Compact Airborne Recorder|NAS.
Dedicated to Ethernet recording.
From 8GB to 512GB


NanoR compared to a pen

The DTMUX NanoE is very compact, lightest recorder from Nano Recorder family dedicated to Ethernet recording with a very low power consumption.

Using a non-removable solid-state storage module who can up to 512 GB, the unit can be easily configured through a simple web based interface or by a dedicated software supplied.

The recording process support includes TCP or UDP streams over Gigabit Ethernet protocol. The unit can be synchronized to external time sources by IEEE 1588/PTP, IRIG B or GPS signal.

Data retrieving can be easily operated by Ethernet network from Web Based interface by common Internet navigator or by a dedicated software supplied with the unit.

Main Advantages
  • Very compact (Only 0.51 Liter)
  • Very Low Power cunsumption (Under 15 Watts)
  • Low cost system
  • Easy integration in existing avionic platform
  • Can up to 512 GB (With QEraser or data destrution security)
  • IRIG-106 chapter 10 compliant

Technical specifications

Depth 123 mm (With Connector)
Width 111 mm
Height 47 mm

About 800gr

Input Connector
MIL-DTL-38999 serie III

Fixation with bumpers (supplied) or direct mounting.

Power supply
28Volts DC (16 to 36V) MIL STD704 E Consumption: 12 watts nominal. Ultra capacitor "to preserve recorder of power cuts (power interruption >100ms)

Electronics electrically isolated of the primary 28 Volts supply. GND electronics is also isolated of the DTMUX-NanpR external box.

Passive convection

Position of use
All positions

MTBF> 20 000 hours

Delivered with a transport suitcase equipped to receive the DTMUX-NanoR and accessories.

Technical specifications

Environmental specifications


  • Storage: - 55C to + 85C
  • Operating : - 40C to + 73C
  • Extreme of temperature in use: - 55 C to 75 C (no destructive)
  • Test MIL STD 810D method 520.0(procedure III)


  • In storage: 5% to 95%
  • In use: 5% to 95 % without condensation
  • MIL STD 810D method 507.2 (procedure III)

Altitude and decompression

  • Min: -1500 feet, max: 60,000 feet
  • With 12.000 feet/minute (420 Kpa/minute)


  • 0,04 g of 5 to 1000 Hz, 1 hour per axis (3 axis)
  • MIL STD 810D-E metod 514.3 (procedure 1)


  • 1/2 sinus , > 60g, 11 ms (6/2 axes)
  • MIL STD 810D-E method 513.3 (procedure.1&2)


  • 10 g (6/2 axes)
  • MIL STD 810E method 513.3 (procedure 1 & 2)

Crash test

  • 60g on 3 axes


  • MIL-STD-461E