergent. Do not spray wax or cleaner directly into the cabinet. (For details, refer to
the manual of the PC.)
LCD Panel
• The LCD surface can be cleaned with a soft cloth, such as cotton or lens paper.
• If necessary, stubborn stains can be removed by moistening part of a cloth with water
to enhance its cleaning power.
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8. SPECIFICATIONS
LCD Panel
54 cm (21.3 inch), TFT color LCD panel with Anti-Glare Hard
Coating, Viewing Angle: Horizontal: 170°, Vertical: 170°
Response Time: approx. 50 ms
Dot Pitch
0.270 mm
Horizontal Scan Frequency
Analog: 24 ∼ 94 kHz (Automatic)
Digital: 31 ~ 76 kHz
Vertical Scan Frequency
Analog: 49 ∼ 86 Hz (Automatic) (1600 x 1200: 49 ∼ 76 Hz)
Digital: 59 ~ 61 Hz, (VGA TEXT: 69 ~ 71 Hz)
Resolution
1600 dots x 1200 lines
Dot Clock (Max.)
Analog: 202.5 MHz
Digital: 162 MHz
Display Colors
16 million colors (max)
Display Area
432 mm (H) x 324 mm (V) (17. 0” (H) x 12.8” (V))
Power Supply
100-120/200-240 VAC±10%, 50/60 Hz, 0.7 /0.4 A
Power Consumption
Min.: 60 W
Max.: 65 W (With speaker)
Power Saving Mode: Less than 3
Input Connector
DVI-I, D-Sub mini 15 pin
Analog Input Signal (Sync)
a) Separate, TTL, Positive/Negative
b) Composite, TTL, Positive/Negative
Analog Input Signal (Video)
0.7Vp-p/75Ω Positive
Input Signal (Digital)
TMDS (Single Link)
Signal registration
45 (Factory preset: 27)
Plug & Play
VESA DDC 2B
Dimensions
472 mm (W) x 459∼ 541 mm (H) x 208.5 mm (D)
(18.6”(W) x 18.1” ∼ 21.3” (H) x 8.2”(D))
Dimensions (without stand)
472mm (W) x 373mm (H) x 69mm (D)
(18.6”(W) x 14.7”(H) x 2.7”(D))
Weight
10.2kg (22. 5 lbs.)
Weight (without stand)
7.0kg (15.4 lbs.)
Temperature
Operating: 0°C ∼ 35°C (32°F ∼ 95°F)
Storage: -20°C ∼ 60°C (-4°F ∼ 140°F)
Humidity 30% to 80% R.H. Non-condensing
USB standard
Rev. 1.1 complied self-powered hub
USB port
Upstream port x 1
Certifications and Standards
100-120 VAC
200-240 VAC
Image Formation Time *3
*1
*2
NRTL/C-TÜV, FCC-B, TCO’03 , TCO’99 , EPA ENERGY
STAR Program, TÜV/Rheinland Ergonomics Approved
CE, CB, TÜV Rheinland/GS, TCO’03*1, TCO’99*2, EPA
ENERGY STAR Program, TÜV/Rheinland Ergonomics
Approved
Max 97 ms
*1
Applicable to gray color version only.
Applicable to black color version only
*3
Test result according to the ISO13406-2 standard from a certified testing laboratory.
*2
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Default settings
Analog input
Digital input
Brightness
100%
100%
Smoothing
3
FineContrast Mode
Custom
PowerManager
VESA DPMS
Screen Size
Full
Input Priority
1
Off Timer
Disable
Menu Settings
Menu Size: Normal, Menu Off Timer: 45 seconds
Beep
On
Language
English
DVI DMPM
Beeper settings
Short beep
ScreenManager item selected.
ScreenManager parameter adjusted to minimum or maximum
limit.
Input Signal Selection Button pressed.
Long beep
Auto Adjustment Button pressed.
ScreenManager data-save executed.
4 short beeps
Monitor not connected correctly.
PC turned off.
Monitor received unsupported signal frequency.
2 short beeps every
15 sec.
