- Weight: 45lbs
- Frame Height: 24 inches
- Frame Base: 20" x 13"
- Frame Top: 12" x 13"
- Control Box: 6" in height
- 60m (200') Cable Length
- 6.8mm Heavy Duty Cable
- 38mm (1.5") Stainless Steel Camera Head (if selected) OR
- 23mm (1") Stainless Steel Camera Head with Adapter (if selected)
- IP 68 Waterproof
- 10” Color Monitor
- Up to 32 GB SD Card Video Recording and Images (JPEG File)
- 1080p Full HD Recording (MP4 File) ** Onscreen Distance Counter with Keyboard
- Built-in Microphone
- Rechargeable Battery with Wall and Car Charger
- Toolkit with Accessories
The EXPLORER LD has a more rigid cable suitable for pushing longer distances with less cable “snaking” in the pipe. A detachable control box is standard. This camera is suited for longer underground sewer inspections. It is best for use on 4″ or larger pipes.
When used properly, the Explorer LD inspection camera can withstand the rough environments found in pipes. Any equipment used in these conditions is subject to damage occurring. You can minimize repairs by treating the camera system as a precision piece of equipment.
The most common required repairs are damaged camera heads (used without a protective skid), damaged flex springs, and damaged pushrod cables (kinked or broken).
Always use the protective skid. Using the camera without the protective skid will eventually cause camera head failure. Damage occurs more rapidly in pipes with a rough interior surface, such as old cast iron pipes.
The push cable made of fiberglass, is a smaller diameter (6.8mm) than some competing camera systems. The system design allows more flexibility for turns and bends.
If the camera head has stopped moving, do not force the push rod. If you continue to feed the cable into the pipe, the cable will fold upon itself, and damage will occur. Sometimes the cable will kink or completely shear, and hidden damage may not be discovered until another use.
Camera Head Spring:
Always protect the flexible camera head spring if you have to force the spring past a sharp edge, through tree roots, or on a line restriction. Upon retrieval, the spring might catch and be kinked or stretched. In most cases this will require replacement of the camera head.
Inspector Cameras LLC provides a limited warranty against manufacturers’ defects as specified below to the first purchaser, should any of its products prove to be defective in materials or workmanship during normal use, within one (1) year from the date of purchase; Inspector Cameras LLC, will, at its exclusive option, repair, replace or exchange the product or any of its parts with new, remanufactured, or functional similar components.
What is Not Covered:
Failures due to misuse, abuse, or normal wear and tear are not covered by this warranty. Inspector Cameras LLC shall not be responsible for any incidental or consequential damage resulting from the loss of any use of the camera system.
Our camera systems are used on job sites in the most demanding applications and environments. Under these conditions, the camera system will experience normal wear and tear and likely require maintenance repair service. While normal wear & tear is not considered a “defect” and is not covered by the Limited Warranty, it is our goal to get your camera system back in service as soon as possible. Inspector Cameras LLC offers service, parts, and repair by factory-trained technicians at our facility in New Hampshire to meet your service needs.
This warranty does not apply to any camera system or component that has been subjected to accident, negligence, alteration, abuse, or misuse. Repair by anyone other than Inspector Cameras LLC or the use of or repair with any parts or components not supplied or furnished by Inspector Cameras LLC will void the limited warranty.
This warranty does not apply to flex springs, cable rods, LED light rings, o-rings, batteries, skids, or other parts, that are considered consumable. The replacement of these items is part of normal product maintenance.
Defects in Materials or Workmanship:
It is our experience that a product that fails prematurely due to a manufacturing defect in materials or workmanship will generally do so very early in the product’s life cycle, often the first or second time the product is used. When returned for inspection, these products are generally found to still be in ‘like new’ condition and show very little signs of use. It is uncommon for a product that was manufactured with a defect to function under normal use for more than a short period of time. Products that are returned for warranty inspection after previous successful usage are rarely found to have defects in materials or workmanship. The most common demand for service is the result of normal maintenance or wear and tear issues, which are not considered to be a defect in materials or workmanship.
All transportation charges to and from our location for warranty or service work will be the responsibility of the purchaser. Any damage and loss incurred in connection with the transportation of the camera system or individual components shall be borne by the purchaser.
No other warranties, guarantees, or liabilities, either implied or expressed, will be the responsibility of Inspector Cameras LLC.
Inspector Cameras LLC will, at its option, repair or replace without charge to the original purchaser, any part or parts manufactured by it and found, upon examination, to be DEFECTIVE IN MATERIAL AND/OR WORKMANSHIP if received for such examination within the stated warranty period, which begins on the date of original purchase.
The camera system is returnable only under the following conditions: The camera must be returned unused in brand new condition with all packaging and manuals included. A used camera is not returnable. A decision to return the camera must be approved by Inspector Cameras LLC and we will issue a return authorization number. A camera can only be returned in the first 15 days after initial delivery. A 10% restocking fee will apply to all returned equipment.