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July 15, 2023 4 min read

The Fronius Vizor Connect welding helmet is the world's first welding helmet that communicates with a power source via Bluetooth. This innovative feature allows the helmet to darken prior to ignition, eliminating the delay that occurs when the arc is lit. The helmet ensures enhanced safety and comfort for welders, making it a game-changer in the welding industry.

 

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Enhanced Safety with PreTrigger Technology

One of the standout features of the Fronius Vizor Connect welding helmet is the introduction of Fronius PreTrigger technology. Through Bluetooth connectivity, the power source sends a signal to the welding helmet as soon as the user presses the On button on the welding torch. This signal triggers the helmet to darken before the arc is ignited, protecting the welder's eyes from the abrupt flash of light that would typically occur. By reducing the exposure to welding light, the helmet helps prevent eye fatigue and ensures the welder's safety throughout the welding process.

 

Exceptional Comfort and Visibility

The Fronius Vizor Connect welding helmet offers outstanding comfort and visibility to welders. Its auto-darkening filter cartridge remains in place even at the lowest currents and in constrained positions, as long as the arc is burning[1]. The helmet seamlessly responds to the signal sent by the connected power source, adjusting the level of protection between DIN 5 and DIN 12. This adaptive feature ensures that the darkness level is perfectly tailored to the intensity of the arc at all times. Furthermore, welders have the option to switch to manual mode and adjust the darkness according to their specific requirements.

The Vizor Connect helmet's design prioritises the welder's comfort and visibility. Its auto-darkening filter cartridge includes a nose cut-out, providing an unobstructed line of sight and enhancing overall comfort. The special shape of the helmet increases the field of view up to six times, allowing welders to work with improved precision. Additionally, the reduced weight of the helmet minimises strain on the welder's neck and enhances manoeuvrability.

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Protection Against External Light Interference

Conventional welding helmets often face issues of darkening at inappropriate times due to light reflections, warning lights, or external welding light. However, the Fronius Vizor Connect welding helmet effectively eliminates these problems[1]. The helmet's advanced technology ensures ideal protection during activities before and after welding, including grinding. When the welder disconnects the Bluetooth connection between the helmet and the power source, the Vizor Connect functions as a conventional protective helmet and darkens in the presence of light sources above a certain intensity. This feature guarantees a clear view and protects the welder's eyes from harmful light.

 

The auto-darkening filter cartridge remains in place even at the lowest currents.

If the arc is concealed  or the helmet looses sight of the arc for even a second or your in a constrained position, as long as the arc is burning the filter will remain dark no matter what. This is because the helmet reliably responds to the signal sent by the connected power source. This improves occupational safety for the welder. The level of protection applicable to the welding process is automatically adjusted between DIN 5 and DIN 12. The darkness level is therefore perfectly adapted to the intensity of the arc at all times. The welder also has the option of switching to manual mode and infinitely adjusting the darkness as required.

 

A CLEAR VIEW AT ALL TIMES

A further advantage is that the Fronius Vizor Connect  eliminates the problem of interference from external light. Conventional welding helmets sometimes darken at inappropriate times as a result of light reflections, warning lights, or external welding light. Not the Vizor Connect. The helmet provides ideal protection during activities before and after welding, including grinding. When the welder disconnects the Bluetooth connection between the helmet and the power source, the Vizor Connect acts like a conventional protective helmet and darkens in the presence of light sources as of a certain intensity.

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When the helmet is not darkened, it provides a clear view with a brightness level of 2.5 as well as real colour perception thanks to a specially developed UV and infrared filter. The auto-darkening filter cartridge with nose cut-out gives the welder an unobstructed line of sight and makes the helmet extremely comfortable to wear. The special shape increases the field of view up to six times and reduces the weight of the helmet.

Versatile Applications

The Fronius Vizor Connect   welding helmet is suitable for various welding processes and applications[ It is compatible with MIG/MAG (standard and pulsed arc), TIG (AC and DC), MMA welding, plasma cutting, oxyacetylene welding, and grinding. The helmet's versatility makes it an ideal choice for welders working in different industries and dealing with diverse welding requirements.

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FAQs

Q1: Is the Fronius Vizor Connect welding helmet suitable for different welding processes?

A1: Yes, the helmet is compatible with various welding processes, including MIG/MAG, TIG, MMA welding, plasma cutting, oxyacetylene welding, and grinding[

Q2: Can the darkness level be adjusted manually?

A2: Yes, welders have the option to switch to manual mode and adjust the darkness level according to their specific requirements[1].

Q3: Does the helmet protect against external light interference?

A3: Yes, the Fronius Vizor Connect welding helmet eliminates the problem of interference from external light, ensuring optimal protection during activities before and after welding.

Q4: What are the applications of the Vizor Connect welding helmet?

A4: The helmet is suitable for a wide range of applications, including MIG/MAG welding, TIG welding, MMA welding, plasma cutting, oxyacetylene welding, and grinding.

 

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