Photographic dimensioning with Roundshot
A high-resolution photo of the control cabinet is a really easy way of dimensioning the lengths of the cables. This image is captured by the optionally available Roundshot camera. This takes several individual images and combines them to create one dimensionally accurate overall image, which is then imported into DLW.
In the DLW software, the technician uses this image or a 2D drawing to wire the cables virtually on the screen. This is a highly efficient method of determining the cable length per connection. After that, the production data is converted and uploaded to the wire processing machine, which produces the ready-to-install cables.
DLW Viewer – Guided assembly
The DLW Viewer features a streamlined, touch-operated interface. This guides the operator along the wiring path as they lay the pre-assembled strands virtually on the screen. As a result, this processing step can be carried out by less highly specialized personnel.