M ADR2

IMSA Accident Data Recorder 2 (ADR2)

PLEASE NOTE: The current estimated ship time is mid December 2022.

Features

  • Configurable thresholds to trigger an event - password-protected feature
  • Configurable thresholds to trigger the medical light output - password-protected feature
  • Support for external medical and status lights
  • CAN and GPS inputs for data recording
  • Internal backup power to continue recording if power is lost
  • Real-time clock for accurate time keeping
  • Password protection restricts selected features to ISMA access only

Communications 

  • CAN for transmitting and receiving ISMA-specified data
  • RS232 for receiving GPS data
  • USB for communication with ADR2 Manager

Connectors

  • 1 x 13 pin Autosport connector size 10

Physical construction and dimensions

  • Case size: 86 mm x 45 mm x 25 mm
  • Case material: anodized aluminum
  • Ingress protection rating: IP66 / IP67
  • Operating temperature: -40 to 85 °C
  • Weight: 130 g

Power

  • Power supply: 6 – 32 V
  • Current: nominal 200 mA @ 12 V (with external GPS), maximum 1 A when charging backup power supply
  • USB power when connected to PC (when no other power source is connected)
  • Backup power supply
  • Provides power for at least 45 seconds of continuous recording after vehicle power is lost
  • Recharges in less than one minute after vehicle power is applied

Medical and status light outputs

  • Topology: current limited open collector high-side drive
  • External load: LED to GND or logic level input with a pull-down resistor
  • Voltage on: 5 V - Regulated
  • Voltage off: 0.3 V (with external 10k load to ground)
  • Voltage off: 2 V (approximately, when not connected)
  • Current Limit: 20 mA
  • Reverse polarity protected
  • Voltage diagnostic feedback

Operational

  • Recording of lateral, longitudinal, and vertical accelerations at 3000 Hz
  • Recording of CFC60 filtered acceleration data at 1000 Hz
  • Acceleration channel resolution: 0.125G
  • Recording of ISMA-specified CAN channel

GPS data recorded 

  • Date and Time
  • Latitude and Longitude
  • Accelerometers range: -480G to +480G
  • Accelerometers overload: 1800G minimum
  • Pre-event recording: 15 seconds
  • Total event recording: minimum 30 seconds, extended on the subsequent impact
  • Data output format: CSV