Hydro Products Introduces New Right Angle Adaptor For Underwater TV Camera
Hydro Products announces the introduction of a new Right Angle adaptor for their Model TC-125-SN standard Radiation Tolerant Underwater Television Camera.
The Right Angle adaptor provides distortion- free 90-degree off-axis viewing. It attaches to the camera front by an outside threaded collar. One unique feature is that the camera's watertight seal is not disturbed during installation or removal of the adaptor, thus preventing any possibility of water leakage.
The new Right Angle adaptor is fabricated entirely of electro-polished stainless steel for corrosion resistance and ease of decontamination.
The adaptor includes a unique firstsurface all-stainless-steel mirror which eliminates the need for expensive non-browning glass.
Hydro Products' Model TC-125-SN is the world's first self-contained underwater nuclear tolerant camera. All components are packaged inside a 2j4-inch-diameter by 20-inch-long underwater housing. The camera has been designed specifically for underwater operation in a radiation environment, including nuclear reactor and spent fuel storage inspection work.
It has been fully tested and certified for radiation tolerance by an independent agency.
For additional information, contact Bob Catalano, Hydro Products, P.O. Box 2528, San Diego, Calif. 92112.
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