General Tools DCS660 SeaScope Video Inspection System
IP67 rated waterproof grip, monitor and camera-tipped probe
Usually ships in 3-5 business days
- Part number DCS660
- Manufactured by General Tools
- Inspect sewer and water lines carrying running water
- Ideal for marine search and rescue operations
- View probe video underwater in real time
- Guaranteed leak-proof to depth of 1m
- Resist leaks at depths up to 2m for short periods (1 hour, max)
- Probe is flexible-obedient (retains shape)
- Analog Video Out jack
- No concern about dropping into water
The General Tools SeaScope™660 (DCS660) is one of the only video inspection systems on the market with an IP67 waterproof grip and monitor as well as an IP67 waterproof camera-tipped probe.
The SeaScope660's water tightness makes the system ideal for plumbing-related tasks like inspecting water or sewer lines carrying running water. The system also can be used to inspect parts of boats, ships or bridges just below the surface. Because the entire unit is impervious to water you can use it freely around water without worrying about accidentally "dunking" the grip and monitor. No other camera scope with an integral monitor—other than the SeaScope600—is completely watertight.
The SeaScope660 shares many of the features and benefits of other General Tools & Instruments video inspection systems. It comes with a 0.39 in. (10mm) diameter, 3.3 ft. (1m) long flexible-obedient camera-tipped probe with adjustable LED lighting that is in focus from 0.6 to 6 in. (15 to 150mm). Three handy probe tip accessories are also included: a 45° mirror, a pickup hook and a magnetic pickup.
Operated in real-time video mode, the DCS660 has only three controls (a Power/Mode button, a joystick, and a button for zooming in on video up to 4X in 0.5X steps), making it very easy to learn to use. Video within the probe's field of view is displayed on a large, crystal-clear 3.4 in. (86.4mm) diagonal color LCD. Alternatively, video can be viewed on an NTSC- or PAL-format television by plugging a supplied cable into a jack on the side of the scope's monitor. The joystick controls three functions:
- Video brightness
- Inversion ("flipping") of video 180°. This feature allows you to align the probe's field of view with its real-world surroundings, making it easier to read upside-down equipment labels and serial numbers by flipping them right-side up.
- Up/down and left/right panning of video. The ability to pan video helps you reacquire viewing targets that zooming may have pushed out of the probe's field of view.
Ships complete with:
- Three probe tip accessories (a 45° mirror, a pickup hook and a magnetic pickup) in their own small Ziploc bag
- 2GB MicroSD memory card
- USB cable with a mini B-type plug at one end and an A-type plug at the other
- Composite video cable with a black mini-plug on one end and a yellow RCA plug on the other
- User manual
|Resolution||Sensor: 640 x 480 pixels
Display: 320 x 240 pixels
|Display||TFT, 3.4 in. (86.4mm) diagonal|
|Operating Temperature||32 to 113F (0 to 45C)|
|Power Source||4 AA batteries (not included)|
|Probe Diameter & Length||10mm (0.39 in.), 1m (3.28 ft.)|
|Field of View||54|