DC5150 Deep Well Camera
Comes standard with a DC5150 dual cam, dual view camera with continuous 360 degree rotation. This is the camera system that defines the industry, with unmatched visual clarity.
The DC5150 provides a comprehensive, detailed survey of water wells, boreholes, underground storage tanks and mineshafts. In addition to the standard downhole view, it offers a side-view perspective with continuous 360 degree rotation, with no external moving parts.
14 lbs. (6.5 kg)
24.25 inches (61.6 cm)
Diameter: 2.35 inches (6 cm) O.D.
Overall Length: 24.25 inches (61.6 cm)
Housing: Stainless steel
Lens: Scratch-proof sapphire glass viewing port
Power Requirements: 100-200 volts DC at 50 watts (at maximum brightness)
Total Camera Weight: under 14 lbs. (6.5 kg)
Pressure Rating: Pressure tested and waterproof to 2,500 psi
Connector: Water-blocked; LUS cablehead with UHF coaxial connector
Scanning System: 540TVL
Operating Temperature: 32° to 150° F (0° to 65° C)
Note: Specifications subject to change; please confirm when ordering.
Uses + Applications
New Construction Inspection
Display the Quality of Work and Offer Customer
Recover Lost Tools
Locate and Retrieve Lost Tools
Ground Water Monitoring
Determine Quality, Mineral Conditions, Geological Strata, etc.
What Customers Say
Frequently Asked Questions
The downhole facing SC-166 is suitable for boreholes up to 10 inches in diameter. The R-CAM dual view camera can view boreholes up to 16 inches in diameter. The DC5150 is suitable for borehole diameters up to 30 inches in diameter. Please note, visibility downhole will be impacted by the clarity of the fluid and the available light.
Every camera system will eventually require a repair to the cable head, the point at which the cable and camera physically connect. Over time, the internal connections within the cable head can be strained to the point where they disconnect and cause interference or a complete loss of the video signal. To expedite the repair process, we have cable head repair kits available for both portable systems and large vehicle-based systems.
Conducting surveys with the included centralizers and available lens shield accessory is the best way to ensure that the camera head remains protected downhole. When not in use, store the camera head in an area where it will be safe from unintentional drops or damage. If your camera system is damaged, we offer full repair services at our headquarters in Fresno, California.