- One-touch recording for fast, efficient documentation of inspections directly to one of two USB drives and the internal hard drive
- 1 terabyte (TB) internal hard drive provides ample storage for multiple plumbing inspection jobs
- PhotoTalk pairs audio commentary with an image, in an email-ready file allowing explanations and the ability to point out issues found by the sewer or pipe inspections
- 6.5 inch Daylight Readable LCD Color Display with 640 x 480 resolution – easily monitor and record inspections from your inspection camera in bright even in outdoor environments
- Software Integrations – SeeSnake HQ software allows delivery of line inspections and reports from snake cameras such as SeeSnake in a wide array of formats from online to DVD
The SeeSnake CS65 Digital Recording Monitor includes the CS65 monitor with 1 TB (Terabyte) internal hard drive, 8 GB (Gigabyte) USB drive (with HQ software preloaded), instructional/product video, AC adapter, and operator’s manual
The CS65 is a complete reporting solution. One-touch image and video capture directly to one or two USB drives and the built-in 1 TB hard drive. Easily add on-screen titles and annotate captured media with the built-in keyboard and automatically generate high-quality multimedia reports.
The CS65 has a large carry handle for easy transport or can mount to the SeeSnake Max rM200 for transport and convenient storage. The CS65 Monitor has a 6.5 inch (640 x 480 resolution) color LCD display. It is powered by 18v Lithium-Ion Battery & charger kit (RIDGID #44853, sold separately) when AC is not readily available.
Capture standard video in MPEG4 (30 FPS), Autolog video which saves space by compressing and reducing frame rate, JPG photos, Integrated audio with the built-in speaker and microphone, and PhotoTalk that combines a single image with audio commentary.
Since 1923, RIDGID has remained the symbol of certainty to dedicated professionals of the expert trades. Every tool that bears the RIDGID brand is engineered to the same high standards of quality, strength, and endurance, as was that first heavy-duty pipe wrench more than 80 years ago.