Solar Panels

Non invasive inspection of solar panels and other solar associated equipment to detect signs of poor performance, and possibly total failure

Identification of poor/non performance of solar panels.

Solar panels, either on the roof, or on solar farms, should in theory sit there for 25 years with minimal maintenance.
In reality they can be damaged by falling objects, suffer from water ingress, or experience component failure. This can lead to partial, or total panel failure which is impossible to detect with the human eye.
The use of a thermal imaging camera can pinpoint any problems that will result in poor/non performance of the system whilst the system is in operation. Remedial action after the survey could result in a much improved output which would otherwise go undetected.

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