Borescopes are used to look inside larger items like cars, boats, and even guns. The tool makes it easy to look inside engines, brakes, catalytic converter tubes, beneath instrument panels, air conditioning, exhaust, and other systems. The device has a built-in light and a tiny camera for easy seeing and the ability to record video and photographs for later use.
Next, borescopes are often waterproof, making them suitable for handling automotive materials, rifles, garbage disposals, etc. Rechargeable models with screens frequently contain memory card ports for video and image storage. The camera on a borescope is either rigid or semi-rigid, and it can have a goose-neck. Many cameras are also temperature resistant, but they cannot withstand extremes.
Borescopes with screens or that connect to smart devices provide additional features like a flexible cord with a camera and light at the end. The ropes can be coiled beneath the hood or into other items for easy viewing without removing parts. Many borescope variations include a mirror, hook, or magnet to improve usability.
Borescopes are a fantastic diagnostic tool, especially when paired with an iPhone. First, using the diagnostic tool with your phone allows for a portable and simple-to-use display with easy-to-access storage. As the devices take videos and photos, you can save them to your phone and send them to other people or simply enjoy the larger screen with better quality. It helps you take more accurate photos and films for diagnosis while also increasing magnification, mobility, and reducing wires.
The TD100 Articulating Inspection Camera includes a 3.3-foot flexible probe with 360 degrees of rotation and works perfectly with iPhones. As it includes a phone stand at the top, you can keep your phone steady while using the probe. Next, it takes 720P high-definition videos and images while using an LED ring light to make dark areas more visible. Finally, the borescope includes a rechargeable battery with two hours of usage time.
An endoscope's camera probe is stiff, whereas a borescope probe can bend and flex. Although they perform similar services, endoscopes' stiff cameras preclude more extensive examinations than a borescope. Endoscopes also have a smaller diameter, making them easier to insert into tight locations, but they do not provide the same level of detail as a borescope.
All of our borescopes include an app with instructions for download included with the instructions. The app connects to the device through Wi-Fi for easy use. We do not recommend using the borescopes with other applications.
You can quickly diagnose internal abnormalities using our high-end borescopes and other inspection cameras. It has taken decades to develop digital commodities that assist people in solving problems and improving their lives. We use cutting-edge technology to create and sell high-quality scopes for home and industrial use while maintaining environmental and social responsibility. We have over 40 experts, including developers, ready to improve the world of inspection diagnostics to help consumers see their world through a workable lens.