DayCor® core cameras UV-EYE and UV-EYElite can be mounted on ground vehicles and used for driven inspections, remotely controlled. Ofil UV EYEs are fit for on-the-move inspections of overhead electric grid lines. These cameras allow on-the-fly detection of electrical and mechanical anomalies, as well as recording and streaming clear high-quality footage of both UV corona PD events and the emitting sources. DayCor® UV EYEs have been implemented on robots, vans, trucks, ATVs (all-terrain vehicles), and others.
Ofil’s UV-EYE and UV-EYElite combine high detection capabilities of remote UV signals with powerful visual imagery of the inspected scene. The cameras implement Ofil’s proprietary core DayCor® Solar Blind Technology which ensures their impeccable performance during the daytime. Thanks to their high sensitivity to electric corona PD, inspectors get solid good, reliable, and comprehensive info on any existing corona event and corona-related fault that exists throughout the scanned area.
Note: Though Ofil is not involved with customized integration of the cameras on the selected platforms, Ofil supports its customers with remote control scripts, and recommended configurations.
DayCor® UV-EYEs are valuable inspection solutions, providing:
- Pinpointed info on existing corona PD-related faults and processes that lead to faults
- In real time, without data processing delays
- On the move with clear smooth video clips
- High sensitivity to UV radiation as a prerequisite for remote detection
- Reliable unambiguous data
- Robust camera that fits driving conditions in hush terrain
Ofil’s DayCor® UV-EYEs can be used in tandem with additional complementary inspection technology, such as Thermal IR or ultra-HD video cameras, or powerful tele cameras. Any selected combination contributes its unique data leading to a comprehensive perception of the condition of the inspected asset.
Each of the UV-EYEs cameras includes an AC/DC adaptor, HDMI video streaming protocol, a set of communication cables, a hard case, and a the commands that control the cameras’ functions.