User`s manual | Eizo SX2262W Car Video System User Manual

Important
Please read PRECAUTIONS, this User’s Manual and Setup Guide
(separate volume) carefully to familiarize yourself with safe and effective usage.
• Please read the Setup Guide (separate volume)
• The latest User’s Manual is available for download from our site:
http://www.eizo.com
[Location of the Caution Statements]
Ex. SX2462W
This product has acquired TCO standard that relates to safety, ergonomics, environment and so forth of
office equipment. For overview of the TCO, refer to our website.
http://www.eizo.com
Product specification may vary with sales areas.
Confirm the specification in the manual written in language of the region of purchase.
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note that EIZO monitor specifications are subject to change without notice.
Apple and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
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Windows and Windows Vista are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
The round gothic bold bit map font used for this product is designed by Ricoh.
DisplayPort icon and VESA are trademarks and registered trademarks of Video Electronics Standards Association.
PowerManager and UniColor Pro are trademarks of EIZO NANAO CORPORATION.
EIZO, EIZO Logo, FlexScan, i•Sound and ScreenManager are registered trademarks of EIZO NANAO CORPORATION
in Japan and other countries.
Notice for this monitor
Aside from creating documents, viewing multimedia content, and other general purposes, this product is also suited to
applications such as graphics creation and digital photo processing, where accurate color reproduction is a priority.
This product has been adjusted specifically for use in the region to which it was originally shipped. If the product is
used outside the region, it may not operate as specified in the specifications.
This product may not be covered by warranty for uses other than those described in this manual.
The specifications noted in this manual are only applicable for power cords and signal cables specified by us.
Use optional products manufactured or specified by us with this product.
As it takes about 30 minutes for the performance of electrical parts to stabilize, adjust the monitor 30 minutes or more
after the monitor power has been turned on.
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.
When the screen image is changed after displaying the same image for extended periods of time, an afterimage may
appear. Use the screen saver or power save function to avoid displaying the same image for extended periods of time.
Periodic cleaning is recommended to keep the monitor looking new and to prolong its operation lifetime. (Refer to
“Cleaning” on the next page.)
The LCD panel is manufactured using high-precision technology. However, missing pixels or lit pixels may appear on
the LCD panel, this is not malfunction.Percentage of effective pixels : 99.9994% or higher.
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 the display malfunction, such as the
interference patterns, etc. If pressure is continually applied to the LCD panel, it may deteriorate or damage your LCD
panel. (If the pressure marks remain on the LCD panel, leave the monitor with a white or black screen. The symptom
may disappear.)
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.
When the monitor is cold and brought into a room or the room temperature goes up quickly, dew condensation
may occur inside and outside the monitor. In that case, do not turn the monitor on and wait until dew condensation
disappears, otherwise it may cause some damages to the monitor.
Cleaning
Attention
• Never use any solvents or chemicals, such as thinner, benzene, wax, alcohol, and abrasive cleaner, which may
damage the cabinet or LCD panel.
NOTE
• Optional ScreenCleaner is recommended for cleaning the panel surface.
● LCD Panel
• Clean the LCD panel with a soft cloth such as cotton cloth or lens cleaning paper.
• Remove persistent stains gently with a cloth dampened with a little water, and then clean the LCD
panel again with a dry cloth for better finishing.
● Cabinet
• Clean the cabinet with a soft cloth dampened with a little mild detergent.
To use the monitor comfortably
• An excessively dark or bright screen may affect your eyes. Adjust the brightness of the monitor
according to the environmental conditions.
• Staring at the monitor for a long time tires your eyes. Take a 10-minute rest every hour.
CONTENTS
. ............................................................ 1
3-3. Setting the EIZO Logo Display [Logo]......... 26
Notice for this monitor.............................................. 3
3-4. Setting Orientation [Orientation]................. 26
Cover
CONTENTS.............................................................. 5
Chapter 1 Introduction........................................ 6
1-1. Features............................................................. 6
1-2. Controls and Functions................................... 7
1-3. Utility Disk......................................................... 8
●Disk contents and software overview................. 8
●To use ScreenManager Pro for LCD/
EIZO ScreenSlicer.............................................. 8
1-4. Basic Operation and Functions...................... 9
Basic operation of Adjustment menu.................. 9
Showing Button Guide.........................................10
Functions...............................................................11
Chapter 2 Adjusting Screen.............................. 12
2-1. Setting Screen Resolution................................12
Compatible Resolutions/Frequencies................12
Setting Resolution................................................13
Windows 7..........................................................13
●
●Windows Vista...................................................13
●Windows XP.......................................................13
●Mac OS X...........................................................13
●To set the orientation of the Adjustment menu.. 26
3-5. Setting Language [Language]...................... 27
3-6. Setting the Display Position of the
Adjustment Menu [Menu Position]............... 27
3-7. Enable/Disable DDC/CI communication...... 27
3-8. Enable/Disable Auto Sharpness
[Auto Sharpness]........................................... 28
3-9. Restoring the Default Setting....................... 28
●To reset color adjustment values [Color Reset].. 28
●To reset all adjustments to the factory default
settings [All Reset]............................................ 28
Chapter 4 Power Saving Function.................... 29
4-1. Setting the Power Saving [Power Save]...... 29
4-2. Setting Power Indicator [Power Indicator].... 29
4-3. Setting Monitor’s Automatic Brightness
Adjustment [Auto EcoView].......................... 30
4-4. Setting the automatic power off function
[Eco Timer]...................................................... 30
Chapter 5 Troubleshooting............................... 31
Chapter 6 Reference.......................................... 34
2-2. Displaying Screen Correctly..........................14
6-1. Attaching an Arm........................................... 34
Digital Input...........................................................14
Analog Input..........................................................14
6-2. Connecting More than Two PCs to the
Monitor............................................................ 35
2-3. Color Adjustment............................................18
●To select the display mode (FineContrast)........18
●To perform advanced adjustments....................18
●Adjustment items in each mode.........................19
●To adjust the brightness [Brightness]................ 20
●To adjust the contrast [Contrast]....................... 20
●To adjust the color temperature [Temperature]...20
●To adjust the gamma value [Gamma]................21
●To adjust the hue [Hue]......................................21
●To adjust the color saturation [Saturation].........21
●Enable/Disable Contrast Enhancer
[Contrast Enhancer].......................................... 22
●To enhance the outline of the image
[Outline Enhancer]............................................ 22
●To adjust the gain value [Gain].......................... 22
●To adjust six colors [6 Colors]........................... 23
2-4. Displaying Lower Resolutions...................... 24
●To change screen size [Screen Size].................24
Chapter 3 Setting Monitor................................. 25
●To switch the input signal.................................. 35
●To set input signal selection [Input Selection]... 36
6-3. Making Use of USB (Universal Serial Bus)...37
●Required System Environment..........................37
●Connection Procedure (Setup of USB Function)... 37
6-4. Displaying Monitor Information................... 38
●Displaying monitor information by pressing .. 38
●Displaying signal information [Signal Info]........ 38
●Displaying monitor information [Monitor Info]..... 38
6-5. Specifications................................................. 39
6-6. Glossary.......................................................... 45
6-7. Preset Timing...................................................47
TCO’03
. .......................................................... 48
FCC Declaration of Conformity.......................... 49
Hinweise zur Auswahl des richtigen Schwenkarms für
Ihren Monitor................................................................ 50
Hinweis zur Ergonomie................................................ 50
3-1. Enabling/Disabling Mode Selection
[Mode Preset].................................................. 25
3-2. Locking Buttons [Key Lock]......................... 25
CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Introduction
Thank you very much for choosing an EIZO Color Monitor.
1-1. Features
•
•
•
•
•
22” wide format LCD (SX2262W) / 24” wide format LCD (SX2462W)
Resolution 1920 dots x 1200 lines
Applicable to DisplayPort (applicable to 8 bit or 10 bit, not applicable to audio signals)
3 signal input terminals (DVI-I x 2, DisplayPort x 1)
FineContrast function for selecting an optimal display mode
“2-3. To select the display mode (FineContrast)” (page 18)
• The software “ScreenManager Pro for LCD” to adjust the screen using the mouse and keyboard is
included
“1-3. Utility Disk” (page 8)
• Color Vision Deficiency Simulation Software “UniColor Pro” supported
(This software can be downloaded from http://www.eizo.com)
• Power saving function
Suppressing the power consumption* reduces the carbon dioxide emissions. This product is equipped with power
saving function.
- Power Consumption when main power switch is Off: 0W
Equipped with main power switch.
