NDR Navigation Data Recorder - 2 Pages

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Catalogue excerpts

Ocean Data System E LECTRONIC MARINE SOLUTIONS Naviga on Data Recorder The simplest and smartest solu on to collect naviga on parameters and ac vity informa on on board cruising boats or racing yachts. Like the black boxes on board aircra s, NDR enables accident inves gators to hold an inquiry and discover the real causes of mari me incidents. NDR is par cularly suitable for : • • • • Yacht builders' customer services in order to manage the a er sales incidents (warranty), Managers of charter fleets, Ship owners who need to entrust a boat to a crew (super yachts, chartering, delivery...), Architects and technical managers who want to organize a measurement campaign very simply and cost effec$vely. Load cells NDR comes either as a stand alone device or as an external UpSideUp module, adding an advanced logging func on. Both devices share data through one unique CAN bus cable. NDR is suitable to either a permanent installaon or for a one-shot use (occasional chartering or deliveries - measurement campaigns).

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Type of data saved (typically): Date / time (GPS synchronisation) Position - Speed and Heading (from GPS) Surface speed and Heading Wind (direction, angle, speed) Water depth Heel, Trim, Roll, Pitch, Yaw and any attitude variables Barometric pressure Hydraulic pressures - Mechanical strains Max Ever reach and Max Daily reach bunch of data Current sail configuration Engine data Battery voltage Any NMEA 183 or NMEA 2000 input Any analogue signal (miscellaneous sensors) Any digital sensor (detector - manual command) Any traceable event (user action, system, on board activity, engine, signal from...

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All Ocean Data System catalogues and brochures

  1. ECB

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  7. UpSideUp Master

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