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Eizo CG2730 User Manual
User’s Manual
Color Management LCD Monitor
Important
Please read PRECAUTIONS, this User’s Manual, and the Setup Guide
(separate volume) carefully to familiarize yourself with safe and
effective usage.
• Please refer to the Setup Guide for basic information ranging from
connection of the monitor to a PC to using the monitor.
• The latest User’s Manual is available for download from our web site:
www.eizoglobal.com
Location of Caution Statement
WARNING
AVERTISSEMENT
WARNUNG
This product has been adjusted specifically for use in the region to which it was originally shipped. If
operated outside this region, the product may not perform as stated in the specifications.
No part of this 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 Corporation.
EIZO Corporation is under no obligation to hold any submitted material or information confidential unless
prior arrangements are made pursuant to EIZO 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.
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Notice for This Monitor
Aside from general purposes like creating documents and viewing multimedia content, this product is also
suited to applications such as creating images and graphics, 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 when the following are used:
• Power cords provided with the product
• Signal cables specified by us
Only use optional products manufactured or specified by us with this product.
If you place this product on a lacquer-coated desk, the color may adhere to the bottom of the stand due to
the composition of the rubber. Check the desk surface before use.
It takes about 3 minutes (under our measurement conditions) for the performance of electrical parts to
stabilize. Please wait 30 minutes or more after the monitor power has been turned on, and then adjust the
monitor.
Monitors should be set to a lower brightness to reduce changes in luminosity caused by long-term use and
maintain a stable display.
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.
If the monitor displays continuously over a long period of time, dark smudges or burn-in may appear. To
maximize the life of the monitor, we recommend the monitor be turned off periodically.
Periodic cleaning is recommended to keep the monitor looking new and to prolong its operation lifetime (refer
to “Cleaning” (page 4)).
The LCD panel is manufactured using high-precision technology. Although, missing pixels or lit pixels may
appear on the LCD panel, this is not a malfunction. Percentage of effective dots: 99.9994 % or higher.
The backlight of the LCD panel has a fixed lifetime. When the screen becomes dark or begins to flicker,
please contact your local EIZO representative.
Do not press on the panel or edge of the frame strongly, as this may result in display malfunctions, such
as interference patterns, etc. If pressure is continually applied to the panel, it may deteriorate or damage
your panel. (If the pressure marks remain on the panel, leave the monitor with a black or white screen. The
symptom may disappear.)
Do not scratch or press on the panel with any sharp objects, as this may result in damage to the panel. Do
not attempt to brush with tissues as this may scratch the panel.
Notice for This Monitor
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When the monitor is cold and brought into a room or the room temperature goes up quickly, dew
condensation may occur on the interior and exterior surfaces of the monitor. In that case, do not turn the
monitor on. Instead wait until the dew condensation disappears, otherwise it may cause some damage to
the monitor.
Cleaning
Attention
• Chemicals such as alcohol and antiseptic solution may cause gloss variation, tarnishing, and fading of the cabinet
or panel, and also quality deterioration of the image.
• Never use any thinner, benzene, wax, and abrasive cleaner, which may damage the cabinet or panel.
The stains on the cabinet and panel surface can be removed by using the provided ScreenCleaner.
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.
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Notice for This Monitor
Contents
Notice for This Monitor.......................................... 3
Chapter 6
Reference......................................... 39
Cleaning..................................................................... 4
6-1.
Removing the Stand.................................... 39
To Use the Monitor Comfortably............................. 4
6-2.
Attaching the Optional Arm........................ 40
Contents.................................................................. 5
6-3.
Attaching/Detaching the Cable Holder..... 42
Chapter 1
6-4.
Connecting Multiple External Devices...... 43
6-5.
Making Use of USB (Universal Serial
Bus)................................................................ 44
Introduction........................................ 6
1-1.
Features.......................................................... 6
1-2.
Controls and Functions................................ 8
1-3.
Compatible Resolutions..............................10
●●Front................................................................. 8
●●Rear.................................................................. 9
●●Required System Environment...................... 44
●●Connection Procedure (Setup of USB
Function)......................................................... 45
●●DVI...................................................................10
●●DisplayPort......................................................11
●●HDMI...............................................................12
6-6.
●●Windows 10.....................................................13
●●Windows 8.1 / Windows 7...............................13
●●macOS............................................................14
Chapter 7
1-4.
Changing the PC Display Settings.............13
Chapter 2
Specifications.............................................. 46
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Outside Dimensions....................................... 48
Main Default Settings..................................... 49
Accessories.................................................... 49
Glossary........................................... 50
Appendix............................................................... 52
Trademark................................................................ 52
Basic Adjustments/Settings........... 15
License..................................................................... 52
2-1.
Switch Operation Method............................15
FCC Declaration of Conformity............................. 53
2-2.
Switching Input Signals...............................15
2-3.
Switching the Display Mode (color mode).....16
●●
Display Modes.................................................16
2-4.
Adjusting the Brightness.............................16
Chapter 3
3-1.
3-2.
Advanced Adjustments/Settings..... 17
Basic Operation of the Setting Menu.........17
Setting Menu Functions...............................19
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Color................................................................19
SelfCalibration.................................................24
Signal............................................................. 27
Preferences.................................................... 29
Languages..................................................... 32
Information..................................................... 32
Chapter 4
Administrator Settings.................... 33
4-1.
Basic Operation of the "Administrator
Settings" Menu............................................. 33
4-2.
"Administrator Settings" Menu
Functions...................................................... 34
Chapter 5
Troubleshooting............................... 35
5-1.
No Picture..................................................... 35
5-2.
Imaging Problems........................................ 36
5-3.
Other Problems.............................................37
5-4.
Built-in Calibration Sensor and
SelfCalibration Problems............................ 38
Contents
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Chapter 1 Introduction
Thank you very much for choosing an EIZO color LCD monitor.
1-1. Features
•• 27″ widescreen
•• Wide color gamut display (Adobe® RGB coverage: 99 %)
•• Achieves contrast ratio of 1500:1*1
A high contrast ratio allows for display of crisper black.
*1 Standard value. When "DUE Priority" is set to "Brightness"
•• Resolution: Supports 2560×1440
•• IPS panel with 178˚ horizontal and vertical wide viewing angles
•• The monitor display stabilizes within approximately 3 minutes after the monitor is turned on.*2
*2 According to EIZO measurement conditions. However, if performing SelfCalibration (page 24),
it is necessary to wait at least 30 minutes after turning on the power, in order to obtain correct measurement
results.
•• Frame synchronization mode supported (23.75 - 30.5 Hz, 47.5 - 61.0 Hz)
•• Color mode function
Reproduces a color temperature, gamma, and gamut compliant with the following standards.
-- Adobe® RGB / sRGB
See “Chapter 3 Advanced Adjustments/Settings” (page 17)
•• This product is equipped with a built-in calibration sensor, and supports SelfCalibration in which the
monitor executes calibration independently.
See “SelfCalibration” (page 24)
•• Compatible with Color Management Software “ColorNavigator 7”, which enables you to calibrate
monitor characteristics and generate color profiles
•• Equipped with a USB Hub function that supports USB 3.0
Achieves high-speed data transfers of up to 5 Gbps, which enables transfers of large amounts of data to and
from USB memory devices in a short amount time.
Also, the
USB downstream port supports quick charging, so you can recharge your smartphone or
tablet in a short period of time.
See “6-5. Making Use of USB (Universal Serial Bus)” (page 44) and “USB CHARGE Port” (page 30)
•• Displays HDCP (High Bandwidth Digital Protection) protected content.
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Attention
Be careful of the following points when using the built-in calibration sensor.
Do not touch the built-in calibration sensor.
It may reduce the measurement accuracy of the built-in calibration sensor, or result in injury
or equipment damage.
Attention
•• A high temperature or high humidity environment may affect the measurement accuracy of the built-in
calibration sensor. We suggest storing and using the monitor under the following conditions.
--Temperature 30ºC or less
--Humidity 70 % or less
Avoid storing or using the sensor where it may be exposed to direct sunlight.
•• Since the measurement result for the built-in sensor may be affected, ensure that the level of ambient light
that enters the receiver part of the built-in sensor does not change significantly during measuring. Do not
touch the screen while measurement is in progress.
--The use of a monitor hood is recommended.
--While measuring, do not bring your face or any objects close to the monitor, do not look into the sensor.
--Set the monitor in the environment so that external light does not enter the sensor directly.
Note
•• This monitor supports a portrait orientation display. When using the screen in a portrait position, you can
change the orientation of the Setting menu (see “Menu Rotation” (page 29)).