Turning off the main power switch completely shuts off power supply to the monitor while the monitor is not
used.
- Auto EcoView function
The sensor on the front side of the monitor detects the environmental brightness to adjust the screen brightness
automatically and comfortably.
Excessively high brightness may lead a damage to the natural environment as well as to your eyes. Suppressing
the excessively high brightness will be helpful to reduce the power consumption and the damage to your eyes.
“4-3. Setting Monitor’s Automatic Brightness Adjustment [Auto EcoView]” (page 30)
- EcoView Index function
This indicator shows the power saving ratio, power reduction and CO2 reduction as a result of the brightness
of the monitor. You can realize the power consumption reduction by taking consideration in the ratio of power
saving.
“6-4. Displaying Monitor Information” (page 38)
• HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Interface)
• Portrait/Landscape display available (rotate 90 degrees clockwise)
* Reference values:
- SX2262W
Maximum power consumption: 80W (Luminance Max., at default settings)
Standard power consumption: 45W (100VAC, Luminance 120cd/m 2, at default settings)
Standard power consumption: 45W (200VAC, Luminance 120cd/m 2, at default settings)
- SX2462W
Maximum power consumption: 85W (Luminance Max., at default settings)
Standard power consumption: 48W (100VAC, Luminance 120cd/m 2, at default settings)
Standard power consumption: 47W (200VAC, Luminance 120cd/m 2, at default settings)
NOTE
• This monitor supports the Portrait/Landscape display. This function allows you to change the orientation of the
Adjustment menu when using the monitor screen in vertical display position. (Refer to “To set the orientation of
the Adjustment menu [Orientation]” on page 26.)
• For using the monitor with “Portrait” position, the graphics board supporting portrait display is required. When
placing the monitor in a "Portrait" position, settings of your graphics board need to be changed. Refer to the
manual of the graphics board for details.
Chapter 1 Introduction
1-2. Controls and Functions
Ex. SX2462W
16
17
18
19
20
Adjustment menu
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
Sensor
7
8
9 10
11 12
13 14
15
Detects ambient brightness. Auto EcoView function. (page 30)
2
button
3
button
Switches input signals for display when more than two PCs are connected to the
monitor. (page 35)
Allows you to switch the FineContrast mode. (page 18)
4
button
Information regarding monitor power saving (page 38)
5
6
7
8
9
button
button
button
button
Adjusts the brightness.(page 20)
Cancels the adjustment/setting or exit the adjustment menu.(page 9)
Chooses an adjustment item or increases/decreases adjusted values for advanced
adjustments using the Adjustment menu.
Displays the Adjustment menu, determines an item on the menu screen, and saves
values adjusted.(page 9)
Turns the power on or off.
10
button
Power indicator
11
Main Power switch
Blue: Operating Orange: Power saving Off: Power off
Turns the main power on or off.
12
Power connector
Connects the power cord.
Indicates monitor’s operation status.
13
Input signal connectors
DisplayPort Connector x 1
14
Input signal connectors
DVI-I Connector x 2 (Left : SIGNAL1 / Right : SIGNAL2)
15
USB port (Up)
16
USB port (Down)
Connects the USB cable to use the software that needs USB connection, or to use
USB Hub function.(page 37)
Connects a peripheral USB device.
17
Stand
Used to adjust the height and angle of the monitor screen.
18
Security lock slot
Complies with Kensington’s MicroSaver security system.
19
Cable holder
Covers the monitor cables.
20
Option speaker
(i·Sound L3) mounting
holes
Used to attach the option speaker (i·Sound L3).
Chapter 1 Introduction
1-3. Utility Disk
An “EIZO LCD Utility Disk” (CD-ROM) is supplied with the monitor. The following table shows the
disk contents and the overview of the software programs.
● Disk contents and software overview
The disk includes application software programs for adjustment, and User’s Manual. Refer to “Readme.
txt” file on the disk for software startup procedures or file access procedures.
Item
Overview
OS
A “Readme.txt” file
Screen adjustment pattern
files
Used when adjusting the image of the analog
signal input manually.
ScreenManager Pro for LCD
A software for adjusting the screen using the
mouse and keyboard.Connect the monitor to
the PC with the supplied USB cable before
installation.
* WindowMovie Checker
Software
WindowMovie is a function of ScreenManager
Pro for LCD. For more information, refer to the
User’s Manual of ScreenManager Pro for LCD
on the disk.
EIZO ScreenSlicer
A software that divides a screen and lays out
multiple windows efficiently.
Windows XP/Vista
Windows XP/Vista/7
User’s Manual of this monitor (PDF file)
● To use ScreenManager Pro for LCD/EIZO ScreenSlicer
For the installation and use of ScreenManager Pro for LCD/EIZO SceenSlicer, refer to the respective
User's Manual on the disc.
To adjust the monitor using ScreenManager Pro for LCD, connect a PC to the monitor with the supplied
USB cable. For more information, refer to the “Chapter 6 6-3. Making Use of USB (Universal Serial
Bus)” (page 37).
Chapter 1 Introduction
1-4. Basic Operation and Functions
Basic operation of Adjustment menu
1 Displaying Adjustment Menu
Press
.
The adjustment menu appears.
Menu title
Current mode
Item
Settings
Menu
2 Adjusting/Setting
1. Choose a menu to adjust/set with
, and press
.
2. Choose an item to adjust/set with
, and press
.
3. Adjust/set the selected item with
, and press
.
3 Exiting
Press
a few times.
The adjustment menu finishes.
Chapter 1 Introduction
Showing Button Guide
Press the front buttons (except button), the button guide appears above the button. (When using the
monitor with "Portrait" position, the button guide appears next to the button.)
NOTE
• The button guide will continue to appear while the Adjustment menu or Mode menu is showing.
• The button guide is displayed differently depending on the selected menu or status.
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Functions
The following table shows all the Adjustment menu’s adjustment and setting menus.
Main Menu
Color
Item
Adjusting/Setting
“2-3. Color Adjustment” (page 18)
Brightness
Contrast
Temperature
Gamma
Advanced
Settings
Screen
Hue
Saturation
Contrast Enhancer
Outline Enhancer
Gain
6 Colors
Color Reset
“3-9. Restoring the Default Setting”
(page 28)
Screen Size
“2-4. Displaying Lower Resolutions”
(page 24)
Analog
Adjustment
Auto Adjustment
Range Adjustment
“2-2. Displaying Screen Correctly”
(page 14)
Clock
Phase
Hor.Position
Ver.Position
PowerManager
Menu Settings
Tools
Power Save
“4-1. Setting the Power Saving” (page 29)
Auto EcoView
“4-3. Setting Monitor’s Automatic Brightness
Adjustment” (page 30)
Power Indicator
Eco Timer
“4-2. Setting Power Indicator” (page 29)
Language
“3-5. Setting Language” (page 27)
Orientation
“3-4. Setting Orientation” (page 26)
Menu Position
“3-6. Setting the Display Position of the
Adjustment Menu” (page 27)
Input Selection
“6-2. Connecting More than Two PCs to the
Monitor” (page 35)
Auto Sharpness
“3-8. Enable/Disable Auto Sharpness”
(page 28)
Mode Preset
“3-1. Enabling/Disabling Mode Selection”
(page 25)
Signal Info
“6-4. Displaying Monitor Information”
(page 38)
Monitor Info
All Reset
“4-4. Setting the automatic power off
function” (page 30)
“3-9. Restoring the Default Setting”
(page 28)
* The adjusting/setting function on the <Color> menu depend on the selected Color mode (page 19). The above table
shows the sub menus when the “User1-3” mode is selected (See “2-3. Color Adjustment” (page 18)).
Chapter 1 Introduction
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Chapter 2 Adjusting Screen
2-1. Setting Screen Resolution
Compatible Resolutions/Frequencies
The monitor supports the following resolutions.
Analog Input
Resolution
Applicable signal
640 × 480
720 × 400
800 × 600
1024 × 768
1280 × 960
1280 × 1024
1600 × 1200
1680 × 1050
1920 × 1200*
VGA
VGA TEXT
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA CVT
VESA CVT RB
Frequency
60 Hz
70 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
Dot Clock
170 MHz
(Max.)
Digital Input (DVI-I/DisplayPort)
Resolution
Applicable signal
640 × 480
720 × 400
800 × 600
1024 × 768
1280 × 960
1280 × 1024
1600 × 1200
1680 × 1050
1920 × 1200*
VGA
VGA TEXT
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA CVT, VESA CVT RB
VESA CVT RB
Frequency
60 Hz
70 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
A graphics board in conformance with VESA standard is required.
