Heron dipper-See EXAMINER Vertical Downhole Inspection Camera

The dipper-See EXAMINER vertical downhole inspection camera is a cost-effective way to perform well inspections, maintenance, and installation quickly and accurately.

Features

  • Ideal for viewing in wells, drains, vertical shafts, open bodies of water, etc. over 25mm (1”) in diameter
  • Adjustable positioning arm offers ergonomic solution for viewing the HD screen at different angles
  • Included accessories are easily transported in the provided wheeled carry case and accessory case
Your Price $5,029.00
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Heron dipper-See EXAMINER Vertical Downhole Inspection Camera2000-500F dipper-See EXAMINER vertical downhole inspection camera with imperial increments, 500'
$5,029.00
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Heron dipper-See EXAMINER Vertical Downhole Inspection Camera 2000-150M dipper-See EXAMINER vertical downhole inspection camera with metric increments, 150m
$5,029.00
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Heron dipper-See EXAMINER Vertical Downhole Inspection Camera 2000-1000F dipper-See EXAMINER vertical downhole inspection camera with imperial increments, 1000'
$5,829.00
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Heron dipper-See EXAMINER Vertical Downhole Inspection Camera 2000-300M dipper-See EXAMINER vertical downhole inspection camera with metric increments, 300m
$5,829.00
Drop ships from manufacturer
Heron dipper-See EXAMINER Vertical Downhole Inspection Camera
2000-500F
dipper-See EXAMINER vertical downhole inspection camera with imperial increments, 500'
Drop ships from manufacturer
$5,029.00
Heron dipper-See EXAMINER Vertical Downhole Inspection Camera
2000-150M
dipper-See EXAMINER vertical downhole inspection camera with metric increments, 150m
Drop ships from manufacturer
$5,029.00
Heron dipper-See EXAMINER Vertical Downhole Inspection Camera
2000-1000F
dipper-See EXAMINER vertical downhole inspection camera with imperial increments, 1000'
Drop ships from manufacturer
$5,829.00
Heron dipper-See EXAMINER Vertical Downhole Inspection Camera
2000-300M
dipper-See EXAMINER vertical downhole inspection camera with metric increments, 300m
Drop ships from manufacturer
$5,829.00

The dipper-See EXAMINER vertical downhole inspection camera is a cost-effective way for people performing well inspections, maintenance, and installation to do their jobs quickly and accurately. The dipper-See EXAMINER comes with everything a well inspector, well driller, or hydrogeologist needs to do more work in less time!

The Heron dipper-See EXAMINER is a robust and cost effective vertical downhole inspection camera. Designed with portability in mind, this self-contained unit is ideal for viewing in wells, drains, vertical shafts, open bodies of water, boreholes and narrow tubes over 25mm (1”) in diameter.*

The dipper-See EXAMINER and the included accessories are easily transported in the provided super tough wheeled carry case and accessory case, ideal for protecting your investment from the elements.

The adjustable positioning arm, conveniently attached to the frame, offers an ergonomic solution for adjusting the monitor for viewing the High Definition (HD) display screen at different angles and lighting conditions. The monitor conveniently houses all of the controls on the front of the panel.  Record the video/audio on the SD card provided with the DVR, for easy transfer of video to another device.

 

Reel Assembly:  
Height 36cm (14.2")
Depth 21cm (8.3")
Width 29cm (11.4")
Weight (Reel Assembly Only) 2.30kg (5.1lbs)
Plate Material Aluminum
Brake Ergonomic Dial
Hanger Included on frame leg
Tape Guide Included on frame leg
Available Tape Lengths 150m, 500ft
   
Cable:  
Tape Polyethylene
Jacketing Polyethylene
Conductors x 4 7 strand (4 S/S & 3 copper)
Markings every meter or foot  
Width .952cm (3/8")
Break Strength 127kg (280lbs)
   
Monitor/DVR:  
Resolution 500TVL, 7.0" (diagonal)
Video Recording HD Video
Display Full Colour LCD
Operating Temperature Range -20°C to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F)
DVR External, Included (see manufacturer info for specs.)
SD Card 32GB
   
Camera Probe:  
Weight 315g +/- 5%
Length 120mm (4.75")
Diameter 25mm (1")
Operating Temperature Range -10°C to 50°C (14°F to 122°F)
Removable Yes
Depth Rating IP68 to 300m (1000ft)
Wetted Material Sapphire, Viton, Stainless Steel 316, Delrin, Acrylic, Polyethylene
Lens Clear Sapphire
   
Battery:  
Rechargeable x 2 11.1v, Lithium Ion
Charger Plug type A, AC Input
   
Included:  
Rugged Carry Case Wheeled, Lightweight NK-7 Polypropylene
   
Weight:  
Unit 9.1kg (20lbs)
Unit/Accessories/Cases 21.8kg (48lbs)
   
Warranty:  
Unit - 1 year  
Case - NANUK Lifetime Warranty
  • dipper-See EXAMINER - with either 500 ft. or 150m tape
  • DVR – records video and audio feed
  • SD Card – removable for transferring video to computer or USB
  • Charger - plug type A, AC Input, compact, portable
  • Batteries (x2) - removable rechargeable lithium ion, up to 5 hours (3200mAh) per battery
  • Microphone – 3.5mm jack, for video voice over
  • Centralizer – centers and stabilizes camera probe, removable
  • Retrieval Hook – for light weight items
  • Monitor Visor – for glare free viewing
  • Cleaning Cloth – for cleaning the lens and monitor
  • Alconox (x2) – sample packs for cleaning the See-120 camera probe
  • Super Tough, Wheeled Case – to protect your investment from the elements and transport 
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