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Leader - LV 7330
The LV 7330 is a highly functional, compact, light-weight SDI rasterizer that boasts exceptional cost performance. When the LV 7330 is connected to an external XGA or WXGA monitor, it can display the picture of an HD-SDI or SD-SDI signal in addition to video signal waveforms, vectors, audio data, and data analyses of the signal. The LV 7330 also comes standard-equipped with CINELITE Ⅱ, a convenient tool for analyzing luminance data.
SDI Inputs and Outputs
The LV 7330 has two SDI input connectors that can be used for both HD-SDI and SD-SDI input. It also has an SDI output connector that you can use to send a reclocked SDI signal.
The various LV 7330 displays are transferred through a DVI-I connector to an XGA (1024 x 768) display. The LV 7330 also uses a squeeze method to support aspect ratios of 16:9 (1366 x 768) and 16:10 (1920 x 1200).
The LV 7330 comes standard-equipped with CINELITE II (CINELITE and CINEZONE), which is a video signal luminance information analysis tool. With CINELITE, you can use the cursor to select any 3 points and display their f-Stop numbers, percentage values, and level values. You can choose to analyze a single pixel or a small area by setting the size of the measured area to 1 pixel or to the average value for 9 or 81 pixels. With CINEZONE, you can display the luminance levels in the picture using different colors. This allows you to quickly determine the overall luminance distribution in the picture, and it makes it easy to spot overexposure, underexposure, and different luminance levels in dark areas.
The LV 7330 has a wide assortment of SDI signal picture display features including zoom, various safety markers, and brightness, contrast, and chroma adjustment. The LV 7330 also supports CEA/EIA-608 closed captioning and superimposition.
Video Signal Waveform Display
The LV 7330 uses fully digital waveform display processing to achieve high precision and quality. From video signal waveform display gain expansion, sweep expansion, and cursor measurement to pseudocomposite and RGB displays, the LV 7330 has all of the features that people look for in a waveform monitor. The LV 7330 is equipped with an external sync signal input and it can display video signal waveforms based on a tri-level sync signal or an NTSC or PAL black burst signal.
The LV 7330 can display component chrominance signal vectors. The amplitude can be manually zoomed, or set to a fixed magnification value such as five. The IQ axes, which are useful for vector observation, can be turned on and off.
5 Bar Display
The LV 7330 can display the peak levels of the Y, R, G, B and pseudocomposite signals. This feature is useful for monitoring gamut errors.
The LV 7330 can extract the audio signal embedded in an SDI signal and display level meters, Lissajous curves, and surround-sound images for up to eight channels. The LV 7330 also supports external digital audio input, for which it can display a two-channel level meter and Lissajous curves. The level meter supports loudness metering and is useful for managing the volume level experienced by the listener.
*The resolution of SD-SDI audio quantization is up to 20 bits.
Stereo Headphone Output
The LV 7330 can extract the audio signal embedded in an SDI signal. You can select two channels from the extracted audio and transmit them in stereo through the headphone output connector.
The status display has a number of advanced features, including SDI signal error detection and analysis features.
Time Code Display
The LV 7330 can decode SMPTE 12M-2 time codes (LTC or VITC) and SMPTE 266M time codes (D-VITC) and display them. These codes can be used as timestamps in the event log.
The display can be captured. Captured displays can be viewed or superimposed over an input signal. Captured displays can be saved in internal memory (RAM) or USB memory or sent to a PC through an Ethernet connection as bitmap data.
The LV 7330 can store up to 30 frequently used setting configurations. The configurations can be recalled easily from the front panel or using commands sent through the Ethernet or remote connector.
You can recall presets by sending commands through the remote connector. Also, a tally light can be displayed on the screen.
From a PC connected to the LV 7330 through the Ethernet connector, you can recall presets, execute panel operations, transfer files, and monitor errors.
The LV 7330 backs up the current settings so that you can use the same settings that you were using before immediately after powering it up.
The LV 7330 has an XLR DC input connector and runs on a 12-VDC power supply.
LV 7330SER01 HISTOGRAM & USER GAMMA DISPLAY
This software option enables you to show video signals on the LV 7330 histogram display. It also enables you to convert the userdefined gamma to ITU-R BT709 gamma and show the converted signal on the picture display.
LV 7330SER02 GAMUT & LEVEL ERROR(Option) NEW
This software option adds the following features to the LV 7330:
(1) Area and time specification in gamut error detection
(2) Detection of luminance and chrominance signal level errors