Monitor is in the advance notice mode of the Off Timer. The power
will be off within fifteen minutes.
mm (inches)
Dimensions
311.5(12.3)
326(12.8)
373(14.7)
Adjustable Height
69(2.7)
43(1.69)
86(3.4)
3.0(0.12)
272.5(10.7)
459(18.1)
TILT 40
3.0(0.12)
3.0(0.12)
472(18.6)
434(17.1)
82(3.2)
3.0(0.12)
325.5(12.8)
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34(1.34)
208.5(8.2)
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Pin Assignment
DVI-I Connector
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
C1
C2
C3 C4
C5
Pin No.
Signal
Pin No.
Signal
Pin No.
TMDS Data1/3 Shield
1
TMDS Data211
21
2
TMDS Data2+
12
NC
22
3
TMDS Data2/4 Shield
13
NC
23
4
5
NC*
NC
14
15
6
7
8
DDC Clock (SCL)
DDC Data (SDA)
Analog Vertical Sync
9
10
Signal
NC
TMDS Clock shield
TMDS Clock+
24
C1
TMDS ClockAnalog Red
16
17
18
+5V Power
Ground (return for +5V,
Hsync and Vsync)
Hot Plug Detect
TMDS Data0TMDS Data0+
C2
C3
C4
Analog Green
Analog Blue
Analog Horizontal Sync
TMDS Data1-
19
TMDS Data0/5 Shield
C5
Analog Ground
(analog R, G, & B return)
TMDS Data1+
20
NC
(*NC: No Connection)
D-Sub mini 15 pin connector
3
4
5
10
15
9
1
2
8
7
6
14 13 12 11
Pin No.
Signal
Pin
No.
Signal
Pin No.
Signal
1
Red video
6
Red ground
11
Ground Shorted
2
Green video
7
Green ground
12
Data (SDA)
3
Blue video
8
Blue ground
13
H. Sync
4
Ground
9
No pin
14
V. Sync
5
No pin
10
Ground Shorted
15
Clock (SCL)
USB Port
Upstream
No.
1
Series B
Signal
VCC
Signal
Cable power
2
- Data
Serial data
3
4
+ Data
Serial data
Ground
Cable Ground
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9. GLOSSARY
Afterimage
The Afterimage is particular to LCD monitors when the monitor screen is left on for a
long period without use. The “Afterimage” can be removed gradually by changing
the displayed image.
Clock
With the analog input signal display, the analog signal is converted to a digital signal
by the LCD circuitry. To convert the signal correctly, the LCD monitor needs to
produce the same number clock pulse as the dot clock of the graphics system. When
the clock pulse is not correctly set, some vertical bars of distortion are displayed on
the screen.
DVI
(Digital Visual Interface)
A digital flat panel interface. DVI can transmit digital data from the PC directly
without loss with the signal transition method “TMDS”.
There are two kinds of DVI connectors. One is DVI-D connector for digital signal
input only. The other is DVI-I connector for both digital and analog signal inputs.
DVI DMPM
(DVI Digital Monitor Power Management)
The Power management system for the digital interface. The “Monitor ON” status
(operation mode) and the “Active Off” status (power-saving mode) are indispensable
for the DVI-DMPM as the monitor’s power mode.
EIZO MPMS
(EIZO Monitor PowerManager Signaling)
EIZO MPMS, “EIZO Monitor PowerManager Signaling” also enables power saving
on the monitor side. EIZO MPMS recognizes video signals from the PC when the PC
is in a power saving mode and reduces energy consumption of the monitor.
Gain Adjustment
Adjusts each color parameter for red, green and blue. The color of the LCD monitor
is displayed through the color filter of the LCD panel. Red, green and blue are the
three primary colors. The colors on the monitor are displayed by combining these
three colors. The color tone can change by adjusting the illumination amount passed
through each color’s filter.
Gamma
Generally, the relationship that the light intensity values of a monitor change
nonlinearly to the input signal level is called “Gamma Characteristic”. On the
monitor, low gamma values display the whitish images and high gamma values
display the high contrast images.
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Phase
The phase adjustment decides the sampling timing point for converting the analog
input signal to a digital signal. Adjusting the phase after the clock adjustment will
produce a clear screen.
Range Adjustment
The Range Adjustment controls the level of output signal range to display the whole
color gradation.
