Model 50 Cam Mini Winch
The winch features:
- Cable level wind
- Mechanical counter
- Mechanical footage read-out at winch
- Video depth encoder, displaying camera position at all times on TV monitor
- Hydraulic 3-Way Valve Speed Control
- Hydraulic Power System
- Clutch Mechanism
- Heavy Duty Construction for the Most Rugged of Environments
Model 50 Winch Specifications
Cable Capacity: 4,000 to 5,000 feet (1,219.2 to 1,524 m) of steel armored cable
Drive Motor (Hydraulic Models): Variable, reversible drum speed (0-20 rpm) with nearly constant torque.
Power Source: Hydraulic Pump (sold separately)
Clutch: Manual level type (dog clutch) to allow drive mechanism to be disengaged, providing free spooling of cable
Brake: Hydraulic Backflow
Footage Counter Mechanism: Includes electronic encoder and mechanical counter on winch
Level Wind: Automatic diamond screw mechanism with adjustable calibration
Slip Ring Assembly: Low noise slip rings permitting signal and DC power transmission over single-conductor coaxial cable
Winch Speed & Direction Control: 3-way directional valve (hydraulic motor)
Dimensions: height 33 inches (84 cm), width 29 inches (74 cm), length 46.5 inches (118 cm)
Weight (without cable): 585 lbs (265.4 kg)
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.