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borescope

, bore scope (bor′skōp″)
Any device used to look inside small spaces or internal organs. It has three basic parts: an eyepiece on one end, a lens on the other, and a medium (such as a fiberoptic cable) that transmits light from the lens to the eyepiece.
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 12, 2019-: Borescope Cameras Market Showing Footprints for Strong Annual Sales
They work very well in dry Montana, but thanks to friends across the country who also own borescopes, I'm convinced other copper solvents can work just as well, if not better, in more humid regions.
When NASA needed to find a small-sized camera that could not only deliver quality images from outer space, but could also be easily integrated into the borescope they had spent months developing for this mission, they tapped Medigus' micro ScoutCam technology for the solution.
In addition to the wear and tear on the instruments, the borescopes also alleviate the strain on the camera operator's eyes, neck and back by allowing inspection to be displayed on large LCD monitors.
The advent of fiber optics allowed flexible borescopes to become a reality--suddenly it was possible to snake the tip into more locations and find corrosion that had been hiding.
Apart from Webcams, Webeecam can be used with USB Borescopes, Microscopes and other specialty USB cameras as well.
A possibility for expansion of visual inspection exists through use of borescopes, which allow users to view termites, termite fecal pellets, and/or associated damage within wall voids.
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For example: thermal cameras are employed to identify potential weaknesses, corrosion or poor electrical connections; ultrasonic instruments enable the detection of flaws or cracks that are not visible to the human eye, and borescopes enable the internal inspection of aircraft components that would otherwise be difficult or impossible to assess.
Specific applications for the LED light engines include illumination for industrial borescopes, microscopes, machine vision, phototherapy, medical endoscopy and UV curing.
Gradient Lens Corporation makes many different kinds of borescopes. An interesting variation is a flexible scope linked to a laptop computer that allows you to see images in real time on the computer screen and save this as a video for a permanent record for future comparison.
* Scopes include borescopes, semi-flexible scopes, articulating fiberscopes and videoscopes