July 25, 2013

RIDGID®, a leading innovator of digital inspection technology for the plumbing industry, announces a new self-leveling camera head for its SeeSnake® Max™ rM200 Camera System.

With its always-upright, self-leveling design, the new head was added to help take the guesswork out of inspections. Users can now count on a clear, right-side-up image or video in even the most complicated lines.

“The new self-leveling camera head is our smallest available,” said James McGregor, Director of Global Marketing for RIDGID. “With it, users will find easier passage through tight turns and better accuracy when diagnosing a given situation.”

RIDGID is offering a free self-leveling camera head to existing rM200 owners. Forms for requesting the camera head are available for download at http://www.ridgid.com/Tools/rM200/. Instructions are included in the form.

About the SeeSnake Max rM200 Camera System

Launched in mid-2012, the inspection system offers an efficient way to handle the most demanding jobs. Capable of inspecting lines up to 200’ in length and 1-½” to 6” in diameter, it is equipped with a built-in docking system for attaching upcoming viewing monitors and is compatible with the RIDGID SeeSnake CS10 and CS1000 Digital Recording Monitors.

Additionally, the rM200 is equipped with an integrated transport system to make it easily portable on a job. Users can either carry the reel or use the product’s wheel system to meet their jobsite needs.

RIDGID® Adds Self-Leveling Camera Head To SeeSnake® Max™ rM200 Camera System