Isotek Electronics is an engineering company specialising in the design, development and implementation of sophisticated 'real-time' control systems.
Founded in 1978 to design and manufacture computer based control systems, Isotek has a wide area of expertise which is being used on applications as diverse as advanced welding control systems compact telecommunications, subsea telemetry, industrial controls and vehicle suspension systems.
The company's technological expertise stems from its team of highly qualified engineers who provide a broad based engineering background which continues to strengthen as the company expands which ensures that Isotek's specialist software is developed from a strong engineering foundation.
Advanced Welding Control Systems
Our expertise lies in the development of flexible software and hardware solutions - tailoring the control system to meet exact customer requirements. Control and drive system architecture is designed to be flexible - servo, stepper or drive combinations can be accomodated. The welding control systems are industrially built for the shop-floor and incorporate a host of features:
MULTI-AXIS - x, y, z or rotary or orbital welding.
MULTI-PASS - weld procedures defined by combinations of motion and welding events ['job' control]
WAY-POINTS - each motion or weld event is defined by way-points based on either time or position.
TEACH & LEARN - axes can be driven to the desired location and the procedures then updated automatically from the encoded feedback position.
Co-ordinates can be defined by relative or absolute positions [absolute for known and fixed jigging and work-piece positions, relative for an operator set start position].
Weave patterns are defined completely with position, speed and delays - a synchronised weave with current pulsing is also available.
PENDANT - including keys for custom definition.
High or low pulse AVC.
'Hot-key' adjustments for pre-defined offset steps and limits for trimming during welding if desired.