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BD30AV-HD Video Delay Unit Hire
0207 735 2020

Tag: HD video

RTS has recently added 3 x BD30AV-HD Video Delay Lines to our ever expanding list of broadcast hire equipment.

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The BD30AV-HD Video Delay is the highest broadcasting quality solid state video audio delay line without data compression which is separated into HD & SD series.

The BD30AV-HD Video delay series is compatible with all formats of video and audio signals including high definition HD-SDI and standard definition SD-SDI signals input and output. It could be easily used in the high definition live show programming and On-Air TV broadcasting environments from the unwanted parts.

The maximum delay time of BD30AV-HD Video Delay series is up to 60 seconds for the HD-SDI video format, in the mean time 300 seconds delay time as the maximum for the SD-SDI video format.

Further details

Features and Specifications

  • Up to 60 seconds’ delay for the HD-SDI signal as the additional options. 30 seconds’ delay are available in each standard model
  • Compatible with SMPTE 292M (1.485Gbps) – 1080i/60/59.94/50, 1080p/24/23.98(sF), 720p/60/59.94/50
  • Compatible with SMPTE 372M (1.285Gbps) – 1080p/60/59.94/50
  • Compatible with SMPTE 259M-c (270Mbps) – 525i/59.94, 625i/50
  • Adjust the input video format automatically
  • Up to 4 channel digital AES/EBU audio embedded signals supported as the options
  • Digital high definition TBC, frame synchronizer and GenLock function built-in as the options
  • De-embedded signal outputs for preview and program as the options
  • Provides 1 channel HD/SD-SDI digital embedded signal input, 2 channels HD/SD-SDI embedded signal
    output for preview before delay, 2 channels HD/SD-SDI embedded signal for program output after delay
  • Two Bypass modes for Bypass button and power off Bypass mode
  • Gen lockable

Serial Digital Video Inputs

Video Standard: SMPTE 292M 1.485Gbps, 1080i/60/59.94/50, 1080p/24/23.98(sF), 720p/60/59.94/50, SMPTE 372M 1.285Gbps, 1080p/60/59.94/50, SMPTE 259M-c 270Mbps digital component, 525i/60, 625i/50

Number of Inputs: 1ea, BNC

Equalization: Automatic 100m @ 1.485Gb/s with Belden 1694, 25m when Bypass mode ON

Impedance: 75Ω

Serial Digital Video Outputs

Video Standard: Same as inputs
Number of Outputs: BNC x 2 for Program outputs, BNC x 2 for Preview outputs before delay
Signal Level: 800mV ±10%
DC Offset: 0V ± 0.5V
Rise/Fall Time: < 270ps @ 1.485Gb/s; < 800ps @ 270Mb/s
Overshoot: < 10% of amplitude
Alignment Jitter: < 0.2UI at both 1.485Gb/s and 270Mb/s
Timing Jitter: < 0.4UI @ 1.485Gb/s; < 0.2UI @ 270Mb/s
Impedance: 75Ω

Electrical & Mechanical

Power: 100 ~ 240 VAC ± 10%, 50/60 Hz, < 80W
Dimensions: 480 (W) x 44.5 (H) x 526 (D) mm

Contact RTS or call us on 0844 800 6440.

Contact RTS to arrange a hire of the BD30AV-HD Delay Unit

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The pilot scheme will see 500 body-worn video cameras distributed to police officers across 10 London boroughs. Firearm officers will also use them for training.

Camden is the first to start using the cameras, with further trials in Barnet, Bexley, Bromley, Brent, Croydon, Ealing, Havering, Hillingdon and Lewisham.

Video footage will be stored on file for a month unless it is needed as evidence in a case.

Trials in the use of law enforcement body-worn video cameras have shown that people are more likely to plead guilty, knowing that officers have captured the evidence on video, resulting in less costly legal trials and a more efficient criminal justice system.

If successful, it will be rolled out across Britain’s biggest police force.

RTS is a CPS approved supplier of courtroom audiovisual technology, including both temporary and permanent installation of video conferencing, networking and hardware for trials, inquests and hearings in London and around the UK.

RTS have been awarded a sole supplier contract by the Crown Prosecution Service to provide HD video equipment to the CPS training department based in York, UK.

Against stiff opposition from other audiovisual suppliers, RTS were the successful organisation chosen to deliver high definition cameras and DVD recorders to training sessions across the United Kingdom over the next 12 months.

The Leveson inquiry into the ‘culture, practices and ethics of the press’ heard from 650 witnesses who testified in person or in writing, generating 6,000 pages of evidence in more than eight months of hearings.

With their history of successfully installing and operating AV equipment for numerous high profile inquiries, RTS were approached to design, install and operate an audiovisual system for the Leveson Inquiry.

The Leveson Inquiry © BSKYB, BBC, ITN

The inquiry was set up in court 73 of the Royal Courts of Justice in London, with a press and public annexe in a temporary structure located in an outside courtyard.

RTS were asked to design:

  • An audiovisual system with full video conferencing capability for the main hearing room
  • Endpoint facilities for both UK and overseas witness video conferencing links
  • Audio and video feed to the press and public overspill annexe
  • High definition video link for national and international broadcast
  • Live web-stream with on-demand content for the inquiry website
  • Witness identity protection (special measures)

RTS engineers installed and operated networked HD PTZ cameras and microphones, and provided a mixed audio and High Definition SDI video feed to the world’s media for broadcast.

The RTS CDN (Content Delivery Network), served over 2 million video requests for live streams and pre-recorded videos of previous hearings totalling almost 216 TB of data transferred for the duration of the inquiry.

Contact us for technical assistance with a public inquiry or trial.
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