AJA R20AD Universal Component - Composite to SDI Converter, 10 Bit

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About AJA R20AD

The AJA R20AD provides excellent-quality 10-bit conversion to SDI from component or NTSC/PAL sources. The R20AD accepts YPbPr (SMPTE, EBUN10), Betacam, or RGB component inputs and NTSC/PAL or Y/C (S-Video) composite inputs. Featured in the R20AD is a 4 Line Adaptive Comb Filter for high quality decoding of composite sources. The comb filter can be switched to 2-line, or notch modes for minimum delay requirements.

The R20AD also accommodates an optional FSG card (Frame Sync) for synchronizing the output video relative to an external reference. NTSC/PAL configuration is automatic. Video format, AGC, H/V blanking and pedestal are all user configurable.

AJA R20AD Features

  • Excellent quality 10-bit adaptive comb filter decoding
  • Component (YPbPr, Betacam, RGB), PAL and NTSC Composite and Y/C (S-Video) inputs
  • Four serial outputs (SMPTE 259M)
  • Automatic NTSC/PAL selection
  • Configurable pedestal and Comb filter
  • 2X Oversampling
  • Frame Sync/Genlock option with external reference inputs and full timing adjustment
  • Plug compatible with several other manufacturers' video frames

AJA R20AD Specifications

Input Format
Component (YPbPr, Betacam), PAL and NTSC Composite and Y/C (S Video)
Input Level
1Vp-p
Output
SMPTE 259 Serial Digital Component
Reference Input Format
NTSC or PAL Analog Color Black
Number of Outputs
4 BNC
A/D Converters
10-bits, 2x oversampling
Size
Fits AJA R-Series Frames. Compatible with Leitch 6800 Series Frames.
Frequency Response
Y +/- .15dB to 5.5MHz
C +/- .15dB to 2.5MHz
Power Consumption
7 Watts (8 watts w/Frame Sync option)
Warranty
AJA 5 years parts & labor warranty
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