Bi-Spectrum Thermal Cameras for Power Plants
Thermal camera are great devices for the surveillance of power plants because they display and reveal over or under heated components in a system. This makes identifying suspect or problem areas much easier and can save an immense amount of time in diagnosis.
Best Uses for Thermal Cameras:
Production process control analyzing circuit boards to check for proper functioning and which components may cause issue. This can save a lot of time and work trying to diagnose the specific issue because you can clearly see what is causing the hold-up.
Charging Pile: Keep an eye on charging stations for temperature fluctuations. Additionally these devices a particularly dangerous as they connect to high-powered batteries that present explosion risks if not charged properly and become overheated.
Data Center: Check storage devices for proper temperature and operation. If your hard drives become overheated you risk losing valuable data and damage to your equipment.
Pipe Rack: You are also able to manage pipe temperature for safety and maintenance. When pipes become overheated they present risks of degradation and injury to other.
What features should you look for?
The surveillance camera offers 256 x 192 thermal resolution for high-quality footage. The device is also capable to record in standard resolution, providing users with a choice on viewing modes. Additionally, the thermal detector operates over a DC12 power supply for a stable connection and has a max consumption of 10w. An IP66 weather resistance rating allows for safe outdoor installation and use in mildly wet environments. The security camera also has an operating temperature range from -20*C – 60*C for use in harsh weather conditions.