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SRVIVR® CVFDR Print information as a condensed 2 page document

Safety & Economy Get the SRVIVR Advantage

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SRVIVR Cockpit Voice & Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR) combines the latest in recorder technology with the benefit of reduced weight, compact size, and operational flexibility. The combination of increased functionality, reduced size and weight, and precise data allows you to realize true cost savings over heavier and less-reliable CVFDRs.  It also increases the volume available in the aircraft for more productive uses and provides the information you need to improve the operational efficiency of your fleet.

SRVIVR includes survivability to the highest industry standards, EUROCAE ED-112, ensuring retrieval of data even in the event of a fire.  Available as a CVR, FDR, or combination recorder, SRVIVR offers a range of avionics interfaces enabling direct communications with a variety of aircraft systems, including glass cockpits, potentially eliminating the need for a separate Flight Data Acquisition Unit (FDAU).  It is also software configurable providing customization to support your specific aircraft data and audio requirements.

SRVIVR also It also provides dual isolated power bus inputs allowing the addition of secondary power to support extended recording in the case of primary power loss.

THE SRVIVR ADVANTAGE
Lower weight reduces operating costs
Compact size increases available space
Flexible design enables aircraft-specific configuration
Data is secure, even in the event of a fire
Supports FDM, FOQA and incident investigation
TSO-C123b, TSO-C124b and TSO-C177 authorized
Dual isolated power bus inputs
Compatible with ARINC 757, 757A, 717 and 429 signals
No mounting brackets required
Retrieve data quickly via Ethernet download
Technical Specifications
Temperature Range: Operating: -55 C to +70 C, transients to +93 C;
Non-operating: -55 C to +85 C
Environment: Service shock 20g, vibration 13gRMS, altitude 50,000 feet, humidity 100%
Withstands: Acoustic noise, acceleration, sand, dust, salt, fungus, fluids, ozone, explosive atmosphere
EMI/EMC: DO160F
BIT: Power-up, initiated and continuous
Reliability: >20,000 operating hours MTBF
Input Power: +18 to +32 VDC, DO-160F
Power Consumption: 5-8 watts depending on configuration
Cooling: Passive convection
Dimensions: 3.25" H x 6.55" D x 5.55" W standard configuration; 3.25" H x 7.2" D x 5.55" W extended configuration
Weight: 6 to 6.75 lbs. depending on configuration (4 lbs. without beacon)
Color:

Fluorescent International Orange (similar to FS 28915); high-reflectivity white stripes optional

HARDWARE SPECIFICATIONS

Crash Survivability (per ED-112)

Impact Shock: 3,400 g, 6.5 ms half sine
Static Crush: 5,000 lbs
Penetration: 500 lbs dropped from 10 feet with ¼" diameter impact pin
Fire: 50,000 BTU/sq ft/hr for 60 minutes at 1,100°C; 10 hours at 260°C
Immersion: Seawater at 20,000 feet for 30 days; aircraft and fire extinguishing fluids for 48 hours
Crash-Protected Solid-State Memory
2 GB standard, 4 GB available 2011
Aircraft Interface Options
Audio: Four inputs; each one is selectable for an area mic (150-6,000 Hz) at 3mV to 3V or crew audio (150-3,500 Hz) at 50mV to 3V
Rotor Speed: One input: 7 Hz to 6 kHz, 2 VRMS to 122 VRMS
ARINC 429: Up to four inputs, one output
ARINC 717: 64 to 1024 WPS with data output
ARINC 777: RIPS interface
RS-422/RS-485: One: 19,200 to 921,600 baud
Ethernet: One: BASE-T 10/100 with TCP/IP and FTP
Microphone: Optional preamp in recorder
Connectors
MIL-C-38999 Series II
Acoustic Beacon Underwater Locating Device (optional)
Meets TSO-C121, with 30-day output and 6-year replaceable battery; reversible for upright reading and test access; can be located on the right or left side of the recorder
Control Unit (optional)
ARINC 757-compatible panel-mount unit for audio testing and erasing, with internal and external cockpit area microphone options
Recorder Independent Power Supply (RIPS)
Optional bolt-down RIPS authorized to ARINC 777 and TSO-C155 for additional 10 minutes of CVFDR power
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