HDV600

Extech HD600 High Definition VideoScope

Extech HD600 High Definition VideoScope

Description

The Extech HDV600 Series High Definition VideoScope is a remote inspection device that delivers high image and video resolution.

Features

  • Compact, high-resolution water-proof camera probe
  • SD memory card included to store more than 15,000 images
  • Video recording (up to 4 hours) with voice annotation
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The Extech High Definition VideoScope features a narrow diameter camera head with 5.7" high definition color LCD monitor. The camera delivers high image resolution on a large color display where images and videos can be stored on an SD memory card. The housing is IP67 rated to withstand oil, chemical, or oil spills, and is drop proof.

 

The non-slip ergonomic handles are for ambidextrous use. The SD memory card stores more than 15,000 images and the video recording function records up to 4 hours with voice annotation. The AV output is used for viewing images and videos directly on a monitor, and the video and images can be transferred to a PC via the SD card or USB output. An optional wireless transmitter connects to the camera cable and allows users to transmit video up to 100 feet from the measurement point to the monitor. 

 

Applications include industrial processing and manufacturing, heavy equipment, HVAC/boilers, aerospace, government and security, insurance, mining and aggregate, aviation AOG and FBO, power generation, building inspection and commissioning, petrochem/refineries, and infrastructure.

Notable Specifications:
  • LCD Screen Type: 5.7" color TFT
  • Pixels: 640x480 (high definition)
  • SD card: 1GB (included)
  • Operating: 4 hours
What's Included:
  • (1) VideoScope
  • (1) Hard carrying case
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Extech HD600 High Definition VideoScope HDV600 High definition videoscope only
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Extech Patch Cable HDV-PC Patch cable for connecting wired/wireless transmitters to the HDV600 videoscope
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Extech Wired Handset with Articulating Probe HDV-TX1 Wired handset with 6mm diameter articulating probe, 1m semi-rigid cable
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Extech Wireless Handset HDV-WTX Wireless handset for use with HDV600
$299.99
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Extech Wireless Handset with Articulating Probe HDV-WTX1 Wireless handset with 6mm diameter articulating probe, 1m semi-rigid cable
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Extech 4mm VideoScope Camera Head with Macro Lens HDV-4CAM-1FM 4mm VideoScope camera head with macro lens, 1m flexible cable
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Extech 5.5mm VideoScope Camera Head with Macro Lens HDV-5CAM-3FM 5.5mm VideoScope camera head with macro lens, 3m flexible cable
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Extech 5.5mm VideoScope Camera Head with Long Depth of Field HDV-5CAM-10F 5.5mm VideoScope camera head with long depth of field, 10m flexible cable
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Extech 5.5mm VideoScope Camera Head with Macro Lens HDV-5CAM-1FM 5.5mm VideoScope camera head with macro lens, 1m flexible cable
$549.00
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Extech 5.8mm VideoScope Camera Head with Macro Lens HDV-5CAM-1RM 5.8mm VideoScope camera head with macro lens, 1m semi-rigid cable
$549.00
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Extech 5.5mm VideoScope Camera Head with Long Depth of Field HDV-5CAM-3F 5.5mm VideoScope camera head with long depth of field, 3m flexible cable
$749.00
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Extech 5.8mm VideoScope Camera Head with Macro Lens HDV-5CAM-3RM 5.8mm VideoScope camera head with macro lens, 3m semi-rigid cable
$749.00
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Extech 5.8mm VideoScope Camera Head with Long Depth of Field HDV-5CAM-3R 5.8mm VideoScope camera head with long depth of field lens, 3m semi-rigid cable
$749.00
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Extech 25mm VideoScope Camera Head with Long Dept of Field HDV-25CAM-10G 25mm VideoScope camera head with macro lens, 10m fiberglass cable
$1449.00
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Extech 25mm VideoScope Camera Head with Long Dept of Field HDV-25CAM-30G 25mm VideoScope camera head with macro lens, 30m fiberglass cable
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