Camera that scans / documents the condition of the cylinder liner interface, exhaust valve, piston rings and piston crown.
The photos are used when evaluating cylinder condition parameters such as cleanliness of ring land, size of cylinder wear edge, cylinder honing mark and wave-cut groove extension, black lacquering from corrosive wear and bore polish.
The Chris-Marine Liner Condition Camera (LCC) is used for photography of the cylinder liner walls and piston ring pack in 2-stroke engines. The images captured by the camera are used when evaluating cylinder condition parameters such as:
|Weight|| 550 g (camera unit) |
9 kg (complete equipment in storage box)
|Dimensions (L x W x H)|| 176 x 78 x 33 mm (camera unit) |
510 x 310 x 130 mm (storage box)
|Camera resolution||1280 x 1024 pixels per camera (4 cameras included in the camera unit)|
|Power supply|| Battery operated |
Charging equipment included
|Batteries|| Camera unit: 6 Ni MH batteries with a total capacity of 3.6 Wh |
Operator's unit: 1 Li Ion battery with a capacity of 29.6 Wh
|Mains supply (chargers)|| Camera unit: 100-240 V, 50/60 Hz, 0.35 A |
Operator's unit: 100-240 V, 50/60 Hz, 0.5 A
|Ambient air temperature (camera unit)||0-85°C|
|Cylinder diameter range||480 to 980 mm|