AJA RD10MD2 Dual HD-SDI to SD DownConverter

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AJA RD10MD2: Picture 1 regular $1,650.00

About AJA RD10MD2

The AJA RD10MD2 is a 10-bit broadcast-quality Dual channel HD down converter. Channels 1 and 2 are fully independent. Channel 1 has 1 re-clocked HD/SD-SDI output and channel 2 has 1 re-clocked HD/SD-SDI output. Both Channel 1 and 2 have 2 down converted outputs, which can be independently configured as SDI or composite analog.

All HD formats are supported including 24p/psf with 3:2 pulldown. The SD output can be formatted for either 4:3 or 16:9 monitors. For 4:3 monitors both Letterbox and Crop modes are supported. The RD10MD2 is dualrate (HD/SD) and supports SDI inputs.

AJA RD10MD2 Features

  • Dual Independent Channel HD to SD Down Conversion
  • Re-clocking HD-SDI/SDI input loop outputs
  • Multi-Standard HD-SDI or SDI Input
  • SDI and Composite Analog Outputs
  • 3/2 Pulldown for 23.98/24 Hz P/PSF inputs
  • Full 10-bit Data Path, Multi-point Interpolation
  • Configurable for 16:9 or 4:3 Monitors
  • Letterbox and Crop Modes
  • 4:3 Safe-Zone Graticule
  • Pedestal on Composite Analog Outputs

AJA RD10MD2 Specifications

Formats HD
HD: 1080i 50/59.94/60 Hz
1080p/psf 23.98/24/25/29.97/30 Hz
720p 23.98/24/25/29.97/30/50/60 Hz
2 Channels, HD-SDI or SDI SMPTE 259/292/296, 10-bit, 2x BNC
Each Channel has two outputs configurable for either SDI (SMPTE 259M, 10-bit) or analog composite NTSC/PAL, 2x BNC
Channel 1 has one reclocked loop-through output, 1 BNC
Channel 2 has one reclocked loop-through output, 1 BNC
Multi-point interpolation, 10-bit processing
3:2 conversion for 23.98/24p/psf inputs
Fits AJA R-Series Frames
Power Consumption
7 watts
AJA 5 years parts & labor warranty
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