The BSG-50 provides an economical means for generating the most common SD analog composite video reference timing signals required to operate various SD analog composite video switchers, effects generators, VTRs/VCRs, cameras, video edit controllers, and other professional video equipment.
The ETD-100 is a 0.8"H LED display timer that can be used to time various situations and events such as talent, speakers, presentations, experiments, etc. The LED display has a brightness control and the 0.8" characters are large enough to be read across a room.
The GPS-MSG is a multiple output SD RS-170A analog composite video blackburst and video sync signal generator that is genlocked to the atomic clocks in the Global Positioning System. The GPS-MSG quartz crystal master clock is continuously phase controlled to accurately track the time from the GPS satellites.
The GPT-50 GPS Video Titler adds real-time GPS data to SD analog composite video for recording or viewing. The video output from the GPT-50 is the same as the video input plus a caption of GPS position and other data, depending on input code format. The GPT-50 works with NTSC RS-170A or 625/50 SD analog composite video and RS-232 or RS-422 serial inputs, in several selectable formats. You can select from a total of 12 GPS input code formats.
The HORITA KCT-50 is a stand alone video character generator that works with a standard PS2- type PC keyboard to add titles and captions to your SD NTSC RS-170A/PAL 625/50 analog composite video. The KCT-50 can add up to nine lines of 20 characters each, and the best part is no PC or PC software is required! In addition, the KCT-50 also includes a battery backed up clock/calendar which can overlay your video with a variety of formats of time and date displays to accompany the text.
The SCT-50 is an "industrial" character generator that operates either stand alone or with a computer to title, caption, or time-date stamp SD NTSC RS-170A/PAL 625/50 analog composite video from cameras, VCRs, computers, etc. Insert up to 9 lines of 20 characters each into a video image to add source ID, show camera number and location for security, video data collection, or other video monitoring systems. Internal clock calendar can add time and date stamp to video images.
The TCP-50 is a universal SMPTE longitudinal time code processor that provides a variety of needed time code processing functions to keep up with the changes and requirements of dealing with multi format longitudinal time code.
The TSG-51 provides an economical means of obtaining high quality SD NTSC RS-170A composite video test and alignment signals and patterns. The TSG-51 generates twenty four computer calculated and digitally synthesized test signals, including blackburst, SMPTE color bars, frequency sweep, NTC-7 composite and others. The TSG-51 also provides a 1KHz/400hZ audio tone output, composite sync, and a color Field-1 reference pulse, plus other optional user selectable signals.
The TSG-51B provides an economical means of obtaining high quality SD NTSC RS-170A composite video test and alignment signals and patterns. The TSG-51B generates twenty four computer calculated and digitally synthesized test signals, including blackburst, SMPTE color bars, frequency sweep, NTC-7 composite and others. The TSG-51B also provides a 1KHz/400hZ audio tone output plus other optional user selectable signals.
The TVC-50 reads SMPTE LTC time code and provides a display overlay of time and date onto SD NTSC or PAL analog composite video based on the time and user bit value and date from an internal clock/calendar. The TVC-50 provides numerous time and date display formats and is an ideal video time/date display device for use with the HORITA UTG-50 or GPS-MTG2 master SMPTE time code generator.
The UTG-50 is a multi-frame-rate SMPTE time code generator with an internal GPS receiver. The UTG-50 is truly universal and can generate at frame rates of 23.976, 24, 25, 29.97 drop/non-drop frame, or 30 FPS (Frames-Per-Second). The UTG-50 is designed to provide SMPTE time code that represents accurate “real time” time and date. The SMPTE time code time value can be preset and locked to GPS data via an internal GPS receiver, to an internal real-time clock/calendar chip, or to an external time code input.