FURUNO VDR VR-7000 DELIVERED AS FULL VDR OR SIMPLIFIED-VDR (S-VDR)
The carriage requirement for VDR is either for a full VDR or a simplified VDR. While a full VDR installation requires both a fixed and a free-float data recording unit (DRU), the requirement for S-VDR is limited to one of these. In addition, there are more comprehensive requirements for data storage for a full VDR installation. A complete overview is provided in the IMO's performance standard for VDR MSC. 333 (90) and for S-VDR MSC. 163 (78).
VDR VR-7000 installation
A full VDR installastion comprises:
- Data collection unit (DCU) with a minimum 30 days storage capacity
- Fixed data recording unit (DRU) with a minimum 48 hours storage capacity
- Float-free recording unit (DRU) with a minimum 48 hours storage capacity
- Control panel including alarm handling
EASY ACCESS TO YOUR VDR DATA
CONVENIENT REPLAY OF RECORDED VDR DATA
Enforced since July 1st 2014, the performance standard for VDR set forth requirements for a playback option for VDR data. This has been possible for Furuno VDRs long before this date. Using an of-the-shelf pc or laptop with the VR-7000 Live Player software installed, recorded VDR data can be replayed in a convenient and user-friendly format.
The pc or laptop can be connected directly to the VDR data collection unit (DCU) or VDR data can be extracted to a USB flash memory. A hatch in the front panel of the DCU, opened with a key, provides easy access to the DCU’s USB port.
Furuno VDR VR-7000 Data Recorder (DCU). A small hatch in the front panel, that opens with a key, provides easy access to the USB port for data extract.
The complexity of a VDR retrofit project varies greatly, from simple projects with only small needs for changes and adaptations, to larger projects that require good preparation before implementation. Talk to us about your VDR retrofit project! Our experienced service technicians find the best solution and plan the project for the most time-efficient implementation possible!Contact us