Welding Camera | XVC-1000 Video Camera System
Xiris XVC-1000 welding camera combines over 140dB of high dynamic range with power over Ethernet, a full suite of dedicated image processing software tools for welding, and a unique set of features to deliver unmatched image quality in a wide range of welding and laser processes.
The XVC-1000 is designed to maximize image quality and reliability, including image triggering, general purpose I/O, image window scaling, and soldering arc sensors.
Welding Camera High dynamic range
The dynamic range of the XVC-1000 camera image exceeds 140dB, which makes the XVC-G have a wider range of tonal details than any standard camera. This is very helpful for various industrial production processes, such as welding. The user needs to observe both the details of the very bright welding arc and the darker background around the weld image.
Welding Camera Welding matching function
Each feature of the XVC-1000 is designed for the welding industry, including high dynamic range sensors, compact body, industry standard C/CS mount lens mount, multiple mounting points, and more.
Welding Camera All digital solution
The image captured by the camera is an 8 or 12-bit digital signal that provides a lot of additional information that can be processed to get the best image display. The biggest benefit of digital images is that there is no additional analog signal to convert digital image information loss, making optimal image display possible.
Welding Camera Optically isolated general purpose input / output
The optically isolated universal input/output protects the camera from electromagnetic noise from external devices in the welding environment, such as welding power supplies, motors, and more, as well as power failures connected to
Welding Camera Trigger
Hardware and software triggering synchronizes camera image acquisition with external devices such as welding power supplies, light sources, or other cameras. Trigger modes include: free running, external/internal triggering, and single shot triggering.
The camera’s built-in FPGA controls all camera functions, including camera image processing, extracting areas of interest, and more. It can also update the firmware version in the field.
Xiris WeldStudio Viewer is a powerful feature demonstration software tool compatible with Microsoft Windows 7/8.1 and Linux Ubuntu/Redhat. It includes drivers for Xiris cameras, graphical tools that provide crosshairs and target meshes, and powerful image processing capabilities.
Welding Camera Accessories
Customizable systems to meet your needs. Xiris can help you order accessories to get your system up and running quickly, such as fanless industrial PCs, monitors, cables, power adapters, external cooling modules, industrial enclosures and optical accessories.
Welding Camera Specifications
|Black and White HDR CMOS
|1 to 55 FPS 1280 (H) x 1024 (V) pixel
|1 μs – 53s
|6.8 μm square(8.7 mm x 7 mm effective area)
|Area of interest, exposure time, shutter control
|Global or Roller
|40 (W) x 43 (H) x 65 (L) Does not include lens
|UV and infrared
|135 g (excluding lens)
|Pixel bit deep
|POE power supply or 12 volts through GPIO interface
Connected to the power supply, the maximum power is 6 W.
|Monochrome 8/16, Bayer 8/16
|Lock RJ-45, Hirose HR10A-10R-12P
|Maximum cable length
|Number of cameras supported
|Machine vision standard
|GigE vision 2.0 GenICam is available upon request
|By external trigger or software trigger
|Via Xiris Weld Studio (standard), or through
Xiris Weld Studio SDK (optional)
|2 high speed opto-isolated, 5-24 DC voltage
|Operating temperature: 0 ° to 45 °C,
Storage temperature: -20 ° to 60 °C
|1 photoelectric isolation collector open circuit, maximum 40 volts
|Operating humidity: 20 to 80%
Storage humidity: 20 to 95% (no condensation)
|2 5-24 VDC (optical isolation)
|Compliance with standards
|CE, FCC-B, RoHS
|General purpose output
|2 open collectors (optical isolation),
Maximum 40 VDC
|Windows 7/8 (32 or 64 bit)
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