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ToastyMallow-Gaming- 3 years agostraight keep a remote in the tool bag ;)

yenja 1- 3 years agoalles klar klaus- 3 years agoSicktrickintuner- 3 years agodronepunk FPV- 3 years agoDaniel Dulu- 3 years agoFrank Gormanns- 3 years agovolkscom- 3 years agoGreg s- 3 years agoMatt- 3 years agoJake G- 3 years agoapefred- 3 years agoI did another approach to measure the time between input pulse (IR) and the time to darken the helmet. I uploaded this video-answer on my channel.

I am using an IR-LED for triggering and then measure the light signal with a small solar-cell. I also compared a cheap one with a proper 3M Speedglas 100 V.

Greetings and have a nice Christmas!

Sarpe- 3 years agoPatrick Fennelly- 3 years agothebathman- 3 years ago## 10. comment for Auto-Darkening Filter in slow motion | 2 milliseconds of weld arc

brent56and1- 3 years agoGummy Bear- 3 years agoauto helmets with grind switch on in side of helmet. if you put ur welding gloves in side it can flick it over.

cut that bastard off flush on weld setting

mike maxwell- 3 years agoRobin Turner- 3 years agorocky75094- 3 years agoevanislost- 3 years agoPhaseP1- 3 years agoAlainHubert- 3 years agostager33- 3 years agoUse a IR led to trigger it

And use a hi out put bright white led

And a photo resister as a sender on the other side

Just a thought

stager33- 3 years agostager33- 3 years ago## 20. comment for Auto-Darkening Filter in slow motion | 2 milliseconds of weld arc

Thomas Hermans- 3 years agoSpicy Mint- 3 years agoJoe 30 pack- 3 years agosasja de vries.- 3 years agoThen: shield all your oscilloscope cables with alu foil.

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John Francis Doe- 3 years agoWilly Bee- 3 years ago## 30. comment for Auto-Darkening Filter in slow motion | 2 milliseconds of weld arc

Senseless Inductor- 3 years agoedstirling- 3 years agoRobert Nugent- 3 years agoTreverSlyFox- 3 years agoNoah Kuzel- 3 years agoAmi sh- 3 years agoCooldibs- 3 years agoBrian C- 3 years agoCree 54- 3 years agobalisticsquirel- 3 years agoIs there any way to test this?

Maybe with a continuous light source in locked location, an LCD filter locked in position, and something like old-school photographic paper to catch the rays coming through? If it 'develops' a pattern of bright spots then there's differential pass-through.

nickym456- 3 years agoMartin Jedrzejewski- 3 years agoMartin Jedrzejewski- 3 years agoJohn Francis Doe- 3 years agoLogan M.- 3 years agorandom consumer- 3 years agoDarren Dignam- 3 years agoMerry Christmas from Londinium!!!!

Just read down the comments, but I already typed the damn thing, but yes - others have suggested the same.

ricardo / lossy- 3 years agoLesliec8- 3 years agoManos Deltas- 3 years agoJayson Lorenzon- 3 years agojustensr harmon- 3 years ago## 50. comment for Auto-Darkening Filter in slow motion | 2 milliseconds of weld arc

derrick felix- 3 years agoaezif dhom- 3 years agoBrad Knowlton- 3 years agoScott Thompson- 3 years agoSander vandijk- 3 years agoJC Superstars- 3 years agoElectromagnetic arc sensing

One available helmet technology that can help improve productivity is electromagnetic arc sensing. This option can be especially beneficial for outdoor welding or in applications where the welding operator has an obstructed view.

On helmets without this technology, the position of the welding operator’s head or an obstruction can block the sensors on the lens, preventing the lens from darkening. Bright sunlight during outdoor welding applications can also cause the lens to darken before the operator is ready.

With electromagnetic arc sensing, the sensor picks up the magnetic frequency of the welding arc to eliminate any interference issues. The lens will darken only during welding and stays dark throughout the process — even in bright sunlight or when there are obstacles between the sensor and the arc. This reduces operator downtime for helmet adjustments or repositioning of the work piece.

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kurt O'Connor- 3 years agotexasdee slinglead- 3 years agox9x9x9x9x9- 3 years agoadvance9572- 3 years agoMusicBent- 3 years agoher glorious electrons warm the sacred work.

Her two prophets wise, Lincoln and Miller, may they forever ark.

Blessed be the apprenti for they schlep the tools and warm the lunches.

Blessed be the journeyman for they scribe the sacred ruins.

Thank you brother Brian for your enlighten..."

Brian Garrow (who previously commented 8 hours before me) claims this is a quote of something he has said. Unconfirmed. Will update if he responds, or if I learn more of its source.

AuMechanic- 3 years ago## 100. comment for Auto-Darkening Filter in slow motion | 2 milliseconds of weld arc

TylerLeeds111- 3 years agoAn LCD consists of chains of crystals floating in a liquid. The crystal geometry means that they're translucent (ish) in one phase but nearly opaque when twisted 90 degrees. A voltage causes the crystals to twist but that's not instantaneous. 2ms is actually pretty fast. The amount of voltage dictates the amount of twist and thus the amount of light passed by the panel.

2ms is also periously close to the single-frame time of that RX100 at 240FPS. Probably too close to rely on the results.

Could you use a photocell (like from a nightlight) and put it behind the welding glass. Hook it to your Oscilliscope and you should be able to measure the time between voltage peak and fall-off to determine the switching time on the panel.

