Does it support 1080p60 or only 30?
From the Manufacturers web site:- Arrow and Arrow Plus systems support the following framerates: 23.98p, 24p, 25p, 29.97p, 30p, 50i, 50p, 59.94i, 60i, 60p This includes the NTFS and PAL formats.
jaan - 09/07/2014
Can I assume that the signal from the receiver can be used for both HD 1080p recording and live transmission. Would I need a twin receiver setup?
The Arrow supports only one receiver and has a single HDMI out. Does both your recorder and transmission system accept HDMI in and does one of them have a 'loop' output so you can feed both from the single output of the Arrow? If not, other solutions are:- HDMI splitter ( one input, two outputs ). Use Arrow Plus rather than Arrow - it supports up to 4 receivers. Use HDMI to HDSDI convertor and feed that via distribution amp if necessary to your recorder and transmission system if indeed they accept HDSDI input. You have not given enough information in your question to provide a definitive answer.
Paul - 26/11/2013
In theory could you use the Paralinx to transmit video from a Sony EX3 straight into a Plasma screen for a live feed at an event and would audio be transmitted too?
Martin - 18/09/2013
How much does the transmitter weigh?
jon - 07/03/2013
Hi thereI have a couple of questions about Paralinx before I buy one as its seems to be what I need.What connection is the power input on the transmitter ? Do you supply that cable ?What is the power in for the receiver ?What connections are on the video output for connecting to a monitor, screen , pc etc ?ThanksWhats the turn around as I need one within the next few weeks Ian C
Here's a full list of the kit contents:- 1. Sender 2. Receiver 3. D-Tap to USB power lead ( with voltage conversion ) 4. 2x mains (13A) plug to USB adapter 5. USB to 90 degree Mini USB cable 30cm 6. Co-ax DC connector to USB 7. Mini HDMI to HDMI converter 8. Back to back HDMI connector 9. HDMI cable 10. Infra red remote control 11. Infra red sensor on approx 1m cable 12. Quick Start Guide As you can see, the transmitter can be powered from a D-Tap or USB power source and both cables are provided. The Receiver is also powered from a USB power source and two Mains to USB PSU's are included. Video in to the transmitter and Video out from the receiver are both HDMI 1.4. At the time of writing, mid Jan 13, we have stock and can ship for next day delivery following cleared payment.
ian - 18/01/2013
I just have one question is it support the sound ...I mean can I hear the sound when I am recording .....thanks
Yes, sound is supported and output from the receiver on the HDMI connector. There is no separate analogue sound output.
visualmed - 03/01/2013
Hi can you run more than one Paralinx Arrow in the same geographical location?
Yes, Paralinx report using 6 sets simultaneously in one location with no problems
Matthew - 28/11/2012
Do you what the transmitter current consumption is ? (ie how much it draws from the camera D-tap before conversion to 5v). Thanks.
ChrisL - 24/10/2012
Thinking of this as a solution for Alexa. What are your suggestions for converter setup SDI-HDMI? etc. Can you supply all the bits needed to just setup and use on the Alexa?
Yes, we can supply everything necessary. On of our Sales team will be in touch soon to establish your precise requirements.
Robert - 10/10/2012
Hello,What is in the box? Power cables, down converter 12v - 5v, HDMI cables, arrow holders / socket, D-tap... ?Thanks
Contents of the box: 1. Sender 2. Receiver 3. D-Tap to USB power lead ( with voltage conversion ) 4. 2x mains (13A) plug to USB adapter 5. USB to 90 degree Mini USB cable 30cm 6. Co-ax DC connector to USB 7. Mini HDMI to HDMI converter 8. Back to back HDMI connector 9. HDMI cable 10. Infra red remote control 11. Infra red sensor on approx 1m cable 12. Quick Start Guide df
Patrick - 11/10/2012
Paralinx inform me that they believe it will pass SD 576i as well as 1080i. Have you tried it at SD as you believe it is HD only.
We tried it and it didn't work. It is possible however that at some point in the future a firmware update could change that situation.....
Frank - 09/10/2012
What input formats does the transmitter? (ie will it transmit 50i SD as well as HD) and also - does it support audio over HDMI?thanks.
The Paralinx Arrow is an HD only product. Yes, embedded audio is passed through the transmission path.
Chris - 30/09/2012
What is the transmission delay / latency on this device?
The delay is less than 2 MS Latency.
john - 24/09/2012
Do you need a license from ofcom to use this item?
This unit operates within the following parameters: 5725-5875 MHz / 25 mW e.i.r.p. / 20 MHz Therefore the Paralinx Arrow qualifies as a "License exempt short range device" as specified by OFCOM. -
Chris - 19/09/2012
Are there any mounting points (threaded holes) on the receiver so that it can be mounted somewhere using a noga arms or something like that?
The receiver has a standard 1/4-20 threaded hole on the bottom for mounting to a magic arm or any standard bracket.
Is it possible to link two or more receivers to the same transmitter, thus allowing to monitor the same signal to a number of displays?
At this time, the units are paired in a one to one fashion. Paralinx have informed us they working on a solution to allow one transmitter to send to 4 receivers, and then another layer that will allow up to 200 receivers. As soon as we receive any news on this update, we will update accordingly.
diego - 08/08/2012
Hi,We are a reseller and would like to see a spec sheet for the Paralinx Arrow. Most importantly, which frequency does it transmit on?
The ARROW transmits in 4 band ranges: 1. 5150 - 5250mhz 2. 5250 - 5350 (able to be turned on and off in the on screen display) mhz 3. 5470 - 5725 (able to be turned on and off in the on screen display) mhz 4. 5725 - 5850 mhz and is capable of utilizing Dynamic Frequency selection in the various bands to avoid interference. Transmission power is less than 50mw.
André - 13/07/2012