SubSurface IC-23 Inspection Camera System with 23mm Self-Leveling Camera and 512 Hz Sonde

    By SubSurface | Mfr#: IC-23 | Tiger#: TS92065


    • 23mm self-leveling camera
    • Built-in 512 Hz sonde for easy locating
    • 9 monitor (image reversible)
    • 12 LED camera lights
    • Records .jpg images and .mp4 videos
    • 2” (5mm), 65.6’ (20m) fiberglass rod
    • Rechargeable li-ion battery
    • Battery life ≥ 7 hours
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    Overview for SubSurface IC-23 Inspection Camera System with 23mm Self-Leveling Camera and 512 Hz Sonde

    The IC-23 Pipe Inspection Camera System from SubSurface Instruments provides a convenient and efficient way to inspect pipes, ducts, tanks, chimneys, sewers, and drains. It has a 23mm self-leveling camera with a built-in 512 Hz sonde, making it possible to locate the camera with a pipe and cable locator (not included).

    Camera: The camera has 12 LED lights with adjustable brightness and a 105° view angle that gives you a wider view during inspections. It is housed in an IP68 certified stainless-steel enclosure with a flexible coil that lets it smoothly move through bends and 90º elbows.

    Control hub: The IC-23 has a 9” HD monitor built into a durable carrying case. The control box is simple to use, with controls for adjusting the LED lights brightness, recording videos and photos, and customizing other settings according to your preference. It supports 8GB to 256GB SD cards for data storage and export. It also has a USB port where you can plug in the included standard US keyboard to record important notes during operation.

    Cable: The included cable wheel is lightweight and easy to carry and transport. The fiberglass rod to which the camera is attached measures 20 meters long, with other cable rod lengths (30m, 40m, and 50m) also available for separate purchase.

    With the IC-23 sewer inspection system, plumbers, drain cleaners, HVAC technicians, and electricians can precisely spot damages before excavating with the added benefit of easily locating the problem area with the help of the sonde.