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Welding Camera for Sub Arc Welding

Monday, October 3, 2011
The ICAM-WSA welding camera system brings the welding process to the operator’s view by providing real time display. Setup, remote guidance, inspection, process control, quality and operator safety are prime rea¬sons for the ICAM-WSA in sub arc welding automation.

The iCAM-WSA sub arc welding camera system has these features:
• Ruggedized camera with integrated LED
• (optional laser pointer)
• Protective lens cover
• Air cool inlet port
• Varifocal manual lens or motorized zoom lens
• Cable lengths to 50m

At the heart of the ICAM weld camera system is an industrial panel PC controller with the application viewing software. The entire system is solid state, with no moving components. The display provides 15” of viewing area and the HMI is touch activated.

The software application as a touch driven application has been written with the user in mind.
Key Features Include:
• Single or dual Cross hair lines
o Move up/down, left, right, and rotate
o Change color (black, white, red)
o Change line thickness
o Add hash marks
• Store preset cross hair configurations to recall with one button press
• On screen keyboard
• Save images and video to file

For more information please about our sub arc weld camera system, please follow this link: http://www.invisuale.com/solutions/weld-camera.html

Invisual E. Inc is dedicated to advancements of quality, efficiency and capabilities for manufacturing. The firm specializes in control systems, process improvement and quality management systems. A technology firm that helps OEM, integrators and manufacturers deliver improvements on key objectives to building brands, expanding markets, and growing revenues.

Pierre Huot is the founder of Invisual E. He received an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business and a B.A. in Science, Chemical Engineering from the University of Ottawa. He is the author of several published case studies and white papers.

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