QuickView zoom inspection cameras are said to double the range of conventional types while targeting illumination with improved precision.
Powered by patent-pending Haloptic technology, camera performance is said to be especially applicable for rapid, complete pipeline infrastructure assessment.
Haloptic comprises an engineered arrangement of lamp, reflector, and camera. A perfectly aligned halo of illumination surrounds the camera view, it’s said. This concentrated beam floods pipe walls with up to 20-times more light than conventional technology. It illuminates distant targets for maximum clarity and detail plus eliminates the need for any realignment during inspection.
To make inspection documentation easier, QuickView’s pole-mounted viewer/recorder presents real-time footage on a 3.6-in. color LCD. It stores up to 16-GB of video and still images on a micro SD card. The monitor’s wide-viewing angle and tilt-mount are said to make for effortless observations, even when QuickView is deeply extended or used overhead.
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