General Tools & Instruments: Hand-Held Borescope System
October 27, 2008
Using a flexible fiber optic cable connected to a video view screen and camera, the Model DCS1500 portable hand-held borescope system enables real-time visual observation, recording, and remote data logging in video or still photography of areas that are difficult to reach, dangerous to get to, or otherwise inaccessible. Its compact, palm-sized control unit includes an LED light source, thin film transistor display, camera, and recorder. The system supports multiple video formats compatible with most software, including Windows® Media Player. The kit comes complete with 39.4-inch (1m) lens module cable, 512MB secure digital (SD) memory card, 30-, 45-, and 60- degree mirrors, USB to 5-pin mini-B cable, video cable, cleaning cloth, instructions, charger, and heavy-duty carrying case. The unit is supplied with rechargeable batteries that can record for up to four hours continuously.
General Tools & Instruments, 80 White St., New York, NY 10013-3567; 212-431-6100; 212-431-6499 (fax); www.generaltools.com