Resolution
The LCD panel consists of a fixed number of pixel elements which are illuminated to
form the screen image. The EIZO L985EX display panel consists of 1600 horizontal
pixels and 1200 vertical pixels. At a resolution of 1600 x 1200, all pixels are
displayed as a full screen.
sRGB (Standard RGB)
“International Standard for Red, Green and Blue color space”
A color space was defined with the aim of the color matching between applications
and hardware devices, such as monitors, scanners, printers and digital cameras. As a
standard default space, sRGB allows Internet users to closely match colors.
Temperature
Color temperature is a method to measure the white color tone, generally indicated in
degrees Kelvin. At high temperatures the white tone appears somewhat blue, while at
lower temperatures it appears somewhat red. Computer monitors generally give best
performance at high temperature settings.
5,000K: Often used in printing industry.
6,500K: Good for video-image display.
9,300K: Default setting for your EIZO monitor.
TMDS
(Transition Minimized Differential Signaling)
A signal transition method for the digital interface
VESA DPMS
(Video Electronics Standards Association – Display Power Management Signaling)
The acronym VESA stands for “Video Electronics Standards Association” and DPMS
stands for “Display Power Management Signaling.” DPMS is a communication
standard that PCs and graphics boards use to implement power savings on the
monitor side.
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Preset Timing Chart for Analog input
Timing-Übersichten für Analog Eingang
Synchronisation des Signaux pour Analog numerique
Based on the signal diagram shown below 27 factory presets have been registered in the
monitor's microprocessor.
Der integrierte Mikroprozessor des Monitors unterstützt 27 werkseitige
Standardeinstellungen (siehe hierzu die nachfolgenden Diagramme).
27 signaux ont été enregistrés en usine dans le microprocesseur du moniteur,
conformément au diagramme de synchronisation ci-dessous.
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Mode
VGA
640 × 480 @ 60 Hz
VGA
720 × 400 @ 70 Hz
Macintosh
640 × 480 @ 67 Hz
Macintosh
832 × 624 @ 75 Hz
Macintosh
1152 × 870 @ 75 Hz
Macintosh
1280 × 960 @ 75 Hz
VESA
640 × 480 @ 72 Hz
VESA
640 × 480 @ 75 Hz
VESA
640 × 480 @ 85 Hz
VESA
800 × 600 @ 56 Hz
VESA
800 × 600 @ 60 Hz
VESA
800 × 600 @ 72 Hz
VESA
800 × 600 @ 75 Hz
VESA
800 × 600 @ 85 Hz
VESA
1024 × 768 @ 60 Hz
VESA
1024 × 768 @ 70 Hz
VESA
1024 × 768 @ 75 Hz
VESA
1024 × 768 @ 85 Hz
VESA
1152 x 864 @ 75 Hz
VESA
1280 x 960 @ 60 Hz
VESA
1280 × 1024 @ 60 Hz
VESA
1280 × 1024 @ 75 Hz
VESA
1280 × 1024 @ 85 Hz
VESA
1600 × 1200 @ 60 Hz
VESA
1600 × 1200 @ 65 Hz
VESA
1600 × 1200 @ 70 Hz
VESA
1600 × 1200 @ 75 Hz
Dot Clock
MHz
25.175
H
V
Nega.
Nega.
Frequencies
H kHz
V Hz
31.469
59.940
28.322
Nega.
Posi.
31.468
70.087
30.24
Nega.
Nega.
35.00
66.67
57.28
Posi.
Posi.
49.73
74.55
100.0
Nega.
Nega.
68.68
75.06
126.2
Posi.
Posi.
74.76
74.76
31.5
Nega.
Nega.
37.86
72.81
31.5
Nega.
Nega.
37.50
75.00
36.0
Nega.
Nega.
43.27
85.01
36.0
Posi.
Posi.
35.16
56.25
40.0
Posi.
Posi.
37.88
60.32
50.0
Posi.
Posi.
48.08
72.19
49.5
Posi.
Posi.
46.88
75.00
56.25
Posi.
Posi.
53.674
85.061
65.0
Nega.
Nega.
48.36
60.00
75.0
Nega.
Nega.
56.48
70.07
78.75
Posi.
Posi.
60.02
75.03
94.5
Posi.
Posi.
68.68
85.0
108.0
Posi.
Posi.
