URSA Brodcast with Camera Fiber Converter to Clearcom

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Robbie Soto

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URSA Brodcast with Camera Fiber Converter to Clearcom

PostFri Feb 02, 2018 5:08 am

I want to use a clear com Partyline system with the new Blackmagic Fiber modules, how would i connect a The CS-70 to my cameras? Would i have to go through the ATEM switcher or do I need a separate part to interface with the native intercom on the fiber module?


If that wasn't clear, I want to hook up a clear com system to the built in intercom that comes with the cameras studio SMPTE fiber module.
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Re: Blackmagic Blackmagic ursa Brodcast Fiber to clearcom

PostMon Feb 05, 2018 7:40 pm

You would connect it via the 25 pin D-sub in the back of the Blackmagic Studio Fiber Converter.

Pin outs are provided in the URSA Broadcast manual.
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Re: Blackmagic Blackmagic ursa Brodcast Fiber to clearcom

PostMon Feb 05, 2018 11:59 pm

Tim Schumann wrote:You would connect it via the 25 pin D-sub in the back of the Blackmagic Studio Fiber Converter.


Where can I find a breakout cable for this?
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Re: URSA Brodcast with Camera Fiber Converter to Clearcom

PostTue Feb 06, 2018 5:44 am

the pinout for the breakout cable is in the user guide. if they don't offer a pre-made cable it would be easy enough to build one. the studio converter, like most other BMD intercom offerings has 4W intercom. you will also need to convert to 2W format before you can connect it to your existing partly line system.
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