Usually, “endoscope” is a medical term for a surgical device that is designed to look inside of a human body to perform less-invasive surgery than regular surgery. However, we frequently call our products “industrial endoscopes” to avoid confusing them with medical endoscopes. Teslong does not make any medical-grade surgical products.
An endoscope camera for Android would be a convenience because it would use your Android mobile device screen and memory to display and store images and video. This would allow the endoscope camera to be simpler, with fewer parts, and ultimately be less expensive.
Android phones and tablets are very convenient to use with endoscope cameras because both are compatible with USB connection. Whether your Android device has USB-C, micro-USB, or even USB-A on a Chrome Book, Teslong makes an endoscope camera that can connect to it simply.
Teslong makes a range of endoscope, or inspection camera, products including models that are USB-connected to use with an Android mobile device.
Generally, “endoscope” is a medical term for a surgical device, but we frequently call our products “industrial endoscopes” to avoid confusing them with medical endoscopes. Teslong does not make any medical-grade surgical products. “Borescopes” is a term that is basically interchangeable with “industrial endoscopes” however we refer to all of our firearm inspection cameras as “borescopes” and the rest of our inspection cameras as “industrial endoscopes.”
The “Mo View” app on the Google play store is the best Android endoscope app to use with Teslong USB-connected endoscopes.
The best waterproof endoscope for Android mobile devices are IP67 rated - or safe to be submerged in water up to 1 meter deep for 15 minutes. All of Teslong endoscope camera probes are IP67 rated for use in plumbing, swimming pools, or other wet environments.