BR80

Extech BR80 Video Borescope Inspection Camera

Extech BR80 Video Borescope Inspection Camera

Description

The Extech Borescope Inspection Camera features a 17mm camera diameter and 2.4" color TFT LCD monitor to easily find, diagnose, and solve problems.

Features

  • Mini water-proof (IP67) camera head and cable
  • Glare-free close-up field of view
  • Optional BRC-EXT extension cable
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$129.99
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The Extech Video Borescope Inspection Camera features a 17mm diameter camera head with 39" flexible gooseneck cable that retains its configured shape. The mini waterproof camera head and cable provide a glare-free close-up field of view through four bright LED lamps with dimmer to illuminate viewed objects. The optional extension cable is available to increase viewing depth.

 

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:
  • Camera
  • Viewing direction: viewing angle 72°
  • Focus point: 2 to 6" (5 to 15cm)
  • Shaft diameter: 0.66" (17mm)
  • Working length: 39" (1m)
  • Minimum bend radius: 2.6" (63.5mm)
  • Monitor
  • LCD screen type: 2.36" TFT
  • Pixels: 480 x 234
  • Dimensions: 8.3 x 3.3 x 2.4" (211 x 83 x 61mm)
  • Operating: approx. 1.5 hours
  • Weigth: 10oz (284g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Camera probe with cable
  • (4) AA batteries
  • (1) Mirror
  • (1) Hook
  • (1) Magnet
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech BR80 Video Borescope Inspection Camera BR80 Video borescope inspection camera with 17mm camera head
$129.99
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech Extension Cable for Video Borescope BRC-EXT Extension cable for video borescope
$39.99
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