The VR3000 is a Voyage Data Recorder VDR fully complying with IMO A861 (20), IMO A694 (17), IMO MSC. 214 (81), IEC 60945 and 61996-1/2 performance standards. Th
VR3000 Standard Features:
*Standard for VR-3000 and optional for VR-3000S
The VR3000 is a Voyage Data Recorder VDR fully complying with IMO A861 (20), IMO A694 (17), IMO MSC. 214 (81), IEC 60945 and 61996-1/2 performance standards. The purpose of the VDR is to assist investigators in identifying the causes of maritime casualty, and to use the data for future incident prevention.
Intended for passenger ships as well as newly constructed cargo ships of 3,000 gross tons and larger, the VR3000 stores recorded information in both a Protective Storage Module (DRU), and in a secondary backup Hard Disk Drive for easy post incident retrieval. A convenient SAVE button located on the Remote Alarm Panel allows the crew to immediately preserve up to 4 incidents for review by an investigating authority, while the system continues to record normally.
Recorded data is easily replayed in a Graphical Presentation using LivePlayer V4 for incident investigation as well as for educational, briefing and training purposes.
Information ranging from vessels position, speed, heading, bridge audio, communication audio and radar images is quickly and easily configured for recording in serial, digital and analog formats.
As standard supply, the VR3000 includes the VR5020/9G (9 Gigabyte) DRU, which allows the recording of Image Data from the primary radar.