Across all product generations, Avalex’s video recording units have maintained reliability and ruggedness, consistently meeting DO-160D and MIL-STD-810F standards. These ground-to-air-ready units have been a proven choice of numerous ISR operators worldwide and have played key roles on major platform upgrades like the S-70M Black Hawk project. With the addition of the AVR8404, an already-expanding line of reliable AVR products has now taken on new value, in both cost and capability. The AVR8404 unit is especially valuable as a low-price-point option that enables both autonomous and remote control, and it is multi-channel, allowing simultaneous recording from both SD and HD sources. Options for event marking, KLV data, image snapshots, jog playback, playback-while-recording, as well as data specifications for Ethernet, CANbus, RS-232 or RS-422, discretes, USB, SD, SSD removable memory, and 54 GB of internal memory round out features that are exceptionally suited for integrators.
Avalex is not just offering this new video recorder unit, however. In addition to the DVR functioning, customers can now perform critical review of captured mission data with ease, using the included Avalex-designed media playback software called Avalex Mission Replay Software or AMRS. Playback, analysis, mission debriefing, as well as the processing of recorded information for post-mission use, is available with all the playback options needed to maximize analysis, such as video snapshot, thumbnail previewing, event, mute and unmute markers, time synchronization, and much more. This media player’s features are comprehensive, yet intuitive. Best of all, Avalex has decided to offer this software as a free addition to any other unit purchase in the AVR family. Customers can contact the Avalex Sales team with a request and secure the benefits of a package that will support future mission success.