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Leitch X75-DPS-575AV

LEITCH / X75-DPS-575AV
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Item #:EQ457798N
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Model Description:
Multiple Path Converter, Synchronizer.... and More.Replacement for DPS-575AV

Model Details

The X75 Multiple Converter and Frame Synchronizer is a standard and high-definition utility synchronizer and converter. It combines video and audio processing capabilities with the ability to up-convert, down-convert, and cross-convert from the most input video formats to almost any output video format.

The X75 is equally suited for analog, digital or hybrid facilities, and represents the ideal choice for broadcasters making the transition to digital television (DTV and HDTV). Available in standard definition video-only and audio/video configurations, the X75 can be upgraded to high definition in the field. The X75 multi converter synchronizer provides an ideal bridge between analog, digital and high definition systems with analog, digital and embedded audio.



Specifications:

SPECIFICATIONS
- specifications and designs are subject to change without notice

Video Specifications

HD-SDI Video Input
StandardSMPTE292M
ConnectorBNC (IEC169-8)
Impedance75 ohms
Return loss>18 dB, typical, from 5 MHz to 1485 MHz
EqualizationAdaptive cable equalization for up to—
388 ft (100 m), typical, of Belden 8281 co-axial cable or
492 ft (150 m), typical, of Belden 1694A co-axial cable

HDTV Fiber Video Input
StandardSMPTE 292M, Mode B Operation
Number of inputs1
ConnectorSingle mode fiber, SC connector standard (FC or ST type optional)
Input wavelength1200 to 1600 nm
Max. input power0 dBm, typical
SensitivityBetter than -20 dBm

SD-SDI Video Input
StandardSMPTE259M-C, 270 Mbps, 525/625 component
ConnectorBNC (IEC169-8)
Impedance75 ohms
Return loss>18 dB from 5 MHz to 270 MHz
Equalization>23 dB Belden 8281 cable

S-Video Input
StandardNTSC, PAL-M. PAL-B
Connector4-pin DIN

Composite Video Input
StandardNTSC (SMPTE170M), PAL-B (ITU624-2), SECAM. PAL-M
ConnectorBNC (IEC 169-8)
QuantizationNormal mode (Non-TBC)
NTSC, PAL-B, PAL-M : 12 bits
Secam : 8 bits

TBC mode
All are 8 bits
Input level1.0 V pk-to-pk
Impedance75 ohms
Return loss>40 dB, 0.1 MHz to 6 MHz
Common mode range5.0 V
CMRR60 dB @ 50/60 Hz, 5 V pk-to-pk
Setup level range±7.5 IRE
Frequency response±0.1 dB, 0.1 MHz to 6 MHz
SNR62 dB, typical
Y/C gain error< 0.1 dB
Y/C delay error<10 ns

Component Input
FormatBetacam
ConnectorBNC (IEC169-8)
Input level1.0 V pk-to-pk
QuantizationNormal mode (Non-TBC)
CAV
Y: 12 bits
Cb: 10 bits
Cr: 10 bits
S-Video
Luma : 12 bits
Chroma: 10 bits

TBC mode
CAV: Not supported
S-Video : 8 bits all
Impedance75 ohms
Return loss>40 dB, 1 kHz to 6 MHz
Frequency responseY: ±0.15 dB to 5.5 MHz
Pb/Pr: ±0.10 dB to 3.0 MHz
SNR>60 dB

Genlock Input
ConnectorBNC (IEC169-8)
Impedance75 ohms
Return loss>40 dB, 0.1 MHz to 6 MHz

Input level1 V pk-to-pk, -5.0 dB to +6.0 dB for NTSC/PAL-B
1 Vpk-to-pk, -3.5 dB to +6.0 dB for Tri-level sync (1080i/720p)
Signal typeNTSC/PAL-B analog composite
±300 mV Tri-level sync (1080i/720p)

