L3Harris' FA2100 family of solid-state cockpit voice and data recorders offers proven reliability and performance for fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft operating in virtually all civil and military environments. These versatile systems are compact, lightweight, inexpensive to operate and provide maximum high-quality collection and storage of critical information in flight. The FA2100 is optionally available as either a stand-alone Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) or a dedicated Flight Data Recorder (FDR). For military applications, the unit can be optionally outfitted for Night Vision Goggle (NVG) operations.
FA2100 CVDR Cockpit Voice and Data Recorder
L3Harris' FA2100 Solid-State Cockpit Voice and Data Recorder (CVDR) delivers exceptional performance and reliability with up to two hours of recording capabilities on all four channels. Its small size and lightweight engineering make it the ideal CVDR solution for an array of civil, commercial and military aircraft and helicopters.
The ruggedized Crash-Survivable Memory Unit (CSMU) is made of stainless steel, but is optionally available in lightweight titanium. The FA2100 can also be installed as a stand-alone Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) or Flight Data Recorder (FDR).
The FA2100 provides up to two hours of high-quality recording for all four channels. Or it can record a minimum of 25 hours of flight data at 64/128/256/or 512 words-per-second (wps).
The unit is ARINC 573.717/747 (data) 557- and 757- compliant.
The unit is ARINC 573.717/747 (data) 557- and 757- compliant. While the standard FA2100 weighs only 10 pounds, it has demonstrated incredible crash worthiness.