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Waterproof Video Inspection System with 8 mm Dia Far-Focus Probe

Waterproof Video Inspection System with 8 mm Dia Far-Focus Probe

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  • $ 14539


Makes it possible to inspect water and sewer lines carrying running water, other waterproof inspection systems lack watertight grips and monitors . Allows a diver or snorkeler to view inspection video under water in real time, ideal for marine search and rescue operations . For plumbers and boat owners, eliminates concerns about accidentally dropping or dunking grip or monitor in water . Grip, probe and monitor are guaranteed leak-proof to depth of 3.3 ft. all 3 components will also resist leaks at depths up to 6.6 ft. for short periods (1 hour, maximum) . Includes 8 mm (0.31 in.) Dia, 3.3 ft. (1 m) long, VGA (640 x 480 pixel) camera-tipped far-focus probe with 4 adjustable-brightness LED lights and depth of field of 2.4 in. x 10 ft. longer, close-focus, articulating and special-purpose optional probes are available . Probe is flexible-obedient, meaning it retains its configured shape . 3.5 in. (diagonal) color LCD makes videos and images large and crystal-clear . Video shown on monitor can be inverted 180° . Includes 3 probe tip accessories (45° mirror, pickup hook and magnetic pickup) . Video out jack for connection to NTSC television . Powered by 4 AA batteries (not included) . Includes probe tip accessories, composite NTSC video cable, custom hard plastic carrying case, user’s manual, 1-year warranty . High Quality Protection Plan:

The DCS600A is 1 of the few video inspection systems on the market with an IP67 waterproof grip and monitor as well as an IP67 waterproof camera-tipped probe. The Waterproof Scope's water tightness makes it ideal for plumbing-related tasks like inspecting water or sewer lines carrying running water. The system also can be used to inspect parts of boats, ships or bridges just below the surface. Because the entire unit is impervious to water you can use it freely around water without worrying about accidentally dunking the grip and monitor.

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