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event recorder

n.
1. Any of various devices that record data from sensors monitoring the performance of a transportation conveyance over a period of time, used chiefly to analyze the causes of accidents, especially:
a. A crashworthy, water-resistant, and fire-resistant device that records data about a train, such as speed and brake use.
b. A flight recorder. Also called black box.
2. A medical device that detects and records cardiac abnormalities, such as changes in heart rate or rhythm, over a period of time. Also called event monitor.
3. A laser event recorder.
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13,14 Unfortunately they are much more expensive and even in adult population, on multiple occasions the patient fails to self-activate the event recorder.
Officials said they can access the locomotive and expect to be able to pull the event recorder - similar to a plane's black box - which should provide crucial information about "speed and braking," Bella Dinh-Zarr, Vice Chair of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), told reporters during a press briefing Thursday afternoon.
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This program provides commercial transportation insurance customers with access to Accident Event Recorder technology, an extremely valuable loss-control tool.
Functions consist of snapshot/globalshutter, pixel binning, area of interest readout, external trigger and sync I/O, auto-iris control, RS-232 peripheral port, exposure, gain and offset controls, non-volatile configuration memory, event recorder capability, pre-trigger recording, programmable strobe functions, multicasting, configurable IP addresses, and auto-exposure and autowhite balance controls.
DriveCAM believes its small video event recorder is a case in point.
It has a high-end event recorder that takes the guesswork out of what happened to a gen-set.
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Endress+Hauser's new Ecograph C digital quantity and event recorder is both cost-effective and user-friendly--an ideal replacement for old-fashioned counters and strip chart recorders.
There is a black box voyage event recorder, which will aid the investigation which the company has launched,he added.