12/7/2009 | 1 MINUTE READ

Articulating Video Borescope

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Titan Tool Supply Inc. ’s model VJ7X1.


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Titan Tool Supply Inc.’s model VJ7X1.5 articulating video borescope featuring on-board (stand-alone) image processing and battery-powered, portable operation has a high-resolution 2.4” TFT LCD screen with a sun visor and high-intensity LED lighting with adjustable brightness control. A thumb-activated joystick provides precise control of the articulating tip to as high as 90 degrees in every direction. The unit can record and store approximately 1 hour of video with a 1-GB MicroSD card and 500 still images.

Weighing only 20 oz., the borescope uses four AAA batteries, allowing it to run for approximately 2 hours. The batteries can then be replaced instead of requiring recharging or connection to a power source. The borescope can be connected to a larger monitor or computer (via USB plug) for viewing still or video images and also features MicroSD Card that can be inserted into smart phones that have a MicroSD card reader to transmit images via e-mail. According to the company, the capability and portability of the series borescope makes it especially useful for remote inspection and quality control applications.

The borescope has a diameter of 0.272” (6.9 mm) with polyurethane sheathing, a flexible length of 60” (1.5 m) with a waterproof insertion tube and tip, and focal length of 0.59” (15 mm) to infinity. The operating temperature range is -20°F to 150°F (-30°C to 50°C).



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