The PyrOptixTM Visible Imaging System (VISTM) is a visible wavelength, light-weight, fully digital imaging system that provides high-resolution HD video quality.

The PyrOptix VIS  is well-protected, built with a coated aluminum enclosure and air-cooled lens tube. It provides unprecedented operational views of extreme high-temperature processes such as in kilns, boilers, furnaces and more. It is particularly well suited for observing  flame applications.

PyrOptix cameras are engineered for durability and longevity in order to provide low maintenance operation. The system comes with an option for wireless connectivity with a rugged tablet, allowing for quick and easy mobile inspections.

Benefits of looking into various applications with PyrOptix VIS:

• Improved monitoring resulting in reduced operating costs.
• Reduced risk of catastrophic failure due to large deposits.
• Lower maintenance costs due to reduced unplanned outages.
• Helps in troubleshooting such as for leak detection.
• Helps in burner adjustment and identifying soot blower malfunction, thereby optimizing fuel consumption.

To request a quote or to receive more information, please contact our sales team.

 

PyrOptix VIS Technical Specifications

Dimensions
Camera Enclosure8 1/2" x 10 1/2" x 20 1/2" (216 x 267 x 521 mm)
Air Filter6" x 16" x 28" (152 x 406 x 711 mm)
Standard
Lens Assemblies
HD 64/18 64° FOV, D 1 5/8” x L 18" (41 x 457 mm) (10"/254 mm in front of heat shield)
HD 64/3564° FOV, D 1 5/8” x L 35” (41 x 889 mm) (25"/635 mm in front of heat shield)
Lens Performance
Focal Range12” (305 mm) to infinity
Imaging Module
Framerate30Hz
Resolution1400x1050
Gain/LevelAutomatic gain, Automatic Level
Video FormatH.264, Motion jpeg
Weights
Imaging Module6 lbs./2.72 kg
HD 64/186.5 lbs./2.96 kg
HD 64/359.75 lbs./4.4 kg
Electrical
Imaging Unit/Camera85~240 VAC 50/60 Hz
Cooling Air
Air SupplyPlant (service) air (Good), Instrument air (Best)
Pressure60 psig (4.14 bar)
Consumption<60 SCFM (1699 L/min) @ 80 psi/5.5 bar inlet pressure
Max inlet Temp.<130°F (54°C)

Visible Wavelength Boiler/Kiln Images