The suitable cable drum for mobile inspection

Integrated meter counter

When cable is unwound, the meter counter immediately takes precise measurements. The meter count can be reset to zero via can3D® at any time.

High-quality cable

The Kevlar® reinforced cable ensures an extremely high tensile strength. Thus it is very durable and hard-wearing.

Automatic un- and rewinding

The cable is guided over a lever with a built-in sensor. The lever‘s height adjusts according to the cable tension and the sensor identifies whether cable is to be given or rewound, thus offering several benefits for a survey: The crawler drives forward more smoothly and easily as the cable is always being unwound at a constant rate. When the crawler stops, the unwinding process comes to an immediate halt as well.

Flexible cable guide

An innovative ring guide ensures that the cable can now be fed downwards in any direction, thus giving the user much more flexibility in selecting the operating position for the cable drum.

Cable drum control panel

Aside from the emergency switch and button for manually rewinding the cable, the control panel features a two-axis-joystick, which drives the crawler forwards or backwards and steers it.

Mobile and built-in

Due to its low weight the KD-200XS is easily portable and therefore the ideal equipment for mobile inspections. Of course it is also compatible with the lowering device and can thus be used in an inspection vehicle.

  • Operation auto., 100 W EC
  • Cable 200 m
  • Winding controlled by sensor
  • Counter disk with rotary encoder
  • Protection IP 54
  • Emergency off yes
  • Connection cable 3m incl., 10m optional

Spring lever weight

The weight is attached to the cable drum in order to prevent the cable from unwinding. It is needed at deep manholes only.

Reel and cable drum holder

Cable drums and reels are hooked into the easy-to-mount holders and are thus properly stored for transport.


The pulley guides the cable around any edge and angle from the manhole into the pipe and helps protect the cable sheath from abrasion. Spring latches in each guide facilitate subsequent cable insertion, thus allowing for the crawler to remain connected to the cable drum and be lowered into the manhole before mounting the pulley.