Fiberscope Inspections Systems

Fiberscope / Boroscope provides a clear view inside fuel tanksFV-Series Fiberscope fiber optic cable
 

Fiberscope Inspections Systems

"My canine extends my sense of smell; my Buster extends my sense of touch; and my Fiberscope extends my sense of sight..." Cesar Rivera, Pomona Police Department

FV Series fiberscopes provide two-way articulation giving the user a full 360° view inside of a vehicle fuel tank, dashboard or door. The fiber optic bundle is covered by a heavy-duty tungsten skin that is resistant to both diesel fuels and gasoline. With over 16,000 individual strands of optical fiber and the high-intensity light handle visibility is crystal clear even in the darkest spaces.

Used in conjunction with the Buster density meter and contraband detector, the FV Series fiberscopes are also ideal for concealed viewing of interior spaces such as cargo hulls and barricaded rooms. Our fiberscopes can be used with video cameras and infrared lighting for "stealth" operations.

With the addition of our video camera and monitor upgrades you can record everything being observed by the fiberscope operator while simultaneously showing it to other agents on screen. This accessory has proven to be particularly popular in overseas operations.

Training and instruction manuals are provided by CSECO, and are available in many foreign languages.

Learn more about the FO-10-2.0 (FV) Fiberscope Inspection System by going here.

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