S3.2 Electrical Substation Inspection Robot
The new model of a robot for inspection of electrical equipment is equipped with a dual PTZ camera consisting of a thermal measuring camera and a high-resolution optical range camera. The S3.2 robot is able to automatically move along a pre-programmed route, stop near electrical and other equipment subject to thermography, and aim a PTZ camera on it. Next, the manual remote control mode of the PTZ camera is turned on. The remote operator has the ability to conduct a remote inspection of equipment by examining two video images, visible and infrared spectrum. Upon completion of the inspection carried out under the control of the operator, the robot will continue its automatic movement to the next piece of equipment.
Automated thermal imaging & infrared inspection for remote monitoring
The 2020 model provides for the installation of three types of PTZ cameras from different manufacturers. This helps to avoid the export restrictions of several countries. Also, the list of additional equipment installed on the robot has been expanded. By the request, and installation of a highly sensitive microphone, an ultraviolet camera, weather sensors, the multi-gas detector is available. To operate on the territory of electrical substations, the robot is equipped with a metal fence detector as standard. The robot has a body made of Fiberglass and has a coating that protects against strong electromagnetic fields, this allows you to use it in close proximity to high-voltage equipment and electrical lines.
Electrical equipment Inspection robot S3.2
Like all models of robots manufactured by SMP Robotics. The new model, S3.2, is able to automatically avoid obstacles, stop when there is a significant deviation from the inspection route, and return to charging when the batteries are discharged. The inspection robot is charged automatically using the charging station included in the delivery package. The design of the security robot ensures its reliable movement on an uneven surface covered with rubble or stones. The inspection robot is designed to work in an open area and has an extended range of operating temperatures. To protect robot against direct sunlight in hot climates, a shelter combined with an automatic charging station is offered for delivery
S3.2C dual spectrum inspection robot
Thermography inspection & video observation: To monitor the work of the robot and conduct security patrols, it is equipped with six circular video surveillance cameras. The cameras have high resolution and allow you to inspect the territory along the path of the inspection route. The image from these cameras is analyzed by a separate on-board computer of a panoramic video surveillance system for detecting people. If they are detected, a two-way voice, communication can be established by using the intercom integrated in the robot.
Video transmission from the robot, information about its location, and operation of systems are carried out via 4G or Wi-Fi wireless channels. The status and location of robots on inspection routes are displayed in the web-based service for group monitoring of the operation of robots.