array of communication ports that match existing
An increasing number of utilities and electrical grid engineers are already using drones to scan their installations, and yet they are in constant search for appropriate optical and remote detection sensors that can add value to their activities. Henceforth, it is feasible and easy to incorporate corona cameras, and benefit from the ability to see and treat faults in their earlier stages; get immediate indications of existing obscure faults; get a comprehensive view of the condition of the inspected facility.
DayCor® micROM HD camera is geared towards both adding
As an innovative company, Ofil launched during PowerTest 2019 its latest product, the DayCor® micROM HD , a small camera with light weight, low power consumption, multiple protocols and communication interfaces, electromagnetic shielding, wide field of view, and onboard recording and more features that deliver incredible value for inspection by drones.
“micROM HD combines the outstanding sensitivity to UV, that is typical to all of our products, with an HD recorder and a small
Ofil has extensive experience with UV imaging systems. Due to proprietary valuable intellectual resources, Ofil was selected by EPRI to develop daytime corona cameras. For the past 25 years, Ofil develops inspection systems for the electrical industry and for oil spill detection ranging from compact handheld to high-end aerial gimballed payloads.
Ofil is an innovative leader whose products are being used worldwide.
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