The RM-3358W is a color video featuring three 5.8" Widescreen active matrix TFT LCD displays (16:9 or 4:3 aspect ratio).
Each LCD is back lit with a cold cathode fluorescent tube.
The LCD’s are mounted in a cylinder, which allows the operator to rotate the display array ±55° in the vertical plane to provide optimum operator viewing angles.
Each LCD display has discrete front panel controls for brightness, color, tint (NTSC only) and NTSC/PAL switching.
The unit is three rack spaces (3RU) in height and installs into an industry standard 19" wide rack.
The standard RM3358W unit features two composite analog (CVBS) video inputs per LCD display for a total of six inputs (NTSC or PAL).
One of the two inputs (per display) is selected using a front panel A/B toggle switch.
Each of the six CVBS video inputs has a passive loop-through on a BNC connector and a 75 Ohm/Hi-Z termination select switch.
SDI or HD/SD-SDI signals may be monitored with installation of one of three field-installable input options (one per display).
These input modules are easily installed to input connectors on the rear panel.
Each installed option disables the second (or B) CVBS video input in the section in which it is installed.
The RMSDI-1 accepts SD-SDI video signals, while the RMHD-2 accepts either HD-SDI or SD-SDI signals.
Both feature an input, buffered output, and CVBS video output (converted from the input) on BNC connectors, signal lock LED, and auto-sensing of PAL/NTSC signal formats.
A third option, the RMSDI-1, is identical to the RMHD-2, except that it lacks the SDI output and requires manually setting a switch for NTSC/PAL formatting.
Selection of the option(s) is accomplished by setting the front panel A/B switch to "B".
Each display also features a tri-color (red/green/yellow) tally LED indicator.
A DB25 connector on the rear panel is used to interface the unit with your facilities’ tally system.
An optional field-installable audio indication module (AIM-1) can be plugged into the tally connector in order to use the RM-3358W tally LEDs for indication of audio presence and loss.