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Brompton brings the power

Brompton brings the power

Brompton brings the power

UK manufacturer Brompton Technology’s Tessera S8 LED processor has been created to cater for high-profile projects that would benefit from the flexibility of the Tessera feature set without the need for a large output capacity. The product is described as a midrange LED processor that supports all Tessera processing features, including HDR and dynamic calibration, as well as ultra-low latency and high frame rates.

The S8 provides full 4K60 input support, with eight 1G outputs each capable of 525K pixels at 60Hz, 8-bits per colour, and a zero-latency up/down scaler that matches the source to the screen. It’s capable of full HD output with closed loop redundancy, making it a solid choice for rental companies looking to maximise their offering for more cost-conscious events.

The ultra-low-latency feature reduces latency to just one frame, making it easier to synchronise live action with visual effects, virtual sets and cameras. High frame rate allows users to play video content on an LED screen at up to 144fps, reportedly resulting in smoother motion, reduced motion artefacts in fast-moving content and reduced input lag.

Several additional features have been included to help get shows up and running quickly. Quick Association provides a simple way to associate large numbers of fixtures to the processor, while Pixel Mapping allows free placement and rotation of fixtures to 0°, 90°, 180° and 270°, regardless of cabling order.

The processor is said to ensure peace of mind for users with the ability to operate a full HD output with closed loop redundancy. Cabling loops are created from the primary port through a string of fixtures and then back to the processor. In the case of unexpected signal loss or errors with the loop or primary feed, the backup port takes control and within one frame switches to the backup feed to provide a worry-free live show.



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