* Recommended resolution (Set this resolution)
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Dot Clock
164.5 MHz
(Max.)
Setting Resolution
When you connect the monitor to the PC and find that the resolution is improper, or when you want to
change the resolution, follow the procedure below.
● Windows 7
1. Right-click the mouse anywhere on the desktop except for icons.
2. From the displayed menu, click “Screen resolution”.
3. On the "Screen Resolution" dialog, select the monitor .
4. Click "Resolution" to select the desired resolution.
5. Click the [OK] button.
6. When a confirmation dialog is displayed, click [Keep changes].
● Windows Vista
1. Right-click the mouse anywhere on the desktop except for icons.
2. From the displayed menu, click “Personalize”.
3. On the “Personalization” window, click “Display Settings”.
4. On the “Display Settings” dialog, select the “Monitor” tab and select desired resolution in the
“Resolution” field.
5. Click the [OK] button.
6. When a confirmation dialog is displayed, click [Yes].
● Windows XP
1. Right-click the mouse anywhere on the desktop except for icons.
2. From the displayed menu, click “Properties”.
3. When the “Display Properties” dialog is displayed, click the “Settings” tab and select desired
resolution for “Screen resolution” under “Display”.
4. Click the [OK] button to close the dialog.
● Mac OS X
1. Select “System Preferences” from the Apple menu.
2. When the “System Preferences” dialog is displayed, click “Displays” for “Hardware”.
3. On the displayed dialog, select the “Display” tab and select desired resolution in the “Resolutions”
field.
4. Your selection will be reflected immediately. When you are satisfied with the selected resolution, close
the window.
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2-2. Displaying Screen Correctly
Digital Input
When digital signals are input, images are displayed correctly based on the preset data of the monitor.
When performing advanced adjustment, see “2-3. Color Adjustment” (page 18) and subsequent pages.
Analog Input
Attention
• Wait 30 minutes or more from monitor power on before starting adjustments.
(Allow the monitor to warm up for at least 30 minutes before making adjustments.)
The monitor screen adjustment is used to suppress flickering of the screen or adjust screen position and
screen size correctly according to the PC to be used.
The Self Adjust function works when all of the following conditions are satisfied.
• When a signal is input into the monitor for the first time or when the resolution or Vertical/
Horizontal Frequency not displayed before is set
• When signals with the vertical resolution over 480 are input
If the screen is not displayed correctly even after performing the Self Adjust operation, adjust the screen
according to the procedures on the following pages to use the monitor comfortably.
[Adjustment Procedure]
1 Perform the auto adjustment.
● To adjust flickering, screen position, and screen size automatically [Auto Adjustment]
Procedure
1. Choose <Screen> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
2. Choose <Analog Adjustment> from the <Screen> menu, and press
3. Choose <Auto Adjustment>, and press
.
.
The auto adjustment function works (the message “In Progress” appears) to correctly adjust the flickering, screen
position, and screen size correctly.
When the auto adjustment is completed, a message appears. Select “OK” to confirm the new settings or “Cancel”
to restore the previous settings, and press .
Attention
• This function works correctly when an image is fully displayed over the Windows or Macintosh display area. It
does not work properly when an image is displayed only on a part of the screen (command prompt window, for
example) or when a black background (wallpaper, etc.) is in use.
• This function does not work correctly with some graphics boards.
If the screen is not displayed correctly even after adjusting in step 1 above, perform the adjustments
according to the procedures on the following pages. When the screen is displayed correctly, go to step
5 “To adjust color gradation automatically [Range Adjustment]”.
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2 Prepare the display pattern for the analog display adjustment.
Load the “EIZO LCD Utility Disk” to your PC, and then open the “Screen adjustment pattern files”.
NOTE
• For details and instructions on opening the “Screen adjustment pattern files”, refer to the “Readme.txt” file.
3 Perform the auto adjustment again with the analog screen adjustment pattern
displayed.
● To adjust flickering, screen position, and screen size automatically [Auto Adjustment]
Procedure
1. Display Pattern 1 of the “Screen adjustment pattern files” in full screen on the monitor.
2. Choose <Screen> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
3. Choose <Analog Adjustment> from the <Screen> menu, and press
.
To proceed with the subsequent adjustments, select an item in <Analog Adjustment> of the <Screen> menu.
4. Choose <Auto Adjustment>, and press
.
The auto adjustment function works (the message “In Progress” appears) to adjust the flickering, screen position,
and screen size correctly.
When the auto adjustment is completed, a message appears. Select “OK” to confirm the new settings or “Cancel”
to restore the previous settings, and press .
If the screen is not displayed correctly even after adjusting in step 3 above, perform the adjustments
according to the procedures on the following pages. When the screen is displayed correctly, go to step
5 “To adjust color gradation automatically [Range Adjustment]”.
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4 Perform advanced adjustments for the following using the <Screen> menu of
the <Analog Adjustment>.
Adjust the clock, phase and position, in this order.
● To eliminate vertical bars [Clock]
Procedure
1. Choose <Clock> from the <Analog Adjustment> menu, and press
2. Adjust the clock with
or
.
Press
3. Press
.
slowly so as not to miss the adjustment point.
to exit the adjustment.
When blurring, flickering or bars appear on the screen after adjustment, proceed to [Phase] to remove flickering
or blurring.
● Remove flickering or blurring [Phase]
Procedure
1. Choose <Phase> from the <Analog Adjustment> menu, and press
2. Adjust the phase with
or
.
3. Press
to exit the adjustment.
.
Attention
• Flickering or blurring may not be eliminated depending on your PC or graphics board.
● To correct screen position [Hor.Position] [Ver.Position]
NOTE
• Since the number of pixels and the pixel positions are fixed on the LCD monitor, only one position is provided to
display images correctly. The position adjustment is made to shift an image to the correct position.
Procedure
1. Choose <Hor.Position> or <Ver.Position> from the <Analog Adjustment> menu, and press
2. Adjust the position with
or
.
3. Press
to exit the adjustment.
.
When vertical bars appear on the screen after adjustment, go back to “To eliminate vertical bars [Clock]”.
(Clock → Phase → Position)
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5 Adjust the color gradation.
● To adjust color gradation automatically [Range Adjustment]
Every color gradation (0 to 255) can be displayed by adjusting the signal output level.
Procedure
1. Display Pattern 2 in full screen on the monitor using the “Screen adjustment pattern files”.
2. Choose <Range Adjustment> from the <Analog Adjustment> menu, and press
.
The color gradation is adjusted automatically.
When the auto adjustment is completed, a message appears. Select “OK” to confirm the new settings or “Cancel”
to restore the precious settings, and press .
3. Close the Pattern 2.
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2-3. Color Adjustment
● To select the display mode (FineContrast)
FineContrast allows you to select easily the adequate mode suitable for the monitor’s application.
FineContrast mode
Mode
1-User1
2-User2
3-User3
4-Text
5-Picture
6-Movie
7-sRGB
Purpose
Available for the color settings according to your preference.
Suitable for displaying texts for word processing or spreadsheets.
Suitable for displaying images such as photos or picture images.
Suitable for playing back animated images.
Suitable for color matching with sRGB compatible peripherals.
The mode menu
appears.
Procedure
1. Press
.
Mode menu appears at the lower left of the screen.
2. The mode among the list is highlighted in turn each time
is pressed.
You can switch the current mode with
or
while the mode menu is being displayed.
→1-User1←→2-User2←→3-User3←→4-Text←→5-Picture←→6-Movie←→7-sRGB←
NOTE
• The Adjustment menu and the Mode menu cannot be displayed at the same time.
• You can disable a specific mode to be selected. For more information, refer to “3-1. Enabling/Disabling Mode
Selection” (page 25).
• “ScreenManager Pro for LCD” allows you to select the FineContrast mode automatically according to the
application used. (Refer to “Chapter 3 Auto FineContrast” on the User’s Manual for “ScreenManager Pro for
LCD”.)
● To perform advanced adjustments
The <Color> menu of the Adjustment menu allows you to set and save the independent color adjustment
for each mode.
Attention
• Wait 30 minutes or more from monitor power on before starting the color adjustment.
(Allow the monitor to warm up for at least 30 minutes before making adjustments.)
• Perform the range adjustment first when adjusting color for analog input signals.
(Refer to “To adjust color gradation automatically” on page 17).
• The same image may be seen in different colors on multiple monitors due to their monitor-specific characteristics.
Make fine color adjustment visually when matching colors on multiple monitors.
