Sewer cameras can monitor the inside of pipes in real time, including blockages, leaks, breakages and other problems, helping to identify and solve potential problems in time. The daily maintenance of sewer cameras is very important, so this blog will focus on how to maintain sewer cameras.
Tips for maintaining sewer camerasRegular Inspection:
Regular inspection can find out whether the parts of the camera are damaged, aged or worn, so that replacement or maintenance measures can be taken to avoid equipment failure at critical moments.
Keep the Camera Clean:
Clean the camera lens promptly after use to extend its service life. Please connect the camera and coil together for cleaning, and then gently wipe the lens with a soft rag. Never use harsh solvents or cleaners to clean the camera as it can damage the lens.
Do not charge the sewer camera continuously for more than 8 hours, as prolonged overcharging may damage the battery. When the camera is fully charged, unplug the charger in time, and never use it while charging.
Handling & Storage:
Please handle the device carefully during operation and do not drop or push it hard. When the sewer camera is not in use, store it in a dry, cool place away from direct sunlight and high temperatures.
Follow the User Manual:
Reading carefully and complying with the instructions and precautions in the user manual can ensure the good operation of the equipment and reduce the damage or performance degradation caused by improper operation.
Sewer cameras are very useful for pipe inspections, and regular maintenance can ensure sewer cameras work well and avoid affecting monitoring and inspection due to equipment failure or damage. Proper maintenance can extend the service life of sewer cameras and reduce the cost of replacement and repair.