BST eltromat to launch Next Generation Web Video System

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Khushal Patel of BST at Labelexpo India 2014. Photo PSA

Labelexpo has been the ideal platform for BST eltromat India to launch new products over the years. While the previous edition of Labelexpo India saw the launch of “Innovative TubeScan System–A Low Cost 100% Inspection System for Labels” from BST eltromat, this year they plan to showcase their Next Generation Web Video System—POWERScope 5000.

POWERScope 5000 is a new, digital video inspection system that offers greatly improved image quality compared to the previous solutions. As a result, machine operators can detect irregularities on the press far better and faster. As a lowcost, entry-level model, the POWERScope 5000 features a unique, easy-to-operate user interface.

Labelexpo india logo 2BST eltromat plans to use the platform of Labelexpo India to present the successor of their very successful POWERScope 4000 for Indian audience. The new POWERScope 5000 web viewing system has been optimized for both wide and narrow web applications. The development of the new system is focused on price, easy operation and robustness. The POWERScope 5000 features a high resolution camera, position memory function, which saves up to five different positions, a manual or motorized camera unit, LED flash unit, an external operator panel and 21.5 inch monitor with multi-touch function.

Additionally, the system is electrically compatible with the already introduced synchronization components. This makes it easy to exchange older systems like POWERScope 3000 or 4000. The system UI is based on the iPQ-View user interface. For perfect print results, BST eltromat India provides a complete portfolio for quality assurance systems and maximum productivity in narrow web applications. Their 100% print inspection systems—SHARK LEX and TubeScan Digital—ensure complete monitoring of the process by reducing wastage and maintaining quality of the product.

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