New Portable Pipe Inspection Camera TRITON M7 Available at Fiberscope.net

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Industrial grade, portable pipe inspection camera with four camera head size options and two push cable length options (100 ft. and 200 ft.) is ideal to inspect pipelines from 1.5" to 8" in diameter. Optional sonde locator and Wifi module are available.

Pipe Inspection Camera TRITON M7

TRITON M7

The new portable and highly customizable pipe camera TRITON M7 presented by Fiberscope.net consists of three principal parts - a camera head, a push rod on a reel, and a DVR control box. The camera head comes in four sizes (1.23", 1.36", 1.4", and 1.68") and two configurations, either straight view or self-levelling. The smallest size camera head is available in both configurations, while the 1.36’’ one features straight view only, and the two larger sizes are self-levelling only. The waterproof (IP67) camera heads are equipped with a ¼ color CCD chip, a built-in 512Hz sonde and high intensity adjustable LEDs. Poly blend extremely durable push rods are housed on a powder coated steel tube frame. The push rod diameter ranges from ⅜’’ to ½’’ depending on the general camera configuration.

The DVR of the unit is housed within a box made of machined aluminium. It is equipped with a 7.4’’ color monitor with a protective acrylic cover. The control box boasts a wide array of functions, such as an on-screen text generator and a footage counter. There is no limit to the volume of photo or video files that can be recorded by the unit, since they are stored via USB interface directly on a removable memory stick or a computer hard drive.

The TRITON M7 pipe inspection camera can be ordered with an optional 512Hz sonde locator working in conjunction with a built-in beacon of the same frequency. Another option is an innovative Wifi module, which allows real time easy sharing of data between the inspection tool and a smartphone or a tablet via a specially designed application. Depending on the configuration, this professional yet affordable unit can be used on sewer lines, drains, ducts, or pools.

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Terry Peristerakis
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