We can accept: American Express - please order by phone: 1-877-613-2210 By check only from US and Canada - please note that ORDERS only ship once the check has cleared (approximately 2-10 business days) By Wire Transfer to our bank account - please phone to our sales and support: 1-877-613-2210
These cost effective portable inspection devices are designed to deliver quality video inspection in a wide range of applications including: sewers, building ducts/piping, wells, and power plants.
The push camera head contains 12 adjustable LED lights, a flexible spring coiled joint to navigate corners, and a Sapphire lens to resist scratching.
The high resolution CCD chip is designed to capture bright, crisp, color video of the inspection area, and it is integrated into a straight view camera.
Available with Built-in 512Hz frequency sonde, located immediately behind the camera head, with the ability to remotely locate it.
The monitor and additional controls are built into a compact, waterproof and lightweight plastic case making it easy to transport, and carry the videoscope with you. The 7” TFT LCD display presents a live crisp color image at your fingertips.
An adjustable sun hood is included to act as a sun shield for outdoor inspections.
Video is recorded directly onto a SD memory card. The video is recorded in professional uncompressed AVI format.
The PVC coated fiberglass cable is waterproof and available in either 20 meter (65.6'), 35 meter (114.9 foot) and 40 meter (131.2') lengths.
The reel has a convenient rubber handle, which does not slip even when you operate it in gloves or with wet hands.
Also included an AC power cable, and a few accessories necessary for Push Cam - 4 "Viper" set.
• Length: 20 meter(65.6'), 35 meter (114.9 foot) and 40 meter(131.2') • Camera Head Diameter: 23mm (1.0") • Hi-resolution Color CCD camera with Sapphire glass lens • No articulation • Fiberglass cable • 60° Field of View (FOV) • 0° Direction of view (DOV) • Waterproof design of push probe • Illumination: 12 white LEDs • Special point touch connector to camera
• 7” Color LCD monitor with Video output, file playback • Monitor Picture Resolution: 320 (TV Lines) • SD memory card slot • Recording format - AVI / JPEG • Power adaptor: 110~240VAC, 12VDC/1800mA • Rechargeable battery for portable use up to 3.5 hours • Li-ion battery box (4400mAh) • System Operating Temperature: -20°to 120°F • Operating temperature - 20°F~ 120°F (- 28C°~ 50°C)
My work is inspecting town house, multi complexes and apartments for our property management company. I purchase this camera to inspect a verity of things. Such as sewer lines, storm lines, dryer vents, attics, wall cavities. Sometimes on my knees other times I am on a ladder doing inspection.
I found the camera to be what I expected it to do. It is a great product. The pros that I found about the camera are
The picture was clear. Lcd tv great. The control of the lighting was good. The cable flexibility was good going around pipe bends. First time trying recording, I had a little issue with it, called your office and they help me figured it out, great help. The microphone sound was good The SD card and USB good
The cons :
On the microphone, the cord could be a lot longer at least 6 to 8 feet, or a wireless blue tooth mic. Just working with the camera cable and talking into the mic made it a uncomfortable body position. In doing inspection and doing a voice recording at the same time, it didn’t give you much room or elbow space to work with the camera cable without bumping into case.
The case is great. If it opened just a bit more such as perhaps a 30’ degree angle, I would be able to see the screen better in a standing position. When it sits on the ground and I’m standing doing a dryer vent inspection (to see if the vent pipe is clogged or the pipe has separated in the wall) I would have to bend down or have the case leaning back on something to view the screen. I have made a platform to adapt to a step ladder so that I can see the screen as I am feeding in the camera cable.
I do like the product very much and will be ordering another one very soon.
Do you like the "Viper" Portable Push Camera you bought from Fiberscope.net?
I love the “Viper” Portable Push Camera. The one I own is slightly different from the Push Cam4 as mine has an orange case and the camera head looks slightly different but the overall specs look the same.
What kind of application you use it for?
This camera is almost exclusively used for inspecting the interior lining of chimneys. It offers high resolution color video of places a traditional camera or flashlight can allow me to see. Each 6 min of video uses approximately 100mb of space on a flash drive. I can watch the video on my computer and catch still frames to use in my reports.
Viper Push Camera Pros:
~ High resolution video ~ Color display ~ Easy to operate ~ Cost effective Camera ~ Can use battery only – no need for electric nearby ~ Very cost effective – best camera for the money
Viper Push Camera Cons:
~ USB only – no SD card slot ~ No autofocus ~ No light control – cannot change light intensity ~ Rigid fiber line can be cumbersome depending on application – soft line would be better for chimney inspections
Review by Dr. Richard K. Brummer, (Posted on 12/13/12)
Q: What kind of application you use Viper Portable Push Camera for?
A: We use it for evaluating mining excavations, and usually push it down boreholes in rock.
Q: How does this product help you finish your tasks or job?
A: The camera is very useful to help us look into underground openings (stopes) that we can only access through boreholes. We are most impressed with the 40m length, and like the way the glassfibre rods fit into the holder. Nice and easy to carry to a remote site, and even to underground locations.
Just an enquiry - we are in South Africa. What would the cost of the camera be in South African Rands? Shipping costs? Thanks
All prices at our website are in US dollars. Please use relevant exchange rate tables to convert prices into your local currency. For shipping costs, you would need to speak to any of our sales representatives.
I m looking for a camera to check swimming pool piping. Most of the time 1 and1/2 or 2". What kind of model would you recommend me ? it has to turn through elbow 90°
Our Viper Push Camera would be an adequate solution. It's head is slightly less than 1 inch (after you remove the protector off the camera head). It is able to take one 90 degree turn, but not multiple turns.