DT640Mag Utility MagCrawler


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The DT640Mag Utility MagCrawler uses rare earth magnets wheels to travel horizontally, vertically or upside down on any ferrous metal surfaces. With an on-board HD camera, operators can easily inspect areas out of reach or underwater from the handheld controller. Ideal for hull or wall inspections, the DT640Mag Utility MagCrawler is the most versatile inspection vehicle on the market.

Internal batteries in the system provide unmatched portability, with the addition of unique add-ons such as an elevating camera, pressure washer, dozer, thickness gauge or vacuum – the inspection possibilities are endless.

See the full specifications below.



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Utility Crawler General Specifications:
Width: 328 mm (12.9”)
Height: 232mm (9.1”)
Length: 426mm (16.7”)
Weight: 19kg (42 lb)
Depth Rating: 50m (164 ft)
Chassis Material: Anodized Aluminum
Max payload (sensors/tools): ~20 lb (may be higher depending on application and conditions)

Max Tractive Effort: 22.6 kg (50 lb) (terrain/application dependent)
Wheel diameter: 165 mm (6.45”)
Wheel Magnets: N52 Rare earth magnets
Variable Speed: 12 m / min
Turn Radius: 0 m

Tether Diameter: 5 mm (0.19”)
Max Tether Length: 400 m (1312 ft)
Max Working Strength: 450 kg (1000 lb)
Tether Weight: Neutrally buoyant in water
Tether Construction: Polyurethane Outer Jacket with Embedded Light Weight Synthetic Fibers

Pitch (Degrees)
Roll (Degrees)
Compass Heading (360 degrees)
Depth (m or ft)

Main Camera:
Fixed Forward
Color 1/3 Sony CCD
700 HD
0.001 lux (ultra-low light)
90° Range of View

Main LED Lights:
High Efficiency LED Flood
1200 lumens

Elevating Arm Aux Camera (Optional):
Manual Positioning
Color ¼” CCD
530 TVL
1.0 lux (low light)
360 manual field of view
Zoom:10X Optical, 12X Digital
Auto Shutter, Auto/Manual Focus
Lighting: 900 Lumens Dimmable, Shadowless LED Flood

1 year – Pars and Labor

*DT640 Utility Crawlers must have safety line when working overhead


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