Digital borescope

  • 30-Jun-2010 10:38 EDT
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The BK6000 digital borescope from Snap-on Industrial can provide access to most vehicle crevices and offers improved inspection and photography capability regardless of the environment, ambient noise, or space limitations. With an imaging head of 0.219 in (5.5 mm) on a cable that can span 36 to 120 in (915 to 3050 mm), the BK6000 allows users to inspect hard-to-reach places in vehicle panels, wheel wells, brakes, motors, and transmissions. Users can view the entire space within a door panel, while a microphone attachment permits listening. A dual-image head provides two views simultaneously, and the camera features 2X digital-zoom and 720 x 480 image resolution. The borescope records and plays still images and video on the unit's LCD screen, while a USB cable is provided for uploading images and video to a computer or other device.

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