Article ID : S500023311 / Last Modified : 11/04/2018

What is a JEITA A measuring standard?

About JEITA A measuring standard.

    JEITA A stands for Japan Electronic Information Technology Association (Ver 1.0).
    JEITA A measuring standard is based on the following conditions:

    1. Switch off the Wireless LAN switch
    2. Go to Personalization*2 - Desktop Background - Picture Location: Sony  
        Select VAIO Long Battery Life Wallpaper 1600x900 
    3. Volume control: Mute
    4. Go to VAIO Control Center - Display - Automatic Brightnss Setings Uncheck Adjust brightness automatically.
    5. Go to VAIO Control Center - Power Options and check Silent Mode.
    6. Go to Graphics Properties*2 - Power - Power Source:Select On battery
        Deselect Display Power Saving Technology

        *2 Right-click desktop

    7. Accept the use of VAIO Care. 

     

    Common settings in Control Panel -> Power Options:

    * Power Plan 
    - Select Power saver

    - Go to Change advanced power settings - Advanced settings tab - sleep
    Sleep after - On battery :Never
    Hibernate after - On battery :Never

    - Go to Change advanced power settings - Advanced settings tab - Display
    Turn off display After - On battery : 0
    Dim the display  - On battery: Never

    - Go to Change advanced power settings - VAIO Power Management tab
    Refresh Rate - Running on battery :40Hz
    Color quality - Running on battery :Medium(16bit)

    - Go to Change advanced power settings - Advanced settings tab - battery
    Critical battery level - On battery: 1%


    JEITA Measuring Method A:
    * Display Brightness
    1. -When it is a model equipped with display 13.1  (1920 x 1080)
       Go to Power Options - Advanced settings 
       Display Brightness -  28%

       -When it is a model equipped with display 13.1  (1600 x 900)
       Go to Power Options - Advanced settings
       Display Brightness -  22% 

     

    2. MPEG file for the measurement is reproduced continuously with WMP.
       Do not change WMP size.
       Do not set full-screen.