With a 16-bit LUT, uniform image display and hardware calibration options, the ColorEdge CS2410 is the introductory model in EIZO’s graphics monitor series.
Precision and color accuracy
High-contrast, bright and crisp screen
The monitor has an impressive top resolution (1920 x 1200), a very good contrast ratio of 1000:1 and a brightness of 300 cd/m². For example, you can edit graphics and images down to the pixel. As an added benefit, text contours are clear and precise. The LCD panel with the IPS panel allows for a viewing angle of 178 degrees. Ensuring that hue and contrast remain stable for the viewer.
Thanks to the 16-bit look-up-table, the CS2410 offers precise resolution of image signals. Colour nuances and image structure are not lost, particularly in the case of dark hues. This reliable and precise reproduction reduces calibration steps, saving valuable production time.
Ready to use right out of the box
Every ColorEdge CS2410 is individually measured and optimally configured in the factory, enabling it to be used immediately after it has been unboxed. To this end, the gamma curves for the red, green and blue channels are closely checked and corrected, if necessary. This unique EIZO factory calibration enables the user to start using the monitor with the preset gamut range right out of the box. This painstaking calibration at the factory ensures that the user can quickly recalibrate the monitor if needed using ColorNavigator.
Perfect rendering across the entire screen
Each individual monitor panel is precisely measured over the entire surface at the EIZO factory. Any inhomogeneities in brightness and unnecessary colour are detected and removed. This process (Digital Uniformity Equalizer) guarantees that identical colours always look the same over the entire service life of the monitor, no matter where they are displayed. Only in this way is precise image processing and retouching possible.
Fast, easy and lossless
It is essential that the monitor is regularly calibrated to ensure that it always displays the same file in the same way over its entire service life. To do so, all ColorEdge monitors employ lossless hardware calibration. Unlike software calibration, which always involves the risk of loss of display quality, hardware calibration not only creates an adjustment profile for the graphics board but also calibrates the monitor’s LUT (look-up-table).
Each monitor ages and changes its display properties. This is why graphics monitors, which require an absolutely constant image display over the entire service life, must be regularly calibrated and adjusted. With the free calibration software ColorNavigator 7 from EIZO, the ColorEdge CS2410 can be adjusted within 90 seconds (measured with a MacBook Pro and EX4), easily and without any losses. This is to ensure that the same image still looks the same on the monitor five years from now.
More information on the EIZO ColorNavigator
The free Quick Color Match software helps users, even without in-depth expertise in colour management, to see on the monitor how their images will look when printed on their Canon or Epson inkjet printer at home. In this way, the images can be optimised for the special properties of the selected photo paper even before printing, which helps users avoid expensive misprints.
More information on Quick Color Match
Working in a relaxed manner
For the sake of the eyes
The monitor is flicker-free at every brightness setting. This is great for users, as their eyes will not tire as quickly, allowing them to work in front of the screen for longer periods of time without fatigue.
The CS2410 offers a perfect, non-glare surface. By minimising glare by diffusing the reflected light, the CS2410 effectively protects your eyes from straining. This keeps your eyes from getting as tired and allows you to sit comfortably in front of the monitor, without having to sit in a forced position to prevent glare.
Our screens offer continuous height adjustment. Depending on the model, they can even be lowered to the base plate of the stand. This guarantees the best possible ergonomics, regardless of whether the user is sitting or standing in front of the screen. You can also swivel, rotate and tilt the monitor base to the position that is most comfortable for your posture.
The CS2410 can also be rotated into the portrait format, which is a great advantage for tethered shoots of people in the portrait mode, for example.
Environmentally and socially conscious production
The CS2410 is produced in a socially responsible way. It is free of child labour and forced labour. Suppliers along the supply chain have been carefully selected and they have also committed themselves to produce in a socially responsible way. This applies in particular to conflict minerals. We present a detailed report about our social responsibility annually and voluntarily.
