Adds support for the SeeSnake microReel APX, including the Auto Image Flip feature. APX reels flip your onscreen image as the camera rotates through the pipe, ensuring your image remains oriented upright. An on-screen icon indicates the vertical orientation with respect to the image.
Detects newer job and media file types on USB that are incompatible with older software releases. If the monitor is running older software, the system will prompt the user to update their software using HQx Live.
Adds firmware support for cortex chip on included on newer monitors.
When a new or replacement TruSensecounter is installed on a SeeSnake camera reel, you will be prompted to configure the counter by entering your reel type and cable length. This ensures the most accurate cable distance count.
Updates and Improvements
Improves the way HQx Live connects to nearby monitors whose Wi-Fi network names (SSIDs) are broadcast over Bluetooth.
Removes decimal from version formatting (e.g. Version 1.430 now appears as Version 1430).
Allows service technicians to calibrate the cable distance counter on SeeSnake camera reels with TruSense™ technology. When a cable is re-terminated, correctly configuring the cable length and system type ensures the most accurate cable distance count.
You can now view a connected camera reel’s total cable distance count. Open the Menu, scroll down to TruSense, and view the Odometer.
High dynamic range (HDR) image sensor – allows a greater ratio of bright and dark areas to be displayed in the image at the same time, providing superior clarity and detail. HDR can be turned on/off in the TruSense menu or by pressing the down arrow key from the live feed.
TiltSense™ inclinometer — measures the camera’s degree of tilt, giving you a useful indicator of the camera’s angle as it lays inside the pipe.
Learn how to adjust the image capture settings on your SeeSnake CS65xr, CS6x Versa, CS12x, CS65x, CS6x, or CS6xPak monitors. Set the hue, brightness, contrast, and saturation of recorded media, and enable/disable automatic gain correction.