Application examples include minimally invasive inspections of wall and ceiling cavities for moisture, insect infestation, electrical wiring, and water pipe location; inspections of ducts and obscured areas behind motors and compressors; and more.
This camera combines a high-performance, 320-by-240 thermal sensor; intuitive software; and a 300-lumen LED light. It has an adjustable thermal span and level, full-frame thermography imaging at 76,800 pixels, and can calibrate for emissivity through predefined settings.
The camera head pivots 270 degrees with the turn of a dial. Users have complete control over the positioning of the camera head throughout the entire inspection without the need to feed a cable multiple times.
This camera offers the ability to inspect equipment and areas that are not easily accessible. By downloading the iPhone or Google app, the user’s smartphone becomes the camera screen and recorder for identifying problem areas.
The Ref-Scope is a versatile video inspection scope that is a useful tool for many day-to-day tasks. The user can utilize it to get a clear internal look at motors, a/c systems, interior structures of walls, or to decipher identification plates.
Combining portability and versatility, the SeeSnake® Max™ rM200 Camera System can be used to inspect longer and tighter lines up to 200 feet in length and 1½ to 6 inches in diameter. It is the next generation inspection system in the SeeSnake line.
Ridgid cordless tools are welcoming a new tool to the line, the view-only micro CA-25 handheld inspection camera, and professionals within the ToolSelect.com community are ready to review, discuss, and compare to other inspection cameras.
The micro CA-300 hand-held inspection camera offers an easy way to diagnose and document jobsite problems. The unit records still images and videos, and integrates audio with a built-in microphone and speaker, providing the ability to record insights and playback problems in hard-to-reach areas.
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