Pipe inspection system uses tablet or smartphone

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The new Gen-Eye Prism video pipe inspection system lets the tradesman use their tablet or smartphone to monitor and record inspection work.

In fact the Wi-Fi transmitter inside the Prism can send video to a designated device up to 500 feet away.

The Prism Command Module weighs only three pounds and can be mounted securely on any Gen-Eye GL or POD reel. An expandable cradle on top of the unit safely supports a standard size tablet and adjusts for optimal viewing. Optional brackets for mini-tablets and smartphones are also available.

The Prism offers all the features of full-size video inspection systems in a compact, fan-cooled package, including:

  • On-screen distance counter to track how much push rod remains in the line
  • Nine-page titler with full keyboard to add company and job information to videos
  • Power Port to keep the tablet or Smartphone charged during inspections
  • Date and time stamps
  • LED Dimmer control

Complete systems feature a self-leveling colour camera that automatically keeps the picture right side up – and two, three, and six-inch trap skids. Prism’s 512 Hz transmitter also permits quick, accurate camera tracking with General’s rugged, easy-to-use Hot Spot pipe locator.

General Pipe Cleaners www.drainbrain.com

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