An optical tool called a borescope, also known as a borescope, is sometimes used to help with visual inspection of small, hard-to-reach cavities.
It is made of a rigid or flexible tube with an eyepiece or display on one end and an objective lens or camera on the other end, which are connected by an optical or electrical system.
In some cases, illumination (usually fibre optic) is added to the optical system to improve brightness and contrast. The objective lens creates an internal image of the lit object, which is magnified by the eyepiece and observed to the viewer’s eye.
The Global Automotive Borescope Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Viewtech Borescopes Launches New Dual Camera Video Borescope.ViewTech Borescopes is announcing the release of the VJ-3 Dual Camera, their newest inspection video borescope, because the usage of side-view cameras is required for some remote visual inspections (RVI).
The VJ-3 Dual Camera enables both forward-facing and 90-degree viewing. While keeping the insertion tube within the examination region, users can quickly switch between the two cameras.
Industries like Heavy Equipment Maintenance, Welding, Oil & Gas, as well as countless others, can profit from the convenience the VJ-3 dual camera video borescope offers.
It has a diameter of 6.0 mm and lengths ranging from 1.5 to 8.0 metres. ViewTech Borescopes has announced two additional borescope models, the VJ-3 Ultraviolet (UV) and the VJ-3 Infrared (IR), in addition to the VJ-3 Dual Camera.
Several of their clients already use the ViewTech Borescopes VJ-3 Dual Camera video borescope. The Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) were aware that this equipment may enhance their inspections of tanks and pipes.
ViewTech suggested the VJ-3 dual camera because CNL’s present video borescope was insufficient for lighting during their RVI.
Canadian Nuclear decided to buy numerous 6.0mm VJ-3 Dual Camera video borescope systems after utilising a free on-site demo.
The VJ-3 dual cameras fulfil ACI’s safety and compliance standards with insertion tube lengths of 3.0, 5.0, and 8.0 metres. The VJ-3 twin camera reduced inspection times while enhancing the quality of their nuclear facility inspection images.
A nondestructive testing tool for remote visual inspection of machinery, equipment, and components is the VJ-3 mechanical articulating video borescope.
The VJ-3 makes it easier to record an inspection visually and photograph its components in places that would be difficult or expensive to reach without assistance.
The VJ-3 is made up of two modules that have been combined into a single unit: a base unit with a control panel, LCD monitor, power source, and all essential hardware; and an insertion tube with a camera and LEDs positioned remotely.
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