Chateau Mobile OGI Procedures

Clock Sync If necessary, change the camera time to sync with the handheld. The clocks only have to be synced to the same minute. They do not have to be synced to the same second.
Deviation If at any time your ability to take a proper OGI image is inhibited, you should document a deviation. You can do that by tapping on the three-dot icon on the top-right corner of the tag screen.
Done When completing an inspection on an OGI Spot, always mark the OGI Spot as Done (never Fail). Since OGI Spots are not “real” components, they can’t really fail (as in create an AVO leak). This is because the AVO leak will be assigned to the newly-created component (such as a Valve or a Connector).
OGI Camera Battery Change If you have to change the battery on your OGI Camera during a survey you should open the main menu, select OGI Battery Camera Change and approve the prompt. Doing this will enable Chateau to properly identify the images and videos you have tagged, even though the battery change may disrupt the time settings on your OGI Camera.
Inspection Image After completing an OGI inspection, you may be required to take an inspection image with your IR Camera. When taking the image with your IR Camera, Chateau Mobile will tag the image using the clocks of the handheld and the camera. After checking back in, you can upload the images from the camera and match them to the inspections.
Inspection Image and Video on the Leaking Component You may also take and tag an inspection image and/or video of the specific leaking component.
Inspection Video on the OGI Spot You may want to take and tag a video of the inspection of the OGI Spot. You can take an inspection image and/or an inspection video. This is the best way to show the nature, location, and extent of an OGI Leak.
No “Leaks” on OGI Spots Leaks do not get assigned OGI Spots. Leaks are always assigned to the specific leaking component (Valve, Connector, Hatch). After finding the leak with the IR camera, document the (new) component and then assign the leak to it.
OGI Spot Component created to ID, track, and manage the spots you should use as reference points for performing an IR Survey. An OGI Spot may represent one component, a group of components, or any other collection of equipment.
Only ONE Inspection Image per Inspection You can only tag one inspection image per inspection. If you think additional images are needed, you should either create another OGI Spot or generate another inspection.
Picture Audit At the end of the day, a Supervisor will be able to compare the Target Image of each OGI Spot to the inspection image you took with the IR camera to confirm you were in the proper position to perform the OGI inspection.
Tagging Inspection Image and Video After tapping Done or Fail on an OGI inspection, a prompt will appear, asking if you want to tag an image. If so, take the image on your IR camera, then tap OK on the prompt. You will then be asked if you want to tag a video. If so, start the video on the IR camera and stop when complete. Then tap OK on the prompt.
Target Image The image of the OGI Spot when it was documented. It is stored as a property of the OGI Spot Component.

This image is available to you in Chateau Mobile when you open the OGI Spot tag screen.
Tour Path An image available for every LUnit with an OGI inspection scheduled. You can get to the tour path by tapping on the three-dot icon in the upper-right hand corner.
Transferring OGI Images to Chateau Chateau will use the timestamp of the image (or video) recorded by the camera and insert it into the database at the time you selected OK. If you are not taking images or videos, select Cancel.

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