Each CS2410 is manufactured in our own factory, which implements an environmental management system in accordance with ISO 14001. This includes measures to reduce waste, wastewater and emissions, resource and energy consumption, as well as to encourage environmentally conscious behaviour among employees. We publicly report on these measures on an annual basis.
The CS2410 is designed for a long service life that takes into account the entire lifecycle and impact on the environment. It is generally well above the five-year guarantee. Spare parts are available up to five years after the end of production. The monitor’s long service life and the ability to repair it save resources and the climate. When designing the CS2410 we paid attention to reducing resource consumption by using high-quality components and materials and being meticulous in production.
Highest investment security
EIZO grants a five-year warranty. This is possible thanks to the highly developed production process based on a simple principle of success: sophisticated and innovative technology, made from high-end materials.
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|Areas of application||Photography, Video & Graphics|
|Areas of application||Photography, image editing and retouching, Design, creation and illustration|
|Screen size [in inches]||24,1|
|Screen size [in cm]||61,1|
|Viewable image size (width x height) [in mm]||518,4 x 324|
|Ideal and recommended resolution||1920 x 1200|
|Pixel pitch [in mm]||0,27 x 0,27|
|Pixel density [in ppi]||94|
|Supported resolutions||1920 x 1200, 1200p (@ 60 Hz), 1200p (@ 50 Hz), 1080p (@ 60 Hz), 1080i (@ 60 Hz), 1080p (@ 50 Hz), 1080i (@ 50 Hz), 1080p (@ 30/25/24 Hz), 720p (@ 60 Hz), 720p (@ 50 Hz), 576p (@ 50 Hz), 576i (@ 50 Hz), 480p (@ 60 Hz), 480i (@ 60 Hz)|
|Max. viewing angle horizontal||178|
|Max. viewing angle vertical||178|
|Number of colors or greyscale||16.7 million colors (DVI, 8 Bit), 16.7 million colors (DisplayPort, 8 Bit), 16.7 million colors (HDMI, 8 Bit)|
|Color palette/look-up table||278 trillion color tones / 16 Bit|
|Max. color space (typical)||AdobeRGB (80%), sRGB (100%)|
|Max. brightness (typical) [in cd/m²]||300|
|Recommended brightness [in cd/m²]||120|
|Max. dark room contrast (typical)||1000:1|
|Response time grey-grey alternation (typical) [in ms]||14|
|Max. refresh rate [in Hz]||60|
|Features & Operation|
|Hardware calibration of brightness and luminance characteristics|
|Preset color/greyscale modes||1x manual memory location, BT.2020, sRGB|
|Digital Uniformity Equalizer (homogeneity correction)|
|Signal range amplifier (HDMI)|
|Noise suppression (HDMI)|
|Automatic signal input recognition|
|On-screen menu languages||de, en, fr, es, it, se|
|Adjustment options||Color Mode, Brightness, Color temperature/White point, Gamma, Colour tone, Color saturation, 6 Colors, Input Range, Image noise reduction, OSD language, Signal input, DUE priority|
|Integrated power unit|
|Signal inputs||HDMI (Deep Color, HDCP 1.4), DisplayPort (HDCP 1.3), DVI-D (HDCP 1.4)|
|USB specification||USB 5Gbps (USB 3)|
|USB upstream ports||1 x type B|
|USB downstream ports||3 x type A|
|Graphic signal||DVI Single Link (TMDS), DisplayPort, HDMI (RGB, YUV)|
|Frequency||DisplayPort: 26-78 kHz/ 23-63 Hz; HDMI: 15-78 kHz/23-63 Hz; DVI-D: 26-78 kHz/23-63 Hz|
|Power consumption (typical) [in watts]||18|
|Maximum Power Consumption [in watts]||57 (at maximum brightness with all signal inputs and USB ports in use)|
|Max. Power consumption in stand-by mode [in watts]||0.6|
|Power consumption with power switch off [in watts]||0|
|Energy efficiency class||G|
|Energy consumption/1000h [in kWh]||26|
|Power supply||AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz|
|Dimensions & Weight|
|Dimensions (incl. stand) (width x height x depth) [in mm]||554 x 396-551 x 245|
|Weight (incl. stand) [in kg]||7.9|
|Dimension drawing (PDF)||Dimension drawing (PDF)|
|Rotatability of the stand||344|
|Tiltability||5 / 35|
|Pivot between portrait / landscape||90° (clockwise)|
