Ridgid Inspection Cameras & Locators
Whether you need to check what's behind the walls of your house, or you're a professional locating a blockage in a sewer line, RIDGID® Inspection Cameras and Locators come in a variety of styles and sizes to fit your needs. Handheld cameras help you locate cables and electrical safely before drilling. Our larger lines help inspect pipes and drains for needed repairs. Location professionals will find these tools useful for difficult locating jobs.
The next time you are pulling cable, and it gets snagged, use an inspection camera to verify what's causing the snare. A color reel can be deployed when inspecting a long drain or line. Attach the line to a Ridgid monitor or recording kit to watch the snake in real time or watch it back after the line is retracted for further troubleshooting. Large blockages and clogs can then be cleared up with Ridgid drain opening tools.
Remote transmitters are used for a variety of inspections and repair scenarios. Scout locators use high-frequency transmissions to help calculate the precise location of the sensor. Features: like a multidirectional antennae help locate the signal the entire time the scout locator is deployed. For other precise measurements, Ridgid test and measurement tools monitor ground temperatures and safely transport cameras and locators to the job site.
Other locators use electromagnetic field detectors to find hidden underground pipes, cables, and phone lines when mapping new projects or construction. Underground locators provide mapping displays and use high-level frequencies to detect your target. Laptop interface systems allow you to use your equipment safely while snaking a line and conveniently display video feed to your customers during live inspections. If big repairs are needed, the line of Ridgid plumbing tools helps complete commercial and residential jobs effectively.
Ridgid inspection cameras and locators help you see behind walls and underground. Safely drill into walls and drag cable with our specialized equipment. If you are looking for specific damage or trying to map the location of underground cables, these tools along with our monitors and visual interfaces can help with all of your locating needs.