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EIZO GmbH Carl-Benz-Straße 3 76761 Rülzheim Germany 1085097-001 08/2019 Technical data subject to change. Copyright © EIZO GmbH 2019. All rights reserved. Copyright © EIZO GmbH 2019. All rights reserved.

Legal information Warning notice system This manual contains notices you have to observe in order to ensure your personal safety, as well as to prevent damage to property. The notices referring to your personal safety are highlighted in the manual by a safety alert symbol, notices referring only to property damage have no safety alert symbol. These notices shown below are graded according to the degree of danger. CAUTION indicates that minor personal injury can result if proper precautions are not taken. NOTICE indicates that material damage can result if proper precautions are not taken. If more than one degree of danger is present, the warning notice representing the highest degree of danger will be used. A notice warning of injury to persons with a safety alert symbol may also include a warning relating to property damage. Qualified personnel The product/system described in this documentation may be operated only by personnel qualified for the specific task in accordance with the relevant documentation, in particular its warning notices and safety instructions. Qualified personnel are those who, based on their training and experience, are ca- pable of identifying risks and avoiding potential hazards when working with these products/systems. Use of EIZO products WARNING EIZO products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant tech- nical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by EIZO. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems. The permissible ambient conditions must be complied with. The information in the relevant documentation must be observed. Trademarks All names identified by ® are registered trademarks of their respective owners. Please refer to the trademarks listed in the appendix. The remaining trademarks in this publication may be trademarks whose use by third parties for their own purposes could violate the rights of the owner. Disclaimer of liability We have reviewed the contents of this publication to ensure consistency with the hardware and soft- ware described. Since variance cannot be precluded entirely, we cannot guarantee full consistency. However, the information in this publication is reviewed regularly and any necessary corrections are in- cluded in subsequent editions. DANGER indicates that death or severe personal injury will result if proper precautions are not taken. WARNING indicates that death or severe personal injury may result if proper precautions are not taken. Table of contents Table of contents Legal information ............................................................................................................. 2 1 Introduction....................................................................................................................... 4 1.1 Contents of this document........................................................................................ 4 1.2 User .......................................................................................................................... 4 2 Commissioning................................................................................................................. 5 2.1 Avoiding image sticking ............................................................................................ 5 2.2 Check for pixel defects ............................................................................................. 5 2.3 Locking or unlocking the OSD menu ........................................................................ 6 2.4 Overview of the OSD menu...................................................................................... 6 2.5 "Preset" key .............................................................................................................. 8 2.6 Display menu............................................................................................................ 8 2.7 Picture Layout menu............................................................................................... 11 2.8 Power Manager menu ............................................................................................ 13 2.9 Other Options menu ............................................................................................... 14 2.10 Information menu.................................................................................................... 16 2.11 Signal menu............................................................................................................ 17 3 Service work ................................................................................................................... 18 3.1 Importing an update................................................................................................ 18 3.2 Check the settings .................................................................................................. 18 4 Technical specifications................................................................................................ 19 4.1 Supported timing..................................................................................................... 19 4.1.1 SDI input ................................................................................................... 19 4.1.2 DVI input ................................................................................................... 19 4.1.3 HDMI input................................................................................................ 20 4.1.4 DisplayPort Input....................................................................................... 21 4.2 Factory Preset ........................................................................................................ 22 Index ................................................................................................................................ 24 CuratOR Installation EX5841 Manual, 08/2019 3 Introduction 1.1 Contents of this document 1 Introduction 1.1 Contents of this document This installation manual explains the start-up and adjustment of the CuratOR EX5841. To ensure clarity, it does not contain all detailed information on this product. The documentation is intended for service personnel. You are additionally advised that the contents of this document are neither part of a previ- ous or existing agreement, commitment or legal relationship, nor does it modify such. Note • Information regarding functionality and intended use of the device can be found in the Instructions for Use. • This documentation is available in electronic format only. It can be found on the CD- ROM provided. 1.2 User User In the following, healthcare personnel such as surgeons or medical technicians are referred to as the "user". Service / service personnel "Service" or "Service personnel" identifies authorized personnel with knowledge of medical imaging technology, local standards for image quality requirements, and safety of medical products, for example a hospital technician or manufacturer of medical devices. Cleaning staff "Cleaning staff" refers to personnel responsible for cleaning medical devices. 4 Installation CuratOR Manual, 08/2019 EX5841 Commissioning 2.1 Avoiding image sticking 2 Commissioning Note Factory settings All monitors are optimally preset in the factory, such that changes are not usually required. 2.1 Avoiding image sticking Image sticking may occur with LCD monitors. Image sticking is an effect whereby a faint im- age of the previous screen contents can be seen after the display contents have changed. The following measures can reduce or prevent image sticking: • Use a screen saver with regularly changing images • Switch off the monitor when it is no longer needed. • The monitor has an energy saving mode: If the application in use supports the energy saving mode, activate it. Note Energy saving (Power Management) The monitor supports various energy saving settings, called Power Management (PM). When PM is active, the monitor backlight switches off automatically for example, if the monitor is without a video signal for an extended period. Also observe the operating system manufacturer's instructions regarding power manage- ment settings. 2.2 Check for pixel defects Pixel defects (small bright or dark dots) can occur in LCD monitors. During the manufactur- ing process, all monitors are checked for the permitted number of defective pixels. Defective pixels cannot be corrected. CuratOR Installation EX5841 Manual, 08/2019 5 Commissioning 2.3 Locking or unlocking the OSD menu 2.3 Locking or unlocking the OSD menu CAUTION Locking and unlocking the OSD menu • Only authorized service personnel may lock or unlock the OSD menu. • The OSD must be locked if inappropriate operation by the user can impact the intended use of the monitor. To lock or unlock the OSD menu, proceed as follows: Operation LED 1. Press the "Enter" key on the control panel once. 2. Then press the "Down" key three times. The OSD menu is now locked or unlocked, depending on its initial state. 2.4 Overview of the OSD menu The OSD menu is used to make settings for operation of the monitor. Note Dynamic OSD The OSD Menu is dynamic in nature. Depending on the active signal and user settings, some functions are hidden. 6 Installation CuratOR Manual, 08/2019 EX5841 Commissioning 2.4 Overview of the OSD menu CuratOR EX5841 Installation Manual, 08/2019 7 Commissioning 2.5 "Preset" key 2.5 "Preset" key Use the "Preset" key on the control panel to open the menu for selecting a preset. Function Values Description Presets Open Factory Presets Select one of the eight factory presets for operation. See also Factory Preset [► 22]. Open User Presets Select one of the eight user presets for operation. Up to eight presets can be stored in the monitor. The video input, input range, the LUT used, and optionally the OSD position are stored. 2.6 Display menu 8 Installation CuratOR Manual, 08/2019 EX5841 Function Values Description

