New VJ Series Articulating Video Borescope From Titan Features Onboard Image Processing

Posted by NAW Staff on September 23, 2009 No Comments

Buffalo, N.Y.-based Titan Tool Supply Inc. has introduced its new model VJ7X1.5 articulating video borescope, which features onboard image processing and battery-powered, portable operation.

According to Titan Tool Supply, the VJ Series borescope is ideal for remote inspection and quality control applications, including wind turbines, power transformers other power plant uses.

The new flexible borescope has a 2.4-inch thin-film transistor liquid crystal display screen with a sun visor and high-intensity LED lighting with adjustable brightness control.

A thumb-activated joystick provides control of the articulating tip up to 90 degrees in every direction. The unit can record and store approximately one hour of video and 500 still images with a 1 GB MicroSD card.

Weighing 20 ounces, the VJ borescope uses four AAA batteries, allowing it to run for approximately two hours. The borescope can be connected to a larger monitor or computer for viewing still or video images.

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SOURCE: Titan Tool Supply Inc.

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