I have used the CoroCAM 3 outdoors in late afternoon on a very cloudy wintry day, so it can be adjusted to image in-doors with non-UV lights. Unshielded florescent lights have lots of UV and are not acceptable for corona inspection areas, during the day over-head and wall windows can flood an area with UV light making them unacceptable for using a low-light camera. The problems caused by these UV sources include reflections and even daylight corona cameras will see a snow-storm. Fortunately there are inexpensive ways to "prepare" a corona inspection area, contact me for more information firstname.lastname@example.org.
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