Cost-effective Well Camera STRAHL Available at Fiberscope.net
May 04, 2018
Sturdy and compact inspection camera for water and oil wells, shafts, mines and other underground and underwater applications. Cable ranging between 200 and 500 meters on a motorized reel, dual CCD waterproof camera, Wifi connectivity, and intuitive control unit.
The new cost-effective Well Camera STRAHL presents a viable alternative to many costlier and bulkier units currently on the market. Designed practically for all underground applications, the unit can also be used underwater, for its 63mm (2.48’’) camera head is good for up to 50 bar of water pressure.
The camera head does not have any external movable parts significantly reducing the risk of damage during inspections. It head houses two cameras, one of which provides side view via 360 degree endless rotation, while the other camera features fixed straight view down the hole.
Illumination is provided by built-in super bright LEDs. Depending on the application, probe lengths up to a striking 500 meters (1640’) are available.
The control unit of the inspection system has intuitive operation features and is equipped with a large 10’’ color PAL/NTSC display, and a number of built-in features that make inspection an easy task, among them a Wifi module, a microphone, a temperature sensor, a digital footage counter, and a compass. Inspections may be documented via captured photo or video files stored either on a hard drive of the unit (128GB SSD), or on an external USB device.
The Wifi connectivity is particularly helpful for remote access to the unit (up to 100 meters of distance) and for data sharing. A special Android application was developed for this purpose. The inspection system may be powered via a DC or an AC power supply, ensuring greater flexibility and uninterrupted work during field inspections.
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