When arranging a solar site inspection with Raptor Maps, you’ll select one of three inspection types:
The Raptor Overview inspection is ideal for rapid drone flights and insight into string-level outages. It identifies anomalies at the module level.
Use the Raptor Standard inspection for annual preventative maintenance. In addition to string-level outages, it identifies anomalous diodes, cells, and hot spots.
The Raptor Comprehensive inspection meets IEC TS 62446-3 thermography standards. It identifies additional anomalies based on differences in temperature as well as includes all of the information provided by a Raptor Standard inspection.
Once your inspection report is available, you’ll access the results of your solar site inspection through the Raptor Maps application.
Understand the financial impact of site anomalies
Use detailed findings, site map, and images for O&M planning
Gain insight into different anomaly types
Locate anomalies using the site as-built and numbering scheme
Review anomaly images to assist in maintenance planning
Filter anomalies displayed by type
Access the site map and find anomalies while in the field
Eases finding defect location for maintenance personnel
Provide others with access to app features
Filter report and generate a PDF file
Share read-only report access using a link
Use JSON to export solar inspection data to other systems
Export anomaly locations to a .shp or .kml file for use with mapping software
Integrate using the ingestor API to speed transfer of solar inspection data for analysis by Raptor Maps
Updated 8 months ago