||STACK DVR3 Harsh Environment Digital Video + Data
Stack’s new range of Digital Video Recorders (DVRs) can be used as
a conventional DVR to record video and audio. Now they can also record data as well
as video, in one compact unit, for the ultimate in Synchronized
Stack DVRs can be connected directly to any Stack Dash Display or Data
logging system by CAN Bus. Up to 128
channels of data, including GPS and the internal 3-axis G-sensor
channels, can be recorded with the video and audio. The
recorded MPEG2 file can be played back directly on a DVD player or any
PC media player.
of STACK DVR3
||- Video-Logging with synchronized recording of vehicle
interface for direct connection to data expansion modules
- Continuous Loop Recording
- Event Recorder mode, with pre- and post-trigger
motion controlled recording with in-built
- G-force and GPS data overlay
- Brownout protection option records up to 1
second of video after power loss.
- Multiple camera options across entire range.
- Fully sealed to
IP67 units available.
- Extended operating temperature range: -20 to +80°C available.
multiple camera DVRs incorporate an in-built multiple camera
input (composite PAL or NTSC) video mixer. This allows any
format of 1 to 3 or 4 cameras (depending on model) to be recorded
simultaneously with programmable scale, crop, position, flip, mirror
and position of each picture. Stack’s multiple camera input DVRs give
the user full control over all screen elements with fully flexible
easy-to-use software utilises a simple click and drag interface to
set up how each input channel is displayed. A live view of the arranged
screen is available via the DVR’s monitor output.
& G-FORCE DATA OVERLAY OPTION
The GPS and G-force
Data Overlay option can be added easily to your DVR. Simply
plug in the optional (NMEA0183 Interface) GPS receiver and speed,
position, altitude, time and date information can be overlaid on the
recorded video image, along with the lateral-, long- and vertical-g
data from the internal 3-axis accelerometer.
Data from the CAN interface,
optional GPS receiver,
plus the internal 3-axis
G-sensor and real time clock, are recorded with the video
and audio onto the CF card for subsequent replay and analysis using the
software supplied. Data channels can be recorded at an
individual record rate of 1-500Hz.
A track-map can
be calculated from the GPS data, or from inertial data (speed,
lateral-g force). Any point on the trackmap can be selected with one
mouse-click, allowing the user to navigate through the video and data
with pinpoint precision.