•• When using the monitor screen in a 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 User’s Manual of the graphics board for details.
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1-2. Controls and Functions
●●Front
1
Approx. 30°
Setting menu *1
3
2
1. Built-in calibration sensor
Executes calibration for independent monitors.
“SelfCalibration” (page 24) (Self calibration)
Attention
•• Do not touch the sensor as this will affect the measurement
accuracy.
2. Operation switches
3. Power switch
Displays menus. Operate the switches according to the operation
guide.
The switch indicator is lit white when you turn the power on.
Turns the power on or off.
The switch indicator is lit when you turn the power on. The indicator
color differs depending on the monitor's operation status.
White
: Operating
Flashing white
(quickly twice)
: Indicates that recalibration is required if the
SelfCalibration schedule (page 25) is set.
Orange
: Power saving mode
OFF
: Power off
*1 See “3-1. Basic Operation of the Setting Menu” (page 17) for how to use.
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●●Rear
9
8
10
11
12
4
5
4. Main power switch
6
7
Turns the main power on or off.
: On
: Off
5. Power connector
Connects the power cord.
6. Input signal connectors
Left: DVI-D connector
Center: HDMI connector
Right: DisplayPort connector
Connects to the USB cable when using software that requires a USB
connection, or when using the USB Hub function (page 44).
Connects to a peripheral USB device.
The
port supports quick recharging (page 30).
7. USB upstream port
8. USB downstream port
9. Handle
This handle is used for transportation.
Attention
•• Firmly grasp and hold the monitor by the bottom while grabbing the
handle, and carefully convey the monitor so as not to drop it. Do not
hold the sensor section on the front side of the monitor.
10. Security lock slot
11. Stand*2
Complies with Kensington’s MicroSaver security system.
Adjusts the height and angle (tilt and swivel) of the monitor.
Attention
•• When adjusting the height or angle, do not hold the sensor section on
the front side of the monitor.
12. Cable holder *3
Covers the monitor cables.
*2 An optional arm (or an optional stand) can be attached by removing the stand section (see “6-1.
Removing the Stand” (page 39)).
*3 For details on mounting the cable holder, see “6-3. Attaching/Detaching the Cable Holder” (page 42).
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1-3. Compatible Resolutions
The monitor supports the following resolutions.
●●DVI
Resolution
Dot
clock
Horizontal
scanning
frequency
Vertical
scanning
frequency
DVI
(Dual Link*1)
DVI
(Single Link*1)
640 x 480
25.175 MHz
31.469 kHz
59.940 Hz
√
√
640 x 480
25.200 MHz
31.500 kHz
60.000 Hz
√*3
√*3
720 x 400
28.322 MHz
31.469 kHz
70.087 Hz
√
√
800 x 600
40.000 MHz
37.879 kHz
60.317 Hz
√
√
1024 x 768
65.000 MHz
48.363 kHz
60.004 Hz
√
√
1280 x 720p
74.250 MHz
37.500 kHz
50.000 Hz
√*3
√*3
1280 x 720p
74.250 MHz
45.000 kHz
60.000 Hz
√*3
√*3
1280 x 960
108.000 MHz
60.000 kHz
60.000 Hz
√
√
1280 x 1024
108.000 MHz
63.981 kHz
60.020 Hz
√
√
1600 x 1200
162.000 MHz
75.000 kHz
60.000 Hz
√
√
1680 x 1050
119.000 MHz
64.674 kHz
59.883 Hz
√*3
√*3
1680 x 1050
146.250 MHz
65.290 kHz
59.954 Hz
√*3
√*3
1920 x 1080
138.500 MHz
66.587 kHz
59.934 Hz
√
√
1920 x 1080p
74.250 MHz
27.000 kHz
24.000 Hz
√*3
√*3
1920 x 1080p
74.250 MHz
28.125 kHz
25.000 Hz
√*3
√*3
1920 x 1080p
74.250 MHz
33.750 kHz
30.000 Hz
√*3
√*3
1920 x 1080p
148.500 MHz
56.250 kHz
50.000 Hz
√*3
√*3
1920 x 1080p
148.500 MHz
67.500 kHz
60.000 Hz
√
√
1920 x 1200
154.000 MHz
74.038 kHz
59.950 Hz
√
√
*3
√*3
2048 x 1080
74.250 MHz
27.000 kHz
24.000 Hz
√
2560 x 1440*2
146.250 MHz
43.945 kHz
29.935 Hz
-
√
2560 x 1440*2
241.500 MHz
88.787 kHz
59.951 Hz
√
-
*1 “Signal Format” (page 34) must be set.
*2 Recommended resolution
*3 The output device must be defined. Refer to the User’s Manual of the output device for further details.
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●●DisplayPort
Resolution
Dot
clock
Horizontal
scanning
frequency
Vertical scanning
frequency
DisplayPort
640 x 480
25.175 MHz
31.469 kHz
59.940 Hz
√
640 x 480
25.200 MHz
31.500 kHz
60.000 Hz
√*2
720 x 400
28.322 MHz
31.469 kHz
70.087 Hz
√
720 x 480p (4:3)
27.027 MHz
31.500 kHz
60.000 Hz
√*2
720 x 480p (16:9)
27.027 MHz
31.500 kHz
60.000 Hz
√*2
800 x 600
40.000 MHz
37.879 kHz
60.317 Hz
√
1024 x 768
65.000 MHz
48.363 kHz
60.004 Hz
√
1280 x 720p
74.250 MHz
37.500 kHz
50.000 Hz
√*2
1280 x 720p
74.250 MHz
45.000 kHz
60.000 Hz
√*2
1280 x 960
108.000 MHz
60.000 kHz
60.000 Hz
√
1280 x 1024
108.000 MHz
63.981 kHz
60.020 Hz
√
1600 x 1200
162.000 MHz
75.000 kHz
60.000 Hz
√
1680 x 1050
119.000 MHz
64.674 kHz
59.883 Hz
√*2
1680 x 1050
146.250 MHz
65.290 kHz
59.954 Hz
√*2
1920 x 1080
138.500 MHz
66.587 kHz
59.934 Hz
√
1920 x 1080p
74.250 MHz
27.000 kHz
24.000 Hz
√*2
1920 x 1080p
74.250 MHz
28.125 kHz
25.000 Hz
√*2
1920 x 1080p
74.250 MHz
33.750 kHz
30.000 Hz
√*2
1920 x 1080p
148.500 MHz
56.250 kHz
50.000 Hz
√*2
1920 x 1080p
148.500 MHz
67.500 kHz
60.000 Hz
√
1920 x 1200
154.000 MHz
74.038 kHz
59.950 Hz
√
2048 x 1080
74.250 MHz
27.000 kHz
24.000 Hz
√*2
2560 x 1440*1
146.250 MHz
43.945 kHz
29.935 Hz
√*2
2560 x 1440*1
241.500 MHz
88.787 kHz
59.951 Hz
√
*1 Recommended resolution
*2 The output device must be defined. Refer to the User’s Manual of the output device for further details.
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●●HDMI
Resolution
Dot
clock
Horizontal
scanning
frequency
Vertical
scanning
frequency
HDMI
640 x 480
25.175 MHz
31.469 kHz
59.940 Hz
√
640 x 480
25.200 MHz
31.500 kHz
60.000 Hz
√
720 x 400
28.322 MHz
31.469 kHz
70.087 Hz
√
720 (1440) × 480i (4:3)
27.027 MHz
15.750 kHz
60.000 Hz
√
720 (1440) × 480i (16:9)
27.027 MHz
15.750 kHz
60.000 Hz
√
720 x 480p (4:3)
27.027 MHz
31.500 kHz
60.000 Hz
√
720 x 480p (16:9)
27.027 MHz
31.500 kHz
60.000 Hz
√
720 (1440) × 576i (4:3)
27.000 MHz
15.625 kHz
50.000 Hz
√
720 (1440) × 576i (16:9)
27.000 MHz
15.625 kHz
50.000 Hz
√
720 x 576p (4:3)
27.000 MHz
31.250 kHz
50.000 Hz
√
720 x 576p (16:9)
27.000 MHz
31.250 kHz
50.000 Hz
√
800 x 600
40.000 MHz
37.879 kHz
60.317 Hz
√
1024 x 768
65.000 MHz
48.363 kHz
60.004 Hz
√
1280 x 720p
74.250 MHz
37.500 kHz
50.000 Hz
√
1280 x 720p
74.250 MHz
45.000 kHz
60.000 Hz
√
1280 x 960
108.000 MHz
60.000 kHz
60.000 Hz
√
1280 x 1024
108.000 MHz
63.981 kHz
60.020 Hz
√
1600 x 1200
162.000 MHz
75.000 kHz
60.000 Hz
√
1680 x 1050
119.000 MHz
64.674 kHz
59.883 Hz
√*2
1680 x 1050
146.250 MHz
65.290 kHz
59.954 Hz
√*2
1920 x 1080
138.500 MHz
66.587 kHz
59.934 Hz
√
1920 x 1080i
74.250 MHz
28.125 kHz
50.000 Hz
√
1920 x 1080i
74.250 MHz
33.750 kHz
60.000 Hz
√
1920 x 1080p
74.250 MHz
27.000 kHz
24.000 Hz
√
1920 x 1080p
74.250 MHz
28.125 kHz
25.000 Hz
√
1920 x 1080p
74.250 MHz
33.750 kHz
30.000 Hz
√
1920 x 1080p
148.500 MHz
56.250 kHz
50.000 Hz
√
1920 x 1080p
148.500 MHz
67.500 kHz
60.000 Hz
√
1920 x 1200
154.000 MHz
74.038 kHz
59.950 Hz
√
2560 x 1440
*1
146.250 MHz
43.945 kHz
29.935 Hz
√
2560 x 1440
*1
241.500 MHz
88.787 kHz
59.951 Hz
√
*1 Recommended resolution
*2 The output device must be defined. Refer to the User’s Manual of the output device for further details.
