DelaySystem is a simple and cost-effective Video Delay Line for applications requiring long audio or Video Delays. The DelaySystem can be used in any applications where a constantly rewriting video storage is required. Example applications include any Video storing/delay requirement. Synchronizing video and audio feeds in a studio, at sporting events and for the action replay of any live video feed. The DelaySystem has many applications in timing correction caused by slow digital conversion systems as well.
DelaySystem Video delay line operates by utilizing large banks of memory to provide a video delay with almost no loss in quality. Various DelaySystem models are available offering delays from milliseconds to over 2 minutes. For flexibility, the amount of delay is user adjustable in 1/16 steps. Dual channel high quality audio delay, synchronized with the video, is available as an option. The video delay system consists of a small DC powered unit that is very simple to install and operate.
DelaySystem Video delay line operates by utilizing large banks of memory to provide a video delay with almost no loss in quality. DelaySystem is a simple and cost-effective way to upgrade a standard time-lapse DVR to offer pre-event recording. This advanced feature, normally associated with costly digital recording systems, offers the advantage of capturing the complete event of interest rather than a second or two after the trigger.
Delaysystem operates by utilizing large banks of high-speed memory to provide a 1 to 120 second video delay with a negligible loss in quality. (custom delays are available) The system consists of a small DC powered unit that is very simple to operate, ideal for covert installations. DelaySystem also offers a number of operational benefits. For example, in battery powered remote surveillance applications, installing DelaySystem can significantly improve battery life by storing video while a VCR is completely powered-down. When a trigger is received, the VTR may be powered-up and start recording well before the delay cycle is completed.