HD-SDI Video Output
StandardSMPTE292M
ConnectorBNC (IEC169-8)
Impedance75 ohms
Return loss>18 dB, typical, from 5 MHz to 1485 MHz
Signal level800 mV ± 10%
DC offset0.0 V ± 0.5 V
Rise/fall time<270 ps
Overshoot<10% of amplitude
Jitter<135 ps pk-to-pk

HDTV Fiber Video Output
StandardSMPTE 292M, Mode B Operation
Number of outputs1
ConnectorSingle mode fiber, SC/FC/ST type (as per customer order)
Output wavelength1310 ± 40 nm
Output power-7 dBm
Rise/fall time<270 ps
Jitter<135 ps pk-to-pk
Laser safety levelClass 1

SD-SDI Video Output
StandardSMPTE259M-C, 270 Mbps, 525/625 component
Quantization10 bits
ConnectorBNC (IEC169-8)
Impedance75 ohms
Return loss>18 dB from 5 MHz to 270 MHz
Signal level800 mV ± 10%
DC offset0.0 ± 0.5 V

Rise/fall time400 ps to 1500 ps (20% to 80%)
Overshoot<10%
Jitter<0.2 UI (pk-to-pk)

Composite Video Output
StandardNTSC, PAL-B, PAL-M
ConnectorBNC (IEC169-8)
Quantization12 bits
Impedance75 ohms
Return loss>40 dB (0.1 MHz to 6 MHz)
Frequency response±0.1 dB (0.1 MHz to 6 MHz)
DC offset<0.0 ± 0.005 V
Differential gain<0.5%
Differential phase<0.5°
Y/C delay<1 ns
Transient response< 0.5% K Factor
SNR>63 dB (0.1 MHz to 6 MHz)

Component Output
FormatBetacam
ConnectorBNC (IEC169-8)
QuantizationY: 12 bits
Cb: 10 bits
Cr: 10 bits
GBR: 8 bits
Impedance75 ohms
Return loss>40 dB (1 kHz to 6 MHz)
Frequency responseY: ±0.1 dB to 5.5 MHz
Pb/Pr: ±0.10 dB to 3.0 MHz
DC offset<0.0 ± 5 mV
Relative delay<±1 ns
SNR>63 dB

Streaming Output
ConnectorRJ-45
StandardMPEG4

DVI Output
Standard1080p/29.97, 1080i/29.97, 1080i/25, 720p/59.97, 720p/50, 480i/29.97, 576i/25
ConnectorDVI-D
Rise/fall times75 ps to 0.4 UI (20% to 80%)
Level1.0 V ± 0.2 V (differential, pk-to-pk)
Jitter0.25 UI

Audio Specifications

AES/DARS Input
Balanced
StandardAES3
TypeBalanced, transformer coupled
Connector2 female DB-26/DB-44 connector with breakout cable
Sensitivity<200 mV
Impedance110 ohms ± 20% (0.1 MHz to 6 MHz)
Common mode rejection0 V to 7 V (0 kHz to 20 kHz)
Input audio rate32 kHz to 108 kHz

Unbalanced
StandardAES3, SMPTE276M
TypeUnbalanced, AC coupled
ConnectorBNC (IEC169-8)
Sensitivity<100 mV
Impedance75 ohms
Return loss>25 dB, 0.1MHz to 6 MHz
Input audio rate32 kHz to 108 kHz

Analog Audio Input
ConnectorRemovable barrier strip
Input impedanceJumper selectable with J5-J8
Pin 2-3: 100 k ohms
Pin 1-2: 600 ohms
Input analog level28 dBu to 16 dBu (adjustable by 2 dB increments)
CMRR>80 dB @ 60 Hz, typical
Linearity<±0.5 dB (to -100 dBFS)
Frequency response<±0.05 dB (20 Hz to 20 kHz), typical
THD>100 dB (@ -1 dBFS, 20 Hz to 20 KHz)
SNR>100 dB

AES Output
Balanced
StandardAES3
TypeBalanced, transformer coupled
Connector2 female DB-26/DB-44 connector with breakout cable
Signal level4.0 V (pk-to-pk)
Impedance110 ohms ± 20% (0.1 MHz to 6 MHz)
Jitter<± 4 ns, peak value
DC offset0.0 ± 50 mV
Rise/fall time5 ns to 30 ns (10% to 90%)

