Double digit alphanumeric tally cue light.
The CueScript CueNumber tally system is powered by mini-USB and designed to plug directly into the USB output connector on the CueScript monitors. The green numbers and/or letters will change to red when the tally signal is received. LED brightness is adjustable.
The CueScript Time Display has a 12 or 24 hour mode selection and doubles as a cue light, taking the camera tally signal via CueScript’s photoelectric cell sensor or the wired camera tally. This changes the numbers from green to red when live/on air. The CSTD reads and displays VITC SMPTE time code, both NTSC and EBU, and clock time can be externally set when VITC is not available.
The CSTD Time Display mounts easily and directly to the CueScript CSMV2 prompter range.- VTC input and backup time kept with a 32kHz watch crystal
CueScript Counterbalance weights designed to attach to the rear of the Mount Purple plates.
Adjustment of the weight is simple and configurable by adding or reducing the specially designed weights. Their clever design mean that they can be angled and positioned to increase counterbalance but reduce the amount of physical weight required.
There are 4 weights included in each set and they are available in 2 sizes: Standard (CSBW4) and Extra Heavy (CSBW4H)
It is suggested that you purchase a set of the 6” extension rods (CSMP6) for the Mount Purple when attaching counterbalance weights.
A CueScript Counterbalance Weight featuring a robotic pan arm receptacle.
With the same design principles of the CSBW4 standard Counterbalance Weights, the CSRPAW slides onto the rear of the Mount Purple plates but allows panning arm/s to be attached.
OnTime is a Wi-Fi-enabled NTP reader that can be easily configured to the local time, for accurate timing on the road, providing NTP to the CSTD digital time code display.
OnTime connects to a CueScript CSTD Time Display and CSMV2 (or previous CSM) prompt monitor. The CSTD digital time code display mounts to the CueScript CSMV2 (and CSM) prompter range.