LV5381/LV5381-S – Multi SDI Monitor with up to Four Inputs The LV5381 (or LV5381-S) is a waveform monitor that can monitor up to four SDI signals simultaneously. It is optimized for the level adjustment of the outputs of multiple installed cameras. In the video signal waveform display, vector display, and picture display, multiple input signals can be displayed on top of each other or lined up next to each other. It is also full of useful features such as a level meter display for embedded audio, an error display that indicates transmission errors, and a 5-bar display that shows video signal peak levels using five bars. Furthermore, the LV5381 can show different combinations of these displays in its multi-screen display. Additional Configuration: LV5381-S: This is the same LV5381 waveform monitor but this configuration includes two pre-installed options, Audio Option (OP-02) and Status Option (OP-03).
AVAILABLE OPTIONS: Remote and Tally Option (LV5381-OP70, factory option) The addition of the external remote option enables the LV5381 to load presets and display tallies according to the signals that it receives through the rear-panel remote control connector. This makes it possible to link the LV5381 to a switcher or other device. Dual Link Option (LV5381-OP01) The addition of the dual link option enables the LV5381 to monitor a pair of dual link signals simultaneously. Audio Lissajous Option (LV5381-OP02) The addition of the audio lissajous option enables the LV5381 to display the lissajous curves and the numeric values of levels of the audio that is embedded in an SDI signal. This option comes installed in the LV5381-S from the factory. Status Option (LV5381-OP03) The addition of the status option enables the LV5381 to show analysis displays such as the data dump, phase difference, and event log displays. This option comes installed in the LV5381-S from the factory. 3D Assist Option (LV5381-OP04) 3D video signals can be evaluated by applying the video signal for the left eye to channel A and the video signal for the right eye to channel B. The available picture display formats are anaglyph, convergence, overlay, and wipe. S-LOG2 Option for LV5381 (LV5381-OPSLOG2) This is a very useful option to handle the S-LOG2 features available in some cameras. If the image is under-exposed, turn on the LOW KEY filter to evaluate shadow details. On the other hand, if the image is over-exposed, use the HIGH KEY filter to see the highlight details. In addition, this option allows you to zoom in into the image without manipulating the focus from the camera. It also allows you to look at the exposure levels through custom false color displays.
MAIN FEATURES: Simultaneous Monitoring of Four Inputs The LV5381 is a waveform monitor with a built-in 8.4-inch TFTLCD. It can display up to four SDI input signals of the same format simultaneously. The LCD is an XGA display (1024 x 768 pixels) that boasts high color reproduction. This makes the LV5381 useful for picture monitoring as well. Rich Assortment of Display Features Not only does the LV5381 have essential displays for video signal quality monitoring, such as a video signal waveform display and a vector display, it also has a rich assortment of other display features such as a picture display, audio level meter display, 5-bar display, transmission error detection, and gamut error detection. Wide Variety of Display Formats In the video signal waveform display, vector display, and picture display, the LV5381 can display up to four input SDI signals on top of each other or side by side. This makes it suitable for adjusting the gain and black balance values of multiple cameras. In the video signal waveform and vector displays, the LV5381 can make different waveforms easier to see by using a different waveform color for each input channel. Extremely Flexible Display Layouts Each of the different displays can be shown on a single screen, or the multi-screen display feature can be used to divide the screen into four areas with a different display shown in each area. The video signal waveform display, picture display, and audio level meter display can be shown as a thumbnail display on the one-screen display. Video Signal Waveform Display The input Y CB CR signal can be converted to an RGB or pseudocomposite signal and shown on the video signal waveform display. The video signal waveform display has a rich assortment of features such as waveform magnification and line selection. Picture Display The picture display has a wide variety of picture monitoring features, such as color temperature specification; brightness, contrast, and aperture adjustment; and the display of gamut error locations. Standard-Equipped CINELITE Ⅱ The CINELITE feature makes it easy to manage the levels of specific points on the picture display. This is useful for adjusting the gain of multiple cameras through the use of the same reference point. The CINEZONE feature makes it possible to check the luminance distribution of the whole picture display at a glance. S-LOG2 Exposure Function Capabilities (Option) In order to manage the challenges of the S-LOG2 (exposure) feature in certain cameras, Leader has created an option for it. You can now see clearly the details that are included in a shot by turning on the Low Key function (for over-exposed images) or High Key function (for under-exposed images). In addition, now the image can be zoomed in on the instrument without affecting the focusing captured from the camera. Screen Capture Feature The display can be captured and stored as image data. The captured data can be displayed on the LV5381. Additionally, it can be saved as bitmap files to USB memory, which makes it possible to view the data on a PC. External Sync Signal Input The LV5381 can receive a tri-level sync signal or an NTSC or PAL black burst signal as its external sync signal and then display video signal waveforms with this sync signal as its reference. Presets Stores up to 30 front panel presets. Key LEDs All the panel keys have LEDs. This makes it easy to find the keys even in dark environments. Last Memory Equipped with a feature that stores panel settings to memory. ID Display IDs can be assigned to input channels. IDs are entered from the LV5381 panel. Stereo Headphone Output The LV5381 can deliver the embedded audio of an SDI signal in stereo through the headphone output jacks.
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