10 sources to 10 outputs!
The FA-1010 is a frame synchronizer equipped with the various functions you need for video production and that enables multi-channel routing (10 video inputs and 10 video outputs).
It supports 3G-SDI and HD/SD-SDI input/output as standard and naturally includes all the typical features of a frame synchronizer as well as a color corrector (standard) enabling the conversion of a variety of video signals. For audio signal processing, it is highly versatile with delay adjustment and remapping functions plus a sampling rate converter. By combining these varied options, a single unit can provide the optimal functionality for all video production scenes, including transmission, outside broadcasting, news reporting, production, editing and distribution.
10 SDI inputs have been included in the standard configuration. For SDI input, signals are synchronized independently in the FA-1010, so during switchover there is no shock even if asynchronous signals are input; that means a clean switch in both video and audio. By combining an error detection function with the clean switch function, you can achieve high-grade changeover. An I/O bypass function has also been provided in case power is cut or there is an emergency.
For embedded audio, there are 16 channels per 3G/HD-SDI synchronous/asynchronous input, and there are 12 channels per synchronous input in SD-SDI. That means support for up to 160 channels with all 10 inputs. Many types of signal processing are possible, including SDI embedding and de-embedding, and if an optional expansion card is installed, A/D and D/A conversions are also possible, thus flexibly supporting even multi-channel audio content. Additionally, individual sampling rate converters are provided. Signal processing without any phase gap between channels is possible for such processes as delay adjustment, level adjustment, down-mixing and remapping. Also, users needn’t worry about ancillary data being erased such as subtitles and time code due to signal processing.
In addition to the Proc. Amp. function, the FA-1010 incorporates a color correction function. This enables you to perform color corrections with 3 color correction modes (refer to diagram at right) and also reproduce the original colors in the selected color space using the gamma adjustment function, clip function (refer to diagram at right) and various level adjustment functions.
This uses white clip and black clip functions to correct color information in video that is too bright or dark.
This automatically adjusts color information in HD video to suit SD signal ranges while preserving the original appearance. By determining differences between color information in HD video and that available with SD video, color inconsistency in simulcasts can be instantly corrected.
FOR-A's frame synchronizers have always exhibited superior performance when processing video with poor quality signals. Synchronizer modes that can be selected among from Frame, Line, and AVDL. Adjustment range in AVDL mode is 5H in HD and 1H in SD. Moreover, in every mode both H and V* ancillary data can be passed through.
*If input/output formats differ, there are limitations on the packets that can be passed through.
An in-built Web server combined with the GUI exclusively for PC (see the figure below) means users can change settings of various functions of the FA-1010 from a PC over a network. Mobile and tablet terminals can also be used through a wireless access point.
Remote control for FA-1010.
AUX extension panel for FA-10RU.
This makes it possible to double-up on power source.
4 slots in the rear panel can be used to expand the necessary functions.
4 pairs of stereo channels (8 channels) of balanced digital audio I/O are possible.
4 pairs of stereo channels (8 channels) of unbalanced digital audio I/O are possible (I/O switchover in each of 2 pairs of stereo channels ( 4 channels)).
2 pairs of stereo channels (4 channels) of balanced/unbalanced analog audio I/O are possible
This card is handy when creating a system.
