The four-in-one payload (UV+UAV system) carries a UV sensor, an IR thermal imaging camera, a Zoom EO Camera, and a ToF sensor. Its UV sensor can detect ultraviolet sources, such as partial discharges or wildfires and has a consistent photon count value that guarantees that the readings in every inspection will always be consistent and unaffected, no matter the UV gain or zoom (within the operation distance, usually 15-20m ). It is also worth pointing that the camera is “blind” to the UV radiation coming from the sun, allowing only the relevant UV radiation to pass though the sensor.
No problem is too big!
Thanks to the higher resolution of its IR camera, the IR35 allow broader and more complete inspections, covering a greater area than any traditional IR payloads. For example: the insulators on a transmission line of ±800kV are approximately 11m long. Using the traditional inspection, an operator might need to take several pictures to cover the whole line. Nevertheless, if the operator employs the ZQ Photoelectric solution, He could perform “one-shot” inspections, covering the entire transmission line with a single picture.
Current infrared inspection systems employ resolutions below 640×512. However, The QZ IR camera resolution is 1280×1024, making it 400% better than any existing system. The user can perform inspections at greater distances and cover larger areas than with any other solution currently in the market. It also has an 8MP zoom EO camera, therefore providing the user with all the necessary tools to perform an efficient and quick inspection.