Friday, July 31, 2009

New Xtreme Light Source for All Borescopes

LED Light source for borescopes
Portable Xtreme LED light sources are a convenient, easy to use, substitute for bulky halogen or metal halide light sources. These Xtreme light sources feature a high intensity 3W LED, which produces well over 50,000 Lux of illumination, and an adjustable intensity control lever, to vary the illumination for different inspection areas, or areas with reflective surfaces.
These portable LEDs work with flexible and rigid endoscopes/ borescopes, and some flexible fiberscopes too. They produce a focused bright white light, not an unfocused yellow light like some halogen light sources. Power is provided by a rechargeable lithium ion battery, and at full power these units will run continuously for 45 minutes. Charging takes 2 hours, but the LED should be good for over 1,000,000 hours of lamp life per bulb.
To see and shop this as well as a range of similar borescope light sources, go to this page 



Monday, July 13, 2009

Active Scope (Videoscope) camera

I found an interesting video. This is about a kind of a mixture of a snake and a camera. This videoscope is designed to penetrate through complex debris. Please watch how well it can be directed, like a real snake!

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Friday, July 10, 2009

Borescope Inspection of Rifle Barrel

This time I would like to show you the process of rifle barrel inspection. This is done with the help of a videoscope. The videoscope consists of a monitor, insertion probe with the camera and light source in the tip. It provides a good image and many other functions, like recording, transferring of live video and images etc.
To learn more about borescopes using for barrel inspection click here 

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