Spectra Aerospace & Defense is a trusted and growing platform of C5ISR companies – CALCULEX, Galleon Embedded Computing, and ArgonFDS - bringing over a half-century of rugged, mission-ready, battle-tested experience to bear in aerospace and defense applications. From high-speed data acquisition, data recording and secure, high-density storage, to computing and rugged, clear display of mission data, Spectra delivers the products and subsystems needed for the most demanding military air, land, and sea platforms. With our comprehensive portfolio of rugged products, systems, and solutions, the Spectra family of companies’ customized end-to-end solutions for the C5ISR market help military end-users achieve mission success. Simply put, Spectra companies help you Capture, Process, and Display your mission-critical data in the harshest environmental conditions. In the air, at sea, on land, and in space, we’ve got you covered.

CAPTURE

Data Acquisition

Sensor Recording

PROCESS

Mission Computing

Encrypted Storage

NAS & File Serving

Processing & Routing

DISPLAY

Displays

Peripherals

Tablets

Workstations

RAPTOR Fiber Optic Recorder

Rapid Telemetry Optical Recorder

Applications
Integrated Sensor System Capture
AESA, DAS, EOTS, HMDS, etc...
Electronic Warfare
ISTAR / SIGINT / ELINT / COMINT
Command & Control
Enhanced Situational Awareness

Benefits
Flight Qualified Rugged
Install & perform in extreme environments
Long Duration Recording
Interoperable + Open Standard Compliant
Ultra-High Density Storage
Largest available storage capacity

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Overview

The CALCULEX RAPTOR is a state-of-the-art high-speed fiber optic data recorder designed to meet and exceed modern military platform data acquisition, processing, and recording requirements. With its advanced fiber optic 24-channel input data rates that support 2 Gbps, 10 Gbps, and 25 Gbps per channel, the RAPTOR sets a new standard in high-speed data capture. Its ultra-high density Removable Memory Module (RMM) storage offers 132 TB capacity, which is expandable up to 640 TB. CALCULEX’s RMM proudly boasts the largest data storage capacity of any rugged recording device on the market.

 

In addition to its ultra-high density capture and storage, the RAPTOR is designed in compliance with the IRIG 106 standard and provides adherence to open architecture time-synchronization practices for precision data recording across multiple data sources. The RAPTOR is platform agnostic/adaptable through Telemetry Attributes Transfer Standard (TMATS) configuration files.

Key Features

24 Channels of Ultra-High Speed Fiber Optic I/O
RAPTOR recorders allow for real-time data acquisition at high speeds, capturing never-before-possible sensor data from both fiber channel and Ethernet channels. Never return to base without critical sensor performance data; RAPTOR ensures every event is recorded in full-fidelity for post-mission analysis.
132 TB Removable Memory Module Expandable to 640 TB
RAPTOR’s Removable Memory Module (RMM) is a game-changer in data acquisition storage systems. It provides the highest-capacity available on any rugged recorder, offering unrivaled flexibility and versatility for capturing, processing, and storing vast amounts of critical data.
36 GBps Data Write Speed w/ 72 GBps Roadmapped
One of the standout features of the RAPTOR is its Removable Memory Module write capabilities, which boasts a remarkable speed of 36 Gbps. with 72 GBps road mapped for the second generation release, the RAPTOR is poised further to revolutionize the standard for flight test instrumentation capture.
Open IRIG 106 Standard Compliant
The RAPTOR’s adherence to Open IRIG 106 Chapter 10 ensures multi-vendor interoperability and provides time-synchronized data packet formatting which integrates with numerous COTS and GOTS data analysis software packages

Qualifications & Specifications

Temperature
StorageMIL-STD-810G: -65°F ( 54°C) to 185°F (85°C)
Steady-state operationalMIL-STD-810G: -40°F ( 40°C) to 185°F (85°C)
Transient operational, ColdMIL-STD-810G: -70°F (-57°C) < 10 sec
Transient operational, HotMIL-STD-810G:+210°F (99°C) < 30 min Max
Transient start-upMIL-STD-810G: -40°F ( 40°C) to 185°F (85°C)
AltitudeMIL-STD-810G: 55,000 ft
HumidityMIL-STD-810G: 95% Aggravated
Explosive AtmosphereMIL-STD-810G: Proc I
Rain ExposureMIL-STD-810G: Rain Drip
EMC
CE102 Conducted Emissions, Power leads, 10 kHz to 10 MHz
CS101 Conducted Susceptibility, Power leads, 30 Hz to 150 kHz
CS114 Conducted Susceptibility, Full Recovery following Exposure
CS115 Conducted Susceptibility, Bulk Cable Injection, Impulse Excitation
CS116 Conducted Susceptibility, 10 Khz to 100 MHz, 10A Max
RE102 Radiated Emissions, Electric Field, 2 MHz to 18 GHz
RS103 Radiated Susceptibility, Field Intensity 200 V/m, 30 MHz - 18 GHz
MIL-STD-464 Para. 5.2.3 Power Line Transients
RTCA/DO-160D Section 25 Electrostatic Discharge
MIL-STD-704A&E
Vibration
SustainedMIL-STD-810G: Category 12, Procedure I
Gun FireMIL-STD-810G: 519.6, Annex D 250 sec per Axis
ShockMIL-STD-810G: 10 G’s
Ultimate LoadsMIL-STD-810G: 15 G’s