PGR400 Municipal Inspection Camera

MyTana PGR400 Municipal Inspection Camera for 4 - 12" lines
MyTana PGR400 Municipal Inspection Camera for 4 - 12" lines MyTana PGR400 Municipal Inspection Camera includes the CBX17 Monitor/Control Box

400’ of push rod – $10,425  (Standard model)
325′ of push rod – $9,945

Our PGR400 is suitable for 4″–12″ sewer lines with your choice of 400′ or 325′ rugged push rod. Get manhole-to-manhole inspection with this sewer push camera packaged on a maneuverable steel frame.

The system includes the CBX17 Monitor-Control Box with a 12” daylight readable screen, and all-digital recording. The self-levelling camera head has a built-in 512Hz transmitter.

Currently unavailable for online ordering, please call for ordering and shipping information.

Description

Our PGR400 Municipal Inspection Camera is suitable for 4″–12″ sewer lines.

The system includes the CBX17 Monitor-Control Box with a 12” daylight readable screen.

  • Displays crystal-clear imagery and lets you record it to internal memory, USB drive, or stream wirelessly to your mobile device

The color, 1 1/2″ dia. self-leveling camera head has a 512Hz transmitter built in. Four sizes of camera guides (up to 3” diameter) navigate the camera head over and around obstacles. Also includes a skid.

Strong push-rod resists kinking, and is available in 2 lengths: 400′ or 325′ push rod. Or we can cut the push rod to a length you specify – call for more information.

Features of the rugged reel frame:

  • Made of strong, powder-coated steel
  • Balanced weight and anti-skid feet make it easy to tilt for transport and maneuver in to position
  • Monitor mount gives full swivel for the Control Box, and is tilted for optimal viewing angle while inspecting
  • Reel brake with adjustable drag
  • Compact size

Dimensions: 19″W  x  32″L  x  40″H

In addition to our PGR400 Municipal Inspection Camera, you may also be interested in our Mini Push Cam for 1.5″-3″ lines. Uses the CBX17 Control Box (included with the PGR400) so you can inspect the drain lines inside your facilities to keep them running as well!

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