RIDGID SeeSnake Mini Pro Inspection Camera with TruSense Technology From: RIDGID, a subsidiary of Emerson
The compact camera is designed to inspect up to 200 feet. from 1.5 to 8 inches. Tube with its medium-flexible push cable that can handle even difficult 90-degree bends.
RIDGID, part of Emerson's professional tools portfolio, has introduced the SeeSnake Mini Pro inspection camera with TruSense technology for pipe inspections and assessments. It is the newest roll in the RIDGID portfolio of inspection and drain cleaning tools.
The compact, rugged Mini Pro is designed to inspect up to 200 feet. from 1.5 to 8 inches. Tube with its medium-flexible push cable that can handle even difficult 90-degree bends. Its innovative 25mm self-leveling digital camera always maintains the image in the tube and is shorter than the traditional 25mm camera head.
“Mini Pro’s industry-first digital capabilities take pipe inspection to a whole new level,” said Kelsey David, product manager, RIDGID at Emerson. “The smooth in-pipe images that remain upright at all times, combined with improved in-pipe localization and positioning capabilities, increase user confidence and improve pipe inspection efficiency.”
TruSense creates a bi-directional data connection between the camera head and a TruSense-enabled monitor. With TruSense, advanced sensors on the camera head transmit information about the environment in the pipe, including the High Dynamic Range (HDR) image sensor, which delivers bright, clear images in the pipe even in difficult lighting conditions. The TiltSense inclinometer measures the angle of the camera and displays the degree of tilt on the monitor – giving professionals a useful indicator of the camera's tilt in the pipe. Digital zooming and panning provide the ability to focus on a single point of interest to understand and see what is happening inside the pipe.