Extech BR50 Video Borescope/Camera Tester

Extech BR50 Video Borescope/Camera Tester


The Extech Video Borescope/Camera Tester features a 17mm diameter camera head with 39" (1m) flexible gooseneckcable retains configured shape.


  • Glare-free close-up field of view
  • Automatically detects NTSC and PAL cameras
  • Also tests installed surveillance cameras for correct target alignment
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The Extech Video Borescope/Camera Tester features a mini water-proof camera head for high resolution viewing through a 17mm camera head. The camera head is attached to a 39" flexible gooseneck cable that retains its configured shape. The four LED lamps with five brightness levels illuminate the viewed object. The 480 x 234 pixel display provides a glare-free close-up field of view. The battery can be recharged via the built-in USB port using the included AC adaptor/charger or a USB port on a PC.


Applications include home inspection for mold, insect infestation, electrical wire, or water pipe location, HVAC to inspect  inside ducts, and behind motors and compressors, automotive to view inside or around engines and transmissions, government for safety and security inspections, industrial to inspect weld integrity, process equipment, gears and molding machines, and in aeroscpace for aircraft inspections for contamination, debris, cracks, or other damage.

Notable Specifications:
  • Sensor size: 1/4" CMOS
  • Sensor pixels: 300,000
  • Maximum frame rate: 30 FPS
  • Color resolution: 24 Bit
  • Focusing method: fixed focus 15cm to 25cm (5.9" to 9.8")
  • Gooseneck length: 1m (39")
  • Camera diameter: 17mm (0.66")
  • LCD Display: 2.4 color LCD
  • Display resolution: 480 (W) X 234 (H) pixels
  • Active area: 48mm x 35.6mm (1.9 x 1.4")
  • Light Source: 4 LEDs
  • Adjustable light intensity: 6 illumination levels
  • Video format: NTSC/PAL (automatic conversion)
  • Power: rechargeable 1800mAH lithium battery
  • Current consumption: 400mA max
  • Standby current: 5mA max
  • Low battery warning: Voltage falls below 3.3V
  • Operating temperature: 32-122 F (0-50 C)
  • Relative humidity: 85% max
What's Included:
  • (1) Tester
  • (10 Rechargeable lithium battery
  • (1) Universal AC adapter/charger with USB cable
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