Rugged Solid-State HD Video Data Recorder with up to Three Hours on CompactFlash

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In the latest addition to its family of rugged video recorders, Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing has introduced the Skyquest VRDV-5002 High Definition Video Recorder. The VRDV-5002 is a compact, lightweight, high-definition (HD) video recorder that features a solid-state low-cost CompactFlash-based storage system and supports video and/or audio capture and playback during the mission. The VRDV-5002 is designed for use in applications that require optimal performance in harsh environments, including extreme temperature, high shock and vibration conditions. It speeds and simplifies the integration of high-performance HD video recording into space, weight and power (SWaP)-constrained airborne and ground military, paramilitary, and search & rescue platforms.

The VRDV-5002 delivers industry leading, broadcast quality MPEG2 recording onto one or two CompactFlash cards, to deliver up to >3 hours of full quality recording capability. The lightweight, compact VRDV-5002 is housed in a rugged all-aluminum chassis with simplified Dzus fasteners. Designed for SWaP-constrained applications, the VRDV-5002 measures 146 mm x 56 mm x 256 mm and weighs 1.5 kg. The unit supports a single channel HD-SDI input and output. 

Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing, Auburn, VA. Tel: (613) 254-5112. [].