Aardvark Wireless Inspection Camera

See hard-to-reach places, even in total darkness or underwater, with an Aardvark wireless inspection camera.

The wireless inspection camera has a detachable three-and-a-half-inch LCD monitor and includes a one-and-a-half-meter remote viewing cable, enabling you to place the monitor in a fixed location as you position the camera probe.

The camera head has six adjustable LEDs for illuminating dark or unlit work areas and includes a waterproof, flexible three-meter shaft — that’s three times longer than a standard inspection camera shaft — allowing you to see farther than ever before. The wireless inspection camera also includes a built-in flashlight for dark worksites.

The inspection camera comes with two tip attachments: a hook attachment for securing wires, and a magnet attachment for recovering things like loose screws.

The camera features a four-time digital zoom as well as three-hundred-sixty-degree image rotation for adjusting the viewing angle. Take still images or record high-definition 720p video with an SD card. Use the included USB cable to export images and videos to your computer, which you can then easily send to your clients and coworkers.

The unit has an adjustable handle and ergonomic grip, and you can control the camera with just one hand. The camera, probe, cables, and accessories are easy to store in the durable custom-made hardshell case.

With features you won’t find on other inspection cameras in this price range, the Aardvark wireless inspection camera is an incredible value. The Aardvark wireless inspection camera is an easy-to-use, quality tool that will let you see where couldn’t before.

George

George Leger has a Masters in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, worked in private industry pioneering surface-mount technology and in government research labs for twenty years, published several papers on surface-mount technology, co-authored papers published in national symposiums on accelerator technology, was past president of SMTA and an adjunct professor at the community college level, holds a patent, and is a certified microchip design partner, serving as a consultant to many companies developing electronic circuits.

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