Unbalanced
StandardAES3, SMPTE276M
TypeUnbalanced, AC coupled
ConnectorBNC (IEC169-8)
Signal level1.0 V ± 10% (pk-to-pk)
Impedance75 ohms
Return loss>25 dB, 0.1 MHz to 6 MHz
Jitter<± 4 ns, peak value
DC offset0.0 ± 50 mV
Rise/fall time30 ns to 44 ns (10% to 90%)

Analog Audio Output
ConnectorRemovable barrier strip
Output impedanceJumper selectable with J1-J4, J9-J12
Pin 2-3: 66 ohms
Pin 1-2: 600 ohms
Output analog level28 dBu to 16 dBu (adjustable by 2 dB increments)
Linearity<±0.5 dB (to -100 dBFS)
Frequency response<±0.1dB (20 Hz to 20 kHz)
THD<-8> dB (@ -1 dBFS, 20 Hz to 20 KHz), typical
SNR>100 dB

I/O Specifications

Multi-I/O
Composite outputNTSC, PAL-B, SECAM, Sync
Component outputGBR
GPI inputsNumber: 2
Internally pulled HIGH
External contact closure to ground to trigger
GPI outputsNumber: 2
TTL-compatible
75 ohms impedance
Sink 64 mA, source 32 mA
ConnectorDB-26

DV I/O
StandardIEEE-1394
ConnectorIEEE-1394, 6 pin molex connector

Control/Streaming I/O
ConnectorRJ-45
ProtocolsEP, DCN, SNMP, HTTP

Communication

RS-232/RS-422
StandardElectrical specification EIA-232C
ConnectorDB-9
232/422 switchable
422 termination can be selected from the menu

Hardware

Weight and Dimension Measurements
Weight Fully loaded unit, no power cords: 11 lbs (4.9 kg)
Breakout cables (each): 2.5 lbs (1.1 kg)
Height1RU, 1.75 in. (4.5 cm)
Width19 in. (48.3 cm)
Depth (includes extruding knobs and BNCs)21.5 in. (54.6 cm)

Conversion Capabilities
The X75 can convert any of the input signals and formats listed in the following table to any of the specified output signals and formats.


Outputs
486i/59.94720p/59.941080i/59.941080p-23.981080psf/23.98576i/50720p/501080i/501080p/251080psf/25
Inputs
486i/59.94YYYY2
720p/59.94YYYY2
1080i/59.94YYYY2
1080p/23.98Y1Y1Y1Y
1080psf/23.98Y1Y1Y1Y
576i/50YYYY
720p/50YYYY
1080i/50YYYY
1080p/25YYYY
Y1: 2:3 Cadence Inserted
Y2: Material with 3:2 cadence converted with no motion artifacts


Additional Detailed Information:
FEATURES

  • SDTV and HDTV versions
  • Upgradable from SDTV to HDTV
  • Saves space by providing synchronization, processing amplifiers, up/down/cross-conversions, 8-, 16- or 32- channel audio processing, Dolby® E and Dolby Digital® (AC-3) compression and decompression in a 1RU package
  • Simplifies operations via networked control
  • Improves monitoring via streaming capabilities
  • Increases format flexibility by handling analog, digital, and high definition video signals with optional embedded, analog, digital and compressed audio processing
  • Enhances I/O capability via HDTV optical and DVI-D interfaces
  • Enhances troubleshooting and maintenance capabilities via enhanced alarm, auto switchover and industry standard SNMP functionality.
PRODUCT DETAIL

Functionality and Application
The X75 Multiple Converter and Frame Synchronizer is a standard and high-definition utility synchronizer and converter. It combines video and audio processing capabilities with the ability to up-convert, down-convert, and cross-convert from the most input video formats to almost any output video format.

