What tools does EIZO provide for quality assurance for image display devices in medical applications?

EIZO has developed the RadiCS software specifically for quality assurance for image display devices in the RadiForce range. It offers extensive tests and automatic alignment to guarantee constant and consistent image reproduction on all RadiForce LCD monitors, but also supports screens from other manufacturers. The software automatically executes test images and helps to perform measurements and assessments in accordance with the guidelines in a cost-effective and time-effective manner. For example, measurement results are automatically transferred to the documentation and archived and can be centrally managed using the optional RadiNET Pro software. A calendar with a reminder function ensures timely checks are performed. A suitable measurement device is required to measure the luminance, including veiling luminance. Measured values from various luminance meters are automatically read by RadiCS.

How do I optimize calibration using the swing sensor?

To optimize calibration, make sure that the ambient light that appears on the monitor image and the sensor during calibration corresponds to the usual working conditions at the computer workstation.

What do the letter combinations in type designations of EIZO monitors mean?

The letters behind the numbers have the following meanings:
BK: Black casing
GY: Gray casing
WS: White/silver casing
WT: White

What is the ‘Smart Resolution’ functionality for?

Smart Resolution is a technology patented by EIZO, which checks the screen content for noise and blurring. Smart Resolution ensures that noise is not amplified and sharpens the image by correcting blurring. For a game, for example, Smart Resolution can resharpen the image to make it seem more life-like. For other content, such as photos and websites, Smart Resolution differentiates between skin tones and improves how they look.

How does self-calibration work?

Devices with an integrated calibration sensor are able to perform calibration without the help of the user. The computer does not even need to be switched on. When programmed once, the calibration will start at night, during the lunch break, or at other, definable times. It is easy to program using the ColorNavigator or the on-screen menu.

What does "viewing angle" mean?

The viewing angle relates to the angle, beneath which the contrast is better than 10:1. These are normally values of 160° to 178°. These values do not provide any information about what enormous differences in contrast may result within the viewing angle. The contrasts should not change significantly for users with a perpendicular view and a slightly side-on view. It must not make a difference whether the viewer is looking at the middle of the image or the edge of the image. How much the contrast stability varies with different LCD technologies is best checked using a measurement diagram or by a direct visual comparison. The more stable the contrast in the user's viewing frustum, the better the image rendering.

What does color temperature mean?

The color temperature is a benchmark for measuring the white tone and is stated in Kelvin. At high temperatures, the white tone appears slightly blue, while it has a more red tone at low temperatures.
5000 K: Often used in the printing industry.
6500 K: Suitable for displaying photos and video images.

Isn’t text on a 4K monitor difficult to read?

It doesn’t have to be. You can maintain the precision of the 4K image while viewing text at a size comfortable for you.

Which operating system is required for the ColorNavigator calibration software?

EIZO offers different versions of the ColorNavigator software. They are compatible with Windows or Mac operating systems.

Can I run two PCs on one LCD?

EIZO monitors are normally equipped with two or more signal inputs. You can seamlessly switch back and forth between two or more PCs by pressing a button, signal 1-2 or "S", depending on the model.

Older EIZO models

Information on older EIZO models is available on the EIZO Global website.

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