|Height adjustment range [in mm]||155|
|Hole spacing||100 x 100|
|Certification & Standards|
|Certification||CE, CB, TÜV/GS, TÜV/Ergonomics (including ISO 9241-307), RCM, cTÜVus, FCC-B, CAN ICES-3 (B), TÜV/S, PSE, VCCI-B, RoHS, WEEE, China RoHS, CCC, EAC|
|Software & Accessories|
|Accompanying software and other accessories are available for download||ColorNavigator|
|Other box contents||Signal cable HDMI - HDMI, USB cable (Type A - Type B), Signal cable DisplayPort - DisplayPort, Manual via download, Power cord, Quick guide|
|Accessories||PM200-K, CP200, EX4, CH2400|
|Warranty periode||5 years for unit and LCD module up to 30,000 operating hours, whichever comes first.|
|Included warranty||Zero pixel defects guarantee; no fully illuminated sub-pixels (sub-pixels ISO 9241-307) for six months from date of purchase.|
Downloads & Service
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The ColorNavigator software is used to simply and accurately calibrate ColorEdge screens.
ColorNavigator Network enables centralized quality assurance for ColorEdge monitors.
Test the properties and parametres of your monitor quickly and easily with software developed in-house at EIZO.
Quick Color Match simplifies the colour management workflow for home inkjet printing.
The EIZO ColorNavigator software can be used to calibrate and profile ColorEdge-LCD monitor hardware. IMPORTANT: Please do not use an alternative calibration software, which may not be able to use the hardware function of ColorEdge LCD monitors.
To keep your monitor looking like new at all times and to prolong the service life of your device, we recommend cleaning it regularly. Clean the casing and LCD surface as described below:
IMPORTANT: Never use thinner, benzene, alcohol (ethanol, methanol or isopropyl alcohol), scouring agents or other strong solvents as these may damage the casing and the LCD display.
Remove marks by wiping the casing with a soft cloth, which you have previously moistened with a mild cleaning agent. Never spray wax or cleaning agents directly on to the casing. (The manual contains exact details.)
Where necessary, the monitor surface may be cleaned using a soft cloth (for example a cotton cloth or glasses cloth). Stubborn marks can generally be removed by wetting the cloth with a bit of water to increase the cleaning strength.
EIZO offers different versions of the ColorNavigator software. They are compatible with Windows or Mac operating systems.
During the calibration by the user, the desired white point and gamma curve are transferred to the gray scale through a combination of measurements and calculations. This process is typical at EIZO as it saves time and is more precise than the measurements of several tone values with conventional manual measuring devices, which are prone to errors. The accuracy of the factory calibration with sensitive laboratory measuring equipment serves as a secure foundation in this regard.
Homogeneous luminance distribution and good color purity are key to achieving very accurate image rendering. The Digital Uniformity Equalizer (DUE) circuit takes care of this. It automatically corrects non-uniformities in terms of luminance and chrominance for all tone values across the entire image area – pixel by pixel.
When it comes to color accuracy when working, how well a monitor can differentiate between color tones is of fundamental importance. To achieve the maximum color depth and prevent the formation of stripes, banding, and washing, EIZO relies on the ultimate perfection: a 16 bit look-up table (LUT) ensures precise color resolution, meaning that even the finest structures in darker areas of the image are reproduced so that they are absolutely accurate in every detail.
In connection with a frame rate control (FRC) of the LCD modules, CG monitors allow for 10 bit color resolution, depending on the module. Screens can therefore display even the finest tone value gradations using a billion colors. This requires corresponding 10 bit support by the application software and graphics card.