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NOTE
• The values shown in “%” or “K” are available only as reference.
• Using the “ScreenManager Pro for LCD” allows you to perform the color adjustment by using the mouse and
keyboard of your PC. The adjusted status can be registered as a color data and restore the data later. (Refer to
“Chapter 4 Color Adjustment” on the User’s Manual for “ScreenManager Pro for LCD”.)
● Adjustment items in each mode
According to the mode selected, the adjustable function differs.
(You can not select any function unavailable for adjustment or setting.)
The adjustments or settings made for each mode are applied to all input signals.
For the adjustment method of each function, refer to subsequent pages.
√: Adjustment available ―: Invalid for adjustment
FineContrast mode
1-User1
2-User2
3-User3
4-Text
5-Picture
6-Movie
7-sRGB
Brightness
√
√
√
√
√
Contrast
√
√
√
√
―
Temperature
√
√
√
√
―
Gamma
√
√
―
―
―
Hue
√
√
√
√
―
Saturation
√
√
√
√
―
Contrast Enhancer
√
―
√
√
―
Outline Enhancer
√
√
√
√
√
Gain
√
―
―
―
―
6 Colors
√
―
―
―
―
Color Reset
√
√
√
√
√
Icon
Function
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● To adjust the brightness [Brightness]
The screen brightness is adjusted by changing the brightness of the backlight (Light source from the LCD
back panel).
Adjustable range: 0 to 100%
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Choose <Color> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
Choose <Brightness> from the <Color> menu, and press
.
Adjust the brightness with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
NOTE
• You can also adjust the brightness using
and .
• When your feel the image is bright even if the brightness is set to 0%, adjust the contrast.
● To adjust the contrast [Contrast]
The luminance of the screen is adjusted by varying the video signal level.
Adjustable range: 0 to 100%
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Choose <Color> from the Adjustment menu, and press
Choose <Contrast> from the <Color> menu, and press
Adjust the contrast with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
.
.
NOTE
• In the contrast of 100%, every color gradation is displayed.
• When adjusting the monitor, it is recommended to perform the brightness adjustment which may not lose the
gradation characteristics, prior to the contrast adjustment.
• Perform the contrast adjustment in the following cases.
- When you feel the image is bright even if the brightness is set to 0%. (Set the contrast to lower than 100%).
● To adjust the color temperature [Temperature]
The color temperature can be adjusted. The color temperature is normally used to express the hue of
“White” and/or “Black” by a numerical value. The value is expressed in degrees “K” (Kelvin). In the
same way as the flame temperature, the image on the monitor is displayed reddish if the color temperature
is low and is bluish if the color temperature is high. The gain preset values are set for each color
temperature setting value.
Adjustable range: Native, 4000K-10000K (specified by every 500K unit, including 9300K)
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Choose <Color> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
Choose <Temperature> from the <Color> menu, and press
Adjust the color temperature with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
.
NOTE
• [Gain] allows you to perform more advanced adjustment (See “To adjust the gain value” on page 22).
• If you set to [Native], the image is displayed in the preset color of the monitor (Gain: 100% for each RGB).
• When changing the gain value, the color temperature adjusting range is changed to “User”.
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● To adjust the gamma value [Gamma]
The gamma value can be adjusted. The luminance of the monitor varies depending on the input signal,
however, the variation rate is not proportional to the input signal. To keep the balance between the input
signal and the luminance of the monitor is called as “Gamma correction”.
Adjustable range: 1.8-2.6
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Choose <Color> from the Adjustment menu, and press
Choose <Gamma> from the <Color> menu, and press
Adjust the gamma value with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
.
.
● To adjust the hue [Hue]
This function allows you to adjust the hue.
Adjustable range: -100 to 100
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Choose <Color> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
Choose <Advanced Settings> from the <Color> menu, and press
Choose <Hue>, and press
.
Adjust the hue with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
.
Attention
• This function does not enable to display every color gradation.
● To adjust the color saturation [Saturation]
This function allows you to adjust the saturation of the color on the monitor.
Adjustable range: -100 to 100
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Choose <Color> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
Choose <Advanced Settings> from the <Color> menu, and press
Choose <Saturation>, and press
.
Adjust the saturation of the color with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
.
Attention
• This function does not enable to display every color gradation.
NOTE
• Setting the minimum (-100) turns the image to a monochrome screen.
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● Enable/Disable Contrast Enhancer [Contrast Enhancer]
This feature manages the brightness and gain levels of the backlight to match the image displayed while
also improving the sense of contrast of images by correcting gamma values.
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Choose <Color> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
Choose <Advanced Settings> from the <Color> menu, and press
Choose <Contrast Enhancer>, and press
.
Select “On” or “Off” with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
.
● To enhance the outline of the image [Outline Enhancer]
OutlineEnhancer functions to emphasize outline of the images by emphasizing the color difference
between pixels composing the images. This may improve the texture of the material and its feel of the
images. On the contrary, it also functions to reproduce the images smoothly by gradating its outline.
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Choose <Color> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
Choose <Advanced Settings> from the <Color> menu, and press
.
Choose <Outline Enhancer>, and press
.
Select the display status in the range from -3 to 3 (soft to sharp) with
Press
to exit the adjustment.
or
as desired.
● To adjust the gain value [Gain]
Each luminance of red/green/blue composing the color is called “Gain”. The gain adjustment may change
the color tone of the “White”.
Adjustable range: 0 to 100%
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Choose <Color> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
Choose <Advanced Settings> from the <Color> menu, and press
.
Choose <Gain>, and press
.
Choose the color for adjustment among <Red>, <Green>, or <Blue> to adjust, and press
Adjust the gain with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
NOTE
• The gain value may change depending on the value of the color temperature.
• When changing the gain value, the color temperature adjusting range is changed to “User”.
• This function does not enable to display every color gradation.
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.
● To adjust six colors [6 Colors]
The hue and saturation can be adjusted for each of six colors: Magenta, Red, Yellow, Green, Cyan, and
Blue.
Adjustable range: -100 to 100
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Choose <Color> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
Choose <Advanced Settings> from the <Color> menu, and press
.
Choose <6 Colors>, and press
.
Choose the color for adjustment among <Magenta>, <Red>, <Yellow>, <Green>, <Cyan>, or <Blue>,
and press
.
5. Select <Hue> or <Saturation>, and press
.
6. Adjust the 6 colors with
or
.
7. Press
to exit the adjustment.
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2-4. Displaying Lower Resolutions
● To change screen size [Screen Size]
The image with the resolution other than the recommended resolution is displayed in full screen
automatically. You can change the screen size by using <Screen Size> from <Screen> menu.
Menu
Full
(Default setting)
Enlarged
Normal
Function
Displays an image in full screen. Images are distorted in some cases because the
vertical rate is not equal to the horizontal rate.
Displays an image in full screen. In some cases, a blank horizontal or vertical border
appears to equalize the vertical rate and the horizontal rate.
Displays images with the specified resolution.
Example: Image size 1280 x 1024
Full
(Default setting)
Enlarged
Normal
(1920 x 1200)
(1500 x 1200)
(1280 x 1024)
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Choose <Screen> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
Choose <Screen Size> from the <Screen> menu, and press
.
Select “Full Screen,” “Enlarged,” or “Normal” with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
Chapter 2 Adjusting Screen
Chapter 3 Setting Monitor
3-1. Enabling/Disabling Mode Selection [Mode Preset]
Allows you to select the specified modes only.
Use this function when all the display modes are not available or when keeping the display mode
unchanged.
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Choose <Tools> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
Choose <Mode Preset> from the <Tools> menu, and press
.
Select the mode to change its settings with
or
, and press
Select “On” or “Off” with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
.
Attention
• You cannot set all the modes disable. Set at least one mode to “On”.
3-2. Locking Buttons [Key Lock]
This function allows you to lock to prevent changing the adjusted/set status.
Procedure
1. Press
to turn off the monitor.
2. Press
holding
down for at least 2 seconds to turn on the monitor.
The Optional Settings menu appears.
3. Choose <Key Lock> from the <Optional Settings> menu, and press
4. Select “Off”, “Menu”, or “All” with
or
, and press
.
Settings
Off
(Initial settings)
Buttons that can be locked
None (All buttons are enabled)
Menu
All
.
button
All buttons excluding
5. Select “Finish” with
6. Press
to exit.
or
.
The Optional Settings menu is closed.
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3-3. Setting the EIZO Logo Display [Logo]
The EIZO logo appears on the display when turning on the monitor. This function allows you to display,
or not, the EIZO logo.
