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Vyper Push Camera

The Vyper, a rugged, affordable sewer camera solution with a user-friendly keypad and easy one-touch recording to a USB drive. Easily record inspection data and client information using the on-screen text writer and footage counter. A built in microphone and speaker allows you to record your voice to videos and then play the video back on the 10.4 inch LCD Monitor. Capture every detail with the 1.3″ modular, color self-leveling camera head for inspecting 3″ up to 8″ pipes. An “always on” built-in sonde broadcasts at 512 Hz frequency to locate with a 512Hz locator.

Vyper Push Camera Specifications

COMMAND MODULE: 24 – 48 Turn-Around Time

DISPLAY: 10.4 in. LCD Monitor Display Screen

CAMERA: 1.3 in. Diameter | Self-Leveling | LED Light

RECORDER: Digital Video Recording to USB | Built-In HHD | Advanced Text-Writer

PUSH ROD: Heavy Duty | 200 ft. Max | Ideal for 2-12 in. Pipe Traps & 90° Turns

BATTERY: Powered w/ 15V Power Cord (Battery Upgrade Available)

ADDITIONAL: Camera Removal Took Kit | 2 & 3 in. Skid Sleeves for 2.5-6 in. Pipeline Centering | Owner’s Manual | 8GB USB w/ How-To Videos

Vyper Push Camera


Self-Leveling Camera

Camera Size is 1.3 in. diameter with a self-leveling camera head. Inspect from 2 in. to 12 in. pipes. Get into more inspection with just one camera, fewer repairs, and fewer investments.

One-Touch USB Recording

The integrated “on-demand” is a one-touch hands free remote control and records up to 20 ft. away. This system records to USB (included) that allows you to easily upload to YouTube or email to customers.

Flexi-Guard Spring

Flexi-Guard Spring technology allows three 90° bends and turns while protecting the camera to allow for maximum inspection flexibility.

10.4 in. LCD Monitor

Inspect even the smallest details with a high resolution picture on a larger screen. Features include optimum viewing capabilities for night and day.

 Premium Push Rod

Optimized for larger pipelines, longer runs, longer pushing this push rod will last longer for more inspections, saving money in the long-term for less repairs.




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