The new VeriSightTM from Envirosight combines a stainless-steel self-leveling camera with tri-frequency SONDE, a splash-proof digital controller with text-writer and storage for 45 hours of MPEG4 video, and a welded stainless-steel reel with Kevlar-reinforced push rod.
VeriSight's self-leveling push camera captures upright, detailed color inspection footage from lines, including those with S traps, P traps, and tees. Its dimmable, shadowless LED array casts 20 percent more illumination than competing systems. Protected by corrosion-resistant stainless steel and a scratch-proof sapphire window, the camera measures just 1.8" (46mm) diameter and comes standard with a 2.4" (60mm) skid. (A 4-8" (10-20cm) adjustable skid also is available.)
Built into a water- and shock-resistant ABS plastic housing, the VeriSight controller displays video on an 8" TFT LCD, and records 45 hours of MPEG inspection video to a 60 GB internal hard drive. Its USB 2.0 port facilitates rapid upload of footage to any desktop or laptop PC, where it can be e-mailed,
Designed to withstand pressure washing, the rugged VeriSight coiler is made of welded stainless steel. Its wheels have spring shock absorbers to handle rough transport. The push rod itself, 12mm in diameter and 100' or 200' long, is reinforced with Kevlar and epoxy to ensure 4,000-lb breaking strength. Its SONDE transmitter resides behind the camera, operating at a selectable 512 Hz, 640 Hz, or 33 kHZ for locating at distances up to 12'.