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Extech HDV650 Series Plumbing VideoScope Kit

Extech HDV650 Series Plumbing VideoScope Kit

Description

The HDV650 Series Plumbing VideoScope Kit is designed for a complete solution to inspect drains and pipes.

Features

  • Video and images can be transferred to a PC via the SD card or USB output
  • Video recording (up to 4 hours) with voice annotation
  • Rugged oil/chemical resistant and water/drop proof housing (IP67)
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The Extech Plumbing VideoScope Kit includes all of the necessary tools to inspect drain and pipe runs. The kit includes a large, waterproof, rugged, high-definition color display with choice of 10 or 30 meter fiberglass cable. The 25 millimeter camera head fits in tight spaces. The built-in bright lights help illuminate the problem areas deep within a pipe run. 

 

The included SD memory card inlcudes storage for 15,000 images. Video recordings with voice annotations can last up to 4 hours. The images and video can be directly transmitted for viewing on a monitor via AV output, and transferred to a PC via the SD card or USB output. A wireless kit is available to transmit images and video up to 100 feet from the measurement point to the monitor.

Notable Specifications:
  • Camera minimum focus distance: 2.36" (60mm)
  • Camera field of view: 65°
  • Camera shaft diameter: 0.98" (25mm)
  • Camera working length: 32.8ft (10m) or 98.4ft (30m)
  • Borescope LCD color TFT display: 5.7" (14.5cm) size; 5.3” (13.5cm) viewable
  • Borescope pixels:  640 x 480 VGA pixel resolution
  • Borescope frame rate: 30 fps frame rate (NTSC & PAL)
  • Borescope operating: up to 4 hours AVI video
  • Warranty: 1 year
What's Included:
  • (1) Videoscope
  • (1) 25mm camera probe
  • (1) SD memory card
  • (1) 3.7V rechargeable Li-Polymer battery
  • (1) Patch cable
  • (1) Universal AC adapter (110-240V, four plugs)
  • (1) USB cable
  • (1) AV cable
  • (1) Hard-sided carrying case
  • (1) Fiberglass cable spool assembly
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech HDV650 Series Plumbing VideoScope Kit HDV650-10G Plumbing videoscope kit, 10 meter cable
$2999.00
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Extech HDV650 Series Plumbing VideoScope Kit HDV650W-10G Wireless plumbing videoscope kit, 10 meter cable
$3299.00
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Extech HDV650 Series Plumbing VideoScope Kit HDV650-30G Plumbing videoscope kit, 30 meter cable
$3599.00
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Extech HDV650 Series Plumbing VideoScope Kit HDV650W-30G Wireless plumbing videoscope kit, 30 meter cable
$3899.00
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