Berkeley Camera Engineering
Real Time Systems for Science and Engineering
Airborn Data Recorder
Embedded DOS 6.22 single board computer with boot from flash PROM and floppy
Stand-alone "Single Switch" operation with RECORD indicator
PC compatible video and keyboard interface for operator mode
Kingston "Hot Swap" SCSI disk bay
BCE Legato video processor subsystem
Optically isolated digital video input connects directly to the Daedalus
Auto rate adjust for all scan speeds from 10 to 105 Scans Per Second
Real-time video output: single channel display with keyboard control
Off-line video playback and file copy
The ADR is a 12 channel digital data recorder designed for use with
Daedulus 1260/1268 camera systems.
The ADR operates off of 28VDC and is a rack-mount unit.
ADR User's Manual
(Microsoft Word97 document) 472,064 Bytes
The ADR is easily adaptable for recording virtually any source of multichannel
serial bi-phase data at
rates up to 2 MBytes/sec total net throughput.
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