Procedure
1. Press
to turn off the monitor.
2. Press
holding
down at least 2 seconds to turn on the monitor.
The Optional Settings menu appears.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Choose <Logo> from the <Optional Settings> menu, and press
Select “On” or “Off” with
or
, and press
.
Select “Finish” with
or
.
Press
to exit the Optional Settings.
.
The Optional Settings menu is closed.
3-4. Setting Orientation [Orientation]
● To set the orientation of the Adjustment menu
This function allows you to change the orientation of the Adjustment menu when using the monitor
screen in vertical display position. (Default settings : Landscape)
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Choose <Menu Settings> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
Choose <Orientation> from the <Menu Settings> menu, and press
.
Select “Landscape” or “Portrait” with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
When selecting “Portrait”, turn the monitor screen 90° in clockwise direction.
Attention
• Be sure that the cables are correctly connected.
NOTE
• For using the monitor with “Portrait” position, the graphics board supporting portrait display is required. When
placing the monitor in a "Portrait" position, settings of your graphics board need to be changed. Refer to the
manual of the graphics board for details.
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3-5. Setting Language [Language]
This function allows you to select a language for the adjustment menu or displaying message.
Selectable languages
English/German/French/Spanish/Italian/Swedish/Japanese /Simplified Chinese/Traditional Chinese
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Choose <Menu Settings> menu from the Adjustment menu, and press
Choose <Language> from the <Menu Settings> menu, and press
.
Choose a language with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
.
3-6. Setting the Display Position of the Adjustment Menu
[Menu Position]
Adjust the menu position using the following procedure.
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Choose <Menu Settings> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
Choose <Menu Position> from the <Menu Settings> menu, and press
Select a position with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
.
3-7. Enable/Disable DDC/CI communication
This function allows you to enable/disable the DDC/CI communication. (page 45)
Procedure
1. Press
2. Press
to turn off the monitor.
holding
down at least 2 seconds to turn on the monitor.
The Optional Settings menu appears.
3. Choose <DDC/CI> from the <Optional Settings> menu, and press
4. Select “On” or “Off” with
or
, and press
.
5. Select “Finish” with
or
.
.
The Optional Settings menu is closed.
NOTE
• You can check the DDC/CI setting in the <Monitor Info> menu.
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3-8. Enable/Disable Auto Sharpness [Auto Sharpness]
By enabling Auto Sharpness outlines will be adjusted according to the displayed image which can
improve its feel and texture.
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Choose <Tools> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
Choose <Auto Sharpness> from the <Tools> menu, and press
Select “On” or “Off” with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
.
NOTE
• The extent of adjustment depends on the set up value of [Outline Enhancer].
3-9. Restoring the Default Setting
There are two types of Reset. One is to reset the color adjustment only to the default settings, and the
other is to reset all the settings to the default settings.
Attention
• After resetting, you cannot undo the operation.
NOTE
• For main default settings, refer to “Main default settings (factory settings)” on page 41.
● To reset color adjustment values [Color Reset]
Only the adjustment values in the current mode will revert to the default settings (factory settings).
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Choose <Color> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
Choose <Color Reset> from the <Color> menu and press
.
Select “Execute” with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
The color adjustment values revert to the default settings.
● To reset all adjustments to the factory default settings [All Reset]
Reset all adjustments to the factory default settings.
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Choose <Tools> from the Adjustment menu, and press
Choose <All Reset> from the <Tools> menu, and press
Select “Execute” with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
All setting values revert to the default settings.
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.
.
Chapter 4 Power Saving Function
4-1. Setting the Power Saving [Power Save]
This function allows you to set the monitor into the power saving mode according to the PC status.
When the monitor enters the power saving mode, no image is displayed on the screen.
Attention
• Turning off the main power switch or unplugging the power cord completely shuts off power supply to the
monitor.
• Devices connected to the USB port (upstream and downstream) work when the monitor is in power saving
mode or when the power button of the monitor is Off. Therefore, power consumption of the monitor varies with
connected devices even in the power saving mode.
Power Save is compliant with the following standards for the respective signal inputs.
signal inputs
Standard
DVI
DisplayPort
VESA DPMS
DVI DMPM
DisplayPort Standard V1.1a
Analog signal
Digital signal
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Choose <PowerManager> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
Choose <Power Save> from the <PowerManager> menu, and press
.
Select “On” or “Off” with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
Power Saving System
The monitor enters the power saving mode in conjunction with the PC settings.
PC
Operating
Power saving
STAND-BY
SUSPENDED
OFF
Monitor Power
Operating
Power saving
Indicator
Blue
Orange
4-2. Setting Power Indicator [Power Indicator]
The brightness of the power indicator (blue) when the screen is displayed can be adjusted (default setting
is set to light up when power is turned on, and brightness is set to 4).
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Choose <PowerManager> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
Choose <Power Indicator> from the <PowerManager> menu, and press
.
Select the indicator brightness “Off” or in the range from 1 to 7 with
or
Press
to exit the adjustment.
as desired.
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4-3. Setting Monitor’s Automatic Brightness Adjustment
[Auto EcoView]
The sensor on the lower side of the monitor detects the environmental brightness to adjust the screen
brightness automatically and comfortably by using the Auto EcoView function.
Attention
• Be careful not to block the sensor on the lower side of the monitor when using the Auto EcoView function.
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Choose <PowerManager> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
Choose <Auto EcoView> from the <PowerManager> menu, and press
Select “On” or “Off” with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
.
4-4. Setting the automatic power off function [Eco Timer]
This function allows you to switch the setting to turn off the monitor automatically after a specified time
has passed at the power saving mode.
Adjustable range: Disable, Enable (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 45 min, 1-5h)
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Choose <PowerManager> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
Choose <Eco Timer> from the <PowerManager> menu, and press
.
Select “Off” or time to turn off the monitor with
or
.
Press
to exit the adjustment.
Chapter 4 Power Saving Function
Chapter 5 Troubleshooting
If a problem still remains after applying the suggested remedies, contact your local dealer.
•
•
•
•
No-picture problems → See No.1 - No.2.
Imaging problems (digital input) → See No.3 - No.8.
Imaging problems (analog input) → See No.3 - No.12.
Other problems → See No.13 - No.16.
Problems
1. No picture
• Power indicator does not light.
• Power indicator lights blue.
• Power indicator lights orange.
2. The message below appears.
• This message appears when no signal is input.
Example:
• The message shows that the input signal is out of the
specified frequency range. (Such signal frequency is
displayed in red.)
Example:
3. The screen is too bright or too dark.
Possible cause and remedy
• Check whether the power cord is connected correctly.
• Turn off the main power, and then turn it on again a
few minutes later.
• Turn the main power switch on.
• Press
.
• Set each adjusting value in [Brightness], [Contrast]
and [Gain] to higher level. (page 20, 22)
• Switch the input signal with
.
• Operate the mouse or keyboard.
• Check whether the PC is turned on.
This message appears when the signal is not input
correctly even when the monitor functions properly.
• The message shown left may appear, because some
PCs do not output the signal soon after power-on.
• Check whether the PC is turned on.
• Check whether the signal cable is connected properly.
• Switch the input signal with
.
• Check whether the signal setting of your PC matches
the resolution and the vertical frequency settings for
the monitor. (page 12)
• Reboot the PC.
• Select an appropriate display mode using the
graphics board’s utility. Refer to the manual of the
graphics board for details.
fD : Dot Clock
(Displayed only when the digital signal inputs)
fH : Horizontal Frequency
fV : Vertical Frequency
• Adjust using [Brightness] or [Contrast]. (The LCD
monitor backlight has a fixed life span. When the
screen becomes dark or begins to flicker, contact your
local dealer.)
• Turn on the Auto EcoView function. The monitor
detects the environmental brightness to adjust the
screen brightness automatically.
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Problems
4. Characters are blurred
•
5. Afterimages appear
•
•
•
6. Green/red/blue/white dots or defective dots
remain on the screen.
7. Interference patterns or pressure marks remain
on the screen.
8. Noise appears on the screen.
9. Display position is incorrect.
•
Possible cause and remedy
Check whether the signal setting of your PC matches
the resolution and the vertical frequency settings for
the monitor. (page 12)
Adjust using <Outline Enhancer>. (page 22)
Afterimages are particular to LCD monitors. Avoid
displaying the same image for a long time.
Use the screen saver or power save function to avoid
displaying the same image for extended periods of
time.
This is due to LCD panel characteristics and is not a
failure.
• Leave the monitor with a white or black screen. The
symptom may disappear.
