Lifa Air Industrial Video Inspection Camera

Industrial Video Inspection Camera, equipped with a Sony CCD Camera and a 40m cable reel, is designed for inspection of internal pipelines, drains and sewage systems. It's also suitable for inspection of air ducts, chimneys, machinery and building cavities.

All parts of this camera system (including camera head, LCD screen, cable reel, battery pack, etc) are mounted in a robust waterproof case and cables/wires are already plugged, which enables the camera to be a real OPEN & GO product.


  • 1/3 inch Sony CCD camera, 120° wide view angle
  • Stainless steel short camera head, IP 68 water proof level
  • Sapphire glass lens cover, 12 white LEDs
  • Diameter of camera: 23 mm, suitable for pipes dia. 25-200mm
  • 40m / 128ft fiberglass rod cable rolled into reel made of stainless steel
  • Cable reel rotatable within the case
  • One touch record/still images button
  • 7" TFT/LCD monitor with DVR
  • Rechargeable high capacity Li-battery (6600mA) for 8 hours continuous work
  • Waterproof ABS suitcase with all parts above included in set price
  • Optional features: 512Hz Sonde for finding camera head from underground location (if lost)


Camera Head

Center protector Foam protector
Sensor: 1/3" Sony CCD
Cam head dimentions: 23mm (dia.) x 45mm (length)
Camera Material: 304# Stainless Steel
View Angle 120° wide angle
Lens Cover: Sapphire Glass
Led lights: 12 High Bright White LEDs
Water proof: IP68

Cable Reel

Material: Fiberglass rod cable
Wheel: Stainless steel wheel
Cable Length: 40m / 128ft
Connector: Gold touch-point connector
Rotation: Rotatable in the suitcase
Wheel Diameter: 33cm
Cable Diameter: 5.2mm

LCD Display and DVR

LCD Resolution: 800*480 pixels
Video Compress: MPEG-4
Recording: Video and audio recording
Picture: Picture shot function
LCD Screen Size: 7 inch
Menu Language: 9 languages
Panel Control: Any functions through buttons
External Memory: SD Card (Max. 32GB)

Installing the manual push camera head onto the shaft of Lifa brushing machines

Note: It must be used inside the centering device.

  1. Position the camera head (with the larger plastic Support Guide) approximately in the middle of the centering device when it's in its maximum open position, as shown in the photo below.
  2. Attach the camera head and its cable to the shaft of the brushing machine in such a way that the view from the camera on the display appears centered (approximately in the middle of the centering device when inflated or put into its as-used position). Use cable ties or duct tape to secure the camera head and the yellow glass fiber rod (or the electric cable from the DuctControl Manual Drop Cam) to the shaft.
  3. Make a similar connection on the shaft about 10 cm behind the centering device's metal holder piece when it's at its longest length (lying flat). Make a third connection approximately 1 meter from the second. This arrangement prevents the cable or rod from tangling around the brush and makes it easier to handle in conjunction with the shaft of the brushing machine, even if there are turns of any kind in the ductwork. Trim any excess length from the cable ties to ensure they don't interfere or get caught on obstructions inside the duct.

Your camera is now ready for use. Note that the visuals inside the duct are significantly clearer when the brush is rotating compared to when it's stationary. When the brush is rotating, you can see through it, and it also helps stabilize both the centering device and the camera in the middle of the duct.