Stack’s new range of 2011 Digital Video-Loggers (DVLs) can be used as a conventional solid state DVR to record ultra high quality, broadcast industry standard MPEG2 video and audio up to 20Mbs, direct onto a digital CF card.
Now they can also record data as well as video, in one compact unit, for the ultimate in Synchronised Video-Logging!
Designed and built in the UK both the Clubman3 and Pro4 DVLs benefit from Stacks traditional high end and robust build quality and ultra reliability. The slim, lightweight, waterproof design makes them the perfect solution for all motorsport and track day applications
Stack DVLs can be connected directly to any Stack Dash Display or Data logging system by CAN Bus. Up to 128 channels of data, including GPS and the internal 3-axis g-sensor channels, can be recorded with the video and audio.
Available in two modules, with a fully configurable multi camera processor built in, the Clubman3 DVL has 3 camera inputs and the Pro4 has four camera inputs.
Simple to use set up software, enables you to configure all your video and audio settings so you can create your own screen layout out positioning, cutting cropping and scaling individual camera images as required. Both DVL’s can capture standard 4:3 aspect ratio (720×576@25fps) and 1: 9 wide screen aspect ratio video (720×400@25fps).
Mono and stereo audio can be captured via external mics which we can supply, or via an auxiliary input such as an intercom, again we can supply the required intercom connection lead.
Stack DVLs have a built-in CAN interface, enabling connection to any Stack Display or Logging System, or third party ECU, to provide synchronous numerical data and video recording and/or overlay of numerical data channels on the video.
Data from the Stack system plus the internal 3-axis G-sensor and optional GPS receiver, are recorded with the video onto the CF card for subsequent replay and analysis using the Stack DataPro software supplied.
The track-map can be calculated from the GPS data, or from inertial data (speed, lateral-g force). Any point on the trackmap can be selected with one mouse-click, allowing the user to navigate through the video and data with pinpoint precision.
The user can compare two laps of data from different drivers, runs, cars, etc. With the addition of side-by-side video recordings, and single frame-stepping through the data, now you can literally ‘see’ WHERE and WHY time between 2 driver/runs is gained or lost!
• TV/DVD broadcast quality video up to 20Mbs
• Synchronised recording of video and data
• CAN bus interface
• Slim and robust design
• Fully configurable settings
• MPEG2 compression
• Multi camera processor built in
• Compatible with Stack dash displays.