• When entering the signals of HDCP system, the
normal images may not be displayed immediately.
• Adjust image position using <Hor.Position> or <Ver.
Position>. (page 16)
• If the problem persists, use the graphics board’s utility
if available to change the display position.
10. Vertical bars appear on the screen or a part of the
image is flickering.
• Adjust using [Clock]. (page 16)
11. Whole screen is flickering or blurring.
• Adjust using [Phase]. (page 16)
12. Upper part of the screen is distorted as shown
below.
• This is caused when both composite sync (X-OR)
signal and separate vertical sync signal are input
simultaneously. Select either composite signal or
separate signal.
13. The adjustment menu does not appear.
• Check whether the operation lock function works.
(page 25)
• Check whether the operation lock function works.
(page 25)
• This function does not work when digital signal is
input.
• This 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. It does
not work properly when an image is displayed only
on a part of the screen (command prompt window,
for example) or when a black background (wallpaper,
etc.) is in use.
• This function does not work correctly with some
graphics boards.
14. Mode menu does not appear.
15. The auto adjust function does not work correctly.
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Problems
16. The monitor connected with the USB cable is not
detected. / USB devices connected to the monitor
does not work.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Possible cause and remedy
Check whether the USB cable is connected correctly.
(page 37)
Change the USB port to another one. If the PC or
peripheral devices works correctly by changing the
USB port, contact your local dealer. (Refer to the
manual of the PC for details.)
Reboot the PC.
If the peripheral devices work correctly when the PC
and peripheral devices are connected directly, please
contact your local dealer.
Check whether the PC and OS are USB compliant.
(For USB compliance of the respective devices,
consult their manufacturers.)
Check the PC’s BIOS setting for USB when using
Windows. (Refer to the manual of the PC for details.)
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Chapter 6 Reference
6-1. Attaching an Arm
The stand can be removed and replaced with an arm (or another stand) to be attached to the monitor. Use
an arm or stand of EIZO option.
Attention
• When attaching an arm or stand, follow the instructions of their user’s manual.
• When using another manufacturer’s arm or stand, confirm the following in advance and select one conforming to
the VESA standard.
- Clearance between the screw holes: 100 mm × 100 mm
- Thickness of plate: 2.6 mm
- Strong enough to support weight of the monitor unit (except the stand) and attachments such as cables.
Use the screws as described below.
- SX2262W
The screws fixing the stand to the monitor
- SX2462W
The screws supplied with this monitor (M4 × 12mm)
• When using an arm or stand, attach it to meet the following tilt angles of the monitor.
- Up 45 degrees, down 45 degrees (horizontal display, and vertical display rotated 90 degrees clockwise)
• Connect the cables after attaching an arm or a stand.
• Do not adjust the height of the stand removed from the monitor. When adjusted without attached monitor, it
causes the personnel injury or the damaged to the stand.
• Since the monitor and arm or stand are so heavy, dropping them may result in injury or equipment damage.
• If you need to remove the SX2262W, turn the panel on the monitor to the left and right a little so that the four
screws positioned under the stand are visible. Then, unscrew the four screws.
[Attachment Procedure]
1 Lay the LCD monitor on a soft cloth spread over on a stable surface with the
panel surface facing down.
2 Remove the stand.
Prepare a screwdriver. Unscrew the four screws securing the unit and the stand with the screwdriver.
3 Attach the monitor to the arm or stand.
Secure the monitor to the arm or stand using the screws specified in the user’s manual of the arm or stand.
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Chapter 6 Reference
6-2. Connecting More than Two PCs to the Monitor
More than two PCs can be connected to the monitor through the DVI-I and the DisplayPort connector on
the back of the monitor.
Connection examples
DisplayPort
DVI-I connector
connector
To PC 1
D-Sub mini 15pin connector
Analog
Signal cable
(supplied FD-C16)
To PC 2
DVI
connector
Digital
Signal cable
(supplied FD-C39)
To PC 3
DisplayPort
connector
Digital
Signal cable
(PP200 option)
● To switch the input signal
The input signal switches each time
is pressed.
When the signal is switched, the active input port name appears at the top right corner of the screen.
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35
● To set input signal selection [Input Selection]
The monitor recognizes the connector through which PC signals are input. When a PC is turned off or
enters the powersaving mode, the monitor automatically displays another signal.
Setting
Auto
Manual
Function
When a PC is turned off or enters the powersaving mode, the monitor
automatically displays another signal.
The monitor detects only the PC’s signals currently displaying automatically. Select
an active input signal with
.
Procedure
1. Choose <Tools> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
2. Choose <Input Selection> from the <Tools> menu, and press
.
The <Input Selection> menu appears.
3. Select “Auto” or “Manual” with
4. Press
to exit the adjustment.
or
.
Attention
• When “Auto” is selected for <Input Selection>, the monitor’s power-saving function works only when all PCs are
in the power-saving mode
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6-3. Making Use of USB (Universal Serial Bus)
This monitor has a hub compatible with USB. Connected to a PC compatible with USB or another USB
hub, this monitor functions as a USB hub allowing connection to peripheral USB devices.
● Required System Environment
1. A PC equipped with a USB port or another USB hub connected to a USB compatible PC
2. Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 or Mac OS 9.2.2 and Mac OS X 10.2 or later
3. EIZO USB cable (MD-C93)
Attention
• This monitor may not work depending on PC, OS or peripheral devices to be used. For USB compatibility of
peripheral devices, contact their manufactures.
• Devices connected to the USB port (upstream and downstream) work when the monitor is in power saving
mode or when the power button of the monitor is Off. Therefore, power consumption of the monitor varies with
connected devices even in the power saving mode.
• When the main power switch is Off, device connected to the USB port will not operate.
● Connection Procedure (Setup of USB Function)
1. Connect the monitor first to a PC using the signal cable, and run the PC.
2. Connect the supplied USB cable between the downstream USB port of a USB compatible PC (or
another USB hub) and the monitor’s upstream USB port.
The USB hub function is set up automatically upon connection of the USB cable.
3. Connect the peripheral USB device to the USB port (downstream) of the monitor.
Downstream
Upstream
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6-4. Displaying Monitor Information
● Displaying monitor information by pressing
This indicator shows the power saving ratio, power reduction and CO2 reduction as a result of the
brightness of the monitor.
(Example)
NOTE
• Power reduction: the backlight’s reduction of electricity consumption as a result of the adjusted brightness value
• CO2 reduction: converted from the “Power reduction” value, this is an estimate of the quantity of CO2 emissions
reduced when using the monitor for 1 hour.
*The numeric value is a result of a calculation based on a default value (0.000555 t -CO2/kWh) determined by
a ministerial ordinance (2006, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Ministry of Environment, civil code
article 3) and may differ depending on country and year.
● Displaying signal information [Signal Info]
This function displays the information about the current input signals displayed.
1. Choose <Tools> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
2. Choose <Signal Info> from the <Tools> menu, and press
.
The Signal Info screen appears.
(Example)
● Displaying monitor information [Monitor Info]
This function displays the information about the monitor.
1. Choose <Tools> from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
2. Choose <Monitor Info> from the <Tools> menu, and press
.
The Monitor Info screen appears.
(Example)
Attention
• The usage time is not always “0” due to factory inspection when you purchase the monitor.
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6-5. Specifications
SX2262W
LCD Panel
Size
22.0-inch (560 mm) TFT color LCD
Surface treatment
Anti-Glare Hard Coating
Surface hardness
3H
Viewing angle
Viewing angle : Horizontal 178°, Vertical 178° (CR:10 or more)
Dot Pitch
0.247 mm
Response Time
Approx. 12ms
Horizontal Scan Analog
Frequency
Digital
31-76 kHz
Vertical Scan
Frequency
Analog
49-86 Hz (Non-interlace)
Digital
59-61 Hz (Non-interlace) (VGA TEXT: 69-71 Hz)
31-76 kHz
Resolution
1920 dots × 1200 lines
Max. Dot Clock Analog
170 MHz
Digital
164.5 MHz
Max. Display Color
Approx. 1073.74 million colors (DisplayPort 10bit)
Display Area (H × V)
473.76 mm × 296.1 mm
Power Supply
100-120 VAC ±10%, 50/60Hz 0.9A
200-240 VAC ±10%, 50/60Hz 0.45A
Power
Consumption
Screen Display On
90W or less (with USB load)
80W or less (without USB load)
Power saving mode
0.9W or less (for DVI-I (Analog) single signal input, without USB load,
[Input Selection] : “Manual”)
Power button Off
0.7W or less (without USB load)
Main Power switch Off
0W
Input Signal Connector
DVI-I connector (Applicable to HDCP) × 2
DisplayPort (Standard V1.1a, applicable to HDCP)
Analog Input Signal (Sync)
Separate, TTL, positive/ negative
Composite, TTL, positive/ negative
Analog Input Signal (Video)
Analog, Positive (0.7Vp-p/75Ω)
Digital Signal (DVI) Transmission System
TMDS (Single Link)
Analog Input Signal
Video Signal Memory (Max.)