Mode Presets "0" or "1" per LUT Default: "1" for every LUT. Setting the Mode Preset This function enables you to make any LUT set- tings in the "CAL Switch" function selectable (1) or non-selectable (0). The names of the selectable LUT settings are taken from the "CAL Switch" function.

Note: The active LUT cannot be set to "0". Commissioning 2.6 Display menu Function Values Description Backlight (BL) LUT BL Active Backlight command If the setting is marked, the brightness is deter- mined by the active LUT. This ensures that the maximum brightness fits with the gamma curve. BL Regulation Reserved for future use. BL Brightness 0...1023 Changing the brightness of the backlight If you select this setting, the "LUT BL Active" setting is disabled. CAUTION: If you adjust brightness, the gray scale values no longer correspond to the set gamma curve (LUT). As a result, the calibrated values cannot be guaranteed and there could be a loss of information in the displayed images.

Test Pattern None MEASURE GRAYBARS CROSS PIXEL_ON_OFF_HORI GRAY RAMP TG18-OIQ Default: None Select and display test patterns The monitor contains an internal test pattern generator that can create various test patterns to enable visual checks of the device without soft- ware. CAUTION: Only use the test patterns during service activities. The PiP functions are deacti- vated when a test pattern is displayed. Note: After selecting a test pattern, select "None" in order to display the video signals of the connected system again.