EIZO monitors support DisplayPort Alternate Mode with their USB-C interface. This means they can correctly display image signals from Thunderbolt 3 or Thunderbolt 4 ports via USB-C connection. The USB-C signal cable supplied by EIZO with the monitor has the optimal suitability.
Alternatively, monitors with a DisplayPort socket can be connected using a suitable cable. The CP200 signal cable (USB-C (TB3/TB4) to DisplayPort) provided by EIZO is the most suitable.
A connection from Thunderbolt 3 or Thunderbolt 4 ports to the HDMI interface of the monitor can work with suitable active adapters/cables. However, we recommend using the USB-C or DisplayPort interface of the monitor.
Often, people forget to establish the USB connection between the monitor and the PC/Mac. ColorNavigator uses the USB cable to calibrate the monitor. Please check that the USB cable is inserted correctly and is also functioning properly.
Most Web browsers do not support color management. This means that the browsers ignore images’ color profiles. As a result, sRGB images, for example, are displayed in the monitor’s entire gamut (wide gamut). This is why the images are displayed in an oversaturated way. This also applies for image viewing software that doesn’t support color management.
The sRGB mode that is included on all EIZO monitors offsets the monitor colors in the sRGB gamut. This allows the EIZO monitor to correctly display the sRGB images in the browser/viewer by getting the monitor to correct what the browser or image viewing software ignores.
The ColorNavigator software is used to simply and accurately calibrate ColorEdge screens.
No, you do not need a driver. The monitors are identified via the signaling line and then installed as a standard or plug & play monitor.
We cannot make a direct recommendation. The output signal should be digital and should support the maximum resolution of the monitor.
Digital signal encryption system as copy protection for digital contents, for example for videos, music, etc. The transmission of digital contents is protected as the contents are encrypted on the transmitter's side, sent via a DVI output and once again decrypted on the recipient's side. Digital contents may not be reproduced if both the transmitter and recipient device do not support HDCP.
No special compatibility is required between EIZO monitors and Windows 11. If supported by the graphics card or chip and its driver, all monitors and their resolutions will be correctly recognised and applied.
EIZO software will support Windows 11 in the future as follows:
Windows 11 support
Please refer to the footnote below the table.
The EIZO on-site replacement service is performed by our service partner UNISERV GmbH. Please use the contact form: www.eizo.be/support-service/repair-service/. If you need to replace your device, an equivalent replacement device will be ready for you within one working day. A driver will come to you and deliver the replacement device to your incoming goods area or reception. He will take the defective device with him.
Screens have millions of pixels, which each have a surface area of less than a hundredth of a square millimeter. These elements may have defects, which are expressed by them being constantly lit or unlit. Visibility is fundamentally dependent on the surrounding area. For example, lit elements are almost invisible in a bright environment. Each LCD screen is unique in terms of pixel errors.
To give you a clear statement about what frequency of pixel errors EIZO deems tolerable, EIZO screen models are tested according to internationally recognized standards. On average the actual levels are in fact far below the tolerances across all of the devices. LCD modules that do not meet these requirements are not used at EIZO. Depending on the model, EIZO monitors have a zero pixel error guarantee for completely illuminated sub-pixels (partial pixels ISO 9241-307). Valid: six months from the purchase date.
Repairs and on-site exchanges are carried out via our service partner:
Warranty and Repair
Office hours are Monday-Friday from 08:00 a.m. to 04:30 p.m.
For repairs outside the warranty, you will receive a cost estimate without delay.
Since the German Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG) entered into force on March 24, 2006, old electrical equipment can no longer be disposed of with the normal waste. It must be disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner and recycled. This also applies to old EIZO devices.
If you are a private end consumer, you should simply take your old monitor to a local collection center. You will not be charged for this. You can find out where your nearest collection center is from your local authority.
If you are a business customer, simply contact us.
Please contact our service partner:
24558 Henstedt-Ulzburg, Germany
Free service contact form:
Warranty and Repair
Office hours are Monday-Friday from 08:00 a.m. to 04:30 p.m.