45 (preset: 9)
Plug & Play
Analog / Digital (DVI-I) : VESA DDC 2B / EDID structure 1.3
Digital (DisplayPort) : VESA DisplayPort / EDID structure 1.4
Dimensions
Mass
Movable range
Main unit
511 mm (20.1 inch) × 347.5-521.5 mm (13.7 – 20.5 inch) × 240.5 mm
(9.5 inch)
Main unit (without stand)
511 mm (20.1 inch) × 333 mm (13.1 inch) × 85 mm (3.35 inch)
Main unit
Approx. 9.6 kg (21.2 lbs.)
Main unit (without stand)
Approx.6.6 kg (14.6 lbs.)
Tilt
30° Up, 0° Down
Swivel
172° Right, 172° Left
Adjustable height
225 mm (8.9 inch) (174 mm (6.9 inch) when Tilt is 0°)
Rotation
90° (clockwise)
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Environmental
Conditions
USB
Temperature
Operating temperature: 0 °C - 35 °C (32 °F - 95 °F)
Storage temperature: -20 °C - 60 °C (-4 °F - 140 °F)
Humidity
Operating humidity: 20% - 80% R.H. (no condensation)
Storage humidity: 10% - 80% R.H. (no condensation)
Pressure
Operating: 700 to 1,060 hPa
Storage: 200 to 1,060 hPa
Standard
USB Specification Revision 2.0
Port
Upstream port × 1, Downstream port × 2
Communication Speed
480 Mbps (high), 12 Mbps (full), 1.5 Mbps (low)
Supply current
Downstream: Max. 500mA/1 port
Size
24.1-inch (610 mm) TFT color LCD
Surface treatment
Hard Coating
Surface hardness
3H
Viewing angle
Viewing angle : Horizontal 178°, Vertical 178° (CR:10 or more)
Dot Pitch
0.270 mm
Response Time
Approx. 13ms
SX2462W
LCD Panel
Horizontal Scan Analog
Frequency
Digital
31-76 kHz
Vertical Scan
Frequency
Analog
49-86 Hz (Non-interlace)
Digital
59-61 Hz (Non-interlace) (VGA TEXT: 69-71 Hz)
31-76 kHz
Resolution
1920 dots × 1200 lines
Max. Dot Clock Analog
170 MHz
Digital
164.5 MHz
Max. Display Color
Approx. 1073.74 million colors (DisplayPort 10bit)
Display Area (H × V)
518.4 mm × 324.0 mm
Power Supply
100-120 VAC ±10%, 50/60Hz 1.0A
200-240 VAC ±10%, 50/60Hz 0.5A
Power
Consumption
Screen Display On
95W or less (with USB load)
85W or less (without USB load)
Power saving mode
0.9W or less (for DVI-I (Analog) single signal input, without USB load,
[Input Selection] : “Manual”)
Power button Off
0.7W or less (without USB load)
Main Power switch Off
0W
Input Signal Connector
DVI-I connector (Applicable to HDCP) × 2
DisplayPort (Standard V1.1a, applicable to HDCP)
Analog Input Signal (Sync)
Separate, TTL, positive/ negative
Composite, TTL, positive/ negative
Analog Input Signal (Video)
Analog, Positive (0.7Vp-p/75Ω)
Digital Signal (DVI) Transmission System
TMDS (Single Link)
Analog Input Signal
Video Signal Memory (Max.)
45 (preset: 9)
Plug & Play
Analog / Digital (DVI-I) : VESA DDC 2B / EDID structure 1.3
Digital (DisplayPort) : VESA DisplayPort / EDID structure 1.4
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Dimensions
Mass
Movable range
Environmental
Conditions
USB
Main unit
566 mm (22.3 inch) × 456-538 mm (18.0 – 21.2 inch) × 230 mm
(9.1 inch)
Main unit (without stand)
566 mm (22.3 inch) × 367 mm (14.4 inch) × 85 mm (3.4 inch)
Main unit
Approx. 10.7 kg (23.6 lbs.)
Main unit (without stand)
Approx.7.1 kg (15.7 lbs.)
Tilt
40° Up, 0° Down
Swivel
35° Right, 35° Left
Adjustable height
82 mm (3.23 inch)
Rotation
90° (clockwise)
Temperature
Operating temperature: 0 °C - 35 °C (32 °F - 95 °F)
Storage temperature: -20 °C - 60 °C (-4 °F - 140 °F)
Humidity
Operating humidity: 20% - 80% R.H. (no condensation)
Storage humidity: 10% - 80% R.H. (no condensation)
Pressure
Operating: 700 to 1,060 hPa
Storage: 200 to 1,060 hPa
Standard
USB Specification Revision 2.0
Port
Upstream port × 1, Downstream port × 2
Communication Speed
480 Mbps (high), 12 Mbps (full), 1.5 Mbps (low)
Supply current
Downstream: Max. 500mA/1 port
Main default settings (factory settings)
FineContrast
User1
Power Save
On
Input Selection
Manual
Screen Size
Full
Auto EcoView
On
Outline Enhancer
0
Menu Position
Center
Eco Timer
Off
Language
English
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PIVOT
30.4(1.2)
230(9.1)
100(3.9)
133.5(5.3)
82
(3.23)
56.3
(2.22)
85
(3.35)
14.5 (0.57)
36.2 (1.43)
235.5 (9.03)
256 (10.01)
133.5(5.3)
90°
22.8(0.9)
15.5(0.61)
272.5(10.7)
35° SWIVEL 35°
315.8(12.4)
399.5(15.7)
566(22.3)
520.4(20.5)
182.4(7.2)
89(3.5)
8(0.31)
20.5(0.81)
φ220 (7.9)
100 (3.09)
116.5 (4.06)
30°
116.5 (4.06)
181 (7.01)
324.1 (12.08)
347.5 (13.07)
355 (13.00)
411.1 (16.02)
9.5 (0.37)
564.2 (22.02)
511 (20.01)
475.8 (18.07)
17.45 (0.69)
85 (3.35)
53.8 (2.12)
SWIVEL
326(12.8)
367(14.4)
PIVOT
298.1 (11.07)
333 (13.01)
521.5 (20.05)
°
249 (9.08)
188.5 (7.04)
610.5 (24.00)
172
20.5(0.81)
22.8(0.9)
17.45 (0.69)
99.5 (3.92)
17.6 (0.69)
°
90
577.1(22.7)
456~538 (18~21.2)
12~71.5 (0.47~2.81)
17
2°
Outside Dimensions
SX2262W
481.5 (18.00)
Unit: mm (inch)
285 (11.02)
233(9.2)
205.5 (8.01) 100 (3.09) 205.5 (8.01)
235 (9.03)
240.5 (9.05)
SX2462W
527(20.7)
190(7.5)
Unit: mm (inch)
287.5(11.3)
281.4(11.1)
199.6(7.9)
40°
100(3.9)
233(9.2)
Connector 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
Pin
No.
1
2
3
4
5
C1
C2
C3 C4
C5
Signal
T.M.D.S. Data 2T.M.D.S. Data 2+
T.M.D.S. Data2/4 Shield
NC*
NC*
Pin
No.
11
12
13
14
15
Signal
6
7
8
9
DDC Clock (SCL)
DDC Data (SDA)
Analog Vertical Sync
T.M.D.S. Data1-
16
17
18
19
T.M.D.S. Data1/3 Shield
NC*
NC*
+5V Power
Ground (return for +5V,
Hsync, and Vsync)
Hot Plug Detect
T.M.D.S. Data0T.M.D.S. Data0+
T.M.D.S. Data0/5 Shield
10
T.M.D.S. Data1+
20
NC*
Pin
No.
21
22
23
24
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
Signal
NC*
T.M.D.S. Clock shield
T.M.D.S. Clock+
T.M.D.S. ClockAnalog Red
Analog Green
Analog Blue
Analog Horizontal Sync
Analog Ground(analog
R,G,&B return)
(NC*: No Connection)
• DisplayPort connector
19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1
20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2
Pin No.
Signal
Pin No.
