Some problem about using the i1Pro 2 calibration

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  • #4683

    loveubuntu
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    Recently,I bought a new monitor model for BENQ BL3200PT 2

    when I used X-Rite i1Pro 2 spectrometer adjusting monitor,the Luminance measurement data of i1Profiler calibration display was 90cd/m2.But when I used DisplayCAL adjusting the monitor,the data is 100cd/m2.

    Not only two Luminance measurement datas are different,both of the RGB data is also different.

    i want to ask what’s the matter.Is it not good for i1Pro2 support?

    plz tell me the reason and how to solve this problem.

    Thx

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    #4684

    MW
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    Was the device moved between measurements? Did you rule out white level drift?

    #4686

    loveubuntu
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    I don’t know, but my i1pro2  was tested by displaycal before.I had done“Spectrometer self-calibration”.But I used Displaycal testing the RGB and brightness,and i1Profiler is also not consistant.

    The data of displaycal was 100cd/m2.

    The data of i1Profiler was 90cd/m2.

    #4687

    loveubuntu
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    Was the device moved between measurements? Did you rule out white level drift?

    I don’t know, but my i1pro2  was tested by displaycal before.I had done“Spectrometer self-calibration”.But I used Displaycal testing the RGB and brightness,and i1Profiler is also not consistant.

    The data of displaycal was 100cd/m2.

    The data of i1Profiler was 90cd/m2.

    #4688

    loveubuntu
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    Was the device moved between measurements? Did you rule out white level drift?

    On the same monitor,The data of i1Profiler and DisplayCAL are different.

    The data of i1Profiler was 90cd/m2.

    The data of displaycal was 100cd/m2.

    #4692

    Florian Höch
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    It is not clear to me what you measured and how, i.e. what settings did you use, was the calibration active or not, what mode was the instrument and monitor in etc.

    #4699

    loveubuntu
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    It is not clear to me what you measured and how, i.e. what settings did you use, was the calibration active or not, what mode was the instrument and monitor in etc.

    Display model:BENQ BL3200PT

    Equipment model:X-Rite  i1Pro 2
    When the display is in the same brightness,

    I used i1Profiler adjusting brightness is 90cd/㎡

    But I used displaycal adjusting is 100cd/㎡

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