In 1999, Avionica introduced the original miniQAR quick access recorder, the first ever miniature quick access recorder for aviation. Its solid-state reliability, 400 hour recording capacity, and ease of installation changed quick-access recording (and perhaps FOQA/FDM) forever. The next-generation miniQAR Mk II quick access recorder led the industry with over 5,000 worldwide installations, recording the data of many of the world’s airlines, militaries, and multinational corporations. And now, Avionica presents the miniQAR Mk III, packing more capability than any other QAR into the smallest of spaces.
Our solid-state System on Chip architecture has achieved a field proven MTBF of over 100,000 flight hours fleetwide for the miniQAR series of recorders, saving valuable maintenance dollars. Over 5,000 miniQAR quick access recorders are now flying, installed in nearly 100 aircraft types worldwide since 1999.
A variety of interface options are now available. Record up to two ARINC 717 (Harvard Biphase or Bipolar RZ) channels and up to three ARINC-429 channels (high and/or low speed). An EIA RS 422/429 programmable channel supports ACMS event recording/reporting. An EIA RS-232 receiver is also available.
Dimensions: 2.6”(L) x 2.2”(W) x 1.8”(H)
Weight: 6.5 ounces
Power: 28 VDC/100mA. or 115 VAC/25mA
512 MB, 1GB, 2GB
Description • 512MB P/N • 1GB P/N
Boeing Standard 115V • 804-0001 • 804-0101
Boeing (MD) • 804-0007 • 804-0107
Avionica Std, 115V/28V • 804-0005 • 804-0105
MIL STD 1553, 28V • 804-0009 • 804-0109
Teledyne FDAU, Bipolar • 804-0011 • 804-0111
Dual ARINC 429/717 • 804-0005-03 • 804-0105-03