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Thread: [Solved] Tally Circuit interface TCXD300 with Datavideo intercom ITC-100

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    [Solved] Tally Circuit interface TCXD300 with Datavideo intercom ITC-100

    After several tests. Here's to you all documentation for the execution of an interface circuit between Tricaster TCXD300 and intercom Datavideo ITC-100 for the operation of the tally.

    With few Euros, you can make at home this circuit.

    I attach all the photos and circuits. All free!

    Human knowledge belongs to the man!

    For the relay I used the NEC EE2-3NU working properly but any relay or 3volts 5volts.

    The entire circuit is completely decoupled to protect both Tricaster Datavideo that any failure that might happen.

    Good luck to all

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    ..As I took the power 5volts from the USB port directly Tricaster.

    To avoid additional external power ...
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    Last edited by epamedia; 09-27-2010 at 02:04 AM.

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    Datavideo intercom ITC-100

    If you don't want to build a interface, I have a controller build that work with the ITC-100.

    The controller will work with the VT series and TriCasters series switchers

    Visit www.tally-lights.com

    or call 248-331-6793

    Tedkazm

    Tally-Lights LLC

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