The demand for HERNIS CraneTV is rising
no 4 October 2005
HERNIS continuously receive orders for CraneTV systems and upgrading of existing camera stations in line with increased demand for technology. The camera stations are installed to overlook the topside of the load and the crane hook assembly, making this an essential tool for the Crane Operators.
The three different HERNIS CraneTV systems are designed for operation in hazardous area, and depending on the model the
system includes either a joystick or a push button based control.
The camera is Exd certified for Zone 1 and 2 with high IP-rating.
The camera station consists of a stainless steel camera housing and hardened glass.
The oil damper absorbs shocks and vibration and keeps the camera in a stable vertical position.
The camera housing is equipped with thermostatic controlled heating element as a standard.
The colour camera is equipped with a motorized lens, 18 x optical Zoom and Auto Focus.
With the optional Automatic Object Tracking System installed, operation is made even easier. It automatically zooms on the predefined object, tracking the payload during hoisting or lowering, keeping the object a constant size on the screen.
CraneTV Camera onboard the ell Head platform arg-A.
User Forum at HERNIS Demo Room
HERNIS Demo Room
As mentioned in our Newsletter no 2 may 2005, the HERNIS Demo Room has been renewed with our latest equipment, such as the Sea Touch Graphic User Interface.
HERNIS has planned the first User Forum arrangement this fall.The invitation goes out to customers and business associates who are the actual users of the equipment,
for instance the SeaTouch, at their respectively work stations and locations worldwide.
HERNIS intends to update the customers on the latest techno- logy within CCTV, and at the same time we hope to receive first hand feedback from the users as to which areas our products can be utilized in the best way possible.
Market Activities October – December 2005
5th – 8th October KorMarine
6th – 9th December MarinTec China