67.50
75.00
108.0
Posi.
Posi.
60.00
60.00
108.0
Posi.
Posi.
63.98
60.02
135.0
Posi.
Posi.
79.98
75.03
157.5
Posi.
Posi.
91.14
85.02
162.0
Posi.
Posi.
75.00
60.00
175.0
Posi.
Posi.
81.25
65.00
189.0
Posi.
Posi.
87.50
70.00
202.5
Posi.
Posi.
93.75
75.00
Sync Polarity
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[Applicable to gray cabinet version only.]
Congratulations!
The display you have just purchased carries the TCO’03 Displays
label. This means that your display is designed, manufactured
and tested according to some of the strictest quality and
environmental requirements in the world. This makes for a high
performance product, designed with the user in focus that also
minimizes the Impact on our natural environment.
Some of the features of the TCO’03 Display requirements:
Ergonomics
•
Good visual ergonomics and image quality in order to improve the working
environment for the user and to reduce sight and strain problems. Important
parameters are luminance, contrast, resolution, reflectance, colour rendition and
image stability.
Energy
•
Energy-saving mode after a certain time – beneficial both for the user and
environment
•
Electrical safety
•
Emissions
Electromagnetic fields
•
Noise emissions
Ecology
•
The products must be prepared for recycling and the manufacturer must have a
certified environmental management system such as EMAS or ISO 14000
•
Restrictions on
o chlorinated and brominated flame retardants and polymers
o heavy metals such as cadmium, mercury and lead.
The requirements includes in this label have been developed by TCO Development in cooperation with scientists, experts, users as well as manufacturers all over the world. Since the end
of the 1980s TCO has been involved in influencing the development of IT equipment in a more
user-friendly direction. Our labeling system with displays in 1992 and is now requested by users
and IT-manufacturers all over the world.
For more information, please visit
www.tcodevelopment.com
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Congratulations!
You have just purchased a TCO’99 approved and labelled product!
Your choice has provided you with a product developed for
professional use. Your purchase has also contributed to reducing
the burden on the environment and also to the further development
of environmentally adapted electronics products.
Why do we have environmentally labelled computers?
In many countries, environmental labelling has become an established method for encouraging
the adaptation of goods and services to the environment. The main problem, as far as computers
and other electronics equipment are concerned, is that environmentally harmful substances are
used both in the products and during their manufacture. Since it is not so far possible to
satisfactorily recycle the majority of electronics equipment, most of these potentially damaging
substances sooner or later enter nature.
There are also other characteristics of a computer, such as energy consumption levels, that are
important from the viewpoints of both the work (internal) and natural (external) environments.
Since all methods of electricity generation have a negative effect on the environment (e.g. acidic
and climate-influencing emissions, radioactive waste), it is vital to save energy. Electronics
equipment in offices is often left running continuously and thereby consumes a lot of energy.
What does labelling involve?
This product meets the requirements for the TCO’99 scheme which provides for international
and environmental labelling of personal computers. The labelling scheme was developed as a
joint effort by the TCO (The Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees), Svenska
Naturskyddsforeningen (The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation) and Statens
Energimyndighet (The Swedish National Energy Administration).
Approval requirements cover a wide range of issues: environment, ergonomics, usability, emission
of electric and magnetic fields, energy consumption and electrical and fire safety.
The environmental demands impose restrictions on the presence and use of heavy metals,
brominated and chlorinated flame retardants, CFCs (freons) and chlorinated solvents, among
other things. The product must be prepared for recycling and the manufacturer is obliged to have
an environmental policy which must be adhered to in each country where the company
implements its operational policy.
The energy requirements include a demand that the computer and/or display, after a certain
period of inactivity, shall reduce its power consumption to a lower level in one or more stages.
The length of time to reactivate the computer shall be reasonable for the user.
Labelled products must meet strict environmental demands, for example, in respect of the
reduction of electric and magnetic fields, physical and visual ergonomics and good usability.
You will find a brief summary of the environmental requirements met by this product on the
right. The complete environmental criteria document may be ordered from:
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Email (Internet): development@tco.se
Current information regarding TCO’99 approved and labelled products may also be obtained
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Environmental Requirements
Flame retardants
Flame retardants are present in printed circuit boards, cables, wires, casings and housings.
