This "in line" video delay utilizes front mounted toggle switches and a fine trimmer to adjust video delay parameters; it is useful in matching video sources with varied cable runs. A video delay will take the place of the mound of coiled coax that some studios use to time equipment.
Toggle switches are used to adjust the main timing parameters.
A fine "trimmer" adjustment is available to make small adjustments to the delay signal.
Allen Avionics VAR640 Specs
Composite Video, @ 75 ohms, on a BNC connector
Composite Video, @ 75 ohms, with delay, on a BNC connector
0 to 640 nano-seconds
Incremental toggle switches with a variable trimmer
This divice dont need power supply? Also will work with 3G-SDI?
Asked by: Otoniel
Thanks for the answer, any solution for 3G-sdi 1080p signal, i need delay 1 line of video coming from ursa mini sdi output to an atomos sumo 19” switcher, and because of the second camera has a wireless trasmiter has a strong delay aprox 6 frames(800ns).