• Over 1.2G bytes per second sustained record rate • Up to 12TB of

• Over 1.2G bytes per second sustained record rate • Up to 12TB of
The Modular Instrumentation Traffic Analysis Point (TAP) Recorder (MITR) is a high-bandwidth,
high-capacity IRIG 106 Chapter 10 data recorder/publisher with a TAP Interface Module (TIM)
& multiple Tera-Bytes of high-speed removable storage. MITR is suitable for a wide range of data
recording requirements in harsh & demanding environments.
Configurable TIM’s provide protocol independent full duplex optical transceivers. Applications
include GigE, Fibre Channel, InfiniBand, or any specific communication application. Input channels
are recorded/published & mirrored outputs provide full active TAP capabilities.
MITR also contains a Layer 2/3 Managed Carrier Ethernet Switch with (4) external interfaces, a
GPS receiver & IRIG Time Code Generator. The hardware based IEEE-1588v2 time engine provides
multiple Grand Master, Master, Slave & Transparent clock capabilities.
The (4) external Ethernet interfaces can be used for IRIG 106 Chapter 10 data publishing, RMM
download or as a fully capable Layer 2/3 Managed Switch. Switch ports can also be recorded or be
used as a NAS/file server interface to one or more of the RMM drives.
• Over 1.2G bytes per second sustained record rate
• Up to 12TB of RMM storage capacity
• Simultaneous publishing up to 4Gbps from recording channels to (4) Ethernet switch ports
• Encoded PCM output for CH10 UDP telemetering transmission
• Optical XCVR’s main & AUX power capability (on when recorder is off w/AUX)
Optical Fibre Channel
• 4/8/12 Channels
Optical Ethernet
• 4/8/12 Channels
Optical Fibre Channel & Ethernet
• 4/8/12 Channels
Others Protocols Available Upon Request
➤ (4) 10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet Interfaces
➤ MIL-STD-1553 & PCM
➤ RS-232 & RS-422 Serial COM
➤ 28VDC Primary & Auxiliary Power
➤ Discrete Inputs IAW IRIG 106 Chapter 10
➤ Discrete Outputs IAW IRIG 106 Chapter 10
■ Optical XCVR TIM
■ Time In
• DC to 4.25Gb/s (Optional DC to 10Gb/s)
• 850nm VCSEL
• 1PPS & GPS
• IEEE 802.3z & ARINC 804 Compliant
• IEEE-1588v2 (Slave Clock)
• 50/125 or 62.5/125 μm Multimode Fiber
■ Time Out
■ Removable Memory Module
• IRIG-A/B/G AM & DC from IRIG/GPS/1588
• 1, 2 or 3 SSD’s
• 1PPS (from GPS)
• Individually Addressable Drives for Multi-Layer • IEEE-1588v2 (Grand Master Clock) from IRIG/GPS
Security Requirements
■ MIL-STD-1553 Bus Monitor/RT
• CH10 STANAG/RAID/JBOD/NFS Configurations • Transformer or Direct Coupled
• Drive Access via Switch Ports as NAS File Server
■ PCM Output (RS422)
• External 10G Ethernet Download Interface
• Encoded CH10 UDP
■ Layer 2/3 Managed Switch
■ Discretes
• (4) 10/100/1000 Speed Ports (External)
• IRIG 106 Chapter 10
• 1-4 PTP Ordinary/Transparent/Boundary Clocks • Reset & Event In, Data Errors Out
• Port Mirroring & Link Aggregation (IEEE 802.3ad) • Ethernet Port Activity Out
• Up to 4K VLANS & 8K MAC Addresses
■ Serial COM Port
• Jumbo Frame up to 9.6K
• RS-232 & RS-422
• Packet Filtering Engine w/ up to 256 Entries
• Flood Controllers (Broadcast/Multicast/Unicast)
• Port Access Control Lists & Traffic Shaping
Dimensions6.0”W x 8.97”L x 5.45”H
Weight Power MIL-STD-704A 12.4lbs w/ RMM (varies w/ # of drives)
28VDC Primary & Auxiliary, 2.8A Max -40C to 70C, 70,000’, shock/vib w/gun fire,
sand/dust, rain/humidity, explosive atmosphere/decompression
Ordering Information
CPAS-5500-MC-1 MITR Main Chassis
CPAS-5500-OXT4-1-CT1-CT2-CT3 Configurable 4.25G optical XCVR TIM with 1G, 2G or 4G Fibre Channel or 1000BASE-SX Ethernet with 4, 8 or 12 Channels
CT1 (Channel Type 1) = 1GFC, 2GFC, 4GFC, 1SXE (4 Channels)
CT2 (Channel Type 2) = 1GFC, 2GFC, 4GFC, 1SXE (4 Channels)
CT3 (Channel Type 3) = 1GFC, 2GFC, 4GFC, 1SXE (4 Channels)
CPAS-5500-RMM-1-D-C MITR RMM; (D) = # Drives 1-3, (C*) = Total Capacity (TB)
*1TB, 2TB & 4TB drives currently available, contact sales for increased drive capacity availability.
Telspan Data • 2280 Bates Ave. Ste J, Concord, CA 94520-1227, USA
Phone: 1.800.381.3305 • Fax: 1-800-381-3305 • sales@telspandata.com
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