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post #1 of 7 Old 04-08-2014, 08:12 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi Guys,

Today I managed to "snag" a i1pro for $10. Surreal! The unit looks banged up from outside, but for $10 I took a chance... It only came with the base (same serial).

I remember someone mentioning that if the i1diagnostics are good, then the unit is usually good... I'm posting my results here, does it look ok?
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General Information
Date and Time: 2014-04-08T20:20:10
Application version: 4.0.0.127, 32-bit
SDK version i1Pro: 4.1.1.1572
SDK version i1iO: 2.1.1.1572
Platform: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional Service Pack 1 (Build 7601), 64-bit

i1iO Connection Test
i1Pro not mounted on i1iO

Open instrument
Connection: Successful
Open instrument '\\?\usb#vid_0971&pid_2000#6&df2ee03&0&6#{989d6515-e122-4442-a357-751457f102a5}': Successful

Instrument information
Instrument inspection: Successful
Serial number i1Pro: 879254
Type: i1Pro (M2 only)
Revision: D
Firmware version: 503
CPLD version: 999
Dark measurement count: 41
Lamp burning time: 4.0 seconds
Spot measurement count: 14
Scan measurement count: 0
Factory calibration: 2007-09-27
Spectral Module ID: 01-d44b2e11000038

Instrument Licences
Measurement Modes: [ReflectanceSpot, ReflectanceScan, EmissionSpot]
Licensed functionality: [Has UVcut filter, Spectral values, Tristimulus, Density]
Licensed Modules:
i1Match Module "Scanner": NOT licensed
i1Match Module "Monitor": NOT licensed
i1Match Module "Printer": NOT licensed
i1Match Module "Printer RGB only": NOT licensed
i1Match Module "Printer CMYK only": NOT licensed
i1Match Module "Beamer": NOT licensed
i1Match Module "Printer Easy RGB": NOT licensed
i1Match Module "Printer Easy CMYK": NOT licensed
i1Match Module "Digicam": NOT licensed
i1Match Module "Editor": NOT licensed
i1Profiler Module "Display Profiling": NOT licensed
i1Profiler Module "RGB Printer Profiling": NOT licensed
i1Profiler Module "CMYK Printer Profiling": NOT licensed
i1Profiler Module "Printer QA": NOT licensed
i1Profiler Module "Advanced-Mode": NOT licensed
i1Profiler Module "Projector": NOT licensed

Button Test
Button: Successful

Emission test
Emission calibration: Successful
Prepare the instrument for emission measurement
White measurement: Successful (X=84.669 Y=88.963 Z=92.308)
Gray measurement: Successful (X=31.945 Y=33.069 Z=37.806)
Black measurement: Successful (X=0.144 Y=0.135 Z=0.199)
Red measurement: Successful (X=38.510 Y=19.946 Z=1.535)
Green measurement: Successful (X=31.797 Y=63.686 Z=8.602)
Blue measurement: Successful (X=15.315 Y=6.158 Z=83.317)
Emission: Successful

Button Test
Button: Successful

Noise Tests
Dark measurement: Successful (dark noise: -186.396)
Noise measurements: Successful
Noise result: Successful (electronic noise: 2.751)

Reflectance test
Reflectance Spot calibration: Successful
Reflectance Spot measurement 1: Successful (95.837, -0.383, 2.534)
Reflectance Spot measurement 2: Successful (95.847, -0.382, 2.557)
Reflectance Spot measurement 3: Successful (95.835, -0.391, 2.586)
Reflectance Spot measurement 4: Successful (95.835, -0.382, 2.549)
Reflectance Spot measurement 5: Successful (95.840, -0.399, 2.576)
Reflectance Spot measurement 6: Successful (95.838, -0.383, 2.542)
Reflectance Spot measurement 7: Successful (95.833, -0.374, 2.543)
Reflectance Spot measurement 8: Successful (95.839, -0.389, 2.568)
Reflectance Spot measurement 9: Successful (95.834, -0.376, 2.542)
Reflectance Spot measurement 10: Successful (95.839, -0.381, 2.525)
Lamp test: Successful (minL=95.833 meanL=95.838 MIT=0.0121233603 CIT=0.0112199998 LOT=6.59139156)
Reflectance drift test: Successful (0.018)
Reflectance Scan calibration: Successful

I also own a Colormunki Photo, maybe I can run dispcalgui and compare them to see if the results are somewhat similar?

Cheers! smile.gif
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The fact that none of the additional capabilities (monitor, etc.) are licensed means that this is an OEM version. Wonder where the original owner got it.

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From the measurement counts, it looks like it's never been used.

[ X-Rite's driver updates this info, but note that ArgyllCMS's drivers do not. ]
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Yeah, it had 0 counts until I ran the diagnostics, now it has some...

I'm attaching the grayscale and primaries measured from my 2209WA monitor (not calibrated yet), does it look right? I feel the luminance is a bit low compared to the other 2 devices? But maybe normal, I have no clue... smile.gif

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I would make one more suggestion; buy yourself an i1 Pro 3.

Surely you mean i1 display pro 3 (colorimeter) smile.gif
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