Ridgid Has Released A New Diagnostic Inspection Tool– This Time With The More Advanced TruSense Technology
Ridgid’s SeeSnake microReel APX now uses TruSense technology to ensure images are displayed upright. It also uses bright LED lights for a clearer, more detailed picture compared to previous models. This is important since it is often difficult to maneuver a camera line while it is inside a pipe.
SeeSnake microReel APX | The Big Deal
Of course, the main draw to this new diagnostic inspection camera kit is the updated TruSense technology, as stated above. Along with a bright LED light on the camera tip, these features can help eliminate many of the issues users have with other borescopes on the market. It also incorporates Auto-image flip to help ensure that the bottom of the pipe stays at the bottom of the monitor.
Paired with the CSx Via, which lets you view the picture on your own device, the in-pipe camera resolution is 640×480. This is a comparable resolution to their past diagnostic inspection models, like the SeeSnake Standard Camera with TruSense, for example. It also has an added bonus of screen variability since the CSx Via pairs with almost any screened device.
SeeSnake microReel APX Additional Features
- Wifi-enabled monitor
- Stainless steel camera head
- Built-in kickstand
- Multiple configurations
- Lightweight and portable
Pricing and Availability
This product comes with a full lifetime warranty. The SeeSnake microReel APX is listed at $4,364.80 on the Ohio Power Tool website. You can also learn more by viewing the product on Ridgid’s website.
- Model: 70808
- Drum diameter: 12 in.
- Camera diameter: 25 mm
- Type: fixed
- Resolution: 640×480
- Line Capacity: 1-1/2 to 4-in.
- Push cable length: 100 ft.
- Push cable diameter: 6.7 mm
- Sonde: 512 Hz, Integrated
- Dimensions (LxWxH): 13.3 x 8.8 x 16.2 in.
- Weight: 12.7 lbs.