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People often ask, 'What should I look for in an inspection camera?' when looking to buy a snake camera for use in a multitude of industrial inspection camera or equipment inspection scenarios. In truth, the answer is entirely dependent on the specific uses you have in mind. The best inspection camera for electricians, say, will not necessarily be the best option for plumbers, and certainly not for medical or surgical use. Let's take the purchase of the gas leak detector as an example. What to Look Out for When Purchasing a Gas Leak Detector?
Make sure that your detector comes with an indicator, so you know whether or not it’s switched on. Make sure that your detectors are tested every month, and you should replace your batteries at least once a year.
Type of gas
You’ll need to figure out which gases the device can detect and which gases it can’t. While it might be pricier, it could be a good idea to purchase a gas leak detector that can identify more than one gas and smoke.
To ensure that your gas leak detector functions correctly, it’s best if it reflects the UL-listed mark to indicate that it has been tested and meets the necessary safety standards.
You should check to see if the sensors come with a good amount of sensitivity. The greater the sensitivity, the easier it is for you to identify the source of the gas leak.
The inspection camera usually consists of a long, flexible probe or arm attached to some form of handheld base unit. The miniature camera module itself is mounted on the end of the probe. Some inspection camera kits include a small screen for viewing live video feeds. Others are designed to operate wirelessly, streaming their captured images to a remote screen (such as on a computer or cell phone) via Wi-Fi.
The inspection camera is suitable for medical, mechanical use, as well as property maintenance and potentially damaging infestations.
Everay offers detection cameras that can be used to detect leaking gases, forest fires, human temperature measurement, and automated patrols.