You can set your UltraSync ONE to run in Master TX mode, where it acts as a master in an What is an RF Network?. You should use the Master TX mode if:
- You want to use your UltraSync ONE independently. Your UltraSync ONE will provide timecode to a connected device, but will not synchronise with other Timecode Systems products.
- You have multiple Timecode Systems devices and you want them to synchronise with an UltraSync ONE.
As the master, your UltraSync ONE will send its timecode, frames-per-second, and user bits to all of the slave devices (that are in range and communicating on the same RF channel).
Note: If you want your UltraSync ONE to receive timecode from a device that is connected to the LTC port, use EXT LTC Input mode instead (see EXT LTC Input).
The master UltraSync ONE also sends timecode data to any device that is connected to the LTC port.
To set your UltraSync ONE to be a master in an RF network, see Master TX UltraSync ONE - Set Up.
If you are unfamiliar with the concept of master and slaves, see Master and Slaves.