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1-4. Changing the PC Display Settings
If the screen is not properly displayed after connecting the monitor to a PC, follow the procedure below to
change the PC display settings.
●●Windows 10
1. Right-click anywhere on the desktop except for on icons to display the menu.
2. From the displayed menu, click “Display settings” to display the “Settings” screen.
3. If there are multiple monitors including the notebook PC screen connected to the computer,
select “Extend these displays” from the “Multiple displays” menu, and click “Keep changes” in the
confirmation screen. After changing the settings, select the monitor from the “Select and arrange
display” menu.
4. By checking the option “Make this my main display” from the “Multiple displays” menu, the display
of the monitor will be corrected.
5. Confirm that the monitor’s recommended resolution is set in the “Resolution” menu (the term
(Recommended) should be displayed after the resolution).
6. To change the size of letters and icons, select the preferred magnification level from the scaling (%)
menu.
7. When after changing these settings a message is displayed that prompts you to sign out, sign out
once and then sign in again.
●●Windows 8.1 / Windows 7
* For Windows 8.1, click the “Desktop” tile on the Start Screen to display the desktop.
1. Right-click anywhere on the desktop except for on icons to display the menu.
2. From the displayed menu, click “Screen resolution” to display the settings screen.
3. If there are multiple monitors including the notebook PC screen connected to the computer, select
“Extend these displays” from the “Multiple displays” menu, and click “Apply”. In the confirmation
screen, click “Keep changes”.
4. Select the monitor from the “Display” menu, check the option “Make this my main display”, and
click “Apply”. The display of the monitor will be corrected.
5. Confirm that the monitor’s recommended resolution is set in the “Resolution” menu (the term
(Recommended) should be displayed after the resolution).
6. To change the size of letters and icons, click “Make text and other items larger or smaller”, select
the preferred size from the settings screen, and click “Apply”.
7. When after changing settings a message is displayed that prompts you to sign out or log off, sign
out or log off once and then sign in or log on again.
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●●macOS
1. Select “System Preferences” from the Apple menu.
2. When the “System Preferences” panel is displayed, click “Displays”.
3. If there are multiple monitors including the notebook PC screen connected to the computer, open
the “Arrangement” tab and confirm that “Mirror displays” is not selected. If it is selected, clear it.
4. Select the “Display” tab, and confirm that “Default for display” of “Resolution” is selected. If it is not
selected, select it. This sets the correct resolution. Close the “System Preferences” menu. If there
are multiple monitors including the notebook PC screen connected to the computer, change the
settings for each monitor by using “Display”.
5. To select a different resolution, select “Scaled”, select a resolution from the resolution list (displayed
in list or icon format), and close the panel.
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Chapter 2 Basic Adjustments/Settings
This chapter describes the basic functions that can be adjusted and set by touching the switches on the front
of the monitor.
For advanced adjustment and setting procedures using the Setting menu, see “Chapter 3 Advanced
Adjustments/Settings” (page 17).
2-1. Switch Operation Method
1. Displaying the operation guide
1. Touch any switch (except
).
The operation guide appears on the screen.
2. Adjusting/setting
1. Touch a switch for adjustment/setting.
The Adjustment/Setting menu appears.
2. Use the switches to adjust/set the selected item, and then select
to confirm.
3. Exiting
1. Select
to exit the menu.
2. When no menu is displayed, the operation guide will automatically disappear after a few seconds
if no switches are operated.
Note
•• The contents of the guide will differ depending on the selected menu or status.
2-2. Switching Input Signals
When a monitor has multiple signal inputs, the signal to display on-screen can be changed.
When the input signal is switched, the connector name of the displayed signal appears at the bottom right
of the screen.
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2-3. Switching the Display Mode (color mode)
This function allows easy selection of a display mode according to monitor application.
●●Display Modes
Color Mode
Standard Mode
Custom
Adobe ® RGB
sRGB
Advanced Mode (CAL mode)
CAL1
CAL2
CAL3
Purpose
Adjust color using the Color Management Software “ColorNavigator 7” or
the monitor’s Setting menu.
Select for configuring color settings according to your preference.
Suitable for color matching with Adobe ® RGB compatible peripherals.
Suitable for color matching with sRGB compatible peripherals.
Adjusts the monitor's color using the monitor's SelfCalibration function or
the "ColorNavigator 7" color management software.
Displays the screen adjusted by ColorNavigator 7 and SelfCalibration.
Note
•• The Setting menu and the Mode names cannot be displayed at the same time.
•• You can disable specific mode selections. For more information, see “Mode Skip” (page 30).
•• In the default settings, available Advanced Mode (CAL modes) differ depending on each input signal.
-- CAL1: DVI
-- CAL2: DisplayPort
-- CAL3: HDMI
2-4. Adjusting the Brightness
The brightness of the screen can be adjusted to suit the installation environment or personal preference.
Adjustable Range
40 cd/m2 to 400 cd/m2
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Chapter 3 Advanced Adjustments/Settings
This chapter describes the advanced monitor adjustment and setting procedures using the Setting menu.
For the basic adjustment/setting functions using the switches on the front of the monitor, see “Chapter 2
Basic Adjustments/Settings” (page 15).
3-1. Basic Operation of the Setting Menu
1. Menu display
1. Touch any switch (except
).
The operation guide appears.
2. Select
.
The Setting menu appears.
2. Adjusting/setting
1. Choose a menu to adjust/set with
, and then select
.
, and then press
.
, and then select
.
The Sub menu appears.
2. Choose an item to adjust/set with
The Adjustment/Setting menu appears.
3. Adjust/set the selected item with
The Sub menu appears.
Selecting
during adjustment/setting will cancel the adjustment/setting and restore the state prior to
making changes.
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3. Exiting
1. Select
.
The Setting menu appears.
2. Select
.
The Setting menu exits.
Note
•• The contents of the guide will differ depending on the selected menu or status.
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3-2. Setting Menu Functions
●●Color
The setting details differ depending on the color mode selected.
When the color mode is Standard Mode (Custom / Adobe®RGB / sRGB)
Each color mode setting status can be adjusted according to personal preference.
Attention
•• The same image may be seen in different colors on multiple monitors due to differences between individual
monitors. Make fine color adjustment visually when matching colors on multiple monitors.
Note
•• Use the values shown in "cd/m2 ", "K" and "%" as a guide only.
Function
Adjustable
Range
Description
Color Mode
Switch to the desired mode according to the monitor application.
Custom
Adobe ® RGB
Note
sRGB
•• For more information on how to switch modes, see “2-3. Switching
CAL1
the Display Mode (color mode)” (page 16).
CAL2
•• Regarding "CAL1 / CAL2 / CAL3" see page 22.
CAL3
Brightness
40 cd/m2
The screen brightness is adjusted by changing the brightness of the
to 400 cd/m2 backlight (light source from the LCD back panel).
Note
•• If the entered value cannot be set, the value will appear in
magenta. In such a case, change the value.
Temperature
Native
4000 K to
10000 K
Adobe ® RGB
sRGB
The color temperature can be adjusted.
