BR250

Extech BR250 Video Borescope Inspection Camera

Extech BR250 Video Borescope Inspection Camera

Description

The Extech Video Borescope/Wireless Inspection Camera features a 9mm camera diameter and 3.5" color TFT LCD wireless monitor.

Features

  • Detachable wireless color display
  • Captured video and still images with date/time stamp
  • Video and images can also be transferred to PC
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The Extech Video Borescope/Wireless Inspection Camera features a detachable wireless color display that can be viewed from a remote location up to 32 feet from the measurement point. Captured video and still images are date/time stamped to be played back on the wireless monitor or a PC through the optional USB receiver. Video and images can also be trasnferred to a PC via the microSD card.

 

The 9mm diameter camera head with 39" flexible gooseneck cable provides glare-free close-up views through four bright LED lamps with dimmer to illuminate viewed objects. Optional extension cables are available for increasing viewing depth. Applications include water restoration projects, HVAC and refrigeration, electrical inspection, automotive, and pest control.

Notable Specifications:
  • Camera
  • Pixels: 640 x 480 (PAL)
  • Transmission frequency: 2.4GHz
  • Transmission range: 32ft (10m) unobstructed view
  • Viewing direction: viewing angle 50
  • Focus distance from object: 5.9" to 9.8" (15 to 25cm)
  • Shaft diameter: 0.66" (17mm)
  • Working length: 39" (1m)
  • Minimum bend radius: 2.36" (60mm)
  • Camera dimensions: 7.3 x 5.7 x 1.6" (186 x 145 x 41mm)
  • Weight: 18.7oz (530g)
  • Monitor
  • LCD screen type: 3.5" TFT
  • Pixels: 320 x 240
  • Video output level: 0.9 to 1.3V@75Ω
  • Frame rate: 10, 15, 20, 25, 30FPS
  • Video resolution: 960 x 240 (avi format)
  • Image resolution: 640x 480 (jpeg format)
  • Operating/charge time: 1.5 hours/3 hours
  • Monitor dimensions: 3.9 x 2.7 x 1" (100 x 70 x 25mm)
  • Weight: 4.9oz (140g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Video borescope with detachable display
  • (1) Flexible gooseneck cable, 1m
  • (1) microSD memory card with SD adaptor
  • (1) USB cable
  • (1) Mirror
  • (1) Hook
  • (1) Magnet
  • (1) Video interconnect cable
  • (1) Magnetic base stand
  • (4) AA batteries
  • (1) Rechargeable display battery
  • (1) AC adaptor
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech BR250 Video Borescope Inspection Camera BR250 Video borescope/wireless inspection camera, 9mm diameter camera head
$249.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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