SeeSnake CS10 Software Revision History SeeSnake Software Updates CS10 Product Page Version 1123 – 01/08/2015 Version 1122 – 12/10/2014 Fixed bug that could lead to the serial number being overwritten over time. Version 1120 – 06/09/2014 Improved count reliability for older generation camera reels. Version 1116 – 10/17/2013 Show related articles Cleaning a SeeSnake Standard or Mini Camera ReelLearn how to clean the components of a RIDGID SeeSnake Standard or Mini camera reel. Installing a Camera onto a SeeSnake Camera ReelLearn how to install a camera onto a SeeSnake camera reel. Removing the Camera on a SeeSnake Camera ReelLearn how to remove a camera from a RIDGID SeeSnake camera reel. SeeSnake Tips & TricksWatch this video to learn tips and tricks on getting the most out of your SeeSnake camera reel during a pipe inspection. Pipe Guides for SeeSnake Camera ReelsHow to install and remove pipe guides on a RIDGID SeeSnake camera system. SeeSnake Camera Reel Best PracticesBest practices for using a RIDGID SeeSnake camera reel to increase the effectiveness of your equipment. Updating SeeSnake SoftwareLearn how to update the software on SeeSnake pipe inspection monitors. Editing Inspections with HQEditing and managing jobs in HQ Software for Windows. Adding Inspector InformationHow to save default inspector information to a RIDGID SeeSnake inspection monitor so you can quickly add it to reports. Line Locating with a SeeSnake Inspection SystemHow to locate the path of a pipe by line tracing the push cable using a SeeSnake camera reel and monitor. Sonde Locating with a SeeSnake Inspection SystemFinding points of interest in a pipe by locating the integrated sonde in a SeeSnake camera reel. About AutologLearn how to record Autolog video, a compressed video format that leaves you more room for additional media. Field Reporting with SeeSnake MonitorsHow to quickly create and distribute inspection reports while on the job with a RIDGID SeeSnake monitor. Creating a Custom Overlay on SeeSnake MonitorsHow to enter custom text that displays on a SeeSnake monitor screen and captured media.