Clear, Bright Viewing In Compact Spaces

Lenox Instrument Company says its Micro Borescope delivers a clear, bright image useful for close-range inspection of electronic components, medical devices and cast and machined parts, as well as in security and covert applications—particularly for those in which access is limited and the insertion point is a few millimeters in diameter.

Standard features include a focusing eyepiece and a fiberoptic bundle that provides resolution. The scope’s rugged design and construction offer the capability to tolerate tip deflections and moderate bending. 

Flexible and semi-rigid models are offered, and the scope itself is available in diameters as small as 0.02" (0.5 mm), with standard lengths from 4" (102 mm) to 50' (15.2 m).  Alternate lengths and customized configurations are also available.

 

All models in the line are fully video and digital adaptable, allowing for the viewing and recording of real-time or still images for reference. 

 

 

 

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