Texio (Formerly Kenwood TMI) CV-1250 - Kenwood TMI / Texio (NTSC) Vectorscope
Kenwood TMI / Texio CV-1250 (NTSC): The CV-1250 is a NTSC vectorscope which can display the amplitude and phase of the chrominance component of the video (composite video) signal in the form of vectors. An 150 mm high-intensity CRT is used to enable the observation of the hue and saturation of composite video signal based on the NTSC format. The auto-focusing function makes the observa-tions more accurate and smoother.
- High-intensity CRT (12 kV)
An 150 mm, rectangular CRT with internal graticule is driven at an accelerating voltage of 12 kV to allow bright, easy-to-see observations free of parallax.
The auto-focusing function allows you to observe complex video signals more accurately and more smoothly.
- Scale illumination
The scale illumination is used to facilitate observations under low light conditions. When taking pictures, the illumination allows you to photograph the scale together with the waveforms.
- Loop-through configuration
The A input, B input and C input are looped through and each of them can internally be terminated at 75Ω with a rear panel switch.
- UNCAL indicator
The UNCAL lamp lights up to indicate the uncalibrated condition when the GAIN control is in other position than the calibration position.
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