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Source Settings SDI HDMI DPDVI Select the video source in order to set the "Color Space" and "Input Range". Color Space BT.709 BT.601 BT.2020 Default: depends on the selected preset Establish the conversion standards for the color format of the selected video source. Note: • Color Space settings only impact a YCbCr signal. • Not available for DVI. Input Range 0-255 16-235 16-255 Default: depends on the selected preset Establish the dynamic range of the selected video source. Note: Not available for DVI.

Commissioning 2.6 Display menu Function Values Description Window Synchronisa- tion 10 Installation CuratOR Manual, 08/2019 EX5841 For display only Information table for synchronizing the signal in the active window. Window Synchronization Main <synchronised / framebuff.2/.3> PiP <synchronised / framebuff.2/.3> Left <synchronised / framebuff.2/.3> Right <synchronised / framebuff.2/.3> "synchronised" means that the signal is dis- played without latency. "framebuff.2" identifies the Double Buffer Mode, and the signal is displayed with a latency of 1 frame. "framebuff.3" identifies the Triple Buffer Mode. The signal is displayed with a latency of 1 to 2 frames. The monitor analyzes the applied signal and au- tomatically selects the best suited synchroniza- tion mode. Note: When using multiple windows, the signal in the left window or main window determines the synchronization mode. The same synchro- nization mode is then used in the other windows (right window and/or PiP window). Note: Timings with the native panel resolution and the Full HD timings stored in the EDID of the monitor are displayed in "synchronised" mode. Other timings are shown in "framebuff.2" or "framebuff.3" mode.

Commissioning 2.7 Picture Layout menu 2.7 Picture Layout menu CuratOR Installation EX5841 Manual, 08/2019 11 With the EX5841 you can simultaneously display up to three different video sources on the monitor. Note HDMI and DP signals HDMI and DP signals cannot be displayed simultaneously. Note "Configuration Conflict" message If an SDI signal was selected for the PiP window and the "Configuration Conflict" message is displayed, error-free display is not possible. To eliminate the message, select one of the following actions: • Set the native resolution for the Main Window. • Set another image source for the PiP window. • Set another function for the picture layout, such as Dual Source (PaP). Function Values Description Single Source A single video source is displayed full screen Open the "Window Configuration" menu to change the video source or display size.

Dual Source (PaP) Left Window Right Window Display in two windows of equal size next to one another Two video sources are displayed in two windows of equal size next to one another.

Open the "Window Configuration" menu for the respective window to change the video source or display size. Commissioning 2.7 Picture Layout menu Function Values Description Dual Source (PiP) Main Window PiP Window 12 Installation CuratOR Manual, 08/2019 EX5841 Display of a main window with a superim- posed window Two video sources are displayed in two windows one on top of the other. Open the "Window Configuration" menu for the respective window to change the video source or display size. Triple Source (PaiP) Left Window Right Window PiP Window Display in two windows of equal size next to one another and a superimposed window In Triple Source mode, three signal sources are displayed on the screen. In this case, an addi- tional display window is superimposed on the PaP display. Open the "Window Configuration" menu for the respective window to change the video source or display size. Window Configuration menu The settings for each window of the corresponding "Picture Layout" are established in the "Window Configuration" menu. Note The menu can also be opened directly for the displayed window arrangement using the "Input" operating key. Function Values Description Source Selection SDI HDMI DPDVI Selecting the video source Here you set which video source should be dis- played in the selected window. The setting remains even if you shut down and switch on the system again. Commissioning 2.8 Power Manager menu Function Values Description

Zoom 1:1Set To Aspect Fill All (PiP only) Default: 1:1 Establishing image magnification • 1:1 : The picture is displayed in the window in its original size. • Set To Aspect: The picture is zoomed to the maximum window area with retention of the aspect ratio.

