ASCOREL commercialises the
ORLACO cameras

 
 
 
 


SAFER
Not only does the camera allow the crane operator to work more efficiently, it also contributes to safety on the workplace. With an Orlaco camera system, the crane operator does not solely depend on the indicator’s instructions.

MORE EFFICIENT
Optimised site management: according to tests conducted on a construction site, the speed of cranes carrying out “blind” lifting operations using an Orlaco camera system is 21% greater than that of cranes not using this system.

FEWER ACCIDENTS
An Orlaco visibility solution gives the crane operator the extra eyes he needs, irrespective of the machine and the working conditions.

MORE ERGONOMIC
With an Orlaco visibility solution, the crane operator retains a correct posture, allowing him to perform his work more pleasantly and efficiently.

CHARACTERISTICS
Operating temperature between
-40°C and +85°C
SLR (SunLight Resistant) glass, clear image in sunny and overcast weather conditions alike
Chemically hardened glass
Sensitivity to light of 0.5 luxbr /> Camera case filled with nitrogen, impervious (IP69K)
Heated lens, so no condensation or frost problem
High resolution
Shock and vibration resistant
The camera is equipped with 0.5 m of cables and a 4-pole connector
Each visibility solution has its aperture angle
Fixed lens
Built-in brightness function to guarantee better visibility in dark areas
Built-in night vision function
High-performance zoom
7’’ display

EQUIPMENT FOR ALL APPLICATIONS
Loadview camera : secured to the tip of the telescopic boom, it is directly oriented downwards, i.e. towards the hook and the load. The crane operator obtains at all times a very clear image of hook position on the colour screen located in the crane cab. If necessary, he can zoom in on the hook to obtain a more detailed image.
Winchview camera : On the largest types of mobile telescopic cranes with very heavy lifting counterweights or double hooks, the view of the winches is extremely limited from the cab. The monitor used to observe the load can thus also be used to observe the Winchview camera.
Rearview camera : A Rearview camera is installed at the far rear of the vehicle, thus allowing the crane operator to clearly see what is behind the crane.
Sideview camera : A Sideview camera installed at the front of the cab helps the crane operator to turn the crane. Last but not least, the system can be completed by a navigation system allowing the crane operator to move as quickly as possible from one site to another.

SPECIFIC EQUIPMENT / GANTRY AND HARBOUR CRANES
Backreach camera : The backreach camera is mounted on the platform of the rear lip. While it cannot be seen by the crane operator, it is used by the operational and logistics ground teams, via a network application, to observe the working area under the crane. A camera mounted on a motorised turret, remotely controlled, offers them an unobstructed view of the entire working area on the quay.

Driven-Direction-View
Installation of compact cameras (CCC) at the feet of the crane guarantees that the crane operator always has good visibility when he moves to the left or right. The four cameras can be converted into a quadruple view when the vehicle is stopped, and the views of the two cameras required can be displayed in a shared screen when moving to the left or right, thus considerably reducing the risk of accidents.
Latchviewcamera : The jib is raised when the crane is not in operation. A Latchview camera is secured right at the top, near the locking point, thus allowing the crane operator to monitor the locking function at all times.

Portique de déchargement portuaire (STS)

Grue à treillis

Grue portuaire à treillis

Grue télescopique