|Automatic Winding Process||1. Feed V-0 cassette into the wind station.|
2. Open lid and pull the leader tape out from V-0 cassette.
3. Cut the leader tape.
4. Splice the leader tape to the end of the magnetic tape with the splicing tape.
5. Wind pre-determined length of magnetic tape into V-0 cassette (empty cassette) for blank tape use.
6. Cut magnetic tape.
7. Splice magnetic tape to the other end of the leader tape.
8. Wind-up for retracting leader tape into V-0 cassette.
9. Eject completed cassette out from the wind station.
|V-0 Cassette||VHS format video cassette conforming to EIAJ standard|
Hub Diameter: 26 mm, 62 mm
|Magnetic Tape||Width: 12.65 ±0.02 mm|
Thickness: 20 ±2μm, 14 ±2μm
Pancake Diameter: max. 16.5 inches (420 mm) (Hubs should conform to NAB standard)
|Leader Tape||Length: 366 +12/-5 mm (between hub centers)|
(366 +21/-5 mm (between hub centers), when leader tape is wound on the take-up reel without any slack. This does not apply to the case in which the leader tape is wound on the supply reel)
Width: 12.65 ±0.03 mm
Thickness: 40 ±5μm
|Splicing Tape||Outer Diameter: max. 80 mm|
Width: 12.2 ±0.1 mm
Thickness: 17 to 30μm, polyester based, adhesive added
Inner Diameter (Core): 1 inch
Recommended: Nitto No. 326N or equivalent (Otari P/N : PZ9A021)
|Cleaning Tape||Width: 25 ±0.1 mm|
Inner Diameter (Core): 1 inch
Outer Diameter: max. 80 mm
|Winding Conditions||Number of Winding Conditions = 99|
|Tension||Constant tension (50 to 150 g), Air chamber system|
|Winding Speed||Control Method: DC servo system using speed sensor (FG)|
Constant running speed (VS): 1 to 30 m/s (in 1 m/s steps)
Low running speed (VL): 1 m/s
Acceleration/Deceleration (dv/dt): 1.0 to 5.0 m/s2 (in 0.1 m/s2 steps)
Speed Deviation: ±10% or ±0.5 m/s (whichever larger) for preset value
|Tape Counter Accuracy||+0.5 % or +1 m (whichever is larger) and -0% for preset length|
|Pinhole Detection (Optional)||Detectable Area: min. 0.5 mm2|
Detectable Winding Speed: max. 30 m/s
|Splicing Accuracy||Conforms to EIAJ standard|
|Winding||The winding process causes minimal dropouts and noise. The tape remains free of scratches, uneven stretching, edge damage, adhesives, oils and all other contaminants.|
|Tape Guides||Number of Air Guides: 4|
It is possible to replace the tape guides with the optional bearing type guide rollers.
|Number of Supply Reels||2|
|Cycle Time||approx. 12 seconds (with T-120 (248 m), speed : 30 m/s, acceleration : 5 m/s2, with two winding stations)|
|Construction and Maintenance||Designed for easy adjustment, disassembly, maintenance, and repair. Durable parts for control and mechanical sections.|
|Dimensions (W x H x D, mm)||VL-322AC: 1031 x 1570 x 725 mm|
VL-322AS: 1031 x 1570 x 880 mm
|Weight||approx. 195 kg (430 lbs)|
|Power and Air Requirements||Power Voltage: 100, 110, 117, 200, 220, 240 VAC ±10%|
Frequency: single phase 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption: 1500 VA
Compressed Air: min. 500 kPa
Air Consumption: 220 Nl /min.
Vacuum Source: Internal air ejector
|Optional Devices||ZA-3AS: Cue Tone Detection System|
ZA-3AT: Hot Stamper Unit
ZA-3AU: Pinhole Detection System
ZA-3AV: Signal Tower
ZA-3AW: Variable Speed Tape Cleaner
ZA-3AP: Tape Side Detection System
ZA-3AX: Leader Tape Rewind Motor
ZA-3AY: Guard Assembly
ZA-3AZ: Guide Rollers for First and Third Tape Guides
ZA-3BA: Guide Roller for Second Tape Guide
ZA-3BA: Guide Roller for Final Tape Guide