The X75 is equally suited for analog, digital or hybrid facilities, and represents the ideal choice for broadcasters making the transition to digital television (DTV and HDTV). Available in standard definition video-only and audio/video configurations, the X75 can be upgraded to high definition in the field. The X75 multi converter synchronizer provides an ideal bridge between analog, digital and high definition systems with analog, digital and embedded audio.

I/O Flexibility
The X75 offers unparalleled I/O flexibility. Up to 7 input and 8 output formats are provided — dependent on the selected options. I/O features include:
  • One HDTV optical fiber serial component digital video (HD-SDI) input and output
  • Two HDTV serial component digital video (HD-SDI) inputs and 1 output
  • Two SDI serial component digital video inputs and outputs
  • Streaming video output over IP
  • Component analog video (Betacam®) input and output
  • S-video (S-VHS/Hi8) input and output
  • NTSC / PAL-M / PAL-B / SECAM composite video input and output
  • RGB-S output
  • DVI-D output for HDTV signals
  • Auto-detecting inputs with user selectable alarms.
  • Two input modes for automatic detection and selection — allowing for critical program path processing for ingest, bridges between routers/tape transports/servers, mobile broadcast, and edit suites.
Video Processing
Video processing includes:
  • Level/color/hue/clip controls.
  • 12-bit 2D (PQM Phase Quadrature Modulation) or 3D (A3D Adaptive Three Dimention) color decoding and 12-bit color encoding.
  • Noise reduction.
  • Frame synchronization and time base correction for non-synchronous signals.
  • Analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog video conversion for hybrid facilities.
  • Up/down conversion with aspect ratio conversion for hybrid standard and high definition facilities.
  • High definition cross-conversion for broadcast and production facilities with multiple high definition format requirements.
Audio Processing
Processing for audio includes:
  • Level/invert/delay/swap controls.
  • Three optional audio modules:
    8-channel internal processing (4 ch. Analog, 2 AES I/O)
    16-channel internal processing (4 ch. Analog, 5 AES I/O)
    32-channel internal processing (8 AES I/O)
  • Analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion.
  • Embedding and de-embedding for both SDI and HD-SDI serial digital signals — for interfacing any audio signal in a professional environment.
  • Sample rate conversion, synchronization and timing to video — for lip-sync error correction.
  • Multi-channel program signal processing for surround sound applications.
  • Decompression, processing and compression for embedded or discrete audio signals such as Dolby E and AC-3.
Metadata
Embedded metadata within the program stream (e.g., CC [Closed Captioning]) is passed transparently from input to output (EIA-608 transcoded to EIA-708, line 21 input to HDTV VANC). As well, CC is passed through transparently during all down, cross and aspect ratio conversion.

Test Signals
A complement of SDTV signals is provided on the analog and digital SDTV outputs on all versions of the X75. The X75HD version adds a complement of HDTV test signals on the HDTV outputs. If the audio option is used on either the SDTV or HDTV versions, there are four selectable test tones for the embedded, AES and analog outputs.An option is available to facilitate timing of video and audio for lip sync purposes. Three applications are possible:
  1. A X75 in a local location provides a test signal that can be recorded and played back and any X75 can measure any video to audio relative differences in time from the playback source.
  2. A single X75 can send the test signal into a transmission system in a loop back application and measure any video to audio relative timing differences.
  3. Any X75 can send the test signal to any X75 and measure any video to audio relative timing differences.
This lip sync test test provides a video-to-audio timing measurement so that the operator can adjust lip sync in an automatic fashion or manually without guessing.

Control and Monitoring
Control and monitoring of signals passing through the X75 is enabled using IP over Ethernet. Instant operator control from the local or remote control panels allows for easy manipulation of video and audio signals. The use of two Ethernet ports per unit (one for control, monitoring and video thumbnails, and one for video and audio streaming) makes PC control and monitoring over large networks entirely manageable. A built-in Web Server and optional SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) are industry standard means of controlling and monitoring the X75 over Ethernet. Leitch’s CCS (Command and Control System), Pilot and Navigator software further enhance the remote control aspects of the X75. NUCLEUS, a Network Control Panel provides complete user customization to tailor the control interface to the specific X75 application.