CuratOR Installation EX5841 Manual, 08/2019 13 • Fill All: The image fills the entire area of the PiP window. The aspect ratio can change.

Position / Size (PiP) H-Position Default: 80 V-Position Default: 93 H-Size Default: 103 V-Size Default: 125 Establishing PiP window geometry Note: The function is displayed only when a PiP window is selected. You set the position and size of the picture-in- picture display here. The zero position is the upper left corner of the window. Color Gamut Native sRGB BT.2020 Emulation Default: depends on the selected preset Sets the active color gamut. CAL Switch Gamma 2.0 Gamma 2.2 Gamma 2.4 Gamma 2.7 DICOM Default: Gamma 2.4 or depending on the selected preset Select the Look Up Table (LUT) The LUT determines the gamma curve of the selected window. By using a different LUT for example, you can highlight specific grayscale levels. The LUT names displayed provide a brief de- scription of the model for which the LUT is valid. Note: Select the DICOM LUT to view radio- graphic images. 2.8 Power Manager menu

Function Values Description

DMPM ... DMPM External Power On DMPM Disabled Setting the DMPM mode The set DMPM mode is active when there is no video signal on any input. • DMPM External Power On: The backlight has been turned off. The power supply to external devices remains switched on.

• DMPM Disabled: DMPM signals are ig- nored. The monitor does not change to an energy saving mode. Commissioning 2.9 Other Options menu 2.9 Other Options menu 14 Installation CuratOR Manual, 08/2019 EX5841 Function Values Description

OSD Settings Horizontal 0 - 219 Vertical 0 - 57 Transparency 64 - 255 Default: Horizontal 206 Vertical 55 Transparency 255 Setting the position and transparency of the OSD menu Horizontal and vertical coordinates establish the position of the OSD menu. Note: The OSD menu cannot be set via a PiP window. Corresponding entries are sup- pressed or the OSD menu position is cor- rected automatically. Use "Transparency" to change the trans- parency of the OSD background. Note: Individual OSD settings can be saved for every preset. LED Brightness Bright Dimmed Default: Dimmed Set the brightness of the operation LED. You can lower the brightness of the operation LED to prevent interfering stray light.

Note: The brightness of the operation LED increases again automatically when an error occurs in the monitor. The color of the opera- tion LED then indicates a possible cause of the error. Commissioning 2.9 Other Options menu Function Values Description

LED Timeout No Timeout Timeout (min) 1 Default: No Timeout Setting the operation LED timeout You can set a set wait time (in minutes) after which the operation LED is switched off to prevent interfering stray light.

CuratOR Installation EX5841 Manual, 08/2019 15 Note: The operation LED switches on again automatically when an error occurs in the monitor. The color of the operation LED then indicates a possible cause of the error.

Service Backlight Sensor Test Reset to Factory Defaults Backlight Sensor Test When you select this function, a series of brightness settings is checked using the inter- nal sensor. • If these values deviate from the specifica- tion, the message "Check with QA SW" and the sensor has to be calibrated again with QA software. • If the values do not differ from the de- faults, "Normal" status is displayed. Reset to Factory Defaults Selecting this function opens a dialog box where you can reset the device to the factory settings. Presets Open Factory Preset Open Factory Preset Open User Preset Save as User Preset Edit User Preset Name Select one of the saved factory presets for operation. Open User Preset Select one of the user presets for operation.

