Inspection cameras: Wohler USA

August 12, 2013
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Wohler-071213-body.jpgWohler USA has added three new visual inspection camera systems to its product line: the VIS 250, VIS 350, and VIS 400. They’ve also introduced a new camera system accessory: the L 200 Locator. Wohler’s VIS 250 Visual Inspection Camera offers a clear view when space is tight. Its integrated locator transmitter pinpoints damage and aims to save time. This camera is ideal for analyzing wastewater pipes of 1 ½-in diameter and larger. It can also be used to inspect dryer vent systems, ventilation lines, hollow spaces, and flue gas lines. Wohler’s VIS 350 Visual Inspection Camera takes the design a step further with new features. The home function helps maintain a sense of orientation when troubleshooting and the position of the camera head is indicated on the display. The VIS 350 covers a wide range of applications. Use its pan-and-tilt camera head to inspect wastewater lines, house connections, flue gas systems, ventilation lines, false ceilings, and more. The VIS 350 also comes equipped with two rechargeable batteries. The VIS 400 Visual Inspection Camera can be used for roof inspections. It weighs in at just 3 lbs, and has a pan-and-tilt camera head that provides an all-encompassing view. It also comes with a carry strap and pouch with anti-glare protection. It can be used to inspect flue gas systems, chimneys, building drains, house connections, ventilation systems, and more. Wohler’s L 200 Locator works with Wohler’s visual inspection camera systems to help target trouble spots from above, even through asphalt and concrete. The L 200 locates radio signals transmitted by the camera head and rapidly pinpoints damage. Its color display and telescopic pole make it easy to use. And its built-in chalk holder will help mark the position where damage is found.

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