Videoscope Enables Remote Inspection through Narrow Bores, Curves

Titan Tool Supply introduces its TVT series videoscopes designed for high-quality remote visual inspections for quality control.

Titan Tool Supply introduces its TVT series videoscopes designed for high-quality remote visual inspections for quality control. The line includes five models with working lengths ranging from 1 to 3 m (40" to 118") and diameters of 2.8, 4.5 and 6 mm. The company says the 2.8-mm model enables inspections through extremely small openings. The videoscopes are designed for use in aviation maintenance, casting inspection, cavity inspection, diesel engine repair, gasoline engine repair, locomotive maintenance, ship maintenance and more.

The videoscopes feature a mechanized (rather than manual) joystick that uses input to directly control camera articulation. This results in smooth and accurate control of the articulating tip with immediate response to the joystick inputs. It also enables the camera tip to be steered through narrow bores, channels and complex curves, according to the company. The camera will hold its position even when pressure on the joystick is released, and features abrasion-resistant sheathing.

The 4.3" monitor provides resolution from 160,000 to 440,000 pixels. The image sensor comes in sizes of 1/18", 1/10", or 1/8" depending on model. Depth-of-field ranges from 5 to 50 mm or from 15 mm to infinity with either two- or four-way articulation, the company says. 

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