Panoramaxx Series

Panoramaxx CLT (Black)

The Panoramaxx CLT combines the large panoramic field of view of the with the worldwide unique Crystal Lens Technology, which allows a brightness level of 2.0 and gives the welder a true-color and detailed view of the weld pool.

$639.00

Product #: 1010.200

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Features

Crystal Lens Technology 2.0

Now you can clearly see what happens before, during and after welding

True-Color View

A special UV-/IR-Filter that bring colors into the world of the welder

ShadeTronic®

Automatically adapts to changing light conditions of the welding arc

FadeTronic®

Opening of the anti-glare display can be continuously adjusted after welding to significantly reduce eye fatigue

Delay Function

5-Point Detection

intelligent five-sensor control to adjust shade levels even in the most difficult lighting conditions

Grinding Mode

The brightest vision during grinding work ever to be offered by a welding helmet

Overhead Welding

Re-Charge

Lithium-polymer battery is recharged either by light or directly with a USB charger

Sensitivity Regulation

Adapts the helmet to your environment and requirements

Warranty Extension

Simply register here to be covered for 3 years after purchase

Specifications

Protection levels
Autopilot Inactive: Protection level 2.0
Active, Manual: Protection level 8-12
Automatic protection level regulation over the protection level range 4 <12M with individual calibration option of ± 2.
Power supply
Solar cells, Li-polymer battery, can be charged via micro USB cable
Battery life
300 to 500 charging cycles
Sensors
Five sensors
Sensitivity
Infinitely adjustable, new with “Super High” sensitivity
Switching time
Light to Dark: 0.090ms at room temp, 0.070ms at 55°C
Dark to Light: 0.1 s to 2.0 s (with FadeTronic)
Field of View
Depending on the headband setting, 2.3 to 6.3 times the field of view of a 100 x 50mm industry standard anti-glare cassette
Classification EN379
Optical Class: 1
Stray Light Class: 1
Homogeneity Class: 1
Angle Dependency Class: 2
Field of View
Depending on the headband setting, 2.3 to 6.3 times the field of view of a 100 x 50mm industry standard anti-glare cassette
Dimensional Stability
Protective Welding Mask: up to 220°C
Front Lens: Up to 137°C
Eye Protection
Ultraviolet / Infrared Protection: Maximum protection in the entire protection level range
Operating Temperature
-10°C to +55°C / 14°F to 131°F
Storage Temperature
-20°C to +70°C / -4°F to 158°F
Total Weight
600g / 21.2oz (silver 610g / 21.5oz) (PAPR 770g / 780g)
Certifications
CE, ANSI, EAC, AS / NZS, meets CSA Z94.3, additionally with PAPR version EN 12941 (TH3) and for the SuppliedAir version EN14594 (3B)
Meets the pr ISO 16321 standards “WIG +” (“low amp Tig “Procedure)
Scope of Delivery
Welding helmet, Optrel IsoFit® Headgear, Operating Instructions, Storage Bag, Micro USB Charging Cable, Lens, Warranty Card
Guarantee
2 years with additional 1 year warranty extension (excluding battery) if the product is registered within the first 6 months: click here to register

Documents

User Manual (Panoramaxx CLT)

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Product Brochure (Panoramaxx Series)

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2 reviews for Panoramaxx CLT (Black)

  1. eric turner

    I own 3 of the original Panaoramaxx because I like the helmet so much that I wanted one for everywhere I work. I was super excited for this as an upgrade as I love the original crystal 2.0 but didn’t like the exterior controls, and love the usb charging. I absolutely love the lens, sensors, everything but I am very disappointed with the new iso headgear. If you bump the rear knob the cable system fully disengages and you lose all tension on your head and then are trying to get it to tension again and if you decide that you went one click to many again your left to the whole system coming loose again. The rear knob needs to work one click in either tightening the cable or loosening it. The ADF filter is epic but I just want decent headgear, like 3M Speedglas or heck even the nicer Lincoln or Miller stuff, the old headgear is as caveman as possible and this is so overthought its just not functional for the helmet coming on and off all day.

  2. Brian M

    I recently purchased the CLT and love the hood. It’s clearer than any hood I’ve used before. It’s nice and light and doesn’t wear out my neck at all which is nice. However the new isofit headgear leaves much to be desired. It doesn’t fit down around my head hardly at all. That’s with it extended all the way. If I happen to adjust my position at all while welding it’ll fall right off. Now I did notice that if I crank it down incredibly tightly it won’t move. But I will also have a headache due to my skull being crushed. The adjustment knob for tightening and loosening is also not my favorite. If you want to loosen it just slightly you have to start at zero all over. That’s annoying and inconvenient. That being said those are literally the only 2 drawbacks I have. It’s a great hood and I’ll be purchasing the old style headgear to better fit my head.

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Eric
4 months 28 days ago

Do any of your welding helmets offer a setting comparable to Miller’s “X-mode” for use outdoors in direct sunlight?

optrel US
4 months 27 days ago

We do not offer an “X-mode” feature like Miller, but what many of our styles do have is a sensor slide. This allows the user to reduce the exposure of sunlight to the sensors. Then, you can adjust the sensitivity down and this has proven to be very effective in direct sunlight.

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Wayne Powell
3 months 16 days ago

Has the head gear been updated recently ? It would appear the helmet has all the tech and the headgear has been left behind. What a shame & oversight. You can do better Optrel.

optrel US
3 months 15 days ago

Hi Wayne,

Our Panoramaxx CLT helmet includes our new IsoFit headgear, released in October 2020 and designed with customization and comfort in mind. You may find more information on our IsoFit here: https://optrel.us/product/isofit-headgear-green-knobs/. We would love to hear your additional feedback about this headgear!

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Austin
2 months 20 days ago

How do I get a shade 4 or 5 and can I use it for oxyacetylene welding?

optrel US
2 months 17 days ago

To get to shade 4 or 5 set the CLT to auto mode. It will detect the intensity of the light and adjust the shade to the appropriate level. If you find the automatic adjustment is too dark or too light you can manually adjust the shade level +/- 2 shades.

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ALFONSO LOPEZ TOLENTINO PALAU
1 month 26 days ago

if the battery fails its possible to chenge it?

optrel US
1 month 25 days ago

We have the ability to change out batteries but do not recommend field replacement.

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James Lewis
1 month 11 days ago

Hi optrel, I was wondering how your helmets fit while wearing safety glasses u derneath as they seem to go up on the bridge of your nose. Do the safety glasses interfere with the inside lens at all?

optrel US
1 month 7 days ago

The CLT will work with safety glasses but depending on the size of the glasses you may need to telescope the headgear a but further from the lens. In addition we have a tilt adjustment on the side of the hood that will allow you to get the ideal angle for viewing through your lens with glasses on.

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Clay
27 days 16 hours ago

Can you add cheater lenses to Panoramaxx hoods?

optrel US
23 days 21 hours ago

Yes, you can add cheaters to all our panoramaxx hoods. If you go to the product page (https://optrel.us/product/panoramaxx-2-5/) for any of our panoramaxx hoods and scroll down you will find all accessories, including mag lenses.

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Raiden
24 days 23 hours ago

what is the difference between the other models?

i have the 2.5 and its not exactly true color its pretty much green is this actually true color?

does it still darken out when a forklift is nearby?

optrel US
23 days 21 hours ago

The CLT offers the largest color spectrum of any hood on the market. This translates to truly true color viewing. The panoramaxx 2.5 and quattro will favor a slightly greenish hue but colors are still distinguishable allowing you to see red as red, blue as blue, etc…

 
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