The color temperature is used to express the hue of "White" or
"Black" by a numerical value. The value is expressed in degrees "K"
(Kelvin).
The screen becomes reddish at a low color temperature, and bluish
at a high color temperature, like the temperature of a flame.
Specify a color temperature in units of 100 K, or select a standard
name.
Note
•• When you select "Native", the original color of the monitor (Gain:
100 % for each RGB) is displayed.
•• “Gain” allows you to perform more advanced adjustment. When
gain is changed, the color temperature is changed to “User”.
•• The gain preset values are set for each color temperature setting
value.
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Function
Adjustable
Range
Description
Adjust the gamma.
1.6 to 2.7
Adobe ® RGB The brightness of the monitor varies depending on the input signal,
however, the variation rate is not simply proportional to the input
sRGB
signal. The control performed to keep the balance between the input
signal and the brightness of the monitor is called “Gamma correction”.
Gamma
Set the gamma, or select a standard name.
Color Gamut
Native
Set the color reproduction area (color gamut).
Adobe ® RGB "Color Gamut" is the range of colors that devices such as monitors, digital
cameras and printers can represent. Multiple standards are defined.
sRGB
Note
•• Select "Native", to display the original color gamut of the monitor.
•• The method of displaying colors outside the monitor's displayable
range within the defined color gamut can be set. For more
information, see “Clipping” (page 20).
Advanced Hue
Settings
-100 to 100
Adjust the hue.
Note
•• Using this function may make some color gradations unavailable
for display.
Saturation
-100 to 100
Adjust the color saturation.
Note
•• Using this function may make some color gradations unavailable
for display.
•• The minimum value (-100) changes the screen to monochrome.
Clipping
On
Off
The method of displaying colors outside the monitor's displayable
range within the color gamut specified in accordance with ”Color
Gamut” (page 20) can be set.
•• "On"
The range of colors that are
displayable on the monitor
will be accurately displayed in
accordance with the standard.
Colors outside the displayable
range will be saturated.
•• "Off"
Displays colors with priority on the
color gradation rather than the color
accuracy. The vertices of the color
gamut defined in the standard move
to a range that can be displayed by
the monitor. This allows the closest
colors displayable by the monitor to
be displayed.
Color gamut displayable by the monitor
Color gamut defined by standard
Color gamut displayed on screen
Note
•• The diagrams shown above are conceptual diagrams, and they do
not display the actual color gamut of the monitor.
•• This setting will be disabled if "Native" is selected at “Color Gamut”
(page 20).
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Function
Advanced Gain
Settings
Adjustable
Range
Description
0 % to 100 % The brightness of each color component red, green, and blue is
called Gain. The hue of "white" can be changed by adjusting the gain.
Note
•• Using this function may make some color gradations unavailable
for display.
•• The gain value changes according to the color temperature.
•• When gain is changed, the color temperature is changed to “User”.
6 Colors
Reset
-100 to 100
The hue, saturation and lightness can each be adjusted for the colors
Magenta, Red, Yellow, Green, Cyan, and Blue.
-
Resets any color adjustments for the currently selected color mode back
to the default settings.
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When the color mode is Advanced Mode (CAL mode: CAL1 / CAL2 / CAL3)
You can set the calibration targets, and check the calibration results, for SelfCalibration.
SelfCalibration is a function that automatically operates a calibration sensor built in to the monitor to
periodically calibrate the monitor. For more information, see “SelfCalibration” (page 24).
Adjustable
Range
Function
Description
Color Mode
Custom
Switch to the desired mode according to the monitor
Adobe ® RGB application.
sRGB
Note
CAL1
•• For more information on how to switch modes, see “2-3.
CAL2
Switching the Display Mode (color mode)” (page 16).
CAL3
•• Before setting the calibration targets for SelfCalibration,
select the color mode (CAL1 / CAL2 / CAL3) to apply to the
target.
•• Regarding "Custom / Adobe ® RGB / sRGB", see page 19.
SelfCalibration
On
Off
Switch between SelfCalibration enabled/disabled for the
currently selected color mode.
30 cd/m2 to
200 cd/m2
0.2400 to
0.4500
After setting "On", set a SelfCalibration target in the next
"Target".
Set the brightness that will be used as a calibration target for
SelfCalibration.
Set the White Point that will be used as a calibration target for
SelfCalibration.
Set the White Point using the color coordinates (White(x) /
White(y)) or color temperature.
Target
Brightness
White
Point
White(x)
White(y)
Temperature 4000 K to
10000 K
Adobe ® RGB
When specifying color coordinates, set the values for
sRGB
"White(x)" and "White(y)", respectively.
When specifying the color temperature, set the color
temperature in units of 100 K, or select a standard name.
Note
•• When color coordinates are specified, the color temperature
is changed to "User".
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Adjustable
Range
Function
Target
Color Gamut
Gamut
Settings
Red(x)
Red(y)
Green(x)
Green(y)
Blue(x)
Blue(y)
Clipping
Gamma
Description
Native
Set the color gamut that will be used as a calibration target for
Adobe ® RGB SelfCalibration.
sRGB
In "Color Gamut", the color gamut defined by each standard
0.0000 to
can be selected.
1.0000
To set a color gamut other than those specified by each
standard, specify the color coordinates of each RGB color,
and the display method ("Clipping") of colors outside the
displayable range of the monitor in"Gamut Settings".
On
Off
Note
•• When you select "Native" in "Color Gamut", the preset color
gamut of the monitor is displayed.
•• When color coordinates are specified in the color gamut
settings, the color gamut is changed to "User".
1.6 to 2.7
Set the gamma that will be used as a calibration target for
Adobe ® RGB SelfCalibration.
sRGB
L*
Set the gamma, or select the gamma curve defined by each
standard.
Note
•• The gamma becomes "Fixed" when adjusting with
ColorNavigator 7.
•• When "L*" is selected, the gamma curve that is defined in
CIE1976 as providing perceptually uniform results is applied.
Result
Reset
Calibration Result
Last Time
Usage Time
-
The previous SelfCalibration results can be checked.
The previous SelfCalibration execution date is displayed.
The monitor usage time since the previous SelfCalibration is
displayed.
Resets any calibration targets for the currently selected color
mode back to the default settings.
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●●SelfCalibration
This product is equipped with a built-in calibration sensor. By setting the calibration targets and
execution schedule in advance, the calibration sensor automatically operates and regularly calibrates
the monitor. This automatic calibration function is called "SelfCalibration".
The adjustment content of SelfCalibration differs depending on the color mode that is executed.
•• Advanced Mode (CAL mode: CAL1 / CAL2 / CAL3):
-- When performing SelfCalibration on the monitor itself, calibrate the monitor to match the set targets.
-- When using ColorNavigator 7, use ColorNavigator 7 and a measurement device to maintain the
calibrated state of the monitor.
•• Standard Mode (color mode excluding CAL1 / CAL2 / CAL3): the monitor's color reproduction
gamut is updated and each display mode in Standard Mode is adjusted as follows:
-- The temperature is adjusted so that it is as close as possible to the specified value.
-- The gamut values are adjusted so that they are close to each specified value.
-- Information on brightness is updated.
You can set the calibration targets and execution schedule in the monitor's Setting menu or in
ColorNavigator 7.
In this section, the settings for executing SelfCalibration on the monitor as a standalone unit are
explained. For the settings in ColorNavigator 7, refer to the ColorNavigator 7 User's Manual.
Attention
•• It is necessary to wait at least 30 minutes after turning on the power, in order to obtain correct measurement
results.
Note
•• When the main power of the monitor is on, SelfCalibration can also be executed when there are no PC
signals being input.
•• Because brightness and chromaticity will change as you use the monitor, it is recommended to calibrate the
monitor periodically.
•• The measurement results from the built-in calibration sensor can be correlated with the measurement
results from the external measurement device that you want to use as a reference. For details, refer to the
ColorNavigator 7 User's Manual.
Procedure
Use the following procedure to set up SelfCalibration. The steps differ according to the color mode
used for executing SelfCalibration.
Advanced Mode (CAL mode)
1. In "Color", set the following functions:
•• "Color Mode": Select the color mode to apply
for SelfCalibration.
•• "SelfCalibration": Set to "On".
•• "Target": Set a calibration target for
SelfCalibration.
2. In "SelfCalibration", set the following
functions:
•• "Settings": Set the calibration schedule and
monitor date and time for SelfCalibration.
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Standard Mode
1. In "SelfCalibration", set the following functions:
•• "Settings": Set the calibration schedule and
monitor date and time for SelfCalibration.
