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Remote inspection cameras - characteristics and application

Inspection cameras must be highly resistant due their application. Durability is guaranteed by an external shell made of stainless steel and a sapphire lens, thanks to which inspection cameras work well even in the most demanding conditions. An additional advantage is water resistance reaching two bars.

 

When choosing a pan and tilt camera, it is recommended one with a compact shape which will be able to reach difficult to access places. The camera should also have strong built-in lighting for thorough visual inspection and an intuitive and reliable control unit.

Remote cameras in industry

Remote inspection cameras are used in many different industries. They are irreplaceable in reaching difficult to access places and parts of machines and equipment. The industries that use inspection cameras include:

  • the fuel industry;

  • power generation;

  • the food, chemical and pharmaceutical industry;

  • nuclear power.

Industrial inspection cameras allow to access areas under water, as well as those filled with dangerous substances. This is possible thanks to solutions which do not require ventilation. Viosioprobe cameras enable the visual inspection of parts located in an extremely demanding environment.

Remote inspection cameras for law enforcement units

Remote cameras are also adapted for use by the police, the army and customs services to maintain public order. They allow to inspect suspicious items safely and accurately. These cameras have a 360-degree viewing angle and are adapted to work in the most demanding work environments.

Inspection cameras for pipelines and sewage systems

Cameras for inspecting pipelines and sewage systems are equipped with a number of useful solutions. These waterproof and durable tools are used for the tightness testing of pipes and openings located underground.

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