|Video Formats||1080/59.94p, 1080/50p, 1080/59.94i, 1080/50i, 1080/24PsF, 1080/23.98PsF, 720/59.94p, 720/50p
525/60 (NTSC), 625/50 (PAL)
|Video Input||3G-SDI: 3 Gbps (Level A/B), HD-SDI: 1.5 Gbps or SD-SDI: 270 Mbps, 75Ω, BNC × 10|
|Video Output||3G-SDI: 3 Gbps (Level A/B), HD-SDI: 1.5 Gbps or SD-SDI: 270 Mbps, 75Ω, BNC × 10|
|Genlock Input||BB: NTSC 0.429 Vp-p/PAL 0.45 Vp-p or Tri-level Sync: 0.6 Vp-p, 75Ω, BNC × 1, loop-through (to be terminated with 75Ω terminator, if unused)|
|Synchronizer Modes||Frame Sync mode, Line Sync mode, AVDL mode|
|System Phase Control||Frame Sync Mode||H phase: -1/2 H to +1/2 H
V phase: -1/2 frame to +1/2 frame
Maximum delay: 1 frame + 1H / Minimum delay: +1 H
|Line Sync Mode||H phase: -1/2 H to +1/2 H
V phase: -1/2 frame to +1/2 frame
Maximum delay: 1 H +1/2 H / Minimum delay: 1H+2 H
|AVDL Mode||H phase: -1/2 H to +1/2 H
V phase: -1/2 frame to +1/2 frame
Maximum HD delay: 5H +1/2H +1H / Minimum HD delay:1/2H
Maximum SD delay: 1H +1/2H +1H / Minimum SD delay:1/2H
|Video Delay||Maximum 8 frames (in Frame Sync mode)|
|Video Processing Functions|
|Proc. Amp., Color corrector|
|Proc. Amp.||Video level: 0.0% to 200.0%
Chroma level: 0.0% to 200.0%
Black level: -20.0% to 100.0%
HUE: -179.8° to +180°
|Video Clip||YPBPR mode, RGB mode, Composite mode|
|Color Correction||Balance mode, Differential mode, Sepia mode|
|Audio Input||Embedded Audio||3G/HD: 16 channels (Group 1 to 4), 48 kHz, 16 to 24-bit, synchronous/asynchronous
SD: 12 channels (Group 1 to 3), 48 kHz, 16 to 24-bit, synchronous only
|Audio Input (optional)||AES/EBU||Unbalanced, 1.0 Vp-p, 75Ω, BNC × 4 (also serve as AES/EBU outputs), Maximum 4 pairs of stereo channels, 32/44.1/48 kHz, 16 to 24-bit
|Balanced, 1.0 Vp-p,10Ω, 25-pin D-sub (female) × 1, Maximum 4 pairs of stereo channels, 32/44.1/48 kHz, 16 to 24-bit|
|Analog Audio||Balanced or unbalanced, 4 channels (2 stereo channels),
25-pin D-sub (female) × 1 (also serves as analog audio output)
|Audio Output||Embedded Audio||3G/HD: 16 channels (Group 1 to 4), 48 kHz, 16/20/24-bit, synchronous/asynchronous
|SD: 12 channels (Group 1 to 3), 48 kHz, 16/20/24-bit, synchronous only|
|Audio Output (optional)||AES/EBU||Unbalanced, 1.0 Vp-p, 75Ω BNC × 4 (also serve as AES/EBU inputs), Maximum 4 pairs of stereo channels, 48 kHz, 16/20/24-bit
|Balanced, 1.0 Vp-p,10Ω, 25-pin D-sub (female) × 1, Maximum 4 pairs of stereo channels, 48 kHz, 16/20/24-bit|
|Analog Audio||Balanced or unbalanced, 4 channels (2 stereo channels)
25-pin D-sub (female) × 1 (also serves as analog audio input)
|Audio Delay||4 ms to 1,000 ms (adjustable in 1 ms steps)|
|Audio Processing||Sampling rate converter (SRC), Gain control, Down mix, Channel re-mapping, Channel mute (can be set per a channel)|
|Interface||Ethernet (10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T): RJ-45 x 1|
|Temperature / Humidity||0ºC to 40ºC / 30% to 90% (no condensation)|
|Power||100 V AC to 240 V AC ±10%, 50/60 Hz (Redundant power supply as standard)|
|Consumption||without FA-10PS option||Approx. 76 W (at 100 V AC to 120 V AC), Approx. 72 W (at 220 V AC to 240 V AC)|
|with FA-10PS option||Approx. 78 W (at 100 V AC to 120 V AC), Approx. 73 W (at 220 V AC to 240 V AC)|
|Dimensions / Weight||Approx. 430 (W) × 400 (H) × 44 (D) mm, Approx. 6.0 kg|
|Consumables||Power supply unit (to be replaced every 5 years) / Cooling fan (to be replaced every 6 years)|
|Accessories||Operation manual, AC cord, Rack mount brackets|
FA-10RU: Remote Control Panel
FA-AUX30: AUX Extension Panel (with a connection capability with the FA-10RU, FA-10GPI)
FA-10AES-BL: Balanced Digital Audio I/O
FA-10AES-UBL: Unbalanced Digital Audio I/O
FA-10AES-UBLC: Extention Cable for Unbalanced Digital Audio Output of the FA-10AES-UBL (When the cable is connected to the terminal, it exclusively functions as an output terminal.)
FA-10ANA-AUD: Analog Audio I/O
FA-10GPI: GPI I/O