The Horita RLT-50 translates RS-422 time code obtained from 9-Pin into standard SMPTE Longitudinal Time Code (LTC). Operating without a VCR this unit will work for logging tapes, making window dubs with other Horita devices or making LTC copies.
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Horita RLT-50 Overview
- 2Stand Alone
- 3All Tape Speeds
- 4Switch Selectable
Operates "stand alone" or in line with an edit controller.
Provides LTC time code at all tape speeds; selectable forward direction only or forward/reverse direction LTC output format.
A 1 frame "search offset" when translating at search speeds or at still frame compensates for the +1 frame "on-time" updating done by many downstream LTC readers, edit controllers and other LTC products.
The LTC output is genlocked to the video from the VCR signal.
Horita RLT-50 Specs
|Input||Composite Video, on a BNC connector|
Longitudinal Time Code, on a 9-Pin connector
|Output||Composite Video, on BNC connectors|
Longitudinal Time Code, on an RCA connector
VCR Remote, on a 9-Pin connector
|Television System||NTSC @ 3.58 MHz|
FWD or FWD/REV
Search Offset On/Off
User Bits Select/Set
|Power Source||9 VDC on an AC Power Adapter|
|Dimensions||Occupies one position in a 3 unit 1RU Rackmount|
|Package Weight||3.3 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||23.7 x 13.3 x 3"|
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