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Digital-Inspection Camera - RIDGID - Facility Management Product Release
The microEXPLORER is a hand-held video-inspection system that allows users to take digital-quality images and record video onto a secure digital (SD) card inserted into the integrated SD slot. A mini-USB port is available to transfer the recorded information onto a computer. The high-resolution, anodized-aluminum camera head features a water- and scratch-resistant sapphire lens and sits at the tip of a flexible, 3-foot cable reinforced with a waterproof vinyl jacket. Photos are displayed on a 3.5-inch, color liquid crystal display screen. The camera head also is equipped with four fully adjustable light emitting diodes to provide a range of light for any job.
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