econoLED USB Waterproof Endoscope Borescope Inspection Camera Pibe Locator US Seller (15M/45ft)

econoLED USB Waterproof Endoscope Borescope Inspection Camera Pibe Locator US Seller (15M/45ft)
From econoLED

List Price: 

Our Price: $17.99



(3.5 stars, based on 293 reviews)

Product Description

AMERICA'S MOST RELIABLE ELECTRONIC PRODUCT BRAND
☆ Faster and safer products with our leading econoLED technology
☆ 10 million+ happy users and counting

Specification:
Brand: econoLED
Waterproof Level: IP*66
Camera head outer diameter: 14.5mm
Total length : 5meter;
Resolution : 640*480 30ftps
Sensor: 1/6 CMOS Image Sensor
Pixels: 300k Pixels
Wide visual view angle: 52°
☆ LED switch Adjustable lightness switch
☆ USB2.0 interface
☆ 4 LEDs, the camera can catch sight in the shoot light environment

Note:
☆ 1. XP system can watch video directly without install software, Vista or Win 7 need install software which in the CD.
☆ 2. Can take photo (XP system can use itself photo function to take photo or use our software, other system need use our software to take photo)
☆ 3. Can record video, and save the video in the PC

Package included
☆ 1 x Mini USB Endoscope
☆ 1 x CD
☆ 1 x User Guide

Worry-Free Warranty:
At Global dealing shop, we back products all with an 18-month warranty and provide friendly, easy-to-reach support.

econoLED ® Product Certified:
econoLED products have been well tested, examined and packaged before sending off, but we cannot 100% guarantee the items remain undamaged when delivered to you. Global dealing shop is the only econoLED product authentic seller. Any problem please feel free to contact us first so that we can supply the best service for you.


Product Details

  • Sales Rank: #270851 in Home Improvement
  • Size: 15M/45ft
  • Brand: econoLED

Features

  • econoLED 15m/49ft WATER PROOF SEWER PIPE DRAIN CLEANER INSPECTION CAMERA
  • High resolution with 1/6 CMOS camera
  • 4 LED lux luminance lights can work better when the light very dark
  • Can record video, and save the video in the PC
  • This portable Digital Microscope must be connected to the computer when using.

Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

47 of 48 people found the following review helpful.
5Amazing Price, Great Value
By Tom D
Have used this inside a wall to find a burst pipe and separately to identify the cause of storm drain blockage. First, on my Dell laptop, when I plug this in, Dell camera software launches. The camera also comes with software, either software is fine. For the burst pipe, we only had to make a small hole in the wall, 5/8" diameter and fish the camera through. The image of the break, rather than a separated pipe was enough for the insurance adjuster to take over. In that case, the camera worked without building any guiding attachments.

In the case of the drain pipe, just taping the camera to the fish tape didn't work well so I cut a pop bottle and mounted the camera in the center (see picture posted) and pushed it into the pipe. The lights in the camera are sufficient and the image on the laptop screen is sharp enough.

It is a USB camera so you need your own viewing device. The cable doesn't support the camera. The one I have has been under water and worked fine, though I will follow another reviewers suggestion and apply silicone sealant front and back.

Great bargain.

99 of 103 people found the following review helpful.
5WORKED GREAT ON POOL PIPE LEAK
By JP
[[VIDEOID:moTE14MTLBTOXM]]Had a pool line leaking, snaked camera into pipe with the pump running and around 12' in I found a hole in the pipe. Sure worth its weight in gold. Did add silicone around the cap and the tail after reading some of the other reviews about issues with leaking.

Video is rather clear.

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful.
4Does the job
By YMMV
I needed to find where some roots were getting into the sewer lateral, and this got the job done. I centered the camera head in the end of a coil-spring manual sewer snake and secured it with vinyl electrician's tape (the cable is only an electrical conductor, so you'll need something else to take the camera head down the pipe) and sent it down hole, recording the images on a laptop computer using a generic USB camera driver I found online, then measured the length of the snake to the problem area. The images are not all that clear, but were good enough to see when I got to the roots and discern a crack in the PVC pipe. Now comes the hard part - the crack is about two feet inside the slab-on-grade foundation, so there'll be digging and tunneling. Considering the price (and at this writing, it's even cheaper than when I bought it), it's a good deal. I'll add that after reading a couple of complaints about the watertightness, before using it, I sealed the camera-cable junction and the joint between the edge of the plastic lens and the camera head using Seal-All, and let it dry thoroughly.

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