Wireless borescopes

  • 24-Jun-2011 08:59 EDT
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Omega’s wireless borescopes feature a wireless probe that can operate the instrument anywhere without a cable. The HHB1800 unit is portable and has a strong metal lens sleeve. It records still or MPEG-4 video and has three application modes: on console, on large screen, and projected. It is suited for automotive, aviation, and industrial manufacturing applications, in areas including military, aircraft, heat exchangers, and air-conditioning.

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