Optrel VegaView 2.5 Welding Helmet
Optrel VegaView 2.5 Welding Helmet (1006.600)

Optrel VegaView 2.5 Welding Helmet (1006.600)

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The Optrel VegaView 2.5 Welding Helmet offers the brightest auto-darkening lens available. You'll be amazed at how bright the new lens is; 4 times brighter in light state than a traditional auto-darkening lens offering greater situational awareness, especially in dark work spaces. You'll also fall in love with Optrel's true-color view. Imagine seeing real colors before you strike the arc!

Grind mode:
By simply clicking a button the grind mode is activated, automatic mode is disabled, you see your surroundings on light state 2.5.

Shade Level 2,5 / 8-12:
With adjustable shade levels from 8 to 12 the Vegaview2.5 can be used in various welding methods.

Outside Adjustment:
The most important functions can easily be adjusted outside at the helmet.

Sensitivity Adjustment:
With the sensitivity adjustment the automatic sensor of the display can be tuned to the optimum position for your personal environment.

Comfort Head Band:
Allows ideal weight distribution and reduces loads on head and neck to a minimum.

Patented Excenter:
Allows a position of the opened helmet in perfect distance to the chin of the welder.

Overhead Welding:
Due the the optimized form of helmet and protection glas splatters keep not laying on display but are guided around.

Sensor Slide:
The patented sensor slide allows the detection angle to be reduced from 120° to 60° to prevent the ADF from responding to welding nearby.

Opening Delay:
Using this function after welding the opening of the shutter is delayed, protecting the welders eyes.

TrueColor Filter:
A revolution: thanks to the TrueColor filter you see your surroundings in real colors.

• True color filter
• Shade level 2.5 / 8-12
• Three Sensors

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