The camera is both compact and safely housed in a plastic case for transport and mobility. The system consists of a 100 ft. push rod cable with reel, a color camera head with a diameter of 1 1/2" and a large color monitor. Then there is the typical Wohler control panel that ensures easy control of the camera head: The camera pans 360°, tilts 180° and offers the best-possible lighting to carry out an all-round inspection of the inside of the pipe.
To be able to assess and specifically target repair work, we at Wohler have perfected the technique of precisely locating damage. The actual meter count and the position of the head are displayed in the monitor of the sewer camera. That, for example, is a huge help when dealing with extensive networks of pipelines. The top and bottom of the pipe are displayed on the monitor at all times and at how many degrees the camera is being guided up or down. Even low-cost, simple wire-less location detection is available in the form of the new Wohler L 200 Locator.
After panning and tilting, the home function automatically aligns the camera angle to straight ahead with a simple push of a button.
The camera can record video of what it sees as it travels along the line run. Even several tight 90° bends along the line are no hurdle. When damage is discovered, one quick press of a button is all that is required to shoot and save a photo.