MyTana’s midsize camera features built-in Wi-Fi

MyTana’s midsize camera features built-in Wi-Fi
MyTana’s midsize camera features built-in Wi-Fi

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The MS11-NG midsize video inspection camera from MyTana is designed to inspect 3- to 4-inch lines with up to 150 feet of range. The camera allows the user to record or upload an inspection using the MyTana viewer app, available for iPhone, iPad and Android.

Built-in Wi-Fi allows multiple viewers, as inspection video can be viewed wirelessly at up to 100 feet away. The user can save the job video, upload it to YouTube and email either the video link or still photos for viewing within minutes.

“Certainly, having the ability to wirelessly send the video to an unconnected device is a huge benefit,” says MyTana President Jock Donaldson. “We believe that we’ve taken a product that was already very strong and desirable, and made it even better. The feedback we’ve received has been overwhelmingly positive.”

It has a 1 1/2-inch color self-leveling camera head, with an “Ice Ball” protective covering that is a field-replaceable, translucent polycarbonate light ring cover built right into the camera head. A built-in 512 Hz transmitter allows the user to locate during the inspection, and its daylight-readable 6.4-inch monitor includes an on-screen footage counter. The unit can be powered with either household electric current or an onboard battery boasting a two-hour life. Media connects through RCA jacks on the front of the unit.  

“The self-leveling feature is very popular, especially for people watching the video, as it keeps the image consistently upright,” Donaldson says. “We also stand behind the product, and do all after-sales service and warranty repairs in-house.”

The company launched the MS11-NG four years ago, but just recently added the Wi-Fi capability — a feature Donaldson says is already proving popular. 800/328-8170; www.mytana.com.



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