The Rigid Borescopes are computer designed and manufactured to comply with up to date standards for a wide range of industrial applications. These rigid units provide a significantly higher resolution image then the flexible fiberscopes and videoscopes, due to their direct glass lenses. Therefore, you need to carefully consider if you really need a flexible scope. Additional features compared to the flexible scopes include robust construction, lower purchase price and repair costs, and higher light emission.
The body of the scope, light post, and insertion tube, are manufactured from corrosion free stainless steel. All exterior elements are well adjusted and fluid resistant.
The coated rod lenses, in the optical system, provide brilliant image quality with great contrast and brightness. The construction of the optical system guarantees a distortion-free image of the inspection area.
Additional feature include fixed prism lenses built into the tips for borescopes with various DOV. Prism lenses allow alternate directions of view (DOV) including; 30°, 70°, 90° and 110°. Since the image and illumination are completely independent, the prism borescopes are particularly well suited for maximum image clarity and contrast in the inspection area. The prism scopes also give a true “exact” image compared to mirror tips with a “backwards” image. This makes them easier and more intuitive to control, and inspect damages. The specially designed prism lenses also minimize glare, making them a better choice for highly reflective surfaces. Micro fibers densely packed into a light channel provide excellent light delivery to the inspection area.
ACMI, STORZ, OLYMPUS, and WOLF Light post connection allows easily coupling to most light sources available on the market (MEDIT recommends ideally using these units with the MS-24 metal halide or eXtreme LED light source).
To use these borescopes for documentation, we recommend a kit with the MEDIT ImagePRO HDTV, TV or USB cameras, and one of the brighter light sources. You’ll get high resolution image/video that is crystal clear to examine minute details.
• Insertion tube diameter: 2.7 mm (0.11"), 4 mm (0.16"), 5 mm (0,2") or 6 mm (0.24").
• Angle/ Direction of View (DOV): 0°, 30°, 70°, 90° or 110°.
• 55° Field of View (FOV)
• ACMI, STORZ, WOLF Light post connection
• 32mm standard round rigid scope Eyepiece
• Rod lens optical system
• All-metal Body
• Completely waterproof design
Liked Rigid Borescope
Q: Do you like the Rigid Borescope you bought from Fiberscope.net? Why?
A: We do like our Borescope. It functions just the way we want it to and at a reasonable cost.
Q: What kind of application you use it for?
A: Precision machine
Q: How product help you finish your tasks or help in job?
A: We use the borescope during manufacturing and QA functions to make sure bores are free of burrs and debris.
- Written by Mark
Are your rigid borescopes adequate for viewing rifle barrels in calibers .223 and above?
- Written by Bob Parkey
Exactly, rigid borescopes are normally used for rifle barrel inspection. We would suggest a 70 or 90 degree angle of view. the diameter depends on your barrel diameter, but 4mm seems to be the most common.