Mytana has very good option on B&W and color cameras with 512Hz transmitter built-in. Seems like Mytana is a relatively little-known brand overall but it’s surprising how many people actually use Mytana cameras and are satisfied with their quality.
In general Mytana sewer camera is similar to Ridgid Seesnake approach to camera design. It has two devices to supply you with a recordable black and white or color image. All inspection systems are built on an all-steel frame, monitors are daylight-readable, and enhance wide-angle view. You can have a color head and also a Black and White head. The heads change out in about 5 seconds, very simple.
For starters, color head is far superior to B&W, since it is easier to determine what you are looking at in color compared to monochromatically. If you have enough experience, B&W picture often more convenient due to its high contrast.
MyTana offers self-leveling camera heads so the image on a monitor is always upright. If you buy into the self-leveling feature, better to bye units with tungsten internal weights and 360° mercury slip rings that can accomplish the self-leveling the best. Some sewer inspection systems have image inverters that rotate the image 180°, but the image will normally not be upright even after inversion.
Most used are the Mytana self-leveling camera with a 200 ft push rod with Mytana mini system for floor drains and when running into a main that has a separation just after Y pipe. If you have to go threw a stool closet, you also go with the small camera (and snow ball), instead of the main line camera. But then you are limited to 100’Another possible setup – 2 in 1 unit. It has the big 200′ camera in the outside reel and a smaller 100′ camera in the inner reel. Large camera works 95% of the time.
Mytana Snowball skids work awesome. There is nothing pleasant when the sewer clean-out cap is only 3″ going to 4″ cast and then 6″ clay. And a skid really helps out when you have to bang the camera head on all the offsets.
Another cool feature Maytana has is a location marker. You hit a button and it showing the location on the monitor. For example, if you jetter root filled sewer lines, this will help you as you know where the roots are. Later you’ll show your customers the numbers on the top (all bad root spots before jetting) and an after video, the roots are gone!
|All Mytana sewer camera systems have|
|System has on-board battery (2 hour battery life), can be powered and recharged with household electric current.NG Systems are not backward compatible with the MY30 and earlier.|
Includes removable flash drive, WiFi Router for streaming to mobile device, snoball SNB-MBLK, set of camera wings.
|The system is similar to MSA-NG2 Mini but has a thicker and longer push-rod.|
|CBx17 Control box features a 12″ daylight-readable monitor. Fine tune with the brightness control knob. 2 on-board USB ports and an internal 64GB drive. Includes Wi-Fi router. Up to 3 hours battery life.|
|Includes set of camera wings and power cord.|
Requires MyTana monitor/control box.
|MY30 has 10.4″ Daylight Readable monitor.|
It is one of Mytana classic sewer cameras, not compatible with NG systems.
The ACB13 has a 10.4″ monitor with text writer and built-in Mini-DVR, microphone and SD card/reader.
|Requires a MyTana monitor for operation (8-pin cord not copmatible with NG systems). Navigates 2″ traps.|
Includes camera wings, zip ties, snoball.
|The MS11-NG2 is a mid-sized sewer camera system|
Can be powered with AC or built-in (up to 2 hour battery life).