Fiber Optic Borescope with Stand-alone LED Light Source
A fiber optic borescope uses a structured high-density fiber bundle and a group of lenses to transmit the image. Because of the small diameter of the fibers, these devices can come in the smallest diameters, with the best possible image quality due to specialized video and optical technologies


Super Thin Fiber Optic Borescopes

The smallest diameter fiberscopes are available in diameters as small as 0.35 mm. They can be used to inspect tiny components with bores in the lower millimeter range and small curved tubes and channels. The systems are primarily used for direct, open-eye visualization; however, special video cameras can be attached to transmit the image to a computer or monitor

Articulating Fiberscopes

These types of fiber optic borescopes are well suited to inspecting tight, narrow passages with some turns and bends or areas with enough space to articulate the tip of the scope. These are available in probe diameters from 2.4mm and lengths up to 3m with 2- and 4-way angulation. Featuring durable tungsten braided sheathing, these probes have several times the wear resistance of stainless steel, water-tight insertion tubes for operations in water, mineral and synthetic oils, hydraulic fluids, aviation fuel, kerosene, gasoline and diesel fuel
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Fiber optic borescopes

A fiber optic borescope is a Remote Visual Inspection device that consists of a flexible fiber optic bundle with an objective lens at one end and an eyepiece on the other. They are used to explore inaccessible areas or to access inspection areas with bends around corners or deeper bores than a rigid scope can reach. They come with probes of different diameters and lengths and can be equipped with additional features such as an articulating tip for extra maneuverability.

We offer a variety of high-resolution, robust, flexible fiberscopes for different applications and budgets. Some models are densely packed with twice as many image fibers for better image quality and more precise inspections in different settings.

Our fiber optic borescopes are designed to withstand aggressive industrial environments. They are water, and oil-proof with the intention to be used in different inspection settings. All our fiberscopes can be easily connected to different light sources and cameras. Browse available accessories for enhanced view, image capturing, and documentation options.


What is a fiber optic borescope?

A fiber optic borescope is a specialized inspection tool that uses a flexible fiber optic bundle with an objective lens at one end and an eyepiece on the other to allow users to visually inspect hard-to-reach areas. They are particularly useful for accessing narrow or curved passages or areas with deep bores that cannot be reached with a rigid borescope.

What to look for when buying a Fiber Optic Borescopes?

When shopping for a fiber optic borescope, there are a few key things to consider:
  • Length and diameter of the insertion probe: Consider the size and length of the area you need to inspect and choose a probe that is suitable for the job.
  • Resolution and image quality: Make sure to choose a fiber optic borescope with a high-resolution camera and good image quality to ensure that you get clear, detailed images of the inspection area.

How much does it cost to rent a Fiber Optic Borescopes?

The cost of renting an industrial video borescope can vary depending on the model, length, and features of the camera, as well as the duration of the rental period. You can rent a Fiber Borescopes instead of buying one. This can be a good option if you only need the unit for a short period of time or if you're not sure which model is best suited to your needs. To find the best deal, leave a request or give us a call. We will find the best solution for your needs and budget.

Fiber Optic Cameras

Fiber optic cameras, also known as fiber optic borescopes or fiberscopes, are specialized inspection tools that use a flexible or rigid optic tube to transmit the image of the interior of small diameter holes and other tight spaces. These cameras are commonly used to inspect the internal components of industrial machinery, engines, pipes, and other equipment where direct visual access is not possible.

Fiber optic borescopes come in two main types: rigid and flexible. Rigid borescopes use a solid, inflexible tube to transmit the image, while flexible borescopes use a flexible, bendable tube that can navigate tight curves and corners.

The core of a borescope is an optical fiber bundle that transmit light from the scope's objective lens to the eyepiece on one end. Modern borescopes use advanced lens systems and high-resolution video cameras, and many come with a built-in light source such as an LED.
Fiber optic borescopes are often used in the medical, automotive, aerospace, and industrial fields, among others. They are increasingly being used in many other areas where the inspection of internal components and systems is critical. They are also useful for general inspection, allowing the user to view small parts or closely inspect areas that are difficult to reach.

Flexible fiberoptic borescopes are particularly useful in applications where a rigid borescope can't be used, such as in tight spaces or when trying to inspect a component at multiple angles. They are also popular with corporations, who use them to inspect production lines, machinery, and equipment. Many are using the flexible fiberoptic borescopes as a video borescope, with the ability to capture images and video of critical components and structures.

Optic cameras are critical inspection tools that use advanced optical technology to transmit high-resolution images of the interior of hard-to-reach places. They come in both flexible and rigid varieties and have a wide range of applications in various industries.
Fiber optic borescopes are durable and resistant to water, oil, and other aggressive industrial environments, making them a useful tool for a variety of inspection tasks. They can be easily connected to different light sources and cameras for enhanced view and image capturing capabilities.

In the video, we discuss our new MICRON digital borescope with a built-in LED light source, USB and HDMI connection, which we sell together with the tablet. It is an excellent installation to meet all your inspection needs and is available with video probes ranging in diameter from 1.0mm to 2.4mm.
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Why Buy Fiber Optic Borescopes from Fiberscope.net

At Fiberscope.net, we offer a wide selection of high quality fiber optic borescopes to meet the needs of our customers. Our team is dedicated to providing excellent customer service and ensuring that our clients have access to the tools they need to get the job done. If you have any questions about our fiber optic borescopes
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