Basic Inspections with a SeeSnake CSx Monitor This article describes the steps of a basic pipe inspection using a CSx monitor. Steps Connect the CSx monitor to a SeeSnake® camera reel with the system cable. Press the power key. Carefully put the camera into the pipe. Protect the push cable from sharp edges at the pipe entrance. Push the camera through the pipe and observe the display. Depending on the requirements for the job, you may want to include one or more of the following: Capture media. Stream live video to your mobile device and share media with customers. Locate an inspection point or path. Take a temporary segment distance measurement. Add custom overlay. Review the job and captured media. Preview and deliver reports. Show related articles Annotation Drawings on HQx LiveLearn how to annotate images and live video on HQx Live. Clamshell Kickstand InstructionsFollow these instructions to learn how to set up your kickstand for the RIDGID® SeeSnake® microDrain™, microReel™, and nanoReel™ systems. Connecting your Reel to HQx LiveThis article explains connecting your iOS or Android device to HQx Live. Creating Custom Frequencies on the SR-24LE and SR-20Learn how to create custom frequencies on the SR-24LE and SR-20 utility locating receivers. CS65XR Software Revision HistorySeeSnake CS65xr Software Revision History CSx Via Software Revision HistorySeeSnake CSx Via Software Revision History Customizing Display Elements on the SR-24LE and SR-20Read this article to learn how to customize display elements on the SR-24LE and SR-20 utility locating receivers. Direct Connect Mode for the ST-305R & ST-305How to use Direct Connect Mode for the RIDGID SeekTech ST-305R & ST-305. How to View the SeeSnake Camera Reel OdometerThe odometer lets you know the total cable distance pushed over the life of the RIDGID SeeSnake camera reel, this article lets you know how to access it. HQx Dock – Docking with the Compact Series ReelsSetting up your HQx Dock on a Compact Series Reel. HQx Live Inspection Reports on Cloud StorageSharing inspections from HQx Live on Google Drive, OneDrive, or Dropbox. Improving and Confirming Accuracy – Locating with an SR-24LE and SR-20 From interference like nearby fields and conductors causing distortion, to bleed over from nearby utilities, and the impact of line turns and soil conditions, the accuracy of locating with SR-24LE can be affected.