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Lighting for electrical scan - 52delta - 05-11-2014 04:03 PM

Hello,
Has anyone had to bring a light source to an Electrical scan so the plan picture will be crear and focused? If so what type of light and is the preferred positioning ? Thanks for any help.


RE: Lighting for electrical scan - Bobberry - 05-12-2014 04:51 AM

I assume that you are referring to taking a photograph with the visible camera. No I have never had to do this, most visible cameras will work in low light conditions anyway. In my entire electrical thermography career I can only think of one instance where I was unable to take a photograph due to it being too dark.