Signal
Pin No.
Signal
1
ML Lane3-
8
Ground
15
AUX CH+
2
Ground
9
ML Lane1+
16
Ground
3
ML Lane3+
10
ML Lane0-
17
AUX CH-
4
ML Lane2-
11
Ground
18
Hot Plug Detect
5
Ground
12
ML Lane0+
19
Return
6
ML Lane2+
13
CONFIG1
20
DP PWR
7
ML Lane1-
14
CONFIG2
• USB port
Upstream
Downstream
Series B connector
Series A connector
Contact No.
Signal
Remarks
1
VCC
Cable power
2
- Data
Serial data
3
+ Data
Serial data
4
Ground
Cable ground
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Accessories List
Cleaning Kit
Signal Cable
Speaker Unit
EIZO “ScreenCleaner”
PP200
i•Sound L3
For the latest information about the accessories, refer to our web site. http://www.eizo.com
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6-6. Glossary
Clock
The analog input monitor needs to reproduce a clock of the same frequency as the dot clock of the
graphics system in use, when the analog input signal is converted to a digital signal for image display.
This is called clock adjustment. If the clock pulse is not set correctly, some vertical bars appear on the
screen.
DDC/CI (Display Data Channel/Command Interface)
VESA provides the standardization for the interactive communication of the setting information, etc.
between a PC and the monitor.
DisplayPort
VESA provides the digital interface standard for the digital display device. DisplayPort can transfer the
video signal up to 16 bits for each channel of RGB, and the audio signal too. (This monitor supports the
8-bit video signal only.)
DVI (Digital Visual Interface)
DVI is a digital interface standard. DVI allows direct transmission of the PC’s digital data without loss.
This adopts the TMDS transmission system and DVI connectors. There are two types of DVI connectors.
One is a DVI-D connector for digital signal input only. The other is a DVI-I connector for both digital and
analog signal inputs.
DVI DMPM (DVI Digital Monitor Power Management)
DVI DMPM is a digital interface power-saving function. The “Monitor ON (operating mode)” and
“Active Off (power-saving mode)” are indispensable for DVI DMPM as the monitor’s power mode.
Gain
This is used to adjust each color parameter for red, green and blue. An LCD monitor displays the color
by the light passing through the panel color filter. Red, green and blue are the three primary colors. All
the colors on the screen are displayed by combining these three colors. The color tone can be changed by
adjusting the light intensity (volume) passing through each color’s filter.
Gamma
Generally, the monitor brightness varies nonlinearly with the input signal level, which is called “Gamma
Characteristic”. A small gamma value produces a low-contrast image, while a large gamma value
produces a highcontrast image.
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HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Contents Protection)
Digital signal coding system developed to copy-protect the digital contents, such as video, music, etc.
This helps to transmit the digital contents safely by coding the digital contents sent via DVI terminal on
the output side and decoding them on the input side. Any digital contents cannot be reproduced if both of
the equipments on the output and input sides are not applicable to HDCP system.
Phase
Phase means the sampling timing to convert the analog input signal to a digital signal. Phase adjustment
is made to adjust the timing. It is recommended that phase adjustment be made after the clock is adjusted
correctly.
Range Adjustment
Range adjustment controls the signal output levels to display every color gradation. It is recommended
that range adjustment be made before color adjustment.
Resolution
The LCD panel consists of numerous pixels of specified size, which are illuminated to form images. This
monitor consists of 1920 horizontal pixels and 1200 vertical pixels. At a resolution of 1920 x 1200, all
pixels are illuminated as a full screen (1:1).
sRGB (Standard RGB)
International standard for “color reproduction and color space” among peripheral devices (such as
monitors, printers, digital cameras, scanners). sRGB allows Internet users to closely match colors as a
simple color matching means for the Internet use.
Temperature
Color temperature is a method to measure the white color tone, generally indicated in degrees Kelvin.
The screen becomes reddish at a low temperature, and bluish at a high temperature, like the flame
temperature.
5000K: Slightly reddish white
6500K: Warm white like paper white
9300K: Slightly bluish white
TMDS (Transition Minimized Differential Signaling)
A signal transmission system for digital interface.
VESA DPMS (Video Electronics Standards Association - Display Power Management
Signaling)
VESA provides the standardization of signals from PC (graphics board) for power saving of PC monitors.
DPMS defines the signal status between PC and monitor.
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6-7. Preset Timing
The following table shows factory preset video timing (for analog signal only).
Attention
• Display position may be deviated depending on the PC connected, which may require screen adjustment using
Adjustment menu.
• If a signal other than those listed in the table is input, adjust the screen using the Adjustment menu. However,
screen display may still be incorrect even after the adjustment.
• When interlace signals are used, the screen cannot be displayed correctly even after screen adjustment using the
Adjustment menu.
Resolution
Applicable
signal
640 × 480
Frequency
Polarity
Dot clock:
MHz
Horizontal:
kHz
Vertical:
Hz
Horizontal
Vertical
VGA
25.18
31.47
59.94
Negative
Negative
720 × 400
VGA TEXT
28.32
31.47
70.09
Negative
Positive
800 × 600
VESA
40.00
37.88
60.32
Positive
Positive
1024 × 768
VESA
65.00
48.36
60.00
Negative
Negative
1280 × 960
VESA
108.00
60.00
60.00
Positive
Positive
1280 ×1024
VESA
108.00
63.98
60.02
Positive
Positive
1600 ×1200
VESA
161.99
75.00
60.00
Positive
Positive
1680 ×1050
VESA CVT
146.25
65.29
59.95
Negative
Positive
1920 ×1200
VESA CVT RB
154.00
74.04
59.95
Positive
Negative
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Applicable to SX2262W 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
● chlorinated and brominated flame retardants and polymers
● heavy metals such as cadmium, mercury and lead.
The requirements includes in this label have been developed by TCO Development in co-operation 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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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 SX2262W / SX2462W
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.
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Hinweise zur Auswahl des richtigen Schwenkarms für Ihren Monitor
Dieser Monitor ist für Bildschirmarbeitsplätze vorgesehen. Wenn nicht der zum Standardzubehör gehörige
Schwenkarm verwendet wird, muss statt dessen ein geeigneter anderer Schwenkarm installiert werden. Bei der
Auswahl des Schwenkarms sind die nachstehenden Hinweise zu berücksichtigen:
Der Standfuß muß den nachfolgenden Anforderungen entsprechen:
a)Der Standfuß muß eine ausreichende mechanische Stabilität zur Aufnahme des Gewichtes vom Bildschirmgerät
und des spezifizierten Zubehörs besitzen. Das Gewicht des Bildschirmgerätes und des Zubehörs sind in der
zugehörenden Bedienungsanleitung angegeben.
b)Die Befestigung des Standfusses muß derart erfolgen, daß die oberste Zeile der Bildschirmanzeige nicht höher
als die Augenhöhe eines Benutzers in sitzender Position ist.
c)Im Fall eines stehenden Benutzers muß die Befestigung des Bildschirmgerätes derart erfolgen, daß die Höhe der
Bildschirmmitte über dem Boden zwischen 135 – 150 cm beträgt.
d)Der Standfuß muß die Möglichkeit zur Neigung des Bildschirmgerätes besitzen (max. vorwärts: 5°, min. nach
hinten ≥ 5°).
e)Der Standfuß muß die Möglichkeit zur Drehung des Bildschirmgerätes besitzen (max. ±180°). Der maximale
Kraftaufwand dafür muß weniger als 100 N betragen.
f)Der Standfuß muß in der Stellung verharren, in die er manuell bewegt wurde.
g)Der Glanzgrad des Standfusses muß weniger als 20 Glanzeinheiten betragen (seidenmatt).
h)Der Standfuß mit Bildschirmgerät muß bei einer Neigung von bis zu 10° aus der normalen aufrechten Position
kippsicher sein.
Hinweis zur Ergonomie :
Dieser Monitor erfüllt die Anforderungen an die Ergonomie nach EK1-ITB2000 mit dem Videosignal, 1920 ×
1200, Digital Eingang und mindestens 60,0 Hz Bildwiederholfrequenz, non interlaced. Weiterhin wird aus
ergonomischen Gründen empfohlen, die Grundfarbe Blau nicht auf dunklem Untergrund zu verwenden (schlechte
Erkennbarkeit, Augenbelastung bei zu geringem Zeichenkontrast.)
„Maschinenlärminformations-Verordnung 3. GPSGV:
Der höchste Schalldruckpegel beträgt 70 dB(A) oder weniger gemäss EN ISO 7779“
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