General Pipe Cleaners' new Gen-Eye SD Series video inspection and location systems offer all the features of a full-size camera system in a compact, portable package.
The Gen-Eye SDN, a beefed up version of the popular Gen-Eye SD, incorporates a number of enhancements to make inspection easier:
- A larger, 10.4-inch LCD screen makes it easier to see the picture while doing inspections.
- The built-in waterproof keyboard permits nine pages of on-screen titling in wet environments.
- An integral SD recorder can record video or still images and stores as much as 32 GB of data on one card.
- The system comes in a heavy-duty Pelican case to protect your investment.
The Gen-Eye SDW includes all the features of the SDN, plus a Wi-Fi transmitter inside sends video to your smartphone or tablet. A free app lets you easily view and record video inspections at a range up to 500 feet.
The Gen-Eye SDP Premium inspection system, includes all the features of the SDW, plus:
- A sunlight-readable screen makes it easier to see the screen when doing inspections in bright sun.
- A built-in four-hour rechargeable battery allows for remote applications far from a power source. The panel indicator lets you know when the battery is running low.
Weighing just 14 pounds, the versatile, rugged Gen-Eye SD Series uses a docking arm to mount it on a full-size reel to troubleshoot 3- to 10-inch lines – or on a mini-reel for 2- to 4-inch lines.
The Gen-Eye SD Series also includes a built-in voice-over microphone with switch, LED dimmer control, camera test port, video and audio out connections for external recording devices, and AC and DC power cords.
For details, contact the Drain Brains at General Pipe Cleaners at 800/245-6200 or visit www.drainbrain.com/geneye.
General Pipe Cleaners, a division of General Wire Spring Co., is a leading manufacturer of high-quality American-made drain cleaning equipment. In business since 1930, the third-generation family-owned company is celebrating 85 years of service to drain cleaning professionals and plumbing contractors, as well as facilities managers, the rental industry and the hardware/home center market. The Toughest Tools Down The Line.