Why Is the CSECO Inspection Videoscope So Different?

Visual inspection tools are welcome additions to every law enforcement agency. They help in actually seeing into a suspicious object or area to determine whether or not it carries hidden contraband inside. While visual inspection tools do great on their own, they are more effective if they're used in conjunction with other tools such as a density meter.

The first visual inspection tools introduced on the market were fiberscopes which usually consist of an eyepiece and a fiber optic bundle which is inserted into objects or areas such as crevices of walls or fuel tanks. While fiberscopes do their job very well in confirming the presence of contraband, users often find a few issues such as their tendency to break since they have glass fibers.

Users would also experience eye strain because of too much or prolonged peeking into the smaller eyepiece.

That's why Campbell/Harris Security Equipment Company (CSECO) sought to improve their line of visual inspection tools. Eventually, they came out with one of their most recent products, the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope Inspection System. Why is this inspection videoscope so different from other visual inspection tools?

First, you will instantly notice about this videoscope is its conspicuously large monitor, which measures five inches, is multi-directional, and features a color LCD. The monitor also has a digital dimming and zoom which is ten times the resolution of most leading fiberscopes. With the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope's large display, users don't have to squint to see possible contraband -- thus, they will experience less eye fatigue. The Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope's large display gives the users a clear look into what they're inspecting, all the while without losing visibility of their immediate surroundings.

Second, the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope comes in one piece. You don't have to attach cameras, cables, or other bothersome attachments. Fortunately, the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope has an 8 GB SD card slot which allows to save up to 8,000 photographs or up to 6 hours of video evidence. The Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope can hold a 32 GB SD card. As you can see, there's no need for an external means of saving the recorded evidence.

Third, the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope is incredibly durable and reliable for regular use. Just like the fiberscope, this videoscope has a long, thin, and flexible shaft protected by a tungsten coating, which makes it resistant to fuel and diesel. However, the Perfect Vision's tip construction doesn't have the tiny glass fibers that often become damaged and lead to costly and frequent repairs. Instead, the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope uses a high-quality video chip that is less prone to damage -- even after constant use.

And last, but not the least, the Perfect Vision videoscope is officially declared as certified safe by the Underwriters Laboratory, the leading name in product safety. It simply means that the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope won't malfunction or produce an accidental spark or ignition even when used in high-risk areas such as gas tanks.

These are the things that make Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope different and set it apart from the other visual inspecting tools on the market. It is efficient, effective, durable, user-friendly and most of all, safe -- it might the be ultimate visual inspection videoscope you're looking for!

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