The letters behind the numbers have the following meanings:
EIZO monitors generally have two or more signal inputs. You can easily switch between two or more computers by pressing a button on the front of the monitor. For devices with KVM switch functionality, the USB hub also switches to the respective computer at the same time.
This may be a problem with the graphics card driver. Please install the latest driver for your graphics card and restart the PC with the monitor.
Older graphics cards may not be able to display this resolution. In this case, you will require a new graphics card with the matching output.
Spectrophotometers and colorimeters are able to measure light colors. They can be used equally well when combined with the EIZO ColorNavigator monitor calibration software. Spectrophotometers can also measure body colors. Further software from the measurement device manufacturer is necessary, however, to calibrate scanners, printers, and other output devices.
Firstly, please check the resolution of the LCD screen. Check the recommended resolution stated for the respective LCD screen. If you have set a lower resolution than recommended, this may result in blurring.
The LCD display is comprised of a fixed number of image elements (pixels), which light up to display the contents of the screen. The image is comprised of horizontal and vertical pixels. LCDs achieve the best image quality if all pixels can be allocated data, i.e. if the resolution configured on the computer corresponds to that of the LCD display.
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.
The color tone rendering is relative to the change of the input signal level. This relationship is generally known as the gamma characteristic. In image reproduction, low gamma values result in white images and high gamma values result in high-contrast images.
International standard for an RGB color space. A color space has been defined, which most devices can comply with, to enable color matching between various applications and devices, such as monitors, scanners, and digital cameras. sRGB images, which are detected or issued on "sRBG devices" are limited to the full sRBG color range and no colors outside the sRBG color space. Color allocation, white point, and gamma are permanently defined.
In connection with a USB-compatible computer, the monitor acts as a hub, to which other USB-compatible peripherals can be connected.
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.
High Definition Multimedia Interface. Interface to transfer digital audio and video data
Full High Definition. High-definition image display with 1920 pixels in 1080 lines. Full HD is either transmitted in 1080p (progressive) or 1080i (interlaced).
Pixels are precalculated using this function and purposefully accelerated by intelligent steering. In this way not only the black-white changes, but even changes of color nuances are shown very rapidly. Image changes in fast video sequences, 3D CAD animations and games therefore do not suffer from unwanted ghosting effects.
This is where the signal values are allocated to the color tone values for the output in the monitor. EIZO monitors are 24, 16, 14, or 10 bit instead of the conventional 8 bit look-up table (LUT) for precise color control. Precision work, performed by a high-performance chip developed in-house at EIZO.
Balanced brightness is crucial for brilliant color reproduction. Traditional LCD monitors need one to two hours to even out their brightness. However, even then, they are still sensitive to temperature deviations. Patented electronics regulate the backlight, depending on the model. They ensure constant brightness, regardless of the operating times and temperature.
This is a digital signal interface for images and sound signals for computer monitors with a high transmission bandwidth and a compact plug design.
Contrast is the ratio of white to black and for monitors is normally stated as a dark room contrast from a controlled laboratory environment. Typical contrasts on printed paper are 6:1 for newspapers, 31:1 for laser printers, 49:1 for photo paper. For example, dark room contrasts cannot be achieved in the office because an extremely deep black cannot be achieved in normal ambient light – even with the screen turned off.
My 24" ColorEdge monitor is connected via HDMI, but the operating system only allows a resolution of 1920x1080 instead of 1920x1200. How do I get the full resolution?
EIZO provides up to a five-year warranty, although some devices have a different warranty period. You can find out the exact warranty periods for each product either in the warranty terms and conditions above, in the datasheet, or on the EIZO international website. The long warranty periods are made possible by a highly developed manufacturing process based on a simple principle of success: sophisticated and innovative monitor technology, manufactured from high-end materials. For you, the 5-year warranty means a high level of investment security and savings on follow-up costs (total cost of ownership), which would be incurred without warranty service, for example, for maintenance and repairs.