Display and Controls
Your UltraSync ONE is easy to set up and use. It has a simple menu system for applying the device's settings.
To learn about connecting other devices to your UltraSync ONE, see Ports.
When you switch on your UltraSync ONE, the OLED lights up and presents you with status information. The OLED is also where you will get to see messages, other status information, and the menus and options you will use to set up your UltraSync ONE.
To learn about the various status displays, including the 'Main' screen shown above, see Main Screen.
The LED to the right of the OLED display acts as a colour-coded status indicator.
The LED will flash green if:
UltraSync ONE is in Free Run/Jam-EXT mode and has successfully jammed to a 'master' timecode signal.
UltraSync ONE is in RF Slave mode or EXT LTC Int mode and is synchronised with the master.
UltraSync ONE is the master device in an RF network.
The LED shows a solid green light if the UltraSync ONE is switched off and the battery is fully charged.
The LED will flash blue if:
UltraSync ONE is in Free Run/Jam-EXT mode and is waiting for a jam signal from a 'master' timecode source.
UltraSync ONE is in RF Slave mode or EXT LTC Int mode and is not synchronised with the master.
The LED will flash red if:
UltraSync ONE is powered down and charging. (The LED does not show red if the UltraSync ONE is charging while it is switched on).
UltraSync ONE has a low battery.
UltraSync ONE is resynchronising with a master device (LED flashes red twice, very quickly).
If you are unfamiliar with master and slave devices, you can learn more in Master and Slaves.
Up and Down
Use the Up and Down buttons to scroll through the menu options and top-level status display screens.
Use the Select button to choose a menu or option. You will also use Select to switch your UltraSync ONE on and off.
To make a selection or change a setting, use the Up and Down buttons to scroll to a menu or option. Press the Select button once to confirm.
To switch your UltraSync ONE on or off, press and hold the Select button (see Switch UltraSync ONE On and Off, for more details).