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S.V.D.R-(SIMPLIFIED VOYAGE DATA RECORDER)-3000 S

S.V.D.R-(SIMPLIFIED VOYAGE DATA RECORDER)-3000 S

2019-10-29

S.V.D.R-(SIMPLIFIED VOYAGE DATA RECORDER)-3000 S

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ABOUT:The VR-3000/S is a Voyage Data Recorder/Simplified Voyage

Data Recorder, which fully complies with IMO A861(20) and IEC

61996-1 Ed. 1 and IEC 60945, and IMO MSC. 163(78) and IEC

61996-1, IEC 61996-2 Ed. 2 and IEC 60945, respectively. The

purposes of the VDR and S-VDR are to assist investigators in

identifying the causes of maritime casualty as well as to use the

data for future reference to further incident prevention.

The VDR is intended for all the passenger ships as well as for

newly constructed cargo ships of 3,000 gross tonnage and

upwards. The S-VDR is for existing cargo vessels of the same

category with a phase-in requirement schedule for those of 20,000

gross tonnage and upwards first, to be followed by others of 3,000

gross tonnage and upwards. The S-VDR is not required to store

the same level of detailed data as the VDR but should maintain a

store, in a secure and retrievable form, of information concerning

the position, movement, physical status, command and control of

a ship over the period leading up to and following an incident.

The VR-3000/S consists of Data Collecting Unit (DCU), Data

Recording Unit (DRU), Remote Alarm Panel and up to six

microphones. Incorporating interface modules, a powerful

processor and status monitor into a compact container, the DCU

collects voyage data. The DCU processes the data and events in

the order of occurrence, while old data is overwritten by the latest

data for storage in the DRU. The data is stored for at least 12

hours. In case of power supply failure, the reserve battery enables

the VDR/S-VDR to record the bridge audio for two additional

hours.

The data recorded in the DRU can be replayed with the playback

software application, Liveplayer Pro for incident investigation as

well as for educational briefing purposes.

The DRU is contained in a protective capsule to ensure survival

and recovery of the recorded data following an incident.

The incorporated acoustic pinger helps investigators locate the

capsule underwater.

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