Video Pipe Inspection System has color 10.4 in. LCD screen.
August 5, 2014 -
Supplied in heavy-duty Pelican case, 10 lb Gen-Eye SDŽ mounts via docking arm on full size reel to trouble-shoot 3–10 in. lines or on mini-reel for 2–4 in. lines. Integral SD recorder has 1 GB capacity for video (~2 hr) or still images, and built-in waterproof keyboard permits 9 pages of on-screen titling. Other features of this rugged inspection and location system include built-in voice-over microphone with switch, camera test port, A/V out connections, and AC and DC power cords.
New Enhancements Add Versatility to General's Gen-Eye SD® Video Inspection System
General Pipe Cleaners
1101 Thompson Ave.
McKees Rocks, PA, 15136
Press release date: August 1, 2014
General Pipe Cleaners has beefed up their popular Gen-Eye SDŽ video pipe inspection & location system.
Latest enhancements include a:
• Larger, 10.4” LCD screen,
• Built-in waterproof keyboard
• Integral SD recorder
• All in a new, heavy-duty Pelican case.
Weighing just 10 lb., the versatile, rugged Gen-Eye SDŽ offers all the features of full-size video inspection systems in a compact, lightweight package. Use the docking arm to mount it on a full size reel to trouble-shoot 3” to 10” lines – or on a mini-reel for 2” to 4” lines.
The SD Card Reader stores video or still images, a 1 GB card recording approximately 2 hours of video. The generous 10.4” LCD color monitor provides crisp, clear pictures. And the full-size, waterproof keyboard permits 9 pages of on-screen titling.
The Gen-Eye SDŽ also sports a built-in voice-over microphone with switch, LED dimmer control, camera test port, video and audio out connections for external recording devices, and AC and DC power cords.
For details, contact the Drain BrainsŽ at General Pipe Cleaners at 800-245-6200 or 412-771-6300, or visit www.drainbrain.com/geneye.
General Pipe Cleaners is a leading manufacturer of high quality drain cleaning equipment since 1930. General serves drain-cleaning professionals and plumbing contractors, as well as facilities managers, the rental industry and the hardware/home center market. The Toughest Tools Down The Line.