Save as User Preset The following settings are saved in the user preset: • Name User Preset • Source, Color Space, and Input Range for each video input • LUT for each window • Color Gamut and Zoom • OSD position (optional) Edit User Preset Name Change the name of a user preset. Commissioning 2.10 Information menu Function Values Description Ethernet Ethernet Settings Ethernet <on/off> DHCP <on/off> Host <Name> IP <IP Address> Sub <IP Address> Gate <IP Address> Default: Ethernet <off> DHCP <on> Host <EIZO> IP <000.000.000.000 > Sub <255.255.255.000> Gate <192.168.000.001> 16 Installation CuratOR Manual, 08/2019 EX5841 Ethernet settings for monitor system mode With "Ethernet" you switch remote access on or off. You establish the access data for remote ac- cess with "DHCP", "Host", and the addresses for IP, Sub, and Gate. Ethernet Status For display only Information regarding Ethernet connec- tion and MAX address • Bitrate [Mbit] 10 / 100 • Duplex Full / Half • MAC-Address: 00:90:93:2D:xx:xx Note: The MAC address of the monitor is es- tablished during calibration ex-factory. It is in the range 00:90:93:2D:xx:xx, where xx = 00:00 – FF:FF. 2.10 Information menu Selecting this menu displays the following information regarding the monitor: Display (Example) Description P/N <Value> S/N <Value> AN <Value> Firmware <Value> Main FPGA <Value> Front FPGA <Value> OSD <Value> • Product number P/N • Serial number S/N • Asset number A/N • Installed firmware, FPGA, and OSD versions. Additional Information Working Hours <Value> Temperature (°C) <Value> • Operating hours • Temperature in the device Commissioning 2.11 Signal menu 2.11 Signal menu Selecting this menu displays information regarding the video signals at the selected inputs. Display of video signals (Example) Description

HDMI 1920x1080@60 DVI 1920x1080@50 SDI 3840x2160@50 Display of the connected signals with the following in- formation: • Video input

CuratOR Installation EX5841 Manual, 08/2019 17 • Resolution Horizontal x Vertical@Frequency Display of color information (Example) Description

HDMI 8 bit RGB DVI 8 bit RGB SDI 10 bit 4:2:2 Display of the color information with the following in- formation: • Video input • Hue

