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Solar Facilities

Thermography is an effective and non-invasive technique for maintaining and ensuring the efficiency of solar facilities. Regular thermal inspections aid in early detection of issues, optimizing performance, minimizing downtime, and maximizing the return on investment in solar energy systems.


  • Identification of malfunctioning or defective cells or panels that may not be visually apparent such as cell defects, loose connections, or diode failures. Early detection allows for timely repairs or replacements, minimizing energy production losses.
  • Detect physical damage, cracks, and delamination of panels that may not be visually apparent.
  • Improper electrical connections, loose wires, or faulty junction boxes can lead to significant power losses and safety hazards. Thermography can help identify areas with abnormal temperature variations along the wiring and electrical components, indicating potential issues.
  • Gain insights into the overall performance of solar panels by analyzing the temperature patterns across the array.
  • Identify potential problems before they escalate, thereby minimizing unexpected downtime and improving the long-term reliability of the solar farm.
  • Thermography can also help identify safety hazards such as overheating components, damaged insulation, or electrical hotspots. By detecting these issues early on, you can prevent accidents, electrical failures, or even fires.
  • Quickly locate wiring and connection issues that may impact performance and safety.