IEC-62977-2-1 Electronic displays - Part 2-1: Measurements of optical characteristics - Fundamental measurements

IEC-62977-2-1 - EDITION 1.0 - CURRENT


Document Center Inc. is an authorized dealer of IEC standards.
The following bibliographic material is provided to assist you with your purchasing decision:


IEC 62977-2-1:2021(E) specifies standard measurement conditions and measuring methods for determining the optical characteristics of electronic display modules and systems. These methods apply to emissive and transmissive direct view displays that render real 2D images on a flat panel. This document evaluates the optical characteristics of these displays under darkroom conditions. This document applies to the testing of display performance in response to standard analogue or digital input signals that are not absolute luminance encoded. The input signal is relative RGB without metadata information that codes for real luminance, colour space or colour coordinates. These methods are limited to input signals with typical OETFs such as defined in IEC 61966-2-1, ITU BT. Rec. 601, ITU BT. Rec.709, and ITU BT. Rec.2020. The tests in this document are not approved for use with HDR input signals.
NOTE A flat panel or flat panel display is a display with a flat surface and minimal depth that emits visible light from the surface. The display is subdivided into an array of electronically driven pixels which can be light valves modulating a backlight, or self-luminous. Emissive/transmissive/reflective hybrid displays can be flat panel or flat panel displays.
ORDER

Price:

$380.00        


Want this as a site license?

To find similar documents by classification:

31.120 (Electronic display devices Including liquid crystal displays)

31.260 (Optoelectronics. Laser equipment Including photoelectric tubes and cells)

This document comes with our free Notification Service, good for the life of the document.

This document is available in either Paper or PDF format.

Document Number

IEC 62977-2-1 Ed. 1.0 en:2021

Revision Level

EDITION 1.0

Status

Current

Publication Date

Jan. 1, 2021

Committee Number

110