360 systems image server broadcast time delay model 2470

 
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  • Brand: 360 Systems
  • Model Number: 2470
  • Product Code: BS16002
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360 Systems’ Broadcast Time Delay is a high-quality program delay for television broadcast, satellite delivery, and other applications requiring a user-settable delay time for video, audio, and vertical interval data. Applications for the delay include:

• Compensation for worldwide time zones differences, where a program is received at a different time than when it needs to air.

• Program origination delays, where content is time-shifted prior to transmission or distribution.

• Time delays of 24 hours. This delay may be used by a broadcaster to provide “evergreen” material in the event of network/satellite transmission problems. In this instance, material received exactly 24 hours earlier could be re-transmitted until problems are resolved.

• “+1” channels that allow cablecasters to offer multiple feeds of the same program content to maximize channel exposure with limited additional cost. Viewers can choose to see a variety of different shows in their chosen viewing time, or see an immediate repeat of a show that interested them simply by changing the channel. The Broadcast Time Delay can be thought of as a black box that records video, audio, and specific VBI information; it then delays the playback of the program by a user-selectable time period. Whatever goes in, comes out later. The Broadcast Time Delay will operate as a set-and-forget box with no user intervention. On restarting after a power failure, it will again start delaying the input according to the most recent user settings. The delay time is user-programmable from 20 seconds to greater than 24 hours. The programmed delay interval is frame-accurate over an indefinite time period; if several Broadcast Time Delays are fed identical input signals they will remain in sync indefinitely. The video channel accepts both Composite (CVBS) and SDI video signals. Four audio channels are provided, and may be AES/EBU digital, or embedded in an SDI stream. Alternately, two +4 dBu an

Technical Details

Video

Time delay Adjustable, 30 sec to 36 hours

Time set increment D.HH:MM:SS.FF

Video reference (genlock) External black burst required (RS-170)

Accuracy Frame accurate over long term

Inputs 1

Outputs 1 delayed output, 1 E-E monitor

Analog video I/O Composite, 75Ω BNC connector

Digital video I/O SDI, SMPTE 259M, 75Ω BNC connector

Video standard NTSC, 525/60

Compression format MPEG-2, 4:2:2 Profile @ Main Level, I-frame, 30 Mb/sec

 

Audio

Digital Inputs/Outputs 2 stereo pairs (4 channels) per video channel

Digital audio format AES/EBU, (AES-3-2000) XLR-3 connector

Analog Inputs/Outputs 2 mono audio channels per video channel

Analog audio I/O format Balanced, +4 dBu, XLR-3 connector

Audio coding 48k sample rate, 24-bit word, Linear PCM

Bit-for-Bit® capable Transparent to Dolby-E, Dolby-AC-3

Embedded audio 4 channels, 20-bit

 

VBI Data

Closed Captions Line 21, 22 per EIA-608B

VITC time code Lines 14, 16; includes user bits

AMOL/Nielson data Line 22

Network Communications

Network port FTP over Gigabit Ethernet

Data available Error log, future use

 

Disk Storage

Drives (4) Serial ATA in RAID-5 array

Drive access Accessible/replaceable from front panel

CD-ROM drive Internal, for loading software upgrades

 

Miscellaneous

Operating system Linux®

Front panel indicators Power-on, Genlock, Fan alarm, RAID alarm, System alarm

Miscellaneous ports Keyboard, mouse, SVGA display, Ethernet

GPI control inputs/outputs 25-pin D connector, future use

Serial control input 9-pin, EIA-422, future use

Cooling Forced air

Power 100 to 240 volts universal, 50/60 Hz, 165 watts

Mechanical 3-1/2” x 19” x 18” (89 x 483 x 457 mm) H-W-D

Mounting Rack mount (2U), includes rear supports

Weight 27 lb. (10.6 Kg) net

 

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