An Inspection Videoscope Is More Than a Boroscope

You may have heard the word "boroscope" sometime during your school years. A boroscope is a tool for viewing areas that are not normally visible to the naked eye. Boroscopes usually feature optical fibers that are used to illuminate the remote areas of something under inspection.

Boroscopes and other visual inspection tools are useful especially for non-destructive inspections, such as detection of narcotics and contraband that have been hidden in places we'd never thought they are stuffed in. Boroscopes also work like fiberscopes in a way. But since both contain fiber-optic parts, they are more prone to damage.

Technological advancements have led to the development of better tools to suit the changing needs of law enforcement agents who are tasked to detect for hidden drugs and other concealed smuggled goods.

While boroscopes and fiberscopes are very much in use today, there are other visual inspection tools like videoscopes that are better suited for more rigorous use in inspections. Videoscopes work like fiberscopes in a way but their features are much better. Campbell/Harris Security Equipment Company (CSECO) brings the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope Inspection System, the most efficient and the safest inspection videoscope on the planet.

What makes the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope a standout among the other visual inspection tools are features such as:

  • Large, multi-directional high-resolution color LCD display for clearer and more detailed viewing.
  • Push-button dimming and digital zoom, which is 10 times higher than available boroscopes or fiberscopes.
  • Long, thin, articulating shaft that is fuel-resistant.
  • Built-in LED light source.
  • High-quality video chip in the tip construction (instead of tiny optic fibers).
  • A slot for external storage (SD card)

The large monitor allows the user to look into the areas clearly without losing visibility to his/her immediate surroundings. Since the Perfect Vision V20 videoscope doesn't contain tiny glass fibers, they don't break easily and thus do not require slow and costly repairs. As a result, inspections will be longer (as possible and needed). This amazing videoscope will also help in bringing better results.

You can be also confident in using the Perfect Vision V20 videoscope because aside from being efficient, it is also safe. It was the first visual inspection tool to be awarded a certification from the Underwriters Laboratory (UL), making it perfectly safe to use even when inspecting in high-risk areas like gas tanks. You don't have to fear sparks or malfunction to occur when you use the Perfect Vision V20 videoscope in such areas.

Your boroscope or fiberscope may do some things that the CSECO inspection videoscope does, but are you sure that they are as efficient and most of all, safe? You don't have to take chances. Get the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope Inspection System and see the results for yourself!

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