•• "Standard Mode": Set "SelfCalibration" to
"On".
Adjustable
Range
Function
Execute
-
Description
SelfCalibration can be executed manually
regardless of the schedule.
Note
•• After selecting "Execute", warming up (after the
power to the monitor is switched on, leaving
the monitor on for a certain period of time until
the display becomes stable) may be executed
before the built-in calibration sensor comes out.
Settings
Schedule
Start time
Power Save
Immediately
Off
Select the timing to execute SelfCalibration
upon reaching the time set in the schedule.
•• "Power Save"
To be executed under any of the following
conditions.
--When the monitor is in “Power Save”
mode or power is off at the set time.
-- The monitor shifts to the power saving
mode or the power is turned off when the
time period set in the schedule has elapsed.
•• "Immediately"
SelfCalibration is executed immediately at
the set time.
•• "Off"
SelfCalibration is not executed.
Note
•• Upon reaching the set time, the power
indicator will blink in white (quickly twice).
Frequency
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
Quarterly
Biannually
Annually
Usage Time
Select the SelfCalibration execution cycle.
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Adjustable
Range
Function
Settings
Schedule
Timing
Week
Jan/Apr/Jul/Oct
Feb/May/Aug/
Nov
Mar/Jun/Sep/Dec
Jan/Jul
Feb/Aug
Mar/Sep
Apr/Oct
May/Nov
Jun/Dec
Jan to Dec
Every 50 hours
to Every 500
hours
1st week
to 5th week
Description
When the execution cycle is "Quarterly",
"Biannually", "Annually", or "Usage Time",
select the timing for executing SelfCalibration.
The setting range differs depending on the
execution cycle setting.
•• "Quarterly":
Jan/Apr/Jul/Oct, Feb/May/Aug/Nov, Mar/
Jun/Sep/Dec
•• "Biannually":
Jan/Jul, Feb/Aug, Mar/Sep, Apr/Oct, May/
Nov, Jun/Dec
•• "Annually":
Jan to Dec
•• "Usage Time":
Every 50 hours to Every 500 hours
When the execution cycle is "Monthly",
"Quarterly", "Biannually", or "Annually", select
the week for executing SelfCalibration.
Note
•• When no day has been selected for "Day" in
the selected week, the week of execution will
be as follows:
-- When the selected week is "1st week": 2nd
week
-- When the selected week is "5th week": 4th
week
Day
Monday to
Sunday
Time
0:00 to 11:55 PM
Clock Adjustment
-
When the execution cycle is "Weekly",
"Monthly", "Quarterly", "Biannually", or
"Annually", select the day for executing
SelfCalibration.
When the execution cycle is "Daily", "Weekly",
"Monthly", "Quarterly", "Biannually", or
"Annually", select the time for executing
SelfCalibration.
Set the monitor date and time.
Note
•• When the clock has not been set, the
schedule will not be applied.
•• If the main power supply is disconnected for
an extended period of time, the clock may
need resetting.
•• When ColorNavigator 7 is started, the date
and time are automatically set. For details,
refer to the ColorNavigator 7 User's Manual.
Standard SelfCalibration
Mode
Result
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On
Off
Switch between enabling/disabling the
SelfCalibration function.
Last Time
-
Usage Time
-
The previous SelfCalibration execution date is
displayed.
The monitor usage time since the previous
SelfCalibration is displayed.
Chapter 3 Advanced Adjustments/Settings
●●Signal
The signal settings are used to configure advanced settings for input signals, such as the screen
display size and color format.
Function
Picture Expansion
Adjustable Range
*1
Auto
Full Screen
Aspect Ratio
Dot by Dot
Description
The screen size of the monitor display can be changed.
•• "Auto"
The monitor automatically changes the screen size
according to the resolution information and aspect ratio
information from the input signal.
•• "Full Screen"
Displays an image in full screen. Images are distorted in
some cases because the vertical rate is not equal to the
horizontal rate.
•• "Aspect Ratio"
Displays an image in full screen. However, since aspect
ratios are maintained, part of an image may not be visible
in horizontal or vertical direction.
•• "Dot by Dot"
Displays the image at the set resolution or at the size
specified by the input signal.
Note
•• Example settings
--Full Screen
--Aspect Ratio
--Dot by Dot
(Input Signal)
*1 Only enabled when input signal information according to which the setting can be automatically
determined is detected during HDMI input
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Function
Input Color Format
Adjustable Range
*2
Auto
YUV 4:2:2*3
YUV 4:4:4*3
YUV*4
RGB
Description
The color space of the input signal can be specified.
Try changing this setting if colors are not displayed correctly.
Note
•• This cannot be configured when DVI input is used. The color
space for DVI input is always set to "RGB".
*2 Only enabled when input signal information according to which the setting can be automatically
determined is detected
*3 Only enabled during HDMI input
*4 Only enabled during DisplayPort input
Function
Input Range
Adjustable Range
*5
Auto
Full
Limited (109 % white)
Limited
Description
Depending on the external device, the black and white levels
in the video signal output to the monitor may be restricted. If
the signal is displayed on the monitor in its restricted form,
the blacks will be faint, the whites dull, and contrast will
be reduced. The brightness range of such signals can be
extended to match the actual contrast ratio of the monitor.
•• "Auto"
The monitor automatically recognizes the brightness range of
input signals and displays images appropriately.
•• "Full"
The input signal brightness range is not extended.
•• "Limited (109% white)"
The brightness range of the input signal is extended from
16 - 254 (10 bits: 64 - 1019) to 0 - 255 (10 bits: 0 - 1023) for
display.
•• "Limited"
The brightness range of the input signal is extended from
16 - 235 (10 bits: 64 - 940) to 0 - 255 (10 bits: 0 - 1023) for
display.
*5 Only enabled during DisplayPort input or HDMI input
Function
Noise Reduction
Adjustable Range
On
Off
Description
The small noises that occur in dark areas of an image are
reduced. Use this function to reduce noise and roughness in
images.
Note
•• This can only be set during HDMI input.
•• Using the Noise Reduction function may lead to
deterioration of fine images.
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●●Preferences
The monitor’s settings can be configured to suit the usage environment or personal preference.
Function
Adjustable Range
Auto Input Detection On
Off
Description
When this function is set to "On", the monitor automatically
recognizes the connector through which signals are input, so
that the screen can be displayed. When an external device
enters the power saving mode, the monitor automatically
displays another signal.
When set to "Off", the monitor displays the signal from the
selected connector regardless of whether a signal is input or
not. In this case, select the input signal to display using the
operation switch (
) on the front of the monitor.
Note
•• When the main power is turned on/off, the signal is detected
automatically regardless of the setting for this function.
Menu Rotation
0°
90°
This function allows you to change the orientation of the
Setting menu to align with the installation orientation.
Note
•• Be sure that the cables are correctly connected.
•• When using the monitor screen in a 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 User’s
Manual of the graphics board for details.
•• When using the monitor in a portrait position, rotate the
monitor after pulling up the screen to the uppermost position
of the stand and setting the screen tilted upward.
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Function
Adjustable Range
USB CHARGE Port Normal
Charging Only
Description
The
USB downstream port of the monitor supports
USB 3.0 quick charging. By changing this setting to "Charging
Only", devices connected to the
port can be charged
more quickly than when using the "Normal" setting.
Note
•• Make sure to complete any communication between connected
USB devices and the PC before switching this setting. When
the setting is switched, all communication will be temporarily
interrupted.
•• Devices that are connected to the
port must support
quick charging.
•• When "Charging Only" is set, data communications between
the PC and connected devices via the
port are not
possible, and therefore, connected devices will not work.
•• When "Charging Only" is set, charging is possible even
when the monitor and PC are not connected by USB cable.
Power Save
On
Off
This function allows you to set the monitor to the power saving
mode, depending on the state of an external device connected
to it.
The monitor changes to power saving mode about 15 seconds
after signal input ceases to be detected. When the monitor has
shifted to power saving mode, images are not displayed on the
screen.
•• Exiting power saving mode
--If the monitor receives input, it automatically exits power
saving mode and returns to the normal display mode.
Note
Indicator
Beep
Input Skip
Off
1 to 7
On
Off
•• At the time of shifting to power saving mode, a message that
indicates the transition is displayed 5 seconds in advance.
•• When you are not using the monitor, switch off the main
power to cut power consumption.
•• When the monitor is in power saving mode, devices
connected to the USB downstream port will still work.
Therefore, power consumption of the monitor varies
depending on the connected devices, even in the power
saving mode.
