RIDGID introduces SeeSnake microReel APX with TruSense technology
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The system features bright LED with high colour accuracy and auto-flip imagery delivering crisp, detailed images and ensuring upright viewing angles in a variety of pipe conditions.
RIDGID has introduced the SeeSnake microReel APX to optimize inspections, a system engineered with a lightweight, compact profile for easy portability, the microReel APX features bright LED lights with high colour accuracy and auto-flip imagery delivering crisp, detailed images and ensuring upright viewing angles in a variety of pipe conditions.
Paired with TruSense technology, this tool delivers improved in-pipe images.
The microReel APX is the most recent camera reel from RIDGID to offer TruSense technology to help plumbers better pinpoint problem areas in-pipe. It also comes with a built-in kickstand for in-field versatility with multiple configurations for optimal operation.
TruSense establishes a two-way datalink between the camera head and a connected RIDGID SeeSnake
With TruSense, advanced sensors on the camera head convey information about the in-pipe environment, while the HDR image sensor expands the camera’s dynamic range, allowing a greater ratio of bright and dark areas to be displayed at the same time without reducing visibility. This delivers superior clarity and detail with fewer blown-out areas and sections of the pipe that are too dark to see.
The TiltSense feature measures the camera’s angle and, when connected to a SeeSnake series monitor, the camera can convey the camera’s degree of tilt on the monitor – giving professionals a useful indicator of the pitch of the camera in-pipe.