The MULTIROTOR G4 drones with a thermal imaging camera offers an effective solution as it is very easy to position the thermal imaging camera at the right distance and angle, particularly using the new MULTIROTOR flight control. Your drone will automatically position itself at the right angle and the correct height and will fly completely automatically and quickly, i.e. you don’t have to worry about flying the drone or setting up the camera. You can distinguish damaged solar cells conveniently and immediately by glancing at the monitor. No other technology is this quick and accurate. It’s even possible to organise an automatic flight on a pre-set course using the service-drone Way Point navigation tool.
Defective cells on solar panels, so-called hotspots, can only be detected from outside using a thermal imaging camera. Both ground-mounted and roof-mounted systems are difficult to access because you ideally need a perpendicular view of the slanting solar cells.
With the optris PI LightWeight IR camera service-drone offers a small, reasonably-priced thermal imaging camera that is tried and tested in practical situations as option on the MULTIROTOR G4 Eagle V2. Regular workshops take place where you can also learn the basic physics involved, how to handle the camera and the flying knowledge you need, particularly in solar parks.
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