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SRVIVR® Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorders

Product overview

The SRVIVR family of Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorders (CVFDR) combines L3Harris' world-class technology with one of the smallest and lightest, fully EUROCAE ED-112 compliant recorder. Weighing as little as 6 pounds, SRVIVR is available as a Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR), Flight Data Recorder (FDR) or combination unit and provides up to four channels of audio recording for up to 2 hours. It also records 25 hours of flight data and two hours of CNS/ATM datalink, and includes a rotor-speed interface. All members of the SRVIVR family can be configured for specific aircraft requirements where there are a combination of digital and analog/discrete inputs as well as audio recording and rotor speed.

  • 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 
  • Dual-isolated MIL-STD-704F power bus inputs
  • Compatible with ARINC 757, 757A, 717 and 429 signals 
  • No mounting brackets required 
  • Retrieve data quickly via Ethernet download

Key Features

SRVIVR® CVFDR Cockpit Voice and Data Recorder

The SRVIVR Cockpit Voice and Flight DataRecorder (CVFDR) uses its combination of flexible technology, weight and space reduction, and survivability to offer significant benefits for fleet operators. SRVIVR also 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). SRVIVR minimizes the risk of inaccurate or corrupted data, regardless of the environment.

 

SRVIVR® Plus CVFDR Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder

L3Harris' SRVIVR® Plus Voice Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR) offers all of the benefits associated with SRVIVR CVFRD but adds the functionality of a Flight Data Acquisition Unit (FDAU) while also meeting the qualification requirements of MIL-STD-810, MIL-STD-461 and MIL-STD-704. Weighing a nominal 7 pounds, the SRVIVR Plus is available as a CVR, FDR or combination recorder. The SRVIVR Plus allows for the possible elimination of multiple LRUs and associated wiring and hardware. By combining a configurable architecture, along with performance and crash survivability that meets most military applications, SRVIVR Plus is ideal for aircraft retrofit and upgrade programs.

 

eSRVIVR® Encrypted CVFDR Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder

L3Harris' eSRVIVR® Cockpit Voice Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR) features the latest in recorder technology, offering reduced size, lighter weight and lower power, and the functionality of a Flight Data Acquisition Unit (FDAU) qualified to the requirements of MIL-STD-810, MIL-STD-461 and MIL-STD-704. The new eSRVIVR CVFDR offers FIPS-140-2 encryption for those applications that require the security of important data. For added data security, eSRVIVR offers optional FIPS-140-2 Validated encryption to Level 2. The recorder’s small size and lighter weight, combined with a mini-FDAU, provide enhanced capability in a single Line Replaceable Unit (LRU). This product allows for the elimination of multiple LRUs and associated wiring and hardware. By combining a configurable architecture along with performance and crash survivability that meets most military applications as well as FIPS-140-2 encryption, eSRVIVR is ideal for aircraft retrofit and upgrade programs.

Product specifications

SPECIFICATIONS
PHYSICAL Dimensions: 3.25 in. H x 7.9 in. D x 5.75 in. W
Weight: 7.10 lb., stainless housing
Color: Fluorescent orange (FS 28915); high-reflective white stripes optional
POWER Input Power: +6 to +32 VDC, MIL-STD-704F
Consumption: 8 W max (steady state)
MAIN CONNECTOR MIL-C-38999 Series II, 55-pin
STORAGE CAPACITY 4 GB standard, crash-protected solid-state memory
UNDERWATER ACOUSTIC BEACON Beacon, 90-day, TSO-C121b; six-year battery and bracket supplied with unit
ENVIRONMENTAL

Temperature Operating:

  • -55 °C to +70 °C
  • Non-operating -55 °C to +85 °C

Humidity: 100%
Operational Shock: 20 G
Vibration: 14 g
EMI/EMC: MIL-STD-461F
BIT: Power-up, initiated and continuous
Reliability: > 20,000 operating hrs. MTBF
Cooling: Passive convection
Crash Survivability: Per ED-112
Penetration: 500 lbs./10 ft./¼-in. probe
Static Crush: 5,000 lb.
Fire Protection: 50,000 BTU/sq. ft./hr. for 60 min. at 1100 °C; 10 hrs. at 260 °C
Impact Shock: 3,400 g, 6.5 ms, half-sine shock wave
Immersion: Seawater @ 20,000 ft. for 30 days; aircraft and fire extinguishing fluids for 48 hrs.

AIRCRAFT INTERFACE OPTIONS Audio: Up to 4 inputs, each one is selectable for an area mic (150-6,000 Hz) at 3 mV to 3 V or crew audio (150-3,500 Hz) at 50 mV to 3 V
Rotor Speed: 1 input, 7 Hz to 6 kHz, 2 VRMS to 122 VRMS
ARINC 429: Up to 4 inputs, 1 output
ARINC 717: 64 to 1024 wps with data output
ARINC 777: RIPS interface
Ethernet: Base-T 10/100 with TCP/IP and FTP
Microphone: Optional preamp in recorder
MIL-STD-1553 Channels: Up to two (2) dual-redundant buses (A- and B-channel on each) transformer coupled Bus 1 can be either a Remote Terminal (RT) or bus monitor; Bus 2 is a bus monitor
RS-422 Channels: One optional GSE/aircraft interface using L-3 protocol
Up to four (4) monitor channels, configurable for bit rate and parity
Analog Inputs: Up to 24 analog inputs up to (-10 to +10 VDC) single or differential
Discrete Inputs: Up to 36 recorded or control inputs
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 min. of CVFDR power
COMPANY CERTIFICATION ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100:2009 Rev. C Certified

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