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TD100 Corona Camera

Posted By: ulirvisiontech

Date: Fri, 24 Dec 2021

Price: $100.00

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https://www.ulirvisiontech.com/products/uv-see-corona-camera-td100.html


As a professional and reliable infrared camera manufacturer, Ulirvision supplies the following category products, varying from infrared thermal imaging camera to infrared lens. Ulirvision develops innovative technology to make our products more efficient. Ulirvision is striving to create a more human-friendly and sustainable environment for our users through our creative solutions.


Overview of TD100 Mini UV Camera
After our innovation updates, new items are launched—TD100 mini UV camera. ULIRVISION TD100 is an innovative NDT - Non-Destructive Testing equipment, which detects, pinpoints and documents flash-arc corona and arcing partial discharge camera. Equipped with high sensitivity, it is a powerful tool to detect UV emission in full daylight with high signals from faraway and nearby sources.


TD100 UV digital camera is a preferable predictive maintenance device for overhead transmission lines and high voltage substations. It has a wide range of use in different areas, such as Transmission line inspection, electrical utilities, HV research institutes, HV electrical component inspection, etc. Therefore, whatever the usage you need, TD100 UV imaging camera can always satisfy you and help you solve the special problem!



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