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The U10 is a light-weight, high-sensitivity gas detector based on Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy (TDLAS), which enables rapid identification of methane from up to 100 m away, or at a concentration as low as 5ppm.m. Powered by DJI SkyPort, the U10 can be seamlessly integrated with DJI Matrice 200 Series V1, V2 and Matrice 300 RTK platforms.
From up to 100 m away, the operator can get real time readings of Methane concentration. The operator can adjust the pitch of the gimbal to pinpoint gas leaks in dangerous or hard-to-reach areas while keeping personnel safe.
The U10 can detect concentration as low as 5ppm.m. Receive concentration data in just 25 ms, so you can make decisions quickly. Gain an aerial overview of the suspected leakage site through the 720p visual camera.
Through the iOS application, α-ONE, the user can plan flight missions and view flight paths, monitor gas concentration levels and historical trends in real-time, and flag specific points along the flight route for abnormalities, and generate inspection reports.
Critical Facility Inspection: Use DJI’s leading drone platforms equipped with the U10 to inspect and maintain facilities like Liquid Natural Gas plants, gas storage tanks, and gas pipelines in areas such that are difficult for human operators to access, such as mountains or rivers. With the U10, users can detect and monitor methane leakages accurately to make informed response decisions quickly.
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ABOUT AILF (SHANDONG) INSTRUMENTS
AILF (Shandong) Instruments combines advanced laser gas detection technologies with industrial applications and developed a full line of gas leakage detection products, including methane (CH4), ethane (C2H6), propane (C3H8), ammonia (NH3), hydrogen fluoride (HF) and additional noxious gases.