Their purpose is to prevent, or at least to delay the spread of fire. Up to 30% of the plastic in
a computer casing can consist of flame retardant substances. Most flame retardants contain
bromine or chloride, and those flame retardants are chemically related to another group of
environmental toxins, PCBs. Both the flame retardants containing bromine or chloride and the
PCBs are suspected of giving rise to severe health effects, including reproductive damage in
fish-eating birds and mammals, due to the bio-accumulative* processes. Flame retardants have
been found in human blood and researchers fear that disturbances in foetus development may
occur.
The relevant TCO’99 demand requires that plastic components weighing more than 25 grams
must not contain flame retardants with organically bound bromine or chlorine. Flame
retardants are allowed in the printed circuit boards since no substitutes are available.
Cadmium**
Cadmium is present in rechargeable batteries and in the colour-generating layers of certain
computer displays. Cadmium damages the nervous system and is toxic in high doses.
The relevant TCO’99 requirement states that batteries, the colour-generating layers of display
screens and the electrical or electronics components must not contain any cadmium.
Mercury**
Mercury is sometimes found in batteries, relays and switches. It damages the nervous system
and is toxic in high doses.
The relevant TCO’99 requirement states that batteries may not contain any mercury. It also
demands that mercury is not present in any of the electrical or electronics components
associated with the labelled unit.
CFCs (freons)
The relevant TCO’99 requirement states that neither CFCs nor HCFCs may be used during
the manufacture and assembly of the product. CFCs (freons) are sometimes used for washing
printed circuit boards. CFCs break down ozone and thereby damage the ozone layer in the
stratosphere, causing increased reception on earth of ultraviolet light with e.g. increased risks
of skin cancer (malignant melanoma) as a consequence.
Lead**
Lead can be found in picture tubes, display screens, solders and capacitors. Lead damages the
nervous system and in higher doses, causes lead poisoning.
The relevant TCO’99 requirement permits the inclusion of lead since no replacement has yet
been developed.
* Bio-accumulative is defined as substances which accumulate within living organisms.
** Lead, Cadmium and Mercury are haevy metals which are Bio-accumulative.
For U.S.A, Canada, etc. (rated 100-120 Vac) Only
FCC Declaration of Conformity
We, the Responsible Party
EIZO NANAO TECHNOLOGIES INC.
5710 Warland Drive, Cypress, CA 90630
Phone: (562) 431-5011
declare that the product
Trade name: EIZO
Model: FlexScan L985EX
is in conformity with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation of this product is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures.
* Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
* Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
* Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected.
* Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Note
Use the attached specified cable below or EIZO signal cable with this monitor so as to keep
interference within the limits of a Class B digital device.
- AC Cord
- Shielded Signal Cable (enclosed)
Canadian Notice
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de le classe B est comforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Recycle Auskunft
Die Rücknahme dieses Produktes nach Nutzungsende übernimmt EIZO in Deutschland
zusammen mit dem Partner von Roll MBB Recycling GmbH. Dort werden die Geräte in ihre
Bestandteile zerlegt, die dann der Wiederverwertung zugeführt werden. Um einen
Abholtermin zu vereinbaren und die aktuellen Kosten zu erfahren, benutzen Sie bitte folgende
Rufnummer: 02153-73 35 00. Weitere Informationen finden Sie auch unter der InternetAdresse: www.eizo.de.
Recycling Information for customers in Switzerland:
All recycling information is placed in the SWICO’s website.
http://www.swico.ch
Recycling-Information für Kunden in der Schweiz:
Alle Informationen zum Thema Recycling finden Sie auf der Homepage des Brancheverbandes
SWICO.
http://www.swico.ch
Renseignements de recyclage pour les clients en Suisse:
Vous trouvez tous les renseignements pour le sujet de recyclage sur la page WEB de I’UNION
DE BRAN CHE SWICO.
http://www.eizo.com/cotact/index.html
Recycling Information for customers in USA:
All recycling information is placed in the EIZO Nanao Technologies, Inc’s website.
http://www.eizo.com/contact/index.html
Återvinnings information för kunder i Sverige:
All information om återvinning finns på Eizo Nordics hemsida:
www.eizo.se