Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope Inspection System

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The Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope is a one-piece visual inspection device with large, multi-directional high resolution color LCD display with push-button dimming and digital zoom that provides 10 times the resolution of the leading fiberscope. The large display allows the user to see clearly into the suspect area without losing visibility to their surroundings and also reduces the eye-fatigue often experienced when using a smaller screen or fiberscope, allowing for longer, more productive and safer visual inspections. The push-button photo and video capture and on-board storage via an SD card slot allows for the collection of up to 8,000 photos or 6 hours of video evidence without the need for cumbersome attachments. The high quality video chip in the tip construction eliminates the thousands of tiny glass fibers that often become damaged and lead to expensive and slow repairs in fiberscopes. Since the videoscope does not have these glass fibers, it is less susceptible to damage and breakage reducing the frequency, cost, and turnaround time associated with repairs.

In addition to these advancements, Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope provides all of the features you have come to expect and love about your fiberscope – a long, thin, flexible, articulating fuel-safe shaft, built-in LED light source, and long-life built-in rechargeable batteries.

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Certified Safe!

And most importantly, CSECO has partnered with Underwriters Laboratory (UL), the leading authority on product safety, to certify that Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope was UL certified as Class I, Division 2 nonincendive equipment and meets applicable UL Standards and requirements. No other scope – fiberscope or videoscope – has this designation for this use. Many scope manufacturers claim their products are safe for use in these environments, but are they certified safe?

The Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope certified safe by UL is an amazing upgrade to the visual inspection technology currently available and provides tremendous functionality making the search and inspection process safer, easier and much more productive. It is perfect for the detailed examination of fuel tanks, car doors and dashboards, concealments, textiles, masonry and hidden spaces of all kinds.

For more information about the Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope, click here.

"Having used various scopes over the years, the Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope has the clearest image and the most user-friendly options for capturing digital evidence. Most importantly, it's certified safe for use in fuel tanks. It's EXCELLENT!"

-Detective Shawn Pardazi, Federal Interdiction Taskforce Mississippi

Nonincendive equipment is defined as "equipment having electrical/electronic circuitry that is not capable, under normal operating conditions, of causing ignition of a specified flammable gas-, vapor-, dust-air mixture fibers or flyings due to arcing or thermal means."

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