Our Rigid Borescopes are computer designed and manufactured to comply with up-to-date standards for a wide range of industrial applications. They are a cost-efficient tool of choice for inspections with a straight entry path that is not longer than 24 inches.
The rigid borescopes utilize an optical system that contains coated rod lenses. The glass rod lenses provide a significantly higher resolution image than any flexible fiberscope. Depending on the configuration, the fixed prism lenses built into the tips of these borescopes allow alternate directions of view (DOV) including 0°, 30°, 70°, 90° and 110°.
+ Full Specifications
– Insertion tube diameter: 2.7 mm (0.11"), 4 mm (0.16"), 5 mm (0,2") or 6 mm (0.24") – Direction of View (DOV): 0°, 30°, 70°, 90° or 110° – Field of View (FOV): 70° – Optical system: Coated rod lens – Waterproof: Yes
Borescope Body with Eyepiece
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 optical system delivers a clear image to the naked eye, and can be captured by an optional compatible video camera. Light posts with different threads and connectors allow easy coupling to most light sources available on the market.
+ Full Specifications
– Light post connection: ACMI, STORZ, WOLF – Eyepiece: 32mm standard round – Outer housing: All-metal stainless steel body
KingFisher Rigid Video Borescope
For situations where a rigid borescope needs to be coupled with an image capturing device and a live view monitor, we offer a customised unit that can do it all. Simply choose a rigid borescope of desirable diameter, length, and direction of view, and we will transform it into a KingFisher video borescope. This video borescopes will fit perfectly for direct inspections, including gun barrels, weldings, metal castings, etc. These units can be constructed using our rigid borescopes, which run from 2.7mm - 6.0mm diameters and lengths from 50mm to 430mm. They feature glass rod lenses, a complimentary LED light handle for illumination, and an optional angle of view from 0 to 110 degrees. The video camera chip provides a clear, colorful image of the inspection area, which is displayed on the portable ORION monitor. The incorporated focus ring allows you to adjust the sharpness depending on the focal distance. The monitor will capture images and video of your inspections directly to an SD memory card or they can be downloaded directly to a computer or laptop via a USB Cable. A video output jack transfers the live image to a larger TV monitor allowing you to discuss findings and troubleshoot directly with customers.
Available Light Sources
All of our Rigid Borescopes can be paired with either a portable SPARK XTR LED Light Handle, or with a more powerful MS-LED Light Box to illuminate the inspection area directly from the tip of the insertion probe.
Image/video recording devices (ImagePRO USB or ED-CAM camera units) can be attached to the eyepiece to document inspections, though a brighter light source (MS-LED) is HIGHLY recommended for video capture.
Borescope Camera ImagePRO-USB with 4mm Rigid Borescope Inspection Footage
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Questions and Answers
How much zoom if any Written by Travis Stow 2/27/2018
Hi Travis, there is no zoom with the rigid borescope however it magnifies the image a little bit. The best way to see if it works for your application is maybe ordering a free trial (demo). Our sales team will be in contact with you shortly.
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The System Full Description
The Rigid Borescopes are computer designed and manufactured to comply with up-to-date standards for a wide range of industrial inspections.These rigid units provide a significantly higher image resolution than 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 optics 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 features 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 far easier and more intuitive to control and use to inspect damages. The specially designed prism lenses also minimize glare, making them a better choice for highly reflective surfaces. Microfibers densely packed into a light channel provide excellent light delivery to the inspection area.
ACMI, STORZ, OLYMPUS, and WOLF Light post connections allow easy coupling to most light sources available on the market (MEDIT recommends ideally using these units with the MS-LED or SPARK XTR LED light source).
To use these borescopes for documentation, we recommend a kit with the ED-CAM or MEDIT ImagePRO USB cameras, and one of the brighter light sources. You'll get a high-resolution image/video that is crystal clear to examine minute details.