The Super Cam has been around for the past few years, helping installers save time on the job. Many people actually own a Super Cam and don’t know about some of its useful features. In this post, we are going to talk about three things that you didn’t know about the Super Cam – that might just help you save a little bit more time on your next job!

  1. Always Up Mode: Navigating the Unseen with Precision
    One of the Super Cam’s lesser-known yet highly practical features is its “Always Up Mode.” Picture this: you’re navigating through tight spaces, inspecting beneath floors, or exploring hard-to-reach areas. With the Always Up Mode activated, the Super Cam ensures that the image on your screen remains upright, even if you twist and turn the camera. This small but ingenious feature can be a game-changer, preventing you from misinterpreting visuals and potentially saving you from costly mistakes, like incorrectly tearing up floorboards. It’s a subtle enhancement that adds a layer of ease and accuracy to your inspections.
  1. Multiple Device Connectivity: Versatility Unleashed
    Imagine the convenience of having eyes in two places at once. The Super Cam offers just that with its ability to connect to multiple devices simultaneously. Whether you’re working solo or collaborating with a colleague, the multiple-device connectivity feature allows you to link two or more different phones or tablets to the Super Cam simultaneously. Now, you can explore different rooms or areas while sharing the same live feed. This opens up new possibilities for teamwork, enabling more efficient inspections or collaborative problem-solving. It’s a feature that speaks volumes about the Super Cam’s commitment to adaptability and user-friendly functionality.
  1. Built-in Voltage Detector: Stay Safe, Stay Informed
    Safety is paramount, especially when dealing with electrical installations. The Super Cam goes above and beyond by incorporating a built-in voltage detector. From a distance of up to 20 metres, the Super Cam can detect live cables and alert you promptly. The screen flashes red, and a distinctive sound signals the presence of live voltage. This not only enhances your awareness but also adds an extra layer of protection against potential hazards. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a DIY enthusiast, the Super Cam’s built-in voltage detector is a valuable tool for ensuring a secure working environment.

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