What Does Self-Leveling Camera Mean?
Self-leveling can be defined as the ability of any instrument to level itself irrespective of the angle to which the instrument is tilted. Self-leveling is widely used in trenchless inspection cameras such as axial and push rod cameras that are mounted on robots.
Closed circuit television cameras (CCTV) connected to monitors are also used for sewer and water pipeline inspection purposes. These cameras help detect and pinpoint problem areas prior to rehabilitation work. Using trenchless rehabilitation techniques eliminates the need to dig up roads, sidewalks and lawns in order to get rehabilitate the pipes.