The brightness of the power switch and the operation switches
when the screen is displayed can be set. (Default setting: 4)
You can turn off the beep that sounds each time a switch is
operated.
Skip
-
This function allows skipping of input signals that will not be
used when the input signals are switched.
Note
Mode Skip
Skip
-
•• Not all input signals can be set to “Skip”.
This function allows skipping of modes that will not be used
when selecting modes. Please use this function if display
modes are limited, or if you want to prevent randomly changing
the display status.
Note
•• Not all modes can be set to “Skip”.
•• In the default settings, available Advanced modes (CAL
modes) differ depending on each input signal.
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Function
USB Selection
Adjustable Range
USB-1
USB-2
Description
When two PCs are connected to the same monitor, input
signals can be associated with the USB upstream port. This
enables the USB port to be switched automatically when the
input signal is switched. You do not need to change the USB
cable connection even when the same monitor is calibrated for
the two PCs. Furthermore, you can connect USB devices such
as a mouse or keyboard to the monitor, and use these devices
from the two PCs.
Note
•• A cap is installed on the USB-2 port before the product is
shipped. Remove the cap when using the USB-2 port.
•• In order to use the USB ports by switching from one to the
other, two USB cables are required. You need to have one
more cable available.
•• Before changing any settings, remove any USB memory or
other storage devices from the monitor. Otherwise, data may
be lost or damaged.
•• The key arrangement of the keyboard cannot be changed.
•• When the "Auto Input Detection" function is set to "On", the
USB port is switched according to the input signal.
•• The USB downstream port operates for the computer from
which images are being displayed.
Monitor Reset
-
Restore all settings to their default values except for the
following settings.
•• Settings in the "Administrator Settings" menu
•• The "Settings" - "Clock Adjustment" item in the
"SelfCalibration" menu
•• The "USB Selection" item in the "Preferences" menu
Note
•• Regarding the default setting, see “Main Default Settings”
(page 49).
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●●Languages
The display language for menus and messages can be selected.
Adjustable Range
English, Deutsch, Français, Español, Italiano, Svenska, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional
Chinese
●●Information
You can check the monitor information (model name, serial number, firmware version, usage time,
ColorNavigator license status, resolution, input signal, etc.).
Example:
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Chapter 4 Administrator Settings
This chapter describes how to configure monitor operation using the "Administrator Settings" menu.
This menu is for administrators. Configuration on this menu is not required for normal monitor use.
4-1. Basic Operation of the "Administrator Settings"
Menu
1. Menu display
1. Touch
to turn off the monitor.
2. While touching the leftmost switch, touch
for more than 2 seconds to turn on the monitor.
The "Administrator Settings" menu appears.
2. Settings
1. Choose an item to set with
, and then select
.
The Adjustment/Setting menu appears.
2. Set the item with
, and then select
.
The "Administrator Settings" menu appears.
3. Applying and exiting
1. Select "Apply", and then select
.
The settings are confirmed and the "Administrator Settings" menu quits.
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4-2. "Administrator Settings" Menu Functions
Function
Adjustable
Range
On-Screen Logo
On
Off
Key Lock
Off
Menu
All
Description
When the monitor is turned on, the EIZO logo appears on the
screen.
When this function is set to "Off", the EIZO logo does not appear.
In order to prevent changes to settings, the operation switches on
the front of the monitor can be locked.
•• "Off" (Default setting)
Enable all switches.
•• "Menu"
Lock the
switch.
•• "All"
Lock all switches except the power switch.
DP Power Save
On
Off
DUE Priority
Brightness
Uniformity
When you switch the power back on or return from power save
mode while the PC is connected via the DisplayPort connector,
windows or icons may have shifted position. In such cases, set
this function to "Off".
This product is equipped with a Digital Uniformity Equalizer (DUE)
function that reduces display unevenness. This DUE setting can
be changed.
•• "Brightness"
Prioritizes high brightness and high contrast.
•• "Uniformity"
Prioritizes reduction of display unevenness.
Note
•• When changing the DUE setting, the monitor whose display is
adjusted must be re-calibrated. Perform the target calibration
and correlation again using ColorNavigator 7. For details, refer
to the ColorNavigator 7 User's Manual.
Signal
Format
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DVI
Single Link
Dual Link
DisplayPort RGB
RGB/YUV
HDMI
Video
PC
Chapter 4 Administrator Settings
You can switch the signal type that the monitor can display.
To display video signals when using HDMI signal input, set to
"Video".
Chapter 5 Troubleshooting
5-1. No Picture
Problem
1. No picture
•• Power indicator does not light up.
•• Power indicator is lighting white.
•• Power indicator is lighting orange.
•• Power indicator is flashing orange and white.
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 frequency specification range.
Example:
Possible cause and remedy
•• Check whether the power cord is connected properly.
•• Turn on the main power switch on the rear side of the
monitor.
•• Touch .
•• Turn off the main power on the rear side of the monitor,
and then turn it on again a few minutes later.
•• Increase "Brightness" and/or "Gain" in the Setting menu.
(See “Color” (page 19))
•• Switch the input signal.
•• Move the mouse or press any key on the keyboard.
•• Check whether the PC is turned on.
•• Turn off the main power on the rear side of the monitor,
and then turn it on again.
•• This problem may occur when a PC is connected via
the DisplayPort connector. Connect via the signal cable
specified by EIZO, turn off the monitor, and then turn it on
again.
This message appears when the signal is not input correctly
even though the monitor is functioning properly.
•• The message shown left may appear, because some PCs
do not output the signal immediately after power-on.
•• Check whether the PC is turned on.
•• Check whether the signal cable is connected properly.
•• Switch the input signal.
•• Turn off the main power on the rear side of the monitor,
and then turn it on again.
•• Check whether the PC is configured to meet the
resolution and vertical scan frequency requirements of
the monitor (see “1-3. Compatible Resolutions” (page
10)).
•• Reboot the PC.
•• Change to the appropriate setting using the graphics
board's utility. Refer to the User's Manual of the graphics
board for details.
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5-2. Imaging Problems
Problem
1. The screen is too bright or too dark.
2. Afterimages appear
3. Green/red/blue/white dots or defective dots
remain on the screen.
4. Interference patterns or pressure marks
remain on the screen.
5. Noise appears on the screen.
6. (DisplayPort signal input)
When you switch the power back on or
return from power save mode, windows or
icons may have shifted position.
7. (DisplayPort or HDMI input)
The screen colors look strange.
8. The image does not display on the entire
screen.
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Possible cause and remedy
•• Use "Brightness" in the Setting menu to adjust it. (see
“Color” (page 19)). The LCD monitor backlight has a
limited life span. If the screen becomes dark or begins to
flicker, contact your local EIZO representative.
•• Afterimages are particular to LCD monitors. Avoid
displaying the same image for a long time.
•• Use the screen saver or power saving function to avoid
displaying the same image for extended periods of time.
•• This is due to LCD panel characteristics and not a
malfunction.
•• Display a white or black image over the entire screen.
The symptom may disappear.
•• When inputting HDCP system signals, normal images
may not be displayed immediately.
•• In the Setting menu, set "DP Power Save" to "Off" (see
“DP Power Save” (page 34)).
•• Try changing "Input Color Format" in the Setting menu
(see “Input Color Format” (page 28)).
•• For HDMI signal input, try changing "Signal Format" in
the Setting menu (see “Signal Format” (page 34)).
•• Try changing "Picture Expansion" in the Setting menu (see
“Picture Expansion” (page 27)).
•• For HDMI signal input, check whether "Signal Format" is
set to "PC" in the Setting menu (see “Signal Format” (page
34)).
5-3. Other Problems
Problem
Possible cause and remedy
1. The Setting menu/Mode menu cannot be
displayed
•• Check whether the operation switch lock function works
(see “Key Lock” (page 34)).
•• Operation switches are locked when the main window of
ColorNavigator 7 is displayed. Exit the software.
2. The monitor connected with the USB cable
is not detected. / USB device connected to
the monitor does not work.
•• Check whether the USB cable is connected correctly (see
“6-5. Making Use of USB (Universal Serial Bus)” (page
44)).
•• If a peripheral device is connected to the
port, try
checking the "USB CHARGE Port" setting (see “USB
CHARGE Port” (page 30)). If it is set to "Charging
Only", the peripheral device will not work.
•• Try changing to a different USB port on the PC.
•• Try changing to a different USB port on the monitor.
•• Reboot the PC.
•• If the peripheral devices work correctly when the PC and
peripheral devices are connected directly, contact your
local EIZO representative.