User-selectable Modes
Operational modes for numerous applications can be user-selected:
  • M-PATH: The user has the choice of processing any input to all outputs (e.g., A to D, D to A, up, down or crossconversion), or processing up to four inputs (A to D and D to A, up and down conversion, cross and down conversion).
  • SIMULCAST: Any two inputs can be switched to all standard and high definition outputs.
Remote Flexibility
For X75 units with a blank front panel, all configuration and control must be performed remotely using one of the following methods:
  • Via separate remote control panel — such as the X75-RCP or NUCLEUS.
  • Using a CCS™ (Command and Control System) application such as Pilot™ or Navigator™.
  • Via web browser such as Internet Explorer® (IE) or Netscape®
  • Via SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)
  • Via third party control software using CCS EP (Extended Protocol)
Note that X75 units with blank front panels only provide a certain number of LEDs for alarm and statusmonitoring, including the following:
  • Major and minor alarm LEDs
  • Status LEDs for power and memory access
For X75 units with an installed local control panel, configuration and control can be performed locally. Numerous LEDs that indicate alarm, status and configuration information are available from the front control panel.


Control Architecture

The X75 can be equipped with a local control panel, or it can also be controlled in the following ways:


Ethernet — X75 includes two 10/100-BaseT Ethernet ports:

One Ethernet port is dedicated to control, monitoring and low bit-rate streaming, providing a low frame rate video-only thumbnail.
The second Ethernet port is dedicated to streaming ¼ screen VGA, full motion video and audio for monitoring purposes.


Web Server — The X75’s built-in Web Server allows control via Ethernet, and permits alarms to be monitored on a unit-by-unit basis. A video thumbnail is streamed from the X75 to the web browser.


Remote Panel — A remote panel with Ethernet capability (and the same control features) is available for controlling up to 200 X75s and DPS-575s. The X75 remote panel can monitor and control one X75 at a time. Note also that local and remote control panels associated with installed DPS-575s can control X75 through the text menu system. NUCLEUS can be customized by the user to control X75s and other devices on the control and monitoring netowork.


SNMP — For those who have adopted (or may adopt) the industry standard SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol), an SNMP agent can be added as an option.


Binary Protocol — Binary Protocol (EP Extended Protocol) is available for those who wish to write their own software application for controlling and monitoring the X75.


CCS — The X75 is CCS (Command Control System) compliant for use with Navigator, Pilot, Co-Pilot. A specific GUI (Graphical User Interface) has been developed for control, monitoring and diagnostics purposes. Refer to thePilot and Navigator GUI section for details.

Applications
The X75 can be used for:
  • HDTV Mobile Production
  • Live Broadcasts for Sports and Music
  • Satellite ingest for genlocking and timing purposes.
  • Other applications exist in news and production.
The X75 is designed to be used in many applications as described below:

Mobile
X75 is built for use in mobile environments with fast operator controls, automatic input selection of composite, SDI or HD-SDI inputs to the proper HD output format, and with video to audio timing test and measurement for maintaining lip sync makes the X75 an easy choice for live events.

Satellite
X75HD provides frame synchronization with audio processing and delay for any input signal type to many output signal types. In satellite gathering and uplink facilities, the X75’s noise reduction plus audio limiting is ideal — ahead of compression encoders.

Broadcast
The X75 can perform the following conversions for broadcast applications: analog and digital conversions, upconversion for HD output, down conversion for monitoring/logging, and cross-conversion for programs that are recorded in other then the native station format.

As a simple switcher, X75 switches between SD and HD inputs with clean SD and HD outputs with voiceover.

Ideal for use with Dolby E and AC-3 compressed audio, the X75 simplifies and reduces the amount of equipment needed to synchronize and time your video and audio signals.

News
Any tape format can be time-base corrected for use in any news environment — analog, digital or HDTV.

Production/Editing
For HDTV production applications, support for 24p (1080p-23.98) and 25p (1080p-25) provides for conversion to and from any signal type.


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