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BORESCOPE

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2008
Titan Tool Supply Inc.Request Info
 
Titan Tool Supply Inc. has introduced the TFS4-720 flexible borescope with a high-resolution 17,000-optical-fiber imaging bundle that includes a 90° mirror tip to enable a 360° view of the interior. The device has a diameter of 4.2 mm, a flexible length of 720 mm, a 45° field of view and a focal length of 5 mm to infinity. Maximum operating temperature is 66 °C. Optional equipment includes a video adapter and a digital camera adapter.


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GLOSSARY
borescope
A device for the internal inspection of hard-to-get-at mechanical parts, such as rifle barrels, sewer pipes, oil wells, or gas mains. The long narrow tube used contains a telescope system with as many relay lenses as necessary. A lamp located in front illuminates the inside of the bore, and the inclusion of a small 45° mirror often permits detailed examination of the tube wall. Some small borescopes and most types of medical endoscopes are now equipped with a fiber optic bundle, for image...
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