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May 17, 2010
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The Seeker™ video inspection systems offer the technician and contractor a cost-effective way to visually inspect inaccessible or hazardous areas, and thus diagnose difficult system problems without the necessity of complete system disassembly. They are designed for applications in the HVACR industry, such as detecting leaks, inspecting corrosion and deposit buildup, and reading hidden part and serial numbers. Advanced units allow the user to record and transfer still images and video. The Seeker 200 features a 2.4-inch color LCD monitor for real-time viewing, with a slim, 0.47-inch, flexible camera-tipped probe that retains its configured shape for inspecting hard-to-reach areas such as heat exchanger tubing. The camera features a 60-degree field of view and a depth of field ranging from 1.0 to 11.8 inches. Optional probe extensions can be added to extend the probe length up to 16.4 feet. The Seeker 300 has all the features of the Seeker 200 system in addition to a larger, 3.5-inch color LCD monitor. The Seeker 400 includes two models: the DCS400 and the DCS495. Both models feature the same specifications; the difference is in the type of probe that is included.

General Tools & Instruments, 80 White St., New York, NY 10013-3567; 212-431-6100, ext. 267; 212-431-6499 (fax); www.generaltools.com/camerascopes

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