|Supported FPS modes||23.976, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 29.97DF, 30DF|
|T/C input||LEMO 5 connector|
|Wired connectivity||Ethernet, USB, UART, RS232, RS422, LANC|
|Frequency||865MHz-923MHz, Worldwide ISM bands. 2.4GHz 802.11g Wi-Fi|
|Power||Backup Li-Polymer rechargeable battery with 3-4 hours min operation, 5V micro USB connector, LEMO2 9-36V DC|
|T/C outputs||Three Buffered outputs on BNC, LEMO 5 and separate LEMO 9 connectors. Selectable MIC or LINE output level on LEMO5|
|Output sync modes||PAL, NTSC, 720p, 720p double frame, 1080i, 1080p, 1080p double frame, Word Clock 44.1, 48.2, 48, 96, 192 KHz|
|Output video sync||1V pp / 75 ohm or 1V pp /37.5ohm for ‘High Level Genlock’ mode (3D camera rigs)|
1x Timecode Systems :pulse Multifunctional Timecode & Metadata Hub & Device Control Center
1x USB Cable
1x Power Adapter
Timecode Systems :pulse Multifunctional Timecode & Metadata Hub & Device Control Center
The :pulse from Timecode Systems is a multifunctional timecode and metadata hub and device control center designed for multicamera setups that allow you to view, monitor, and control any B:LINK-enabled device and compatible camera or audio device from a smartphone, tablet, or computer. It can be used to provide a zero-drift timecode and genlock sync for video and film applications.
The large-capacity LiPo internal battery is constantly charged from any of the power inputs and will run the unit for a minimum of 3 to 4 hours with RF, Wi-Fi, and Ethernet switched on. It is suitable for camera battery swaps or location moves.
Additionally, the :pulse has a solid aluminum casing and features a high-resolution blue OLED display. It offers flexible mounting methods and multiple powering options and can be configured as either an RF slave device or a master device.
The Mini Base Station
Add the mini base station to your multicamera setup and experience the full benefits of the B:LINK protocol. Monitor and control any B:LINK-enabled device or compatible camera and audio devices from your smartphone, tablet, or computer, all while providing accurate zero drift timecode and genlock for your production
The :pulse also has a solid aluminum casing and features a high-resolution blue OLED display, flexible mounting methods, and multiple powering options. It has UART, RS-232/RS-422 connectivity, Ethernet/Wi-Fi/USB connectivity, and simultaneous long-range RF sync and B:LINK networking features
Zero Drift Between Units
Configured as an RF slave device, the :pulse’s timecode and sync generator is soft-jammed twice a second via the long-range robust ISM band RF, meaning zero drift between units. The B:LINK network allows the :pulse to either operate as a B:LINK master device or a B:LINK slave device
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