JCY-1900December 19, 2019
VR3000December 19, 2019
The VR7000 Voyage Data Recorder documents all crucial data to identify the cause of maritime casualty as well as contribute to the future prevention of the cata
Features & Specs
- Complies with the new IMO performance standards for VDR
- Remote Alarm Panel provides at-a-glance recognition of VDR status with minimal operation
- Data storing for 48 hours both in fixed and float-free recording medium
- Data storing for 30 days/720 hours in SSD in the Data Collecting Unit
- No. 1, 2 Radar and main ECDIS display images can be stored
- Up to 4 Radar and up to 3 ECDIS display images can be stored in rotation. Also, the images of one other selected display can be stored with the optional SSD
- Radar and ECDIS images can be recorded at 15-second intervals
- Easy to integrate with FURUNO INS Network
- FURUNO Radar FAR-3000/FCR-2xx9 series and ECDIS FMD-3100/3200/3300 can be interfaced through Ethernet
- Video LAN converter can convert the Radar signal (DVI or RGB) into Ethernet
- Optional sensor adapter gathers all the serial/analog/digital sensor data and collectively feeds it to DCU
- Multiple sensor adapters can be interfaced depending upon the number of sensors to be interfaced.
- “Live Player V5” for monitoring and playback of the collected data in the DCU on the PC
- Extracted the data can be retrieved onto the USB flash memory
The VR7000 Voyage Data Recorder documents all crucial data to identify the cause of maritime casualty as well as contribute to the future prevention of the catastrophe of any kind.
A Voyage Data Recorded (VDR) is similar to the black boxes carried on aircraft. The VR7000 aids investigators in securing evidence by reviewing procedures and instructions in the moments before an accident. The VR7000 collects data from all interfaced sensors on board the vessel, storing it in an external Data Recording Unit (DRU). The system comes with two tamper-proof DRU units, one fixed and one float-free. They are designed to withstand extreme impact, pressure, shock and heat, which may happen during an incident. When the DRU is retrieved, the stored data can be replayed by authorities to investigate the cause of the accident.