Our extensive selection of videoscopes, borescopes and industrial endoscopes allow you to visually inspect any inaccessible space easily and clearly, capturing high definition images in real-time.
Video inspection cameras have become a necessary tool for visual inspections, maintenance and non-destructive testing (NDT) across a range of applications, in a wide range of industries.
Video borescopes are essential for automotive mechanics, plumbers, aviation engineers, building inspectors, mine inspectors, renewable energy technicians. These versatile visual inspection cameras allow for easy, non-destructive testing (NDT) and examinations of even the hardest to reach spaces.
Introducing an inspection camera into your protocols will see cost savings increase over time by allowing you to see parts of an engine or look inside pipes without having to dismantle or excavate.
Need to see into tricky or hard-to-see places? You’re guaranteed to find a suitable product for every budget and every application within our large range of industrial inspection camera systems.
A videoscope is a remote visual inspection tool with a flexible optical tube to insert into bores, pipes, holes and cavities for visual inspection. They are used for visual inspection work where the target area is inaccessible by other means, or where accessibility may require destructive, time consuming and/or expensive dismounting activities. A flexible Videoscope or Video Borescope is an advanced type of borescope that houses a very small image sensor embedded into the tip of the scope. The video image is relayed from the distal tip and focusable lens assembly back to the display via internal wiring. Several integral features include an insertion probe section, an articulated tip, articulation controls (up, down, left, right) on the control handle, a lighting bundle, a high intensity external light source and cable interface with outputs to the display (LCD or CRT) and an external media recording device such as a hard disk drive, CompactFlash card, USB flash drives or SD cards for storage. The system normally will record either live video or still photos.
Videoscopes are the more recent development in inspection camera technology and are a type of borescope. Videoscopes are versatile, durable visual inspection tools that offer many advanced technological features, including micro video cameras, capturing higher resolution image quality that can be recorded as video or still image.
Borescopes are simpler instruments, around since the early 60’s, and incorporate an insertion tube (usually rigid but can also be flexible) and a camera or optic fibres that transmit images to an eye-piece or basic monitor.
Videoscopes, also known as industrial endoscopes, incorporate new technology and advanced features such as:
• image & video recording and management
• camera head articulation
• zoom and focus features
• camera head diameter options
• insertion probe length options
• annotation and commentary for images & videos
• object measurement & comparison options