• Color space or sub-sample Service work 3.1 Importing an update 3 Service work 3.1 Importing an update Updates are imported by service personnel from a USB stick with released update software. NOTICE Update requirements • The power supply to the monitor must not be interrupted during the update. An inter- rupted update can result in monitor failure. • During the update, multiple reboots of the monitor may occur. Do not switch off the monitor until the update has been completed. A message is displayed on the monitor as soon as the update is complete. • Only use updates released by the manufacturer to ensure proper function of the moni- tor. • The OSD menu must be closed. To update the firmware, proceed as follows: 1. Remove the cable cover. 2. Disconnect the Ethernet cable. 3. Connect the USB stick to the USB A port of the upper connection panel. 4. The update software is checked. If the update software is valid, a start window is displayed. 5. Perform the update. 6. If the message “Pull Stick to finish Updates” is displayed, remove the USB stick from the USB port. 7. Place the cable cover back on. CAUTION: The cover must be installed when the monitor is in operation. It protects the monitor connectors from electrostatic discharge. 3.2 Check the settings CAUTION Checking the settings The settings must not be set in the presence of patients. The picture quality of the monitor changes due to aging of the LCD unit and the backlight. • Check the monitor settings at regular intervals in accordance with the local guidelines. • Correct the settings if necessary. 18 Installation CuratOR Manual, 08/2019 EX5841 Technical specifications 4.1 Supported timing 4 Technical specifications Note Applicability of technical specifications All technical specifications are valid after a warm-up period of 30 minutes. 4.1 Supported timing 4.1.1 SDI input Reso- Comment lution UHD 3840 x 2160 16:9 60 594.000 10 YCbCr 4:2:2 12G-SDI 2 Sample Interleaved 59.94 593.400 10 YCbCr 4:2:2 12G-SDI 2 Sample Interleaved 50 594.000 10 YCbCr 4:2:2 12G-SDI 2 Sample Interleaved FHD 1920 x 1080 16:9 60 148.50 10 YCbCr 4:2:2 3G-SDI Level A 59.94 148.35 10 YCbCr 4:2:2 3G-SDI Level A 50 148.50 10 YCbCr 4:2:2 3G-SDI Level A 4.1.2 DVI input Reso- lution CuratOR Installation EX5841 Manual, 08/2019 19 H active x V active Aspect ratio Frame rate (Hz) Pixel fre- quency (MHz) Color hues (Bit) Color space Sub- Sample H active x Aspect Frame Pixel fre- Color Color Sub- Comment V active ratio rate (Hz) quency hues (Bit) space Sample (MHz) FHD 1920 x 1080 16:9 60 148.50 8 RGB N/A - 59.94 148.35 8 RGB N/A - 50 148.50 8 RGB N/A - Technical specifications 4.1 Supported timing 4.1.3 HDMI input Resolution H active x V active 20 Installation CuratOR Manual, 08/2019 EX5841 Aspect Frame Pixel fre- Color Color ratio rate (Hz) quency (MHz) hues (Bit) space Sub- Sample 4K DCI* 4096 x 2160 256:135 60 594.000 8 RGB N/A 8 YCbCr 4:4:4 10 YCbCr 4:2:2 59.94 593.400 8 RGB N/A 8 YCbCr 4:4:4 12 YCbCr 4:2:2 50 594.000 8 RGB N/A 8 YCbCr 4:4:4 10 YCbCr 4:2:2 UHD 3840 x 2160 16:9 60 594.000 8 RGB N/A 8 YCbCr 4:4:4 10 YCbCr 4:2:2 59.94 593.400 8 RGB N/A 8 YCbCr 4:4:4 10 YCbCr 4:2:2 50 594.000 8 RGB N/A 8 YCbCr 4:4:4 10 YCbCr 4:2:2 30 297.000 8 RGB N/A 29 297.000 8 RGB N/A FHD 1920 x 1080 16:9 60 148.50 8 / 10 RGB N/A 8 / 10 YCbCr 4:4:4 10 YCbCr 4:2:2 59.94 148.35 8 / 10 RGB N/A 8 / 10 YCbCr 4:4:4 10 YCbCr 4:2:2 50 148.50 8 / 10 RGB N/A 8 / 10 YCbCr 4:4:4 10 YCbCr 4:2:2 30 74.25 8 RGB N/A 29 74.25 8 RGB N/A HD 1280 x 720 16:9 30 74.25 8 RGB N/A 29 74.25 8 RGB N/A *4K-DCI timings can either be shown zoomed, with a black border above and below, or trun- cated. Technical specifications 4.1 Supported timing 4.1.4 DisplayPort Input Resolu- H active x Aspect Frame Pixel fre- Color hues Color Sub- tion V active ratio rate (Hz) quency (MHz) (Bit) space Sample 4K DCI* 4096 x 2160 CuratOR Installation EX5841 Manual, 08/2019 21 256:135 60 594.000 8 RGB N/A 8 YCbCr 4:4:4 8 / 10 YCbCr 4:2:2 59.94 593.400 8 RGB N/A 8 YCbCr 4:4:4 8 / 10 YCbCr 4:2:2 50 594.000 8 / 10 RGB N/A YCbCr 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 UHD 3840 x 2160 16:9 60 594.000 8 / 10 RGB N/A YCbCr 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 59.94 593.400 8 / 10 RGB N/A YCbCr 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 50 594.000 8 / 10 RGB N/A YCbCr 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 FHD 1920 x 1080 16:9 60 148.50 8 / 10 RGB N/A YCbCr 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 59.94 148.35 8 / 10 RGB N/A YCbCr 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 50 148.50 8 / 10 RGB N/A YCbCr 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 *4K-DCI timings can either be shown zoomed, with a black border above and below, or trun- cated. Technical specifications 4.2 Factory Preset 4.2 Factory Preset Eight factory presets are set at the factory. The names of the presets, for example, have the following meanings: • "1W_4K_YUV": – 1W = Display in a window. – 4K = optimized for 3840x2160 resolution. – YUV = optimized for a YCbCr input signal. – DP set as default input source. • "1W_4K_RGB": – 1W = Display in a window. – 4K = optimized for 3840x2160 resolution. – RGB = optimized for an RGB input signal. – HDMI set as default input source. • "2W_YUV": – 2 W = Display in two windows. – YUV = optimized for a YCbCr input signal. – Optimized for resolutions <3840x2160 (such as FHD). – For Dual Source (PiP), DP is set as default in the main window and DVI is set as de- fault in the PiP window. – For Dual Source (PaP), DP is set as default in the left window and SDI is set as de- fault in the right window. Note Delivery status When the CuratOR EX5841 is delivered the "1W_4K_YUV" factory preset is the default. Signal input settings Preset Signal input DP HDMI SDI DVI Input Range 22 Installation CuratOR Manual, 08/2019 EX5841 Color space Input Range Color space Input Range Color space Input Range 1W_4K_YUV 16-235 BT.2020 16-235 BT.2020 16-235 BT.2020 0-255 1W_4K_RGB 16-235 n/a 16-235 n/a 16-235 BT.2020 0-255 1W_RGB 16-235 n/a 16-235 n/a 16-235 BT.709 0-255 1W_ SDI_3G_YUV 16-235 BT.709 16-235 BT.709 16-235 BT.709 0-255 2W_YUV 16-235 BT.2020 16-235 BT.2020 16-235 BT.2020 0-255 2W_RGB 16-235 n/a 16-235 n/a 16-235 BT.709 0-255 Technical specifications 4.2 Factory Preset Image reproduction settings Preset Main Window PiP Window (display at upper right)

