Video inspection systems simplify the inspection process, allowing your company to troubleshoot problems before they lead to expensive repairs. These lightweight systems not only allow you to reach difficult-to-access locations, but they also find anomalies in harsh environments, among additional advantages.
Videoscope Features the Advanced Imaging Features of Larger Videoscopes
The Olympus Corp.’s (Tokyo, Japan) IPLEX® G-Lite Videoscopes help manage quality control and visual inspection needs for the metals industry. The IPLEX G-Lite ultra-portable industrial videoscope is advantageous for fast, easy visual inspections of small or difficult-to-access locations. This videoscope incorporates the advanced imaging features of larger videoscopes, including:
- PulsarPic™ image processor constantly optimizes images by reducing halation, balancing exposure and increasing gain quality.
- An LED light source twice as bright as that of its predecessor provides improved illumination.
- A 60-frames-per-second frame rate enables users to capture smooth, clear video, even when recording a moving object. HDMI video output simplifies the data transfer process.
- Wider Dynamic Extended Range (WiDER®) technology enables inspectors to see fine details across the entire image by enhancing contrast.
To simplify the inspection process, this videoscope includes TrueFeel™ articulation and a lightweight joystick to provide precision control to help users quickly navigate to the inspection area. It automatically records the last 30 minutes of video inspections to help eliminate accidental erasure.
Small but tough, this videoscope is designed to stand up to the rigors of daily use in even the harshest conditions, including the fact they are designed to pass U.S. Department of Defense (MIL-STD-810G) four-foot drop tests.
The device is available with scopes measuring 2, 3.5, or 10 meters long in 4- or 6 mm diameters.
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