Articulating video borescopes

  • 15-Sep-2009 01:35 EDT
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Titan Tool Supply’s VJ7X1.5 articulating video borescope features onboard image processing and battery-powered, portable operation. The flexible borescope has a high-resolution 2.4-in thin film transistor 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 up to 90° in every direction. The unit can record and store about 1 h of video with a 1 GB MicroSD card and 500 still images. It weighs 20 oz and uses four AAA batteries, allowing it to run for approximately 2 h. The device is suited for casting dies, aviation maintenance, shipping and marine, locomotive and railway, heavy equipment maintenance, and manufacturing applications.

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