Philips display colour calibration kit
The uniformity in image representation is a vital element in creating a videowall that consists ofmultiple displays. However, due to factors like component variation and aging, it is inevitable foreach display to produce images with slight differences in color and luminance even when relatedsettings are identical among all displays.
The Color Calibration is designed to minimize such differences and enhance the image uniformity ofall displays in a videowall application. It works by first measuring and comparing the colorcharacteristics of each display, and then calibrating all displays with a common and optimal setting. With the Color Calibration, you can also adjust color settings of each display easily on a host computer.
Windows 7 (32-bit/64-bit) or Windows 10 (32-bit/64-bit);
DVI / HDMI or DP out;
An available RS232 port (USB to RS232 adaptor will also work);
Free memory : 1 GB;
Hard disk space : 400MB;
CPU: Pentium 1GHz.
The color sensor (X-rite) with USB connection;
What else do you need:
RS232 connection on your PC or USB to RS232 adaptor;
A cross RS232 cable (null model cable);
An USB extender cable can be useful;
SubD-9 to jack 2.5 mm, always delivered with the monitor.