RIDGID Introduces New View-Only Inspection Camera

July 13, 2012
RIDGID has introduced a new member of the RIDGID hand-held inspection camera family, offering a simplified view-only addition that adds sight for professionals: the RIDGID micro CA-25 hand-held inspection camera.

The micro CA-25 offers a rugged 17 mm aluminum camera head and one-handed pistol grip designed for multi-purpose visual detection, diagnosis and confirmation in hard-to-reach areas. The camera, permanently attached to a fixed three-foot cable, is easily capable of sliding into tight spaces such as behind walls and ceilings and inside mechanical devices and plumbing fixtures.

Users will quickly get a visual handle on issues as images are transmitted to the device’s crisp 2.4-inch color LCD (480 x 234 resolution) display screen that provides a 180-degree digital rotation and incorporates four adjustable, ultra-bright LEDs in the camera head.

The lightweight device (1.3 pounds), powered with four AA batteries, comes with a television output and three-foot RCA cable for video transmission to a larger screen like a television or computer monitor. The product also comes with a hook, magnet and mirror – convenient accessories to make the job even easier.

“The hand-held inspection camera is now a standard tool for most industry professionals, even if it’s only on-hand for that one nightmare job,” said Sarah Golish, director of inspection systems and diagnostics for RIDGID. “The micro CA-25 is the perfect camera for the professional who doesn’t have a heavy need for an inspection camera, but still requires a simple solution to confidently detect and diagnose problems.”

The micro CA-25 is available for purchase at any local RIDGID distributor.

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