With New Digital Viewer/Recorder, QuickView® Operators Can Observe Pipe Condition Wirelessly; Store up to 16 GB of Video and Stills

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Designed for easy viewing of QuickView pipe inspections, upLink attaches in seconds to the QuickView pole. It displays color video, captures 16 GB of video and still images, and undocks for wireless operation.

With upLink, QuickView users can view and record video, even when the system is deeply extended or used overhead. It mounts to the QuickView pole, and detaches easily for wireless operation.

Clamping in seconds to the pole of a QuickView® zoom survey camera, the new upLink™ from Envirosight displays and records real-time video as you inspect pipe and manholes. The monitor’s wide viewing angle and tilt-mount make it easy to see footage, even when the QuickView® is deeply extended or used overhead. Alternately, the monitor undocks for wireless viewing at distances up to 32’.

The upLink™ captures up to 16 GB (approximately 12 hours) of AVI video and JPEG still images to a micro SD card. Recorded footage can be viewed directly on the system’s 3.6” color LCD, or transferred to a computer or smart phone by ejecting the card or tethering via USB.

In wireless mode, upLink™ transmits video to any monitor on the same frequency, which means several people can view the same real-time video from different locations. When tuned to different frequencies, multiple upLink™ can be used in the same area without interference. (Frequency is field-selectable by the operator.)

The upLink™ accepts NTSC or PAL video input via a BNC connector, and outputs analog video via a phono jack. It runs off 4 AA batteries, or connects to mains power using an optional AC adapter.

About QuickView: Trusted by more than 2000 users worldwide, the patented QuickView® zoom survey camera evaluates pipelines, manholes and tanks from street level. Contractors use it to survey pipe condition before bidding services, and to document completed work. Municipalities use it to identify and prioritize maintenance issues, avoid confined-space entry, and inspect hard-to-reach infrastructure. Departments of transportation use it to assess culvert and storm pipe condition with minimal exposure to traffic. QuickView’s new patent-pending Haloptic targeting technology delivers more light precisely where it’s needed, and requires no midstream realignment. The QuickView® and Haloptic™names and logos are trademarks of Envirosight, LLC. QuickView carries patents 6,538,732 and 7,009,698; Haloptic™ technology is patent-pending.

About Envirosight: Randolph, New Jersey-based Envirosight, LLC provides video pipeline inspection solutions to municipalities, contractors, departments of transportation, and civil/environmental engineers. Envirosight is committed to ongoing innovation, delivering products that enhance user productivity and inspection detail. Envirosight serves customers through a trained network of regional sales partners who deliver localized support and expertise with rapid turnaround. All Envirosight technical employees hold NASSCO PACP certification. Visit Envirosight online at http://www.envirosight.com

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