Denecke TS-C Compact Timecode Slate (Color Clapper, EL Backlit)

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Denecke TS-C Compact Timecode Slate (Color Clapper, EL Backlit)
Key Features
  • Compact Timecode Slate
  • Color Clapper
  • EL Backlit
  • Jams to All Standard Frame Rates
The Denecke TS-C is a compact full-featured smart slate capable of reading, generating, and displaying SMPTE/EBU timecode. Its new compact size makes the TS-C ideal for documentary work, insert shots, or anywhere a big slate is too cumbersome. The TS-C jams to all standard frame rates, including 23.976 for HD.
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Denecke TS-C Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Flash Microprocessor
  • 3Clapper
  • 4Voltage Readout
  • 5Access Door
  • 6Error Warning
  • 7EL Backlit
  • 8Automatic
  • 9TCXO

The Denecke TS-C is a compact full-featured smart slate capable of reading, generating, and displaying SMPTE/EBU timecode. Its new compact size makes the TS-C ideal for documentary work, insert shots, or anywhere a big slate is too cumbersome. The TS-C jams to all standard frame rates, including 23.976 for HD.

Flash Microprocessor

A 16-bit flash microprocessor produces greater accuracy and allows for future firmware upgrades.

Clapper

This unit features a colored clapper.

Voltage Readout

A battery voltage readout and low-battery warning keep the user informed.

Access Door

A small sliding door allows quick access to controls and battery pack.

Error Warning

A sync error warning lets the user know different frame rates are being input.

EL Backlit

The EL backlit display is particularly useful during night shoots and on dimly lit stages.

Automatic

The incoming frame rate is read and the reader automatically sets to that frame rate.

TCXO

The high-stability temperature compensated crystal oscillator (TCXO) ensures low drift and is standard on the TS-C.

Denecke TS-C Specs

InputTC Input
-15 dB at 4.7 K, on a 1/4" Phone Jack or 5-Pin LEMO Plug
OutputNot Specified by Manufacturer
Television SystemNTSC: 3.58 MHz
PAL: 4.43 MHz
ControlRotary Switch
LED Brightness
Timecode Type
User Bit
Power Supply 5.7 to 16 VDC
6 x AA Batteries
Dimensions5 x 8.25 x 1.24" / 12.7 x 21 x 3.14 cm
Weight1.9 lb / 861 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.37 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13.3 x 12.5 x 3.7"
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