Nevin Williams- 3 years agoScott Yeager- 3 years agoAvE- 3 years agoKevin Martin- 3 years agoAlso, to avoid the noise, use an IR LED to trigger the shade rather than the welder.

So, on the front place an IR and visible LED in parallel side-by-side, and behind the shade place a visible light detector. Point the IR LED at the shade's sensor, and the visible LED at your sensor through the shade. Cover the mess to avoid stray light. Turn on the power to the IR/Visible pair and also trigger the scope. Show the result of the visible detector on the scope.

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Merry Christmas to your family and your self-enjoy

Wil Hobbs- 3 years agoPhaseP1- 3 years agoWhich lists 0.1 msecs light to dark time. It also has this: Slow to darken:

• If the filter has not been used for a day or more, the circuitry will

enter a sleep mode. It will wake up when tested or when you begin

welding. Note that the first time, it may darken to a lighter shade

even though set for a darker shade. After the first time, it will darken

to the correct shade setting every time. It is recommended to

test your ADF prior to welding.

• Colder temperatures can slow the switching speed of any ADF.

Once the helmet warms up from the welding process, the switching

will increase to rated speeds.

So I don't think the high speed camera is up to task to measure its reaction time when it is warm and operating as it should. Your measuring different times is indication to this I think, because on time should be same regardless of the "delay" setting. And this Vista 3000 is actually not a fast one. I have a lowly Lowe's Kobalt for my once or twice in life time usage, it lists 50 micro seconds light to dark time. And the visible light spectrum can hurt your eyes too, in the end they are all photons and have energy.

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John Francis Doe- 3 years agoJobbityGifford- 3 years agobdot02- 3 years agosponkii- 3 years agoYou also have a huge amount of visible light, how about two tiny solar cells as sensors?

A few cents for improving the filter and testing with the o-smell-oscope..

When dealing with low signal strengths like IR leds as sources, then use film or ceramic capacitors, and pF to nF cap values, this allows the tiny currents from the led to charge the capacity.

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DINOMITE22- 3 years agoFaszinated- 3 years agoDavid Chester- 3 years agoarose460- 3 years agodouble0prime- 3 years agoMike Wagner- 3 years agoI think all you need is a photodetector behind it. It will spike as the visible light from the welder reaches it and dim when the mask activates

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Grant Haggard- 3 years agoa salted- 3 years agoAndy Reynolds- 3 years agovasyapupken- 3 years agoyou can trigger it by IR diode. (plug it to the oscilloscope generator chanel)

and for shield - use photo diode and flashlight.

(so on the one chanel you have a setup that measures shield opacity for visible light. and on the generator chanel is a trigger fo shield)

Luke Noakes- 3 years agoYexzy01- 3 years agoDavid Kinch- 3 years agoPeter Nordberg- 3 years agoThough not sure the LED scheme would work if the visor blocks IR when open. Anyhow, merry Christmas and all that jazz. Or blues, or whatever.

atcpowers5- 3 years agoolleollesson11- 3 years agoBut if a noise free environment is achieved I guess you can just amplify to compensate for the filter, but then again a welder is not a perfect apparatus for a noise free environment :-)

riesmoos- 3 years agoThe solar cells output a usable voltage to detect by oscilloscope. I'm not sure if it's high enough to get above the noise of that welder. I have not tried it for myself. Thank you for your uploads.

Jason Boyers- 3 years agoThought this may steer ya the right direction for your filter. Farads for high pass Henries for low pass.

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conradblackii- 3 years agoHello, Murica!- 3 years agoDavid Morgan- 3 years agoHello, Murica!- 3 years agoLaurens Verheij- 3 years agoDavid Fowler- 3 years agoAlso, consider that using an RC filter would have added a lot of delay in your scope measurement.

I think you should do the measurement using the photodetector and the scope. You only need the one detector and can use the welder as your source. Without the screen, in place, you can test to set the scope and trigger. Then with the shield in place you should see the trigger and the wall of noise which should drop sharply when the screen triggers. Measure the time from the first spike (trigger) and when you see the level drop due to the shield.

You may have too much EM noise getting into your photodetector leads then signal from the LED sensor. To mitigate that noise, make sure all the sensor wiring is well away from the welder cables. Ideally, you only have the LED attached to the scope probe, keep the probe cable far away from the welder cable.

Also, try switching to the X1 mode on the scope probe. This lowers the probe impedance which can help reduce the EM coupling. You will have to bump the gain on the scope up by 10 but that should be better.

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Am I still screaming?!?

Iceberg86300- 3 years agoComment:

"Not familiar with this odd pagan practice. I worship at the altar of molten metal. Her Glorious Electrons warms the sacred work. Her two prophets are the wise ones, Lincoln and Miller. May they forever arc.

Blessed are the apprenti, for they haul the tools and warm the lunches. Blessed also are the journeymen, for they interpret the sacred runes. Schmoo is forbidden by the Council of Bumblefuckery, 1967." - Brian Garrow, 2017

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You understand how to test!

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Roadmast3r- 3 years agoboggisthecat- 3 years agoThe ‘active’ glasses either use an IR detector or Bluetooth. I don’t know about ‘passive’ glasses.

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CO2 blocks IR too, which is the basis for the anthropogenic global warming problem. (The IR from the ground can’t be radiated back out into space. This is useful because the Earth would be a snowball otherwise, but more CO2 means more heat trapped.). The whole area of EM radiation is interesting but can be difficult to understand intuitively, because it isn’t within the normal operating parameters of our monkey brain architecture.

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Merry Christmas from mine to yours, Uncle Bumblefuck.

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