•• Check whether the PC and OS are USB compliant. (For
USB compliance of the respective devices, consult their
manufacturers.)
•• Depending on the USB 3.0 host controller that you are
using, connected USB devices may not be recognized
correctly. Update to the latest USB 3.0 driver provided by
each manufacturer, or connect the monitor to the USB 2.0
port.
•• Check the PC’s BIOS setting for USB when using
Windows. (Refer to the User's Manual of the PC for
details.)
•• This monitor does not support DisplayPort/HDMI audio
signals.
3. Audio is not output.
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5-4. Built-in Calibration Sensor and SelfCalibration
Problems
Problem
Possible cause and remedy
1. The built-in calibration sensor does not
come out/stays out.
2. SelfCalibration cannot be executed.
3. SelfCalibration failure
•• If the protective sticker is affixed to the built-in calibration
sensor, peel it off.
•• Turn off the main power on the rear side of the monitor,
wait for a few minutes before turning the power back on,
and then execute SelfCalibration again.
•• Check whether the date and time are set correctly on the
monitor (see “Clock Adjustment” (page 26)).
•• Check whether the execution schedule been set (see
“Schedule” (page 25)).
•• Check whether the calibration targets are set correctly
(see “Target” (page 22)).
•• Set the SelfCalibration target using ColorNavigator 7.
•• Refer to the error code table. If an error code that does
not appear in the error code table is displayed, contact
your local EIZO representative.
Error Code Table
Error Code
0011
0013
0014
0030
0034
0035
0036
0050
0060
0061
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Possible cause and remedy
•• Calibration cannot be performed because the target brightness is too low.
Increase the target brightness, and then execute SelfCalibration again.
•• There may be a problem with the target value setting. Recheck the target value
of the Color Gamut.
•• It is possible that measurement could not be performed correctly.
--Ensure that the built-in calibration sensor is not exposed to strong light such
as direct sunlight.
--Try executing correlation using ColorNavigator 7.
•• The target brightness may be too high. Lower the target brightness, and then
execute SelfCalibration again.
•• Calibration may have failed. Ensure that the built-in calibration sensor is not
exposed to strong light such as direct sunlight, and then execute SelfCalibration
again.
•• The built-in calibration sensor may have failed. Contact your local EIZO
representative.
•• Measurement failed. Execute SelfCalibration again.
•• The built-in calibration sensor may have failed. Contact your local EIZO
representative.
•• There may be a problem with the target value setting. Recheck the target value
of the Color Gamut.
•• It is possible that measurement could not be performed correctly.
--Ensure that the built-in calibration sensor is not exposed to strong light such
as direct sunlight.
--Try executing correlation using ColorNavigator 7.
•• The built-in calibration sensor may have failed. Contact your local EIZO
representative.
•• The built-in calibration sensor failed to open/close.
•• If the protective sticker is affixed to the built-in calibration sensor, peel it off.
•• Turn off the main power on the rear side of the monitor, wait for a few minutes
before turning the power back on, and then execute SelfCalibration again.
Chapter 6 Reference
6-1. Removing the Stand
The stand section of this product can be removed.
Attention
•• Do not move the removed stand up and down. Doing so may result in injury or equipment damage.
•• The monitor and stand are heavy. Dropping them may result in injury or equipment damage.
1. To prevent damaging the panel surface, lay the monitor with its panel surface
facing down on a soft cloth spread on a stable surface.
2. Remove the stand.
Press and hold he lock button (1), firmly grip the stand support, and then slide the stand in the
direction of the base of the stand (2).
When the tab that holds the stand in place loosens, remove the stand (3).
(3)
(2)
(1)
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6-2. Attaching the Optional Arm
An optional arm (or an optional stand) can be attached by removing the stand section. Please refer to our
web site for the corresponding optional arm (or optional stand). www.eizoglobal.com
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. Use the VESA mounting screws supplied with this product when attaching the arm or stand.
-- Clearance between screw holes: 100 mm × 100 mm
-- Outside dimensions of the VESA mount section of the arm or stand: 122 mm × 122 mm or less
-- Plate thickness: 2.6 mm
-- Must be strong enough to support weight of the monitor unit (excluding the stand) and attachments such as
cables.
•• When using an arm or stand, attach it to meet the following tilt angles of the monitor.
-- Up 45˚, down 45˚
•• Connect the cables after attaching an arm or stand.
•• Do not move the removed stand up and down. Doing so may result in injury or equipment damage.
•• The monitor, arm, and stand are heavy. Dropping them may result in injury or equipment damage.
•• When installing the monitor in portrait mode, turn the monitor screen 90˚ in clockwise direction.
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Chapter 6 Reference
Attaching the Optional Arm (or Optional Stand)
1. Attach the arm or stand to the monitor.
Use the VESA mounting screws supplied with this product when attaching the arm or stand.
Attaching the Original Stand
1. To prevent damaging the panel surface, lay the monitor with its panel surface
facing down on a soft cloth spread on a stable surface.
2. Remove the fixing screws on the optional arm (or optional stand), and detach
the optional arm (or optional stand).
3. Attach the original stand.
Insert the four tabs on the stand into the square holes on the back panel (1) and slide the stand
towards the upper portion of the monitor until it makes a clicking sound (2).
(1)
(2)
Click!
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6-3. Attaching/Detaching the Cable Holder
A cable holder is supplied with this product. Use the cable holder to organize the cables connected to the
monitor.
Attachment procedure
1. Pass the cables through the cable holder.
2. Close the cable holder.
3. While holding the cable holder closed, insert it into the stand.
Note
•• The cable holder can be inserted either perpendicular or parallel to the stand. Change the orientation of the
cable holder in line with the direction of the cables.
Detachment procedure
1. Close the cable holder.
2. While holding the cable holder closed, pull it from the stand.
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Chapter 6 Reference
6-4. Connecting Multiple External Devices
The product allows you to connect multiple external devices and switch between them for display.
Connection examples
DVI cable
DD200DL
(optional)
DVI connector
To external device 1
HDMI cable
HH200HS
(supplied)
HDMI connector
To external device 2
DisplayPort
cable
PP200
(supplied)
DisplayPort connector
To external device 3
Note
•• The input signal changes each time the operation switch (
) on the front of the monitor is touched. The
selected input connector name appears at the bottom right corner of the screen.
•• This product automatically recognizes the connector through which signals are input and displays images on
the screen accordingly. For more information, see “Auto Input Detection” (page 29).
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6-5. Making Use of USB (Universal Serial Bus)
This monitor is equipped with a USB hub. It works as a USB hub when connected to a USB-compatible
PC, allowing the connection of peripheral USB devices.
Note
•• This product supports USB 3.0. When connecting peripheral devices that support USB 3.0, high-speed data
communication is possible (however, only when the USB cable used to connect the PC and peripheral device is
USB 3.0 compliant).
•• The
USB downstream port also supports quick charging. This allows you to recharge your smartphone or
tablet in a short period of time. (See “USB CHARGE Port” (page 30))
●●Required System Environment
•• A PC equipped with a USB port
•• Windows 10 / Windows 8.1 / Windows 7, or Mac OS X 10.7.5 or later
See “USB CHARGE Port” (page 30)
•• USB cable (UU200SS (USB 3.0))
Attention
•• This monitor may not work depending on the used PC, OS or peripheral devices. For USB compatibility of
peripheral devices, contact their manufactures.
•• When the monitor is in power saving mode, devices connected to the USB downstream port will still work.
Therefore, power consumption of the monitor varies depending on the connected devices, even in the power
saving mode.
•• When the main power of the monitor is off, a device connected to the USB downstream port will not operate.
•• When the "USB CHARGE Port" setting in "Preferences" is set to "Charging Only", a peripheral device will
not work if connected to the
port.
•• Ensure that communication between all peripheral devices connected to the monitor and the PC is ended
before switching the "USB CHARGE Port" setting. When the setting is switched, all communication will be
USB downstream port
USB
upstream
temporarily
interrupted.
port
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Chapter 6 Reference
●●Connection Procedure (Setup of USB Function)
1. Connect the monitor first to a PC using the signal cable, and start the PC.
2. Connect the USB cable between the USB downstream port of the PC and USB upstream port 1 of
the monitor.
The USB hub function is set up automatically upon connection of the USB cable.
3. Connect the peripheral USB device to the USB downstream port of the monitor.
Note
•• In the default settings, USB upstream port 1 is enabled. When connecting two PCs, see “USB Selection”
(page 31).
