In this section, you can find some of the most frequently asked questions about UltraSync ONE, and our answers to these problems. If you have a question, you may find that the answer is right here. If your question is not covered, please contact Timecode Systems for assistance.
Can UltraSync ONE be used as a Master Unit?
Yes. UltraSync ONE is a timecode over RF transceiver, and so can be set as either a master transmitting unit or a slave receiving unit in an RF network. It cannot be used as a master in a BLINK network.
Yes. The UltraSync ONE can use drop frame and standard frame rates.
How Long Does it Take for UltraSync ONE to Re-Sync?
If your UltraSync ONE moves out of range of the master, it will no longer be synchronising with the master. It will re-synchronise with the master when it is back in range of the master, but the amount of time the re-sync takes can vary:
|UltraSync ONE Out of Range for||Approx. Time to Resync|
|Less than 10 seconds||Almost instantaneous|
|More than 10 seconds||Several seconds|
Note: If there are other masters in range, the re-synchronisation may take considerably longer. This applies even if the other masters use different RF channels.