miniRv2 Solid State Recorder

Small in Size, but Big in Performance & Functionality

  • From 64GB up to 1TB+ of Removable Storage1
  • Totally Flexible and Modular I/O
  • Extremely Compact in Size
  • Rugged / Airborne Capable
  • IRIG 106 Chapter 10 Recording Format
  • Ethernet Streaming and Publishing
  • Real Time Data Reduction Capabilities
  • Sustained Data Rates to 1,000Mb/sec
  • Hot Swappable mRMM
  • NEW RMM with USB 3.0 Download Interface
  • IRIG106 Chapter 10 Recorder

The miniRv2 Rugged Airborne Solid State Recorder is a P3I update to the original miniR700 with the same SWaP (Size, Weight, and Power), but with dramatic increases in throughput speed, storage, and user configuration flexibility. The system refresh includes a new Intel Atom CPU, lower cost solid state removable memory, new multiplexer, higher speed interfaces, Ampex ACCE Management Software, and full backwards compatibility to the existing I/O module interfaces. This provides existing users compatibility with their existing data interfaces from the Ampex miniR700, AMux 600 & AMux 700 Multiplexers.

Besides the breadth of I/O interfaces offered for traditional instrumentation sources such as serial, SD/HD Video, MIL-STD-1553B, Analog, Firewire, Gigabit Ethernet, etc, the new miniRv2 can be configured with a new PCIe I/O interfaces for higher-speed modules to be released, and/or an additional PCIe CPU. The base mini-recorder unit now includes Gigabit Ethernet and the Power Filter as standard. The new lower cost solid state mRMM (mini Removable Memory Module) features a USB3.0 interface to the system bus, as well as a direct download from the mRMM to a user laptop or server. The mRMM is similar to that used in other Ampex Network Attached Storage (NAS) TuffServ product lines. Initial released memory capacities range from 64GB to 1TB+. Ampex will release various mRMM storage and performance options over time for customer applications.

The miniRv2 Rugged Airborne Solid State Recorder is designed with future capabilities in mind and is planned to evolve with new technology enhancements such as FIPS encryption.

1 As of Q3 2016; as memory density increases regularly, contact Ampex for latest capacities