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Orlaco presents the latest camera/monitor systems at Intermat 2009

Monday, April 20th, 2009

Orlaco presents its latest camera/monitor systems for cranes and earth-moving machines at Intermat 2009. The international exhibition is being held from 20 to 25 April at the Parc des Expositions in Paris.
Intermat 2009 is a leading international exhibition in the field of vertical transport and earth-moving. Manufacturers and suppliers of machines, parts and accessories display their wares in an exhibition space covering 30,000 square metres. Orlaco will be exhibiting the latest vision solutions for both cranes and earth-moving machines.
The clever scanner for crane solutions
Orlaco supplies camera systems for crawler cranes, telescopic cranes, tower cranes, mobile tower cranes, harbour cranes and quay cranes. Combined with a monitor, the cameras provide an optimum view of both the load and the lifting site. Orlaco will be demonstrating the possibilities at Intermat 2009. One innovation is the Spectrum Scanner. This scanner finds the ideal frequency for the data interchange between the camera and the monitor.
The industrial quad box, supplied plug&play-ready, combined with the 15″ or 10″ monitor is also new. This monitor displays images from four cameras, giving the machine operator has an overview of all the winches at once.
One accessory that will once again be the centre of attention at Intermat 2009 is the foot pedal, which allows the machine operator to zoom in and out with the greatest of ease during lifting.
RLCD monitor for earth-moving machines
More and more off-road vehicles worldwide are also being equipped with Orlaco camera systems (although not to the standard of ISO 5006). This relates to vision solutions for, amongst other things, excavators, material handlers, wheel loaders, dump trucks, motor graders, compactors and skid steer loaders. The innovative RLCD monitor will be in the spotlight at Intermat 2009. This monitor meets the highest requirements: IP67 water-resistant and an EMC resistance of 100 volts per metre. The monitor is used in combination with the CMOS camera systems, suitable for a light sensitivity of 0.25 Lux. The camera/monitor system is equal to the challenging conditions that are part and parcel of off-road work, with both the camera and the monitor being resistant to shocks and vibrations. Orlaco has also developed extra strengthened and flexible cables that can be used to wire up earth-moving machines.
For further information visit: www.orlaco.nl

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