Issue 6 and Volume 28.

Envirosight introduces inspection camera

Envirosight LLC announces availability of a new version of its patented QuickView pipeline zoom inspection camera. The company says the new version offers users double the zoom capability, greater illumination, and improved camera sensitivity for low-light viewing.

QuickView 3.5 allows users to see 400 feet down pipes ranging from 6 to 60 inches in diameter while capturing sidewall detail. Envirosight says the new model delivers double the zooming capability of previous models with 400 times magnification.

Its new lamp technology casts focused illumination 65 percent brighter, without draining the rechargeable battery before a full shift of inspection work is completed, the company says.

Zoom inspection is an alternative to inspections that require remotely operated vehicles. Contractors can use it to survey pipe condition before bidding services and to document completed work.

Project owners can use the camera to identify and prioritize maintenance issues, avoid confined-space entry, and inspect hard-to-reach infrastructure.
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Eaton offers online product demonstrations

Eaton Corp. announces interactive online demonstrations of many of its products, including controllers, switchgear, and protective relays.

The 13 interactive demonstrations explain the features and benefits of each product line, the company says.

For example, the protective relays demonstration features five sections: introduction, benefits, features, applications, and documents. The introduction highlights products available to protect the motor, bus, transformer, generator, and feeder zones of the power system. The documents section features links to instructional literature and technical data sheets for the ten products included in the demonstration.

Demonstrations are available on the website at:

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