The BP1 control unit is equipped with a 10-inch touchscreen display and is optimally suited to control the MicroLite Push System. Pan and tilt cameras can be controlled by the BP1.
The BP2 control unit is equipped with a 10-inch touchscreen display and one joystick for control of camera and tractor functions. The BP2 is optimally suited to control the compact pushrod system, MiniLite 2, but can also be used with the MicroLite system.
The BP100 control unit is equipped with a 10-inch touchscreen display and two joysticks for control of camera and tractor functions. The BP100 is optimally suited for controlling the compact system, MainLite, but can also be used with the MicroLite and MiniLite 2.
The BS 3.5 control unit is the standard in ergonomic controller design. The remote-control board acts as your diagnostic and control interface. All system functions are easily accessed by this small desktop unit. System information is displayed on a color LCD touchscreen while camera and tractor movements, focus, iris, cruise control and lateral launch commands are controlled from the dual, multi-axis joysticks making mainline inspections a breeze.
The BS 7.0 is the standard fiber optic mainline control unit, supporting High Definition cables and optic camera systems. Matching the same shape as its sibling the BS 3.5, these controllers feature a small main unit that is easily mountable under the desk or in any electronic control rack.
Our most powerful fiber optic control unit is the BS 5.0. The BS 5.0 controller utilizes a unique remote control panel that can be positioned on your workspace and can control any piece of equipment easily and quickly. The BS 5.0 controller is the only control system capable of performing mainline inspection lengths of up to 2000′ (600m). If you need the greatest inspection distance and the brightest lighting, the BS 5.0 is your number one choice!
The BS 10 was developed for vehicle mounted installations of the compact KW 206 and KW 306 cable drums. These drums contain the power supply requirements of the down-hole equipment, and therefore the controller itself can be slimmer, lighter, and hidden from view. This controller includes an interface cable between the drum and the required computer.