CUES Digital Universal Camera System

The CUES Digital Universal Camera (DUC) is a sem-autonomous, high resolution digital CCTV side scanning camera designed for rapid and detailed condition assessment of your wastewater system. When used in conjunction with CUES asset-based Granite XP decision support software, you can inspect and assess 5000 feet or more per day, increasing your revenue, while reducing your expenses. The system can be packaged for off-road applications to minimize the costs of traffic control.

The CUES Digital Universal Camera system produces a continuous hemispherical scan of the internal pipe conditions in 6-60" pipe without the need to stop or pan and tilt.

The DUC camera includes an optional sonde to accurately locate the camera in metallic and non-metallic pipes!
 

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  • Video is stitched via the CUES Granite XP Digital Processing Module and is available at the end of the inspection run. Virtual pan, tilt, and zoom plus a flat view of the surveyed pipe enables rapid condition assessment review (5-10x faster than traditional video inspection review)
  • Simply assign the observations via CUES asset-based Granite XP software in the office environment to create a high quality, uniform product
  • DUC can be used for emergency inspection requirements due to its unique ability to function as a traditional CCTV pan and tilt / zoom camera inpsection system during live inspection
  • High output strobe lighting system illuminates 6"-60" lines without externally-mounted lighting
  • 3.1 megapixel high resolution camera produces unparalleled detailed images
  • One-person operation
  • Integration with CUES asset-based Granite XP decision support software and GIS Systems provides a powerful tool for Capital Improvement Planning
  • No moving parts on the camera; simply drive the unit on a CUES wheeled or tracked transporter through multiple pipe sections for maximum efficiency
  • DUC can be retrofitted to any CUES or industry standard multi conductor truck mounted system
  • Significantly more cost efficient than European digital camera systems