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6-6. Specifications
LCD Panel
Type
IPS (Anti-Glare)
Backlight
Size
Wide color gamut LED
68.5 cm (27.0 inch)
Resolution
2560 dots × 1440 lines
Display Size (H × V)
596.7 mm x 335.6 mm
Pixel Pitch
0.2331 mm x 0.2331 mm
Display Colors
Approx. 1073.74 million colors (for 10 bit input)
Viewing Angle (H × V, typical)
178˚ / 178˚
Recommended Brightness
(typical)
Contrast Ratio (typical)
120 cd/m2 or less (Temperature: 5000 K to 6500 K)
Response Time (typical)
Color Gamut Display (typical)
Video Signals
Input Terminals
1500 : 1 (When "DUE Priority" setting is "Brightness")
Black - White - Black: 20 ms
Gray-to-gray: 13 ms
Adobe ® RGB coverage: 99 %, NTSC ratio 108 %
DVI-D x 1: Supports 8-bit display (Single Link / Dual Link,
HDCP-compatible)
HDMI x 1: Supports 8-bit, 10-bit, and 12-bit display*1, *2
(HDCP-compatible)
DisplayPort x 1: Supports 8-bit and 10-bit display (HDCPcompatible)
*1 The maximum number of display bits for HDMI-input
images is 10.
*2 Supports 8-bit display when the resolution of the HDMI
input signal is 2560 x 1440.
Horizontal scanning frequency 26 kHz to 89 kHz (DVI, DisplayPort), 15 kHz to 89 kHz
(HDMI)
Vertical scan frequency
23 Hz to 61 Hz (For 720 x 400: 69 Hz to 71 Hz)
Frame Synchronization mode
USB
Dot clock (Max.)
242 MHz
Port
Upstream port x 2, downstream port x 3 (the
supports quick charging)
USB Specification Rev. 3.0
USB Battery Charging Specification Rev.1.2
Standard
Power
23.75 Hz to 30.5 Hz, 47.5 Hz to 61.0 Hz
port
Communication Speed
5 Gbps (super), 480 Mbps (high), 12 Mbps (full), 1.5 Mbps
(low)
Supply Current
Downstream
Input
Downstream
: Normal: Max. 1.5 A per port, Charging
(
port)
Only: Max. 2.1 A per port
100–240 VAC ±10 %, 50/60 Hz 1.0 A–0.45 A
: Max. 900 mA per port
Maximum Power Consumption 95 W or less
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Power Save Mode
0.6 W or less
(When “DP Power Save” is set to “ON”, “USB CHARGE
Port” is set to “Normal”, and no USB device is connected)
Standby Mode
0.6 W or less
(When “DP Power Save” is set to “ON”, “USB CHARGE
Port” is set to “Normal”, and no USB device is connected)
Chapter 6 Reference
Physical
Specifications
Outside Dimensions
Outside Dimensions (Without
Stand)
Net. weight
Net Weight (Without Stand)
Height adjustment
Tilt
Swivel
Vertical rotation
Temperature
Operating
Environment
Humidity
Requirements
Air Pressure
Temperature
Transportation/
Storage Environment Humidity
Requirements
Air Pressure
Min. height: 638 mm × 404.1 mm × 245 mm
(W x H x D) (Tilt: 0˚)
Max. height: 638 mm × 564.5 mm × 264 mm
(W x H x D) (Tilt: 35˚)
638 mm × 378.2 mm × 64 mm (W x H x D)
Approx. 8.9 kg
Approx. 6.1 kg
155 mm (at tilt of 0°) / 145 mm (at tilt of 35°)
Up 35˚, down 5˚
344°
90° clockwise
0 ˚C to 35 ˚C
20 % to 80 % R.H. (no condensation)
540 hPa to 1060 hPa
-20 ˚C to 60 ˚C
10 % to 90 % R.H. (no condensation)
200 hPa to 1060 hPa
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●●Outside Dimensions
Unit: mm
298.7
237.9
191.4
172.4
429
592.6
432.7
754.4
361
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Chapter 6 Reference
●●Main Default Settings
Color Mode
Picture Expansion
Input Color Format
Input Range
DVI input
DisplayPort input
HDMI input
DisplayPort input
HDMI input
DVI input
DisplayPort input
HDMI input
Noise Reduction
Auto Input Detection
Menu Rotation
USB CHARGE Port
Power Save
Indicator
Beep
Languages
On-Screen Logo
Key Lock
USB Selection
Signal Format
DVI
DisplayPort
HDMI
Custom
Aspect Ratio
Aspect Ratio
Aspect Ratio (When "Auto" is enabled: Auto)
Auto
Auto (When "Auto" is disabled: RGB)
Full
Auto
Auto
Off
Off
0°
Normal
On
4
On
English
On
Off
USB-1
Dual Link
RGB
PC
●●Accessories
For the latest information about the accessories, refer to our web site. www.eizoglobal.com
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Chapter 7 Glossary
Adobe®RGB
This is a definition of the practical RGB color space proposed by Adobe Systems in 1998. The
color reproduction range (color gamut) is broader than sRGB, and is highly adaptable to such fields
as printing etc.
Color Space
YUV and RGB, etc. are available. YUV expresses the color by using the luminance (Y), the color
difference of Blue (U), and the color difference of Red (V).
RGB does this by using the gradation of the 3 colors, Red (R), Green (G), and Blue (B).
DisplayPort
This is the interface standard for image signals standardized in accordance with VESA. It was
developed with the aim of replacing the conventional DVI and analog interfaces, and it can transmit
high resolution signals and sound signals, which DVI does not support. The standard size and mini
size connectors have been standardized.
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.
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”. When the gamma value is low, the middle tone area is displayed brighter,
and darker when high. Changes to the gamma value will not affect contrast. A gamma value
appropriate for the display content should be selected.
HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content 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 the DVI or
HDMI connector 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.
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Chapter 7 Glossary
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface)
HDMI is a digital interface standard, developed for consumer electrical appliance or AV device.
This standard is issued on the basis of the DVI standard which is one of an interface specification
for the connection between a PC and a monitor. The projected image, sound and control signal
without compressed enable to be transmitted with one cable.
L*
L* is a lightness value based on the CIELUV and CIELAB color spaces. CIELUV and CIELAB are
color spaces that describe the relationship between color and human vision, in which L*
corresponds to perceived brightness.
Resolution
The LCD panel consists of numerous pixels of specified size, which are illuminated to form images.
This monitor consists of horizontal 2560 pixels and 1440 vertical pixels. At a resolution of 2560 ×
1440, 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). As a form of simple color matching for the Internet,
colors can be displayed using tones close to those of the transmission and reception devices.
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.
5000 K: Slightly reddish white
6500 K: White referred to as daylight-balanced color
9300 K: Slightly bluish white
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Appendix
Trademark
The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia Interface, and the HDMI Logo are trademarks or
registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing, LLC in the United States and other countries.
The DisplayPort Compliance Logo and VESA are registered trademarks of the Video Electronics
Standards Association.
The SuperSpeed USB Trident Logo is a registered trademark of USB Implementers
Forum, Inc.
The USB Power Delivery Trident Logos are trademarks of USB Implementers Forum,
Inc.
DICOM is the registered trademark of the National Electrical Manufacturers Association for its standards
publications relating to digital communications of medical information.
Kensington and Microsaver are registered trademarks of ACCO Brands Corporation.
Thunderbolt is a trademark of Intel Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and
other countries.
Adobe is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and other
countries.
Apple, macOS, Mac OS, OS X, Macintosh and ColorSync are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
EIZO, the EIZO Logo, ColorEdge, CuratOR, DuraVision, FlexScan, FORIS, RadiCS, RadiForce,
RadiNET, Raptor and ScreenManager are registered trademarks of EIZO Corporation in Japan and other
countries.
ColorEdge Tablet Controller, ColorNavigator, EcoView NET, EIZO EasyPIX, EIZO Monitor Configurator,
EIZO ScreenSlicer, G-Ignition, i•Sound, Quick Color Match, RadiLight, Re/Vue, SafeGuard, Screen
Administrator, Screen InStyle, ScreenCleaner and UniColor Pro are trademarks of EIZO Corporation.
All other company and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective
owners.
License
The bitmap font used for this product is designed by Ricoh Industrial Solutions Inc.
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Appendix
FCC Declaration of Conformity
For U.S.A., Canada Only
FCC Declaration of Conformity
We, the Responsible Party
EIZO Inc.
5710 Warland Drive, Cypress, CA 90630
Phone: (562) 431-5011
declare that the product
Trade name: EIZO
Model: ColorEdge CG2730
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.
Appendix
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