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The VIO SUPER-DELAY-HD60S-C SDI Video Delay with Clip Player from Gra-Vue allows you to delay an SD or HD-SDI video signal for up to 60 seconds. It features two inputs, a primary input and an auxiliary input that you can switch to when the program feed is corrupted. The output is split into three "timelines", with each timeline going out over a dedicated connector. One timeline shows the video before it is delayed, one shows the video as it is being delayed, and the third shows the video after it is delayed. In this way, a problem spot can be identified and the aux feed can be engaged in time. A countdown timer displayed on the front-panel LCD indicates time elapsed since the problem was encountered.
The unit can also embed or de-embed up to four channels of AES or balanced analog audio. In addition there are two monitor outputs so that all of the SDI-embedded audio can be locally monitored even if the SDI monitor being used doesn't have an audio output.
In addition to delay, this version of the VIO Delay features a 128GB SSD drive allowing you to record video in MPEG-2 format for playback later on.
Delays SD or HD-SDI video for up to 60 seconds
Uses advanced FPGA and DSP processing technology
Supports H/V phase adjustment
Outputs three kind of monitor signals at the same time: before delay, being delayed, and after delay
Front panel LCD supplies down time counter display which starts the moment an abnormal signal is marked
Automatic program loop-out when the unit is powered off
One PCP can control two host devices in a master-slave operational configuration
1RU rackmount chassis structure with hot-swappable redundant power supplies
Built-in Webserver: user can edit clips or configure device using the WEB UI
SD-SDI reference input for syncing signals to common house clock
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Connectors: 2 x SD/HD-SDI on BNC Impedance: 75 ohm Standards: SMPTE 259M-C (270 Mb/s), SMPTE 292M (1.485 Gb/s) Supported Resolutions: 625i50, 525i59.94; 720p50, 720p59.94, 720p60; 1080i50, 1080i59.94, 1080i60 Maximum Amplitude: > 450 mV Maximum Cable Length: 656.2' (200 m) at SD resolution; 328.1' (100 m) at HD resolution -- requires Beldan 1694A cable
Connector: 1 x SD-SDI on BNC Type: PAL, NTSC, or Tri-Level