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The MeltView PIXI is a compact, ruggedized welding camera with integrated cooling and lighting.  At 1920x1080 resolution, the image is crisp and detailed in color or greyscale. Simple to operate and highly configurable, the MeltView PIXI is our most popular welding camera for TIG, plasma, laser welding and submerged arc welding.

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Working Distance: 50-400mm
Max Temperature: 400 degC
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Our third-generation APEX welding camera is a one-of-a-kind educational tool for simple and effective demonstration of arc welding.

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Working Distance: 50-400mm
Max Temperature: 50 degC
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Our third-generation MIRA welding can help an operator to visualize the smallest welds. A large range of lenses allow the camera to be located as close as a couple of inches from the weld and as far as a couple of meters away.

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Working Distance: 50-2500mm
Max Temperature: 50 degC
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The MeltView DART2 is our ruggedized, second generation welding camera designed to image ALL open arc welding processes. With integrated lights, air-knife, water-cooling and external focus adjustment, the DART is a simple to use, reliable solution for visualizing welding in real time.

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Working Distance: 100-400mm
Max Temperature: 300 degC
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The LAS-SCAN/MICRO system is composed of a 3D laser camera, a 2D color video camera, an industrial control unit and an inspection software package. SERVO-ROBOT provides a choice of several 3D laser-camera models adapted to the application, the inspection requirements, the access to the part to be inspected, etc.  The ...

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Working Distance: 5.5-16mm
Max Temperature: 50 degC
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High-speed and high-accuracy seam tracking laser-vision system for laser welding, laser hybrid welding and laser brazing. LAS-TRAC/E™ is designed to perform real-time laser seam tracking of the laser welding joint  to ensure perfect positioning of the laser welding spot within the joint. LAS-TRAC/E™ system handles ...

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Working Distance: 6.5-16mm
Max Temperature: 50 degC
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Laser measurement system for robotic applications. Fully integrated system with embedded control unit, laser-camera and software. Very easy to use, install and maintain.

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Working Distance: 276-476mm
Max Temperature: 50 degC
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QUICK-SCAN is a compact and cost efficient laser-vision system designed for seam finding, joint fit up monitoring, 3D program shifting, welding inspection, and teaching. It includes high-speed 3D robotic mapping capabilities to generate precise points cloud.

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Working Distance: 231-616mm
Max Temperature: 50 degC
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MDL/E is an intelligent modular laser welding system that integrates two high-precision 3D laser-cameras and a high quality industrially proven laser beam delivery head (up to 30kW) into one compact rugged package to perform real-time seam tracking, weld inspection and process control. The MDL/E system precisely welds linear or ...

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Working Distance: 99-114.5mm
Max Temperature: 50 degC
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Intelligent seam tracking & finding system ready for welding robots. 

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Working Distance: 55-210mm
Max Temperature: 50 degC
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The i-FACT MICRO system is the latest SERVO-ROBOT robotic welding management system available on the market. i-FACT MICRO automatically digitizes parts, joints and welds in order to verify compliance with the customer’s specifications and standards. i-FACT MICRO provides real-time go/no go information to automatically evaluate ...

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Working Distance: 70-616mm
Max Temperature: 50 degC
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i-CUBE gives optical precision to industrial robotic processes. i-CUBE is an integrated hybrid sensing system for universal control of industrial robots. Its rugged design and powerful on-board control electronics make it ideal for industrial environments such as welding, cutting, handling and inspection. i-CUBE integrates multiple ...

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Working Distance: 240-340mm
Max Temperature: 50 degC
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Complete 3D laser-vision system for joint tracking and adaptive process control designed for special purpose welding machines.

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Working Distance: 12-164mm
Max Temperature: 50 degC
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WiKi-SCAN 2.0 is a unique welding quality management system that accurately inspects weld joint preparations, joint fit-up and weld bead geometry ensuring the reliability of the welding process. It provides measurements of many features, from leg size to undercut, as well as measurements of critical parameters such as root and face ...

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Working Distance: 50-500mm
Max Temperature: 45 degC
Temperature Range: 5 to 45 deg C
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Frequently Asked Questions

Weld monitors are devices that are used to measure and analyze welding processes. They provide real-time data on various welding parameters such as voltage, current, and weld time, which can help operators optimize the welding process and ensure quality welds.

Weld monitors offer several benefits, including improving the quality and consistency of welds, reducing the risk of weld defects, reducing scrap rates, increasing productivity, and providing real-time feedback for process optimization.

There are several types of weld monitors available, including digital meters, oscilloscopes, and data acquisition systems. Some weld monitors also offer advanced features such as waveform analysis, data logging, and automatic pass/fail analysis.

When choosing a weld monitor, consider factors such as the type of welding process you will be monitoring, the welding parameters you need to measure, the accuracy and resolution of the device, the data storage and analysis capabilities, and the user interface and ease of use.

Weld monitors can be used with a variety of welding processes, including arc welding (such as MIG, TIG, and stick welding), resistance welding, and laser welding.

Installation and usage instructions will vary depending on the specific weld monitor you choose. Generally, however, weld monitors are attached to the welding power source or welding machine and are used to measure and record welding parameters during the welding process. Consult the manufacturer's instructions for specific guidance on installation and usage.

Weld monitors provide real-time data on welding parameters, which can help operators identify and correct issues such as improper welding technique, incorrect electrode positioning, or insufficient weld penetration. This can lead to higher-quality and more consistent welds.

By providing real-time feedback on welding parameters, weld monitors can help operators optimize the welding process to reduce the risk of defects and increase productivity. This can lead to reduced scrap rates, lower rework costs, and increased overall efficiency.

The cost of weld monitors will vary depending on the specific device and its features. Basic digital meters can cost under $100, while advanced data acquisition systems can cost several thousand dollars. You can use the "Inquire Price" button from the product pages to find out the price of the specific model of interest.

There are 14 different Weld Monitors from suppliers and manufacturers listed in this category. In just a few clicks you can compare different Weld Monitors with each other and get an accurate quote based on your needs and specifications. Please note that the prices of Weld Monitors vary significantly for different products based on various factors including technical parameters, features, brand name, etc. Please contact suppliers directly to inquire about the details and accurate pricing information for any product model. Simply navigate to the product page of interest and use the orange button to directly reach out to the respective supplier with one click.

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Weld Monitors are vision instruments that are used to measure and analyze welding processes. Weld monitors offer several benefits, including improving the quality and consistency of welds, reducing the risk of weld defects, reducing scrap rates, increasing productivity, and providing real-time feedback for process optimization. The type of weld monitor you choose will depend on factors such as the type of welding process you will be monitoring, the welding parameters you need to measure, the accuracy and resolution of the device, the data storage and analysis capabilities, and the user interface and ease of use. Weld monitors can be used with a variety of welding processes, including arc welding (such as MIG, TIG, and stick welding), resistance welding, and laser welding. By providing real-time data on welding parameters, weld monitors can help operators identify and correct issues such as improper welding technique, incorrect electrode positioning, or insufficient weld penetration. This can lead to higher-quality and more consistent welds. Additionally, weld monitors can help reduce costs by optimizing the welding process to reduce the risk of defects and increase productivity. The cost of weld monitors will vary depending on the specific device and its features. Basic digital meters can cost under $100, while advanced data acquisition systems can cost several thousand dollars.