New Portable Inspection Camera is Lightweight for One-Man Operation

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New Portable Inspection Camera is Lightweight for One-Man Operation

CUES has developed a new lightweight, portable video inspection pole camera that can be operated by one person. The new QZIII is designed to provide safe viewing in industrial or environmental areas with no man entry. Perform swift inspections and surveys of pipelines, wet wells, manholes, sewer treatment plants, steam generators, tanks, vessels and other areas that are difficult to reach. QZIII can also be used to locate lateral services or to identify blockages at manholes, access ports or other entry points without entering the line or structure.

QZIII is mounted on a lightweight carbon fiber adjustable telescopic pole that can extend up to 24 feet (an optional 34 foot pole is available). The camera features a 360:1 zoom with built-in image stabilization, automatic focus and self-contained waterproof lighting for enhanced detailed viewing of cracks, breaks, pipe separations, scale and various defect conditions. The new QZIII also includes two high-intensity discharge lights to provide maximum lighting capabilities under adverse conditions.

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