The following accessory items are available for optris PI infrared cameras:
CoolingJacket / Water Protection Housing
Works Test Certificate
You will find the STEP files for our accessories in the download area.
Our new CoolingJacket Advanced is the universal protection for your thermal imager from hot ambient temperatures. The cooling can be achieved by either water or air (cooling with air up to 100°C (212 °F) and with water up to 315 °C [599 °F]). It also allows the integration of additional components like PI NetBox, USB Server Gigabit and Industrial Process Interface (PIF) in the extended version.
Ethernet Cat. 6, USB- and sensor cables for ambient temperatures up to 250 °C (482 °F) as well as an optional cable cooling for up to 315 °C (599 °F) are available
The air purge unit complements the reliable CoolingJacket for use in harsh environments, especially in the metal and glass industries.
An integrated, infrared-transparent special window protects the optics of the camera or sensor on the one hand and enables an optimal laminar air flow on the other hand. This is particularly important because turbulence directly in front of the optics leads to dirt deposits. The Optris development engineers designed, extensively tested and optimized the air purge attachment in the in-house test center.
In harsh environments, the airflow in front of the CoolingJacket has proven to be as critical for reliable and accurate temperature measurements as the cooling itself. The air purge unit optimizes this airflow and allows both orthogonal (left) and parallel (right) airflow.
The universal protection housing (IP 66) has been developed for outdoor operation of the optris PI infrared camera series. Through a built-in air purge collar, the IR cameras can be deployed in dusty and humid conditions for a continuous temperature monitoring. The possible inclusion of a USB Server Gigabit enables for an integration into process control systems over large distances via Ethernet.
Interchangeable lenses are available for all optris PI infrared cameras. Additional lenses may also be purchased afterwards for every camera individually. The exact field of view for all thermal imagers at any distance can be calculated with our optics calculator. If you are uncertain which IR camera is the most suitable for your measuring task, use our IR camera selector!
The following lenses are available for the thermal imagers of the optris PI series: