Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Using Rigid Borescope with USB Video Camera for Industrial Inspection

Rigid Borescope with LED light handle attachedRigid Borescopes are computer-designed and manufactured devices with high resolution glass optics. Often Servicemen and Technicians prefer videoscopes neglecting valued optical Rigid Borescope.
These units provide much higher resolution image than flexible fiberscopes or videoscopes, due to their direct glass lenses. Unlike videoscope, that have a small camera in the tip of probe, video camera is installed at the eyepiece of Rigid Borescope and catches a complete view of higher resolution. The sensor size of camera is larger than the videoscope tiny camera. This results in crystal clear image.

Rigid Borescope with Video Camera attached

The body of borescope, light post and insertion tube are manufactured of stainless steel. All exterior elements are well adjusted and fluid resistant. The coated rod lenses in the optical system provide brilliant image quality with great contrast and brightness.

Important features:
• Insertion tube diameter: 2.7 mm (0.11"), 4 mm (0.16"), 5 mm (0,2") or 6 mm (0.24").
• Angle/ Direction of View (DOV): 0°, 30°, 70°, 90° or 110°.
• 55°  Field of View (FOV)                      
• ACMI, STORZ, WOLF Light post connection                 
• 32mm standard round rigid scope Eyepiece
• Rod lens optical system

Rigid borescopes wonderfully couple with borescope camera ImagePRO USB camera. The high resolution image or video from borescope camera can be viewed and recorded at any laptop. 
Please review the following video of sample inspection with rigid borescope and endoscopic USB camera
If you need further information about rigid borescopes, please visit this page 
If you're interested in ImagePRO USB camera, you can find more details here

Thursday, October 25, 2012

New Heavy Duty Push Camera

Many experts look for really heavy duty narrow push cameras. Triton push camera offers a nice choice with a small camera less 1 inch. 

Push camera for sewer inspections TRITON
The push camera Triton consists of two parts:

First, is the durable mini reel with push cable lengths up to 70 meters. One of the most sensitive parts of any pipeline camera is the push rod. Unlike other systems on the market the Triton features a Kevlar braided probe. Kevlar is a highly resistant material that is widely used for making bullet proof vests.
 The probe has 7/8" camera head connected to the inspection reel provides great illumination of the inspection area and a crisp, colorful image. The camera is protected by sapphire glass. 
 The Triton inspection reel has a transmitter that operates at 512 Hz and is easily locatable with a standard receiver (this option can be added to the set).

Second,Triton push camera includes 10.4” color wide screen monitor with recording function. Data can be saved directly to Ipod, Ipad or USB drive. Recordings are made in a high quality H.264 format.
 Other features include an on-screen counter for how much of the probe has been inserted, adjustable lighting control, click touch controls, and a rechargeable battery which holds a two hour charge.  

You can find more information here

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

New Ultra Fine Videoscope

As I promised - now Ultra Fine Videoscope is available!
Videoscope with articulation RIGEL
The popular Rigel videoscope is supplied now with 4mm diameter insertion probe. This industrial articulated borescope is an affordable unit and has two way articulating tip with 350 degree independently rotating probe that can be detached from the handheld monitor in seconds. The probe is water, oil, gas, diesel proof and rugged enough for everyday inspections.
This videoscope has a highly durable stainless steel braided probe and 3 bright LEDs incorporated in the camera tip and over 90 degree articulation each direction.
Light intensity is easily controlled by a finger. The bright, 3.5” monitor provides you with detailed clear images. Live and stored images are displayed in color on the integrated LCD screen with resolution of 720x480 pixels.
Files are captured to an SD memory card (included), and captured images and video can be downloaded directly to a computer or laptop via a USB cable.
For more information please visit this page

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Sewer Camera for Home Inspector

Sewer camera ANACONDA
Today home inspectors can't imagine their life without helpful gadgets and tools. 
 New modern technologies highly improve their work. Sewer cameras (or pipe inspection cameras) are a bright example what highs home inspection reached.Sewer camera will save you time, improve your image as a professional contractor and increase your profit.
  • First, you can use a sewer camera to inspect and identify a problemeither in sewer, water, drain, storm mainline or laterals - blockage, crack, etc.
  • Second, you can show the findings to your client and document it.
  • Third, you can make final check up after repairing to be sure everything is done well.
You can find more information about sewer cameras here 

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Snake Camera - How to Make a Right Choice

Inspection Camera VOYAGER
Buying a new snake camera is never something that should be rushed into, especially since the type of camera that you end up choosing could have a major effect on your performance when doing plumbing jobs around town. 
You will therefore want to take some time to figure out which model of snake camera would be best suited to the needs of your business, and a great way to find out this kind of information is to request the opinions of other plumbers who may have purchased the same snake camera model that you are currently interested in buying for yourself. 
 You can consider Voyager inspection camera by MEDIT as of the  most affordable and versatile video borescope for basic inspections. The 5.5mm (0.22”) or 9.5mm (0.37”) diameter probes feature a flex and stay, semi-obedient design, which will hold a bend or curve until it is physically bent back. These interchangeable probes have three lengths available to access a variety of inspection areas.