Eizo CG246 user manual download

For Devices:Eizo CG246
Languages:English
Pages:79
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Chapter 1 Introduction
1-2. Controls and Functions
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Adjustment menu
*1
1. Built-in calibration sensor
Executes display correction for an independent monitor. SelfCalibration function (
page 39
)
2. Ambient Light Sensor
Measures ambient light.
3.
button
Switches input signals for display (
“To switch among input signals” (page 52)
).
4.
button
Changes Color Mode (
page 17
).
5.
button
Cancels the setting/adjustment and exits the Adjustment menu.
6.
buttons
• Provides the menu selection as well as the adjustment and setting of a function.
• Displays the Brightness menu (
“Adjusting Brightness” (page 19)
).
7.
button
Displays the Adjustment menu, determines an item on the menu screen, and saves
values adjusted (
page 11
).
8.
button
Turns the power on or off.
9. Power Indicator
Indicates the monitor’s operation status.
Blue:
Operating
Flashing blue
(2 times for each):
In the following cases, this noti±es that display re-correction
is required.
• When the timer is set in ColorNavigator (CAL mode)
Orange:
Power saving mode
OFF:
Main power/Power off
10. Main power switch
Turns the main power on or off.
11. Power connector
Connects the power cord.
12. Input signal connectors
Left: DVI-I connector / Center: HDMI connector / Right: DisplayPort connector
13. USB upstream port
Connects the USB cable to use the software that needs USB connection, or to use
USB hub function (
“7-3. Making Use of USB (Universal Serial Bus)” (page 53)
).
Attention
• By default, USB upstream port 1 is enabled. Connect the cable to USB upstream port 1 Irst.
14. USB downstream port
Connects a peripheral USB device.
15. Stand
*2
Used to adjust the height and angle of the monitor screen.
16. Security lock slot
Complies with Kensington’s MicroSaver security system.
17. Cable holder
Covers the monitor cables.
*1
See
“1-4. Basic Operations and Functions” (page 11)
for how to use.
*2
An optional arm (or an optional stand) can be attached by removing the stand section (see
“7-1. Attaching the Optional Arm”
(page 50)
).
Sample