Source Zoom Color Gamut LUT Source Zoom Color Gamut LUT LUT

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1W_4K_YUV DP 1:1 BT.2020 emul. Gamma 2.4 DP 1:1 Native Gamma DP 1:1 Native Gamma 2.0 2.0 1W_4K_RGB HDMI 1.1 BT.2020 emul. Gamma 2.4 DP 1:1 Native Gamma DP 1:1 Native Gamma 2.0 2.0 1W_RGB DVI Set to Aspect sRGB Gamma 2.4 DP 1:1 Native Gamma DP 1:1 Native Gamma 2.0 2.0 1W_ SDI_3G_YUV SDI Set to Aspect sRGB Gamma 2.4 DP 1:1 Native Gamma DP 1:1 Native Gamma 2.0 2.0 2W_YUV SDI 1:1 BT.2020 emul. Gamma 2.4 HDMI Set to HDMI Set to Aspect Aspect BT.2020 emul. BT.2020 emul. BT.2020 emul. BT.2020 emul. BT.2020 emul. Gamma 2.4 Gamma 2.4 Gamma 2.4 Gamma 2.4 Gamma 2.4 Gamma 2.4 2W_RGB DP 1:1 BT.2020 emul Gamma 2.4 DVI 1:1 sRGB Gamma DVI 1:1 sRGB Gamma 2.4 2.4

Preset Left Window Right Window

Source Zoom Color Gamut LUT Source Zoom Color Gamut LUT LUT 1W_4K_YUV DP 1:1 Native Gamma 2.0 DP 1:1 Native Gamma 2.0 1W_4K_RGB DP 1:1 Native Gamma 2.0 DP 1:1 Native Gamma 2.0 1W_RGB DP 1:1 Native Gamma 2.0 DP 1:1 Native Gamma 2.0 1W_ SDI_3G_YUV DP 1:1 Native Gamma 2.0 DP 1:1 Native Gamma 2.0 2W_YUV DP Set to Aspect BT.2020 Gamma 2.4 SDI Set to SDI Set to Aspect Aspect BT2020. emul. BT2020. emul. BT2020. emul. BT2020. emul. BT2020. emul. BT2020. emul. Gamma 2.4 Gamma 2.4 Gamma 2.4 Gamma 2.4 Gamma 2.4 Gamma 2.4 Gamma 2.4 2W_RGB HDMI Set to Aspect BT.2020 Gamma 2.4 DVI Set to DVI Set to Aspect Aspect sRGB Gamma sRGB Gamma sRGB Gamma 2.4 2.4 2.4

Index Index CCleaning staff 4 EEnergy saving 5 IImage Sticking 5 OOSD Menu 6 Lock / unlock 6 PPixel defects 5 SService personnel 4 TTechnical specifications 19 UUpdate 18 User 4 24 Installation CuratOR Manual, 08/2019 EX5841

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