Borescope Camera with Snake Type Articulating Insertion Probe
Remote visual inspection requires a wide variety of equipment with different specifications. If your work requires one of these and you are serious about performing your inspections, you should really consider a professional borescope camera; the only question is which one? Use the product selector below to learn more about our borescope camera systems and find the best solution for your application.


* Videoscopes with rigid and semi-rigid probes are available
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Borescope Cameras

A borescope camera is an optical device used to view areas that are not visible to the naked eye. It can be inserted into small openings to navigate bends, and evaluate an area without destroying it, or opening or exposing a large section of it.
Our borescope cameras all feature CMOS or CCD camera chips located directly in the tip of the insertion probe, to visualize the inspection area. This produces a clear crisp image that is easily displayed on one of the portable monitors, or a computer/laptop. All of the systems have integrated LED lights, which shine out of the tip of the probe to illuminate the inspection area. We also have the ability to integrate UV and IR lights upon request. All of the portable monitors have the ability to capture images and video of inspections, while some units can add text, audio, measurements, and other imaging functions.
Many of the borescope cameras have the ability to manually articulate the tip of the video probe to visualize side walls or areas of interest, or to navigate bends. This is always controlled back at the base of the insertion probe, and is faster and easier to control manually, as opposed to electronic motorized articulation. Also due to differences in the camera chips, CMOS borescope cameras have a shorter bend radius than their CCD counterparts. However, CCD cameras have removable lenses with different fields of view, and focal distances, better low light visibility, and a higher temperature range.
Most of our borescope cameras have tungsten braiding protecting the insertion probe from scratches and damage. There is the option to monitors that are touchsceen, or that have wifi to stream inspections to a smartphone or tablet. We can also offer dual focus, and dual view options, or long lengths up to 30 meters (98 feet) as a custom manufacture. No matter your inspection needs, we've got you covered, simply reach out to one of our sales specialists to find the best solution for you!