A digital camera designated as an inspection camera, sometimes known as a snake camera, is made to be thin and flexible enough to move into tight or otherwise inaccessible locations. The major use of these tools is as a camera for investigation.
This could occur in a variety of situations, including plumbing applications, medical diagnosis, mechanical maintenance, and more. They enable the user to watch a live video feed of granular, up-close images transmitted from places that would otherwise be difficult to see with the unaided eye.
Typically, inspection cameras are made out of a long, flexible probe or arm that is coupled to a portable base unit. The end of the probe has a small camera module attached to it. For monitoring the real-time video relay, some inspection camera sets include a tiny screen. Others are made to run wirelessly, transmitting the photos they take to a screen at a distance (such one on a computer or phone) using Wi-Fi.
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According to their founder, they maintain a tight personal relationship with the Wohler product users, who are primarily competent contractors. Since they are the manufacturer, they can provide them with unmatched expertise, as well as substantial consulting and training services, to develop a full system solution.
Wohler VIS 500 Inspection Camera
Use a Wohler inspection camera as the experts do gain a clear view: The Wohler VIS 500 inspection camera combines cutting-edge technology with the tried-and-true case system, enabling you to operate with an even greater purpose. You are completely prepared for all operations thanks to the interchangeable camera heads.
To see everything, even in dark pipes, you simply use a keypad to pan and tilt the camera head. The panel then displays clear, true-colour visuals so you can see every last feature clearly. This implies that you no longer waste time making erroneous assumptions or judgments. Instead, you use the information from the video inspection to design your operation.
Wohler VIS 700 Inspection Camera
The Wohler VIS 700 inspection camera has all the features professionals have been waiting for, including wireless locating, focus function for accurate inspection, and incredibly crisp, high-definition images. The Wohler VIS 700 is the appropriate inspection camera for plumbing, NDT (non-destructive testing), and applications involving wastewater pipelines, flue gas, and ventilation systems.
This camera offers live image transmission via its HD touchscreen and has a secure grip that can be adjusted to suit different user preferences. A touchscreen or joystick can be used to alter the motor-driven focus. You have the option to store photos and films on a USB stick or the camera’s sizable internal memory.
Wohler Vis 350 Inspection Camera
Sewer cameras are typically used in difficult-to-enter places that are inaccessible. Record any pipe or sewer damage or places that require repair. These specialised cameras, of course, have a wide range of uses and are distinguished by their great degree of adaptability: The camera can be used to enter and thoroughly inspect challenging-to-access areas. It is simple to identify even minute residues, hard-to-find obstructions, and lime and dirt deposits in sewers, water pipes, and narrow pipes. Here, the Wöhler VIS 300/350 makes the perfect sidekick.
Wohler 7354 VIS350 Visual Inspection Camera System
In small spaces, a mini-camera endoscope offers the best visibility. The tool can be used for crisis management, inspecting machinery and equipment in the most remote locations, and inspecting the smallest of pipes, shafts, and technological cavities.
With a chamber diameter of 40mm, the video endoscope can be used even in the most inaccessible locations. The probe can move 180 degrees horizontally and 360 degrees vertically. The endoscope is simple to use and highly sensitive to light and dust.
Wohler Vis 350 Visual Inspection Camera
Sewer cameras like the Wöhler VIS 300/350 serve in the analysis of industrial facilities, ventilation and exhaust systems, and wastewater pipelines. Due to its portability, the Wohler instrument not only impresses with its practical use but also with its potential for locating and documenting damaged regions. This is a sewage camera that is mobile and handy.
Wohler 400 HD-Video-Endoscope
With holes as tiny as 6 mm, the Wöhler VE 400 HD video endoscope is perfectly suited for HD inspection of inaccessible cavities (e.g. tile cross). As the camera head is waterproof, other applications include pre-wall installations, fireplaces, combustion chambers, connecting components, sinks, and drain pipes (protection class IP 72). The endoscope’s 5.5 mm diameter makes it a good choice for inspecting fire dampers and inspection apertures.
Wohler L 200 Locator
Wirelessly locating the Wohler VIS Video Inspection Camera heads VIS 200/250/300/350/400/700 within a pipeline is possible thanks to the Wohler L 200 Locator. Pipe and sewer inspection is quick and effective since damaged or filthy parts of the pipe are exhibited and precisely found on a graphic display.