Part #: S100-0080-00

Model: A100S

L3Harris - Solid State CVR
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A100S
FEATURES
  • Cockpit Voice Recorder unit with attached Underwater Locator Beacon (ULB)
  • Solid State, digital recording type
  • Simultaneously records 4 seperate voice inputs
  • Is interchangeable with most CVR's
  • Beacon comes standard, Dukane Model DK 100 Underwater Location Beacon, approved under FAA TSO C-121
  • Beacon battery life: 6 years prior to its actual operating life of at least 30 days
  • Housed in an international orange, 1/2 ATR short case
  • Designed to acccomodate the newer Fairchild condenser microphones, also compatible w/the older, dynamic microphone & control units
  • The range of acceptable audio input levels are 50 mV RMS up to 500 mV RMS
  • Certified & approved for installation in any combination of the following conditions: heat/unheated, pressurized/unpressurized, hard mounted/shock mounted
  • Recommended installation: mounted within the vibration mount in an upright postion in a heated, pressurized area in a fuselage location
  • Requires no periodic or preventative maintenance, operation is completely automatic upon power-up
  • Suggested Replacement for A100-80
SPECIFICATIONS
Recording Duration: 30 minutes minimum Size: 1/2 ATR Short; 7.5"H x 5"W x 12.5"L
Weight: 18.4 lbs. Case: Stainless Steel, International Orange
Power Requirements: 115 Volt/400 Hz, or 28 Vdc Power Consumption: 11 Watts DC, 12 Watts AC max.
Front Connector: Headphone jack, 600 ohms Rear Connector: DPXB-57-33S-0001, ARINC 557
Channels: 4 simultaneous-coincident recording streams Analog Inputs: 3 crew microphones, 1 area microphone
Discrete Inputs: Bulk Erase-2, Test-1, Record Inhibit-2 Bulk Erase: Fail-safe, double electrical interlock. Total memory erasure process completed in 14 secs.
Monitor Output: Headphone jack, 600 ohms, at the Control Units Certification: EUOCAE ED-56, TSO-C123, ARINC 557, RTCA/DO-16C
Temperature: Operating: -55C to +85C, Non-Operating: -65C to +85C Altitude: -1000 to 55,000 feet
Vibration: DO-160C Para 8.2.2 & 8.4; Fig. 86 Test Curve J' Penetration: ED-55-500lb/10ft/1/4" probe
Static Crush: ED-55-500lbs Fire Protection: ED-55-50000 BTU/sq/ft/hours, 30 mins
Impact: ED-55-3,400 g's, 6.5 ms    
Part Number Cockpit Voice Recorder Description:
S100-0080-00 28 Vdc Model, See Details Above
S100-0080-01 Lightweight Version (made w/Titanium)

 

S100-0080-00
- Solid State CVR

NSN: 5835-01-459-8659

Price Condition Delivery
$3,100.00 OH OUTRIGHT CALL OR RFQ
$1,950.00 OH EXCHANGE CALL OR RFQ
S100-0080-01
- Solid State CVR

NSN: 5930-01-207-9528

Price Condition Delivery
CALL OR RFQ CALL OR RFQ CALL OR RFQ

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The FA2100 CVR part numbers 2100-1020-00 and 2100-1020-02 are direct replacements for the A100, A100A (PN 93A100-80, 93A100-83) and A100S (PN S100-0080-00, S100-0080-01) recorders.  No change in aircraft wiring or CVR mounting trays is necessary.  Please reference this L3 Communications document - click Here

Solid State refers to the storage of data in semiconductor memories or integrated circuits. Older technology usually referred to as "tape" technology utilized electromechanical methods of data storage.
Solid State memory does not require scheduled maintenance or overhaul. Therefore, there are potential cost savings to operators and owners. Also data is easier to retrieve and is readily available to for monitoring the performance of the aircraft.
The omnidirectional impact switch model 3RO-434 is recommended. This switch can sense g forces in any direction.
By definition, Frequency-Shift Keying or FSK is a form of frequency modulation in which the modulating signal shifts the output frequency between predetermined values. In relation to aircraft recorders, it is simply a data format that is utilized to input GMT (Greenwich Mean Time). Some recorders are able to either handle GMT via low speed ARINC 429 input or FSK or both.
The Underwater Locator Beacon (ULB) is usually the only part that requires any type of periodic maintenance for most Cockpit Voice Recorders (CVR) and Flight Data Recorders (FDR). This maintenance includes cleaning and testing the ULB every 2 years and replacing the battery every 6 years. It should be noted that some aircraft maintenance programs may include testing and/or bench testing of CVRs or FDRs as part of the aircraft maintenance program.